Page A-IO--INDEPENDENT Loni UiCh, Cllll., Thurl, Ftb. 4, 1HO Death Notices PRICE--George Danson, 69 of 6691 Harbor Ave., diec Wednesday. He was a World War I veteran. Surviving are wife, Mary E.; daughter, Mrs, Betty Hutton; stepdaughters, Mrs. Edith Jewell and Mrs. Hilda Janssen; stepson. Ham ilton Walton. Service Friday, 11 a.m., MottelPs Peek Mortuary. GRAVEL--Claude Camille, 4S, of 6-194 Brayton Ave., died Wednesday. Surviving are wife, Nellie; sons, Raymond and Jimmie; stepson, Dale Wilson; a brother and two sisters. Service today, 2 p.m., Mottell's Peek Mortuary. VAN NORMAN -- Floyd William, 65. of 335 Ora Ct., died Jan. 2S. Service Friday, 10:30 a.m., Veterans Admin- quiem mass today, 9:30 a.m Our Lady of Bright Mount Los Angeles. POTTER--Mrs. Adaline J. 79, of 908 Lime Ave., died Tuesday. Surviving are husband, Leslie W.; daughters, Mrs. Joyce Gourfain and Mrs, Ruth L. Jackson. Service Friday, . 2 p.m., Smiths' Mortu- iry, Huntington Beach. GREENING -- Mrs. Epsy lementine, 87, of 359 E. Market St., died Tuesday. Surviving are nephews, George I. and Loren G. Howard. Service Saturday, 11 a.m., Holton Â£ Son Mortuary. SCHROER--William Henry, 83, of 311 E. 8th St., died Tuesday. Surviving are wife, iffie, son, Fred; daughter, istration Cemetery, West Los! Mrs ' Catherine Roadhouse. Angeles Mottell's Peek! Servlce toda y. 3 Pm -. Ho Mortuary directing. | t o n Son Mortuary. SEABRIDGE"- Albert, 77,! POOLE-wiiiiam T,, 79, of of 2201 E. Broadway, died I 32 Long_Beach Blvd., died Jan. 28. Requiem mass today, 8 a.m., St. Matthew's Church. Tuesday. Surviving are sons, Richard, Gregory and William Sheelar-McFadyen Mortuaryj 1 "- Jr - : daughters, Mrs. Gladys directing BR1GGS--Mrs. Celia A., 72, of 1242 E. 7th St., died Tuesday. Surviving are son, Robert; daughters, Luz Briggs, Mrs. Blanche Wilks and Mrs. Mary Sehgo. Rosary was Smock and Mrs. Jane P. McKnee; brother, Courtney L.; sister, Mrs. Marguerite Talks. Service Sunday, 1:30 p.m.. Dilday Mortuary Chapel. CASS --Bessie M., 82, of 1123 E. 10th St., died Wednes- Wcdnesd,ty, Sheelar-McFad jday. Surviving are husband, yen Mortuary. Requiem mas; today, S -t.m., Church. St. Anthony's MUSZALSKI-- Stanley, 74, George A. Sr.; sons, Thomas E. and George A. Jr.; daughter, Mrs. Virginia R. McDowell; brother, Russell L Brinegar: sisters. Mrs. Byrd of 2126 Oregon Ave., diediSteadman and Mrs. Maude Monday. Surviving are sons, Edward, Alfred and Stanley. Rosary was Wednesday, Sheelar-McFadyen Mortuary. Re- A'EII'S RRIEI-'S Jobless Total Slightly Up Foushee. Service Saturday, 11 a.m., Dilday Mortuary Chapel. STEVENSON--William J., 50, of 607 E. 59th St., died Monday. Surviving are broth er, Kenneth; sister, Mrs. Helen Beaver. Requiem mass today, 9 a.m., St. Athanasius Church. Spongberg Mortuary directing. Long Beach area unemployment was up slightly in January--the first month joblessness here has increased since t h e 1957-5S recession. The California Department of Employment, 1313 Pine Ave., had 3,718 job hunters registered last month. That compares with 9,337 unemployed for the previous month and 11,798 foe January 1959. ''"The unemployment figure is still much lower than it was n year ago," George Toll, dc partmnit manager here, said DRAINS ' A $l,04't,!)fi3 contract foi construction of a huge net work of storm drains dcsigncc to relieve