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Contents

Young fry swell ranks of labor
15
Children's chores, Youth (Employment)
Farm program can be saved
20
Land tenure
Democrats to the rescue!
20
Albert A. Gore; 1907-1998, Legislation
Democrats to the resue!
20
United States (Commerce)
Long haul of a big train
21
Weddings
Weapon for wet war
87
Toys
Story of Helen Keller
95
Helen Keller; 1880-1968
Unconquered
95
Motion pictures (Documentary films)
Mass attempt to beat Hogan
103
Ben Hogan; 1912-1997, Golf
Nurse in psychiatrics
115
Psychiatric hospitals, Mentally ill (Care and treatment), Nurses and nursing (Study and teaching)

Blood in Bogota
22
Bogota (Colombia) (Riots)
Portrait
22
Robert Ralph Young; 1897-1958, Robert T. Stevens; 1899-1983
New marvel of boom in tombs
24
Excavations (Archeology), Egypt (Antiquities)
Queen turns charm on Tito
26
Queen Frederika (consort of Paul I, King Of The Hellenes); 1917-1981, Josip Broz Tito; 1892-1980
Ingredients of a kidnaping mystery in Phoenix, Ariz
28
Kidnapping
Political novice beats tricky old pro
33
Mildred YOUNGER
Calm before a storm
39
Joseph McCarthy; 1908-1957, Joseph N. Welch; 1890-1960, Army-McCarthy controversy, 1954
Game provides derisive summation of hearings
42
David SNELL, Games, Government investigations (Humor, satire, etc)
Showgirl shangri-la
47
Kim Smith, Las Vegas (Nev.)
Sunday's a busy day
55
Dean Porter SHAW, Churches (Buildings)
Last time together for a great pair
63
Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca; 1908-2001, Television program reviews
Silver leaper
70
Fishing (Canada), Salmon fishing
Atomic locomotive
78
Lyle Benjamin BORST, Nuclear locomotives
Nonpartisan pastime for Washington wives
81
Art, Amateur, Washington (D.C.) (Social life and customs)
While Eisenhower proposes the old guard disposes
124
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Republican Party (U.S.), United States Congress (83rd: 1953-1954), Congressmen, Legislation, United States (Politics and government)
You feel like an outcast
126
Milton R. Young; 1897-1983
I'm not going to take the easy way
128
Harold Royce GROSS
I'm not voting against the administration at all
128
Noah Morgan MASON
We're going to make him into a good president
130
George Wilson MALONE
I'm a new deal Democrat domestically
130
Alvin Edward O'KONSKI
They expect me to analyze and think
133
Andrew F. SCHOEPPEL
I've got to live with myself
133
Wint SMITH
Senator is elected the same as the president
134
John William Bricker (American senator and governor.); 1893-1986
There isn't a word of criticism in there
134
William E. Jenner; 1908-1985
It should be a congressional program
136
Kit CLARDY
Conversion of Dan Reed
136
Daniel A. Reed; 1875-1959
Life goes to London's wedding of the year
140
Weddings, London (England) (Social life and customs)

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