Caricatures of Hitler, Hirohito, and Mussolini appear.
The top half of the page is an editorial. In it, it is mentioned that "Dick Cole" artist Bob Davis died "well over a year ago" in an automobile accident, and Jim Wilcox has just taken over the strip.
The bottom half of the page is readers' letters and editorial responses.
The bottom 1/3 of 5 different pages throughout the story are actually separate diagrams showing readers how to make simple games at home.
This is separate from the Edison Bell story, but is billed as "Edison Bell's Gift to Plane Spotters..." Consists of instructions showing readers how to make a device that projects silhouettes of war planes on the wall, so their shapes can be memorized. This allows civilians to identify friendly and enemy aircraft during wartime.
Signed on first page in lower right-hand corner "Jaediker & Jordan."