Radio: Aid for the Homely

"What shall I do? I have let myself go to seed, I've got fat. I'm the kind of woman nobody notices. How can I be a credit to my husband?"

For the past few weeks such plaints have been pouring into Newark's station WOR, addressed to a program called Here's Looking at You. Originated by Pegeen Fitzgerald, erstwhile fashion director in a Manhattan department store, and Richard Willis, onetime cinema makeup man, Here's Looking at You is broadcast twice weekly from New York's World's Fair, features a 15-minute beauty and fashion analysis of...

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