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Life Magazine, February 8, 1960 - Training at Aspen, skiing

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Life Magazine, February 8, 1960 - Training at Aspen, skiing

Original Life Magazine February 8, 1960 - Training at Aspen, skiing

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Feather-topped girls out-plume the birds
16
Theater (Costume)
What is at stake? France and honor
34
Charles de Gaulle; 1890-1970, Algeria (Politics and government), France (Politics and government)
Enigma of the French army: the higher duty to disobey
38
France (Army)
Massive forces of rebellion facing de Gaulle's iron will
40
Michel Debre (French prime minister.); 1912-1996, Charles de Gaulle (French president.); 1890-1970, AlgeriaPolitics and government
From Ike to Shirley Jean
44
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Shirley Jean HAVENS, Political parties
Lively link to the wild beasts
88
Kees van Dongen; 1877-1968
Bums, madmen, masters
90
Artists, French, Paris (France) (Art)
Gosha, the greatest bear
97
Animals (Training), Bears
Wild Irishman's literary war
103
Peter Kavanagh, John QUINN
Men's week in ladies' SPA.
111
Health resorts, spas, etc
You haven't seen anything yet
46
Inventions, Research
Dangerous game of numbers
51
Guided missiles, Soviet Union (Defenses), United States (Defenses)
Harriet's celebrated show of nerves
59
Anatomical specimens, Nervous system
Met star excels in operas famous for hilarious troubles
65
Birgit Nilsson, Richard Wagner; 1813-1883, Metropolitan Opera (New York, N.Y.), Singers, Theater (Production and direction)
Everybody loves pot luck if what's cooking is a stew; the best from seven lands
78
Cooking, International, Stew
11 million stamps
86
School buses, Trading stamps
Salute to a soldier at eighty
119
Douglas MacArthur; 1880-1964
Andersonville trial
125
Saul LEVITT, Theater reviews (Single works)
Sweet surplus of pretty princesses
128
princess of Greece SOPHIA, princess ISABELLE of France, Birgitta (Princess of Sweden.), princess of Sweden DESIREE, Margaretha (Princess of Sweden.), princess of Savoy MARIA Gabriella, Irene (Princess of the Netherlands.), Beatrix (Queen of the Netherlands); 1938-., Margrethe II (Queen of Denmark); 1940-., Princes and princesses
For one, a wedding in regal splendor
134
Francoise de LOBKOWICZ
Last big boss on U.S. scene
138
Richard J. Daley; 1902-1976, Boss rule (Politics), Presidential candidates, Chicago (Ill.) (Politics and government)
Six on skis, best in U.S.
157
Penny PITOU, Olympic Games, 1960 (Rome, Italy), Skiing
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