Many stories deal with Superman performing operations, or showing medical training. The one in Action 191 (April 1954), entitled “Calling Doctor Superman,” does not.
Instead, Hamilton, Boring and Kaye relate a tale in which a man is shot by a bullet that Supermna is particularly interested in retrieving. To stay near him, Clark Kent convinces the small town doctor attending the man that he is sick as well.
Lois Lane shows up, hearing that Clark is sick. She recognizes the hoodlum in the next bed, and notices that Clark seem healthy, so figures there must be a scoop involved, and sticks around to nurse him. So the story descends into the normal territory of fooling Lois, and all the while helping the doctor as Superman as he gets phony emeergency calls to draw him away.
It’s all a bit more comedy than adventure, culminating in a scene where Superman makes the bad guys, who have kidnapped Lois, cause everyone kidnaps Lois, into thinking that they all have come down with a deadly swamp fever.
Congo Bill is in Saigon in this story by Miller and Smalle, when his help is sought in bringing a wild boy in from the jungle to receive proper schooling. The white boy’s father was killed, leaving him an orphan, and he has been raised by animals. So basically, he is Mowgli. But in Saigon.
Congo Bill finds the boy, whose name is Janu, although he asks to be called Johnny, as his US pen pal calls him. Somehow he learned how to speak English though having a pen pal. This kid is a genius. He also displays a lot of resourcefulness in the wilds.
Congo Bill discovers that the boy is taking correspondence courses by mail. Exactly how he does this strains the imagination, but Bill accepts it as true, and decides the boy does not need proper schooling. Janu remains a supporting character, although for the next few stories he continues to live in the wold, being visited by Bill. The stories move location to India, so Janu really gets around. At the start of the story in the following issue, Bill is calling him Johnny, but the boy asks to be called Janu again, as that is what his father called him.