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The Medina daily journal and Medina register. (Medina, N.Y.) 1932-1970, March 02, 1971, Image 4

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·4 THE JOURNAL•REGISTER TUESDAY, MARICH 2, 1971 Ever Try )At :i,~;!t\'~-;:;-sam~s~:·~· , ··, Morse expla,ined tb~t tbe:lir$t ln >PubiJC' Betting . ·c· -or· ne·t·t· T- ·.he· y· 're·· - Evpe··rt· s st~p ofm~ad pro(luction. ~ ,_ · · · -· ·· · - ·· -· -·. -·· · · .. ·. · .. -· · .· _.• ·. • •. _· •... · .·: • ..• •. ·A·~·· .. •· _ ~~i=~~Y. and acids ~ected J.Ifa!u!~~r!~~H;£wtb: the - · · · - · · · · · · · -_ . . \When tlte y~st i$ put into thil! ci~y:s .. Off-.Track ~ting CQtj»:; IT~CA .. When mythological th~ chief sweet and !Wlm. source . . t - ,, he 'cl ••·t tt eks th ent•cn;ed . the state agettcy secQri1~Y . gods inhabit~ the ea~ and of sugar to make .an ~~boDe .rr::; ure, f thes:,' 1 ada:_ ......... Ji>~ which regulates .the corporation clE~k$ C()mmuned With men, mead was beverage .. Th~meninbab1tmg the. s ars 0 . . .-,ney,,an _· .\'.!:~ Sunday for not being ~'Veryef- ' ~=,;~~po!:~~~n~ thetton~ywineclrunkbygodsand shores· of the Mediterranean ::dmal~=.~:::::~~:::: fectiv.e\ ~ elicl~!'S- sta~. sup- s By JACK WOLISTON and Specialty Boats: 543 models. NEW YORK (UPI) _Unless a Si~es from 4 feet to 43 feet and new-boat buyer has something prtces. from $29 to _$29,950. The specific in mind he may have a top-pr1ced model IS a 43-{oot h d t . kin' h . thi workboat. ar IMe ma g a c 01ce s -. Inflatable :Boats, Life Rafts year· · _ . and Folding Boilts: 134 models. A survey shows he will have Sizes from 4% feet to 19 feet and 3,726 stock-model boats to sel17t prices from $18 to $2,040. . from - 54 more models than m . Do-it-yourselfers have a choice 1970. of 343 kits and plans put out by 18 These range from a tiny 4-foot different companies. They can water sled up to an 82-foot build almost anything froni a 711~ auxiliary sailboat. And the price boot runabout to a luxurious 72- range is just as wide. The tags foot cruising ketch. Prices range start at $_18 for a small inflatable from $5 for a set of plans for a boat and go all the way up to small boat to $9,950 for an in- $575;000 for a luxurious 57-foot in- board cruiser kit. board cruiser. A sailboat is still the most It's easier if the prospective popular type of boat for the do~it­ buyer has in mind the specific yqurselfer. There are plans, kits, type of boat he wants. It also arid hulls for 117 different one- helps if he knows how much he design, daysailers, and cruisers. wants to pay. · Just two manufacturers put out The. survey, conducted by dd-it-your self sterndrive and B~ating magazine for its Annual outboard boats, but they offer 99 Drrectory of Boats and Equip- different models. There are 69 ment, gives the following figures inboard cruiser models and a on the various types of pleasure number of houseboats rowboats boats: canoes and specialty boats. ' -Inboard Boats: There are 594 models. Size range is 10 feet, 4 inches up to 80 feet. Prices go from $975 - $320 less than last year • up to $575,000. The latter figure is $245,000 more than in 4-H MAVERICKS . 