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Contents

Coll in a boil
16
Underwater photography
Kremlin beams smiles to U.S.
22
Georgi M. Malenkov (Soviet prime minister.); 1902-1988, Georgii Konstantinovich Zhukov (Soviet field marshal.); 1896-1974, Nikolai Aleksandrovich Bulganin (Soviet communist leader.); 1895-1975, Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev (Soviet communist leader.); 1894-1971, Soviet Union and the United States, Russians
Amid hospitality, competition
26
Chess
Portrait
29
Charles L. PATTERSON
Speaking parts in Dixon-Yates cast
32
Tennessee Valley Authority, Government contracts
Fighting man who is a writing man too
48
Archie Moore; 1913-1998
Sturdy age of homespun
54
United States (History, Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775)
Tin, clay and pewter ware
56
Pewter, Pottery, American, Tinware
Glass in myriad shapes and colors
58
Glassware
Carpenter's lively views of crafts and creature comforts
60
Lewis MILLER, Drawing

Perilous docking of an icebound DC-4
34
Salvage (Airplanes)
Disarmament and confidence
36
Disarmament
Peace we fought for is in sight and we can win it
36
International relations, Peace, United States (Foreign relations)
Politician's helping hands
41
Antonio Segni; 1891-1972
Sugar strike turns bitter
42
Strikes (Sugar workers)
Idyl for Audrey
44
Mel Ferrer, Audrey Hepburn; 1929-1993
Archie, the high-style champ
46
Archie Moore; 1913-1998
Handsome clocks in quantity
64
Clocks
Fertile mind of Robert Fulton
67
Robert Fulton; 1765-1815
Which egg will she sit on?
70
Gerardus Pieter BAERENDS, Bird study, Gulls
Tent pops up and four pop in
76
Tents
Mediterranean leisure land
81
Italy (Description and travel)
Lakeside faith
89
Churches (Buildings), Rural churches
In Pat Weaver's own wide world
108
Pat Weaver

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