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    • September 22, 1945 Issue - 21 Articles
    • Keep Up with the World, pp. 6-7
    • Wing Talk, pp. 8-10
    • Unemployment Is Here Again, p. 11
      But government management and labor can create postwar prosperity if they'll pull together
    • Tomorrow the Sun, pp. 12-13
      Future developments of jet propulsion could make Jules Verne's fantasies come true
    • That's How It Is, Brother, p. 14
      A Guadalcanal veteran answers the question: "You were a hero---so what?"
    • You Remember Gloria, p. 15
      It's hard to break down the barrier between two women who have loved the same man
    • Change of Tune, pp. 16-17
      A girl may streamline he mind and her body, but her heart goes its own way
    • The Salute, p. 18
      The Short Short Story
    • Socialism, British Brand, p. 19
      A man high in the councils of Britain's Labor Party discusses its objectives
    • All-America Dress, pp. 20-21
      It's for any season or time; suits any figure, any hat---or no hat. The answer to the b...
    • You're On Your Way Home, p. 22
      Collier's correspondent tells of her trip across the Atlantic with a planeload of wounded
    • Arch of Triumph, p. 23
      The Serial Story, second of six parts
    • It's a Kid's game, pp. 24-26
      How a lady director of recreation has made Milwaukee chess-happy
    • Doomsday for the Guilty, pp. 27-35
      Now that the Nazi war criminals are facing they music, they're singing a different song...
    • His Feet on the Ground, pp. 36-39
      A cheap, foolish evening with a cheap, foolish pickup may have its uses
    • The Admiral Is Lonesome, pp. 40-49
      He had been afraid once---as a boy---and the fear haunted him while enemy planes roared...
    • Death Buzz, pp. 50-75
      Using sex appeal in the war to exterminate malarial mosquitoes
    • The Jungle Is Your Enemy, pp. 76-88
      An artist depicts the work of the Search and Rescue Unit on the Himalaya route to China
    • The Week's Work, p. 89
    • Editorials, pp. 90-92
      Advice to Veterans---and Others; $1,000 Reward
    • Cover