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Milestones, Apr. 24, 1972

Divorced. Natalie Wood, 33, doe-eyed child actress who grew into fully adult roles (Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, Splendor in the Grass); and Richard J. Gregson,...

Education: Answer to Byrnes

Governor James F. Byrnes's threat to abandon the public school system in South Carolina rather than give up segregation (TIME, March 26) got a sharp answer last...

THE PRESIDENCY: The Wonderful Wastebasket

The contents of one of the world's most interesting wastebaskets is laid before the U.S. public this week in the form of a book called Mr. President (Farrar,...

FOREIGN RELATIONS: Journey to Stuttgart

The dead dictator's luxurious train rolled from Berlin across the old, beaten land. In Hitler's bed slept James F. Byrnes, of Charleston, S.C. His advisor,...

Education: Ultimatum for the Court

South Carolina Governor James F. Byrnes was worried about an anti-segregation suit due for hearing in Charleston federal court this May. Regardless of the...

U.S. at War: Meals for a Czar

Faithful James F. Byrnes, who gave up a $20,000-a-year lifetime job on the Supreme Court for a touch-&-go future as economic czar, began to wonder last week...

CONFERENCES: Shtampuyushchaya

On July 4, 1776, Thomas Jefferson paid £3/15s for a luxury — a thermometer — and that evening he set down in his journal that the Philadelphia temperature was...

The Press: Amateur Insulters

New York Daily News Columnist John O'Donnell, who likes to remind readers that he was called a liar by Franklin D. Roosevelt, last week announced that he had...

International: Advice, Please!

U.S. Secretary of State James F. Byrnes last week announced at a press conference that he had asked nine nations for advice on Japan. He had invited them to...

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