National Geographic : 1945 Mar
IG] IQALI IN PI WHERE FREEDOM RINGS . . Every American will find inspiration to keep the spirit of freedom alive in the majestic Mt. Rush more shrine. Here four great leaders of men rise S in sculpture from the brow of this towering purple-hued mountain. We of America young and old-should plan for a post war pilgrimage to this Shrine of Democracy in the heart of South Dakota's Black Hills. ie's Invigorating mountain air, romance and ant beauty await you in this playground of nature lise" -the land of no mosquitoes. Send for new 32 page South Dakota booklet. SOUTH DAKOTA STATEHIGHWAY COMMISSION PIERRE,SOUTH DAKOTA How to take a beachhead and hold it!/ There are still beachheads to be won before final Victory is ours . . .and when our boys swarm ashore, chances are their first communica tions network is made up of those mighty little Motorola "Handie Talkies." Imagine it! Com plete two-way radiotelephone service in a package that weighs less than 6 pounds. After the war there will be quieter and lovelier beachheads to take and hold ... on the shores of a tree-lined lake in Wisconsin or Missouri ... on the friendly sands of California or Long Island. In this "operation" there will be GI's returned to their wives or sweethearts . . .with entertain ment furnished by the battery-operated, AC-DC Playmate, a radio as famous as the "Handie Talkie," another exclusive Motorola FIRST! GALVIN MFG. CORPORATION Sw LVIII CHICAGO 51, ILL. r^Radi) F-M &A-M Home Radio * Auto Radio * Automatic Phonographs Television * F-M Police Radio * Radar * Military Radio "Buy U. S. War Bonds-They Identify You"