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Contents

Speaking of pictures, tribute to the working man
12
Honore Desmond SHARRER
U.S. public gets a noseful
21
Abraham TEITELBAUM, Government investigations, Political corruption, UNITED STATESInternal revenue, Bureau of
For Singing Sam two things were certain
24
Samuel J. RINELLA
Tito frees a defiant archbishop
26
Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac; 1898-1960, Catholic Church (Yugoslavia)
No man's land of cease-fire
28
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Peace and mediation)
Jukebox lobby
64
Colored light
Scouts report on good-turn night
75
Boy Scouts of America
Radium victim
81
Radium (Physiological effects)
Loves of Cleopatra
82
William Shakespeare; 1564-1616 (Plays, Antony and Cleopatra)
Caesar and Cleopatra
82
Bernard Shaw (Irish dramatist.); 1856-1950, Theater reviews (Single works)

Two jets carry a third at 30,000 feet
30
Jack MILLER, John PALADINO, Wood McArthur, Korean War, 1950-1953 (Aerial operations)
From Santa Claus to Santa Stooge
32
Santa Claus
Refugees from anticommunism
34
Radio broadcasting (Censorship), Television broadcasting (Censorship)
Refugees from communism
34
Refugees
Refugees in general
34
Refugees
Lenin's $125 tea things for $50,000 worth of art
37
Johannes Itten; 1888-1967, Zurich (Switzerland) (Galleries and museums)
Douglas, Ark. (pop. 1) and Mercur, Utah
45
Ghost towns
Doll for Negro children
61
Dolls
Tv anthropology
91
Television program reviews
How to carve six roasts
94
Carving (Meat, etc.)
Satellites in arms
98
Eastern Europe (Defenses)
Mrs Logan is 41
111
Jeanne LOGAN, Middle age, Women
Decision before dawn
118
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
New way to see living things
124
Roman Vishniac, Photomicrography
Open house in Oklahoma
130
Johnston Murray; 1902-1974

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