Business: Super

Halted by the New York State Attorney General's office last week was sale of stock in Super-Utilities, Inc., a concern organized to promote the inventions of one Arthur C. Lingelbach. His inventions included an airplane capable of 1,000 m.p.h. and a therapeutic "Super-U-Wave" machine with "63,000,000 evolutions a second." Courtly, white-haired Inventor Lingelbach, whom the Attorney General found to have had a similar career in the securities business in other States, claimed past associations with Edison, Burbank, Henry Ford. His engineering achievements, he said, included the Packard straight-eight motor, the A.E.F.'s front...

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