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National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1943 - R.A.F. Mosquitoes Sting the Axis / Canada's National War Labour Board, Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Green, H.G.; Wood, K.; Blanchard, M.D.; Cox, C.; Fleetwood, J.; Bayne, E.G.; Luscombe Whyte, A.P.; Stephens, G.; Heck, AW2; et al

Author Name    Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Green, H.G.; Wood, K.; Blanchard, M.D.; Cox, C.; Fleetwood, J.; Bayne, E.G.; Luscombe Whyte, A.P.; Stephens, G.; Heck, AW2; et al

Title   National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1943 - R.A.F. Mosquitoes Sting the Axis / Canada's National War Labour Board

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   Good

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1943

Seller ID   201G4776

48 pages. Features: Cute photo of skinny-dipping little girl with huge Newfoundland dog; Wartime ad by the Trans-Canada Telephone system explains how citizens must limit use of their services in favour of war activity; Monthly war news update; The Tale of the Lonesome Swine (short story); Drama in the Union Station - Canada's National War Labour Board listens to all comers as it progresses toward its goal of a workable plant for industrial peace - article with photos of Mr. Justice C.L. McTague, Chairman of the Board, Mr. Leo. Lalonde, and Mr. J.L. Cohen, K.C.; Susabelle and Stoney Joe (short story); It's a Rough Road to Rangoon; His Honour the Judge (short story); Hollywood news; Once -age recruiting ad for the WRCNS / CWAC / RCAF; Mosquitoes Sting the Axis - photo-illustrated article on the R.A.F. Mosquito, Mark 11 (Fighter Intruder); Ford Motor Company one-page ad features allied spotters observing an enemy column; Their Watchword "Be Prepared" - the Girl Guides; Nice one-page photo-illustrated Westinghouse ad entitled "The Most Powerful People In the World"; Woodbury soap ad features photos of geology student Joan Patterson of Montreal and her pilot officer fiancee; Colour Orange Crush ad; Interesting article on munitions workers meals; Canadian General Electric ad entitled "Avoid Food Waste"; Woodbury Cold Cream ad features photo of Veronica Lake; Wings on Their Feet - part 2 of a series on AW2 Heck's experiences in the Air Force; Ontario Liberal Harry Nixon; RCAF half-page recruiting ad; Highway Women - interesting article on Canadian women who have moved to Northern Canada to support its development; Kotex ad includes illustration of lady building planee; World Sayings; Great colour-photo Coke ad inside back cover shows men working in heavy industry; Nice colour back cover recruiting ad for Canadian Women's Army Corps (C.W.A.C.); and more. Faint pencil name atop front cover, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A qualilty copy of this excellent vintage issue.

National  Home  Monthly  Magazine,  August  (Aug.)  1943  -  R.A.F.  Mosquitoes  Sting  The  Axis  /  Canada's  National  War  Labour  Board    Photo  Of  Skinny-dipping  Little  Girl  With  Huge  Newfoundland  Dog;  Wartime  Ad  By  The  Trans-Canada  Telephone  System  Explains  How  Citizens  Must  Limit  Use  Of  Their  Services  In  Favour  Of  War  Activity;  Monthly  War  News  Update;  The  Tale  Of  The  Lonesome  Swine  (short  Story);  Drama  In  The  Union  Station  -  Canada's  National  War  Labour  Board  Listens  To  All  Comers  As  It  Progresses  Toward  Its  Goal  Of  A  Workable  Plant  For  Industrial  Peace  -  Article  With  Photos  Of  Mr.  Justice  C.L.  McTague,  Chairman  Of  The  Board,  Mr.  Leo.  Lalonde,  And  Mr.  J.L.  Cohen,  K.C.;  Susabelle  And  Stoney  Joe  (short  Story);  It's  A  Rough  Road  To  Rangoon;  His  Honour  The  Judge  (short  Story);  Hollywood  News;  Once  -age  Recruiting  Ad  For  The  WRCNS  /  CWAC  /  RCAF;  Mosquitoes  Sting  The  Axis  -  Photo-illustrated  Article  On  The  R.A.F.  Mosquito,  Mark  11  (Fighter  Intruder);  Ford  Motor  Company  One-page  Ad  Features  Allied  Spotters  Observing  An  Enemy  Column;  Their  Watchword  "Be  Prepared"  -  The  Girl  Guides;  Nice  One-page  Photo-illustrated  Westinghouse  Ad  Entitled  "The  Most  Powerful  People  In  The  World";  Woodbury  Soap  Ad  Features  Photos  Of  Geology  Student  Joan  Patterson  Of  Montreal  And  Her  Pilot  Officer  Fiancee;  Colour  Orange  Crush  Ad;  Interesting  Article  On  Munitions  Workers  Meals;  Canadian  General  Electric  Ad  Entitled  "Avoid  Food  Waste";  Woodbury  Cold  Cream  Ad  Features  Photo  Of  Veronica  Lake;  Wings  On  Their  Feet  -  Part  2  Of  A  Series  On  AW2  Heck's  Experiences  In  The  Air  Force;  Ontario  Liberal  Harry  Nixon;  RCAF  Half-page  Recruiting  Ad;  Highway  Women  -  Interesting  Article  On  Canadian  Women  Who  Have  Moved  To  Northern  Canada  To  Support  Its  Development;  Kotex  Ad  Includes  Illustration  Of  Lady  Building  Planee;  World  Sayings;  Great  Colour-photo  Coke  Ad  Inside  Back  Cover  Shows  Men  Working  In  Heavy  Industry;  Nice  Colour  Back  Cover  Recruiting  Ad  For  Canadian  Women's  Army  Corps  (C.W.A.C. 

Price = 299.95 USD


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