Vol. 89 No. #20

More Stories from the May 14, 1966 issue

  1. Similar Psychoses Found

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  2. LSD Helps Severely Disturbed Children

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  3. Science Shorts

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  4. ‘Jekyll-Hyde’ Life Led by Galaxies

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  5. Current U.S. Patents

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  6. Stagehands at Met Will Be Aided by TV

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  7. Airbuses to Compete with Highway Buses

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  8. New Non-Narcotic Drug Relieves Pain and Fever

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  9. Back Matter

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  10. Front Matter

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  11. Corn to Feed Children

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  12. ‘Sweet’ Maples May Be Improved by Breeding

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  13. Danger in ‘Swimming Hole’

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  14. Dallas: Center of Science

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  15. Science Club News

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  16. Raise Space ‘Mileage’

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  17. TV Will Help Explore Space Communications

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  18. Start Early in Science

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  19. Poi Can Save Lives of Allergic Infants

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  20. Automatic Blood Tests Frees Lab Technicians

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  21. Infant’s Dreams Useful

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  22. Fewer Doctors Smoke

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  23. [Photograph]: Mechanical Man

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  24. Father in Delivery Room Is Support to Mother

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  25. In Science Fields

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  26. Ocean Is Expansive Oil Field

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  27. Arms Reach to Sea with Research Subs

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  28. Rain May Come to Desert

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  29. Ocean Secrets Probed by Fast-Paced Computer

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  30. Boiling Mud Flows from Volcano’s Lake

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  31. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  32. Doctors Are Reading

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  33. Books of the Week

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  34. Nature Note

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  35. Penicillin Kills Bacteria by Stealing Enzyme

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  36. Enzyme Found in Tears Is in Excess in Leukemia

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  37. One County Has 238 Abnormal Births in Year

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