National Geographic : 1943 Oct
TO dream and plan realistically for the future is both good and necessary. How ever, to indulge in Star-Gazing through the wrong end of the telescope is an extravagance which no industry can afford. RADIO can point with pride to its miraculous progress made under the emergency of war. But to promise that the miracles of Radar and other Electronic development will be ready for de livery on V-Day... is to damage an otherwise glorious record. You can depend on it The Future is Bright... But Has its Eye on the Ball! The application of new Electronic knowledge to peacetime radio production will be a gradual and evolutionary process. We don't know exactly what the first post-war Motorola Radio will look like but it will be a fine Electronic instrument. Expect Big Things From Motorola-THEY'RE IN THE MAKING! F For the development and production of Radio Communications Equipment for our armed forces, Motorola was awarded the Army-Navy "E" with added Star for con tinued excellence of performance. A **.*. * Sis more charming than ever . . . . . . THESE SECTIONAL BOOKCASES GROW AS YOUR LIBRARY GROWS ...for Home and Office. Good books deserve these fine Globe-Wernicke sectional bookcases. Users appreciate their many advan tages. They are designed for effi ciency, and solve today's problems for housing books. Best Books." Write Dept. A -10. TE . O hio St., Chicago (11) . Il1. ~e 9lobe-V nick Co... caNCalr , o. 9LORSLiOES ON MORE THAN 15,000 SUBJECTS Choose 2" x 2" color slides from the S.V.E . Library. ART, NA TIONAL PARKS, SCIENCES, WrTetfo etc. 50 per slide. Sets of 5 slides with 5 S.V .E. (Glass) F R EE Slide Binders (at no extra cost) $2.50 per set. Society forVisual Circularl Education. Inc., Dept. 10G, 100 E. Ohio St., Chicago (11), Ill. THE' ) LIBRYOF KOa0CHR1OmEs "Buy U. S. War Bonds-They Identify You"