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

Ten marks of a good citizen
6
Citizenship
Understanding of Asia
8
Asia (Social conditions), Soviet Union (Foreign relations, Asia), United States (Foreign relations, Asia)
Last Christmas eve
11
Gladys Hasty Carroll; 1904-1999
Matter of courtesy
12
Frederick Francis DE ARMOND, Courtesy
Rejects
14
Refugees
Rest ye merry
32
Rotary International, Christmas entertaining
Come and see us on the way
37
Rotary International
I like a commercial Christmas
38
Christmas
Sinterklass is coming to town
39
Netherlands (Social life and customs)
Open-door policy
43
Foreign visitors (United States)

You gave me hope
16
Rotary International
Brains at a bargain
17
Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals, Inc, Refugees, Chinese
Hammer and the anvil
19
Helping behavior
Boys' club
20
Boys' Clubs of America
Rotary safety town
22
Safety education, Sandusky (Ohio)
President on the peace path
26
Gian Paolo LANG, Rotary International
Acres of Christmas
29
Paul ECKE, Poinsettias
Turkish view of Main Street
30
Foreign students (United States), Abingdon (Ill.)
Woodman, plant that tree!
44
Tree planting
In class with a click! school-to-home network for ill students
46
Telephone in education, Danville (Ky.)
Trip to Trinidad
47
Rotary International, Essay contests
Operation mop-up
51
Relief work, TAMPICO (Mexico)
One of the least of these
52
C. H. sr MADSEN, Rotary International
Man with a mission: Pete McCarthy of Joliet, Ill
56
Helping behavior
Hobby hitching post
62
Pharmacopoeias

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