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June 27, 1953
The Deadly Mermaid
by James Atlee Phillips, pp. 9-11 -
(Part One of Three Parts)
Do Umpires Have a Sense of Humor?
by James M. Kahn, pp. 12-15 -
Gentlemen Prefer Monroe
, pp. 16-17 -
Collier's Color Camera
My Lady Wouldn't Wait
by Willard H. Temple, pp. 18-21 -
A New Religion Rising in Asia
by Peter Kalischer, pp. 22-23 -
One Summer Day
by Lucy Godolphin, pp. 24-25 -
(The Short Short Story)
The Adventure of Foulkes Rath
by Adrian Conan Doyle, pp. 26-32 -
(Another New Sherlock Holmes Story)
Baby Space Station
by Dr. Wernher von Braun and Cornelius Ryan, pp. 33-41 -
Six Greedy Loafers
by Frank O'Rourke, pp. 42-48 -
48 States of Mind
by Walter Davenport, p. 49 -
How to Make a Pass at a Bass
by Alfred M. Lansing, pp. 50-57 -
What F.D.R. Told MacArthur
by Cmdr. William McK. Rigdon, USN, pp. 58-63 -
(Beginning I Worked for Three Presidents)
Now It's Eddiseeee!
, pp. 64-65 -
Are You Afraid of Lawyers?
by Phoebe Radcliffe, pp. 66-69 -
, pp. 70-72 -
by Chesley Bonestell, -
"Our American Pravda"
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