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From "Radio News"
October, 1922



The fastest way
to learn the
RADIO CODE.

LISTENING to radio concerts is only half the game. The first step to a real knowledge of wireless signaling is the knowledge of the code. Then, once mastered, the real delights of radio will be yours. Think of listening to a steamer 200 miles out at sea; think of picking up messages vital and amusing; think of the fun of getting in touch with your pals; of getting Arlington, St. John, Cape Race or Chicago.

A simple,
logical method.

All this is possible -- nay, easy, if only you know the code. Now, a new way has been developed for learning it, something so simple and logical that you will wonder that no one has ever done it before.

Jack Binns has made two phono graph records that are marvels of simplicity and clearness and with their help you can learn the code in one evening -- think of that.

And with them you get a book explaining the complete short-cut system on which the records are based.

2 Records and Text-book
- -- all for $2.00
or book alone -- 50c

The price of two dollars is ridicu- lously small as compared with the great;. permanent benefit that can be yours if you avail yourself of this big offer.

Just drop in to your dealer either radio or phonograph, and ask for Jack Binn's Radio Records, Or, send $2.00 to the

American Code Co. lnc.
206 Broadway,
NEW YORK CITY "

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