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NAACP officials nixes Nix : Pearson special for Pennsylvania papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (July 2, 1963)
Narcotics agents will expose Mafia
Narcotics from Mexico menance teenagers: special for all Merry Go Round subscribers (December 21, 1959)
National bank politics : Pearson special for Florida papers; available to all Merry-Go-Round subscribers (May 20, 1955)
Navy meat spoils : Pearson special for California papers (November 2, 1953)
Navy oil deal (June 7, 1943)
Nazis on Capitol Hill : Drew Pearson special for New Jersey papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (January 9, 1965)
Near East curdles: Pearson special for all Merry Go Round subscribers (July 22, 1958)
Near East notes : Drew Pearson special for papers interested in Near East affairs; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (July 8, 1966)
Near East peace proposal (April 5, 1969)
The negro and Yale in Mississippi : Pearson special for papers interested in race problems; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (November 1, 1963)
Negros' Frank to LBJ : available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (March 14, 1965)
New 87-vote senator : Pearson special for Texas papers; available to all subscribers (January 14, 1949)
New ambassador to London (September 27, 1950)
New Argentine ambassador : special for Latin American papers; available to all subscribers (May 19, 1947)
New Californian : Pearson special for California papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (January 7, 1953)
New chairman of Pan American Union (December 6, 1946)
New Chilean-Argentine pact : special for Latin American papers; available to all subscribers (February 7, 1947)
New coal metropolis : Pearson special for Illinois and Tennessee and coal-area papers; available to all subscribers (December 15, 1951)
New Colorado congressman : Pearson special for Colorado papers; available to all subscribers (January 27, 1951)
New Democratic Chairman (August 12, 1952)
New democratic chairman : Pearson special for all Merry-Go-Round subscribers (November 2, 1951)
New England goes for public power : Pearson special for New England papers; available to all subscribers (April 19, 1949)
New England Merry Go Round : special for New England papers; available to all subscribers (December 13, 1947)
New England political notes : Drew Pearson special release for New England papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (October 23, 1962)
A New England TVA : Drew Pearson special for New England papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (May 8, 1968)
New envoy to Ireland : Pearson special to all subscribers (January 11, 1962)
New envoy to Moscow : Drew Pearson special (October 7, 1966)
New farm city hookup: special for farm belt papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (April 5, 1960)
New farm program : special for papers in farm areas; available to all subscribers (February 11, 1947)
New GOP senator : Pearson special for northwest papers; available to all subscribers (November 20, 1948)
New Hampshire's dissenter : Pearson special for New England papers; available to all subscribers (August 2, 1949)
New head of Pan American Union (December 12, 1946)
New Indiana senator : special for Indiana papers; available to all subscribers (January 24, 1947)
New Italian ambassador : Pearson special for all Merry Go Round subscribers (April 10, 1961)
New Jersey senate jockeying : Pearson special for New Jersey newspapers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (February 12, 1954)
The new Kansas senator : Pearson special for Kansas newspapers; available to all subscribers (January 28, 1950)
New Lady in Congress : Pearson special for Oregon papers; availlable to all Merry-Go-Round subscribers (January 13, 1955)
New Latin American loan pattern : Pearson special for newspapers interested in Latin American affairs; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (June 30, 1961)
New Latin American secretary : Drew Pearson special for those interested in Latin American affairs (May 28, 1961)
New lead for "Ahead of Headlines" -- promotion story for the Washington Merry-Go-Round (Novermber 27, 1935?)
