LOOK Magazine – February 17, 1959
Cover : Nikita Khrushchev.
– Is the American League dying?, baseball.
– Lola Albright, the “Peter Gunn” girl.
– An exclusive close-up view of Khrushchev by Eric Johnston.
– Brain surgery, a new kind of treatment for palsy, San Francisco’s Mount Zion Hospital and Medical Center, Parkinson’s disease, Cerebral Palsy.
– Soprano singer Maria Callas.
– Half page color Chesterfield cigarettes ad with Union Pacific Snowplow on a train, Yellowstone Branch.
– Maple syrup, photos, recipes.
– How to keep fit for skiing and living, Skeeter Werner.
– The vacation hideaway that becomes a home, architects Buff, Straub and Hensman for the Douglas Fir Plywood Association.
– Fashions : ponchos.
– Bernard Goldfine, political scandal.
– Full page color Kool cigarettes ad with winter outdoor scene by artist Barker (?).
– All America cities : Bloomington, Indiana; Columbus, Ohio; Granite City, Illinois; Hayden, Arizona; Highland Park, Illinois; Huntington, West Virginia; Leadville, Colorado (includes Hugh Smith); New Haven, Connecticut; Phoenix, Arizona; Sheridan, Wyoming; and Westport Connecticut.
– Comeback of the male teacher, Peter Walker of Park Forest (Scotty), Long article, lots of photos.
– Movie Review of “Some Came Running” with Shirley MacLaine and Frank Sinatra.