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Contents

Sculptor as well as photographer
3
Farrell Grehan; 1927-.
Some payoffs for patience
4
China (Foreign relations), United States (Foreign relations)
Lindsay, fusion and the future
4
John V. Lindsay (American congressman and mayor.); 1921-2000, New York (N.Y.)Politics and government
King Rat
15
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Nostalgic stroll up Allen's alley
22
Fred Allen; 1894-1956, Radio broadcasting (Comedy programs)
Lawn bowls and police dogs
51
Zimbabwe (Politics and government)
Advocate for U.S.
57
Thurgood Marshall (American Supreme Court justice.); 1908-1993, United States Dept. of Justice
L.B.J. was worried about hollering judges
62
Trying to be a genius
75
Charlton Heston, Michelangelo Buonarroti; 1475-1564
Agony and the ecstasy
75
Motion picture reviews (Single works)

Life radio review
22
Sam MOORE
Everything's coming up loners
27
Television program reviews
Fiery pangs of conscience
34
Norman Morrison; d. 1965, Conscience, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (American participation)
Prayer, a take-off and the B-52 strike is on
36
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Aerial operations)
Loner Lindsay's New York triumph
42
John V. Lindsay (American congressman and mayor.); 1921-2000, New York (N.Y.)Politics and government
He stirred the hope that he could make things better
45
Robert Ajemian
On England's misty moors, a grisly search
46
Crime and criminals (Great Britain), Murder
Big year of luxury options
86
Automobiles (Equipment)
Takes a heap of gadgets to make a car a home
86
Race to succeed Nicole
93
Nicole Merenda Alphand, Diplomatic and consular service, Hospitality, Washington (D.C.) (Social life and customs)
Brave new world and how it was shaped
106
Clive Barnes; 1927-.
Cuba: to the edge of the nuclear abyss
110
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963, Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962
Tiny diva's big triumph
129
Teresa Stratas
Sharp English savory
134
Cooking (Cheese)

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