Independent from Long Beach, California on February 3, 1960 · Page 14
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Apaka to Be Buried on Slope Over Waikiki HONOLULU MB--Hawaiian singer Alfred Apaka will be buried Sunday on the slope of;Dlamond Heat! crater overlooking Waikiki Beach. Apaka, 40, who appeared in many m a i n l a n d television shows, died Jan. 30 of a heart attack while playing paddleball at the YMCA. · Services will be conducted at the Mormon Tabernacle. Edward L. Clissold and Jay A. Qucaly Jr., presidents of the Oahu and Honolulu Stakes, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will officiate. Apaka, considered the top Hawaiian entertainer of his day, made many records and several appearances on national network television. * * * * HE WAS descended from Hawaiian royalty. Apaka had his own tele- vision show at Los Angeles in 1952-53. At the time of his death plans were being made for his own national TV show originating in Hawaii. Since 1955 lie was entertainment director of Henry Kaiser's Hawaiian Village Hotel. Apaka married singer Edna Mae Blake in 1945. They were divorced in ] 956. A son, Jeffrey, 14, is a stu- VIRGIL RULES: Using the following-16 . letters in the Wink sqirar.es be. low how many -words can you form vertically and horizontal. lyt Use same word only once and no proper nouos or phlnils plcasr. Wicn words contain tow than 5 letters and arc in came Jine--i. p., "TOICE" scor. Jn^ is 1 yit. for word "TO" and 3 pis. for word "ICE." MAXI- JlUJlt ?J UMBER OF POINTS PER LINE IS FIVE. To assist you, w c Jmvr. inserted a few addilional letters. A B C E E N OO PPP R SSSS .SCOPING.- 5-lnieiwcidt..Spli. );lctKrwo'di..4 pit. 3-ltlltl word!. '.3 pis. Hightil pciiiblt J(0teii50plj. TOTAL -IS ,, , © I960. John Vnnnlnr. a-^i OHIrlbultd by Kln t Fmuru Synctlittr, ~ 'innlimi 111 iiij'i i i*^i»»»ni»ii. dent at San Rafael, Military Academy. * :K * * APAKA'S father, . vouve £OT AN OLD FASHIONED BLACKBOARD Calif., sergeant--tt-arins of the State Senate. A great-grandfather, James Alfred Luther Aholo, C-0-M-I-OS Sr., was a member of the ter- the interior under King Kala] ENNIS THE MENACE By HANK KETCHUM ritorial House of Representa- kaua in the days of the Ha- tives seven times and is now waiian monarchy. «v * IIE! 1K (MR. 22 ·^vaApft! 20 I/65-78-67-89 1AURUS \ APR 21 p^ /MY 2] 0)21-25-35-51 S/56-58-68 VI' 6-18-27-32 ^703-72-86-90 V^lO-12-31-49 £'57-66-79-85 M ·^ -liy CLAY R. POLLAN- M * Your Daily Aclivil/ GuWe Accorc/mg (o f/io Slarf. To develop messoge for Wednesday, read words corresponding to numbers of your Zodiac birth sign. 31 Original 22 Tronsoctions52 To 23 Advantage b3 Over 24 Holes 54 Financial 25 Meet 26 Clear 55 Important 61 Any 6'.'. Work 63 For 64 A 65Peopb 66 Your 67 Surprising 681oni9hl 69 Opportunity 70 Or 71 Development 72 Action 73 Eo.ly 74 Result ' 75Pci-,on 76 Tuday 77 Juil 73 And 79 Ideos 80 Attroctivo 81 And 82 Better 83 Security 84 Proposition 85 Forcibly 27 A 28 Especially S3 liy 29 Action 59 Risht 30 Ol 60Tho r _ . . _ . 56 Acquaintances 86 Moves 57 Present 87 Troublesome 88 Deserving ff? Situations 90 Changes 1-23-47-61(5; 9-70-8034 SAQITTAKIUS NOV. 23 / » DEC. 22 |gj| 20-29.40-^5^r i4-67-74 SL CAPBICORN DEC 23 ^ JA{ 20 Vl^ AQUARIUS JAM. 21 ; · . 