New look for alliance for progress? : Drew Pearson speical for papers interested in Latin American affairs; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (May 26, 1966)
New maritime Czar: special for New Jersey papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (October 21, 1960)
New Michigan governor : Pearson special for Michigan papers; available to all subscribers (December 4, 1948)
New moderate influence in the middle East (March 7, 1969)
New negro congressman : Drew Pearson special for Missouri papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (April 23, 1969)
New North American leader: special for papers interested in Latin American affairs; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (January 8, 1960)
New order on civilian materials : Drew Pearson Merry-Go-Round special (April 9, 1951)
New Panama plot (November 11, 1946)
New Pan American problems : special for Latin American papers; available to all subscribers (March 17, 1947)
New Pan American problems : special for Latin American papers; available to all subscribers (March 18, 1947)
New president of Mexico : Drew Pearson special for papers interested in Latin American news; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (November 14, 1963)
New reclamation formula : special for western papers; available to all subscribers (December 18, 1947)
New Rent Control Recommendations (February 5, 1951)
New republican whips: special for Massachusetts papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (January 2, 1959)
New secretary of defense (January 24, 1968)
The new secretary of health, education and welfare : Pearson special on new member of Kennedy cabinet (July 15, 1962)
New Soviet fish treaty : Drew Pearson special for ocean fishing area papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (March 21, 1967)
New team for state department : Drew Pearson special for all Merry Go Round subscribers (September 11, 1966)
New Tidelands solution : Pearson special for California, Texas, Louisiana and other papers interested in Tidelands oil; available to all subscribers (October 31, 1951)
New trial for Billy Mitchell: Pearson special for all Merry Go Round subscribers (May 14, 1957)
New York central PRR news : Drew Pearson special for Eastern papers; available to all subscribers (November 19, 1964)
New Yorkers don't like Washington : Pearson special for New York papers; available to all Merry-Go-Round subscribers (April 30, 1956)
New York's transit Czar : Drew Pearson special for papers in the New York commuting area; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (December 8, 1965)
New York strike casualties (January 11, 1966)
New York tax scandal : Pearson special for New York papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (August 3, 1953)
New York tips off Peru : Pearson special to papers interested in Latin American news; available to all subscribers (May 5, 1949)
Next satellite will be brought back intack (December 28, 1958)
Niagara showdown : special for New York papers (December 26, 1938?)
Nicaragua issues warnings: special interested in Latin American affairs; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (June 9, 1959)
Nicaraguan plot: Pearson special for Latin American papers; available to all subscribers
Nickerson wins his point: Pearson special for all Merry Go Round subscribers (November 28, 1957)
Nixon and California: special for California papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (December 18, 1958)
Nixon had to decide between Soviet and North Korean ill will (April 18, 1969)
Nixon leads in playing spy games (August 7, 1968)
Nixon on birth control (July 16, 1969)
Nixon party alerted: special for all Merry Go Round subscribers (May 9, 1958)
Nixon refuses to play up vote fraud issue: special for Merry Go Round subscribers (November 11, 1960)
Nixon's quote on Johnson: special for Merry Go Round subscribers (October 6, 1960)
Nixon's speech foretold (November 7, 1969)
No color TV for Barden: special for North Carolina papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (June 24, 1960)
No Mexican pact : Pearson special to papers interested in Latin American news (May 17, 1952)
No military secrets: Pearson special for Mississippi papers; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (August 12, 1957)
Nonrecognition of dictators : Pearson special for newspapers interested in Latin American affairs; available to all subscribers (February 1, 1949)
No purge in Venezuela: special for papers interested in Latin American affairs; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (February 12, 1959)
No RR strike : Pearson special (June 11, 1963)
North Carolinians remember : Pearson special for North Carolina newpapers; available to all subscribers (July 23, 1948)
North Dakota gets an ambassador : Pearson special for North Dakota papers; available to all subscribers (July 24, 1951)
North Dakota revolt : Pearson special for NorhtWest and Farm-Belt newspapers; available to all Merry-Go-Round subscribers (March 24, 1956)
Northeast power failure shuts down hotline (November 12, 1965)
No summit enthusiasm : Drew Pearson special for papers interested in Latin American affairs; available to all Merry Go Round subscribers (February 21, 1967)
Note (September 22, 1941?)
A Note (September 22, 1950)
Notes on Bob Allen (December 18, 1940?)
Note to Editors
Note to Editors (April 10, 1953)
Note to Editors (April 10, 1957)
Note to Editors (April 11, 1947)
Note to Editors (April 1, 1944)
Note to Editors (April 1, 1960)
Note to Editors (April 12, 1966)
Note to Editors (April 13, 1966)
Note to Editors (April 14, 1969)
Note to Editors (April 15, 1945)
Note to Editors (April 15, 1946)
Note to Editors (April 15, 1963)
Note to Editors (April 16, 1949)
Note to Editors (April 20, 1935?)
