Cover possibly by Creig Flessel
In 'Federal Men' (by Siegel and Shuster), Steve Carson puts a stop to smugglers sneaking Chinese people into the country, but of greater importance is the proper establishment of the Junior Federal Men Club. As I predicted, they're asking for money. Still, given the social crusading that Siegel and Shuster often do in their stories, I sense a genuine desire on their part to create a group of youngsters dedicated to helping the country. Perhaps I'm a sucker, but it feels sincere to me.
'Detective Sergeant Carey' (by Joe Donohoe) has been captured by some Chinese criminals this month. I don't blame them personally, given the frequency with which he throws the word "chink" around. I'd be perfectly happy if he never escaped.