Life Magazine, January 12, 1962 - Bomb shelters

Life Magazine, January 12, 1962 - Bomb shelters

Life Magazine, December 22, 1961 - Great outdoors, double issue

Life Magazine, December 22, 1961 - Great outdoors, double issue

Life Magazine, January 5, 1962 - Lucille Ball, Lucy

Original Life Magazine from January 5, 1962 - Lucille Ball, Lucy
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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
Is the U.N. useless? Charities - plain and fancy. Lucy is back! Half page Ford Falcon ad with Peanuts comic strip at the top, Charlie Brown and Linus. Peace Corps feature: Tom Whalen of Detroit in Colombia, Elaine Gilvear of Philadelphia in Philippines, Steve McWilliams of Aurora Colorado in Ghana, Rachel Ann Schauffler of Fredonia New York in Pakistan, more. Eisenhowers and their grandkids at Disneyland. Jimmy and Margie Durante adopt baby girl. Joseph Kennedy in hospital. Paris riot over Algeria. An Atomic blast for peace - project Gnome near Carlsbad, New Mexico. Great six pages of rhyme and illustrations for new version of Edward Lear's "Owl and the Pussycat," illustrations by William Pene du Bois. Charity in the US, helping out John Regan family in Zwingle, Iowa and the Imperial Ball in New York City. Young Bobby Allen wins Nassau midget auto races. William Letters - hero. Six pages of backstage photos as Julie Andrews and Lucille Ball prepare for new TV blockbusters. Plastic octopus helps repair engines of B-52 H aircraft. Full page LIFE ad with quotes from famous faces in the "lively arts," John Wayne, Arlene Francis, Boris Karloff, more. 1.0
Kennedy's next three years
4
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963, United States (Foreign relations, Politics and government)
Great but very, very late bank robbery
10
Robberies and assaults, Mendham (N.J.)
Theater groups
12
Theater
Up front with the Peace corps
18
Peace Corps (U.S.), Americans (Colombia)
Modest hero trapped by fame
29
William LETTERS, Rescue work
Charity U.S.A: neighborly help in Iowa
48
Fund raising, Giving
Dollar bills and sides of beef
50
Zwingle (Iowa)
More fancy ways of doing good: New York's Imperial ball
56
Balls (Parties)
New shape for the jet age
56
Airplane engines, Jet (Maintenance and repair)
Is the U.N. worth all the effort?
60
United Nations (Finance)
Cheers for the President in Caracas but at home .
30
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963
A-blast harnessed for peaceful test
32
Atomic blasting
Gay new go-round for Lear's lyrical lovers
40
Illustration
Owl and the pussy-cat
40
Fast-moving tinkerer
69
Automobile racing
Lusty return by Lucy
74
Lucille Ball; 1911-1989
Two queens get ready for a pair of tv blockbusters
74
Television program reviews
Co-stars, kiss
78
Julie Andrews (English actress and singer.)