A DRY SKIN MAKES YOU LOOK OLDER THAN YOU ARE No man in his sane moments really wants to look older than his age. In this competitive world of ours youth gets the breaks. Old age is a handicap at every turn.
Television Will Be Made Available to 10,000,000 People This Year by a London Station Which Will Alternate the Baird and Marconi Systems of Transmission; the Baird System Uses Four Types of Transmitters;
CONCEALED by nothing but their coloring, two camouflaged planes on the ground eluded the vigilant eyes of the crews of six observation planes sent up to search for them during a test at the army air corps base in Hawaii. The observation ships spent one and one-half hours in hunting and not one spotted the camouflaged aircraft.
WITH a mechanical "heart" that runs everything necessary for comfortable living, the "packaged home" no longer is a dream. Right now, a limited number can be delivered to owners in a giant truck, unwrapped from their Cellophane covers, set up and anchored to foundations in about two weeks—real homes, solidly built and fireproofed.
“Herringbone” Seating for Bus Gives More Visibility Improved visibility for each passenger is one feature of the latest German-built motor coach with accommodations for twenty-three persons. The seats are set in a herringbone arrangement instead of side by side and are placed low to bring the passenger’s eye on a level with the lower half […]
GEARLESS AND CHAINLESS BIKE DRIVEN BY BODY BOUNCE Functioning on the principle of an eccentric rear wheel, the latest bicycle has neither gears nor a chain. Invented by Phil Huyseng of Chicago, the bike is propelled by a bouncing motion of the body.
DR. HUGO ECKENER'S latest venture with rigid airships promises to unfold endless possibilities of traveling safely and swiftly through the air in modern luxury. The "LZ-129," under construction since February, 1932, is about to make her maiden trip across the Atlantic, with Dr. Eckener as her master. Here are the main facts about the ship: Length, 812 feet; greatest diameter, 137 feet; gross lifting capacity, 418,000 pounds; pay load twenty-five to thirty tons; fuel load, 130,000 pounds; cruising speed eighty miles per hour, which will carry it across the Atlantic in about two days.
I’m sure the elk would be quite honored if there were any left. PILE OF ANTLERS A MONUMENT TO THE ELK Elk antlers have been gathered and formed into an unusual monument in Yellowstone National Park. The monument, which is twelve feet high, marks the place where thousands of elk once roamed, before the large […]
"THEY DON'T GET YOUR WIND" ATHLETES SAY A cigarette so mild you can smoke all you wantâ€” that's what athletes say about Camels. And when a champion talks about "condition"â€”"wind"â€”healthy nerves â€” real tobacco mildnessâ€”he knows what he's talking about. Listen to Gene Sarazen. "Traveling and playing as much as I doâ€”I have to keep in condition. I smoke Camels steadily. They're so mild they never get my 'wind' or nerves."
THE 79,280-ton "Normandie," a ship that dares comparison, is about ready for the supreme test of a transatlantic crossing. Described as the largest moving unit ever built by man, the vessel sets a standard difficult to equal. Her plan and decoration reach a high-water mark in maritime history. No such ultra-modern interiors have ever been seen on an ocean vessel. The outside strikes a complete harmony with the inside. Her low rakish hull rides gracefully on the water, while her clipper bow and streamline funnels give her all the earmarks of the greyhound.
FIRES, floods, earthquakes, tornadoesâ€” these are some of the hazards that bring drama into the work of telephone employes. Keeping communication lines open during disasters is a vital matter. As long as nature behaves herself, as long as things go along normally, the work of the lineman, the operator, and the man on the test board is routine, but when trouble begins heroes are made.
by ANDREW JAUREGUI CHAMPION TEAM ROPER FOR thirteen years I have been doing "setting-up" exercises â€”attempting, more or less successfully, to remain in leather on a plunging broncho or Brahma steer or to rope and tie elusive, wriggling bundles of calf meat. I am a rodeo performer and, with other cowboys, move from rodeo to rodeo each season, risking sound bones and excellent health for the roar of the crowds and the reward of gold. Everywhere we hear these three questions: Isn't it dangerous to ride wild horses ? How do you stay in the saddle ? What are the tricks of rodeo riding?
Hassock with Rounded Pillow Which Serves as an Arm, or Back Rest, and Book Holder Consisting of Chromium-Plated Scroll Spring; When Book Is Removed, Spring Comes Forward to Hold Remaining Volumes. Left, Venetian Blind Brush with Adjustable Wool Fingers Which Fit between Slats; It Can Be Washed; Right, Thermometer Which Tells When Roast Is Rare, Medium or Well Done; It Is "Cooked" with the Meat".
Giant Truck Will Carry “Mail Order” House For the delivery of complete prefabricated houses to all parts of the United States, a special tractor-trailer unit is planned. The trucking arrangement is intended to serve a house manufacturing company in which Alfred P. Sloan of General Motors and other industrialists are interested. According to plans, each […]
“Air Cleaners.” Is that what the kids are calling them nowadays? ELECTRIC UNIT CLEANS AIR OF HARMFUL PARTICLES Experimental models of an electrical unit to remove dust, soot, pollen and other solid and liquid particles from the air are being tested by Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing company. Data are being gathered by physicians who are […]
Once "told" to remember, a new machine gives a "reply" in less than two seconds, helping police to keep tab on automobile license-plate numbers, serial figures on money and fingerprints. To use it, the operator punches out a pattern containing the number which is to be "remembered" by the machine.
Germany's Cars for 1935 Are Ultra-Streamlined; This Bullet-Shaped Creation Is a Mercedes Roadster Exhibited at the International Auto Show in Berlin Here Is a Well-Streamlined Bus for Cross-County Operation, a Product of the Opel Works; Note How the Flowing Lines Have Been Carried to the Fins at the Rear and over the Rear Wheels This Movie Theater on Wheels Is Housed in a T
Remember, the dapper man always wears a suit when burninating his vines. WEEDS DESTROYED BY BURNER IN PORTABLE UNIT Easy to carry from place to place, a weed burner solves the problem of clearing land. It throws a fan-shaped flame that mushrooms against the ground, stone wall or rock pile to “melt” every growing plant […]
Less expensive than some other equipment on the market, a new ice-cream bar maker has several desirable features. One is a spreader that holds the bars, with the flat, wooden sticks inserted, in position for dipping in chocolate or similar coating mixture. After dipping, the bars are hung on a rack to dry, the spreader and dipping apparatus being arranged for this purpose.
Fingerprints of citizens are being made by state and federal agencies at the rate of tens of thousands per month, as a result of the Department of Justice plea that every law-abiding person in the United States volunteer for the work. A complete file would contain 125,000,000 sets of fingerprints. J. Edgar Hoover, director of the federal bureau of investigation, points out that fingerprint records help authorities in making speedy identification of persons rendered unconscious in accidents, persons suffering from loss of memory and persons who die with no identifying papers or marks in their clothing.
Assembled especially for establishing a world's record of more than 300 miles per hour, an oversize motorcycle powered with an automobile engine has been making speed tests on the Pacific coast. The motorcycle, weighing 1,500 pounds, is powered with a six-cylinder Plymouth automobile engine with fan and generator removed.