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Issue: #5
Published: November 1948, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format:
Notes: Printed by the Eastern Color Printing Co. Covers printed and books bound by The Curtiss Way Corp., Meriden, Conn.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Ed Moore | Inks: Ed Moore
Characters: Alvino Rey Margaret Whiting

Comic Story (1 page) Margaret Whiting
Featuring: Sweetheart of the Juke Box
Synopsis: Profile of Margaret Whiting.
Credits: Script: Phil Berube | Pencils: Phil Berube | Inks: Phil Berube | Letters: Phil Berube
Characters: Margaret Whiting

Comic Story (4 pages) Alvino Rey
Synopsis: Young Alvino Rey applies his knowledge of electronics to music.
Credits: Pencils: Ed Moore | Inks: Ed Moore
Characters: Alvino Rey Lee DeForest

Comic Story (3 pages) Lawrence Welk...The Dance at Wizard's Gulch!
Synopsis: Lawrence finds that his band is booked to play in a ghost town.
Credits: Pencils: Jimmy Thompson | Inks: Jimmy Thompson | Letters: Jimmy Thompson
Characters: Lawrence Welk

Comic Story (4 pages) Randy Brooks
Synopsis: Randy is forced to choose between music and basketball.
Credits: Pencils: Henry C. Kiefer | Inks: Henry C. Kiefer
Characters: Randy Brooks Rudy Vallee

Text Article (2 pages) Your Record Review
Synopsis: Reviews of records by Tommy Dorsey, Margaret Whiting, Billy Eckstine, John Laurenz, The Squadronaires, Gordon MacRae, Spike Jones, Helen Forrest, Roy Eldridge, Johnny Stone, Perry Como, Barclay Allen, Vera Lynn, Dick "Two-Ton" Baker, Count Basie, Stan Kenton, Bob Houston, Lionel Hampton, Frankie Laine, Muriel Adams, Sam Browne, Patti Page, Ray McKinley, The Starlighters, Johnny Desmond, Anne Shelton, Ray Bauduc, Art Tatum, King Cole Trio, Noro Morales, Larry Adler, Jack Fina, Freddy Slack, Mark Warnow, Frank DeVol.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (4 pages) Carmen Cavallaro The Poet of the Piano
Synopsis: Carmen reminisces about some the wacky things that have happened to him.
Credits: Pencils: Al Thompson | Inks: Al Thompson
Characters: Carmen Cavallaro President Franklin Roosevelt

Comic Story (3 pages) Cab Calloway Dean of American Jive
Synopsis: Cab throws a dinner party and discovers that he left his wallet in his hotel room.
Credits: Pencils: Jerry Fasano | Inks: Jerry Fasano
Characters: Cab Calloway

Comic Story (4 pages) Charlie Spivak
Synopsis: Charlie honors the woman responsible for his tag of "the man plays the sweetest trumpet player in the world."
Credits: Pencils: Jerry Fasano | Inks: Jerry Fasano
Characters: Charlie Spivak Mrs. Brown

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Jivey and Grovy
Synopsis: The gang goes skiing and meets an egotistical skiing champ.
Credits: Pencils: Mike Roy | Inks: Mike Roy
Genre: Teen
Characters: Jivey Groovy

Comic Story (5 pages) Sam Donahue
Synopsis: Sam finds an unexpected fill-in whe he goes on a one night stand.
Credits: Pencils: Jimmy Thompson | Inks: Jimmy Thompson
Characters: Sam Donahue Berry Foster

Text Article (2 pages) Duke Ellington
Synopsis: A brief account of Duke Ellington's career.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Biography
Characters: Duke Ellington Flo Ziegfield

Comic Story (1 page) Ginny Simms, Ella Fitzgerald, Ted Weems, Perry Como, Mel Torme
Synopsis: Caricatures, portraits and anecdotes of several musical stars with the focus on Ginny Simms.
Credits: Script: Phil Berube | Pencils: Phil Berube | Inks: Phil Berube | Letters: Phil Berube
Characters: Ginny Simms Ella Fitzgerald Ted Weems Perry Como Mel Torme

Comic Story (4 pages) The Three Suns
Synopsis: How The Three Suns got together and caused a traffic jam with their first performance.
Credits: Pencils: Jay (signed) | Inks: Jay (signed)
Characters: Al Nevins Morty Nevins Artie Dunn

Comic Story (1 page) Lena Horne, Sammy Kaye, Guy Lombardo, Peter Lind Hayes, The Three Suns
Synopsis: Caricatures, portraits and anecdotes about different musical stores.
Credits: Script: Phil Berube | Pencils: Phil Berube | Inks: Phil Berube | Letters: Phil Berube
Characters: Lena Horne Sammy Kaye Guy Lombardo Peter Lind Hayes The Three Suns

Comic Story (3 pages) Morey Amsterdam America's First Josh Dickey
Synopsis: Morey interviews a horse on his radio show.
Credits: Pencils: Jerry Fasano | Inks: Jerry Fasano
Characters: Morey Amsterdam Gallant Bess

Comic Story (1 page) Milena Miller, Miguelito Valdes, Vic Damone, Johnny Long, Harry James
Synopsis: Caricatures, portraits and anecdotes of several musical stars.
Credits: Script: Phil Berube | Pencils: Phil Berube | Inks: Phil Berube | Letters: Phil Berube
Characters: Milena Miller Miguelito Valdes Vic Damone Johnny Long Harry James

Advertisement (1 page) Make MOney with Your Own Juke Box Bank
Featuring: American Merchandising Company
Synopsis: Coin bank that flashes "It's Wise to Be Thrifty", but it doesn't play music.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Advertisement (1 page) America's Greatest Junior Typewriter Value!
Featuring: American Merchandising Company
Synopsis: Ad for the Simplex POrtable Typewriter. Only $2.98 postpaid.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Advertisement (1 page) Beginners! Experts! America's Finest Harmonica
Featuring: Jim Major, the Harmonica Man
Synopsis: Ad for a harmonica and an illustrated instruction course.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Advertisement (1 page) Johnny's Solid Smashes in One Super-album!
Featuring: Capitol Records
Synopsis: Ad for Johnny Mercer's latest Capitol Album CC-101.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Characters: Johnny Mercer

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