Vol. 90 No. #16 Archives

More Stories from the October 15, 1966 issue

  1. Pesticides Must Be Safe for Man and Beast

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  2. Films of the Week

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  3. Triton on Collision Path

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  4. [Photograph]: Ravioli Anyone

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  5. Targets Shoot Back

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  6. Ship Assembled at Sea May Carry Million Tons

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  7. Books of the Week

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  8. Addict Program Launched

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  9. X-Ray Contrast Dye Uses Gas Cartridge

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  10. Beliefs Attract People

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  11. Plastic Patches Replace Braces on Teeth

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  12. Handwritten Numbers Can Be Read by Machine

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  13. Scientia International

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  14. ‘Vanishing’ Eagle Aided by $1,000 Grant

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  15. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  16. Doctors Are Reading

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  17. Front Matter

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  18. Lunar Names Proposed

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  19. Science Writing Ancient

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  20. Newest COMSAT Will Link Two-Thirds of World

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  21. Dubos Wins Science Award

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  22. Plug-in Cars Will Give Commuters a Charge

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  23. Wind and Waves Forecast

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  24. New ‘Window’ for Planes

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  25. New Coating Repels Water

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  26. Temple Changes View

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  27. Primitive Diets Caused Bad Teeth, Strong Jaws

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  28. Noise Menace Threatens Man

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  29. [Photograph]: Night Light

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  30. Plastic Airplanes Possible

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  31. [Photograph]: Nursing Mother

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  32. Germs Cause Burn Deaths

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  33. Computer May Help Spot Thyroid Diseases

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  34. England Investigates Pesticide Effects

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  35. Rethinking Crime

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  36. Girl Receives 3rd Kidney

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  37. [Photograph]: Tobacco Research

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  38. Symptoms Seen before Tumor Is Located

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  39. Bats Blown to Iceland

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  40. ‘Love Bugs’ Decline with Fall’s Arrival

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  41. Pollutants Team up to Damage Crops

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  42. Insect Pests Imported to Fight Plant Pest

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  43. Nature Note

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  44. Heat Peak Coming

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