Captain Anderson, his sister June and Clark Kent are in the office of Perry White. Not wanting to reveal his Superman identity, or cast any suspicions Clark says a friend in the Coast Guard found, and gave the oilskin package to him, Clark then produces the package of papers needed to put Denine and Pemberton in prison for good. It also includes letters to the company’s western representative named Bailey. June then says that Pemberton and Denine have a house in Green Park on 23 Durant Street. Clark leaves to see if there’s something in the house that police might have missed.
When the houseboy refuses to let Clark Kent into the house, Superman pays the houseboy a more persuasive visit. He overhears a phone conversation between the houseboy and Pemberton. Pemberton says that he and Denine are in Canyon City, Idaho, a city that is very near where the North Star Mine is located. Superman scares the houseboy into keeping his visit a secret.
Clark Kent later theorizes that the pair of con men plan to blow up the mine to destroy proof that there’s no gold in the mine. He then convinces Perry White to let him take an airplane to Canyon City with June and her brother. When the plane flies over the Rocky Mountains, ice begins to form on the wings. The pilot can’t fly lower to warmer air in order to remove the ice because the mountain peaks are too high. Clark volunteers to go out on the wings to remove the ice, and he suddenly disappears from the airplane wing.
–summarized from a review by James Lantz on supermanhomepage.com. To read the full review, and more like it, visit the Review Page on the Superman Home Page.
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