flooding in East Long Beach, Lakewood and Bcllflower has been awarded ,by the County Board of Supervisors to Norco Construction Co. of Artcsia. ORIilT CLUn The executive board of the Orbit Club of Long Beach, an organization founded in 1958 for single adults of the .'10-55 age group, has completed plnns for its coming minstrel show, already in rehearsal, to be given later this month, at the clubhouse, 530 E. 4th St. PICMC The eighth annual Bremerton and Kitsap County, Wash., Palm Springs Potluck Picnic Will be at noon Feb. 12 in Tamarisk Park In Palm Springs, G. T. A r t h u n , comm i t t e e chairman, announced YOUNG -- M a y A., 90, of 1612 E. 7th St., died Sunday Private service, Dilday Mortuary Chapel. HII.LIG--Erwin R., 71, of 1548 Pacific Ave., d i e d Wednesday. Surviving are vife, Charlotte H.; sons, Her- jert J. and Emil 0. Service Saturday, 9:30 a.m., Dilday VIortuary Chapel. JETTER--Lena W., 78, of 6365 St. Louis Ave., died Wednesday. S u r v i v i n g is daughter, Mrs. Margaret Van Brunt. Service and interment New Brunswick, N. J. Dilday Family locally. Mortuary directing Morton Converse P R E S C R I P T I O N P H A R M A C I S T S I N V I T E S Y O U T O V I S I T O U R N E W E S T P H A R M A C Y 4 3 6 0 A T L A N T I C A V E N U E L O N G B E A C H G A R F I E L D 6 - 4 4 1 5 CfFi: O,i . . Â· S .,,1 .1 v, -Â· .Â« r-n P;.-n,Ty ':T"i~ !C *Â·" - P p-n F R F ^ E 1 O - D A Y R U P P I . Y O F D V R V I T A M I N S ! F Â· : Â· Â· Â· Mix 'Em As You Wish! 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Whole bean profecli Nob Hill's freshness 'til the moment you buy-and grind it yourself. Coldbrook Margarine Quality margarine at an economy pricel Spreads tasily, Also excellent for cooking. Whips Easily carton (Lucerni Prices In Local AreÂ«) carton irt'. 1 , 32I/2C SlIIWAY Aromatic Blend 2-lb. bag 97' Old World Black Bread Mrs. Wright's Robust flavor, Ideal with soups and cheeses. Reg. 29c Save 15-oz. lOc Curtsy Cake COlfee Cdke Almond Crunch siii ' Safeway Winter Produce - Top In Quality! v . Â·Carrots Vz Round Layer 13-oz. MI ( Coconut White size *t I Tender, Freshly Dug Snaptops Fresh Clip Tops i New Crop Local Your Choice IBrond NÂ«w EnaHatt Tread) Northland Sliced Strawberries Generous thick slices, picked at the sweetest moment of their lives, and rushed into frozen captivityl Full Mb. Pkgs. Bel-air Vegetables Â·Spinach S Â· Peas and Carrots Â· Potato Patties 12-oz. PkÂ£. 10-oz. 12-oz. Meat Iro MHSr ICC IVIIEK Banquet M 8-oz. 3 Varieties *r pies Lucerne 1 / 2 -jal. MQ C 4 Flavors ctn, *T7 Yellow Skin Cooking Variety Onions Yes, We Gire Blue Chip Stamps icith Produce Purchases! Additional Produce Values! Central American Golden Ripe Sugary Sweet-But Low in CaloriesI U.S. No. 1 fancy Quality * Anjou Pears * Velvet Yams Your Choice --Imported Holland- Cladiob Bulbs All Exhibition Size Bulbs Nina Assorted Colon Plant Now! Underwood Deviled Ham Tasty and 2-oz. AI c Spicy can Zl Kingsford Corn Starch ?Â· 1 7 C pkj. 1 / Crisco Shortening Mb. Â«r c can UJ Wood bury Toilet Soap Deal n bath AA C Pack L bars 47 LONG BEACH SAFEWAY LOCATIONS 6507 E. Spring 714 N. Pine Ave. 5252 E. Second 910 E. Broadway 220 Loma Ave. 2280 E. Seventh 4580 Atlantic Ave. 2500 Santa Fe Ave. 235 W. 4th St. 311 W. Pacific Coast Hwy.
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