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Contents

Speaking of pictures, prize bakers stay abed for breakfast
6
Cooking (Competitions)
President takes charge
14
United States Congress (83rd, 2nd session: 1954), Congressmen
Portrait
17
Sam Rayburn (American Speaker of the House.); 1882-1961, Daniel A. Reed (American congressman.); 1875-1959, William Huston NATCHER, Robert William UPTON, Lester R. JOHNSON, Glenard Paul LIPSCOMB, Harrison A. Williams (American senator.); 1919-2001, Claude J. BATCHELOR
From erehwon to somewhere
24
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, United States (Politics and government)
Freedom to take the initiative
24
United States (Defenses)
Death Valley legend dies
40
Sir Walter Scott; 1771-1832
World's tallest basketball player
47
Swede Halbrook HALBROOK, Stature
Rubber at home
55
Protective coatings, Rubber, Artificial
Parochial high school
63
Catholic Church (Education), Great Falls (Mont.)
Easy to love
72
Motion picture reviews (Single works)

Papa Patino searches city for eloping heiress
26
Sir James Goldsmith; 1933-1997, Patino) (Mrs James Michael Goldsmith GOLDSMITH, Elopement
Raid on Treasury
30
James LANDIS, United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Theft
Precocious lady swimmer nine weeks old
35
Swimming
Imperial crush at Japanese palace
36
Crowds, Palaces
Premier goes skiing
38
Giuseppe Pella; 1902-1981, Italy (Politics and government)
Enter the heroine on water skis
72
Esther WILLIAMS
Prescott proposals
75
Howard Lindsay; 1889-1968, Russel Crouse; 1893-1966, Theater reviews (Single works)
'54 car
80
General Motors Corp, Automobile industry, Automobiles (Design, Manufacture)
Wild one
95
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Life goes to a businessmen's lunch in Beaumont, Tex
98
Clubs, Beaumont (Tex.)

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