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LIFE BEGINS AT 40 Changing Value Of the Dollar By ROBERT PETERSON •nd HENRY SCHMIDT As retirees and retirement planners must know now, the dollar is certainly a flexible medium of exchange. Back around the turn of the century, it represented a working man's daily wage and could buy enough bfread to feed a good sized family. Not too many years ago it represented! the ba,sic hourly wage of a highly skilled workman and would buy a fair work shirt. Today the dollar is earned with mueh less effort, but it goes out just so much faster. In the last generation the dollar amount of one's income has come to mean lifctle, unless it is taken in relation to current living costs. For this seaison, a person planning a retirement income cannot allow himself to bhink entirely in terms of present day dollars. A substantial portion of his funds must be invested in assets that do not have a fixed price label, but that vary in value with the cost of living. TOfput it another way, he wants assets he hopes will go up in value as the purchasing power of the dollar goes down. This is not an leasy invest-, ment to make.-At worst, it is downright dangerous, subjecting the investor not only to the fluctuations of the dollar, but also to the economic ups and downs of the U.S. and the entire world. Yet, this form of risk- taking must be faced up to, for only by owning something of variable value, can a person trying to peer five to ten years into the .future, hope to keep his money's 'earning power in line with conditions he cannot now foretell. There are several investments of this ownership type that can vary in value: 1. Corporate common shares and securities convertible into these common shares. 2. Mutual funds that hold mainly common shares. 3. Real estate: one's own home or rentable property in the form of apartment houses, business property, vacant lots, or farmland. 4. Rare stamps, bonks and ant. For the sake of contrast, here are fixed-dollar assets, the value of which doss not vary: 1. Gash. 2. Savings or checking accounts. 3. Corporate bonds that are not convertible into common sham. 4. Government bonds of all types, negotiable Treasury Bonds, E Bonds and H Bonds. 5. Insurance policies that yield a fixed cash value, annuities or endowment policies that yield a fixed cash value, annuities or endowment policies that provide for fixed income. These two groups of investment media, the equity or ownership group, .and the fixed-dollar, or creditor group—are not to be carelessly thought of in terms of the old Western movie: "good guys" and "bad guys." They are all good for some people. The problem is to plan one's financial diet so that it will include all the right nutriments required for the particular case. Every retirement planner must have some of his funds .in the fixed-dollar assets and some £n .equities. In fact, such fixed- dollai- assets as cash in the bank, life insurance policies and government bonds are basic to any retirement plan, since they aje safer investments. The amount' of money in each group can vary widely, however, depending upon age, earning power, total funds at hand, supplementary income during , retirement and other emergency resources, such as family members aible to*" lend money. LEGALS wife, Vivian I. Rlntoul, praying for judgment and decree quieting the title of the said Frederick M, Rln- toul and wife Vivian I. Rlntoul to certain real estate described In such petition and located in Finney County, Kansas, and you are hereby required to plead to 'said petition on or before July 5, 1971 In said court at Garden .O)ty. Kansas. Should you fall therein judgment and degree will be entered in due course upon said petition. FREDERICK V M. RINTOUL aniJ wife VpTAN I. RINTOUL Plaintiffs CALIBAN, GREEN, CALIHAN & rllGrH 118 West Pine . P. O. Box 1018 Garden City. Kansas 67846 Attorneys for Plaintiffs LEGALS (Published In the Garden City Tele- grahi on May 22, May 29 and June 6, 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS n the Matter of the Estate ot itYRTLE D. CROZIER, Deceased NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF CO-EXECUTORS No. 4941 HE STATE OF KANSAS TO: The redltors, heirs, devisees and lega- ees of Myrtle D. Crozier, deceas- d, and all other persons concern- Notice Is hereby given that the ndersigned were duly appointed nd qualified as co-executors of the irill of Myrtle