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March 21, 1942
Keep Up with the World
by Freling Foster, pp. 6-7 -
, pp. 8-10 -
by Charles L. Clifford, pp. 11-12 -
The Filipino who almost made a mistake
Three Men and a Girl
by Frank Gervasi, p. 13 -
The foursome that rules Brazil
A Mighty Man Was He
by Samuel W. Taylor, p. 14 -
And he met the happy fate of all of his kind
The Corporal Sees His Duty
by Kyle Crichton, p. 15 -
Further notes on the astonishing career of Cobina Wright, Jr.
Iron Man McGowan
by Sam Balter and Hannibal Coons, p. 16 -
The grand young man of ice skating
The Short Short Story
by Talbot Johns, p. 17 -
Death of a Truck
March into Spring
by Henry L. Jackson, p. 18 -
You might as well be well-dressed
Masquerade in Miami, Conclusion
by Octavus Roy Cohen, p. 19 -
The Antic Assassins of Geary
by Joseph Kesselring, p. 20 -
Direct action by some enterprising octogenarians
Taking No Chances
by Francis Biddle, p. 21 -
The Attorney General tells you what we're doing about enemy aliens
The New Honolulu
by Lester Petrie, pp. 22-31 -
The mayor of Honolulu speaks for his determined people
China Gold, seventh of eleven parts
by Pearl S. Buck, pp. 32-49 -
Our Fighting Men
, pp. 50-65 -
, pp. 66-68 -
What We Are Fighting
Keep Dies on the Job
How to Be Popular though Married
by Harry Morse Meyers, -
"Our American Pravda"
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