Life Magazine September 15, 1961 – Fallout Prep


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Life Magazine Cover : Man in civilian fallout suit.

  • How you can survive radioactive fallout : 97 out of 100 people can be saved, detail plans for building fallout shelters and a letter to you from President Kennedy.
  • Full page color Friskies dog food ad with black Scotty dog wearing blue and red Scottish hat (same ad in June 2, 1961).
  • United Nations soldiers waging a war against war, the Congo.
  • Dr. Henrik Forss and his wife and children in the village of Kabinda, Kasai.
  • In color – US furniture designer T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings, Greek styles.
  • Photo essay – fallout shelters.
  • Marshall Kriesel, young rocketeer.
  • Youth in the Peace Corps.
  • Jim Shoulders, rodeo star nicknamed “Mister Broken Bones.”
  • An integration job in Atlanta, a quiet triumph.
  • Neat photo of Jim Arnold on a high bicycle, a stratocyle.
  • Love and marriage, Part 2 – courtship.
  • Photo of six RAF parachutists arm-in-arm in mid-air.
  • Full page color Metrecal ad, dietary supplement drink.
  • Full page color Schlitz beer ad with female fisherman.
  • Full page color Hires root beer ad with Bob Hope.
  • Full page Mutual of New York MONY insurance ad with Gene Roddenberry.
  • Jack Paar brings in extra troops to film a Berlin checkpoint.
  • Peace Corps, including photos of Ron Atwater, Jo Anne Bryan, Robert Pooley, Don Preston and others.
  • Nurses learn how to rescue patients in hospital fires.
  • Marriage, part 2 – Modern courtship, the great illusion.
  • Luis the donkey at the C Lazy U ranch in Granby, Colorado.
  • And much more NEAT content in this classic Life Magazine September 15, 1961!
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