MAGIGRAM magazine ran from 1966 to 1995. It was printed by SUPREME MAGIC CO. and edited with superb ability by Ken de Courcy.
The collaborators were the best ever, just to name a few: Ken de Courcy, Edwin, Ian Adair, Peter Warlock, Max Maven, Lewis Ganson, Maurice Fogel, Arthur Carter, George Blake, David Britland, Pavel, George Johnstone, Billy McComb and a certain Aldo Colombini (I had a column for over 20 years on card magic written by Lewis Ganson).
ROUTINE FOR FOOL'S MATE (Michael Symes): A different handling for the standard Nick Trost effect. A comedy of errors, with a strong climax!
THE POWER OF FIVE (Arthur Carter): Here is yet another method of discovering a freely selected card. A spectator picks a number and with this in mind you find the selection!
CARD PADDLE TRICK (Someeran): A selected card is revealed using a paddle, first you are apparently wrong where you reveal a 2S and then after a little bit of comedy by-play, you reveal the real card (which is the 4S)!
EASY OIL AND WATER (Aldo Colombini): The red and the Black cards are mixed together yet separate again. The climax comes when it is shown how they can be made to mix!
BLANKO-ACES (John Yeager): The four Aces are removed from the deck. They suddenly become four blank cards and the Aces are discovered reversed in the middle of deck!
THE EVER AMBITIOUS CARD (Bob Gill): A funny version of the Ambitious Card where a card jumps back and forth from top to bottom and from bottom to top and at the end, all the cards (except the ambitious one) turn out to be blank!
AMBITIOUS UPLIFT (Bill Worsley): A nice display of manipulative sleight of hand. The AH, 2H, 3H and 4H perform several stunts throughout the deck!
THE FANTASTIC ACE (Aldo Colombini): The four Aces are removed. A card is selected. The Ace of the same suit turns face down and then it changes to the selected card. The Ace is found face up in the deck!
THE MISSING BROTHER (Keith Downs): A card is chosen. The mate of that card (or the SAME card) appears between two beer mats!
PREDICTION WITH MONEY (Kellini of Norway): You have a prediction in sight. Four envelopes contain different amounts of money and a spectator FREELY selects one. The same amount is contained in the prediction! So simple, but nevertheless stunning!