UPDATE: I couldn't identify the Superman story; darkmark has supplied the citation. The reason I missed it: I had misidentified an earlier script as "Super Manor"—going by the cover, it seems to me now; I IDed most of these in a batch almost two years ago.
Woolfolk has evidently been told there are no more Captain Marvel Jr. stories needed, but this month sees the last Captain Marvel-related story he writes, as Fawcett's reign of comic book publishing nears its end.
"Murderous Cargo" is an instance where, instead of changing a title, Orbit changes a character name: real-life Lucky Luciano becomes fictional Louie Lusto in the published story.
October 1952 Comic Book Scripts by William Woolfolk
|6 pg||Captain Marvel||thief from the past|
|"CM and the Thief from the Past" CM Advs 147, Aug/53|
|2||Prescription for Happiness||girl loves a gambler|
|[untitled PFH] Love Diary 33, Feb/53|
|12||Superman||town that didn't want Super|
|"Super Manor" Action 179, Apr/53|
|5||Frogman||his majesty, frogboy|
|"Frogman in Purple" Frogman 10, Apr/53|
|10||Killer Guns||supplier of guns to the underworld|
|"For Hire . . . Guns for Killers" Wanted 53, Apr/53|
|7||The Mirror Man||a man in a mirror|
|"The Man in the Mirror" Out of the Shadows 8, Apr/53|
|5||Nothing Can Save Her||doctor loves a vampire|
|"Nothing Can Save Her" Advs into Darkness 9, Apr/53|
|1||Wanted script||"Raymond Wilt" Wanted 53, Apr/53|
|"The Underworld Bank" Detective 194, Apr/53|
|7||Moll||story of a girl who falls for a gangster|
|"Moll!" Love Journal 18, Apr/53|
|7||Murderous Cargo||Lucky Luciano wants to get back to the U.S.A.|
|"Murderous Cargo" Wanted 53, Apr/53|