National Geographic : 1965 Jul
Attention riveted, Rumanian chil dren watch television through a store window, which reflects the screen (above). Youngsters come each night for free entertainment; few families, living on an average income of $80 a month, can afford a $225 set, but installment buying is spurring sales. Like black diamonds, eyes flash be neath raven locks of a spectator at the 1964 Balkan Games in Bucharest. Held each year in one of six partici pating countries, the games help de termine Olympic contestants. Battle on the board: Rumanian soldiers maneuver their forces in a game of chess. They play on a bench in Republic Stadium during a lull in the Balkan Games.