LOOK Magazine – October 13, 1959 – New Small Cars

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LOOK Magazine Cover : Detroit’s new small cars, the Corvair, Valient and Falcon.  (Annual car issue)

– Senator Jack Kennedy : front man for a dynasty, JFK, feature on him and family.
– Pretty full page Cheerios cereal ad with cheerios falling from oat sprig.
– Full page Western Electric ad with workmen setting up Bell telephone switchboard, a cascade of wires!
– A bunch of letters to the editor about poor old Cary Grant, LOOK September 1, 1959.
– Full page ad showing the four regional Medallion homes that Light-For-Living winners will get.
– Three page fold-out color ad for the really wide new Pontiac.
– Charming full page color Quaker Oats ad with twin girls in plaid and tam-o-shanters.
– Twelve full pages of mostly text about Chrysler.
– What keeps Red Skelton going, comedian.
– Paris fashions in black and white.
– Full page movie poster ad for Pillow Talk, with Rock Hudson and Doris Day.
– Cool two page LHCL League of Honest Coffee Lovers ad with woman on scooter and man like knight on horse.
– Football player Prentice Gautt, University of Oklahoma, star player and negro.
– The Four Seasons restaurant in New York, chef Albert Stockli.
– Judy Johnson of Castle Rock, Washington is a champion double-bit ax thrower.
– Cartoons drawn by Ding = Jay N. Darling over a period of 50 years.
– New radar systems warn of tornados.
– Full page color Insured Savings and Loan ad with Pat Boone.
– Movie review : Pillow Talk with Rock Hudson and Doris Day.
– Photoquiz : 10 buildings of New York, match exteriors to interiors.
– Feature on the new compact cars, including the men behind the revolution.
– The new Eisenhower library, Abilene, Kansas.
– Full page color ad for Tang, instant breakfast drink.
– Another cute mountain climbing cartoon by Claude Smith.
– Two page United States Brewers Foundation ad featuring horse jumping.
– Baseball All America team, half are black, Minoso, Mays, Aaron, Robinson, Fox, Banks, Mathews, Crandall, Drysdale, Wynn.
– Picasso moves from Riviera villa to a Renaissance castle.
– Father C. Kilmer Myers never gives up on anybody, St. Augustine’s Chapel of Trinity, Manhattan, boys from gangs.
– Untold stories of World War II, # 2, The reluctant warriors by John Toland, Lt. James Creighton, Nothum, Luxembourg, Cemetery Hill, Fox Company.
– Two page ad for Dial Soap cruise contest, color, with coupon.
– Lee Remick is a star by instinct, actress.

NOTE : The West Central Edition has pages 60a-60f and 64a-64f and includes these stories : Judy Johnson Took an Ax, Nothing Ever Changes, New Tornado Warning System, Movie Review of Pillow Talk, and some ads.

NOTE : The East Central Edition has pages 60a-60f and 64a-64f and includes these stories : Cartoon – the perfectionist, Judy Johnson took an ax, Movie review of Pillow Talk, and some ads.

NOTE : The Mid-Atlantic Edition has pages 60a-60f and 64a-64f and includes these stories : Judy Johnson took an axe, Nothing ever changes, New warning system for tornadoes, Movie Review of Pillow Talk, and some ads.

NOTE : The New England Edition has pages 60a-60f and 64a-64f and includes these stories : Judy Johnson took an axe, Nothing ever changes, New warning system for tornadoes, Movie Review of Pillow Talk, and some ads.

NOTE : The Southeast Edition has pages 60a-60d and 64a-64d and includes these stories : Judy Johnson took an axe, New warning system for tornadoes, Movie Review of Pillow Talk, and some ads.