Life Magazine, April 14, 1952 - Italian fashions

Life Magazine, April 14, 1952 - Italian fashions

Life Magazine, March 24, 1952 - Democrats' dilemma

Life Magazine, March 24, 1952 - Democrats' dilemma

Life Magazine, March 31, 1952 - L'il Abner

Original Life Magazine from March 31, 1952 - L'il Abner
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Some of the contents in this issue
Another of those goofy full page Ethyl gasoline ads, this on with a lima and a Llama. North Pole 103 miles - temperature 60 below - T-3 arctic outpost, this is one of those big ice islands mentioned in LIFE October 22, 1951, includes photos of Joe Fletcher, Kaare Rodahl, Mike Brinegar, more. Jury is drawn for Willie Sutton, they still haven't caught the killer of Arnold Schuster (LIFE March 24, 1952). Nathan Feinsinger collapses, steel strike negotiator. Tignes village France drowns - new dam. Full page color Arrow Shirt ad with art by Karl Heiks (?). Write-in votes in Minnesota, 107,000 for Eisenhower - a political first. Ku Klux Klan KKK is in trouble, named photos of Klansmen, plus named photos of those beaten by klan for dubious things like immorality and failure to attend church!! Prisoners' island - Koje Korea, includes photo of six-year-old prisoner of war, a messenger boy. New U.S. Cancer weapon - radiation, with Erwin Houseman. Azaleas. Philadelphia students produce TV shows for each other. Bandana fashions. Hard-boiled Roger Hornsby - photo feature, baseball manager, St. Louis Browns. Mark Kauffman wins "photographer of the year" which is the third time in a row for a LIFE photographer, many samples of his photography. A course in the circus, Florida State University, includes photos of Johnnie Fortune, David Donnelly, Delores Duguid, Gale Tomlinson, Helen Arnold, Jett Munroe, Lell Pinkston, others.
Speaking of pictures, photographer of year
6
Mark Kauffman; 1922-1994, Photography (Competitions)
North pole 103 miles
13
Meteorological stations, Arctic regions
Silk's story of arctic adventure
14
George Silk; 1916-.
Jury is drawn for Willie
18
William Francis SUTTON, Trials
Pay negotiator collapses
20
Nathan Paul FEINSINGER, Steel workers (Salaries)
Klan is in trouble
44
Ku Klux Klan
From a friend of the West
53
Communism (Asia), Asia (Nationalism, Social conditions)
Azaleas
66
Azaleas
Teaching on tv in Philadelphia
72
Television in education
Hard-boiled Hornsby starts in on Browns
84
Rogers Hornsby; 1896-1963, Baseball
Village dies hard
22
TIGNES (France)
Ike boom
26
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Presidential candidates (1952), Primaries
Minnesota spells it out
31
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Primaries, Minnesota (Politics and government)
New U.S. cancer weapon
41
Cancer (Therapy), RADIUMTherapeutic use
Some Academy surprises
89
Academy Awards
Prisoners' island
92
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Prisoners and prisons)
It's hideously true
100
Comic books, strips, etc
Life goes to a course in circus
110
University of Florida, Acrobats and acrobatism