Note to Editors (April 20, 1942)
Note to Editors (April 21, 1942)
Note to Editors (April 2, 1942)
Note to editors (April 22, 1952)
Note to Editors (April 23, 1962)
Note to Editors (April 24, 1942)
Note to Editors (April 24, 1969)
Note to Editors (April 25, 1942)
Note to Editors (April 26, 1948)
Note to Editors (April 26, 1966)
Note to Editors (April 27, 1934)
Note to Editors (April 29, 1950)
Note to Editors (April 30, 1937)
Note to Editors (April 3, 1954)
Note to Editors (April 4, 1939)
Note to Editors (April 4, 1958)
Note to Editors (April 7, 1953)
Note to Editors (April 8, 1942)
Note to Editors (August 10, 1935)
Note to Editors (August 10, 1944)
Note to Editors (August 11, 1945)
Note to Editors (August 1, 1946)
Note to Editors (August 13, 1954)
Note to Editors (August 15, 1935)
Note to Editors (August 15, 1956)
Note to Editors (August 16, 1933)
Note to Editors (August 16, 1944)
Note to Editors (August 16, 1962)
Note to Editors (August 17, 1938)
Note to Editors (August 18, 1948)
Note to Editors (August 18, 1951)
Note to Editors (August 20, 1951)
Note to Editors (August 2, 1946)
Note to Editors (August 2, 1966)
Note to Editors (August 23, 1955)
Note to Editors (August 25, 1961)
Note to Editors (August 26, 1946)
Note to Editors (August 27, 1934)
Note to Editors (August 27, 1957)
Note to Editors (August 29, 1935)
Note to Editors (August 29, 1960)
Note to Editors (August 30, 1956)
Note to Editors (August 30, 1962)
Note to Editors (August 3, 1959)
Note to Editors (August 4, 1942)
Note to Editors (August 4, 1956)
Note to Editors (August 5, 1949)
Note to Editors (August 5, 1955)
Note to Editors (August 8, 1942)
Note to Editors (August 8, 1946)
Note to Editors (August 9, 1956)
Note to Editors (December 10, 1941)
Note to Editors (December 10, 1946)
Note to Editors (December 13, 1932)
Note to Editors (December 13, 1953)
Note to Editors (December 13, 1967)
Note to Editors (December 14, 1953)
Note to Editors (December 17, 1951)
Note to Editors (December 18, 1948)
Note to Editors (December 19, 1950)
Note to Editors (December 19, 1952)
Note to Editors (December 21, 1938)
Note to Editors (December 21, 1944)
Note to Editors (December 22, 1958)
Note to Editors (December 23, 1949)
Note to Editors (December 27, 1966)
Note to Editors (December 29, 1950)
Note to Editors (December 29, 1958)
Note to Editors (December 30, 1933)
Note to Editors (December 31, 1965)
Note to Editors (December 4, 1961)
Note to Editors (December 6, 1956)
Note to Editors (December 7, 1954)
Note to Editors (December 8, 1944)
Note to Editors (December 8, 1946)
Note to Editors (February 11, 1942)
Note to Editors (February 11, 1960)
Note to Editors (February 1, 1953)
Note to Editors (February 12, 1945)
Note to Editors (February 12, 1954)
Note to Editors (February 13, 1934?)
Note to Editors (February 13, 1945)
Note to Editors (February 13, 1954)
Note to Editors (February 14, 1935?)
Note to Editors (February 14, 1963)
Note to Editors (February 15, 1949)
Note to Editors (February 18, 1940)
Note to Editors (February 18, 1949)
Note to Editors (February 19, 1935)
Note to Editors (February 20, 1935)
Note to Editors (February 21, 1956)
Note to Editors (February 21, 1957)
Note to Editors (February 21, 1968)
Note to Editors (February 2, 1938)
Note to Editors (February 23, 1946)
Note to Editors (February 23, 1950)
Note to Editors (February 23, 1951)
Note to Editors (February 28, 1935)
Note to Editors (February 3, 1947)
Note to Editors (February 3, 1961)
Note to Editors (February 3, 1963)
Note to Editors (February 4, 1953)
Note to Editors (February 6, 1935?)
Note to Editors (February 6, 1964)
Note to Editors (February 7, 1935?)
