Time Clock, Jul. 19, 1954

COLOR TV SETS with 19-in. tubes will soon be on the market for less than $1,000. Columbia Broadcasting System is now making its new "Color-tron 205" picture tube, the first color tube to be mass-produced. A CBS-Hytron plant will be turning out 10,000 tubes a month by September for Motorola (which will use the tube in its new $895 and $995 sets), Sears Roebuck, and CBS's own sets.

BURLINGTON MILLS Corp., No. 1 U.S. producer of synthetic textiles, is bidding for control of Pacific Mills (which ranks seventh in cottons and woolens). In one...

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