Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 11
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We've chosen the finest for you ... rich and buttery iri texture and flavor, high in quality. each c Iced Coffee Cake Curtsy Baked , Butterhorn O'/l-OI. pkfl. 22 Allsweet Margarine Rich Golden Yellow Cubei 1-lb. ctn. 29 Italian Twist Loaf Di Carlo White Bread Taity and Delicioui ftd. loaf Libby's Fruit Cocktail W-9- VALUE - 3 PIECE PUCE SETTING Five Selected Sunny Fruiti 17-ox. can 23' Eating Apples nsur 2*»-25 Rome Apples .ML- 2n s .25 Head Lettuce 25' Enriched Flour I Fresh, crisp, tendtr heads Pint for crispy salads 2w25' Crjslil I Cleir b*ttl» Him nin. WHI mum HMI Cut Green Beans Other Melmac Dinnerware Serving PlaHer ^'X .m, $1.79 Vegetable Bowl ^±L , nV $1.79 Cream Sugar Set -"i« , n i y $1.79 CompIeterSet s .Td d d""« «m y $1.19 See Display at Your Safeway! For the Safeway Store See libby's Blue Lake 16-01. can 2V Modess Napkins Absorbent. . , Yet So Soft of 12 Red Karo Syrup Ice Cream'*£. 79' 2^;. Wide Egg Noodles *'ir,r ^ .Whipping Cream 1 S* · ^ rrin In ' L£. Milt Ar... U.~ D» Ota imnr'i Fm« «»-·*. Ham rOT Tie S^tclil Offir v pkfi, lu/ S .1 »|..prlw fit 1 «t yi-Fri«.. W Mi -nm l- ** Gold Medal Spaghetti Cream Puff Mix hlt ir w Spic Span Cleaner " Granulated Soap lfc - fifj' ° u 2 1 * " Z 50' PRICES EFFECTIVE Thursday thru Sunday, February 13 7 14,15,. 16, 1958 nearesr you. rind Ui F«l In The "Yellow Pages' L-- -- ^ -- -~^j- Page 821 Under Sroceries- Retail INDEPENDENT--P«g« A-l I ' If It BLVD. I 6507 E. SPRING 2220 E. SEVENTH ST. 4580 ATLANTIC AVE. 1355 H. AVALON, WILMINGTON 227 N. PACIFIC, SAN PEDRO 1221 S. GAFFEY, SAN PEDRO 2155 PACIFIC CCAST HWY., LOMITA CARSON WESTERN, TORRANCE to Hmfr ,upn»if J« , and m* »ll to otft.r m.rc n «nt.. Applicable tox« will b. «oH«».d. They'flBe J ·· Glad to Get $100,000 WASHINGTON ' (*) -- The chairmen of the Senate and House Republican Campaign Committees said Wednesday they will accept the $100,000 raised by a Houston,. Tex., party .dinner and. spurned by the" GOP National Committee. Interviewed by, telephone, Sen. Schoeppel (R-Kan) and Rep. Simpson (R-Pa) J said C h a i r m a n Meade Alcorn's statement, that the GOP Na- . tional Committee will -.j.not accept funds from the dinner does not apply to their committees. · Alcorn's refusal was 'announced Tuesday, with White House approval, '' Schoeppel and Simpson joined in condemning the action of H. J. Porter, Texas GOP national committeeman, · in appealing for contributions on the ground that Rep. Joseph 'W. Martin · Jr., House minority leader,-had helped obtain House passage of the natural gas bill in the .past and "was being counted on to rally support for, it this year. .." * * *^ * BUI SCHOEPPEL and Simpson made it clear their indignation was not so ' great as ' to cause them--as it 'did Alcorn-to turn their backs on $100,000 in campaign- contributions. "I knew nothing about the Porter letter until I 'read portions of it in the papers," Schoeppel said when he was reached in Independence, Kan. "It was unfortunate and does not bespeak the attitude of the Republicans of. Texas who .contributed honestly to help 'elect Republican senators and -con- . gressmen. '_·-'" "We are certainly not going to take the position," however, that 'any money forwarded to us 'by the Republican State Finance Committee of Texas will not be'accepted." "·-" Schoeppel said that while-the proceeds, of such $100-a-plate' dinners often are cleared through the national' committee, it is not unusual for a state finance group ! to send-the money directly to the .congressional committees. * » » SIMPSON SATO that · thus far the House committee has received no offer of any of-the money collected at the Houston dinner.. But he said that so far as he is concerned, if money is forwarded by the" state finance committee to his group it- will be accepted. * Simpson called Porters-letter "crude and inexcusable. He 'said it put Martin in-. »n unfair light. . - !'·- "Everybody knows that'Joe Martin's influence is not. -for sale" Simpson said. "Some.of this'money was contributed v by persons who wished to get a legislative decision on a ·matter that I' believe the Supreme Court . unfortunately decided the wrong way." : " * * *. * - · HOUSTON, Porter-said ^ the $100,000, less expenses, will be used b'y the state committee If the'national committee-does not want it. Porter is finance, . chairman of the -Texas Republican Committee. ' ·We can use the money, he said. "We still have a deficit from the 1956 campaign."-· Porter said'he has no intention of resigning as national Republican committeeman from Texas because of a letter he wrote. · . ' ,' Porter ihad been asked-for comment on Washington, reports that White House sources Were trying to get Porter to step aside as the party's leader in Texas. · ; ' Lansky Free After Quiz on Anastasia NEW YORK «·)--Pint-sized Meyer Lansky; the tough little bigwig of Havana gambling,, was turned loose Wednesday after questioning about racketeer Albert Anas'tasia's murder. Police got nothing from "f know as much about the Anastasia killing as an Eskimo in Alaska," the 5 foot, 3 inch Lansky told reporters. Police think Anastasia may have been slain because. ;he tried to move in on Havana gambling. Lansky has been described on tfie record as one of a handful of directors of a national crime syndicate. He is the reputed czar of Cuban gambling. .' . Released on $1,000 bail on a vagrancy charge--although he had $1,085 in cash on him -Lansky immediately was subpoenaed by the New -York' State legislative " Watchdog Committee. -. " The committee set .Feb.- 20 for questioning of Lansky about last November's meeting of rackets chieftains at Palachin, N Y. L'ansky. is.one of the biggest yet least known of the, nation's top racketeers. ·-..- LEKE A JOB? Now 1 !, the time to get it! See the columns in Classified. · -'

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