The Rotarian

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Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.
  

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Contents

Great-uncle paints a poem
6
Creativity
Should the U.S. government control the rain makers?
8
Weather control
Beanless string, and how I developed it
10
Gardens and gardening (Humor, satire, etc)
Man behind the plow
11
John Deere; 1804-1886, Plows
Japanese learn democracy
12
Education (Japan)
Bitter rice
36
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Breakthrough
36
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Dallas
36
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Dancing years
36
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
For heaven's sake
36
Motion picture reviews (Single works)

Roman Catholic church and Rotary international
15
Rotary International, Catholic Church
Washington, city incomparable
17
Washington (D.C.) (Description and travel)
Hopewell cradle of American industry
21
Hopewell (Pa.)
Donald Comer and his 7,000 partners
22
James McDonald COMER, Avondale Mills, Profit sharing
Say, mister, can you work with people?
26
Rotary International
Wealth from waste
28
Waste products
Letter from Pusan
31
Pusan (Korea)
Insure those brains
32
Insurance, Business, Insurance, Key person
It takes time to grow an oak
33
Ideas
Egg and he
35
Andrew Christie, Poultry industry
Grounds for marriage
36
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Harvey
36
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Kim
37
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Never a dull moment
37
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Next voice you hear
37
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Three husbands
37
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Vendetta
37
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Wakefield makes it a week for youth
40
England WAKEFIELD, Boys and Girls Week
Mankind
58
Hobby hitching post
60
Fire marks

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