June 1960
New Yorker;6/25/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 19, p25
The article highlights events and developments in the United States. Two days after twenty-eight Oriental trees were planted on First Avenue in New York, between Forty-fifth and Sixtieth Streets, a nature lover copped one at Fifty-First Street with the loot including tree, ball of soil, stakes, wire and tree guard. A sixth-grade exhibit at Encinal Elementary School Science Fair in Menlo Park in California was entitled "How to Make Cointreau at Home."


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