D. Crozier, deceas- d. and that letters testamentary vere duly issued to them as such o-executors on May 21, 1971 by the robate Court of Flnney County, !ansas. AH persons interested in' aid estate will take notice and ovem themselves accordingly. Notice. Is further given that all ersons having demands against aid estate must' exhibit them in le abqve entitled court within nine )) months from the date of the rat publication of this notice as rovided by law, and that if such e mauds are not thus exhibited rithln such Unie and in the man- er aforesaid, they will be forever jarred. CAREY F. ALDA L. WILKEN Co-Executors of the Will of Myrtle D. Crozier, Deceas- • fed ORLEY. BRAUN & SMITH 114 West Pine Street Garden City, .Kansas 67848 ittorneya for Cchexecutora Thefts Are Reported Several Uheftis and acts of vandalism have been reported to police here. About $25 Sir merchandise was taken from the concession stand ait the swim pool in Finnup Park. Glenda J. Zubeck,. Deeiiield, reported vandalism damage to the seat of her parked car- A 1963 Mercury was taken from Burtiis Motors here by an unidentified man Who lelt a Jeep wiibh a Wyoming license plate. A cheek showed the Jeep been stolen in Casper, June 5, 12 and 19.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE QSTATE OF VERA HOW1AND, NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX No. 4946 Notice Is hereby given to the redltora >and heirs of Veira Howand, deceased, and all others con- eraed, that on the 2nd Jay ot une, 1971, the undersigned was by Jw PiTobate- Court of Flnney Coun- y, Kansas, duly appointed and uallEied as administratrix of the estate ot Vena Howl Mid, deceased, ate of Finney County, Kansas. AU parties interested in said ea- ite will talce notice and govern hemsielves accordingly. All credi- »ais are notified to exhibit their demands, against .the -said estate •within nine (9) months from the date of the first publication of said notice as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. FJorence Ryba, , Administratrix FLEMING; HAAG, SAFFEI^ & HOPE \ Seventh amd- Laurel Garden City,. Kansas 67846 " Attorneys for Administratrix Wyo. The prospective customer indicated (he wanted to try out tins second vehicle. Neither he :, nor Hhe car have been . seen since. Police said the same used several names in local dealings. Mrs. Robert P. Benedict, 1013 N. 1st, reported a .billfold and $38 taken from heir purse jin a local store. PHip Torres, 1604 IV. Kansas, reported vandalism to car. He told police, ainiwtiher vehicle pulled alongside his and stopped. Several men from the other vehicle used, tire irons to smash his windows and damage his oar body, 'he said. Wittam H. Hall, 202 E. Fair had a motorcycle stolen, then found by police — before he missed it. Police found the motorcycle in an alley Saturday night, af ter having dhased it with two young men on the cycle. Offi cers lost trace of the "bike," then found it in the alley. Hall had >parked the motor cycle in Ms backyard, and it ., was stolen from theme- Laundromat Striptease Shocking; Seek Man KANSAS CITY (AP) — Kan sas City police are keeping an eye out for a young man who apparently got carried awa; 'with the.idea of doing his wasr while he waited. A 23-year-old woman told off! cers a man came into a laun droraat Thursday while she wa« doing her wash, removed hi clothing, and dumped them into a machine. When she began screamui the man grabbed his clothe ran. ist day or June, 1971, the unc slgn/ed ^was duly appointed j qualified as administrator de In (Published in the Garden City Tele- grmm June- 5. 12 and 19, 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY. KANSAS ESTATE ' OF STELLA w" F LANG also known aa STELLA LANG Deceased. i NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR DE BONIS NON _. „ NO. 4574 The State of Kansas to all persons conceimed: Notice is hereby given that on the undea- and lion of the estate oTst&iTa wT Lane deceased, vice A. M. Fleming, who du i y P; ub \ished notice to creditors and all other persons concerned in said estate, the first publication of which was on the 31st day of Janu- y, 19&8. Notice is further given to all creditors, heirs, devisees and legatees, and to all others concenined in 6 ® 1 ^, 6 ' ^ at Pursuant to K.S.A. all demands against. tha estate must have been exhibited within nine months from the date of the Hirst publication of said notice to-wit: the 31st day of Janu- wv. 1968, as provided by law. and that if they were not thus exhibited within - aaid time as provided by law they shaJl be forever barred. Clifford R. Hope, Jr. Administrator de bonis non of the Estate of Stella W, Lang. Deceased. FLEMING, HAAG, SAFFELS 6 HOPE Seventh and Laurel Garden City, Kansas Attorneys for Administrator de bonis ncn etitfon has been filed in said court y Jeanne B. Corley, daughter, beir Lt law, legatee and devisee uf Nelle I. Beach, deceased, and as the xecutrix named In the will of aid decedent, praying for the ed- mlsalon to probate of the will of Nelle M. Beach dated December 3, 968 and the first codicil thereto dated May 4. 