Life Magazine, June 15, 1962 - Natalie Wood

Life Magazine, June 15, 1962 - Natalie Wood

Life Magazine, June 1, 1962 - Rene Carpenter

Life Magazine, June 1, 1962 - Rene Carpenter

Life Magazine, June 8, 1962 - Stock Market jolt

Original Life Magazine from June 8, 1962 - Stock Market jolt
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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
What went wrong in the Wild Stock Market. Color space photos with article by Scott Carpenter, his full personal story of the orbit. Full page blue and black ad for "That Touch of Mink" with Cary Grant and Doris Day. Secretary of State Dean Rusk, the Captain's pilot. Photo of investigator Jack Leak examining the wreckage Continental flight 707. Hong Kong, refugees rejected and sent back to communist China. Young unknown actress Rita Tushingham makes a splash in "A Taste of Honey." Photo essay - the market jolt, includes John R. Shelton Jr., Mrs. Dennis Fabian, Nathan Rogatz and wife, Cornelia Andrews and others. In color - the human figure in art, Richard Diebenkorn, Fairfield Porter, Alex Katz, Marcia Marcus, Paul Georges, Elmer Bischoff, Paul Wommer, David Park. Brash Bo Belinsky comes on with a big pitch, baseball. Full page color SnowCrop ad "helps you romance vegetables." New US ballets, a deck of dancing cards and Noah and the Flood danced for TV, Jacques d'Amboise and Jilliana, Peggy Wood, Suzanne Farrell, score by Stravinsky, choreography by Balanchine. Full page color Ford Falcon Squire wagon ad, you know, the one with the "woodlike steel paneling" on the outside.
Clue in a grim whodunit of the sky
2
Aviation (Accidents)
How to put more zing into the economy
4
United States (Economic policy)
Brash Bo comes on with a big pitch
13
Robert Belinsky
Life guide
17
Igor Stravinsky; 1882-1971
I got let in on the great secret
24
Space flight
I don't want to be a woman
47
Rita Tushingham; 1942-.
Human figure returns in separate ways and places
54
Human figure in art, Painting, American
Market jolt
63
New York Stock Exchange, Inc
Mood and root of the plunge
67
Ernest Havemann; 1912-1995
Does he drive or is he driven?
72
Dean Rusk (American Secretary of state.); 1909-1994, Thanat Khoman; 1914-., Secretaries of State (U.S.)
High dreams for a man and his sons
38
Scott Carpenter
Hong Kong: refugees rejected
40
Refugees, Chinese
New U.S. ballets, a game and a Bible story
91
Ballet