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Contents

Speaking of pictures
20
Wallace Kirkland
Wreck of the Princess Kathleen
27
Shipwrecks
Liberation issue
30
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Adlai Ewing Stevenson; 1900-1965, United States (Foreign relations)
Clergyman dies as he accepts honor at Episcopal convention
31
Claude Willard SPROUSE
Disaster for Utah ducks
32
Wild ducks (Diseases and pests)
Flora McFlimsey's friend
83
Marian Curtis FOSTER, Dolls
Sports cars
88
Automobiles
Spanish fashions take a bow
95
Fashion
Calf with two mothers
102
Cattle (Breeding)
Fiery fountain
104
Lava

Pension row makes sacred cod squirm
34
Pensions (Massachusetts), Massachusetts (Politics and government)
Tea and garden party battle
36
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963
Adlai gets western cheers, Texas rebuff
38
Presidential campaigns (1952)
Billy marches down the hill
40
Eleanor HOLM, Billy Rose; 1899-1966
There is jet pie in British sky
46
Aviation (Accidents, Exhibitions)
Ike gets vote of southern historian
53
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Southern States (Politics and government)
Mystery of the kidnaped baby
67
Beck MCCLELLAND, Missing persons
Speech in color
73
Deaf (Education)
Artistic Smith at work
75
David Smith; 1906-1965
And new champion?
107
Rocky Marciano; 1923-1969, Boxing
OPS boss and the ladies
120
Tighe Edward WOODS, UNITED STATESPrice stabilization, Office of
Panama's golden frog
123
Frogs
Sir Max at 80
125
Max Beerbohm; 1872-1956, Caricatures and cartoons
Birth of a base
130
Air bases, Thule (Greenland)
$1,500 a month, no place to go
140
Bill BRINKLEY
Feet up, pat him on the po-po!
153
Guy Mitchell; 1927-1999
Life goes to an Evangelical encampment
158
Evangelical churches (Germany)

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