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Calling all Men... STRIP-TEASE NECKTIE That Glows in the Dark
"She loses her clothes as she glows in the dark" Astounding new STRIPTEASE NECKTIE is the latest rage from coast to coast! Spectacular new novelty tie creation for men who demand the distinctive and unusual! Brings gasps of sheer wonder, thrilling admiration the first time you wear it! By day, smart, handsome tie that is unrivalled for sheer beauty and extravagant good looks, by night a glorious goddess of light revealed for all to see!
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"Waffle Iron" Makes Cushions Of Foam Rubber
“Waffle Iron” Makes Cushions Of Foam Rubber WAFFLES of rubber, “grilled” in molds resembling giant kitchen utensils, make comfortable upholstery padding that does not lose its resiliency. Production of foam-rubber automobile seat cushions and train seats, interrupted by the war, has now been resumed at the Mishawaka, Ind., plant of the United States Rubber Company. […]
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Wheel Chair Has Motor
Wheel Chair Has Motor R. H. Hamrick, of San Leandro, Calif., connected a 3/4-hp. Briggs & Stratton motor to the rear of his wheel chair to save energy in traveling the two miles from his home to the shopping district. A lanyard is run back to the clutch (taken from a motorcycle), and a wire […]
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Extra Uses for Plastic Weatherstripping
On the second page, is he halfway through putting up the title for a movie called “COLON MAGIC”? Or do you think his name Colon and he has a partner named Magi? Or perhaps it has to do with the Colon Magic Festival held in Colon, Michigan, the “Magic Capital of the World”. Extra Uses […]
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It's Always Fun-Time! When You Own a HARLEY-DAVIDSON
It’s Always Fun-Time! When You Own a HARLEY-DAVIDSON OWNING a Harley-Davidson opens a whole new world of thrills for you! Anytime you get the urge you swing into the saddle and go where there’s fun and excitement ! The whole outdoors is yours to enjoy — you can do more and see more — as […]
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Transatlantic Roller Coaster Designed to Bomb U.S.A
Transatlantic Roller Coaster Designed to Bomb U.S.A Hitler’s blueprints found; mighty winged missiles were to be used in 1946 WHEN the Allied invasion upset the Nazis’ plans, they had a supersonic, 3,000-mile-range rocket in the works. Already in the blueprint stage was its successor —a true rocket bomber of equal speed and range. Actual sketches […]
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Woody Woodpecker and Andy Panda Films
Walter Lantz's Famous Cartoons WOODY WOODPECKER IN FOUR GREAT COMEDIES PANTRY PANIC-Winter catches Woody unprepared! He and Tom Cat both starved! Wild kitchen riot ensues ending in a fun-filled climax. KNOCK, KNOCK-Woodv drills through Andy's roof! Andy tries vainly to chase him until Woody falls for beautiful decoy pigeon! Hilarious finish! THE CRACKED NUT-Daffy Woody carves trees into totem poles with beak! Tries it on marble! OUCH! Sees nutty doctor for treatment! Uproarious ending! THE SCREWDRIVER-Woody's crazy driving disrupts traffic! He slugs cop and returns in various disguises until cop goes daffy! Laugh-loaded finish!
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Rosicrucians Ad: As Above - So Below
IS MAN A SMALL UNIVERSE? IT HAS BEEN SAID that everything in the universe has its counterpart in man. What of your solar plexus? Does it link you with the world beyond . .. the vast cosmos of which earth is but a speck? Centuries ago, man observed that something in the center of his torso responded to his emotional excitements —joy, fear, elation, fright, sudden experiences. In seeking an explanation, there followed many more amazing discoveries. What did these ancient searchers for truth uncover? Did they learn how to draw energy to their emotional centers — for performing miracles and accomplishing feats that seemed impossible to the uninitiated?
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Glow in the Dark Products
Love to pray, but hate those pesky lights? Be the first on your block with a glow in the dark crucifix! Glows in the Dark Free Sample Be the first to sell luminous house numbers, light switch plates, wall protectors, pull cords. Also luminous pictures, statues, decals, and a host of religious, nursery and other […]
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Wireless Wiring for Radios
THAT repairman's headache, the jumble of wires on the bottom of a radio, may join crystal sets in the museum. Two new processes mass-produce neat circuits, easy to check for trouble. They promise to do for average radios what printed circuits (PSM May '46, p. 131) are doing for miniatures. In a system invented by A. M. Hathaway and developed by Spraywire Labs, of Minneapolis, a plastic panel is covered by a Scotch-tape stencil of the circuit. Through this, grooves are sandblasted, then spray-gunned full of atomized metal. Two guns can spray more than 1,000 units an hour.
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"White House" To Roam Sky (Presidential Airplane)
Luxurious new Independence replaces the travel-worn Sacred Cow to speed President's aerial travels. WHEN the President of the United States travels, a 315-mile-an-hour plane speeds him swiftly and safely to his destination. Named the Independence, after President Truman's home city in Missouri, the special new Douglas DC-6 cruises 100 miles an hour faster than the Sacred Cow, the DC-4 that carried Presidents Roosevelt and Truman and other high officials to 55 nations in trips totaling 431,000 miles. Extra gasoline tanks give the Independence a range up to 4,400 miles, and a pressurized cabin permits high-altitude flight. A blue-and-tan exterior design, representing the American eagle, outwardly distinguishes the flying White House from other craft of its type.
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Beating Bombs Into Mufflers
Beating Bombs Into Mufflers PRACTICE air bombs, left over from the war, are being converted to a peacetime job. Air Forces trucks and autos in Germany urgently need mufflers, so the Bruck Air Ordnance Depot at Nuremberg is making them from surplus-bomb stocks. The project, started late in 1946, Has already turned out more than […]
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Tomorrow's Missiles Take Off
Tomorrow’s Missiles Take Off TOMORROW’S Navy will be ready to fight with weapons as deadly accurate as William Tell’s arrow. Successors to the carronade and Dahlgren gun are such characters as Little Joe and the Gargoyle. Some are guided missiles, some are planes, some are power-packages. All fly regularly out over the Pacific from the […]
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Early Pay Per View TV
It’s comforting to know that the media industry’s fascination with screwing their customers by telling them how they can use their own TVs is nothing new. Pay-as-You-Look Television “Phone vision,” developed by Zenith Radio Corporation, offers paying television audiences the cream of latest stage plays and movies. A combination home receiver brings in free programs […]
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Early Low Rider
Well, not really, but it certainly looks like one. Twists Test Bodies This Ford is leaping into the air on one of its 200 trips around the “body-twist” course at the Dearborn test track. Here body and frame are subjected to extreme torsion stresses—first in one direction, then the other—as indicated by the whipping aerial. […]
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