1952/09/20 — Cover design by Dick Sargent.
Complete contents picked up from the contents page of this issue are as follows:
4 SHORT STORIES:
- “Someone to Look After Her” by Ruth Lamson and illustrated by Edwin Georgi
- “Pretection Money” by Jerome Ellison and illustrated by Rudy Pott
- “The Tiger Is Loose!” by John Reese and illustrated by Stan Galli
- “No Mercy” by Bennett Foster and illustrated by Fred Ludekens
- “The Vengeance of Yat Chuen” by William Chamberlain and illustrated by Mead Schaeffer
- Bears Are No Darn Good! by Harold H. Martin about bears in the Big Smokies of North Carolina
- They Do as They Please–and Get Paid by Charles Rawlings
- We Conquered Fear for Our Child’s Sake by William M. Shull
- Those Campaign-Train Monkeyshines by Sidney Shalett
- Can Any Man Living Beat Him? by Al Hirschberg about Rocky Marciano
- Nothing’s Too Good for a Congressman! by Ernest Leiser
- Stalin’s Secret War Plans by Gen. Alexei Markoff
- Down to the Sea by Subway by Stanley Washburn Jr.
- What Has Wide-Open Gambling Done to Nevada? by Robert Laxalt
- “The Lady Broke the Rules” — Conclusion by Margaret Culkin Banning and illustrated by Joe De Mers
- “Father Came Home!” — Part 4 of 7 by Robert Carson and illustrated by Thornton Utz
- Keeping Posted
- Post Scripts
- Remember When?