Youthful Skipper Hits Off 10 m.p.h. Clip on “Aquacar” (Nov, 1932)
That’s a cute boat but, do sandals really make your feet bigger?
Youthful Skipper Hits Off 10 m.p.h. Clip on “Aquacar”
A TWIN-PONTOON “aquacar” has solved all navigation problems for young Billy Barrud, of Lake Arrowhead, Calif. Eight paddles on each side wheel enable him to back up or speed ahead, merely by turning the handles in the direction he desires to go. Each pontoon is six feet long, canvas covered. Other parts are built from scrap wood. The boat is no slow poke, for it can hit off a neat clip of 10 miles per hour. $4 was the total cost of the contraption.
Why Women’s Shoes Are Bigger
WOMEN’S shoes must be wider and differently shaped this winter because so many women wore sandals through the summer, is the prediction of a New York foot specialist. This summer’s styles have marked what is probably the closest to bare feet that shoes can come, allowing an unprecedented degree of freedom to the foot.|