Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 14, 1963 · Page 6
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Garden City, Kansas
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CLASSIFIED Min. charge any ad 48« 1 day, per word 6e 2 days, per word 1 Be 6 days, per word 24c 26 days, per word 90e Less 10 per cent for cosh hi advance DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. The Telegram is responsible for only one incorrect insertion. 5—Business Service* 9—For Rent STARTER AND GENERATOR repair. Quint's Automotive. 8th and Fulton. MR fi-5332. —14 YOUR CAR shimmy and shako? j You need Fansler's expert ] front-end alignment service . . .' guarantrcd. Call. Fansler's, BR fi.4,123 14 CONRARDY PLUMBING J l Jerome J. Conrardy • Sewer Cleaning • Service Work • Contracting on n*w eon- ttruction & remodeling. 17-'Seeds, Feeds FOR RENT - Apartment, rjeau- tiftily furnished, buffet style. See it Reasonably priced. War- j ren Hotel, BR <5-3221. —21U : SI,KKIMiN(J ROOM for~working > men. 1205 N. Ninth. — 8tfi ONE B E D R O 0 M furnished I apartment. Adults only. The I Virginian Court. —12tf i ONE BEDROOM ground floor unfurnished apartment. Adults. No pets. Sfio.OO. Bills paid. BR 64323, ask for Lydia. —22tf ROOMS. 520 N. !Hh. Call BR 6- G424 or BH G-3717 after 4 p.m. -7tf Call BR 6-6751 241-H i r -nf?ciol Notices Garden Cify Rciioenti If Your Telegram Doesn't Arriva By 5:30 p.m. Weekdays 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Please Call BR 6-3232 botweon 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-5 p.m. Saturdays For Your Paper 2—Miscellaneous ONE BEDROOM decorated. $50. Fe. BR 6-5470. house, newly 604 E. Santa —14 ATTENTION MAIL SUBSCRIBERS: When writinp abuut your Telegram subscription \> I c H s e send your address and all numbers as .'ilmwn on a recent issue. —I If ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at Gardendale Recreation Center. Write Box 713 for free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phono BR 6-7011 or BR 6-3718. FOR SALE: flood used mowers. f.'oasl-To-Coasl. Phone BR 0- S471. -25tf FOR SALE — At or near wholesale prices: New steel and pipe; Construction s tee) in beams, rebars, remesh wire; Welded No. 4 Ga. Galvanized \vire for cattle, hogs, sheep, fence panels'or Rates in 5 different sizes of mesh and lengths. Eastside Iron on highway 50 on the east side of Garden City. Phone BR fi-3189. -27tf FOR SALE: Two new camper lift on and off jacks. Will sacrifice. BR li-72'IL — !Hf EXCELLENT ONE ton Frigi-; daire window 220 air condition- j er. Wheat Lands Motel. —Gtf! FOR SALE: Sunbeam electric Clipmaster Animal (.'Uppers $30 Call BR G-4475 evenings. -14 ! CUSTOM DISC rolling on your 1 farm. Powell's disc rolling serv- ! ire. S a I i s f a etion guaranteed. Phone BR 0-7814, 505 N. 13th! Garden City. —12tf TOP soil for yards, deliverer 1 Dial BR 8-3771 Smith Sand ! ''omnany. —31'.! ; IZZY VILLARREAL linoleum and carpet service. Buy elsewhere. j 411 Washington. —H-19pd I AIRWAY VACUUM Cleaner | Sales and Service. Leonard ! Mutton, 1021 Harding. Great i Bend. Kans. Phone GL 3-6596. ONE bedroom unfurnished apartment; gas water paid. BR G- 7181 or BR 6-6754 after 5 p.m. -3tf AIR CONDITIONED one person apartment. Nicely furnished, silk draw drapes, lamp's, plaque, private bath. No pets. BR 6-3583. —6tf LARGE FURNISHED apartment. 401''<> 8lh St. Contact Wheat Lands Motel. —7tf MODERN TWO bedroom home, furnished Close to College. 