The Mount Hope Meteor (Dec 1943)

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The Mount Hope Meteor (Dec 1943)

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Vol. II. No. VII. Mount Hope, Ontario December, 1943

Editorial Committee
Chairman: F/Lt. Threlfall
Editor: F/Lt. Edwards
Ass't. Editor: L.A.C. Mead
Advisory Members: F/Lt. Williams
F/O Tiley, F/Lt. Bellas
Art Section: L.A.C. Tomkinson
Photographers: Cpl. Thackeray
Sgt. Kilpatrick
"Y" Activities: Mr. Jay Shaver
Business Manager: Mr. Nicholson

The Editor Speaks

Once more the troubled globe has moved round its orbit, leaving us in our Northern Hemisphere exposed less to the sun and more to the elements. New-comers to the camp will have heard countless rumours and stories of the terrible hardships they will have to undergo during the next six months and the M.O. has doubtless been genning up for his unusual lecture on frostbite. Thus it will become increasingly difficult to put the "accent on sport," especially as we-and the synthetic men- are growing too big for our Drill Hall. The swimming pool, too, will lose its popularity for, although the water will be warm, swimming in a balaclava seems to be taking it a little too far ...

"The Mount Hope Meteor" is the journal of No. 33 Air Navigation School, and is published nine times a year; more frequently in winter than in summer. It is run on a non-profit basis, grants from P.S.I. enabling a high quality magazine to be produced, and sold for fifteen cents.
This is essentially an airman's magazine, run by airmen. Contents consist of Station news, "gen," humour, cartoons, pictures, sport and topical articles. the Editor welcomes contributions, incentive being stimulated by the frequent competitions which are held.
The best way of keeping in touch with the latest camp developments is to buy the "Meteor" regularly from the Wet Canteen, Guard Room, Station Library, Barber's Shop or "Y" Office.

Date

December 1943

Identifier

995.058.006

Medium

Paper

Provenance

The Meteor is published by the officers and men of the Royal Air Force Station at Mount Hope, Ont. Dates of publication are Jan. 15th, Feb. 15th, March 15th, May 1st, June 15th, Aug. 15th, Oct. 1st, Nov. 15th, and Dec. 15th.

Communications should be sent to M. P. O. 211, Hamilton, Ont. All material should reach Editorial Office not later than 15 days before day of publication, otherwise it cannot be included.

Rates: 15c per copy; $1.35 per annum.

Overseas subscription, $2.75.

Entire contents of this issue copyright by R. A. F., Mt. Hope.

Articles and pictures may not be reprinted without written permission.

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