Vol. 58 No. #14 Archives

More Stories from the September 30, 1950 issue

  1. Anchovies off West Coast Are Sardine Supplement

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  2. Shimmer Affects Spotting Dark Objects on Horizon

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  3. Nature Ramblings: Raccoon

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  4. Reflecting Aluminum Cools and Heats House

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  5. Young Forests Given Help by Weed-Killers

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  6. Doubling Navigator’s Work with More Space, Equipment

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  7. Books of the Week

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  8. New Machines and Gadgets

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  9. Front Matter

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  10. Blood Safety Questioned

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  11. Hollywood Tricks Do Not Aid Film Learning

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  12. Grinding Tough Materials Easy with Liquid Nitrogen

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  13. Corporation Reports Understood by 1 out of 4

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  14. Armed Forces Test Valid

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  15. Two Medical Firsts

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  16. [Photograph]: Anti-Subs

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  17. Plane Wings without Rivets from New Forging Process

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  18. Giant Fruits Aid Plant Genetic Study

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  19. Malady of Our Times

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  20. Develop New Type Conveyor Belt for Industry

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  21. Monks Slowly Rebuild Destroyed Monastery

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  22. Alkali in Fine Varnish

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  23. Mars Day Sky Is Deep Blue

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  24. Study of Genetics Aids Cancer Research

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  25. Defense Plan Out-Moded

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  26. Instrument Carrier Drops from Seven-Mile Altitude

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  27. In Science Fields

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  28. If Atom Bomb Hits…..

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  29. Explorers to Visit South American “Lost World”

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  30. Electric Ovens Provide Hot Food for Combat Crews

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  31. Uranium Mining, Milling

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  32. Steam-Heated Chair for Winter Comfort

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  33. Nursing Students Ignorant of Sex Matters

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  34. Rear-Facing Plane Seats for Greater Safety

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  35. Mosquitoes, Young or Old, Use Tactics of Modern War

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  36. Organization to Work for People’s Peace of Mind

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