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Articles from Saturday Evening Post (March 1, 1986)

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Title Author Type Words
A mote of dust. Sagan, Carl; Druyan, Ann Excerpt 1496
Billy Graham: the world is his pulpit. Stoddard, Maynard Good 2773
Charles Schulz: hockey's late bloomer. Ward, Bernie 1726
China; one of the world's oldest civilizations invites you to explore ancient wonders: the Great Wall, Grand Canal, Forbidden City - and to witness bold new beginnings. Perry, Pat 2686
Frank Borman: aviation's most daring executive. McCollister, John 2187
Great seafood for Lent. Nyenhuis, Jacquelyn R. 1215
Hats off to the cold. Royko, Mike 885
Key to greatness; people everywhere are searching for that "thing" called leadership - it can be found in a few ancient words. Slosser, Bob column 914
Kidney care. SerVaas, Cory 2714
My father and other good guys: plastic surgeons abroad. Blocksma, mary 4038
New plots for gardens; by cultivating home-computer programs and digging up techniques of ancient Mayan farmers, modern gardeners are getting more fruits for less labor. Faris, Charlene 622
Oat recipe contest winner. 763
Prevent breast cancer deaths. SerVaas, Cory 2294
Report on the Post's cancer prevention survey. Maibach, Edward; Gigliotti, Lillian 1747
Smoking out the drafty fireplace. Hayes, Jack 984
The diet is cast; an overweight wife decides to cut calories, and Greek-god hubby has to suffer. Stoddard, Maynard Good 1307
The hounds of youth. Rawls, Wilson 5075
Virgin Islands: bargain sails. 1389
Warming up in chili weather. Simon, Allen 1298
Watching your dog's weight. White, H. Ellen column 1315

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