Vol. 59 No. #25 Archives

More Stories from the June 23, 1951 issue

  1. Electricity-Conducting Glass Made with Sugar and Heat

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  2. Books of the Week

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  3. Ear Trouble from Allergy May Lead to Deafness

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  4. Clearer Thermometer

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  5. Goal: 13,000 Doctors

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  6. Build out and Starve out Rats

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  7. Sound-Absorbing Plywood Has Textile-Backed Surface

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  8. New Machines and Gadgets

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  9. Front Matter

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  10. Test for Liver Disease

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  11. Preparedness Lack Scored

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  12. Urge All Students Be Taught How to Drive

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  13. Search for Remains of Prehistoric First Americans

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  14. Grafts Repair War Wounds

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  15. Nitrogen Packaging Keeps Foods Fresh a Longer Time

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  16. [Photograph]: Fire Ball

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  17. Rescue Work Not Stopped by Radiation from Atom Bomb

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  18. Human Thrombin Recalled

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  19. Bacon Now Cured in Two Days by Injection

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  20. X-Rays Diagnose Breast Cancer without Biopsy

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  21. Boss to Blame If Workers Make Errors Day after Day

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  22. Computer Figures Census

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  23. Leave Poison Ivy Alone; Home Remedies May Irritate

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  24. Psychiatry Is Cheaper

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  25. Predict Common Cold Cure

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  26. Chemicals Aid Surgical TB

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  27. More Power in New Jet than Most Fighter Planes

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  28. In Science Fields

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  29. Electric Light without Bulbs

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  30. Milk Gel for Burns

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  31. Nature Ramblings: Kinsfruit

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  32. Better Use of Men

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  33. Keep Eggs in Refrigerator Particularly during Summer

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  34. Cure Scalp Ringworm

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  35. Relive past for Alcoholics

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  36. Frostbite Damages Kidney

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