Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on January 4, 1959 · Page 123
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 123

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, January 4, 1959
Page 123
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CROSSWORD PUZZLE Solution (o puzzle on Page 35.} By Tbomas Meeltin ACROSS 1 Simple- song. 7 Rule by political leaders. 14 In largo part, 20 Melodic. 21 Region of rustic innocence. 22 Actresi Durbin. 23 Fan. 24 Ler and Neptune: 2 words. 25 Temper. 26 Holy, woman. 27 Father. 29 Messago transmitter. 31 Bob bait liljbtlj-. 32 Practices. 31 Bark tlirilly. 36 Lease. . 37 _AIto. 38 Dissolves. 40 Newcomers. 44 Assignation. 45 Absorbed. 47 Actreu Maureen. 48 Samoan island port. SO Attack 53 Unfruitful. * 55 Tako awajr. 59 Taken IT Dewey, 1898. 60 Leaders. 61 Walk heavily. 63 Scurried. 64 Oil-rich. country. 65 Settled. 67 Essays. 69 Chinese dynasty. 70 Unique-, 71 Mountain lake. 72 Dripping wet. 73 9th Creek letter. 74 Daunted. 75 Girl's name: It. 77 Eipiate. 78 Product of smelting. 79 Roofing material. 80 Small brown bird. 81 Dish of herbs. 83 Break one's word: CoUoq. 85 Guarantee. 87 Fuel line: 2 words. 89 Expunged. 90 Hill in Heath, Ireland. 92 Swiss city. 93 Dutch cheese. 91 Merino. 97 Public walk. 100 Hawks. 104 Borders. 105 Carry. 106 City in Japan. 108 Bargain. 109 High mountain. 110 Nautical. 114 Stringed instrument. 116 Candlenut tree. 117 Miss Muffet's visitor. · 119 True to fact 121 Spot in Genesis. 123 Carrot-shaped. 124 Girl's name. 125 Far East. 126 Cockpits. 127 Debases. 128 Derisive laughs. DOWN 1 Famed showman. 2 Stir up.' 3 Actor Barrymore. 4 Parcel of land. 5 On the briny deep. 6 Race at Epsom Downs. 7 Variety of rock. 8 Native metal. 9 Beat ill 10 Seasoning. 11 Heathen deity. 12 Of the ttars. 13 Skipper. 14 Conform. 15 Unaspirated. 16 Retainer: 17 Once upon a time: 2 words. 18 Relatives of the slug. 19 Breed of hound. 28 Actress Edna. 30 Saturn's rings* 33 Filtered. 35 Essential food elements^ 37 British gocart 39 Cruise. 41 In the lead. 42 Fragrant balm. 43 Grain for the. mill. 44 Joined firmly. 46 Worker ia stucco. 49 Thrived. 50 Moslem-'form of government. 51 4th Hindu month. 52 Trappers. 53 Using with others. 54 Separate incident. 56 Baltimore ball team. 57 Upper hand. 58 Betrothed. 62 Man's name. 66 Yam. 68 Drumming; ' sound: Fr. 69 Incorrectly termed. 76 Habitat of 113 Down. 77 Strange. 80 Outer garment. 82 Part of a church, 84 Generations. 86 American Indiana. 88 Ineffectual 91 Mimicker. 93 Uncanny. 94 Dam in California, 95 Assistant. 96 Dominion, 98 Fenced. 99 Home of S. M. U. 101 Fishhook adjunct. 102 Doleful ballad. 103 Slopes. 105 Uncovers. 107 Odysseus'a doj 110 "I man with seven wivcs."l 2 words. 111 Article. : 112 Hawaiian chant. 113 Silkworm. 115 Gain by effort 118 Covert. 120 Actress Dvorak. 1M de Ore. IT AW TA Make Two s P ecial IlUn l" Power Saw Cuts 01 OQ N j-i d Of TonWmpcrary fu-nl.ur, 4244 woodruff HA 9-0037 in lakewood A superb selection of contemporary furnishings r e d u c e d tor immediate clearance on our entire stock. Purchase with no money down--36 months to pay. open mon., thurs., fri. 'til 9 sale starts jan. S, 9 a.m. "MR. PUNCH," Qrcdit Manager R A T T A N F U R N I T U R E S*e living :lal 8-pc. room group for , den or family room. Light Finish $269 Walnut Finish 289 (EASY TERMS) 5000 FACULTY AVENUE Faculty Shops-. Lakew'd Center (across from post office) Lakewood ME 0-1152 OPEN MON., THURS., FBI. 9:30 to 9:30 P.M. OPEN TUES., WED., SAT. 9:30 10 5:30 P.M. 1. USE THIS TRICK TO SPLIT A BOARD IN HALF. Ripping on edge, to make thinner stock, calls for two cuts when the board is wider than the saw capacity. Each cut is slightly more than half the width of the board. First, set fence for thickness desired. Then nail together an L of scrap and clamp it to the table, snug against back of the fence. Z. HOLD-DOWN CLAMP is fastened to L so stock slips under it. but is held flush against the table. At the same time, stock is pushed tight against the fence by another scrap and a spring stick clamped to the table. Multiple saw cuts in the end of the stick make it resilient and pres-ent its binding the stock. S. HOW TO CUT ACCURATE DADOES FOK JOINERY. Interlocking corners are cut with saw using an auxiliary face and guide pin (dowel). Fasten the auxiliary face to the miter gauge and with dado head cut slot in the edge. Then cut a groove in the corner of a piece of scrap. Put scrap against face and drill for dowel of same diameter as the cut. 4. TO USE THE JIG, again clamp face board to gauge so blade will enter original slot. Now groove the corner of one piece of stock, and position it over the dowel, which projects from drilled hole. Place edge of matching stock against the dowel and cut both boards at oncei Continue across the edge. Copyright Better Homes and Gardene

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