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Life Magazine, May 13, 1957 - Bert Lahr

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Life Magazine, May 13, 1957 - Bert Lahr

Original Life Magazine May 13, 1957 - Bert Lahr

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Recess time by the teacher
21
Recess, Renton (Wash.)
Navy's good drill cools off the crisis
32
United States Navy (Forces in the Mediterranean region), Aircraft carriers
Firm grip on nation and a friend's hand
36
Jordan (Politics and government)
Fiery career's quiet close
38
Joseph McCarthy; 1908-1957
Floods break long drought
40
Floods
Tradition continued
87
Vera DE RHAM
Curious companion for a cow
90
Cows, Monkeys
Oldest airman
97
Horst TITTEL
Seeking the magic mushroom
100
Indians of Mexico (Rites and ceremonies), Mushrooms
Rare vision-giving fungi shown for first time
106
Roger Jean HEIM
Peacetime formation brings together forty-nine war leaders of navy and marines
44
Admirals, Generals
U.S. business, a golden mood
46
Business conditions
Top thirty U.S. companies and how they grew!
46
Corporations (Finance)
Second choice's sudden luck
51
Horse racing
Very close one for Costello
54
Frank Costello; 1891-1973
Wright picks a fight in Arizona
59
Frank Lloyd Wright; 1867-1959, Architecture (Designs and plans), Phoenix (Ariz.) (Architecture)
Sailing westward with a cargo of history
62
Mayflower (Ship)
Tiny queen for a day
69
Television broadcasting (Game shows)
Women artists in ascendance
74
Helen Frankenthaler (American painter.); 1928-, George HARTIGAN, Nell Blaine (American painter.); 1922-1996, Joan Mitchell (American painter.), Jane Wilson (American painter.), Painting, American, Women artists
College amid alien trees
79
Forestry education, Refugees, Hungarian, Foreign students (Canada)
Hotel Paradiso
122
Georges Feydeau; 1862-1921
Up, up from gung, gung
127
Bert Lahr; 1895-1967
Drug for radiation
130
Aminoethyliso-thiouronium, Radiation (Physiological effects)
Third encore for Sugar Ray
135
Sugar Ray Robinson, Boxing
Incredible shrinking man
143
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Getting and spending the teen-age allowance
147
High school students (Economic conditions), Children's allowances, Youth (Employment)
Tough miracle man of Vietnam
156
Dinh Diem Ngo (South Vietnamese president.); 1901-1963, Vietnam
Trio's dual roles
179
Bill Atkinson (American photographer.), Bob EVANS, John Weitz (German-American fashion designer, novelist and biographer.)
Interrupted inaugural
185
Luis Somoza Debayle; 1922-1967, Inaugurations, Honduras (Boundaries), Nicaragua (Boundaries)
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