Machine Speeds Bottle Returns (May, 1960)
I personally prefer those machines that shred your cans, but none the less, an origination.
Machine Speeds Bottle Returns
At least one waiting line might be shortened if a supermarket installed this bottle-return machine in its parking lot. You’d slip bottles into sized openings. The machine would calculate the refund, issue a slip, and move the bottles inside on a belt.
Tanks Simplify Bullfrog Culture (Jun, 1939)
Friday Animals for Profit Blogging:
Tanks Simplify Bullfrog Culture
COMPLETE protection against all natural enemies, perpetual shade, adequate feeding, abolition of
cannibalism, elimination of red leg frog disease, ideal temperature control, confinement of frogs to the domestic range, greatly reduced mortality and a growing time of seven months from baby frogs to marketable maturity are some of the many advantages claimed for a patented system of frog culture in concrete tanks developed by John Eugene Stearns of El Monte, California.
License Plates, now with more Skulls! (Mar, 1939)
I want a skull on my license plate! I also love the girls expression.
Special License Plates Tag Careless Drivers
Special license plates for traffic violators are being considered as a safety measure by Cliff Davis, commissioner of public safety in Memphis, Tenn. If the measure is adopted motorists who persistently break traffic laws will be required to run in their regular licence plates for special tags, similar to that shown in the photograph above, bearing a skull and the words “traffic-law violator.”
Raise Giant Frogs (Jan, 1936)
Friday Animals for Profit blogging, teaching you how to turn frogs into cold, hard cash!
Update: Bryans Basement also has a similar ad, I see we share a love of animals for profit blogging.
Raise Giant Frogs
A New, Uncrowded Industry
Good Profits – No Competition
Each pair of “Nufond Giant” breeders lay 10,000 eggs every year. With modern methods, up to 90% turn into frogs.
Giant frogs sell up to $5.00 per dozen everywhere. Think of the profit possibilities! Competition is unknown because the wild supply is practically exhausted.