Newsweek 12/7/35 'Will Utilites Laugh Last?
Place Published: New York:
Date Published: 1935.
Description: Volume VI, No. 23. December 7, 1935. The magazine, in illustrated wrapper, is in VERY GOOD condition. The front wrapper has some wear. The staples are intact. A few pages have dog-eared upper corners. Pages are bright and clean. Wrapper is bright and clean. Articles include: SANCTIONS: League Cheers U.S. Check, Plans Oil Drought To Leave Duce High and Dry; Marshal Frees War From Poltics; FIRST GUN: Opening Salvo of Campaign, Fired by President in Georgia, Defends New Deal Policies. Gov. Talmadge and Franklin Roosevelt; CHINA: Military 'Exercises' Give Japan Control in the North, So Nanking Dictator Goes Red-Hunting; GREECE: King George II Unmakes King-Maker George Kondylis. King names new Premier-Constantine Demerdji; GERMAY: 'The Good Old Days' Are Gone Forever, Roars Hitler. FRANCE: Laval's Head Spared As Political Guillotine Jams; HEADLINER: SIBELIUS-Composer Who Works At Night-Day Is Too Precious. Jean Julius Christian Sibelius; MOVIES: There's Always a Catch-Once It Was Sound, Now Color. Warner Brothers Pictures; SCREEN: Lily Pon's New Film Uses a New Route to an Old End; ICE: Airlines Help Uncle Sam Keep Postoffice Slogan Honest. TWA.Binding: Paperback
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 7730