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Dr. Crane Beauty and Idealism Should Mark Funeral CASfi IM28: Luke L, 34, wanted to eliminate flowers from funerals and save money Just by a "disposal service." *t>r. Crafte," he added, "saffitttoes people dpftd hundrids of dolafs on flowers, isn't that a terrible waste of rnoney?" Well, they spend huadteds of thousands of dollars, too, ofi elabw- ate church buildings when a circus tent would house the crowd of a cheap discarded Senior Forum By THOMAS COLLINS Question: "My husband Is a professional man and is 68. His work Is difficult and he wants to retire. But our total retirement income, Including some stocks, would be Only $205 a month. Our home, which is paid for, is worth $19,000, and the taxes are $425 a year. "Our sharpest figuring shows that if we live on here, and my husband retires, the $205 a month will fall about $100 short of Our budget Do you have any suggestions?" -Mrs. C. R. B. Answer: You're living pretty high if $205 won't do, what with a paid-for house. You don't need a $19,000 house to retire in, and at your husband's age it could be a burden. Why don't you lease it out for a year, while your husband tapers off on his work, and rent an apartment or house nearby. In this way you will learn whether you can be happy without your home, and whether you can adjust to a new neighborhood. A new neighborhood is a tough adjustment for most people past 60, because neighbors just don't come around to call and be friends as you think they should. Still, it's worth a try provided you leave the way clear to reclaim your old home. If you got $16,500 net of your $19,000 home (which is about par) you could buy a retirement cottage for $10,000, Invest the remaining $6,500,31 4 per cent for about $22 a month more income. (Send question to Senior Forum, P.O. Box 2406, Phoenix. Mepsy I'M GETTING TIRED Of THIS/WHEN ARE YOU, GOING TO BUY A SECOND WH1T6 SWIRTT afmy barracks would do tiiS 6b. So fliis matter of cost te based on the theory of relativity. Jesus was anointed before his death with costly ointment. But his frugal Aposties chided the woman, saying she should have sold that ointment and given the money to the poor. JESUS approved of her act, saying it would be favorably mentioned till the end of time. "The poor ye have with you always," Jesus said. So Jesus realized the grave threat to spiritual Idealism when we let erosion of the human soul take place. Death is our supreme graduation ceremony from this classroom called Earth. And we are created in God's own image, so the Bible tells us. As a result, dignity and beauty and idealism should attend our "graduation," which is what the funeral amounts to. If economy were the only aim at a funeral, then we might as well imitate Hitler's cheap "disposal service" whereby he had bulldozers open up wide trenches so the dead bodies could be dumped therein. That would certainly be the cheapest method of eliminating flowers and beautiful caskets, music and spiritual inspiration. But Hitler's method promotes erosion of the soul. And that type of erosion is even more disastrous than erosion of our fertile topsoil. Moreover, flowers buoy the spirit of the bereaved arid add inspiration. Lowell Teacher Has Scholarship Clyde E. Johnson, 1021 E. Meadowbrook, a teacher at Lowell School, has won a scholarship under the national defense education act to attend the sum- m e r language institute of Spanish, Louisiana State versify. Uni- A Phoenix na tive, Johnson received his bach- Johnson * lor ' s degree from Arizona State University. He obtained his master's degree from Stanford University. Avondale Refuses to Pay Lieu Tax By PETER MARlNOVtCH AVONDALE -*• The Avondale City Council has unanimously denied a request by Agua Pria Union High School for funds to educate 20 students. Th« request, brought before the council Monday by L. M. Acevedo, city manager, asked that the City of Avondale make a lieu tax payment of $12,701.98. The amount was based on tiie city's Circle Housing Project assessed valuation of $90,240, retroactive to 1957. Avondale does not have a city property tax and the housing project is exempt from school taxes because it Is municipal property. A letter written to the council- by the school superintendent, Lester Kelley, pointed out that 20 students living in the project are attending the high school. Avondale, however, does not contribute its fair share toward educating tfiese students, Kelley said. Kelley contended that Avondale is morally obligated to pay the amount, sharing the burden witfi Goodyear and Lltchfield Park residents. Kelley said when the new school was built, Avondale quickly annexed the property without the knowledge of the high school board. Mayor L. R. Turner