National Geographic : 1932 May
WHY- WORR U - U - - - OR * This was a problem... but not any more! We've settled it. No one ever did like to get all wet, splashing around the sink taking ice cubes out of metal freezing trays. So we made flexible rubberfreezing trays. And you just lift out the cubes when they're frozen ... one at a time or all of them. The tray is dry. Your clothes are dry. The ice is dry. No melting, splashing, tugging, pulling, pound ing. The cubes are never shattered or broken. And because they're dry-larger-colder and cube shaped-they last longer. They're clean and as pure as the water you use. More than a million forward-looking refriger ator owners are now using this sensible, modern rubber freezing tray. It is standard equipment in all leading makes of automatic refrigerators. Be sure there are flexible rubber trays in the refriger ator you buy. Or if you already have a refrigerator, you can have flexible rubber trays to fit it . . . priced as low as $1.50 each. See the local dealer of your make of refrigerator or write us, giving the name of your refrigerator and the number of cubes your ice tray holds. THE INLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY Dept. C-5, Dayton, Ohio. 2-10 O. IF YOU have ever eaten a big, I luscious, ripe tomato right S off the vine, you have tasted the rich, garden-fresh flavor that makes Heinz Tomato Juice deliciously different. Perfect red-ripe tomatoes se lected from the world's finest crop-pressed and packed the day they are picked, give Heinz Tomato Juice that matchless, natural, fresh flavor. You get all the food value of the ruddy, fully ripened Heinz to mato at the height of its scarlet good ness-all of its essential health-giving vitamins-even its delicate aroma. Your grocer sells HeinzTomatoJuice in both tin and glass containers. H. J. HEINZ COMPANY f PITTSBURGH, U. S. A . * TORONTO, CANADA LONDON, ENGLAND HEINZ Tomato Juice "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."