Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on May 26, 1971 · Page 23
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 23

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, May 26, 1971
Page 23
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Wednesday, May 26, 1971 Page 9A Garden City Pack a Camera for Vacation Memories Recording on film the people and places who 'helped make your travels enjoyablie can be fun amid ait the same time give yiou a collection of illustrated meimwies. There are cameras abound today to fit anyone's allowance or aMiity, so there is no ex- ousia tor not bringing home a few shcitis of *ibat friendly couple you are bound to meet ainywtaeaie from Cape Cod to San Francisco Bay, or the funny guy at Yellowstone National Park who wiffl. insist on calling the water spouts ^geezers." Here atre some hints afooxit ptelto©rapfoy from mat avid amateur. Before you leave the store with youir brand new camera, make sure you know taow to dbanige the ffllm. Insist on loading it yourself with the sales- main at your elbow. Also insist on knowing what every Gadget is for. Then set the lens opening on 8 and the speed alt 100 and ge ready to shoot your way into a beautiful summer. You move up to more speed if you're wcoixMrag a sports cai anily a speed of lOOfch of a sec- Mid will take oane of every- jhtog. You set the lens opening maSler to 16 or 20 on a bright unlight day .and wider, to 4 or when dowds are hiding the un. Any member of cameras wibh automatic focusing devices may puircihased and many people ake advantage of this guaa-an- eieior sharply etched negatives. race or a basebat player for home. But ordi But it's necessary to frame the picture and snap the shutter. Don't snap off your shot unless you have someone like Maiio AndiTcM in your lens, Mado makes it With fast oars and if you should be arount when he's barreling up Pike's Peak this summer or you hap pen to catch President Nixon waving to a crowd, swap* in- staniUiy and then pray that ail the gadgets ware on the righ numbers. Ninety-five per cent of the actures ta'ken can be planned 'or a moment, however. So in hat miomemt, inake svire Dhe un is at youa- back, your sub- eofcs 'are all in view, head to oot, if it's not a close-up. It's almost -as bad to hack O'ff a >air of feet as a head white maifcing a picture. If you want a close shot, move in and make it from the waist up. Avoid fountains in the background which might be revealed in your picture as gushing out of Gaiamsy's head. Flower pots »eWnd your subjects are also x> be avoided. You make a picture of Aunit Agatha with a lily growing out of her ear and she won't leave you a dime. Take your time photographing mountains and statues, too. They aren't going anywhere. But the clouds passing over liie 'mountains and people strolling by statues can add greaifly to your masterpiece. M fact, your dear mate, daughter, son or anyone who happens to be along should be working into any scenic or historical setting. The familiarity lends warmth to the picture and" the addition to a human form adds the element of proportion. ON A Silver Scott State Park lake where canoeists find great sport. Litterbugs Among Out-of-Doors Lovers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The truth is not always beautiful. Take as m case in point, the result of surveys conducted by Keep America Beautiful, Inc. which reveal that far too many of us, citizens in good standing too, are guilty of lit taring. The greatest shocker of all is to team that even among out- of-door lovers there are litterbugs, who inadvertently certainly, are damaging out-of-door •ports. In North Dakota, for example, littering has resulted in 40 sites being banned to fishermen. In Nevada, a famous SS^aere rakibow trout pood at Crit- tehden Dam has been closed. -West Virginia i-eportcdl some 20 mUefS of streaima have been posted, The Connecticut Board of Fisheries and Game at more sKreamis aire' being closed to fishing every year. Twenty-two states said that litter is detrimental of fish life. Such cold-water fish as bass and trouit were mentioned as being especially susceptible to the ill effects of litter. No one group in American society is entirely free of the littering habit, the 7 survey found. Contrary to the common belief, tourists are by no means (he worst offenders. Littering by adults between the ages of 21 and 35 is more than three times greater than that of persons over 50. Men lit- .ter much more than women. Farmers and residents o£ the. smallest communities are niiore likely to litter than people \vlio live in big cities'. ' COOL IDEA The Double Lifer Arrow's two-for-the-money shirt Winner. Add a broad 70's tie and you're eminently shirted for the executive conference room. Remove it, and make it great at the leisure scene. Anywhere. The secret's in the 4" pointed collar that's reinforced for the neat casual or the take-a-tie-well look. In a huge variety of woven .and printed Perma-Iron fabrics. With short or long sleeves. A singularly smart investment. $8.00 up L Kent Collection by Fun for Everyone! Miniature Golf Course East Fulton HOURS: 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. THREE WAYS TO CHARGE

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