Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 10, 1962 · Page 5
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i: * . Life Begins of Forty Some People V/ant to Grow Older There are only a few really good geriatric stories. And I me as a fine story. But in the intervening years guess it's inevitable that the best I the stor*y with only slight varia ones will keep popping up at intervals attributed to different celebrities. When I became interested in the subject of aging 20 years ago \ clipped a newspaper story about the late FDR who was suffering a siege of grippe. After an examination his physician commented, "Well, I can't make you any younger." At this FDR was said to have quipped, "That's all right with me — just see to it that I continue getting older." It struck tions has been revived featuring a succession of seniors, including Herbert Hoover, Bernard Baruch, Ben Gurion, and Konrad Adenauer. Now that ex-President Harry S. Truman has reached the venerable age of 78, I note that one of my fellow columnists has resurrected the tale in his honor and this apocryphal bit of dialogue is now supposed to have transpired between the Man of Independence and his physician at the Medical Center in Kansas City, Mo. Young Hobby Club Dictionary, 2 Other Books Grand Prize By CAPPY DICK A big Thorndyke-Barnhart Advanced Junior Dictionary, plus two other books — "Everyday Problems in Science" and "In all Our States" — is the national prize in today's word-square puzzle contest. Tlie two latter books are large and beautifully illustrated with color pictures, but the dictionary is the biggest of the set. It conains 68,500 defin- . ed words. All three books, published by Scott, Foresman and Company are helpful in school work. Five sets of these books will be given away to the national winners to today's contest. To win one of the sets, a contestant must first win a local prize in the contest. This prize will be a packet of 100 postage stamps from different countries of the world. Ten p a c k e ts will be awarded in the Garden City area, one to each boy or girl whose contest entfy is judged to be one of the 10 correct ones that are the neatest and most original in appearance. Winning local entries will b: where this column is published A flrw report from the National Opinion Research Center in Chiago states, "Many medical practitioners, hospital administrators, isiting nurses, and family social vorkers would have us believe ihat most older people are very sick. "But the 16 million people 65 years of age and over in the U.S. — and those relatives and 'Fiends to whom they turn in a health crisis — give a different answer. "Most older people, as many as eight or nine of every ten, say, 'I've got a lot of things wrong with me but I'm not really very sick.' " So let's not grow pessimistic and start fearing that we're doomed to encounter disastrous illnesses in the years ahead. Chances are we'll be able to get around handily on our own steam, and with only minor aches and pains well into advanced years. arguments that are just plain stupid, ignorant, and dim-witted we are not afraid to say so." During my recent vacation I observed that nearly half the vacationing motorists traversing the ri-bbons of asphalt lacing the Rockies and national parks were either driving trailer-car i combinations known as "campers," with cooking and sleeping quarters behind the front seat, or regular autos with a trailer behind or camping gear lashed to the top. It's obvious traveling Americans have discovered that rhe best way to save money while sightseeing is to tote your own food and lodging. If you would like a booklet "Retiring to Mexico" write to this column in care of The Garden City Telegram, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope and ten cents to cover handling costs. Page 5 Ohrden City Tetagrnm Wednesday, October 10, 1962 Rocky Marcrano, who held the world's heavyweight boxing title had 49 fights. He won 4.1 by knockouts; six by decision. 10 DAY OPEN HOUSE During the reeenr Medicare debate I expressed the wish that elders would be a little less 'quick to bestow such labels as stupid, ignorant, bird-brained, dim-witt- entered in competition with lo- et j, dishonest, and senile on those cal winners from all other cities j with whom they disagreed. But a woman writes: "Do you wonder why we oldsters call a spade a spade? It's because we have lost that hypocritical vcn to determine the five neatest and most original of all. These five will win the national prizes. To enter the contest, you must fill the blanks in the picture above with letters that will cause the square to read the same top to bottom as from left to right. One letter is provided as a clue in each row. In Row No. 1 the word is something you skate on. For Row 2 the word is something that may contain fruits or vegetables. For Row No. 3 the word i s the last part