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    • August 17, 1946 Issue - 21 Articles
    • Keep Up with the World, pp. 6-7
    • The Week's Mail, pp. 8-10
      From Our Readers
    • The Warning Bell, p. 11
      Hilda found one flaw in the joy of making her home with Evelyn
    • The Battle of the Bench, pp. 12-13
      A study of the conflicting elements in the U.S. Supreme Court
    • Guam, Sweet Guam, pp. 14-15
      It's no life of Riley for servicemen's wives---but they love it
    • Bachelor Apartment, p. 16
      It wasn't the same place after the lady from St. Louis moved in
    • The Watchers, p. 17
      Margaret feared her son had inherited her own aloof disposition
    • The Superhorses are Ours, pp. 18-19
      How the U.S. Army acquired Germany's finest equine bloodstock
    • The Dory, pp. 20-21
      Two Yankee fishermen match their courage against the no'theaster
    • Sleep, My Love, p. 22
      The Serial Story, fourth of five parts
    • Hard-Luck Kid, p. 23
      Jack Kramer should be tops in the U.S. amateur tennis for 1946
    • Rio Grande---River of Death, pp. 24-35
      Murder and robbery are often the fate of the Mexicans who cross it
    • Alone, pp. 36-54
      The Short Short Story
    • Your Life Tomorrow, pp. 55-63
    • Traveling Light, pp. 64-65
      Vera Maxwell suggests compact wardrobes for all climates
    • China Doll, pp. 66-67
      The story of rose Martin and her foster mother Mary Lo-Sam-Moi
    • United Neighbors, pp. 68-77
      V. Sir Alexander Cadogan of Great Britain
    • Wing Talk, pp. 78-80
    • The Week's Work, p. 81
    • Editorials, pp. 82-84
      One Continent, One Country?
      Memo for the Next Strike Wave
      His Taxes and Hers
    • Cover