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Collier's Magazine, February 28 1948 - Walter Winchell / Communists in the UAW
The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company, 1948. 90 pages. Articles: How to Beat the Communists - by UAW (United Auto Workers') chief Walter Reuther; Walter Winchell - Aan American Phenomenon - a study of the fastest talker on the airwaves; Our Lights are Going Out - electrical power shortage; John N. Garner's Story (part 2) - the former Vice-President tells of his most serious disagreement with Mr. Roosevelt; Hot-Sun Hockey - The Pacific Coast goes for hockey in a big way - article with color photos including the Fresno Falcons playing the Los Angeles Monarchs; Boys at Work - this school reforms tough kids. Fiction: Jason Hazard's Swim; The Female Circumstance; Cupid Up the Bayou!; The Farmer's Face; The Mysterious Way; Interruptions, Interruptions. Nostalgic ads include: Old Thompson Whiskey; Packard cars; GMC trucks (nice!); Nash cars; Oldsmobile two-page color ad; Dodge Trucks; Lord Calver liquor ad featuring one-page color photo portrait of Richard C. Kettles, Jr. and his boxer Worlord; Chrysler color centerfold features cowboy scene; Chevrolet trucks; Botany 500; Samson card tables; Kleenex (featuring Little Lulu); Wow! - two-page color ad for Roma Wines features large image of Jane Russell; Camel cigarette ad on back cover features rodeo star Jerry Ambler, fisher Dorothy Allan Newstead, polo star Cecil Smith and table-tennis star Mary Reilly. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. Magazine
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