LOOK Magazine – April 11, 1950 – Adolescence


Magazine Condition Choices :
Very Good


LOOK Magazine Cover : Six lovely ladies, Elizabeth Ball, Pamela Curran, Janet Simms, Phyllis Bergquist, Liz Hastings, and Mary Gardner all in strapless Beautime gowns.

– Full page movie poster ad for “The Capture” with Lew Ayres and Teresa Wright.
– Full page Western Electric ad with color artwork by Robert Benney.
– Full page color Lucky Strike cigarettes ad with comic dancer Ray Bolger.
– A condensation from the book “A measure of freedom” by Arnold Forster.
– LOOK magazine applauds Lucy R. Milligan, Ernst Papanek, Joyce C. Hall and Eugene Conley.
– Adolescence, a time of trial and tragedy, Joan Feete, Jim Borton, Jo Ann Patterson, Larchmont, New York – a cute piece.
– Current treatment for Cerebral Palsy, Russell Miller, Kuhnen skis, Franklin county cerebral palsy center, therapist Wilma Dethke, Janie Bowman.
– Cold war rumblings, could this happen?
– The Navy tackles the problem of the new Soviet snorkel submarines, art by Hardie Gramatky.
– Ed Sullivan and Toast of the Town.
– Full page color United States Brewers Foundation ad with Indoor Golf Clinic art by Douglass Crockwell, 40 in series.
– Franklin D. Roosevelt, from Mama’s boy to manhood.
– Half page color Herbert Tareyton cigarettes ad with Mrs. Harry B. Mathews and bicycle.
– Cute full page color Italian Swiss Colony wine ad with cork people bowling.
– Society photographer’s scrapbook, Jerome Zerbe.
– Rather charming half page color Mennen Baby Magic ad, lotion, baby face in a rose.
– Jack Sterling and his early morning radio broadcast, Dawn Patrol, WCBS.
– Full page Remington electric shaver ad with John Blake, wife and son.
– The film “The Titan” about Michelangelo.
– Full page color Pabst Blue Ribbon beer ad with Tommy Henrich, athlete of the year.
– Full page color Carlin’s Red Cap Ale with Myron C. Albertson and Randolph Scott.
– Two color pages of the bird art of Owen Gromme.
– Tenor Lauritz Melchior wins a contest for draping a model with fabric, with Diane Adrian, Pat Marlowe.
– New fashions at the Paris Openings, Amy Fagan, interesting piece on how fashions are chosen to be copied at Macy’s for sale in the USA.
– Baseball player Don Newcombe, can he win the next 30 games?
– Full page International Nickel Company INCO ad with marling fishing, art by Lynn Bogue Hunt.
– Baseball payler Paul Pettit is the $100,000 kid, Shirley Joan Jennings.
– Hats, cheaper by the dozen, movie and book, Dr. and Mrs. Gilbreth with 12 kids, photo shows movie cast.
– Movie review of “Riding High” with Bing Crosby and Frances Gifford.
– Photocrime, solve it yourself, Check on Murder.
– Comedienne Carol Channing singing Little Girl from Little Rock.
– Full page color Camel cigarettes ad with baseball players Bob Lemon, Howard Pollet, Vic Raschi, Mel Parnell.