7- W3! J3-54-71 S nsccs FEB. 20)2 IMP. V fq 3- 5- 9-14/P 22-28-39 ' THE BEKRYS * HE'S A MILLIOM IAUGHS.;.". if VA CAM UNDERSTAND WHAT HE'S SAVIN'.* -* I'D LIKE TO CATCH ^ . TH' WISE GUV WHO'PUT PERFUME ON MY COAT.' I PATfe A GOOD SPORT.. BUT SHELL 1 PROBABLY KID THE LIFE OUT OF ME/ HI, DEAR OH, NOT SO GOOD...I MUST POGO Uns loch, calll.. Wed., Fib. *, mi INDEPENDENT--Pago B-T CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Perfumery center near Cannes. 7 "Eiicu, ," start of Horace'* lament for the fleeting ycnis. 14 Brainpan. 15 In the fashion: 3 words. 16 County in Connaught, Ireland. 17 Hodgepodge. 18 City in central Sicily. 19 Head: Fi. 21 About one quart. 22 Wildly gay. 23 Mother of Apollo. 24 Slips of tie tongue or pen. 25 Make more suitable. 27 Air. 29 Having prongs. 30 Arcade of Athens. 31 Ranch. 35 Qncchuan tribesman. 36 Dwarf. 37 South African perennial. 33 Request, as advice. 39 Faultless. 40 A former ball*- player, ior fhort. 41 Place to bkalo. 42 1'lowcd land: Span. 43 Sculptured 47 Resound. 50 Navigator's aid. · 51 Bolt. 52 Cow barn. 53 Palm tree. 54 Run. 56 Insignificant. 53 Particular form of anything 59 Kind of triangle. 60 International compact. 61 French revolt!- .tionisL DOWN 1 Reddish liquor. 2 Colorful Indian ceremony: 2 ·words, 3 Pilaster. 4 Title. 5 Series of room*. 6 Ant. 7 Celebrity. 8 Tliminulive suffix. 9 Four quarts. 10 At full speed: Poet. 11 Talc or story: Ft 12 Sharp tooL 13 Hturuspice*. 14 Klowcring vine. 20 Occupant ol holt . day platter: 2 ·words. 23 Businew abbreviation. 24 Thrash. 26 1'rujcctinR point* 28 Beloved of Glaucus. 30 Astound. 31 Beautiful. 32 Subject of n»nr a glee club nongj 2 words. S3 Highwayman rf Western dramas* 2 words. 34 Large-looted bird. 36 Revolve. 40 Very large P. I tree. 41 Keep. 43 Clump .ox oca* 44 Approach, perfection. 45 Stave off. 46* Lines before tho chorus. 48 Mass o£ people. 49 Accordingly. 52 Kola . 53 Food fish. 55 KimlcrgurlneE, 57 Catch. THB MAJOSlfV SWASg Of 1X6 VOT POL.U #mBE/? one CHOICE. HOW'P THE: VOT POWN, AM? 066TL£ ? ANP WKAr WA5 VOUff W/HHINQ vore? AHSVrlR TO PREVIOUS PUZZIE u UJlB HID C O l R I t !0 R|A rio MONEY SAVING PLASTIC COVERED DE LUXE TOY CHEST Has Padded Lid Reg. 9,95 Silent Mercury SWITCHES Best Griiclc BROWN IVORY Reg. 1.95 yd. Re p. 2,95 yd, DRAPERY FABRIC LARGE SELECTION E- . - - - . . - . - : · UPHOLSTERY FABRIC Values lip lo 12.95 yd. Sale Special H Curtains, Bedspreads and All Panels at Sale Prices! yd. CHAIR . . . 35.00 SOFA . . . 70.00 LABOR FABRIC COiMPLETE LUXURY TRAVERSE ADJUSTABLE WITH STARL1TE PERFORATED SHADES Moviihli- it ml Jiljustalile. f i t s a n y room 8' lo '/ lii^li. slunli-'s t u r n 10 a f u l l SMI", colors: \ \ h i i c , UKO.I .tucl bl.iik. Extra-bc. I COMPLETE I 28" to 48" Regular 2.50 48" to 86" Regular 3.49 Washes dishes without scr.tpinp, stacking or lojciir£! Push-button suds and clc.in no-.spl.ish sj.r.iy do the whole job. SALE PRICE HARDWARE DEPT. STORE HOURS: E F 12" MODERN ASH TRAY Mon., Thur,, Fri,, 9 !o 9 IB .SELECTION OE COLORS and SHAPES - TUBS,, Wed,, Saf,, 9 tfl 6 I 1 H E PURCHASE OE EACH 8.S8 POLE L A M P OUHOayS, 10 10 4

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