Editorial Cartoon About Building Fallout Shelters During the Cold War

This editorial cartoon was published in the Saskatoon StarPhoenix on November 19, 1959.  It refers to the fact that people in Saskatoon were starting to think about building fallout shelters because of fear of hydrogen bombs during the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union.  The newspaper headlines on the newspapers shown in the shelter read "NORAD Chief Says Faster Manned Planes Should Replace CF100," and "Khrushchev Says Russia Making 250 Hydrogen Bomb Missiles A Year."
SK Archives File, F379, Ed Sebestyen fonds, File 340