618 10th. ' -7tf SIGNS PAINTED by experienced painter, (i. B. Levy. 1G27 E. Fulton, Phone BR (i-4470. —15 room. 501 N. 9th, F i n n u p Seed. —17 HAVE YOUR Fall-Seeded Seeds Cleaned and Treated NOW Avoid Waiting in Line. GARDEN CITY CO-OP 241-243-245-H RYE SEED for sale. Call BR 66568. Floyd Hands. —14 Hoarding Burdens Many By ROBERT PETERSON Hoarding is an odd trait burdening many folk past 40. It's a habit they somehow acquire in early years and by the time old age creeps up they are wallowing in a sea of possessions of dubious value. Thus comes to mind because I recently served as executor for an elderly widow who never threw or gave anything away. If every item had been counted I think there would have been 20,000 "things" in her house. The attic had a narrow passageway through clutter that included discarded furniture, trunks of old clothes that hadn't been worn in decades, bundles of faded draperies, boxes of old china and glassware, and crates of receipts and boo'ks. And every room in the house was crammed with furnishings she had inherit' ed from two sets of relatives. Page 6 (•nrdon f'Hy Telegram Wednesday, August 14, 1963 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry FOR SALE: Extra nice weanling pigs, eight weeks old. ED 52139, Hugo Witt. Pierceville, Ks. —14pd 17 HEAD of Hamp-Berkshire feeder pigs Nathan Billings, Holcomb. BR 6-6155. —16 18—Household Needs FOR SALE: Evaporative cooler, 3500 CFM, 2 speed fan and pump. BR 6-3009. —7tf FOR SALE: Good used conventional washer. BR 6-7978. —15 OpposingTrends AlarmFinanciers FOR CARPENTRY, repair work and painting call BR 6-5885. —15 THREE ROOM house, partially furnished. Bills paid, adults. BR 6-5264. —15 6—Good Things To Eat 3—Lost. Found, Strayed 2—Miscellaneous MCVICKLK ana SCOTT professional auction service, BR 6- 6'1i>2, Garden City, Kansas. -22tf FOR RENT — Camper trailers by day, week or month. Bill impel, 903 North 9th. Phon c BR 8-6736 or 6-52-18. —IGtf CAB OVER TRAVELER7~air conditioned, TV, radio telephone, on long wheel base custom pickup. Low mileage. Must sell. Owner going to Europe. 322 N. llth. —14pd WANT AN old tractor tir c for your back yard sand pile for tlii! Kiddies? Call Fansler Tires, '; Inc. Delivered to your residence, \ no charge. • —191 / TUREATRE SEATS for sale, $1.00 per section — seven seats to a section; 75c per section — four scats per sect in. tie, e Chuck Rees, State Theatre. —15 WE PAY $1 cash if any same item can be purchased at any Garden Cify grocery at less price limn here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G -21tf FOR SALE: Two pair of football shoes, si/.e 7. like new; size 8, good shape. BR 6-4710. —15 6 'n Gideon Baptist Church Bonds for sale. Interest paid semi- 1 annually. Write Rev. Martin Hal- i stin, 2209 East Pawnee, Wichita, j Kansas —7tf LOST: Dog with collar, black and white with brown (brindle). Part bull. Answers to name of Yogi. $25 reward. BR 6-6213, Gary Spikes. —2tf' LOST: Mottled gray kitten, long hair, from 1707 Pinecrcst. BR (5-7419. —14 LOST: Child's baseball glove and ball, left at Garden City Park: two weeks ago. "Charles Col-1 Her" on glove. BR 6-5812. —14 i BOY'S WATCH, Vantage, at 1 Park fishing pond. Reward. BR j 6-5495. —14 FOUND: a small bicycle at 518 Taylor. —16 FIELD RUN potatoes for sale, $1.75 per bag, 100 or more for less. 4 north and 4 west on Highway 83. Plion c BR 6-6244. —3tf SOUTHWEST K A N~S A S "cantaloupe, Gc per pound. White potatoes No. 2, $1.50 per sack. Farmers Market, opposite Drive In Theatre. —15 I |—Heal estate HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate We Buy. Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laurel BR 6-7741 7-TF f—Personal Services DRESS MAKING. See Mrs. Den ni s Athcrton nt 805 E. Chestnut nt your convenience. No tele-phone. —20tf Business Services SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Ba.ckhoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-3771 1206 E. Fulton Garden City George Smith 53-TF FINNEY COUNTY plumbing and heating. Repair, remodeling, and new construction. Power sower machine. All makes and models of appliances serviced. RR fi-3312. —20tf JUST UNLOADED: Rocky Ford cantaloupes and honey dews, Missouri vine-ripe tomatoes, home-grown cucumbers, Oklahoma and Kansas watermelons and otter kinds of fruits and vegetables. Also meats and groceries. Laughlin's Market, 211 North 8th St. —16 7—Help Wonted BY OWNER: New two, bedroom home, attached garage, utility. Ceramic tile kitchen and bath, birch cabinets. Carpeted. BR 68025. —31tf FOR SALE: Used Norge auto- matci washer. Call BR £-3388. —lopd FOR SALE: Used one ton air conditioner, refrigerated. Plen ty of free parking. Partin Electric, 1402 E. Fulton. , —16 WANTED: Someone to make payments on walnut spinet piano, Less than one year old, like new condition, payments less than $20.00 per month. Save $200.00, .must be seen to be appreciated. Ross Graham, 424 N. Kansas, Liberal, Kansas or call collect Main 4-5149. —14 FOR SALE by owner: Two bedroom house, close to school. BR 6-4678. —19 FOR SALE: Three bedroom brick home with full basement, attached garage. One year old. BR 6-3585. —14 WANTED: Waitress, afternoon shift Apply in person. Jade Gate. —Itf WANTED: Lady for general office work, experience required. Good starting salary and benefits. Write Box V-103. —2tf WANTED: Saleslady, age 30-45, previous sales experience helpful but not necessary. Long time resident of Garden City desirable. Salary plus commission. Contact Kansas State Employment office, 7th and Spruce.—7tf FOR SALE: Small new two bedroom home, partially carpeted, small down paym'ent or will discount for cash. 2322 N 7th. Phone BR 6-5789. —1'7 SELLING OUT number of used Vacuum Cleaners — upright and tank types. Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Company. Two blocks east of Bowling Alley. —14 20—Autos qnd Trucks FOR SALE or trade: Slick 1962 Chevrolet Belaire fordor, Automatic transmission, radio, heater. Wheat Lands Motel. —IGtf By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst NEW YORK (AP) — Money is getting tighter and short-term interest rates are rising. At the same time, Americans are increasing their instalment debt to new heights and banks and other lcnder s are competing hard for new outlets for thei r cash on hand. The opposing trends are alarming some on both sides of the credit fence. The debate over cheap money vs. dear—never entirely stilled—is due to break out loudly again. The spurt in the cost of short- term borrowing i s reflected in the rise this week in the U.S. Treasury's 91-day bills' yield to 3.335 per cent, highest since May 26, 1960. The money managers had planned it that way. They recently raised from 3 per cent to 3.5 per cent the discount rate which member banks are charged to borrow from the Federal Reserve banks. The aim is to put yields so high that idle dollars will stay in this country instead of flowing abroad to upset further our international payments, with resulting strain on the dollar and on our gold reserves. . Some feel the money managers are also convinced that credit has been too easy. The conservatives cite the rise of instalment credit outstanding to more than $50 billion, due FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1959 Chevrolet Impala sport coupe. V 8, automatic trannmission and air conditioning. 