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    • March 23, 1946 Issue - 20 Articles
    • Keep Up with the World, pp. 6-7
    • Wing Talk, pp. 8-10
    • A Present for the Countess, p. 11
      Sam taught Didi that he couldn't make love according to her rules
    • Our Balance Sheet in Japan, pp. 12-13
      In political bookkeeping, achievement is matched against failure
    • Disease---Shadow Over Europe, p. 14
      War-born pestilence still menaces millions on the ravaged Continent
    • The Sporting Life, p. 15
      Lightning and a widow both struck Roaring Rorich on the same night
    • Never Trust a Murderer, pp. 16-17
      Especially if you play the ponies, and have helped put him in the chair
    • Keep 'Em Working, pp. 18-19
      Year-round employment has solved many business and labor troubles
    • It Might As Well Be Spring, p. 20
      New York's big of the month: the Flower Show in Grand Central Palace
    • The Old-Fashioned Snow, p. 21
      The Short Short Story
    • Gamble with Music, pp. 22-23
      The director of a movie musical simply mustn't make one mistake
    • Dangerous Lady, pp. 24-37
      The Serial Story, third of four parts
    • Cut Me In, pp. 38-51
      The ex-Marine wasn't fit to make a ring comback---but there was a girl
    • Pin-Down Man, pp. 52-71
      Joe Wilman, bowling champ, combines modesty with genius for the game
    • Christmas Deferred, pp. 72-77
      Louisiana's "lost colony" celebrates its Yuletide in March
    • The Old Bus, pp. 78-79
      Hints that'll help you get more mileage out of the aging family car
    • America Gives Again, pp. 80-87
      All churches and relief agencies work together to save lives in Europe
    • The Week's Work, pp. 88-89
    • Editorials, pp. 90-92
      Uncle Sam as World Leader; Welcome Home, Doctor; Exit the Huey Long Machine
    • Cover