1970. On Feb. 4, the Medina Maver- -Sterndrive Boats: 599 icks held a demonstration meet- COOK HONORED - 0. W. Cotton, 89, smiles as Kathi Houston tells him he has been named an honorary member of the Interna- tional ·Society of Girl- watchers for commentiQg favorably on miniskirts in a cookbook he published in San Diego, Calif., in 1968. models. Size'range is 14 feet, 10 ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. inches to 36ft., 3 inches. Low-end Lee Roberts at 8 p.m. Our lead- price is $795, $804 less than last er told us about, what projects TEMPE 1 R·A TUJJES ·. year, and spirals up tq $35,000, we can do and insurance money , $5,000 more than in 1970. was collected. · ·· · · · · · · men alike. _ . . . thousands :of rears a_go . ~ dioxide .esca - and the alcohol port for City poSitions on. ISSUes on an retnark$ radio · J;ta· Two C~rnell sctentl$~S, .an holley as a wme: base SlRlply .. lert . th pes, d, · · delaymg the start of the wager- .tion . entomolog.standaf~setentist,, beca~·.theY ~1d not bave Is· . m e mea ·. . . ing system., . _ . an~:E::~can~ have coupled theancumlistudyof Sligar.\. . _ · , _ · · Mo~ noted . that thi.s fer• -- _-. . . . . _ , .. · . . · · for• the gu. herbals and modern ti!Cbnol~gy Despitethesactedand m~gical mentation proceSS is stopped by . S~unrels .a~so reiter~tecl the bel11at0rial Ian to recreate this ll!gendary liquor q':'alit~es _a~tt~il:~~ted tct-IJotter one. «>!. ~wo _ things:. ,.ei~~ the ~ty k dpposltidson~ to r:leebsti~~~ce year, was' asked · · -he. was re- for modern man. wme, littl,e \V8,S k_b&wn al:Jo\it the sus~ a~e used uP.yu~J.t:ijrig\-a. dey ac · e!]lan ,or su . bal· ceiving ·· from the The researchers, Profs. Roger .process. res~ns1ble __ for· 'lnead honey wme, or, the;«:onc~t:ration, ly more. than .. th~ one percent state iii his · to .launch A. Morse of. the N.Y. S~te ~oductlon until the m1ddle of th~ ?f alc.obol becomes-~ l!trong that· ··hof ~e cobi~ation s panu:tutuel off-course _ · · . the city • College of Agriculture .and Kmth nmeteenth ~entury, :• he . add~. it. po!BOns the y~st. cells. The an · r . 'V; .• cb bas been offered \The state Betting H. Steinkraus of the N.Y. State \At that time, Lows Pasteur, a wme IS then \raclt:ed\or clarified track offtm,.all!. He ~dded, h?w· Commission is · · · . up reaDy Agricultural Experiment Stati~n Fyenc~ scientist, showed that a for seve!al.months and aged for ever • that rece!lt C?operabon · of only three or peop~ at Geneya, do not expect thar b10log.~al process called fer- t\W to ~IX years. _ , .. _ between the corporation and tbe. --.and they ._ .- • really beetl honey W!fie to please the palates mentation-aJI?notsupernatural .Prof. Morse .remarked that a tr~cks . a.nd · track employe very effective.. sam~els of !ill wme 1ov~rs. But they.do forces,-- ex~lam~ the nature of wme can be ev~uated from the umons could ~ea~,.the: st~ of responded. · str1ve to proVIde a refreshing wme formation;\ · smell of the sealing cork. offtrack -~~t~mg · m the m:xt · ''The . liavenTt ineffec· altet:na~ve to the fruit wines now T~e. Cornell _mead making Wbe~ ~sk~d wha! . sw_eet !~w w~b if s,_uch ~peration tive; Jey · stopped 'us- domuulb~ the market. . _ proces~, perfect¥ ~t the Geneva aromatics ~dicatt; a fme ~e, genumely contmues. but on tM othiel hand ·they. . \Mead 1s not a new drink,\ Ex.pertment Station and the Morse replied, \W1th experience He said representatives of his haven·•t been eff~ve in explained Prof. Mor~e. \Long U~versity's .Dyce Laboratc?ry, one ju~t becomes fa~ar with co~ration, the tracks and the getting any supPort at !