Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 72
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P Z O Z S INK tMc*. cm* Ton. un l WU It's a ivieai in GIANT BURGER ]lt Takes an Engineer to Do It ^ ore d 00 ^ Finally Fixed B) BARRY DAVIS -I KNEW it I made the I parti' it I ihaven't been »b!e to jet that: M A S S1LLON. Ohio OP-- much mercury. , *** "Ml | minor Hid George CasweU been a "The mercury provides' 1 "*^'""^ . clock maker he probably! - . . . . . . 1 Being a novice »t dock re- CK« maxer. ne P" 01 ^!TM.*,*^ ufce« op the w| plW ^ Cl$ ^ beglllby ^ t . in B MAPLE SHOPS never wou!d have attempted, . to restore one of the world's * u °7 , . n-Dr*lf most unusual timepieces. But he's an engineer and his credo is. "Nothing is impossible.** So he did it. CaswetU president of the:P rt brlis Ohio I n d u s t r i a l Research? 1111 . '*«* «t the Corp., stumbled on the clock "»« ttslt: temperature. This secting a clock to see what! would allow for an adjust-it w»s all about He also re- ment, say. if the sun were furred to books on the sub-1 shining on the clock." Here's what Caswell. an ex-! bronze crafts- in the basement of the Charlotte. N.C. museum. The 7-foot-tall walnut cabinet--the top half of which ject. Who made the dock is a I mystery, but Caswell caku-1 of lates it was built in the ISOOs. When fully restored, the | clock will be exhibited around I Actually it is not one clockjis a gla'ss squares-had"beenj tn « coun ly b *' ore il ij even -1 but a dozen. There is a largelsmashcd by vandals who tual ' v r ~ clock in the center of a cius-,broke into the museum. The Now CasweU finds he isn't | ter of II small clocks--each brass works were corroded through fixing rare clocks. with a face on either sideJand several of its 104 gears) Tve got seven offers, I Each face will tell the timejWere gone. There were 27jwhich I'm going to accept, to | in a different city around theiparts missing out of a total of:fix clocks--some up to world. (about 2SO. [years old." he declared. WE QUIT SALE! ; FREEWAY COMING THRU!!! EVERYTHING [·living Room Re(i|c^d! | '·Bedroom'Reduced! ' Oinlng'Room Reduced! » Camps Reduced! ,.»;0dds Ends Reduced! Maple Shops BELLFLOWEX BOUttVAKD 150 A FULL V4 POUND OF FRESH 100% GROUND BEEFi! Served on ovct-fresb sesa. mt seed bun witk the finest Krofl Cfctese. pTckfe. eaien. lettuce, tomatoes end cor ow» special tasty dressing. UKGER BOY' CAKSON SHOPflNG CENTU WOOOIUFF IT CAKSON 4146 WOODRUFF THE CLOCK was in ruins when Caswell first saw it in July 1961. Recently, he says, he has beerj offered upwards of $23,000 for it. "I thought it was a pity to see it sitting there and decaying." says Caswell, who never before had tried to restore a clock. "The museum tad tried for 20 years to get it fixed, but no one wanted to do it. They said it was too far gone. -But if someone tells me something can't be done. 111 do it.' Caswell arranged with the clock's owner to repair it in return for half ownership. Now, after 1,000 hours of work, the restoration is nearly finished- Only adjustment of the clock remains. Yet 12 watchmakers along the way told him the clock never would run again. * * * · THE ENTIRE cluster of docks is powered by a 16- pound weight suspended on a nylon cord. The swing of this pendulum is kept even by two glass tubes, each an inch in diameter and eight inches long, into which mercury will be poured. "The difficulty now," explains Caswell. "is that ac- -t ftw t t,p, t.rll «f T..'i- cording to the books I've re- fto.« H* s-KM Iferred to. clocks of this type take 24 pounds of mercury. I FREE WITH COUPON CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP Oi* t*9- HTI ez cat GOOD THUIS. ATK. 4 THIU WED. A/L II STANDING RIB ROAST * * * tin* - - _ - _ -- -- - _ _. Tnit 0BT O meat deportaieit. Tei'V «i«rt ten* ftllowi »l nalTy liow rkeir mean mi featire ·etlitj but ili« rtrf fcnt. Ow fcutcWrt prtdt themsefvcs oa fnrsag per* --xt'i rotlcr «rv« irei »"rt flat neeti cot · TOBT iffiiUnal wtjin. 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