1971. which will and odicil are filed with said petition, and for the appointment of Jeanne B. Corley -as executrix of said will, vithout band; and you are hwefoy eciulred to file your written de- enses thereto' on or before the l»th lay of June, 1971, at 10:00 a.m. ot aid day, in said court, in the City >f Garden City, in Finney County, <ansas, at which time and place aid cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. JEANNE B. CORLEY. Petitioner JORLEY. BRAUN & SMITH 14 West Pine Street Garden City. Kansas 67846 Attorneys for Petitioner (Published in The Garden City Telegram May 1 ; 29. 1971; June 5, 1971 and Jume 12, 1971). NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY TO SATISFY LIEN TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that the undersigned, a lien under the statutes of the State of Kansas upon the following described motor vehicles, to-wit : Published in the Garden City Tele- bearing . (3) 1959 Mercury bearing Serial No. M9ZB501695 in the County of Finney, State of Kansas, which said lien is for labor, materials and storage. You are further notified that Burtis Motor Company wiU on the 14th day of June, 1971, at 10:(X a.m. of said day, proceed to sel: the above described property to satisfy said lien and the charges for keeping and taking care of the same, necessarily • incurred, anc the costs of sale. The said sale to be at public auction for cash at Burtis Motor Company. Inc., 12th May. 1971. BURTIS MOTOR PANY, INC. COM- CORLEY, ERAUN & SMITH 114 West Pine Garden, City, Kansas Attorneys for Burtis Motor Co., Inc. (Published hi the Garden Oitv Tele- fram May 29, 1971. June 5. 1S71 and Jume 12, 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OK FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate ot FRANK A. KELLS, deceased NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT No. 4826 ; THE '.STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: . You are hereby notified that . petition has been filed in said Cour by Delores Y. Kells executrix o the will of Frank A. KaUs d'sceas ed,. praying for a final settlamen of said estate, approval of her acts proceedings and accounts as exenu trix, allowance for attorneys' fees and 'expenses; and also praying that the Court determine the heirs devisees, and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or pa.rt thereof to which each' is en titled and distribute and assign the same to them in accordance with the will of Frank A. Kells, deceas ed; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 25th day o June, 1971 at 10:00 a.m., on said day, in said Court, in the Citv o: Garden City. Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fa.il therein judgment and decree will be enter ed in due course upon said peti tion. DELORES Y. KELLS, Petitioner CORLEY. BRAUN & SMITH 114 West Pine Garden City, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioner .Published In the Garden City Tele- fium June 6, June 12 and June 19, 371) STATE OF KANSAS, FINNEY COUNTY es IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY. KANSAS in the Matter of the Estate of JOHN FISHER, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING Cast No. 4948 The State of Kansas to all persona concerned: You aire hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in said court yy WiJHam A. Hearinga and Florence Van Kuiken, heira at !aw of John Fisher, deceased, praying for :he appointment of an administrator of the, estate of John Flslwr, deceaseds', and you are hereoy required to file your written defonss :.o such petition on or before tlie 38th day of June, 1971 at :IO:00 o'clock a.m., of said day in said court to the. City of Garden City, Pinney County, Kansas, at ' wliioi time and place said petition wLU be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decre-e will be entered in due course upon said petltton. WILLIAM A. HEERINGA . FLORENCE VAN KUIKKN Petitioners OALIHAN, GREEN, CALIBAN & HIGH 118 W«st Pine Street P. O. Box 1016 Odairdien City, Kansas 67846 (Published in the Garden City Tole t ram on May 22, May 29 and .Tun , 1971.) