Magazine article USA TODAY

Blowin' in the Wind

Magazine article USA TODAY

Blowin' in the Wind

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* In the movie "Father of the Bride," Spencer Tracy, in preparing to host a reception for his daughter (Elizabeth Taylor), is catching an earful from the professional wedding planner whom he's hired to gel the house ready for the big event (in which there are many more guests than room to put them). Circulation is your big problem, he tells the beleaguered Tracy. The air has to have somewhere to go.

Tell us about it. With the muggiest, stickiest, sweatiest, and most humid summer in recent memory still hanging around, the theme of air circulation strikes a pertinent chord for us suffering souls of the North east--and in many other regions of the country for that matter. Central air conditioning certainly is one solution--if you can afford it. Obviously, ordinary fans alone aren't the answer. No, when searching for cooling breezes and air worth breathing, the practical--and affordable--way to go is with air circulators. And if you're talking air circulators, you might as well start at the top--with Vornado, Andover, Ken. The company has four series (200, 500, 600, and 700) of circulators. We've been very pleased with our 200, 500, and 600 models acquired ill past years, but now we were in the market for heavy artillery. …

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