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Contents

Three old ladies, they bought the Daily worker
2
Anna Maria Whitaker PENNYPACKER, Wesselhoeft REED, Homans WOODRUFF, Daily worker (Newspaper)
Speaking of pictures, Harry S. Truman has joined over 200 organizations
12
Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972, Associations, institutions, etc
Hollywood puts on a strike thriller
29
Strikes (Motion picture industry employees)
President of film actors' union condemns the strike
32
Strikes (Motion picture industry employees)
Nrnberg: are we sowing to reap the same whirlwind again?
36
Reconstruction (1939-1951) (Germany)
Cycles
71
Foundation for the Study of Cycles, Cycles
Atom bomb haven
77
M. DOREAL, BROTHERHOOD of the white temple
Soviet movies
91
Sergei Eisenstein; 1898-1948, Motion pictures (Soviet Union)
Old Lady is fitted into socialism
97
Bank of England
Most celebrated U.S. playwright returns to theater
102
Eugene O'Neill; 1888-1953

Meat for sale: Argentina has some, kept from us by a phony law
36
Meat industry
Nurnberg trial ends with death sentences
38
Nuremberg trials, World War, 1939-1945 (War criminals)
Legion convention
42
American Legion
Europe's thinkers
45
Georges Bernanos (French author.); 1888-1948, Ignazio Silone (Italian novelist and essayist.); 1900-1978, Stephen Spender (English poet and critic.); 1909-1995, Jean AMROUCHE, Jean GUEHENNO, Jean Rodolphe de Salis (Swiss historian.); 1901-, Europe (Intellectual life)
Dressage
53
Horsemanship
White House
59
Charles Wesley von Bolick HURD
Presidential mansion, opening again to tourists, has been a housing problem for all its 146 years
59
White House (Washington, D.C.)
Eugene O'Neill
102
New contact lens
119
Contact lenses
Kidding of silly commercials wins him fame
125
Henry Morgan; 1915-1994
Henry Morgan
125
Radio broadcasting
Life goes to a football broadcast
130
Football, Radio broadcasting (Sports)
Evacuator
134
Fire escapes

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