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April 30, 1954
Appointment with O'Hara
by John O'Hara, pp. 6-9 -
by James S. Hart, pp. 10-13 -
(The Short Short Story)
48 States of Mind
by Walter Davenport, pp. 14-15 -
, pp. 16-17 -
by Gurney Williams, pp. 18-20 -
Is There Life on Mars?
by Dr. Fred L. Whipple, p. 21 -
Can We Get to Mars?
by Dr. Wernher von Braun and Cornelius Ryan, pp. 22-29 -
The Bankrupt Heart
by Eileen Herbert Jordan, pp. 30-31 -
A Star is Reborn
by Evelyn Harvey, pp. 32-33 -
He's Still the Burma Surgeon
by Peter Kalischer, pp. 34-39 -
by Mel Heimer, pp. 40-47 -
How Your Town Can Avoid a Recession
by William L. Batt, Jr. and Ronald Schiller, pp. 48-56 -
by Irwin Caplan, pp. 57-63 -
Of Dice and Men
by Richard Donovan and Hank Greenspun, pp. 64-71 -
(Concluding Nick the Greek---Fabulous King of the Gamblers)
Danger: River Rising
by Robert J. Nelson, pp. 72-81 -
The Wrists That Made Milwaukee Famous
by Tom Meany, pp. 82-87 -
by David Duncan, pp. 88-97 -
(Third of Four Parts)
You Can Build a Better Schoolhouse
by Sey Chassler, pp. 98-101 -
, pp. 102-104 -
by Chesley Bonestell, -
"China's Rise, America's Fall"
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