Life Magazine, March 8, 1963 - Jean Seberg

Life Magazine, March 8, 1963 - Jean Seberg

Life Magazine, February 22, 1963 - Song and dance twins

Life Magazine, February 22, 1963 - Song and dance twins

Life Magazine, March 1, 1963 - Snakes

Original Life Magazine from March 1, 1963 - Snakes
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These issues are extremely nice. These are in amazing condition and are great for framing or giving as a cherished gift. Some may have very minor defects and address labels.
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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
Fearsome, fascinating world of snakes and why they scare you, photo essay by Nina Leen, great pictures of African egg-eating snake doing its thing, Pacific rattler is eaten by a King snake. Hot war alarm bell in the arctic, weird eyes and ears keep watch for us against Russian rockets, Camp tuto in Greenland, Goose Air Base in Labrador, Dye Main DEW Line station. Momentary millionaire, Stanley Karnow. Full page Bell Telephone System ad touts their support of first statewide closed circuit educational television system in South Carolina. Venezuela's pro-US president Betancourt comes calling. Miners brawl over disputed pay dirt, in Utah's Topaz mountain area with Anaconda Corp. Mihaly Igloi's students slaughter track records in Santa Clara, California. Helen Gurley Brown and book “Sex and the Single Girl.” Mortimer Caplin, internal revenue chief, goes after the expense account. New fashion collections put Galanos and Norell on par with any designer in the world. Nice full page color Old Crow whiskey ad with illustration by C. Jones of Walt Whitman receiving a gift from Francis Wilson. New York Section, when present, includes : Strike GHQ says "Go for Broke", Bert Powers, International Typographical Union president of Local 6 goes to Colorado Springs, Union Printers. Crazy two page photo of a car partly suspended over a hole in the road at the corner of Broadway and Bleecker, Robert Sussman, plus another car in hole, license plate 3V-103. Short piece and photo on funeral of policeman Vincent Zichettella, resusitation of young Denise Williams by Howard Campbell and Lawrence Sagona. Full page ad for Cameo super-support stockings. Children's theater, plays like "Beauty and the Beast." Public School 20, I. Edwin Goldwasser, Rivington Street, new P.S. 20 on Essex Street. Full page Lufthansa ad. The Fire Department ousts 12 artists from loft-studios on the Lower East Side, landlord Seymour Finkelstein, painter Mary Slote, others. Comedienne Hermione Gingold writes a book. 1.0
How to rescue the tax cut
4
Taxation
Found: a cool million
8
Money (Greece)
Here the U.S. fights the coldest war
18
Radar defense networks, Canada (Defenses), United States (Defenses)
Flesh freezes solid in thirty seconds
26
Arctic regions
New bomb alarm caps a vast network
28
North American Aerospace Defense Command
Snakes
37
Snakes (Photographs)
Snakes: but why are we all so afraid of them?
52
Every day hard training must make
56
Jim Beatty; 1934-.
Singular girl's success
60
Helen Gurley Brown (American magazine editor.)
Your friendly tax collector
69
Mortimer Maxwell Caplin; 1916-.
Yanquis say si, si for Latin in
30
Romulo Betancourt; 1908-1981, Venezuela (Politics and government)
Stalked and cussed at, de Gaulle has a case
34
Charles de Gaulle; 1890-1970, France (Foreign relations)
Socko American pair
75
James Galanos (American fashion designer.), Norman Norell (fashion designer.); 1900-1972