LOOK Magazine – December 5, 1961 – Fall-out Shelters

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Look Magazine Cover : Singer Mitch Miller

– The great fall-out shelter panic, includes the Martin Kreese family who spent a week in a shelter; Joseph B. Attanasio of Linden, New Jersey; Raymond Keller of Smithtown, New York; Patrick T. Marotta; Peter Raedler, Danby C. Osborn, Luciel Mulligan, cave in Hackettstown.
– Birth Control is a world wide problem, over population, hunger.
– Mitch Miller and his sing-along success story, “Sing Along with Mitch”, includes Deirdre Damon and others.
– Full page Polaroid ad with boy and his beagle dog, telling the photographer to go for action “Don’t just stand there, do something!”
– Full page One-a-day vitamins ad with cute art by Stevan Dohanos, “What does it take for a boy to grow?”
– Full page New Sunbeam Shavemaster electric shaver ad with Byron C. Ostby in Madison.
– Lee Robbins and the importance of being useful, nursing volunteers, Maureen Duane.
– Two page Mercury ad at airport, 1962 Mercury Comet in red, 1962 Mercury Monterey in dark blue.
– Full page Walker’s deLuxe whiskey ad with man sitting on a racing sled in Vermont, 60 mph, regional page.
– Fashions : black velvet, regional page.
– Cute photos of passersby looking at twins Dorothy and Elizabeth Lemon, parked in baby carriage outside a restaurant window while their parents eat, regional page.
– Flowering plants for Christmas.
– Little David Souers with big Rocky the dog, Great Pyrenees.
– Charming cartoon strip by Jack Tippit of a dog deciding his food is better than what the housewife is cooking on the stove.
– End of summer spree for nuns of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh, 3,600 sisters went to Kennywood Amusement park, includes Sister Marie Dominic.
– Two page Marlboro cigarettes ad with reclining man in ice skating outfit.
– The Human triumphs of the last 25 years.
– Robert Morse is the star of “How to Succeed”, musical comedy.
– James S. Crabtree of Greencastle, Indiana goes through basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, with Earl P. Vowell, Allen Ackerman.

No regional editions printed for this date, but some pages still vary between issues (arrgghh).