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681 World's first jury trial involving thalidomide ends when settlement is reac 03/13/1969 11:04 Drugs
682 World's dark corners hide two million slaves, Anti-Slavery Society and Unit 03/05/1967 1G:2 Slavery
683 World's biggest banquet for 11,000 Daley fans. 03/04/1971 1:05 Daley, Richard Joseph
684 World's best' come to Des Moines - girls basketball tournament. 03/11/1970 1:07 Basketball
685 World's best miler at 19. 07/20/1966 8:01 Ryun, James
686 World wide meat layoff; cite "unprofitable' business, Denison. 12/15/1970 8:02 Meat Industry and Trade
687 World watches moon landing on television; Russians see ballet. 11/20/1969 4:01 Russia
688 World watches moon landing on television (TV); Russians see ballet. 11/20/1969 4:01 Space Flight to the Moon
689 World War Two combat veterans in two reunions at Des Moines 07/27/1968 3:06 Veterans of Foreign Wars
690 World War II hero, now a city clerk, asks Red Oak to apologize. 12/06/1968 16:04 Red Oak, Iowa
691 World War II hero, now a city clerk, asks Red Oak to apologize 12/06/1968 16:04 Municipal Government
692 World War II farmers hid Iowa Flier-- Darious Logan fom Havelock, Iowa. 02/14/1971 8G:6 Air Pilots
693 World War II commander: Allies blocked Hanoi occupation 06/09/1968 6T:1 Vietnam
694 World War I had 11 percent desertion rate. 05/24/1970 5G:2 Military Service, Compulsory
695 World voyage delayed; yacht has engine trouble - the homemade Dubuque yacht 11/11/1974 1:03 Boats and Boating
696 World voices sad litany in reaction to shooting. 06/06/1968 9:03 Kennedy, Robert Francis
697 World Vietnam views in contrast to United States 11/13/1966 11G:1 Gallup Poll
698 World Vietnam views in contrast to United States 11/13/1966 11G:1 Vietnam
699 World trade dangers seen by Representative John Culver 08/07/1971 9:04 United States Commerce
700 World trade dangers seen by Representative J. Culver. 08/07/1971 9:04 Culver, John

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