The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 7, 1968 · Page 50
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 50

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t'X2 Post & Times, Thursday, Nov. 7, 1968 we care Boating ! anno 0 KRAFT Mayonnaise 1 ill vl Bv JACK HOUSTON NEW YORK (UPI) - From ditty bag: Power boat fanciers will a wider selection of next year than ever judging from the being prepared for the boat shows. Options wateijet, uas turbine, outboard, inboard-ouldrive. 2 Tntpfn) J LI w,i J Li LI b p p jA nm ?jfp5inm jyuis Loju (MM KmH UttiiS jj jjJ r." IV iiiiiiiir Special! A&P Brand Light Meat Special! lib. AQt r I. T.. O6h0z. OOc Soft Parkay Ailnrnnrinn IVUIUUIIIU On. 'n IIIUIIK IUIIU O Cans 07 . . " C -It Special. 4 99 c Golden Rise Wagon Wheel Flakey Pei "" Armour Vienna Biscuits 2r29c Sausaae o ... V Our Own Special! Special! Tea Baqs 100 4. 89( Armour Treet '55 r lirs L ... . W' ..,..-. Special! Derby Mil SuDer-Riaht 2 69c Chili wBeans Tamales 13'j0z. Jars. r r-. Li I Snerinl! unu Dlnkt r nmaA is'iOz-OOC Can Li Special! !5c:n0,69c ouper-KignT vanneu "i uf,v. ..v.- Luncheon Meat 'ff 49' Beef Hash Vpnotnhla (.hnrtpninn W Instant Coffee ",v"v s I Ann Page Grape Jam or JELLY NESCAFE CRISCO 79 7-0z. 13s79tJ3a79tJ tho hjve propulsion before, exhibits 1WW include inboard, gasoline, diesel, cycle and 4 cycle, and electric. They represent an over all horsepower range of 1.5 to 51)0. As for the boat shows, there are at least 44 of them listed so tar for the first two months of l',W, with 2 states and Washington, D.C. represented. The granddaddy of them all, the National Eioal Show in New-York, will have its iWth renewal .starting .Ian. 2 and running to Feb. 1. Of the 44 shows in January and February, 18 are bring sponsored by marine trade and dealer groups, four bv newspapers and two jointly bv a tiade association and a newspaper. The others are sponsored by private groups. It is interesting to note that the l!t shows will include ones in Arizona, Kansas and Oklahoma, arid states where 'here was virtually no pleasure boating I'll vears ago. A combination of boat trailers and dam building has created a boating boom in those areas, uith Oklahoma now boasting more than Wl.oiKj registered boats and Arizona and Kansas upwards of 20,000 each. Latest estimates put the number of boat trailers now-whizzing along the nation's highways at 3.5 million. Estimated sales for 19 are close 10 200.000. A recent survey by the Outboard Boating Club of America showed that nearly a third ot the respondents trailered their craft more than 50 miles each time they went boating. And X' per cent stored their boats on trailers, either in their garage or backyard. A new sheet release device to stop catamarans and trimarans from turning over will make its debut at the 19 shows. The device, developed by a British firm, is preset just short of the angle of no return and when the craft keels to this angle all sheets are automatically released. Use of fiberglass for pleasure boats will reach a new-high ot 124 million pounds in I'tiW, up 13 per cent over the 17 figure, according to a survey by the Boat Committee of 'he Society of the Plastics Industry. Inc. The survey also noted a trend toward the purchase of larger boats, a steady percentage increase in Ihe sales of stern-drive boats, and the extreme popularity of the tri hull and cathedral vee hull designs. The first of a new series of Jiearings on boating safety by .the House Merchant Murine and Fisheries Committee was held recenllv at New London, Conn., with 1H witnesses testifying. Two important points which emerged: Existing; boating laws should be used more effectively rather than -enact new ones; the biggest safety problem seems to be newcomers to Ihe sport who do not take advantage of boating education facilities that are ,i ailablc. New York Slate leads the nation in the number ot outboard motors in use tiOH.OOll with Michigan second. !"!.-ooo; California third, 120,000. Woming brings up the rear with O.ooo. That, we're afraid is a myth. However, many smart people eat a lot offish... for a couple of very healthy reasons. Fish is very good for you. It's an excellent source of high-quality protein. Flounder, Cod, Halibut, Haddock and Ocean Perch contain less than one percent fat. Fish provides a treasure chest of minerals and vitamins. Fish is also highly recommended for people who are watching their weight. No other food provides so much protein with so few calories, yet is so satisfying. Your A&P features a wide variety of fish. 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