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    • December 29, 1945 Issue - 22 Articles
    • Keep Up with the World, pp. 6-7
    • Wing Talk, pp. 8-10
    • Light the Candles, pp. 11-12
      The cabby's name was Sven. It should have been Santa Claus---or Cupid
    • Christmas: Atomic Age, p. 13
      A Yuletide prayer for a world in the afterthroes of war
    • Green Light Ahead, pp. 14-15
      Modern expressways will cure the blight of urban traffic congestion
    • Diggin' Dawg, p. 16
      Gus wasn't such a hot dachshund, but he had compensating qualities
    • Let's Wipe Out Tuberculosis, p. 17
      An all-out program can eradicate this disease
    • The Golden Dozen, pp. 18-19
      Meet Willy de Mond who designs hose for the movies' niftiest games
    • U.S.N. (Retired), p. 20
      About an admiral, a tree---and a girl who waited under it
    • Passing Showman, p. 21
      Harry Gilmer of 'Bama in 1945's most brilliant pigskin tosser
    • Trial by Fury, pp. 22-23
      Grim scenes in a Nazi court trying Germans for attempt to kill Hitler
    • How to Live with Children, pp. 24-25
      Problem parents need a psychologist as urgently as their kids do
    • The Rescue, pp. 26-27
      Miss Tabitha was afraid of love, till Ruth came into her life
    • Toys of Hell, pp. 28-29
      That's a mild name for the deadly plastic in Allied booby traps
    • All I'm Criticizing Is Everything, pp. 30-35
      The Short Short Story
    • Rebel in the House, pp. 36-44
      Aneurin Bevan, who came up from the coal mines to Britain's Cabinet
    • The Sea Shell, pp. 45-53
      The Serial Story, Conclusion
    • Home of the Hocus-Pocus, pp. 54-57
      A visit to Colon, Michigan, where magic is the principal industry
    • The Face of China, pp. 58-68
      Characters Seen in Kunming recently by Collier's artist-correspondent
    • The Week's Work, p. 69
    • Editorial, p. 70
      Happier Christmas---for Americans
    • Cover