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Volume: #14, Issue: #14 [260]
Published: March 12, 1959, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Joseph G. Schaller (editor); Victor Keuping (art director); Carl Beachum (copy editor)
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)
Featuring: Let Freedom Ring!
Credits: Pencils: Lloyd Ostendorf (signed) | Inks: Lloyd Ostendorf (signed)
Characters: Joe Esterhazy Steve Esterhazy

Activity (1 page)
Featuring: Fun Page
Synopsis: Three activities. Study the six clues and complete the six words in the word square. Cut the figure into four sections as shown and see if you can rearrange them to form a square. Fill in the empty squares so that each line adds to 30 in all directions. Build the word pyramid by adding a letter to fit the definition and then continue by adding a new letter on each line to those used in the previous definition.
Credits: Pencils: Bill Berry (signed) | Inks: Bill Berry (signed)

Comic Story (7 pages)
Featuring: Let Freedom Ring!
Synopsis: The Civics Clubbers see factory workers on strike and ask Sister Concillia about workers and unions. She shows them a film that tells the Church's stance on management and labor. In 1885, Pope Leo XIII issued his great letter "On The Condition of Labor," and 40 years later, Pope Pius XI defended Pope Leo XIII's principles from misunderstanding and extended them to modern problems. Both Popes insisted that workers be paid a living wage and that governments should pass laws to protect the working man. Joe remembered that under communism, they were always asked to work faster and paid poorly.
Credits: Pencils: Lloyd Ostendorf (signed) | Inks: Lloyd Ostendorf (signed)
Genre: Drama Advocacy
Characters: Joe Esterhazy Stephen Esterhazy Sister Concillia Pope Leo XIII Pope Pius XII

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Chuck White and His Friends
Synopsis: After the incident with the other team, basketball competition has been suspended until further notice. After what happened, Fr. Carroll tells Slim he can't recommend him for the Phys-Ed position. Chuck has proof that Red is the owner of The Barnstormers and uses his sports commentator position to recruit youngsters for the team. Nobody at school will speak with Flagpole and he thinks about signing with the Barnstormers. Not knowing that Slim is Red's agent, Flagpole takes Slim's advice to sign. Just as Chuck arrives, Eddy's model rocket explodes and injures Eddy and his playmate.
Credits: Script: Frank Moss [as Max Pine] (credited) | Pencils: Frank Borth (signed) | Inks: Frank Borth (signed)
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Chuck White Stuart (Flagpole) Boyd Slim Gunther Eddy Gunther Father Carroll Red Jones;

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: The Note-Book
Synopsis: The story of Joseph Haydn. He showed musical talent at a very early age. He became known as the "Father of the Symphony." At the age of 50, he befriended a penniless composer named Mozart. In 1790, he went to Vienna to see Beethoven, a student who he had met on his way to England. They disagreed in their approach to music and were two different types of musical geniuses who didn't get along. He died in 1809.
Credits: Script: Sydney Walter (credited) | Pencils: Syl. Sowinski (signed) | Inks: Syl. Sowinski (signed)
Genre: Historical
Characters: Franz Joseph Haydn Johann Matthias Frankh George Reutter Maria Theresa Pietro Metastasio Prince Esterhazy Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Ludwig Von Beethoven Johann Elssler

Comic Story (7 pages) Part IV Marooned on a Doomed World!
Featuring: Kidnapped by a Space Ship!
Synopsis: The group enters the empty flying saucer. It takes off and brings them to an underground facility. They follow a dark, narrow corridor, which take them to an elevator. The door closes and the elevator drops many stories. When the door opens, they meet Cufocr and Gecher. They learn that a strange disease has wiped out three-fourth's of the world's population. A rogue planet had entered their solar system and was being attracted toward their sun. The wandering planet struck the moon and killed everything on the surface of the planet. Now, there are only a handful of survivors on the planet.
Credits: Script: Frances E. Crandall (credited) | Pencils: Frank Moss [as F. M.] (signed) | Inks: Frank Moss [as F. M.] (signed)
Genre: Adventure Science Fiction
Characters: Colonel Martin Jean Martin Tom Pratt Dr. Ney Cufocr Gecher

Cartoon (1 page)
Featuring: Space Fun
Credits: Pencils: John Norris (signed) | Inks: John Norris (signed)
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (3 pages)
Featuring: Patsy Manners
Synopsis: Lessons from Patsy, on how to be polite on a bus, in the street, in school, at the soda fountain and in church.
Credits: Pencils: Ozella Welch (signed) | Inks: Ozella Welch (signed)
Genre: Drama Teen
Characters: Patsy Manners

Text Article (2 pages) Adults Should Think as Youth Thinks
Featuring: You're Important!
Synopsis: Text article with three accompanying illustrations.
Credits: Script: Father Jack | Letters: typeset
Genre: Religious

Cartoon (1 page) End of the Line
Featuring: Pierre
Genre: Humor
Characters: Pierre

Illustration (1 page) Feast of St. Joseph March 19
Credits: Pencils: Wilbur G. Adam ? | Inks: Wilbur G. Adam ?
Genre: Religious
Characters: St. Joseph

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