1506 8th St. evenings. —I2tf FOR SALE: Small house to be moved. Phone BR 6-7401. —16 llo—Mobile Homes OPENINGS IN Garden City area 'for positions with Sarah Coventry Jewelry. Earn $30-$50 part time, $80 - $100 full time per week. Car and phone essential. Housewives invited to inquire. Write Sandra Hastings, Box 1110, Dodge City, Kans. —23 SAVE AT ULYSSES! See the largest mobile horn* built to be pulled by one truck. The Leisurama 24' x 54' ... folds down to 10' x 54'. Open Sundays JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, Ks. FL 6-1414 202-TF 12—Farmers Wants & Serv. CUSTOM HAY hauling and stacking, Eugene Mason, Deerfield, 426-7121. —3tf Dick's TRADING POST New Location 202 South Main Dealer and Trader in all kinds of used merchandise. We have furniture, appliances, bicycles, power look, trailers, guns, radios and T.V.'s. Buy — Sell — Trade 24I-2T BOOKKEEPER WANTED, ages between 20 to 45, apply in per- ] son Saturday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Singer Sewing Machine I Co. Garden City, Kans. —15 WAITRESSES AND COOK'S assistant. Apply in person at Flamingo Inn. —13(1 WANTED, age 25 and over, arc j welders, blacksmiths and shop help. Highest wages. Time and one half over 40 hours. May rath Machinery Company. Inc., Dodge City, Kansas. Phone HU 3-3111.1 -15| MARRIED MAN for local sales j postion with large national con-j cern. Unus'.ial earnings to start j plus expenses. See Mr. Bolster,' Flamingo Motel Wednesday Aug. 14 between 8 and 9 p.m. —14 WANTED: Evening cook, age 35- GO. Apply in person, Shady- i lawn Nursing Home. No phone! calls, please. —15 '. i WANTED DISHWASHER, apply! i in person. Coffee Ann. —12lf WANTED: HAY hauling. Call BR 6-3930. —14pd CUSTOM. BALING, two balers; custom swathing, mowing and raking. Call BR 6-5890. Richard Widows. —29U 13—Want to Rent AN NCR FAMILY moving to town Sept. 8lh or 9th wants to rent an unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom house with full basement and fenc<xl in back 'yard. Write to Earl Mont ford, 64 A. Park Dr., Dayton 10, Ohio. —17 Now that we have our brand new tank wagon, come g«t a bargain on our .old ones, equipped with pumps, hoses, one with meter. In complete operating condition. 1948 Red with 1200 gal. tank 1956 Ford with 800 gal. tank. Call Us or See Tesel DAILY OIL INC. Garden City, Kansas BR 6-4821 917 Harold 24I-4T FOR SALE: 1954 Ford, V8, in excellent condition, reasonable. 906 Evans. —16 FOR SALE: 1957 Buick, good condition. Call BR 6-3792. —20 LEGALS 14—Wont to Buy 2nd and 6th grade school books. BR 6-7978. —14 ONE BOY'S, one girl's 26" bicycle, workable condition. Also, poster bed with 4 tall posters. BR 6-5478. —IGpd GARDEN CITY MULTI - LIST 101 THE BEST t side t .> o bedroom attached it}?. 28 (t. family room, kitchen Deled i i v i M q room «ir condi ed. Has a full basement, too is a Urqo tv,o-bedroorn home must si-e. OHured at $18,750.00. Atherton Stallsworth ! Agency t E Fulton BR 6-5262 B j 11 d i n g loti & commercial I o t i. Income b u i i n e i i for tain. 12(7 Pdrkwood T Mrtty bedroom with finished ba ic ; n e n t, tilt) b a t h rind many extra*. D11 v e by. it you like what you i e e, edit ui fot gn appointment. TOMMY GRAVES Ruaitoi —Auctioneer I i'09 Jon ei Ave. - Five Poinh Gulden City, Kansas 6,, 6 mi Rej. 6-4247 MEMBERS I Arher lon-bta 1U worth j '•-a n.pbeH Abstract j rhoTirii Graves Auctioreer-Realter He i (it rnd M M Acjt ncy Lee Kiifier and Son Don TdlUv Realtor* JbiJC- Scott 110 W. Chestnut BR 6-4622 Eve. 6-3164 3 Dedroorn, Double garaq* $11,500. 3 bedroom, like new .... $13,600. SOLD AHEAD \' BOWL needs a full time man for year around work, iiuide work. Two weeks paid vacation. Must be able to meet Hit* public and be iiiechani- al inclined. Call Ray Shear- j mire. BR ii-7551. —14tf| 8—Situations Wanred ' MOTHER will babysit with preschool children, beginning Sept. 1 Call at 50ti N. 5th in the mornings or after 5. i — 15pd WANTED: Ironings, sewing and alterations. BR tj-j'13.'). —13tf DRESSMAKING, women's and! children's; alterations. 