Vol. 60 No. #12 Archives

More Stories from the September 22, 1951 issue

  1. Tiny Wasps Conquer Red Scale of Citrus

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  2. Gas Discharge Device for Safes Foils Burglars

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  3. Books of the Week

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  4. Zirconium Metal Produced

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  5. Declaration Preserved

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  6. New Machines and Gadgets

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  7. Front Matter

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  8. Sex Hormones Fight Age

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  9. Record Low Achieved for Maternal Mortality

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  10. Gas from Cheap Fuel; Wood Waste for Wallboard

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  11. First Space Ships to Have Flying Saucer Shape

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  12. Improved Casein Fibers Hardened with Metal Salts

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  13. Step toward Pilotless War

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  14. East and West to Be Warmer than Usual

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  15. Women Can Be Bleeders

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  16. Bird Collection Arrives

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  17. Electrons Sterilize Arteries

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  18. Experts on Danger Areas Listed in Defense Rosters

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  19. Atomic Reactor in Norway

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  20. Coast-to-Coast TV Soon

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  21. Female Hormone Sparks Minds of Older Women

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  22. Israel May Play Role of Switzerland in Middle East

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  23. X-Rays Test Airplane Parts

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  24. Extra Ribs More Common in Females

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  25. Chemistry Gives Substitute for War-Scarce Materials

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  26. Flame Melts Snow to Clear Streets

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  27. In Science Fields

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  28. Climates Made to Order

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  29. Hit DDT Resistant Flies

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  30. Water Tunnel Carries Cable

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  31. Nature Ramblings: Chicory

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  32. How to Help Child Talk

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  33. Chemical on Screen Strips Routs Flies in New Mexico

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  34. Heat-Glowing Crystals

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