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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednndor, Nrrtmbtr THf ItTHBIIDCf HERALD Microfilm only of a page titw York Times Service NEW YORK A microfllm- Ixf method has been invented that can record 625 book-sized pages on a single sheet of film no lirger than one of those pages. can then be dis- played, one page at a time, in portable device no larger thin i book. The device has created a sen- ntion in government and pub- lishing circles. Some sec it as revolutionizing the publication of books, the circulation of li- briry volumes, the processing of reference material for tow- ycrs, physicians and other spe- cialists. The system has been develop- ed to a preliminary stage by Dr. Adnan Waly of Personal Communications Inc., in Stam- ford, Conn, He has worked in close collaboration with Dr. George Yevick, Prof, of Physics at Stevens Institute of Technol- ogy in Hoboken, N.J. A patent for the system is to be issued next week. They believe the viewer can be made in plastic for as little as K and that the film sheets can be copies for about 25 cenL5. Recording 625 pages on the master film will cost about they say. Tlw system was demonstrat- ed recently at the national sci- ence foundation to a group ot high officials and information specialists from various govern- ment departments. According to some of those present, many of them were greatly impressed. Andrew A. Aines, acting di- rector of the office of Science Information Service at N.S.F., Raid Friday that the system of- fered a chance for the United States U> offer the world a uni- vcrs ally applicable form of "people's technology." He believes it represents a way to disseminate knowledge that is "cheap enough for al- most any human being." As a member of the national com- mission on library and inform- ation science he sees it also to offering a chance to rescue li- braries from increasing depen- dence on warehouses for their overflow. bears a) Popular wool and wool blends ool tlripei and solids Washable, perma prest -hecks, herringbones, tartan i and moral Super brjghls or classic polei and (b) 60" polyester doubleknit Colourful new polyester doubleknita from England. All perma-prest" easy care. Geo- metries, swirls, flowers, checks and loads U more. yd. (c) 45" quilted acetate surah prints Arelole lurah backed with nylon Iricot, and filled wilh polyester Smashing screen prints in Q multilude of colours and designs. (d) Niagara acrylic prints Save SI.00 on exciting new prints. Novelties, paisleys, floralj and more. Reg 49. .49 (e) 6' width nylon net Terrific for Chrisimas decorating, costumes, stuffed animals, ovcr-skjrti and even for rJpnning pois, pans. Choose from 12 of your favorite colours. "eg. 39c. 43 reg. trade maiV How to Change a SQUARE into a SALESMAN Simpsons-Sears has. eveiything for Christmas Yon) Duality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS, Opon Daily 9 O.m. to 5i30 p.m. Thur.d.y ond Frldoy 9 n.m. ,o 9 p.m. C.nira Village. Telephone 328-9231 PUT AN AD IN IT AND TURN IT LOOSE IN The Uthkidge Herald Phone 328-4411 and speak to a Lefhbridge Herald Display Advertising Representative ;