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate o NELLE M. BEACH. Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING No. 4942 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that Fog* 9 Garden City Telegram Saturday, June 5, 1971 LEGALS SNUFFY 'JMITH ... .Published in the Garden City Telegram on May 29, June 6 and June 12. 1971.) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS GEORGE L. MEEKER and RALPH C. BELL, . . . PLAINTIFFS, vs. •EORGE W. BAIRD, et. al.. .... DBFEINDANTS NOTICE OF SUIT No. 13,426 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO: T-EORGE W. BAIRD; AL BECK_>R; BECKER ESTATE, a partnership; DAISY PEARL BELL; A. G. CURTIN BIBRER- ANDREW G. CURTIN BIERER; E. BIERBR SR.; CHAUNCEY C. BROWN; EMMA J. BROWN: LOUISA C. OANIN; .NANCY C. CHAMBER- .AIN; MICHAEt, CUNNINGHAM; 3. C. DAVIS; C. O. DOWNING: RAYMOND DICKS; FIDELITY FARM LANDS COMPANY- IDA M. FISHER; J. A. FISHER;'JOHN A. FISHER; JAMES P. FORD; JAS. P. FORD- THE GARDEN CITY DITCH COMPANY; CHAS.- D. GOIRHAM; JESSE HARRIS; A. C. HEBREW; A. L. HEBREW: J. H. HUTOHttfGS- J. W. KENNEDY; JASPER N. .KINSEY; GEORGE S. KNOX: H. M. KNOX; J. H. MiAI; C. E. MERRIAM; EJUZA W. MILLARD; J. F. MILLARD; EDWARD B. MOORE; NORA M. NEtLSON; C. L. Nil QUETTE- EMMA E. NIQUETTE- ALFRED PRATT; JAMES M. RAHN: J. M. RAHN; HENRY ROENFEILDT; JAMES H. STEVENS: MARY J. STEVENS; THE SUFFOLK TRUST & INVESTMENT CO.; NELLIE A. TANNEiR: W. F. TANNER; CHARLES B. THOMPSON: LILLIAN E, THOMPSON; LILLIAS H. THOMPSON; MARY E. THOMPSON; A. C. VESPER; THOS. J. WHITAK- EiR; and W. R. WILSON: the un- itnown heirs executors, administrators, devisees, trustees,'' creditors and assigns of such of the defendants as may be deceased; the unknown spouses of the defendants; the unknown officers, successors, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of the defendants as are exist" Ing, dissolved or dormant corporations: the unknown executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors, successors and assigns of such defendants as are or were partners or in a partnership; the unknown guardians, conservators and trustees of such of the defendants as'are minors or are in anywise under legal disability and the unknown heirs, executors', • administrators, trustees, creditors and assigns of JAMES F. MILLARD and ALICE C. LAWSON, both de- ; ceased; and all other persons'who are or may be concerned, •• You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in the District Court of Flnney County, Kansas by, George L. Meeker and Ralph O. Bell, praying for Judgment as follows: That plaintiff, George L. Meeker, is the owner in fee simple of all ot Blocks 1, 3 and 4, Lots 6. 7, 8 and 9 in Block 5, and Lots 6. 6. 7 and 8 in Block 6, all in Meeker Subdivision of the .City of Garden City, Fhiney County, Kansas, as shown in the plat thereof recorded in the office of Register of Deeds of Finney County. Kansas in Plat Book 6, Page 30; and That plaintiff. Ralph-C. Bell, Is the owner in fee simple of Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 In Block 5, and Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 in Block 6, all in Meeker Subdivision of the City of Garden City Finney County, Kansas, according to the plat thereof recorded in the Office of Register of Deeds of Finney County, Kansas, in Plat Book E, Page 30; and praying that the court determine all adverse estates or interests which are claimed in said real estate, and that plaintiffs' titles to their said respectively owned real estate be quieted against you *nd each of you, and that you and all persons claiming by, through or under you are forever barred and excluded from any right, title, interest, estate, equdty or lien in, to or upon, or claim against the said real estate above described; and you are hereby required to answer or otherwise plead to said petition on or before July 12, 1971, in said court at the courthouse in the City of Garden City, -in Finney County. Kansas. Should you fail' therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due counee upon said petition. GEORGE L. MEEKER and RALPH C. BELL Plaintiffs