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Unlimited Conference held at awarded a bronze medal at the Americana’s Host Farm in Lan- Thursday evening banquet of the caster on December 2-4. conference. They were produced at Millrace White and Cellar the Nissley Vineyards winery near Reserve Blanc wines were each Bainbridge, from French-hybrid YOU do! STEVENS FEED MILL, INC. CHESTER WIEST ISAAC K. LEFEVER Sales & Distribution Beacon Advisor Manager Phone 215-267-7042 Phone 717-741-2600 capture awards Carlisle, PA 717-249-2963 NOLT’S MILL Witmar, PA 717-393-1369 Stevens, PA 215-267-2150 CLARK SUPPLY CO. Rising Sun, MD JOHN M. HERR & SONS, INC. 301-658-6464 Grantville, PA 717-469-0988 ■Sif® 6.5. SNtMR FEED 215-562-5398 Brodbeck, PA 717-235-1213 R.E. RUDISILL Sales & Distribution Manager Phone 717-854-2281 Intercourse, PA 717-768-3431 NEW FREEDOM FARM & HOME SUPPLY, INC. New Freedom, P*v 717-235-3606 ELROY SANER Thompsontown, PA 717-535-5583 RAYBRANAS Beacon Advisory 717-843-4515 ' Inc. Lancaster Farming, Saturday, December 19,1981—813 grapes grown during 1979. “We were very pleased to receive the medals,” said owner and winemaker Dick Nissley. “The competition was much tougher this year,” he added. Out of a record number of 792 wines judged at the Eastern Wine Competition, only 180 were awarded medals, 19 of them gold. One hundred wineries from 22 states east of the Rockies and two provinces of Canada entered wine in'the competition. While Millrace White was one of seven specially selected wines served at the five-course banquet, Nissley’s apple wine was also served but not in a glass. It was an ingredient in the Roast Ten derloin Normandy, developed by Steve Dumas of the Greystone Inn at Ithaca, New York, who acted as chef for the conference. Last year, Nissley’s big winner was Aurora 1979 which received a gold medal, while seven other Nissley wines received silver or bronze medals. One of Nissley’s vinifera wines, recently was served at the National Museum of American LANCASTER Ask any person you happen to see about the need for a will and most people will reply, “Sure, it’s a good idea, everybody should have one.” What is a will? Essentially it’s a legal document which says who is to receive any portion or all of your estate or personal property. In addition, you can name a personal representative to act on your behalf during the estate settlement and, if necessary, a guardian for aiiy minor children. If the minor children are to receive property from the estate, a guardian of their property can also be named. What if you die without a will? In this situation, your property will be distributed according to the In terstate Law of Pennsylvania. This is a schedule set up by the legislation for the distribution of the deceased’s property. “Generally, this schedule follows family lines in determining where the property is to go,” says John Becker, Penn State assistant professor of agricultural law Extension. For example, if a husband dies owning a $60,000 certificate of deposit in his own name, and he is survived by his wife and their two children, then his estate, after the History in Washington, D.C. The occasion was a luncheon held on November 4 for First Lady Nancy Reagan prior to the ceremony where she presented her Inaugural Ball gown to the Smithsonian Institution. Distribution to six wine shops in the Washington area is handled by Nissley’s daughter Mary Lee. “We are gradually expanding our market,” she commented. “We also hope to establish some wine shops soon under the new Penn sylvania legislation.” Recently passed House Bill 357 permits a Pennsylvania wine producer to establish three locations for wine sales in addition to the winery. Visitors are welcome at the Nissley winery located near Bainbridge. The stone-arch winery, built by Dick Nissley and his son John, houses the large -stainless steel tanks used for fermenting and storing the wines. A tour of the winery also includes the vineyards tended by John and a sample tasting of Nissley’s award winning wines. Making a will payment of debts and expenses, would be distributed in this manner: —The surviving spouse would receive $30,000 plus one-half of the balance of the estate. The remainder of the estate would be shared equally by the two children. —But if the children were children of a prior marriage of the deceased husband, then: —The surviving spouse would receive only one-half of the estate. —The remainder of the estate would be shared equally by the two children. This is but one example of how the Interstate Law provides for the distribution of an individual’s estate. The major advantage in having a will prepared is that the individual concerned determines who will receive his or her property after death.