404 Magnolia. —14pd I WILL do ironings in my home. BR 6-5741. —15pd IS—Farm Machinery FOR SALE: 1959 Case ensilage cutter. BR 6-6200. —14pd 17—Seeds, Feeds SEED CLEANING and TREATING Portable or Stationary SEED'CLEANERS. Call for Appointment Before The Rush. BEST SEED COMPANY 102 S. 9th BR 6-6921 231-H 3 buil»—6 iold! 3 bedroom, full baiemont, FHA financed and «asy to buy. $102 par month HOUSES FOR SALE n| Estate ER 6-4731—Eve. BR 6-3117 New largo 4-bedroom home with family room, fire place, 2-car garage, itorage, air-conditioned modern kitchen. New large 3-bdroom, basement, 2- car garage, 2 | baths, air-condi- tiontAJ. modern kitchen and fireplace. KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY BR 6-7671 BR 6-6907 BR 6-4544 Nice 3-bedroom, brick home with family room, carpeted throughout, air conditioning, excellent edit side location. Two year old 3-bedroorn home with baiement. Carpet and qood school location, HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY ! BR 6-7741 BR 6-3675 j 238-TF (Published in The Garden City Telegram July 24, 3t, Aug. 7, 14 and 'iN THE DISTRICT COURT OP FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS F"imt Federal Savings and Loan Association of Dodge City, a corporation . . . Plaintiff, vs. D. Steffena and Joyce N. Steffcns . . . Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE No. 11,-lSH Notice is hereby given that under ami tiy virtue, of an order of sale Court of Finney County, Kansas, in n certain action in Bald court, being No. 11,483, wherein the parties above named were plaintiff and defendants, and to me. tlie iindorHigned, Sheriff of Finney County, directed. I will offer for sale, at public auction and «ell to the highest bidder for cash in hand nt the East front door of the court house in the city of Garden City, Finney County, Kansas, on the 2,'trd day of August, IBfili, at ten o'clock A.M.. of said day, the following described real estate situate in the County of Finm>y and State of Kansas to wit; Lot 5 in Block 1 of Christie Replat of Tracts I. 2. II and 4 of MVdn M. Dotigans Re-plat of E:nmert and Dlckerson' Addition to Garden City, Kansas. Wendle Meier Sheriff of Finney County, Kansas Minner & Wnite Dodge City, Kansas Attorneys for Plaintiff (Published in The Garden City Telegram Aug. 14. 21 and 2S. 19i>;:j IN THE PROBATE COt'RT OF FINNEY COUNTY, KANSAS In the Mutter of the Ketate. of JESSIE B. DOUGHERTY. Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMTNT No. :iS75 The State of Kansas to all persons co:u'e rned: Your are hereby notified that a petition has b<-en filed in suid court by Edmund D. Morrison. Jr. and C. C. Wilson. Co-Executors of the Will of Jessie B. Dougherty, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of their acts, proceedings and accounts as Co-Executors without the necessity of filing a formal accounting of receipts ami dLsliursements. allowance tor attorneys' fees and; and also praying that the court assign the res- . idue uf the proceeds from the t-al^ ! of t!.e Kansas real propeity in taid estate to the petitioner a.s domiciling o.i.executors: and you m, her— tiy reiiuiivj to file y.'iir written de- I f.'ii'-.f thereto on or tin.- lith ! • ia> of September. 19t>'(, lit tell i.'.'lock ! M m , on said day. in said o.urt, in I the city of Garden i'it> Kansas, at: which tniii' and place said cause will ; li-- li'-ard Should yi.u fail therein. ; .iU'1^m>'!it and d'CiV' 1 wil! tie . nt'-ivd in dll-- cutirse up»:i;: said petition. I Edmund D. Morrison. Jr. j C <". Wilson, I Petitioners Ci.ihi!