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Page 24ACROSS 53 1 Punch 54 5 Biol. or bot. 55 8 Pack (down)Senior Times - January 2019 CROSSWORD PUZZLEAntitoxins Rowing need — River, N.J.8 9 10 11 1412 Vittles ... DOWN13 ... and what to do with 1 Wound cover5 6 71316 17them 2 Cleveland’s place 14 Operatic showstopper 3 Buffalo Bill15 Verdi work 4 Money of Malawi 16 Alamo Casualty 5 Religious offshoots 18 Refuse to buy 6 Wagon20 Moor 7 Judge Lance21 Possesses 8 Hire22 Chinese chairman 9 Vicinity23 Enthusiast 10 Catcher’s need26 Longtime TV Variety star 11 Maze option30 Dance syllable 17 Burn somewhat31 Despondent 19 Sturdy tree32 A billion years 22 Pie ingredient?33 1890’s heavyweight 23 Gov. agcy.champ 24 Pi follower36 Archipelago part 25 Sound receptor38 Whatever amount 26 Cudgel39 Every crumb 27 Conger, for one40 Acid type 28 Pirouette pivot43 Actor Gould 29 Potent stick47 Lots of power? 31 igpen49 Expanded 34 Potasium source 50 Press 35 Sufficient, old-style 51 “CSI” evidence 36 Under the weather 52 Long lunch? 37 Trivial21 22 23 24 25 26Age For Full Retirement Bene t For Retired WorkersFull retirement age is the age at which a person may first become entitled to full or unreduced retirement benefits. Your full retirement age depends on your date of birth. The age for Medicare eligibility is 65, regardless of when you were born.Year of Birth1937 & earlier 1938 . . . . . . . . 1939 . . . . . . . . 1940 ....... 1941 . . . . . . . . 1942 .......- By Appointment Only -3 John R. Street, Battle Creek, MI 49015269-968-2880... .. . .. . ... .. . ...Full Retirement Age6565 and 2 months 65 and 4 months 65 and 6 months 65 and 8 months 65 and 10 monthsYear of Birth1943–1954 1955 . . . . . . 1956 . . . . . . 1957 . . . . . . 1958 . . . . . . 1959 .......... .... . .... . .... . .... . .....Full Retirement Age6666 and 2 months 66 and 4 months 66 and 6 months 66 and 8 months 66 and 10 monthsYear of Birth Full Retirement Age1960 and later . . . 67Maximum monthly Social Security benefit: $2,642 for workers retiring at full retirement age in 2014. Note: Higher benefits are possible for those who work or delay receipt after reaching full retire- ment age.The Help Home programis a voluntary program whereby a person with dementia, or their lovedone, can register emergency information with the Calhoun County Dispatch Authority in order to be returned home quickly and safely if lost.To register call (269) 979-1412 today.For more information, go to http:// www.socialsecurity.gov/planners/retire/ retirechart.html.Bruce A. Leonard, D.D.S. General DentistryCHAPEL HILL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH157 Chapel Hill Drive, (269) 963-0231, www.chapelhill-umc.org• Rev. Chad Parmalee, Pastor• Traditional Service 9am; Praise Service 11am • Barrier Free• Nursery provided all morningST. PHILIP CATHOLIC CHURCH126 Capital Ave. NE, Battle Creek, MI 49017• Fr. John Fleckenstein, Pastor; Fr. Robert Johansen, Assoc. Pastor • Mass Schedule: Sat 4:30pm; Sun 9am, 11:30amIf you’re homebound and would like the weekly bulletin mailed to you, please call the Parish Office at (269) 968-6645.WESTLAKE PRESBYTERIAN415 S. 28th Street, Battle Creek, MI 49015• Adult Sunday School 9:15am• Church Service 10:30am• Children are released from the Service after children’s time“The IRS does not endorse any particular individual tax return preparer.” Security and Advisory Services offered through Harbour Investments, Inc.1 2 3 4121518 19 203033 34 353827 28 29 31 3240 41 42 4750534336 37 3949 52 5544 45 4639 Sacrifice site 40 Parisian pals45 41 Unembellished 4642 “Young Frankenstein” role 43 Sicilian spouter44 Sandwhich treatFour years in the White HouseAnimals entered by “— company, ...” Commotion48 51 5448SOLUTION TIME: 21 MINS.Worship With UsANSWERSSOCK SCI TAMP CHOW EAT ARIA AIDA CROCKETT BOYCOTT HEATH HAS MAOFREAK BURNETT CHA SAD EON CORBETT ISLET ANY ALLAMINO ELLIOTT MEGAWATT GREW IRON DNA HEROSERA OAR TOMS


































































































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