Cora Blackett’s father, editor of the ” Western Sun ” in America in 1880, had been kidnapped by tycoon Harley Barnwell, who wanted to silence the newspaper’s campaign to stop Moonridge Forest from being felled. But Cora took over the paper herself with the help of her Indian friend, Red Flower, and Tom, the printer. Cora organised a torchlight protest ride—but an angry Mr Buckley, the paper’s New York owner, turned up.
- Art: Bert Hill
Deadline for Cora – Judy: #1216 (30 April 1983) – #1222 (11 June 1983)