Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 78
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'P.'IO'ZS. MDIMmiNT-Mm.TII.IMUM LMif Moth, Colll., Thuri., f«b. U. 1"» Oil Refineries Holding ''Hearth and Horizon Group Near Record inventories l/ses Spanish Tea Theme invitations have been mailed rate the Brock patio and musie to members and friends of. the Hearth and Horizon study .club of the Lakewood Women's Club to attend 'the group's annual from south.of, the -border' will provide a background-, accompaniment. 'Two Spanish 1 dolls, surrounded b'y cacti, gourds,and a" pinata- will form'the serving La 'Merien tea from 1 to 4 p. ~%^%££% 1 ££*£ ·»ir_J-^,^«,» ;·» 4-tm Vinrvin /"if IV1T*S. M ' r _ ' Wednesday in the home of Mrs; Eugene Brock, 4717' Sunfield ,Ave. : Members of the group are, making authentic c o s t u m e s reminiscent of the era when lace "mantillas were the current fashion, in keeping with .the tea's theme title, "La Merien- da." Spanish cakes and cookies from original early California recipes will, be served by the costumed hostesses. Large sombreros and multicolored crepe.paper will deco- will- be served. Mrs. Chester · M i 11 h.o u b e chairman of the g r o u p , , will greet guests. Chairman 1 of the affair Mrs. Murl McMahan. is being assisted, b'y Mmes. George Bowers, Fred Faff, Ted Woodward, Eugene Hamilton, 'Dorr in S Chapman, Brock and J o s e p h Wheeler. RENT IT FAST through Rent Ads! House, 'room, apartment anything. Call HE 2 : 5959. DAILY! Bellflower Fish Market Tf jTSlk. S. ot Artesln) TOrrey T-2BO7 By MAX B. SKELTON -'HOUSTON tfl?)--Gasoline inventories .across the nation are near an all-time high even though the start of the spring summer heavy consumption season is seven weeks away. - - : Inventories''last'.week exceeded 204 million barrels; 1 some 8 million above 'year''earlier levels and only 1,223,000 below the all-time high.. Large inventories of the four principal petroleum products have .aggravated concern with in the/industry .over depressed market conditions and weaken crude oil prices. Crude price adjustments con tinue on a localized basis but in dustry speculation .on ;a .genera cutback, is increasing..;.. · INVENTORIES of -gasoline kerosene, distillate fuel oil, am residual fuel oil- last week to taled" 408i million b'arrels, com pared to, 359 million a 'year ago. Light heating fuel stock were 23 million higher. Heavy fuel oil was 19 million 'barrel higher. Kerosene stocks showed a small decline. ^ ··. · ; Inventory '.levels figure! ·^^^^^^p^- A ^Vfi^^^Hf i * extra soft., extra cushiony Long Wearing TWEED VISCOSE Broadloom Reg. 6.95 Value HI-LO ALL-WOOL BROADLOOM FABULOUS 100% DUPONT NYLON 49 NOW LOW BANK TERMS Contemporary O " ^ ' Whor. Btllfloww Hvd. inUrtwcti Lokvwoori Op*n v«nlnfli Till 9 Sunday 111** rominently in the. annual Pub- isher's Outlook letter · just dis- ributed'''to"oil operators by World oil Magazine: "It is highly desirable' that urrent .'excessive · inyehtoriesVof efined .products' be' reduced;" he copyright letter said. after predicting that the sharp 1957 lecline ' in- -drilling 1 'operations vill continue through 1958. The · letter predicts t h a i United '· States operators will drill only'50,137 wells .this year compared to' 53,350 last year harp declines also were .forecast for Canada and Venezuela, Publishers - of' 'the magazine ;aid many factors are responsible.- . , - · , , - » l « : · » . _ * · · · / - · · ; 'CHIEF AMONG THESE is the 'ability' to' produce far more oil than current needs," the let-' :er said. ".This-condition ;'has ·esulted. ini drastic..'production restrictions, such .as prorated wells in Texas being permitted ;o produce only 12 days month- y." · '· · · / ; · ' ' ' - · The letter, said ,a' return..to normally cold winter .'weather would boost domestic corisump- ;ion but warned that industry activity has declined and that new home, building' has slowed down from previous, high'levels. "Gas and-electricity are more aggressive home-heating- competitors," the publishers'said.-.-. The steady climb "in inye'n- tories has resulted despite .^a gradual cutback in refinery operations. · ' · · ' ' Domestic refineries were operating at only 83 per cent of capacity last week,, compared to 92 per cent a'year ago. Mort Chtitsr COLUMBIA.,·; Mo., tti»--Mis- souri ranks second in the. nation in the production of American (t±eddar): chMse,.,according;tb person: consumes' more O. E. Allen-'^niversity- of Mis- pounds--of- cheese.-;each";year,. or;' souri extensjbn-.dairy: marketing about.-twicef.as' rnuch.' : as' a gen-;: specialist .He^says'-theiaveragc er^on.; : 'agb.. v ,'./;;... V ^ . : :;C PORTERHOUSE. .79i TOP SIRLOIN . r : .7* I Boneless ROLLED ROAST 69 i LEGO'LAMB = 59'. .10 -$4.90 ·..$*].. ""spiHciiiRr 1 10 LBS, $7.90 GET G O O D APPLICANTS through Classified ads. Call HE 5959-for an.ad-writer. .· . ' ' Lakewood Proclaims 'Electrical Week' A'proclamation .hailing "the importance of electricity am the electrical industry to- the social and economic strength o: our community" and designating this week as Electrica Week" has been issued by Lake wood Mayor Angelo T- laco boni. · · - ' · '. " · ' The week-long observance calls attention to the illth an niversary of · the · birth ...o Thomas X Edison.and the 7Sth year since. he launched 'a new era by inventing the. first prac tical incandescent lamp. Maya lacoboni presented the prbc lamation to A. L.. Cole,.-distric manager for Southern Calif or nia Edison Company. *^, AT S DEPARTMENT STORE £% Miss Helen Schaafsma Helen Schaafsma Engaged to Wed Mrs.. -Gladys ; Schaafsma. of 'araraount 'announces 'the en- ^ageinent^ of '. 'her- daughter, Helen;..to-.Merie LucWnbill,.son f Mr.-.and.Mrs. Harold Luck- nbill-of Guthrie Center, Io\ya'. Miss Schaafsma; a.graduate, f Central College,.Pella, Iowa, eaches nius'ic.in. the Gladbrook; owa', schools. ; Her' fiance- 'at- ended Denver..-University, and s now employed-in. California, 'lans- are -'being, made' ,for 'an tugust'wedding.. ".- · · . FAMILY PACK S IK. T-IONI S US. ROAST · -" " S LIS. TOP SIRLOIN .5 LIS. PORK CHOPS S LIS. (HOUND ROUND '95 KIR YOU* FRIIXIR JOc IXTRA. BAR-B-Q SPECIAL 5 IK. Kll SlflAK . 5 tl$. Port«tioM»«i STIAKS 5 IBS. TOP SIRLOIN 5 IBS. ROAST 5 LIS. GROUND SIRLOIN 25 17 9B .WRAPPID tOt YOUK SOc fXTRA HINDQUARTERS NO MONET DOWN ·; 6 MO. TO .fAT 100V «UAR. Ground EC* ROUND COUNTY FAIR MEATS 6178 LONG BEACH BLVD. 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