>afore the grape was mtroduced rehe_s on a umque blend of ac1ds, the t~gs characteristic of a umons 1\eld weekend· meetings ··the state level helpiDg us mto Northern Europe, honey was nutrients, and selected yeasts, a good wme.\ and were schedUled to· meet in solve o.ur :..==~ .-outboard Boats: 811 models. On Feb. 18, we held a business AL~AN~ (~!) :-: Tempera- Size range is 7 feet to 24 feet, 5 meeting at the home of Mr. and ~ures ~ prmc1pal c1bes ~onday . inches (13 feet, 5 inches shorter Mrs. Robert Pask at 7 : 53 p.m. and this mornmg: high low This.- is ,Something · t!)an in 1970). Prices start at $60, · led by Bradley Pask, president. Albany 45 18 go up to $5,235, compared with $99 The secretary gave roll call and Boston 45 18 and $ 7 • 190 in 1970 · the minutes were read from the BtJ!falo 35 20 Cruising Sailboats: 474 models. · . t'. Chicago 34 28 Size_ range 14 feet to 82 feet.}'rice preVIous mee mg. Cleveland 36 23 range $1,300 to $168,000. Latter The gr_oup talked about some Des Moines 34 17 . figure is a jump of $58,000 over new busmess and Sharon Rob- Detroit 41 24 last year. erts read the progress report on Houston 65 60 -Day and . One~Design the horse barn. Kansas City 37 23 Sailboats: 326 models. Sizes Refreshments were served at Los Angeles 60 40 from 7 feet to 38 feet. Prices from the close of the meeting. Miami· Beach 77 73 $114 to $9,500. The $114 model is a .News reporter Montreal 32 9 lateen rig that's ready to sail. Cindy Pask New Orleans 80 73 -. House and Pontoon Boats: .................................. New York 56 34, 245 models. Sizes froms 10 feet to ·.;,.!.-.,-...-...-...~·~'!·~:-...-...-...-...-...~~-.. . ._ . ._ • ._ . ._ ..... ·.·.·.· .. · .. ··············: Phila~elphia 61 37 70 feet and prices from $500 to· Your Classifieds Phone 798-1400 Pittsburgh 50 31 $125,000. St. Louis 51 31 -. Rowboats, Dinghies, Canoes Seattle 39 31 N ·. . Copies? Qf1etters, Clippirigs, Certificates, Docu~ents, etc. . ' Meet your co needs on our new Xerox 661 Serve You - EHicient! Xerographic Copy Service RATES FOR (' COPIES 1 • 5 25c ea • 6. 50 15c ea. 50-up 10c ea. The Journal-Register MEDINA , N.Y. PHONI;Z 'ZSIJ-1400 TME BIRDS You ·Can 1 t Afford /i To Miss I I WE WANT YOU. TQ.·,fl~ OUl:·fQRY~»t~Elf JUST HOW PRODUCTIVE J-R WANT ADS ARE.;. . . . . I Duri The Month of MaKh We. A To Give Aw Our Pay For One;Day Insertion and G,t, • < ' ; ' • J :1 ' ' I ' Two· More Days Without Cost~ , · As an example ~ne 16-worcl advertisement costs 64c regularly $1.92 for th';H dat-. ' \ . ' l You only pay the first day 64c - the rest is on t~e- hou~. ·1 I I . . • . ' • I l . March Is A Good Time To 'llear The DeUs'~ ·. . . . . . . . .. ·. . -. . ~t~t·. . ., - . ; . . . . . . ' . i Get ..ely for Spring. and Sum.;., by. seling aD-~ articles you ltavel~ long~ ~se l,r ~But which. willfind a welcome .. ho~pe-from. IQ~aone- wh.o dfMts. - ·· , : . . . . • _ , . I Search the hou$e from cellar to .aHi~-~ 'and· don't· overlook the. gar;·ge. - - . . - . . . . . . . I -. Get enough· money· to buy a_, E.Cister outfif .. for thewhole family. I • . - , , . ' . . :- ' ' r ' •• J -· -.,_. :_ :( _ _ ; -~~ y • ,f ... ' -,:· • ·'

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