Indicia states "Crime Clinic", cover states "The Crime Clinic".
Cover art credit from David Saunders, Norman Saunders' son, via e-mail (January 6, 2008)
John Prentice is credited to both pencils and ink on "The Crime Clinic" by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and his excellent hands and long sober faces with rounded lips here, are like his Rip Kirby art.
McCann can be identified here by his old faces with long noses, pointed ears, small chin and very much flat black inking instead of Kinstler's many pen-lines. Notice also the peculiar pointed caps of police officers, which can be found in most of his stories in Hillman's "Frogman" comics. He drew the Classics Illustrated "The Conspiracy of Pontiac" and "Off on a Comet". This is the best reference to McCann. The original indexer credited the pencils and inks to "Everett Raymond Kinstler"
This is the same artist credited by Jim Vadaboncouer as the most probable artist for several stories in "Wild Boy" as "Frank Kramer," and his art has some similarities to both Kinstler and mostly McCann, with all his black inking and little action. The best reference is to look at his story "Perilous Journey" in Wild Boy #6. He is not as elaborate in inklines as Kinstler is. The original indexer credited the pencils and inks to "Everett Kinstler ?".
Bottom half of page is ad for book on Hypnosis.