The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, July 17, 1926 - Missionaries and Machine Guns


32 pages. Features: A Wasted Sugar Supply - Honey from Honeybees; Wild Youth Proves a Myth - 'girls and boys' between 35 and 45 are rolling up the crime wave; Making the Government Efficient - reorganization would cut 100,000 unnecessary employees from federal payrolls; The White House - a Mecca for Cranks - Secret Service men must be ever alert to guard the President from the Unbalanced; Missionaries and Machine Guns - many preachers of the gospel do not want the protection of bullets; Tom Learns to Play the Game - an American boy who on mastering himself was able to direct others; Henry Ford's Page - Lower price no longer means lower equality; Editorials - making the movies dry, the value of vulgarity, Mussolini forbids earthquake prophet,exams proposed for ministers of religion, Washington's inability to think in other than political terms; Writing Verse for Composite Readers - some versifiers cultivate eccentricity, others are themselves, and therefore poets; Sad Men Who Look So Wistfully at the Sky - author, William F. Hopp has been chaplain of the Michigan State Prison for over seven years - article with photos; Duelists (Fighter Pilots) of the Sky - a tale of knights-errant and their deeds - of their light-heartedness, and their gallant, tragic fate; Under the White Tops with 'Gil' - (part 3) The Big Snake and the Little Dog - and how a darky made millions from circus side shows; Chats with Office Callers - Christmas cards began with Jewish Adolph Tuck, controversy in Canada over union with the U.S., sighting of monster near Prince Rupert, B.C.; The Virginia Signers of the Declaration of Independence; Fascinating illustrated ad for homes which can be built for under $1k in materials; I Read In the Papers - article by Nathaniel Zalowitz in the 'Jewish Daily Forward' declares "...For the overwhelming majority of Jews in American assimilation in any true sense of the term is absolutely out of the question."; The Barefoot Boy - poetry by J.G. Whittier inside back cover. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, July 17, 1926 - Missionaries and Machine Guns

Author Name: Scott, C.W.; Malon, Winifred; Clark, Marian Bruce; Johns, E.B.; Lewis, James H.; Neil, Judge Henry; Finger, Charles J.; Hopp, William F.; Heurlaux, Captain Alfred; Barnet, Harry E.; Lowden, Carl Schurz; Whittier, John G.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Aviation, Judaica,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dearborn, Michigan, The Dearborn Publishing Co.: 1926

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 838G4918

Keywords: The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, July 17, 1926 - Missionaries and Machine Guns Captain Alfred Heurteaux Wasted Sugar Supply - Honey from Honeybees; Wild Youth Proves a Myth - 'girls and boys' between 35 and 45 are rolling up the crime wave; Making the Government Efficient - reorganization would cut 100, 000 unnecessary employees from federal payrolls; The White House - a Mecca for Cranks - Secret Service men must be ever alert to guard the President from the Unbalanced; Missionaries and Machine Guns - many preachers of the gospel do not want the protection of bullets; Tom Learns to Play the Game - an American boy who on mastering himself was able to direct others; Henry Ford's Page - Lower price no longer means lower equality; Editorials - making the movies dry, the value of vulgarity, Mussolini forbids earthquake prophet, exams proposed for ministers of religion, Washington's inability to think in other than political terms; Writing Verse for Composite Readers - some versifiers cultivate eccentricity, others are themselves, and therefore poets; Sad Men Who Look So Wistfully at the Sky - author, William F. Hopp has been chaplain of the Michigan State Prison for over seven years - article with photos; Duelists (Fighter Pilots) of the Sky - a tale of knights-errant and their deeds - of their light-heartedness, and their gallant, tragic fate; Under the White Tops with 'Gil' - (part 3) The Big Snake and the Little Dog - and how a darky made millions from circus side shows; Chats with Office Callers - Christmas cards began with Jewish Adolph Tuck, controversy in Canada over union with the U.S., sighting of monster near Prince Rupert, B.C.; The Virginia Signers of the Declaration of Independence; Fascinating illustrated ad for homes which can be built for under $1k in materials; I Read In the Papers - article by Nathaniel Zalowitz in the 'Jewish Daily Forward' declares "...For the overwhelming majority of Jews in American assimilation in any true sense of the term is absolutely out of the question."; The Barefoot Boy - poetry by J.G. Whittier,