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January 25, 1947
The Week's Mail
, pp. 4-5 -
From Our Readers
Keep Up with the World
by Freling Foster, pp. 6-7 -
The Week's Work
by Ted Shane, pp. 8-10 -
Jocko Loves Music
by Walter Roeber Schmidt, p. 11 -
Thanks to a girl who played the violin divinely
Will Russia Rule the Air?
by W.B. Courtney, pp. 12-13 -
The first of two parts. A survey of the resources of the nations seeking to domi...
The Phonograph Murder
by Helen Reilly, pp. 14-15 -
George tried to prove there was such a thing as a perfect crime
A Nice Clean Story
by Ruth Carson, pp. 16-17 -
The "inside" on the soap situation---and what can be done about it
Diamonds in the Rough
by Geri Trotta, pp. 18-19 -
A visit to the jewelers' exchange on New York's Bowery
The Brick Wall
by Louis Kamp, p. 20 -
The Serial Story, Conclusion
by Weldon James, pp. 21-23 -
How a village representing three quarters of Japan reacts to it
Let's Live a Little Longer
by Hannah Lees, pp. 24-31 -
We've only got to find why we grow old, but that's not so easy
by P.J. Alexander, pp. 32-56 -
He Kept on dreaming of freedom, even as the firing squad waited
It's a Symptom
by Robert Zacks, pp. 57-72 -
The Short Short Story
The Hunting Horn
by Paul Annixter, pp. 73-75 -
Saga of a fox too smart to be caught and a hound too game to quit
by Amy Porter, pp. 76-84 -
About the stupendous success of Sonja Henie and her ice revue
Wing Talk: Lobster Line
by George Mason, p. 85 -
, pp. 86-88 -
Courts for Labor Fights; What the Snake Pits Need; Too Old to Learn?
by Lawson Wood, -
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