Date: 1-29-1940 Life Magazine
Condition: Very Good
Cover: Starlet Lana Turner is always willing to pose for
cameramen. LIFE's photographer Peter Stackpole took
this picture on the steps of Sunset Plaza apartments
where Lana lived. To get the pose just right, Stackpole
made Lana walk down the steps eight times. She did
not mind, but the pooch was exhausted.
Speaking of Pictures: A New Portrait of the Moon
Long Machine Is Crippled in Louisiana Primaries After 12–Year Rule
LIFE on the Newsfronts of the World
Argentine Ambassador Opens Good–Neighbor Art Show at Richmond, Va.
War's First Christmas Brings Men in Uniforms Back to London's Night Spots
Earthquake in Turkey Buries 50,000 in Debris
Hero of British Submarine 65 Finishes a Great Trip
"Flying Alligators" Initiate New Members at Orlando, Fla.
G–Men Arrest 17 Men for Plotting Revolution
Thurbor Reports His Play, "The Male Animal," with Cartoons
Movies: "The Fighting 69th"
Starlets Are World's Most Envied Girls
The Kremlin: Within Its Secret Chambers Stalin Runs Finnish War
Pillar of Fire Dry Legion Acts Out Evils of Liquor in Brooklyn Pulpit
Old Art of Rug Hooking Revived
Chessmen Are Among World's Art Masterpieces
Yale Chess Team Wins Belden–Stephens Trophy
War in Winter: LIFE's Photo–Reporter Photographs the Russo–Finnish War
Paul McNull:"It Would be Kind of Nice to be President, Wouldn't It!"
LIFE Calls on Vinconl Astor in Bermuda
Paul Jones Whiskey
The March of Time
Pall Mall Cigarettes