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    • February 23, 1946 Issue - 20 Articles
    • Keep Up with the World, pp. 6-7
    • Wing Talk, pp. 8-10
    • The Terrible Morning, pp. 11-13
      A star explodes in its flight toward the earth---and chaos ensues
    • All Out Against Cancer, pp. 14-15
      How total war is being organized against this dread killer disease
    • Little Miss Innocent, p. 16
      Marie Wilson's beautiful-but-dumb technique isn't easy, but it pays
    • Mountain Time, p. 17
      The Serial Story, fourth of five parts
    • American in Germany, p. 18
      Military government judges are trying to substitute our ideas of justice for those of t...
    • The Pond, p. 19
      Donald had promised his mother he'd keep it a wild-life sanctuary
    • Underwater Wealth, p. 20
      The Secretary of the Interior tells why the U.S. has taken title to the vast resources ...
    • A.W.O.L. De Luxe, p. 21
      The amazing odyssey of a Canadian army private who hated M.P.'s
    • Fashion on the Downgrade, pp. 22-23
      Styles---especially in pants---for the gents and gals who go skiiing
    • A Serious Study of Love, pp. 24-25
      Barbara's kid sister was a big help in the game of girl-gets-boy
    • Lindbergh in Battle, pp. 26-31
      Conclusion. The Lone Eagle takes part in a mission to the Palaus
    • The Little Doc, pp. 32-39
      At 18, Doris Gnauck has won fame for her skill in curing sick chicks
    • A Man Needs a Horse, pp. 40-53
      Mother gets dragged into Father's feud with Mr. Van Norman
    • Bad Neighbor Policy, pp. 54-69
      A study of our diplomatic bungling in our Latin-American relations
    • The Importance of Being Kissed, pp. 70-92
      The Short Short Story
    • The Week's Work, p. 93
    • Editorials, pp. 94-96
      Industrial Democracy and War; Two Governors on Race Problems; Unrest in the Army
    • Cover