Bensen BUILD-IT YOURSELF ONE-MAN COPTER (Feb, 1965)

Bensen BUILD-IT YOURSELF ONE-MAN COPTER

AIR FORCE CAPTAIN SAYS: “The simple construction and autorotation feature undoubtedly make this aircraft one of the safest in the air today.” Detailed plans and kits available. 3-View Drawings, specs, photo $2, or Copter-Glider $1. Order now!

Send $1 or $2

BENSEN AIRCRAFT CORP., Dept. PS-25
Raleigh-Durham Airport, Raleigh, N. C.

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Thrills of the Flying Sailors (Jul, 1940)

Thrills of the Flying Sailors

A VETERAN NAVY PILOT DESCRIBES LIFE ON OUR AIRCRAFT CARRIERS

By Lieut. Comdr. DON F. SMITH

THE author, at present in command of the Floyd Bennett Field Naval Reserve Base in New York City, has had more than 5,000 hours of flying in every type of Naval aviation squadron. Of his twenty-three years in the Navy, nine have been spent piloting swift pursuit ships and powerful dive-bombers from the decks of Uncle Sam’s giant floating airports, the aircraft carriers.

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TWINKLE TOES (Feb, 1951)

TWINKLE TOES

BALLERINA HARRIET TALBOT BLAZES A TRAIL TO STARDOM WITH HER LEAPS EVER SINCE

Picasso took to painting pictures in the air with lights, imaginative photographers have followed suit in this new medium of atmosphere and electricity.

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Skim Over The Ice With… A SKATER’S SAIL (Feb, 1959)

Skim Over The Ice With… A SKATER’S SAIL

SKATE sailing might be described as the fastest pedestrian sport in the world except for jaywalking on the Hollywood Freeway. And until something comes along to top its 50 to 60-mile-per-hour maximum speeds, that claim will stand.

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“Here’s to our Golden Wedding” (Feb, 1935)

“Here’s to our Golden Wedding”

…AND THE MELLOWNESS THAT GROWS AND GROWS WITH YEARS

DELICIOUSNESS … in that one word you will find the answer to “Why is America choosing Golden Wedding to celebrate with today?” The average age of Golden Wedding is 4 years old.

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MILLIONS SPENT ON RAILROAD STATIONS (Feb, 1909)

MILLIONS SPENT ON RAILROAD STATIONS

By SAMUEL O. DUNN

Western Editorial Manager. Railroad Age Gazette

THE typical American railroad passenger station of the past has been a building so dingy, so ugly and so ill-arranged that travelers wished to see as little of it as practicable and to get through it as quickly as possible.

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UNSUSPECTED POWER (Feb, 1950)

UNSUSPECTED POWER

The Mysterious Influence In The Air You Breathe!

The SOUL OF THE UNIVERSE is in the air you breathe. Deposited in your blood—with each inhalation you take—is the intelligence that directs the course of the planets through the misty reaches of space, and the strange phenomenon of life itself.

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BAD PARK BEARS GET TAKEN FOR A RIDE (Dec, 1930)

BAD PARK BEARS GET TAKEN FOR A RIDE

Unruly bears are taken for a ride at the Yosemite National Park. If Bruin becomes troublesome, a novel “patrol wagon” appears, in the shape of a large section of corrugated pipe sealed at one end and fitted with a trapdoor.

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Home Conveniences THAT SAVE TIME (Apr, 1933)

Home Conveniences THAT SAVE TIME

SELF-OPENING TABLE
Pressing a button, set in the side of this bridge table, automatically opens all four of the legs at once.

ALL-METAL LAUNDRY CHUTE. A door in wall or floor of the bathroom opens to this laundry chute down which soiled clothes slide to a container in the basement. Photo at right shows arrangement of chute in the basement where clothes are removed.

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What Every Farmer Should Know About Taking Care of Farm Animals (Dec, 1955)

What Every Farmer Should Know About Taking Care of Farm Animals

The Most Popular Veterinary Guide Ever Printed

This practical and helpful VETERINARY GUIDE FOR FARMERS prepares the farmer to perform many routine veterinary tasks—provides quick information that can often save the life of an animal—prevents disease in herds— saves money on the farm in a hundred different ways.

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