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April 11, 1942
Keep Up with the World
by Freling Foster, pp. 6-7 -
, pp. 8-10 -
by Sax Rohmer, pp. 11-12 -
The story of a strange and beautiful vengeance
by Ernest Haycox, p. 13 -
Romance may be blind---but it can be made to see
The Perils of Judy
by Luther Davis and John Cleveland, p. 14 -
Judith Evelyn road to success on disaster
by Walter Davenport, pp. 15-16 -
What the Japanese will meet if they attack the Panama Canal
by S. Kip Farrington, Jr., p. 17 -
Toughest, fightin'est fish of them all---Senor Albacora
Our Fighting Men
, p. 18 -
China Gold, tenth of eleven parts
by Pearl S. Buck, p. 19 -
Moving Finger, third of eight parts
by Agatha Christie, p. 20 -
Your Sugar Bowl Blows Up
by Frank S. Taylor, p. 21 -
With the Axis Powers on the receiving end
Action at Sea
by Thomas H. Raddall, pp. 22-24 -
Roll along, Wavy Navy, roll along!
The Short Short Story
by William E. Brandon, pp. 25-30 -
by H.J. Timperley, pp. 31-65 -
"Cocky" Bennett, boss of the Aussies
, pp. 66-68 -
Aggressive, But Not Crazy
Boom Year for Babies
Some Sugar and Some Saps
by Ronald McLeod, -
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