SHELVES MOVE IN NEW STORE (Oct, 1933)
SHELVES MOVE IN NEW STORE
Comfortably seated in a self-service grocery store just opened in Los Angeles, Calif., a housewife selects her purchases from moving shelves of price-tagged merchandise that pass before her. The endless, motor-driven chain of shelves, makes a complete circuit in eight minutesâ€” leisurely enough for the customer to make her choices and lift the articles from their shelves. When her basket is full, she pays the cashier.