>. HuKln-s, Martin. Prinple 4 Meat Bargains Broaden at Mart By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Meat bargains are broadening at supermarkets, with pork cuts and lamb attracting special attention. Pork marketing has picked up sharply from it s seasonal low and prices have accordingly taken a drop. Midwestern markets report a wide range of bargains, including chops and spare ribs. In the Northeast, smoked hams are a star. On the West Coast, Pork loins are off as much as 5 cents a pound in some California markets. Most regions offer lamb cuts at attractive prices, with Midwestern tags on leg roasts and shoulder and rib chops now at springtime lows. In the New York area, one national chain is featuring leg of lamb at 49 cents a pound. Beef prices are also competitive, with marketing running about 10 per cent higher than a year ago. Best buys run in the roast categories, but many shops also are pushing steaks. Broiler marketings have passed their peak but broilers still are an economical main course. Canned tuna fish, fresh scallops' and peanut butter are other protein features. Vegetable counters continue to sparkle with entreating variety. Best buys nationally include green beans, potatoes, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, squash, cabbage, beets, topped carrots, sweet cdrn, lettuce, onions and peppers. Cantaloupes are priced the lowest they've been in years 'n some markets and there's a wide selection of other fruits. Plums, grapes, peaches, watermelons, blueberries, limes and pears are among the stars. Historical Site To Be Dedicated WELLINGTON, Kan. (AP) Governors and highway officials of Kansas and Oklahoma are being invit«i to the dedication of an historical marker Sept. 9 at the Wellington Service area of the Kansas Turnpike. The marker's central theme will be the Chisholm cattle trail which ran parallel to and just west of the Kansas Turnpike and the connecting Oklahoma Express w a y. The famed old trail, which had it s P ea k business following the Civil War, started just west of Oklahoma City and ended at Wichita. Also featured on th e marker will be the 1889 Cherokee Strip opening into Oklahoma territory from Arkansas City, Caldwell, and oilier border communities in Kansas. ! Anoint s for Fi-titioneis ATTEST: I M. C. SchriUer Probate Judge The bronze tablet was prepared jointly by the Kansas Historical Society and the Kansas Turnpike Authority. largely to the near record sales of aulos and increased purchasing of big ticket appliances on time. They also note that some banks have been stretching the tim c in which auto loans can be repaid, and charge that some financial institutions have b^en lending money on mortgages where the credit risk was higher than they would have approved awhile back. Increased use of credit by stock speculators also is charged. Conservative financial circles always shudder when credit standards are being relaxed. But those who see economic growth as today's main goal disagree. They want even easier money. They argue that cheaper short- term money aids smaller businessmen in their da'y-to-day activities. They contend that longer term borrowing- must be easy and cheap if business is to expand and thus create new job s for the unemployed, a sizable group that threatens to increase. Easier money advocates also wants more homes built with financing readily available at terms that middle and lower income families can afford. And the huge instalment debt has been a bulwark of many consumer industries that otherwise would see their sales dwindle. HEALTH CAPSULES l»y Michael A. Pclti, M.D. IS IT SAFE TO KEEP OIL OF WINTERGREEN IN YOUR HOME •? NOT IF YOU HAVE CHILPREN. THIS IS A HIGHLY POISONOUS SUBSTANCE IF TAKEN INTERNALLY ANP HAS- CAUSEP MANY PEATHS IN CHILPREN TOMORROW: ALCOHOLICS. Health Capsules gives helpful information . It is nor intended to be of a diagnostic nature. I asked her son and heir what he was going to do with it all. He said, "I'll keep a chair or two for sentimental reasons, sell whatever a secondhand dealer will buy, and burn what's left." Very often, the tendency to hoard and accumulate signals a mental aberration. Or, it may simply