LOOK Magazine – August 8, 1944
Cover : Brigadeer General Ralph G. Devoe, commanding officer of Halloran General Hospital, Staten Island, NY.
– Teenagers answer questions about Social Security in “America’s Town Meeting on the Air” broadcast from Columbia, Robert Dean Quinn of Pocatello, Margaret H. McDowell of Lexington, KY, Frank Coss of Toledo, Paul Berg of RockfordIL, John Lloyd of Cincinnati, Miriam Bierstedt of Columbus, Allan Goldstone of Columbus, Norma Jean Griffin of Columbus, Faith Mackey of Columbus, Dave Pollard of Columbus, Jacqueline Lang of Columbus, and Pat De Pietro of Columbus.
– America Prays, photo feature, five pages.
– WAVES in Warnerville, Betty Smith of Birmingham, AL and Midge Raymer of Eagle Rock, CA tour Warner Brothers’ studios.
– Lt. General Omar Nelson Bradly feature.
– Full page Borden’s ad, Elsie the Cow and family talk about canning foods.
– Full page Heinz vinegar ad, also about canning foods.
– Sex fidelity in war time.
– Five first novelists who make it big, Charles Jackson, Elizabeth Janeway, Betty Smith, John Hersey, Lillian Smith.
– How big should your breakfast be? Calorie counting for active and sedentary female workers.
– Dancer Sono Osato.
– All-America High School Track Team, Charlie Parker of San Antonio,TX, Robert Chambers of Los Gatos, CA, Del Smith of Glendale, CA, Joseph Owens of Gladewater, TX, John Moody of Plainfield, NJ, William Grimes of Comanche, OK, Burl Moore of Lubbock, TX, William McGuire of NYC, August Erfuth of San Antonio, TX, William Fetzer of Ridly Park, PA, Donald Bewsey of Del Monte, CA and Robert Anderson of Scappoose, OR.
– Full page Boeing ad with black and white photo of B-29 without armament.
– Hoagy Carmichael is a top-flight melody man.
– The five greatest problems of the world.
– Military analyst Max Werner predicts Germany can only last four more months.