Pencil credit from Craig Delich; previously credited to Arthur F. Peddy.
The JSA meets in an apartment that changes back into an ordinary room whenever they leave that even the charwoman doesn't know who occupies it. In the first panel on page 8, there is a billboard picturing the JSA encouraging people to buy U.S. Savings Bonds.
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Toth credits from Bob Hughes.
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