Life Magazine, November 17, 1972 - Richard M. Nixon

Life Magazine, November 17, 1972 - Richard M. Nixon

Life Magazine, November 3, 1972 - Jets' Joe Namath, football

Life Magazine, November 3, 1972 - Jets' Joe Namath, football

Life Magazine, November 10, 1972 - Navy POW

Original Life Magazine from November 10, 1972 - Navy POW
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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
Questions for a peace: 543 POWs - what shape are they in? 1,271 MIAs - how many are alive? Where does it leave us? Two page color photo of the royal family with Queen Elizabeth for her 25th wedding anniversary. Really cool pair of photos from a horse race, the Sovereign Steeplechase, with Terry Biddlecombe falling off of horse Notification after a poor landing. Great two page color photo of the glowing crater of the Nyiragongo volcano in Zaire. Neat two page color Benson & Hedges cigarettes ad with Smitty Clark and killer whale, I note that they did not state "No actors killed in the making of this photo" - his grandson was happy to report that Smitty did survive the photo session! A book review of "The Mountain People" by Colin Turnbull, about the sad Ik people of Uganda. An Ohio town talks of the war - Massillon, Ohio, includes Tim Edwards, Robert Wuertz, Terry Tuersley, Rusty GrimBill Reynolds, Tom Girdler, Vivian McDonald, Mark Ross, Irma Buckland, Bettie Stanton. . Photos and clips from 23 years ago, LIFE, 1949, including Teddie May. Another article on bringing home the POWs, includes Carole Hanson, Lynda Gray, Andrea RAnder, Eileen Cormier, Louise Mulligan, Iris Powers, Norma Mitchell. A Dating Game player - how I won Bruce, Ruth and Acapulco, Judy Fayard. Mark and Tom Harmon - father and son, UCLA Bruins. Biggest Diamond - Star of Sierra Leone, it is as big as an egg. A consumer warning to use seat belts, even for pregnant women. Full page United airlines ad with art by Whitney Darrow, Jr. The animals of Africa. Former football star Tom Harmon is now a football announcer, and his son Mark Harmon is a quarterback - neat piece. Funny series of photos of kangaroo and photographer.
Return of the redheaded wallpaper gouger
Bill Ray

Royal family; Queen marks the 25th anniversary of her marriage
Great Britain (Royal family)

Now it's wait a minute time
Henry Kissinger; 1923-., Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Peace and mediation)

Again, your best Bette is the BBC.
Margaret TYZACK, Television program reviews

Assassination of Trotsky
Motion picture reviews (Single works)

Young Winston
Motion picture reviews (Single works)

When Johnny comes marching home, or doesn't
Prisoners of war, Returned (Rehabilitation), Servicemen's families

When Johny comes marching home, or doesn't
Loudon Wainwright

It's like planning to get married again
Servicemen's wives

No bells for peace
Veterans, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (American participation, Casualties), Massillon (Ohio)

Biggest diamond: Star of Sierra Leone

Pregnant or not, belt up
Automobiles (Safety belts)

How I won Bruce, Ruth & Acapulco
Television broadcasting (Game shows)

Dating game
Television program reviews

Hard life in a dry place
George Silk; 1916-., Animals (Food and feeding)

Son of Ole 98
Mark Harmon (American actor.), Thomas Harmon

New old face in No, no, Nanette
Martha Raye; 1916-1994

Welcome home, Frank Shorter, everywhere but Taos
Frank Shorter; 1947-., Taos (N.M.)

When photographing animals, it is important to make clear that you mean them no harm
Animals (Photographs)