The date for this Spirit section should be 12-30-41 and not the 28th.
the date matches with GCD, in most newspapers this issue was published on Dec 28, 1941. For some reason, this paper printed it on the 30th.
Was the Parkchester Review a weekly paper only coming out on Tuesdays?
December 28, 1941 | Price: 0.00 FREE | Pages: 8
The Christmas Spirit: A Trilogy (8 pages)
Script: Will Eisner | Pencils: Will Eisner | Inks: Will Eisner | Colors: Joe Kubert | Letters: Sam Rosen
Genre: Adventure; Detective-mystery
"You men can stay up if you like, but I'm going to bed!!" (4 pages)
Brenda tells her invited friends that she is going to bed on this Christmas Eve night and they can stay up if they wish. Hours later, two figures enter Brenda's Aunt's home and puts a "special" Christmas gift under the tree....a ticking package set to go off as twelve o'clock!
Script: Nick Cardy [as N. Viscardi and Ford Davis] (signed) | Pencils: Nick Cardy [as N. Viscardi and Ford Davis] (signed) | Inks: Nick Cardy [as N. Viscardi] (signed)
Genre: Adventure; Detective-mystery | Characters: Lady Luck [Brenda Banks]; Jim Scott; Peecolo; Chigger
Signed "N. Viscardi" in panel 7 on page 3; also signed as "Ford Davis" in last panel of story
Boy Killer to Die Tomorrow (4 pages)
Three crime fighters investigate the case of an innocent boy sentenced to death.
Script: Bob Powell [as S. R. Powell] | Pencils: Bob Powell [as S. R. Powell] | Inks: Bob Powell [as S. R. Powell]
Genre: Superhero | Characters: Mr. Mystic; Chowderhead; Spirit; Lady Luck; Peecolo; Ebony White; Tommy Carter; Boss Morey; Sam the Stool Pigeon; Plapp; Droop
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