Note to Editors (February 8, 1946)
Note to Editors (February 9, 1945)
Note to Editors (February 9, 1952)
Note to Editors (January 10, 1946)
Note to Editors (January 1, 1946)
Note to Editors (January 1, 1951)
Note to Editors (January 12, 1964)
Note to Editors (January 14, 1942)
Note to Editors (January 15, 1945)
Note to Editors (January 15, 1950)
Note to Editors (January 16, 1951)
Note to Editors (January 17, 1962)
Note to Editors (January 18, 1945)
Note to Editors (January 19, 1935)
Note to Editors (January 21, 1964)
Note to Editors (January 22, 1942)
Note to Editors (January 23, 1935)
Note to Editors (January 24, 1958)
Note to Editors (January 25, 1956)
Note to Editors (January 26, 1942)
Note to Editors (January 26, 1943)
Note to Editors (January 26, 1950)
Note to Editors (January 26, 1958)
Note to Editors (January 29, 1967)
Note to Editors (January 31, 1935)
Note to Editors (January 4, 1967)
Note to Editors (January 6, 1956)
Note to Editors (January 9, 1942)
Note to Editors (January 9, 1947)
Note to Editors (January 9, 1953)
Note to Editors (January 9, 1958)
Note to Editors (July 11, 1955)
Note to Editors (July 1, 1969)
Note to Editors (July 14, 1965)
Note to Editors (July 16, 1966)
Note to Editors (July 18, 1948)
Note to Editors (July 19, 1948)
Note to Editors (July 19, 1951)
Note to Editors (July 22, 1963)
Note to Editors (July 25, 1947)
Note to Editors (July 25, 1952)
Note to Editors (July 25, 1953)
Note to Editors (July 27, 1955)
Note to Editors (July 28, 1955)
Note to Editors (July 29, 1937)
Note to Editors (July 31, 1941)
Note to Editors (July 31, 1957)
Note to Editors (July 5, 1960)
Note to Editors (July 7, 1964)
Note to Editors (July 8, 1944)
Note to Editors (July 8, 1958)
Note to Editors (June 12, 1958)
Note to Editors (June 13, 1945)
Note to Editors (June 15, 1964)
Note to Editors (June 16, 1935?)
Note to Editors (June 17, 1942)
Note to Editors (June 18, 1941)
Note to Editors (June 19, 1942)
Note to Editors (June 19, 1956)
Note to Editors (June 21, 1947)
Note to Editors (June 21, 1949)
Note to Editors (June 2, 1959)
Note to Editors (June 22, 1942)
Note to Editors (June 25, 1935)
Note to Editors (June 25, 1935?)
Note to Editors (June 26, 1947)
Note to Editors (June 27, 1937)
Note to Editors (June 30, 1944)
Note to Editors (June 30, 1952)
Note to Editors (June 5, 1951)
Note to Editors (June 6, 1947)
Note to Editors (June 7, 1956)
Note to Editors (June 9, 1934)
Note to Editors (March 11, 1958)
Note to Editors (March 11, 1960)
Note to Editors (March 12, 1949)
Note to Editors (March 12, 1958)
Note to Editors (March 13, 1942)
Note to Editors (March 13, 1949)
Note to Editors (March 13, 1961)
Note to Editors (March 13, 1963)
Note to Editors (March 14, 1947)
Note to Editors (March 14, 1963)
Note to Editors (March 15, 1951)
Note to Editors (March 15, 1954)
Note to Editors (March 16, 1954)
Note to Editors (March 19, 1948)
Note to Editors (March 19, 1960)
Note to Editors (March 23, 1964)
Note to Editors (March 24, 1963)
Note to Editors (March 24, 1964)
Note to Editors (March 25, 1942)
Note to Editors (March 26, 1942)
Note to Editors (March 26, 1957)
Note to Editors (March 28, 1942)
Note to Editors (March 29, 1946)
Note to Editors (March 29, 1948)
Note to Editors (March 30, 1943)
Note to Editors (March 31, 1954)
Note to Editors (March 31, 1959)
Note to Editors (March 4, 1940)
Note to Editors (March 4, 1948)
Note to Editors (March 5, 1945)
Note to Editors (March 6, 1939)
Note to Editors (March 6, 1940)
Note to Editors (March 8, 1954)
Note to Editors (May 10, 1946)
Note to Editors (May 11, 1956)
Note to Editors (May 1, 1941)
Note to Editors (May 1, 1956)
Note to Editors (May 1, 1962)
Note to Editors (May 13, 1937)
Note to Editors (May 13, 1937)
Note to Editors (May 13, 1958)
Note to Editors (May 13, 1966)
Note to Editors (May 14, 1935?)
Note to Editors (May 15, 1945)
Note to Editors (May 17, 1935?)
