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This Treasure Chest comic was originally sourced from The Catholic University of America Archives. I have cropped, cleaned up and enhanced it using some or all of the following: XnView for Windows (great freeware program), MS Paint and Office 2010. When the Archive pages are of poor quality, which averages about 3-4 pages a comic, I have replaced with pages from my collection, providing I have a copy that will not be damaged due to scanning.
Volume: #13, Issue: #20 [246]
Published: June 5, 1958, Price: [none], Pages: 36, Editing: George G. Shalter
Color: Full Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S., Later Standard Silver Age U.S., Later Still Standard Modern Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Lipizzaners The World's Most Famous Horses
Credits: Pencils: Lloyd Ostendorf (signed) | Inks: Lloyd Ostendorf (signed)

Activity (1 page)
Featuring: Fun Page
Credits: Pencils: Bill Berry (signed) | Inks: Bill Berry (signed)

Comic Story (4 pages)
Featuring: The Spanish Riding School
Synopsis: The history of the famous Lipizzaner horses and how General George Patton saved them from destruction at the end of WWII.
Credits: Script: Norah Smaridge (credited) | Pencils: Lloyd Ostendorf (signed) | Inks: Lloyd Ostendorf (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction Historical
Characters: Emperor Charles VI Of Austria General George Patton Col. Podhajsky

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Chuck White and His Friends
Synopsis: The police set up a road block to trap Speed Kling with Chuck and Archie in hot pursuit. Pete manages to get control of Speed's steering wheel and swerves the vehicle off the road and into a muddy field, where they are arrested by the police. The hit and run victim is mending well and gets a ride of honor in a 1906 Franklin touring car. Mike Kelly has been judged the safest driver in the Automobile Safety Contest and Chuck White has been elected honorary member of the Junior Auto Club and must supervise the restoration of an old Stanley Steamer, much to his chagrin.
Credits: Script: Frank Moss [as Max Pine] (credited) | Pencils: Frank Borth (signed) | Inks: Frank Borth (signed)
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Chuck White Archie Freemont Speed Kling Pete Flynn Tommy Griffin Joe Sam

Comic Story (5 pages)
Featuring: Traitor's Luck
Synopsis: The true story of the secret plan to have Benedict Arnold captured and brought to justice for being a traitor. The plan failed and Arnold returned to England, where he lived a lonely life and died in obscurity.
Credits: Pencils: Rohan Baltes (signed) | Inks: Rohan Baltes (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction History Military
Characters: Sergeant Major Champe Benedict Arnold George Washington

Comic Story (2 pages)
Featuring: Relics Of The Past On The Clothes Of Today
Synopsis: There once was a purpose for things like cuffs on trousers, but today they are only relics of the past. A look at how men's clothing has changed over the years and the reason behind it.
Genre: Non-fiction Fashion Historical

Comic Story (2 pages) Canin' Ball
Featuring: Those Were The Days
Synopsis: During a baseball game between Cleveland and Boston, the ball was hit into the outfield and rolled into an empty tin can. The fielder couldn't get the ball out of the can, so he threw the can and ball still in it to the catcher, who tagged the runner with the can. The umpire ruled the runner safe, because the rules say you have to tag the runner with the ball and not a can.
Genre: Non-fiction Historical Sports

Comic Story (4 pages)
Featuring: You Are Citizens--Now!
Synopsis: Police Sgt. Brennan takes a look back at all of the good works that the Civics Clubbers have performed during the last year and organizes a dinner to honor their accomplishments, with Treasure Chest editor Joseph Schaller in attendance.
Credits: Pencils: Bill Martin (signed) | Inks: Bill Martin (signed)
Genre: Advocacy
Characters: Sgt. Brennan Mike Treasure Chest Editor Joseph Schaller Wingate Snell

Text Article (2 pages) Planning Your Future
Featuring: Let's Face It!
Credits: Script: Father Conroy (credited) | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (7 pages)
Featuring: Blind Man's Bluff
Synopsis: Timmy gets his hands free in time to grab the steering wheel of the runnaway car and swerves into a lightpole to stop. Shep is holding Larry for the police, who arrive and arrest him. Matt is recovering in the hospital and is reunited with Shep.
Credits: Script: Ruth Geller (credited) | Pencils: P. Karch (signed) | Inks: P. Karch (signed)
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Timmy Matt Larry Shep

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Pierre
Synopsis: Pierre sees fox hunters carry bugles so he brings his accordion.
Genre: Humor
Characters: Pierre

Illustration (1 page) Feast of St. Joachim August 16
Credits: Pencils: Wilbur G. Adam (credited) | Inks: Wilbur G. Adam (credited)
Genre: Religious

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