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Contents

Family's new fangle
16
Donald Louis PICCARD, Balloon ascensions
Historic week of civil strife
37
Law enforcement, Public schools (Desegregation), Little Rock (Ark.) (Education)
Stern President's inescapable action
40
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Harold Macmillan; 1894-1986
What Faubus said, and what happened
43
Orval Faubus; 1910-1994
Out of battle area but with Jimmy's role still unexplained
44
James KARAM
Frontiers of technology
80
Union Carbide Corp, Research
How success ruined a would-be bum
107
Nomads
Riches for Wragge and also a Winnie
124
Sydney WRAGGE
Winner for city wear
127
Leslie MORRIS
Two champs have the grudge fight of the decade
130
Carmen Basilio; 1927-., Sugar Ray Robinson, Boxing

Eagle and the rock
48
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Harold Macmillan; 1894-1986, Federal and state relations, Public schools (Desegregation)
Test of free world's military strength
53
Naval maneuvers
Massive flotilla outwits submarines
54
Naval maneuvers
Two princes make friends far from home
61
prince of Saudi Arabia MUTAIB, prince of Saudi Arabia NAWAF, Princes and princesses
Women of Winnipeg spare a tree
64
Trees in cities, Winnipeg (Man.)
Famous baby's debut
68
Clifton Truman Daniel (journalist.); 1957-
Surgery removes a statue's jingle
73
Seattle Art Museum, Art, Chinese, Figurines
Quick rise of an early riser
78
Jimmy Ray Dean; 1928-., Television program reviews
MAN'S new world
80
Manuel MANRIQUE, Technology
Princeton furor over a chaplain
137
Robert Francis GOHEEN, Hugh HALTON, Princeton University
What makes a criminal
144
Criminal psychology
History of a burglar
147
Burglary and burglars
Tokyo calypso
175
Michiko HAMAMURA
Other touches of the Far East
178
Toshiko Akiyoshi; 1929-., Pat Suzuki; 1930-.
Youngest chess master in U.S.
180
Bobby Fischer, Chess
This whale is just a big ham
185
Aquariums, Whales
Lavish ship ball at dockside
189
Balls (Parties), Ocean liners

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