Vol. 61 No. #23 Archives

More Stories from the June 7, 1952 issue

  1. Salt Particles, Pollen Help Trace Air Currents

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  2. Transfusions Not Enough

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  3. One Direction for Runways

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  4. Strontium in Lime May Aid Crop and Fruit Production

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  5. New Machines and Gadgets

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  6. Front Matter

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  7. Atherosclerosis Detection

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  8. Famous Exploding Star Flares Brightly Again

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  9. [Photograph]: Ice-Gathering Cylinders

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  10. Sick Leaves More Nutritious to Pests

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  11. Aircraft Noise Problem

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  12. Two Inventions Make Fabrics Water-Repellent

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  13. Climatic Change Puzzle

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  14. Popular Grandmas Must Be Helpful around Home

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  15. [Photograph]: Direct Positive Image

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  16. Isoniazid New Name for New Anti-TB Drug

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  17. Hurricane Watch Begins June 16 in Caribbean

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  18. Wind: 1,100 Miles per Hour at 65 to 100 Miles Up

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  19. Drug Hope Aids TB Patients

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  20. Battery Separator Stops Loss from Drying Wrinkles

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  21. [Photograph]: Largest Helicopter

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  22. Weather Data from Arctic

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  23. Many Displaced Persons TB Patients within Year

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  24. Boy’s Blood Lacks Anti-Germ Globulin

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  25. In Science Fields

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  26. How to Fold a Curve

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  27. Polio Chance No Greater for Child at Summer Camp

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  28. This Summer Cool in N.E., Warm, Dry in Central U.S.

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  29. Nature Ramblings: Colonizers of Barren Lands

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  30. Possible Tunnel on Moon

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  31. American Airways Now Have Route Numbers

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  32. Books of the Week

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  33. Rotating Red Lights Will Aid Night-Flying Safety

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