Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 20, 1962 · Page 2
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 2

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, December 20, 1962
Page 2
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CAMERA^ IN OVER YOUR HEAD? Relax, come up willing and itart «gain. Sometimes it can prove to be a prize winner like thii humorous closeup by Robert L. Davis of Lawrenceburg, Tenn. It won a $500 second prize in the 1S6J Newspaper National :'Snapshot Awards. .-.;· ly IRVING DCSFOR :·-.; AP N«wtft«turt :We camera fans are living in ah age of photographic improvements. Cameras and equipment have been automated, mechanized aro^ improved to a degree tar removed from the simple box camera era thai we started from; And, since each improvement is improved, the cycle it endless. Then, every once in a while, someone breaks Into these endless cycles and announces: "The latest improvement! We're back to the box camera.,. it's so simple and inexpensive! No widgits, no gidgits, no extras!" Well, folks, that's what has hap- pf iftd in the 35 mm elide projector fieia right now. you realize the tremendous ·ovemcnts and electronic wfc U(at has taken place in projectors these past ..tew In the'beginning-we' push. !.slides, one by one, into a |ple machine. · came the first big im'ement: the single slides were 1 into trays. Then the trays 'f$ mechanized. Then ·.they/were ^jltjrha'fed. TJien. canje. tpace-agi Skiers;of'remote'.contr.o.l-re' ftjofe fojusing and gmsto'n, forwards or backwards Bj,.selected, intervals. The mos fecent wonder has been the add! tion of a magnetic sound track on each 35mm slide. ·;6f course, with each improve ment the price of the projector was hiked a bit higher. Needless to say, at various stages of these improvements,-'the price scares Out of reach for'tome slide; fails "·So, to you displaced, side-track ed or priced-oul-of-Siarket colp - .sljde hobbyists . . . . and. to yoi {beginners or youngsters S/rho wan tjj'feel your wa^ slowly in this ralitbow world ... and to you in dependents who do not have t ksep up with the slide-projecto Joneses, comes this announce ·jne.nt from Bausch 4 Lamb: The Balmite 50 is a new, low : |ciced (under-$15). slide projecto IKit does for picture looking wha :j(Se; box camera did for 'pictur king. It is simple to operate nd foolproof; you insert a slide a viewing groove which runs vough the center of the little achine. To change slides, you sen another slide and it pushes e previous slide out. Shaped like a long rectangular iox with a lens it is made out o: black, tough plastic and weight nly two pounds. It accepts 2x2 ich cardboard mounted slidec 35mm, Bantam (Bt) and Su- wr-slldes (IK x IK). The lens evolves for focusing from 10 feet way. When the lens it all the ay forward, it is two feet from e image which measures five tr ght Inches. At this close-up posl on, it's sort of a projected hand ewer . . . if the room is darl nough. Well, there .ft is, a staple pro- ector for the masi market: a box 1th a lens at one end, a 'slide ;rove in the center and a 50-watt amp inside at 'the other end. However, I can think of a few Improvements . . . And here w o again! ^·.Wi in History Companies Charged With Price, Bid Fix PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Tyar WMt Owtt steel pipe distributor! doing buwess in six states-*)chiding Cotorado-wert; accused Wednesday by a federal ymi jo- 17 of price fixing and bid rigging. TV four are ESCO Corp., Port land, Ore.; Alaska Copper Com- anies. Inc.. Seattle, Wash.; and Tubesales and the Republic Supply Co., of California, both of Lot Angeles. A complaint filed by the justice epartment'f wititrmt division at San Francisco charged the firms with fixing prices on pipe and tubing. Marquis L. Smith of the din- tta. said tome of the pips and ubing it used in the manufac- ure of missiles and aircraft rock- ·Is. He said the price fixing was in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Law. The government also filed a civ- 1 action at U.S. District Court tere to order the firms to halt what the government said was the vactice of exchanging informa- ion on bids, prices and sales. Smith said the four firms did « million in business last year Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, Utah and Colorado. UII THI TRUUNI WANT ADS Brake Relining 95 21 Official Inkt and Llaht IniptctUn Itatlon Clyde's Thrifty Service 7th A«. at 8th St. give the Gift of Distinction YORK (AP)-The ."'de ; "{Iijt of. the Jews has paralleled tin of the civilizations they lived, except in on t, writes Max- 1. Dimont. ~r5oniehow the jews managed 'to etcape the cultural death of each of the civilizations wjlhui.' which 'they dwelled." The observation . is part oC a comprehensive new. history of Judaism, "Jews. God and History/' published by Simon arid Schuster. Texts Paper-Bocked NEW YORK - There has been a quick revolution in textbooks, and the heavy cloth-bound books seem on the way out. Two years '\'}tt hss than a dozen high schools :-;«^trJ paper-back textbooks; today ·;jt*5je than a thousand do. IF Lord Esquire Electric Shoe Care Butler Reg. 24,95 95 BMjuirc Cavalier, Kiwi. Shine Kits ,- 2.95 · Only (eg. 2.95 «49 quire and Kiwi Wood i Shine Kits t gular to 6.95 w Only ..._ 3-Pc. Jewelry Sets Now Only plus tax Superior Shoe Service 8th Avt. 6reel«y Kcanan "Mi- Miiculiu (jttinet-t*. MKT I*U cm with lioitinf iillii. tor s!n»...!hi ·ccurtcr U Illle* if Nhili. . (HIM iccntca · iir ruin tilRleit ilul cm. how nariftt Split licofll minyti trKh far Ihf IIMflK* thlt kHft Henri limi. 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