Note to Editors (May 17, 1940)
Note to Editors (May 17, 1941)
Note to Editors (May 17, 1944)
Note to Editors (May 19, 1945)
Note to Editors (May 21, 1958)
Note to Editors (May 21, 1969)
Note to Editors (May 23, 1936)
Note to Editors (May 23, 1940)
Note to Editors (May 23, 1963)
Note to Editors (May 25, 1961)
Note to Editors (May 26, 1934)
Note to Editors (May 27, 1948)
Note to Editors (May 29, 1934)
Note to Editors (May 30, 1958)
Note to Editors (May 31, 1934)
Note to Editors (May 31, 1949)
Note to Editors (May 31, 1951)
Note to Editors (May 31, 1962)
Note to Editors (May 3, 1948)
Note to Editors (May 3, 1957)
Note to Editors (May 3, 1966)
Note to Editors (May 4, 1940)
Note to Editors (May 4, 1942)
Note to Editors (May 4, 1963)
Note to Editors (May 6, 1934)
Note to Editors (May 7, 1945)
Note to Editors (May 7, 1958)
Note to Editors (May 7, 1960)
Note to Editors (May 9, 1935?)
Note to Editors (November 10, 1967)
Note to Editors (November 11, 1955)
Note to Editors (November 1, 1966)
Note to Editors (November 14, 1967)
Note to Editors (November 15, 1942)
Note to Editors (November 16, 1938)
Note to Editors (November 16, 1949)
Note to Editors (November 19, 1942)
Note to Editors (November 20, 1959)
Note to Editors (November 2, 1945)
Note to Editors (November 2, 1957)
Note to Editors (November 22, 1935)
Note to Editors (November 22, 1950)
Note to Editors (November 23, 1934)
Note to Editors (November 23, 1959)
Note to Editors (November 24, 1961)
Note to Editors (November 26, 1939)
Note to Editors (November 28, 1967)
Note to Editors (November 7, 1933)
Note to Editors (November 8, 1957)
Note to Editors (November 9, 1953)
Note to Editors (October 11, 1944)
Note to Editors (October 1, 1964)
Note to Editors (October 14, 1955)
Note to Editors (October 16, 1935)
Note to Editors (October 16, 1942)
Note to Editors (October 19, 1962)
Note to Editors (October 20, 1933)
Note to Editors (October 20, 1948)
Note to Editors (October 21, 1933)
Note to Editors (October 2, 1939)
Note to Editors (October 25, 1941)
Note to Editors (October 26, 1945)
Note to Editors (October 28, 1957)
Note to Editors (October 29, 1942)
Note to Editors (October 29, 1969)
Note to Editors (October 30, 1946)
Note to Editors (October 30, 1962)
Note to Editors (October 31, 1944)
Note to Editors (October 31, 1955)
Note to Editors (October 31, 1957)
Note to Editors (October 3, 1939)
Note to Editors (October 6, 1934)
Note to Editors (October 7, 1934)
Note to Editors (September 11, 1942)
Note to Editors (September 11, 1953)
Note to Editors (September 1, 1933)
Note to Editors (September 1, 1969)
Note to Editors (September 13, 1956)
Note to Editors (September 13, 1966)
Note to Editors (September 14, 1933)
Note to Editors (September 15, 1948)
Note to Editors (September 15, 1953)
Note to Editors (September 15, 1965)
Note to Editors (September 16, 1942)
Note to Editors (September 17, 1956)
Note to Editors (September 18, 1946)
Note to Editors (September 18, 1949)
Note to Editors (September 19, 1933)
Note to Editors (September 19, 1939)
Note to editors (September 19, 1951)
Note to Editors (September 2, 1933)
Note to Editors (September 2, 1941)
Note to Editors (September 23, 1942)
Note to Editors (September 24, 1955)
Note to Editors (September 25, 1941)
Note to Editors (September 26, 1935)
Note to Editors (September 26, 1949)
Note to Editors (September 26, 1958)
Note to Editors (September 28, 1955)
Note to Editors (September 29, 1942)
Note to Editors (September 29, 1969)
Note to Editors (September 30, 1960)
Note to Editors (September 30, 1966)
Note to Editors (September 3, 1945)
Note to Editors (September 3, 1969)
Note to Editors (September 6, 1939)
Note to Editors (September 6, 1959)
Note to Editors (September 8, 1953)
Note to Editors (September 9, 1960)
Note to Editors (September 9, 1963)
Note to Editors : special for all Pearson subscribers (October 27, 1956)
Note to editors : this is an emergency column sent for use in case of christmas mail delays; we suggest that you also want to hold Pearson's regional stories for such use (December 25, 1954)
Note to Washington Merry-Go-Round editors (December 10, 1951)
Now the Russians got Berlin : Pearson promotion story (April 17, 1948)