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Phone Holder Has Bell in Base
Phone Holder Has Bell in Base A NEW telephone holder, designed to eliminate unsightly bell boxes from walls and desks, contains both bell and wiring connections in its base. It is constructed entirely of bakelite, is 5-3/4 inches wide and 7-3/4 inches deep. Due to its compact arrangement, it can accommodate all the standard equipment […]
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Around the World on the New Airways of the Seas
By Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker This noted flier predicts that business men will fly from New York to Canton, China, in a week, a trip that now takes a month. He foresees dirigibles flying around the world for weeks without stopping to land. Read this exclusive, revealing story. IN MY opinion trans-Atlantic service via Bermuda and the Azores will be in existence within three years with heavier-than-air planes and without stop by dirigibles. Trans-Pacific service is also feasible today with Douglas airplanes.
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Dance Fees Set According to the Chemical Value of Coeds
Only geeks from MIT could come up with a scheme where every girl going to a dance gets publicly weighed on entrance. Perhaps they could also charge by body fat percentage or cup size. Dance Fees Set According to the Chemical Value of Coeds THE true chemical value of the coed ranges between fifty cents […]
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Scientist to Make Bold Attempt to Revive Human Dead
This is scary. I love how the fact that no one will give him dead bodies to resurrect is referred to as his “predicament”. Scientist to Make Bold Attempt to Revive Human Dead DR. ROBERT E. CORNISH, young California scientist who astounded the nation by bringing the dead dog, Lazarus, back to life, is now […]
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Coiffeurs Foil Breezes With a Cellophane Hair Lacquer
Coiffeurs Foil Breezes With a Cellophane Hair Lacquer A NEW coiffure, “Cellophane Hair,” recently developed in Hollywood, is wind proof, according to Lawrence G. Springer, inventor of the process. A Cellophane lacquer is sprayer onto the hair. While the hair is still wet, it is pressed into shape by the skilled hands of the coiffeur […]
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Odd Ferry Runs on Sunken Track
Odd Ferry Runs on Sunken Track PERHAPS the strangest ferry in the world is the one operating across the gulf between St. Malo and St. Serven, Brittany. The ferry is built on a high superstructure to allow for the rising waters during full tide in the English Channel. The superstructure rests on a set of […]
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Aero-Drive Desert BUS Replaces Camels
Aero-Drive Desert BUS Replaces Camels PROTECTED from tropical sand storms, desert travelers of the future may be able to whiz across the Sahara in monster 100-passenger aero-drive buses following radio beam highways. Camel caravans would be out-moded bythe standard of comfort possible in the proposed buses. Preliminary details of this whirring, bouncing giant of the […]
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Oregon Man Builds Flapping Wings for Mountain Gliding
If he actually tried to jump off that cliff with those I’m guessing this is the last picture of him alive. Oregon Man Builds Flapping Wings for Mountain Gliding WITH only a pair of strange cloth-covered wings strapped over his arms, Joe Fodie of Rowena, Oregon, hopes to glidfe through space by the power of […]
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