True Comics, Inc. (a subsidiary of the publishers of Parents' Magazine). Printed in the U.S.A.
Publication office: 4600 Diversey Avenue, Chicago 39, Illinois.
Executive and editorial office: 52 Vanderbilt Ave., New York 17, New York.
On sale date from the publication date reported to the U.S. Copyright Office found in the Catalog of Copyright Entries, Third Series, Volume I, Part 2, Numbers 1 and 2, Periodicals, 1946-1947. Class B periodical. Copyright registration number B20338.
First of a series. Office of Strategic Services
Last in a series.
Joseph H. Park is listed as a Professor of History at New York University.
Louis Wolfe is listed as being of the New York City School System.
Puzzle-story where the answer to the problem presented is found on the "Truly Comic" page.
True Comics subscription coupon at the bottom 1/4 of pages 4 and 5 of this story.
Jokes and gags submitted by Curtis Van Etten (Mendota, Illinois), Dorene Nemer (Brandywine, West Virginia), Peter Zambito (Brooklyn, New York), Dorothea Orne (Stockholm, Wisconsin), Keith Charles (Brookdale, Manitoba), Morris Goldberg (Forest Hills, New York), John Gostanian (Lawrence, Massachusetts), Peter Jones (McIntosh, South Dakota), Dolores Brown (Yuba City, California), Sarah Tallamy (Albany, New York), Arthur Zuckerman (Brooklyn, New York), Phyllis Philipsen (Lincoln, Nebraska), David Towns (Orange, California), Vally Jane Howley (Wallace, Idaho); George Burritt (Stratford, Connecticut), Norma Nicase (Pittsburgh, Kansas), George Maclean (Lewiston, Maine), Robert Guerin (Portsmouth, Rhode Island), Ann Davison (New York, New York), Margaret Wilkins (Sycamore, Oregon), Joseph Dunn (Trenton, New Jersey), and James (Jas.) Moruin Beall (Albuquerque, New Mexico).
These pages also includes the answer to the puzzle-story "What Would You Do?": advertisement for Flight Jacket Insignias from Insignia Mart of New York, New York; and where to write to for school and camp information from Parents' Magazine.