Life Magazine March 6, 1964 – Cassius Clay


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Life Magazine Cover : Cassius Clay beats Sonny Liston.

  • Italy’s new war against the Mafia.
  • Full page Maytag ad features Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Sonne of La Mesa, California and their more than 32-year-old washer.
  • Elizabeth II – new stature of Britain’s Queen, one of the most underestimated women in the world.
  • Showdown in New Hampshire – first big test of the 1964 campaign.
  • Dramatic Coast Guard rescue of crewmen from stricken British freighter Ambassador.
  • Mexico-U.S. summit meeting.
  • Biggest tax cut in U.S. history, $11.5 billion.
  • Seer stalks Boston Strangler.
  • Nuclear way to dig canal – biggest problem in a Panama replacement – where to put it.
  • The Mafia in trouble on its home turf in Sicily.
  • Marty Sinn, 20-year-old marathon swimmer, also journal-style recording of her memories of a long cold race.
  • New evening styles from Paris.
  • Elia Kazan films “America, America.”
  • Full page color Continental Insurance ad with cartoon-style illustration of Superman coming out of a phone booth.
  • And much more NEAT content in this classic Life Magazine March 6, 1964!
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