Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 24, 1963 · Page 6
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Life Begins at Forty Responsible Groups Can Build Housing for Elders By ROBERT PETERSON DKYVER, COLO — As this column has often said, it's rela- Ir,c);, easy to secure funds to crc".'t housing for the elderly. About alJ a reputable group needs to do is (a) provide the land ;;nd funds to employ an ai chiclet, and (b) apply for FHA insured funds lo be repaid within 40 years. By following this simple pro- codui> a ^roup associated with the Presbyterian Hospital here can point with pride to a splendid seven-story residence for elders, located near the hospital in an attractive residential area. It cost about two million dollars and has 137 Ruost suites each with bath lor folks past 62. It's non-profit and non-sectarian, and the typical guest is a genteel widow or widower in his 70's with religious interests and cultural background. "The financing of a residence then S150 a month which includes three meals a day, weekly maid sen-ice in guest rooms, and medical care. • "All entrance fees are applied : against our loan, and based on 1 the turnover we can expect from ; normal mortality, we know that ; construction costs plus interest j,will be paid off in 40 years." ! He took .me on a tour of the '[ building which is furnished : throughout in Danish Modern, • with warm yellow and tan colors predominating. Guests take their meals in a handsome carpeted dining room on the first floor with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out on a rolling lawn and nearby residential areas. Of the home's 35 paid empltfyees, 17 work in the kitchen or as waitresses. Interestingly, the chef i s a man 80-years- old and he must be good, be- I cause none of the guests with Page 10 & 11 Garden City Telegram Saturday, August 24, 1963 I j the building has a central sit! ting room, where guests can vis- lit. I Why do guests move to a residence such as this in preference • to maintaining their own homes? "I moved in because I was lone: Iy," .vas the candid response of [ Mrs. Elsie W. Adams, 73, an : alert, animated widow who has I been a teacher most of he r adu I life and is still principal of Eng i lish Studies at nearby ffille Academ'y. i If you would 1 i k e a bookie "Financing Your Coming Retire ment" write to this column i | care of the Garden City Tele j gram enclosing a stamped, self ! addressed envelope and t e I cents to cover handling costs. air ON ADVANCE "STATE FAIR" TICKETS! ADULT GRANDSTAND (Unreserved Seats; such as this is computed with whom I talked had any cnt- arlurial tables based on Ion,;- , icisms of the food. evity figures," said Gary Stay, A typical guest suite consists the dynamic young administra- of a small entrance hall, a liv- tor of Park Manor, which is ing and bedroom combined, and Denver's largest residence for a bath. Some suites have bal- eldcTs. "W • charge an entrance . ; conies large enough for two fee averaging about 57,500, and or three chairs. Each floor of NEW LINCOLN 180-AMP AC WELDER Now $110.00 WELDERS SUPPLY Phone BR 6-4861 channels 6 and 11 tele vision-week of Aug. 25-31 KTVC-6 RGLD-11 SUNDAY 11 . J. ; > f, B;ts*V»All Preview Chirac"" v«. Nt*w York 12. oO 11 Majnr L.rasu? Basphall E...--tofi K*fi Sox \f. Cleveland Indians 2 :KI 11 Mr Adam & Eve -.•1,5 H Eai'ly Show "C-'ilifornirt Passage" '"' 11 i ,•( "f (" >n 2\m& ".';o 11 All Slur Wrestling .) 15 0 Film Fill •1 'M t> Armn.'ur Hour 4:»i 11 Piiillwrikle •i •'"> 6 L'dth Century 5:00 11 M.-Ht Hie Press "'-'it *; \I r Ed 5:,'.'0 31 Ray .Sclierer's Sunday 6 -Afl C T <i<^cia .InJ n LjflSPlC 6:00 11 Ensign O'Toole fi :i'l 6 Dennis The Menace 6:30 11 Disney's Wonderful World of Color 7-00 B I'd SiiiiH-sn 7:.W 31 r !t r M. Where Are You? 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