Vol. 36 No. #1

More Stories from the July 1, 1939 issue

  1. France to Make Bid for Transatlantic Air Travel

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  2. Vitamins Outgrow ABCs; Thiamin Treats Neuritis

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  3. Sulfanilamide May Be Menace If Self-Administered

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  4. Models of “Old Man River” Help Keep Floods in Check

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  5. Ultraviolet Light Shrinks Thin Films

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  6. Army Reveals Its Method of Making Better Charcoal

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  7. New Stress Study Method Aids Machine Design

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  8. New Ideas on Immunity to Infantile Paralysis

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  9. Vitamin K Can Prevent Fatal Hemorrhage of Babies

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  10. Boys: And Boys Grown up: May Operate Railroad

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  11. In Science Fields

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  12. Stone Age Dictators Painted, Too

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  13. Three Uses for Straw in Egypt’s Brick Making

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  14. “Painting Hormone” May Aid in Drowning Accidents

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  15. Reform of Prisoners Cannot Take Place inside Prisons

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  16. Jazz Enters the Laboratory for Psychological Study

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  17. Hundred Flying Immigrants Return on Atlantic Clipper

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  18. Scientific “Torture” Tests Turbine Blades

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  19. Sulfur Aids Roads, Kills Germs, Covers Textiles

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  20. Nature Ramblings: Primal Slaughter

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  21. Russians Misunderstand Gene Theory They Attack

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  22. Synthetic Hormone Made Available to Public

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  23. First Glances at New Books

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  24. Front Matter

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  25. Glass Heated Cherry Red Can Be Plunged into Ice Water

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