Life Magazine, August 20, 1971 - Princess Anne

Life Magazine, August 20, 1971 - Princess Anne

Life Magazine, July 30, 1971 - Chou En-lai

Life Magazine, July 30, 1971 - Chou En-lai

Life Magazine, August 6, 1971 - Ann-Margret

Original Life Magazine from August 6, 1971 - Ann-Margret
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These issues are in pretty good shape. These are great for those who want a complete, original, average condition issue to read and enjoy. They may have some light to moderate flaws like small tears, spots, library stamps etc. but would make a great piece of history for the budget minded to mark any occasion.
Some of the contents in this issue
Two page GTE ad with policemen and Sylvania digicom system, a computerized map for use in the car. Canyonlands, Utah photo gallery. Fighting the genetic odds, baby Cheryl Storm has a hereditary disease, Hurler's disease, Frank and Paula Storm of Connecticut, tests for new babies. Fall from a hot air balloon, Sylvie Allione is carried aloft on the outside of the gondola, falls from 320 feet (see LIFE August 21, 1970), Ann Margret is suddenly blooming. How many millions should an F-14 fighter jet cost?, Grumman aircraft corporation. The hunt for a boy who didn't want to be found - Kevin Dye in the mountains near Casper, Wyoming. Close in among the elephants, naturalist Iain Douglas-Hamilton. Cartoonist Bill Mauldin confronts General Patton. Water babies - learn to swim before they walk, , includes Timmy Arnold, Lucile Cowle (teacher), Yohnny Yim, Lori Thompson, Brett Howard. Some old nickel bargains still linger on, Staten Island ferry, Palisades Amusement Park carrousel ride, Lollipops, Nickelodeon, more. .
Close in among the elephants
1
Elephants, National parks and reserves (Tanzania)

Our new five-cornered world
4
Balance of power, United States (Foreign relations)

Gallery
6
Lonely beauty of the Canyonlands

Carnal knowledge
12
Motion picture reviews (Single works)

Six wives of Henry VIII.
14
Television program reviews

Fighting the genetic odds
18
Storm family, Genetic counseling, Lipochondrodystrophy

Horrifying fall from a balloon
28
Sylvie ALLIONE, Balloon ascensions (Accidents)

Ann-Margret suddenly blooming
30
Ann-Margret; 1941-.

How many millions should an F-14 cost?
36
Airplanes, Military (Costs)

Hunt for a boy who didn't want to be found
38
Kevin DYE, Missing children

My confrontation with General Patton
50
George Smith Patton (American general.); 1885-1945, World War, 1939-1945Caricatures and cartoons,
World War, 1939-1945United States

Water babies
56
Swimming (Study and teaching)

Parting shots: Spiro Agnew's month-long $1.2 million non-event
61
Spiro Agnew; 1918-1996 (World tour, 1971)

Yoko Lennon's latest film has a cast of 200-flies
61
Yoko Ono, Motion pictures (Experimental films)

Parting shots: some old nickel bargains still linger on
62
Prices, Shopping