National Geographic : 1947 Apr
Backwoods Japan During American Occupation U. S. Army Signal Corps, Oflicial Baby Talk in English Fails to Allay the Tears of a Nipper Lost in Sasebo Americans gave their hearts to the former enemy's children. They found them well behaved. Candy and gum promptly spoiled a few. Mothers appreciated GI interest in their babies, but most fathers remained poker-faced (page 514). Carl Bakal For Gripping Silk Threads, a Finger-tip Weaver Files Her Nails Like Saw Teeth No matter how vexed, she cannot afford to bite her nails, the built-in tools of her trade (opposite page).