The Saturday Evening Post - June 20, 1942: I Escaped From Hong Kong / Taylor Spink Volume 214, Number 51

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Features: Bible of Baseball - Taylor Spink and his 'The Sporting News' prove fans can take it by the ream; Treasure on the Ocean Floor - Gulf-coast Greeks go down, sponges come up; Tokyo Calls the Tune - Hitler rediscovers the Yellow Peril - Tokyo style; Russia Will Hold This Summer - by former U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union, Joseph E. Davies; How to Have Fun With Weeds - Don't Dump them at the garden's edge - eat them; Dorothy Lamour - Big Pie Plate - Jack Price is a demon dish salesman; I Escaped from Hong Kong (last of 3 articles) - flight across China, from Hong Kong's horrors, by Jan Henrik Marsman; Should Congress Vote a Sales Tax to Finance the War? Stories: Where is Tita?; Pike Pohlman Invades a Barony; Four-Cornered Turn; Destroyer from America; The Ranger Takes a Honeymoon; The Case of the Careless Kitten (part 5 of 8); Assignment in Brittany (conclusion). 102 pages. Nice color-illustrated one-page Mack Truck ad shows army green dump truck being loaded with earth. Interesting Bostitch ad shows huge stapler about to staple a prone Japanese soldier. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A well-preserved copy of this vintage WWII-era issue.; Cover Illustration; Folio