A small rectangle at the cover's far left, positioned just below the middle of the stapled side, says "Let's Give / Red Cross War Fund" with the Red Cross emblem over a black background.
One of a series of original "Private Gandy and Sergeant Sourpuss" comic book stories in which they are in the US Army during World War II. Based on the then-current Terry-Toons theatrical animated short subjects of WW II vintage.
At the time, an annual subscription to Terry-Toons Comics cost one dollar per year. Two mice with one subscription each = $2.00.
For once, Gandy gets to play the exasperated party - a role usually reserved for Sourpuss, in reaction to Gandy's antics.
This feature is usually billed as "The Ginch and E. Claude Pennygrabber". This story's feature logo reads "The Ginch and Claude Pennygrabber", omitting the "E." in "E. Claude Pennygrabber".
Many signs on the buildings of the western town of Bowlegs reference creators associated with the Timely Terry-Toons comics... Stan Lee, Vince Fago, Ernie Hart, and Robert Solomon.
Bad Boy Berry: "Lookout! A landslide!"
Wacky Willy: "Hmmm! Roosevelt must be running again!"