Saturday Morning Western Pulp: Fighting Western, July 1950
A pretty good cover and for the most part a bunch of writers I haven't heard of in this issue of FIGHTING WESTERN. Ray Townsend is a familiar name on Western pulp TOCs, and Lew Merrill was really long-time pulpster Victor Rousseau. Karl R. Kasky wrote only a handful of stories, but he sold them to different publishers so there's a pretty good chance that was his real name. John Kane smacks of a house name to me, and Paul Hanna definitely is. But I'll bet it was a fairly entertaining issue anyway.