CORLEY, BRAUN & SMITH 114 West Pine Street Garden City. Kansas 67846 Attorneys for Plaintiffs I WUZ SORTfl TAK1N 1 STOCK LflST NIGHT, LOWEEZV-. flW VORE (VlfltO SWUFFV HflS , GIVE ME MORE HELP THIS VEflR THAW ENNVBOD/, ELSE IN TH % HOLLER GLORY BE!! DID HE DO THAT, HE PERVIDED ME WIF MflTERIftL PER SEVENTEEN SERMOWS WO 1 THIS IS JEST TH' FUST WEEK IN JUNE THE RYATTS DAP, DON'T YOU THINK WE'VE REACHED A POINT IN OUR LIVES WHEN WE SHOULD BE A TWO LAWN MOWER FAMILY AA MICKEY MOUSE (Published in the Garden Cify Telegram on fhe 5th day of June. 1971) CITY OF GARDEN CITY. KANSAS STATEMENT OF FUND BALANCE sty, fa Attorneys for Petitioners (PUBLISHED IN THE Garden City grain May 32, May 29 and June 5, D^/THIE DISTRICT COURT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS BTREDiJRIOK M.-iRINTOUL, and wife, VIVIAN I. RINTOUL. • - . ' ' 'Dli Plaintiffs, B. F. HENRY, .MARANDA M. vs. REES, EWZABBTH , WOLF, GffiOROE ' DENN1SON, J. L. DUNN,' LEWIS L. NEILSON, M. G. HOLCOMB, AiLETHA M. FRANCIS. J. A. FRANCIS, R. C. HUDDLESTON, and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors, and assigns of such of the defendants as may be deceased; the Unknown spouses of the defendants;, the unknown executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors, successors and assigns of such defendants aa are or were partners* or In partnei-flhlp; the unknown guardians, conservators and trustees of such ot the defendants as ore minors or are in anywise under legal disability; and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of H, B. MCDONALD, HAROLD B. MCDONALD. AND VELLA MC- May 1971 FUND: AMOUNT General Operating 127,425.32 Water & Sewage 64/389.66 _•>.. ~ 7 , . »»|-** «.wv Electric 191,788.52 ?!?°ilt, ". 28,079.88 Bajolins and O'l Band , Recreation .' NOKJOUS Weed , Bond and Interest .., Gardendale Cemetery Endowment Sewer Improvement .. Payroll 3,143.77 1,500.00 1,025.66 48,828.02 15,291.17 8,143.60 30,274.82 25,639.95 Workmen t Compensation I 3,428.1' Parking Meter TAKE VOUR: BATH/ ' HOP INTO « IV OBOI UUNCH VOUfC VITAMINS UIKB I/AA C3OING -TO WORK THAN TO STEVE CANYON SHB1* A 5MU.EP K£D „ AOENT-ON HER WAY WESTERN TO LONDON-ANP A ALLIES HAVS CAU6HT DP RENDEZVOUS WITH vyiTH 'COUNTESS'BERNARPA SOMEONE -BUTTHEV 7POLL.CZ I • ^ AR£ NOTC5RTAIN WHO. 1 you WILL POSE r& TH£ COUNTESS ANP WAIT FOR THS CONTACT 15 SHOW UPJ A PAWN ASAfN.' DON'TI£V£R6ET TO RUSH IN ANP MAtCETHE PINCH? I'LL K 0/XT...A WAIT TO 5EE WHO COMES A LURE... A 5HIL.L...A TO PINCH you -ANPI LWORM-A CARRCT DON'T MEAN ARREST.' THINGS ARE BACK AT THE SUP£RAWKKET? I CAN'T FINO J-OUIE THE LOBSTER/ YOU SEEN HIM? HE'S OUT BY My MAMMOCK MOOSE ISN'T AROUND, ItU TWE A NPP IN HIS HAMMOCK' POGO Water Depr. Re Rental Deposit Special Trafficway Electric .Depreciation Reterve Defendants, DONAU7, all deceased. NOTICE OF SUIT Case No. 13,423 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO THE DI3FBNT>ANTS ABOVE NAMED AND DESIGNATED AND ALL OTHER PERSONS WHO ARE OR MAY HE CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition ha» been filed in the District Court of Flnney County, Kan•M taw > Frederick M, Ritttwl. and 10,365.69 2,104.93 1,315.00 20,379.13 s!30s!44 6,380.97 26,436.88 S3.653.75 1,321.66 Electric System Bond & Interest '92 905 33 Electric System Bond Reserve ' .Retirement Sewage Depreciation Reserve Water & Sewage Bond & Interest Water—Sewage Bond Reserve Water—Sewage Maintenance Reserve 4,021.84 562.53 1,125.12 2,374.47 1,002.67 32.59 • 4,050.19 ,... 46.7S9.30 7,393.86 2,505.03 1,672.40 , 841.14 1,683.03 790.13 17,500.00 TOTAL*CASH FUND BALANCE 1.012,734.77 Electric System Maintenance Reserve Electric System Construction Campbell Street Improvement Anderson Street Improvement Spruce'Street Improvement "B" Street Improvement Fire Equipment Administration Building Improvement Emerson Street Improvement Hattie Street Improvement ..»...,... Mikes Drive Street Improvement ... Alley Improvement .. .. Center Street Improvement ,., Street Machinery & Bridge General Obligation Bonds 905,631.10 Water-Sewage Revenue Bonds ' ,830,000.00 Elvctrio System Revenue Bonds .., 2,045,000.00 TIM KNOLL Deputy City Clerk i'i Ht fiAlP tHAt HCP»0AHAN"fHATCAr SOTTAUXX AfflAO. BLONDIE WAKE UP, DAGWOOO YOU'RE SNORING SO LOUD 1 CAM'T SLEEP.' YOU SHOULD STAY AWAK SOME NIGHT ANP LISTEN TO YOURSELF.' THAT'S RIDICULOUS I DON'T. SNORE/ BEETLE BAILEY NOBODY PUT5 AN ARM A (3ENEPAL

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