Manitoba Calling Nov,1946;Anonymous;9 1/2″ x 6 1/4″;A,P;16pp
Enlivening the dead of winter, here comes our heat wave in the form of many Canadian graphics to warm our hearts. This excitement coincides with the unprecedented Canadian graphics gallery that launched yesterday, February 2.
Wouldn’t you know it?! Some of the most absorbing images and concepts emerge from our long-ago home, Manitoba, the heart of the Continent! Here we have the first of three instances of the graphically apt, funny and poignant radio station promotions, called Manitoba Calling. Included in this issue—over and above a glimpse, on the cover, of a world where a ten-year-old would be crucial to protecting children on the way to school from urban traffic—is a report on all the summer visitors to the CKY studio there were, from the US Midwest and the Prairies. Also included, with a muddy little photo, is a report on the T Eaton Company’s Saturday morning Good Deed Club, broadcast live from 10:30 to 11. Continue reading