Handyman's 17-in-1 lounger from 1939

I love this little story from the August 1939 ish of Popular Science featuring a handyman who built a 17-in-1 lounger with every luxury he needed built right in.

COMFORT-LOVING Bill Porter, East St. Louis, 111., handy man, takes no chances on having to get up for anything once he's settled in his easy chair. For the chair, which Porter designed and built, is equipped with seventeen convenient accessories, including a radio, bookcase, electric fan, shoe-shining and pipe-smoking equipment, and compartments for food and beverages. A pull on a "gearshift" lever lowers the back, converting the chair into a bed.