I am writing regarding the two "word" puzzles that are in the paper each day. I am 94 years old and have used them since I came to Utah from Texas in 1939. I have talked to many other older people and they say they don't take the paper as the letters in the puzzles are too small for them to see.
I have very poor eyesight, like most older people I associate with at the senior clubs. Almost all of them don't take the paper as they cannot read well and in particular, they cannot see well enough to work the puzzles. They do like, as I do, to buy the large puzzle books that have large letter spaces.
The books are very expensive. It would be cheaper for all of us puzzle buffs to buy the paper rather than keep going elsewhere. Making the print in the puzzles larger would certainly please many of us in the older group of residents.
Ben L. Graham