signals a lack of generosity toward others; an exaggerated sense of frugality or foresight which causes one to say, "I'd better hang on to it, for I might need it someday." It's possible that these people enjoy squirreling away every buttonhook, blouse, book, or bedpost which has outlived its usefulness. But I doubt it. I suspect they would receive more pleasure disposing of things which are no longer needed, and in the process clearing their minds of the confusion which stems from living amid a rummage of possessions. Semantlcists have noted that the prefix "sen" as used in senior and seniority gives a favorable picture of maturity. It is complimentary to be considered a senior vice president, or to have seniority over someone else, or to be a senior citizen. The words senate- and senator stimulate equally stolid and favorable responses. Yet this same prefix contributes no dignity to the word senile. Webster defines this word to mean, "Of, pertaining to, exhibiting, or characteristic of old age" and affixes 'no unfavorable meaning to the world. Yet society has chosen to cloak the word senile with interferences of mental incompetence. It is only with the word senility that Webster suggests mental impairment defining the word to mean "Old age or its physical and mental infirmity." I don't know who's the champion geriatric visitor, but I'm ready to pin the blue ribbon on Mrs. Grace E. Bender of Jamestown, New York. She's ,93 years old and last year visted 1,314 persons. Seems she carries a notebook in her purse and whenever she drops in to visit with someone she enters their name and the date. When I called her the other day she said, "When you get old you can sit at home and feel sorry for yourself. Or you can visit the sick, the shut-ins, and the lonely. I don't stop for race, creed, or color. Soon these people you visit are your friends and look forward to your coming. One little old lady in a nursing home told me, "They keep me warm, clean, and well-fed. But it doesn't mean a thing if nobody comes to see me." If you would like a booklet "Things Churches Can Do for Older People" write to this column in care of Garden City Telegram enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope and ten cents to cover handling costs. CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sbeffer IZ 15 18 24- 30 33 38 45 4-8 ~ 2.5 39 4-0 3t> 34 13 llo 31 49 52. 41 23 37 i? 20 35 32 47 50 53 27 28 43 It 44 HORIZONTAL i. foundation 5. awing K. family dwelling 1 12. armadillo 13.operate 11. operatic melody 15. Italian coin 16. concern 18. youth 19. supplicate 20. sashes 21. spring flower 23. gypsy husband 24. sharpened 26. heavy weight 27. disease of fowl 30. Roman poet 31. sorrow 32. molten rock 33. Chinese pagoda 34. golf mound 35 wild 36. spread grass to dry 37. nest of pheasants 38. absorb knowledge 41. Swiss river 42. Burmese demon 45. liable to happen 47. skin eruption. 48. pace 49. morsel 50. tardy 51. Hardy heroine 52. Nellie • 53. otherwise VERTICAL 1. formal dance 2. Samoan seaport 3. Italian island 4. period of time 5. sign of zodiac Answer to yeiterday's puzzle. Ai»r»»* llm« ol MlgtluB : H mloalct. (O 1S63, King Features Synd , Inc.) CBYPTOQUIPS 8-146. vital organ 7. pismire 8. seraglio 9. Russian city 10. a haze 11. consumes 17. black 19. offer 22. color 23. fish egg* 24. torrid 25. eggs 26. p-edal digit 27. of mothers and fathers 28. the yellow bugle 29. chum 31. marry 32. guided 34. minister to 35. conifer 36. journey* 37. spruce 38. careen 39. grafted (Her.) 40. high earda 41. dye indigo 43. performs 44. Biblical pronoun 46. recede 47. island (Pr.J LXRXO UEZK-UBJJON N D X E B UEZNS ULXRSD LKO. Yesterday's Cryftayilpi ROLY-POLY PORPOISE SPLASH-

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