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Image Number 3 for United States Patent #3953018.

A newspaper stuffer for inserting newspaper sections into newspaper jackets including pockets movable along a path and stationary bottom-feed hoppers spaced along the path of the movable pockets. Also included are first and second feed hoppers each adapted to hold a supply of jackets and positioned in generally side-by-side relationship wherein separate first and second jacket feed means are respectively associated with the first and second feed hoppers for withdrawing jackets from the associated hopper and supplying the withdrawn jackets to the circulating pockets. Further, associated with the jacket feed means is a control means for sensing failure of the first feed means to supply a jacket to a pocket and subsequently actuating the second feed means to supply a jacket to the pocket missed by the first feed means.








 
 
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