of every story. Print the correct letters in the squares, clip out the picture, paste it on paper or a postal card, print your name, age and address beneath it decorate it as neatly and originally as you can, then mWl it before midnight of day after tomorrow to Gappy Dick's Midweek Contest to the Garden City Telegram. Judges' decisions will be final. Names of the prize winners will be published here and their prizes will be sent to them by mail. All entries become Gappy Dick's property; none can be returned. eer so necessarv in one's money making years. We are after trutl and when we encounter ideas anc WHAT'S FOR KiRSf SKINNER? ANGUS Calf & Feeder Sale Including Steers, Heifers and Crossbred* Wed., Oct. 17 1:00 P.M. Oakley Livestock Sales Co. Oakley, Kansas Commission, will be at regularly charged by sales barn CONSIGNMENTS INVITED Sponsored by the KANSAS ANGUS ASSN. For Information contact: Bob Hudelson, Soc.-Fioldmon 313 W. 26th, Hutchinson, Ks. or Sales Barn HORIZON HOME AT 1222 BELMQNT - GARDEN CITY! WEEKDAYS 5 to 8p.m. SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1 To 6 P.M. Complete this Square Bob Dole believes: The withholding tax on dividends and interest is a scheme to add thousands of additional employees to the federal payroll and subject the aged and those in low income groups to additional tax hardships. Bob Dole opposed this bJll and will continue to oppose it. VOTE FOR BOB DOLE, Republican for Congress. Dale for Congreii Commltte* McDIM Boyd, Chairman (Pol. Adv.) TOMORROW: How to establish an acorn millinery shop! Right Place But On Wrong Day PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Frederick H. Stafford, a real estate appraiser from suburban Havertown, reported he got a traffic ticket at 4:50 p.m. Tuesday for parking on a no-parking street today. The ticket was timed at 4:50 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10. Stafford said he is going to plead not guif- ty because he has no intention of parking on the street today. HEALTH CAPSULES by Michael A. Petti, M.D. WHEN YOU RECOVER FROM A STOMACH ULCER, WHAT ARE. YOUR CHANCES OF GETTING ANOTHER ONE * MANY POCTOR5 FEEL THAT ABOUT 45% Of PEOPLE WITH AN ULCER 'WILL GET ANOTHER ONE WITHIN A YEAR. TOMORROW:HARP WORK ANP REST. Health CaptuUs giv«« helpful information. . It is not inttncUd to bt of i diagnoitic natun. NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Complete Repair Department For All TVs and Radios ANTENNA SALES AND INSTALLATION BERRY'S TV & RADIO REPAIR 207^ N. 8th St. Garden City, Ks. Pho. BR 6-8141 ait Ideal on ''Better Food Fortess 1 w FOOD STORES Folger't Brand. . > COFFEE CAKE MIX Our Swans down Brand Flavors Pkg*. Huge Savings on famous "features" to fit" your Fall food needs! Stock Up Now at IDEAL food Stores . .. where You find more low prices every day! BOV WHAT A DOLLAR WILL BUY 90 • Mayflower Brand Tomato Hunt's Brand Ellis Brand' With Beans Jack Sprat Evaporated 12-Oz, Btls. 46-Oi. Cant IDEAL 7 Flavor* 300 Cant Tall Cant 18-Gi. Jar* $|00 Shop IDEAL for more food Saving's Chunk Tuna-3 Margarine Angelfood Blue Bonnet Brand Cudahy Puritan Hams CUOAHY PURITAN ', FULLY , COOKED READY TO EAT.. SHANK END Swansdown Cake Mix 12-Oz. Pkg. Patio Frozen . . .. Delicious Mexican Cheese Enchiladas BANQUET PIES APPU, PCACH OR CHtRRV BANQUET CHICKEN. RHF TUCTTEY OR iAISBURY 14-Oz Pkg. 3"; $1.00 "°' 39c Ckg MEAT PIES BANQUET CHICKEN TUPKEY OR BtEf $1.00 ' KRAFT F,»nou< Cheez Whii MINUTE PURE WHIW Rice ttg 59c 49c NEW SI/E bANKA INSTANT $f 39 Coffee *£ I BAKERS SHREDDID Coconut 4 p? gl PEAS - TOMATOES CORN - CRN, BEANS Colo. Green Sweet Peas, High Plaint Tomatoes, Hallmark Whole or Cream Golden Corn or Dependable Cut Creen Beam. 303 Cons $400 MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM BUTT EMD 14-16 UBS. 40* 49* 98* CENTER SLICES Jeno's Famous Mix, PIZZA Each ARMOUR. STA/2. .... SLICED Stock UP on Wilton's Canned Meats BIF or MOR "t; TAMALES "•£, ROAST BEEF '"£„ 59c > * ' - *.' jSLb-JiV SUNSHINE HYDRO* COOKIES Lb49c CRACKERS NABISCO PREMIUM Box CASHMERE BOUQUET m Gentle Pin* and Gentle White •"> } lor 13c CASHMERE BOUQUET in Gentle- Pink *nd Gent u White «"AJ£L^ C Beauty Creomi while il Beauty Cleans J.V.3 fur lie X^PALMOLIVE -"Beauty Creams while it Beauty Cleans Cmentratttl LOW SUDS NOW! More Washing Power Lge. Sic tbi HEAVY -DUTY htmli CLf»H CL^AH THROUGH JHUS* FAB WISH COLGAU The Fun Bath I l.jch <>'!( VEL Beauty Bar Sudsy Udthi with no Bathtub Ring . 2 for 39c PINK liqti* VEL eci Detergent v- tor Dishes Ki-j;. f;r .King ^VVEIPOWKR P? '• Spi;ciai;» Made lor Uomg Dishes d Fine I-»"i//Vy L f--'35e FROM AJAX All Purpose Liquid Cleaner wrth AMMONIA 28 oz. 65c BAGGIES Sondv/icn Site 29c Chlorme Bleach 2 reg. 2 qt. 33 We Util. 43e «»« 7 VARIETIES AEROgOLJkIR lOc OH Now 79c From IDEAL BAKERY Fresh . . . Bulk . . . Glazed DONUTS FRESH DAILY DOZ. 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