Leo Dorfman comic
Disbelievers of spooks and spirits were challenged on the cover of every issue of "Ghosts" to read "True Tales of Weird and Supernatural." Each installment of the horror anthology series featured stories with surprise twist endings designed to send shivers down the spine. Contributors of the first issue included writer Leo Dorfman and artists Nick Cardy, Jim Aparo, Tony Dezuniga and Carmine Infantino. "Ghosts" obviously converted a large number of non-believers, as the series haunted the news stands for eleven years and 112 issues.
Lois disguises herself as actress Lois LaFlamme to try to get an interview with an ambassador. Honey in Hollywood and Peg teen stories by Henry Boltinoff. Lois Lane, Super-Chef, script by Otto Binder, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; Lois takes a job as a cook in a diner in order to be more attractive to Superman. Do You Know What's Behind a Law? public service announcement, script by Jack Schiff, art by Bob Brown