MI-stoppers (Sep, 1953)
SHARP TIMEKEEPER is this knife-blade-thin watch exhibited recently at an International Timepiece Show in gay Paris. The manufacturer claims that watch is thin enough to cut meat.
STILTED WORKER, left, is no drawback to the Hugh R. Dodge Company in Detroit which puts insulation on ceilings. Stilts eliminate scaffolds. save time. Crew of 12 uses them proficiently.
SERPENTONE. Italian for “big snake” is this odd-shaped, 17th-century wood instrument exhibited in Milan recently. It is part of collection belonging to amateur lute builder, Natale Gallini.
FLOATING FRYING PAN holds ham and eggs in mid-air. Secret is opposing magnetic fields which raise and lower 18-inch diameter aluminum pan. Made by DeForest’s Training Inc., Chicago, Ill.