Vol. 58 No. #13 Archives

More Stories from the September 23, 1950 issue

  1. Life-Span of Wage-Earners, Families Increasing

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  2. Books of the Week

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  3. New Machines and Gadgets

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  4. Front Matter

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  5. Tritium Found in Air

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  6. [Photograph]: Final Inspection

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  7. Federal Funds to Aid Attack on Artery Disease

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  8. Drug Stops Polio Pain

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  9. Tender Steaks Now May Mean No Steaks in Future

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  10. Propaganda Offensive

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  11. Outdoor Chemical Plants Provide Greater Safety

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  12. Naphtha Spray Kills Evergreen Nursery Weeds

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  13. Eclipse of Moon

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  14. “Shooting” the Eclipse

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  15. Mutation Accelerated

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  16. Fungus Rot GI Headache

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  17. No Flame or Electric Arc in Cold Pressure Welding

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  18. [Photograph]: Mildew Control

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  19. In Science Fields

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  20. Pegasus High in South

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  21. “Funginert” Materials Not Hurt by Fungi

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  22. Accurate, Fast Test for Foot-and-Mouth Disease

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  23. U. S. Losing Science Race?

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  24. Non-Mildewing Cotton

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  25. Rain to Continue on East Coast

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  26. Minority of Drivers Cause Most Accidents

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  27. Potasan Punches Pests

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  28. All Work, No Play Does Make Jack Dull Boy

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  29. Plants 100,000,000 Years Old in Colorado

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  30. Nature Ramblings: Caterpillars

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  31. Hams Aid Invasion Plans

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