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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Odar Rapids Gazette: Tburs.. July 25. 1971 Vermouth Pledge Neglected Evaporation DlCk HfSt IIS it k Ifl L' the Iicrfcr-t rt i rt i i HP ...n i t tn. ,n ,.nt V, ,.l i. Ky IMck Wrsl making the perfect martini WASIII.M.TON (I I'D Ynu I was usinf Inn tliink ynif-.e tn.i.l.ies. he cries in I me tell you In Terry Mcllale nl l-'inil. Mich ttnrkim.' frur I an nldi-r friend ami cnnnois -cm- nnlc presented hun "Id-ears me OLIO., n! I with a fifth nf Italian dr. m computim-it. life ''M-ei hau- m-x'ieit- "Vuuili; man. said the !ilkl' i friend "if ynu prepare M.III- liiiirtinis pn.pcrK, this fifth of i fine Italian dry vi-nnnnth will J laM ynu year-, Mcllale Iniik these unrds tn i heart and remained mindful nf Ins friend's aducc ttheii Hie cucklail linur j and chaerin he discovered lie had rim no! nf MTinoiilh a full weeks slmrl n( his 2Sth ueddini: .-innner- Some Reassurance (imte iinderslandalily he is tortured hy remorse and self-dnnbts. "llau- I been deluding myself and friends all these years hy thinking 1 was Dick West each opening, the vermouth uoiiid last lint only in In Michigan, din- In more the the nnHents that span f time supplv lost last ii H'17 ihi'.s tnre'.er If Mcllale to Also 'o he taken mtn aecnunt ri'cmer the !wn-week alisorp- au'n Chow Time These four newly hatched wrens seem to be voicing their disapproval, either because mom is 'ate with tine groceries or because someone is poking a camera at them. The was taken at Lake Park, Ga. Thousands of Squid Ashore on California Coast LOS ANGELES Thousands of are washing ashore aliiiK the southern (.'alifnrnii coast, chasing Rrunion (small fish) and at least one friKitened lit- tle girl. "There are many thousands of them out John Fitch, research director ,if the state fisheries laboratory in Long Beach, says. The octopus-lite creatures, usually found in :he waters off Chile and Peru, have washed ashore from Oceanside to Point Dume. he said, a stretch of coastline 100 miles long, north and south of Les Angeles. Jlostfr Small "Must of t.iem are about 2 feet long and2 to 3 pounds." he said, but the species is "known to get to 12 feet in length and can weigh 1.10 to 200 pounds." John Olgain, director of the C'abrillo museum in San Pedro said a little girl ran from the water there in fright, with a small squid wrapped around her leg. "It didn't bite her. and she was just he said. The squid have long tentacles and small beaks, like a bird's, which they use to catch and eat their pri'y. Fitch said he examined some of the squid "and they had grunion in their stomachs, sn. it's possible they chased after the grunion and stranded themselves on shore." (Iruaion are small silvery fish that swim ashore to spawn (in nights of full moon. Stayed 3 Years Fitdh said the squid last ap- peared off the coast in 1934. and on that occasion they stayeiri for three years, with specianens weighing up lo 30 pounds washing ashore. Already, he said, "the net fishermen are plagued by them, and many fishermen havo quit fishing because the squid get tangled in their are edible, and in I tally. and the Oritent. they are caught in large numbers and prepared in many ways. 'SOS' Fails To Save 'OAKLAND. Calif. (UPI) Cf in shop owner Wayne Skiles tapped out an "SOS" when a rubber handcuffed him to his private teletype machine. Coin dealers linked with the (lircuit called police. But by the officers arrived the thief was gone with SfiO.flOO worth of 500-year-old gold pieces, silver coins and cash, police said. Think of it as a Wallbanger CJOHG IOCO> Ta.Ve a tall glass lull of ico. Add an ounce and a half of Tortilla Tequila. An ounce of Nea- politan Italian Style Liqueur. Fill to the top wilh Squiit and plop in a hunk of fresh lime What have you got? A genuine Cactus Banger a spunky, citrusy. South-of-the-Bordci kind of clunk that Haivey Waif banner have jusl not tjo love. Because .if's .1 r.oit of Wallbanger gone loco. once you try one of World war II The quality nl Italian tjlass extract the .1- ai ;tiiit tiini- sninctt hat tenor and u-riiionth bottles nded In he ahn'.e normal :n isorbi-ncy .'-ears am: This particular bniilc imild evict! well liau- absorbed r25th the lint ground eniKiiith Weeks Were mixed prnper GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS For Sporti, Bookkeeping General Infot munon und Otticei Hot Luted Below Coll 358 3211 culation-Subsaiplion 398-8333 Mon thru Sul. 8 rj.m. m 7 p m Sundays Until 12 Noon Holidays II cm. to 7pm ml Ads 399-8234 Mon Ihru Fii.Gum lo Spin Saturday unt.1 12 Noon Display Advertising 398-8722 8 o.m to 5 p m. 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