Date: 11-30-1942 Life Magazine
Condition: Very Good
Cover: 18 Year Old
Speaking of Pictures: How Falcons Fly
LIFE's Reports: "Deatr Mom, I Got a Valet"
U. S. Naval Victory in the Solomons
Americans Close In on Japs in New Guinea
First Pictures of American Landings in North Africa
LIFE on the Newsfronts of the World
Two Stalingrad Women Emerge with Possessions from Underground Home
Western Congressmen Fight National Gas Rationing as U. S. Buys Up Tires
Allied Gains in Africa End Siege of Malta
Truman Committee Exposes Housing Mess
Movies: "George Washington Slept Here"
Movies: Senator Chandler's Daughter Mimi Lands 7–Year Movie Contract
Coffee Rationing Becomes Effective in U. S.
Air Transport Becomes a Wartime Reality
Age Regression: Adults Exhibit Childhood Antics Under Hypnosis
Fluorescein Makes Blood Circulation Visible under Ultraviolet Light
Theater: "The Skin Of Our Teeth"
Photographic Essay: 18–Year–Old: the Country's New Army Hope
Close–Up: Major General Patton, by John Field
Girls' Pictures Bring Luck to Armed Forces
LIFE Goes to a Soviet Embassy Reception