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

Don't kill your lawyer either
2
Lawyers
Surinam
6
Suriname
What you said re: Rotary
10
Rotary International
Can we stabilize price levels and have full employment?
14
Employment, Prices
From Seattle to Alaska to Hawaii
16
Alaska (Description and travel), Hawaii (Description and travel)
Park bench
32
Little guy
33
Adoption and adopted children
Mariners, ahoy!
38
Rotary International, Seattle (Wash.)
Flip-flops to friendship
40
Competitions, Great Britain and the United States, Pancakes, Liberal (Kan.), Olney (England)
Take a page from East Los Angeles
45
Rotary International, East Los Angeles (Calif.)

Loan of honor
21
Loans, Personal
Francis marks an anniversary
23
Franciszek JARECKI, Poles (United States)
How to fight the smoke nuisance
24
Smoke prevention
Biggest day in my life
27
Conduct of life
Portrait
28
Leslie Maurice FITZGERALD, Joseph KESSARY, Hermann Staudinger (German chemist.); 1881-1965, Russell I. TODD, Earl Warren (American Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.); 1891-1974, Kenneth Leon WILSON, Elwood Leonard DEMMON, C. L. DOHERTY, Edward C. JENKINS, Thomas G. MATTHEWS, Cesare MERZAGORA, James M. TATUM, Lothair TEETOR, Daniel Voires TERRELL, Joseph Raymond TIFFANY
Are men better cooks?
30
Cooking by men
Food for fellowship
31
Cooking, American
Personalia
46
Herbert John Taylor; 1893-1978
Corner brightened
50
Rotary International, Botanical gardens, Melbourne (Australia)
When you pick your president
54
Rotary International
Retirement
56
New law of gravity
64
Calling all heads! It words
64
Information tests
New suit
64

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