Lois Lane gets the cover and the core of this story, by Woolfolk, Boring and Kaye.
It opens as Superman flies out to help at a disaster, and discovers Lois Lane there, dressed as Florence Nightengale, and acting as a nurse.
Superman figures out that Lois has gone insane after seeing him change from Clark into Superman, and is taking on the identities of the various women she recently wrote about in a special article on notable women for the Daily Planet.
He pulls a trick to make her think she saw both men at the same time, which restores her mind. Sigh. These kind of stories need to be really fun to work. This isn’t.
Congo Bill’s logo has changed in this story, for reasons I will mention a bit further down, but it’s worth noting that Janu the Jungle Boy now receives credit as well, although the creative team of Miller and Smalle do not.
The story has Congo Bill become concerned when Janu starts paying a lot of attention to a young girl as they guide her father on a safari. But the story also has a man trying to kill Bill, and the father is really an impostor. It’s very complicated for the few pages it runs. But Bill is relieved at the end when Janu tells him he was only concerned for the girl’s safety, and not in love with her. I guess Congo Bill still holds his heart.
Oh, remember my comment about the logo? It has been changed to match that of Congo Bill’s new, short lived, book. The ad is actually from issue 197.
Vigilante has his final story, by Howard Sherman, in this issue.
Greg Sanders is starring in a movie as a singing cowboy, but they are concerned that the stunts are too dangerous for him, and hire Vigilante to do them. So Greg has to run around, pretending to be two people. There is also a man trying to kill him, just to add to the drama.
Stuff does not appear in this story, he made his final bow in the previous issue.
At some point after this story, the Vigilante teamed with the other Seven Soldiers of Victory against the Nebula Man, and Vigilante got sent back in time to the old west, where he remained until rescued by the Justice League and Justice Society, in the big Unknown Soldier of Victory storyline in the early 70s. But another Vigilante, Greg Saunders (instead of Sanders), had already appeared by then, also in the pages of Justice League of America.
Stuff would not return until the Vigilante series in World’s Finest, in the late 70s.