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1 Shaw, Capt. Frank H.; Quick, D.; Green, H.G.; Davids, N.; Paterson, J.; Perkins, D.W.; Bennett, M.L.; Montgomery, K.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1945 - Harry S. Truman / Alan Young of Radio City, New York
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1945 First Edition Paperback Good 
56 pages. Features: Cover photo of young lady with bike; Nice Ford ad inside front cover with painting of barn raising by W.A. Winter; Colour Ritz Cracker ad; What will follow the peace in Europe?; Photo of Royal Canadian Engineers in Holland locating searching with mine detector for $25,000 in jewels hidden by Dutch family for Jewish couple who escaped from Poland; Photo of a C.W.A.C. in a valo-taxi, the Parisian version of a rickshaw; Great editorial with photo of Miss Francis Langford, whose "pin up" in the wartime issue of this publication was most popular with Canadian troops; Nice colour Orange Crush features young lady holding brown glass bottle; Horation Alger in the White House - photo-illustrated article on Harry S. Truman; The Eternal Balance (short story); The Wife of a Hero (short story); The Knight is Young - photo-illustrated article on Alan Young of New York's Radio City; Too Many Cookies (short story); The East Coast Sardine Industry - photo-illustrated article; Evinrude ad shows military rafts powered by their outboards; The Cop's Horse - interesting article on New York's police horses; The Great Bullion Mystery - James Dye of Pinkerton's is called to the Seattle National Bank when $85k in gold goes missing on a boat named the 'Sarah' steaming from Tanana to Dawson; Children and Sunburn; Family Relations in B.C. - U.B.C. launches course on marriage and family life; Centrefold Frigidaire ad called "3000 Miles of Frigidaire" shows map of Canada; ad in which Schiaparelli interprets new Proud Pink Cutex nail polish; Short article called "War Worker" about Margaret Strachan who worked at Toronto's Royal York Hotel; Great one-page colour GM ad entitled 'Victory Parade' includes 15 illustrations of military products they made to support the war effort; Great photos of newlywed couple Kathleen Cuninghame and Tommy Hull, both of Toronto, in Woodbury soap ad; Colour ads for Canada Dry, Savoy Custard Powder, Clark's Mushroom Soup and Nabisco Shredded Wheat; Arrid ad features nice photo of Ilona Massey; New science developments; World Sayings; Intersting ad inside back cover by the Wartime Prices and Trade Board entitled "What Every Housewife Should Know About Sugar For Canning", with illustration of sugar ration coupons; Lovely colour White Rose ad on back cover encourages post-war readers to 'Look forward to the better things in Life!"; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A lovely vintage copy. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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2 Bennett, D. W. Secrets of Baitfishing (Hancock House fishing series)
Blaine, WA, U.S.A. Big Country Books 1982 0888390874 / 9780888390875 Reprint Paperback Fair 
0888390874 65 pages. This well-illustrated handbook offers handy hints for eager bait-fisherman: where to find bait, how to catch it, how to prepare it, and when to use which kinds. Well worn. Unmarked. 
Price: 29.95 USD
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