Bombproof Plane Factories ROLL INTO MOUNTAIN SIDE (May, 1941)
Wouldn’t it be easier to just build the factory in the mountain and leave it there?
Bombproof Plane Factories ROLL INTO MOUNTAIN SIDE
Raid Shelters for Assembly Plants: A Swiss Inventor’s Solution to the Problem of Protecting Production AIRPLANE FACTORIES that literally run to shelter from raiding bombers have been invented by Antoine Gazda, noted Swiss armament designer, and erected at undisclosed places in Switzerland by the Pilatus aircraft concern as a national-defense precaution. A typical installation consists of a pair of twin assembly plants, normally standing in the open where their total of 360 workers enjoy natural sunshine and fresh air.
New Condiment Tastes Like Meat (Apr, 1931)
This substance is used all over the place, but is more notable for when it is not used. All you have to do is look at the menu of any Chinese restaurant from the last twenty years.
New Condiment Tastes Like Meat
A WHITE powder that tastes like the juice of red meat yet can be eaten by the strictest vegetarian, since it has no trace of meat in it but is made from the gluten of flour, is announced by A. D. Little, Inc., Boston chemical engineers, as increasing in popularity in Japan and China and as now being introduced into the United States. It is a chemical called sodium glutamate made by boiling gluten from wheat flour for hours with strong hydrochloric acid, neutralizing with soda and allowing the resulting salt to crystallize. There is obtained a fine white powder resembling baking soda which keeps well and may be used in an ordinary shaker like salt.
They answer that fine frenzy for things modern (Feb, 1931)
I have a set of aluminum chairs in my dining room and I love them. They are ridiculously light.
They answer that fine frenzy for things modern
On all sides you see it —the “metallic” In interior decoration, in lighting fixtures, and even in objects d’art. Alcoa Aluminum in its natural color is a keynote which bespeaks the new vogue. Chairs of Alcoa Aluminum quite naturally fit themselves into this modern scheme of things.