Phonograph Record Jacket for Argetinea Overture Jr. Police Radio Band
Top of record jacket is open to slip phonograph record in for some protection from dust. Hole on either side exposing titles.
*Printed one side in red: "audiodiscs / AUDIO DEVICES, INC. / 444 MADISON AVENUE / NEW YORK 22, N.Y."
*Printed on reverside sticker: "READ CAREFULLY / This is an instantaneous recording. The care that you give it will determine its length of life. Observe these few directions. I. Be sure that phono turntable is level. This will prevent the pickup from skidding across record if it is accidentally jarred. II. Use a max. needle pressure of 2 to 3 oz. on the pickup. A simple test for needle pressure can be obtained by placing a finger under the pickup needle and lifting the full weight of the playing arm thru the needle point. If the arm is too heavy to do this it should be counterbalanced until the needle pressure is sufficiently reduced. III. Use only shadowgraphed steel needles. Do not use any needle that has previously been used on a regular commercial made record. So-called "permanent" needles in time become worn and may seriously damage your records. IV. Keep the record free from dust or grit and do not store it where it may become bent. / CALLAN STUDIO / RECORDING / DENVER 11, COLORADO / 3326 W. 29th Avenue / GR and 6516"