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Contents

Let's do it!
7
Hukbalahaps (Resistance group)
Speaking of pictures, magazine photographers preview the future's fashions
18
American Society of Magazine Photographers
Peculiar peers
22
Nobility (Great Britain)
Strike at Chrysler ends in bitterness
34
United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, Strikes (Automobile industry workers)
Conservative revival
38
Conservatism
Great seal hunt off Newfoundland
59
Seals (Animals)
Atom's newest particles
69
Particles (Nuclear physics)
Flying phalanger
75
Phalangeridae
District is 150
78
Washington (D.C.) (Centennial celebrations, etc)
Toulouse-Lautrec
92
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec; 1864-1901

Crash victims walk away in New Zealand's Southern Alps
39
Aviation (Accidents)
Pepper loses in Florida
40
Claude Pepper, George A. Smathers; 1913-., Florida (Politics and government)
Airpower becomes supply power
42
Military maneuvers
West Berlin's mayor defies reds
44
Berlin question, 1945-1990, Germany (History, Allied occupation, 1945-1955)
West Berlin's mayor defies reds
44
Reconstruction (1939-1951) (Germany)
U.S. town stages a Communist coup
46
Anti-Communist movements (History), Mosinee (Wis.)
Australia shows off its growing wealth
48
Fairs, Sydney (Australia)
Another shocker for Kansas City
53
Kansas City (Mo.) (Crime)
Rodgers has share in Pulitzer prize
103
Richard Rodgers; 1902-1979, Musicals, revues, etc
World's best shot-putter
110
James Fuchs, Shotputting
Rodeo acrobat
115
Bill LAWRENCE, Rodeos
Portfolio of photographs by Edward Steichen
117
Edward Steichen; 1879-1973, Photography, Portrait photography
Eyewitness account from Soviet Union
125
Communism (Soviet Union), Russians, Soviet Union (Industries, Social conditions)
Machines turn turtle
147
W. Grey WALTER, Robots
Pablo Casals
152
Pablo Casals (Spanish cellist.); 1876-1973, VIOLONCELLISTS.
High-flying Hornsby
162
Don HORNSBY

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