said the annexation was performed quickly to keep Goodyear from making the same move, thereby closing off any further growth of Avondale to the north. "It would set a bad precedent for us to make a token payment because there are many other cities and towns in Arizona that are in the same situation," Turner said. Kelley said his School was assessed $4,560 for street improvements by the City of Avondale and that the school's water and MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL 1 PPPP BEAUTIFUL ORCHID While They Last, for each load of DRY CLEANING • Bring your neighbor and SAVE $1.00 (A $4.00 VALUE FOR $3.00) GOOD WED., MAY 8th TO SAT., MAY 11 th NORGE CLEANING VILLAGE 3419 W. BETHANY HOME PH. YE 7-0984 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. sewage bills amounted to $1,943.52 for the past year. "Students at the school are mostly from Avondale, yet Goodyear and Litchfield Park are the only ones that pay," Kelley said. Mayor Turner said that due to the housing project's income, the street improvement program had a small per foot assessment and the water and sewage department do not operate at a profit. Phn«ft!*, Weil., May 8, IMS the Arizona Republic II SINGER or ELECTI\OLUX 1 1t. tatr, All AffMft. IMi t t««i<my H«n« M, I Free Home Demo or Come*on in ^ ; ,....M4" oaTcR""" NiWt MORNING GOLDEN JET. LOS ANGELES bom* ft£6 AM tterfy. fosf uii fct tot tor Hawaii f**fa* &*«dax, Swndoy on/yj. • • 111 mi in u mil i u.i 11 uin toWOTl fe» faro on Golden Jet Night Cooch. $22 pfe* tax. leaves 3*30 AM. Jet Power Viscount H leaves 10£6 PM. For imorvotiom, call your Travel Agent or 273*1211. CONTINENTAL AIRLIHES 4OO E. ADAMS GALLENKAMP'S GOLDEN JUBILEE maker fo* qmlitf ffwmlwi oyicn. pMPff* efaor pair under their nationally advertised name, G«llanK«jBp'» buys them in hugo quantitief and paciw them ? P*IW to tfe» pacfcage aoder the GaHeiiKunp name. Now, far 10 4iP «">» tfaeae heguriful nylons we 99 sate lor (pit giving or yaw p» tonal one # just |I.O) for 8 p«r». Aleo oa «a>, fgHMBI M<lM» GALLENKAMP'S • CHRIS-TQWN ' tTQWERPUZA • PARK CfNTBAJ. t TfMP| CiNTIR t 1?8W. MAIN, MESA Commander Whitehead and friends enjoy Schweppes Bitter Lemon in their favorite pub. You can buy it right here in America now! The remarkable story of new Schweppes Bitter Lemon -the great new mixer and adult soft drink that Schwept all England off its feet! "Schweppes Bitter Lemon is made from whole fresh lemons—juice, peel, pulp, everything" reports Commander Whitehead. "And now Bitter Lemon is right here—in America—today!" A FEW years back nobody had even heard o! X\Schweppes Bitter Lemon. Schweppes hadn't even invented it. Yet today this glorious new mixer and adult soft drink is all the rage in England-* and 11 other countries too! Why do people fall in love with Bitter Lemon almost instantly? You can find out for yourself. Now Commander Whitehead, President of Schweppes U.S.A., is introducing it to America! Schweppes Bitter Lemon has a fuJl-bodifd taste tuft arid do'-becaua* it's made f torn whoie lemons i Bottled and Di*tribut»d by Americans touring Europe discovered Bitter Lemon in English pubs and on ocean liners. Today you don't have to travel abroad to taste it, because Schweppes Bitter Lemon is at your corner store! How to mix It You can mix Schweppes Bitter Lemon with just about anything. Bitter Lemon brings new gusto to whiskey, gin, vodka, rum. Or 'anything else you can name. Recommended recipe for a perfect Bitter Lemon mixed drink: three parts Bitter Lemon to one part liquor in a tall glass, over ice, At last~an adult soft drink Schweppes Bitter Lemon has beeu called the only soft drink children don't like. It's for adult i>> BARQ'S BOTTLING COMPANY tastes-tart and lemony and dry. Made from whole fresh lemons, Bitter Lemon is lightly carbonated-enough to give it sparkle. Not so much as to hide the flavor. A great success everywhere Schweppes Bitter Lemon is now an internationally famous drink. Down Under, the Australians like it straight - over ice. In Africa, it's been called "the most refreshing, thirst-quenching drink known to man." Here In America today! Americans who discovered Bitter Lemon abroad have been crusading for it in America ever since. Now for the happy announcement. The crusade has paid off. Today you can buy Bitter Lemon right here in America-at your corner store. And it's the authentic Schweppes Bitter Lemon-made of imported English ingredients. J» S. If your grocer or favorite bar* tender doesn't have Schweppes Bitter Lemon, write Commander Edward Whitehead, ^president, Schweppes (U.S.A.) Ltd., 445 Park Avenue, New York 22, New York and you will tod out how you can get hold o! it right now. Or call locally. PHOENIX

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