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    The Saturday Evening Post [v214 #38, March 21, 1942] (10½″ x 13½″, cover by Norman Rockwell) [] (Full Text)
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • 9 · The Terrible-Tempered Dr. Barnes [Part 1 of 4] · Carl W. McCardle · ar; A fighting art collector builds a legend with his millions.
    • 12 · Night Stalk · C. S. Forester · ss; Captain Crowe’s flotilla on the loose, an Italian sub being “It.”
    • 14 · B, and the Beanstalk · Frank Taylor · ar; Horticultural magician gives Nature a shot in the arm.
    • 16 · Come Dance with Me · John Hawkins · ss; A lovely dancer prepares to trade fame for revenge.
    • 18 · Indiana Redhead · Hubert J. Wolfe & Arnold Nicholson · ar; All about the rose industry, with color pix to boot.
    • 20 · Women Are Very Interesting to Live With · I. Holt · ss; and Will Henning discovered some in a very interesting way.
    • 22 · Shake-Up Cruise [Crunch & Des] · Philip Wylie · ss; Crunch and Des and the Poseidon mix it with some bombs.
    • 24 · Tall in the Saddle [Part 3 of 8] · Gordon Ray Young · sl; Our hero is sent to a lonely cabin. But why?
    • 27 · The Jews Are Different · Waldo Frank · ar; A Jewish intellectual joins the argument.
    • 30 · Murder in the OPM [Part 5 of 6] · Leslie Ford · sl; A suspect is attacked.
    • 34 · The Barber of Brooklyn · Richard G. Hubler · ar; profile of Red Barber, the Dodgers’ own announcer. A rags-to-radio epic.






    The Saturday Evening Post [v214 #43, April 25, 1942] (10¢, 10½″ x 13½″, cover by Gene Pelham) [] (Full Text)
    Details taken from eBay listing.
    • · Love Is a Proud and Gentle Thing · Dorothy Thomas · ss; Hired girls should know their place-wherever it is.
    • · Depth Charge · C. S. Forester · ss; The HMS Apache brings danger to Brooklyn.
    • · Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus · Doug Welch · ss; Happy Digby perpetrates some corn and solves a crime.
    • · Man’s Got to Start Somewhere · Richard Heckman · ss; Henry decided to get married before he fit for the Union.
    • · Case Without Stars · Harry Klingsberg · ss; Attorney Doowinkle solves the puzzle of the reluctant witness.
    • · Wasps of War · Stevens Rayleigh · ar; How Europe’s soldiers of the night wage guerilla warfare.
    • · What’s Wrong with Revolution · Demaree Bess · ar; After all, we revolted ourselves some time ago.
    • · Flit-Gun Jake · Lewis B. Funke · ar; This muscle man massages champions to victory.
    • · The Older the Gag, The Louder the Laugh · Henry A. Reese · ar; And here’s how Abbot and Costello have proved it.
    • · Going. Going, Not Yet Gone · Ivan Dmitri · ar; Sentimental journey via narrow gauge (Color photographs).
    • · Japan’s Islands of Mystery · Willard Price · ar; An American scientist saw what he shouldn’t have seen.
    • · Ride the Man Down [Part 4 of 7] · Luke Short · sl
    • · Tall in the Saddle [Part 8 of 8] · Gordon Ray Young · sl
    • · Song of the Shy Moon · Robert D. Abrahams · pm
    • · To a Highland Grandmother · Helen Paige Phillips · pm
    • · Footnote for the Future · Audred Roberts · pm
    • · The Devil and Brother Ransom · Dorothy Kissling · pm



    The Saturday Evening Post [v214 #45, May 9, 1942] (10¢, 10½″ x 13½″, cover by W. W. Calvert) [] (Full Text)
    Details taken from eBay listing.
    • · The Skipper’s Flag · Jacland Marmur · ss; U.S. destroyer squadron goes after revenge in the Pacific.
    • · A Plague Upon You, Mrs. B · Colin G. Jameson · ss; Mamu dies (temporarily) in the interests of civic improvement.
    • · A Girl Can Remember · David Lamson · ss; A wanderer’s way with a maid. Will this one be successful.
    • · Escape from Djbouti · Ida Treat · ss; Two women, one black and one white, helped Pete Norton.
    • · The Bear · William Faulkner · na; Boy meets bear after years of stalking.
    • · Hunger Won’t Beat the Axis · Karl Brandt · ar; An economist describes Germany’s design for eating.
    • · Tenth man on a Ball Club · Tom Meany · ar; Al Schacht tells you what a third-base coach does and why.
    • · What Hitler Wants You to Think · [Misc.] · ar; Do you believe the 15 Lies Hitler Wants You to Believe.
    • · Not Quite Heaven · Dr. George Lawton · ar; Providing real homes for the aged.
    • · Headaches of a Headwaiter · Maurice Zolotow · ar; Try Albert’s formula on your next dinner guests.
    • · The People Nobody Wants · Frank J. Taylor · ar; The West Coast Japanese left some big problems behind.
    • · War Slang · William D. Bayles · ar
    • · Assignment in Brittany [Part 2 of 8] · Helen MacInnes · sl
    • · Ride the Man Down [Part 6 of 7] · Luke Short · sl
    • · A Son Remembers His Mother · Joseph Auslander · pm
    • · Caprice · Louise Owen · pm




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