Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 14
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SOUTHLAND SCIWK Million Lab Will Simulate Moon Trip 10KUANCE -- A V mil- Jinn MVKC laboratory capable of simulating a trip ti» Ilic ini'on will be built by Carrctt Corporation's AiKe- irarcli Division on a 70- acic Mle litre, the company announced Thursday. 'I ho 87.000-sqtiaic-fixit facility, tthcduli-J (or (urn- jilction early next yc:ir, will l,r. construct^ at 2."i^5 W. IPOth St., where Gnnctt already has a ICC.OOO-squ.irc- foot electronic ar.d tlcttii- ral plant. Tlie r.ov laboratory will ndd more than 100 em- ployes--mostly technicians to the 900 workers nt the r\Lstinc Torrance facility. t!ic Garrctt jpokesmansaid. Garrctt Is under contrail t o s u p p l y environmental control and air conditioning systems (or this country's f-jucc capsules, including Projects Mercury, Gemini, Ajiollo r.nd Dyna-Soar. Kc- K-aich on tlicte systems would bo ilons at the new Torrance laboratory'. The facility will include 17 space chambers, two vibration room 1 ;, two hot and cold chambers, a humidity chamber, a fungus chamber, two "clean" rooms, a data acquisition center and test benches. The space chambers will I'c capable of simulating altitudes ranging from 100.1)00 feet to 2,500.000 feet. Feature of the space laboratory will be a data acquisition center capable nf conditioning and recording l.fiOO channels of information. A i R e s e a r c h Division headquarters are at US51 Scpulveda lllvd.. near l.os Angeles International Airport. l.iilii'iriiinl llcniily LAKbWOOU -- I'amdia l.ustig. a 17-year-old Lakewood High School senior, was chosen from 20 pretty high school and college coeds Thursday night to serve as Miss Tan American hostess for the Annual L a k e w o o d Celebration April 2.1 to 29. She will share honors at the week-long I-atin festival with Queen Nitzia Angui- zola, 1'J, a native of Panama who is attending Los Angeles City College. Kunners-'jp to Miss Lustig were: Carol Maddux, I", Likcwood High School: Diana Mclntosli, 17, Millikan High School, and Kristal Forest, 17, Lakewood High School. Selected as Miss Popularity was Lynda Huddlestun, 17, I-akcwood High School. I'eu SANTA ANA-- A full explanation of why the county wat billed $43 for a six-mile ambulance trip has been demanded by the Orange County IJoarl of Supervisors. The bill was submitted by an ambulance company operating under a contract with the county, accordinj; to William J. Phillips, board chairman. A county hospital patient was transported from the hospital for a distance of six miles. Supervisor Claire Nelson, h o s p i t a l cnmmittecman, asked for the review at the board's April 10 meeting. At that time supervisors w i l l also go over its ambulance service agreements, Nelson said. at l)im-iu'y UOWNCY-- Ballet will be featured at the final youth hour of symphony at 11 a.m. Saturday at Warren High School gymnasium. Five excerpts from 'The M'E'c Toy Shop" will be danced with music by the Downey Symphony Orchestra. Pag* A-14--INDEPENDENT u*f SMdk cut, rr-ir/. ilr. Si Itu HOLY GHOST littractln ti rteihri tin Hotf ttnt ul if uk b to«ntt. In ti ru:!r ,'rm *· ·" "«i. fnm fx heatint alsi a prtjir baa*- kerciltf and a ttf New Testament An trtt. Just send not t address to Rimbtw Church. 93S Si. Vermont los Anteles 6. Cilil. IIU.NTINCiTON BEACH-A 1G year-old high school junior was selected as Misi Huntington Beach Thursday in n contest held in Memoli:il Hall here. Camille Cornaby will represent the city in competition for the Orange County 1'uir Queen title to reign m o r the 10-day fair bej;in- riinj; July 10. The Huntin^ton Ile.irh High School student won over 12 other finalists for the title. WILMINGTON -- A recommendation against re- yoninj; property in the vicinity of llroad Avenue and M Street for multiple residential use has b e e n made to the City Planning Commission. The recommendation was made after a public hearing conducted by City Planner Don A. Wayman, who agreed w i t h nearby residents that other multiple- residential zoning in the area is not being developed. Hancock Banning Jr., owner of the property, contended that the present single-family a n d duplex rnninc did nnt make it economically feasible to develop the property. Now For A Billion In Force ADDING more than $104 million to insurance in force during 1901 was one of many record! set by the ever-expanding Agency Force of Knights Life Insurance Company. Total sales went over $253 million. EXCEEDING $927 million at the close of 1961, the Company'* insurance in force now ncan the billion dollar mark--a status nymbol of rank among the largest companies in the insurance field. Current production indicates that this milestone will be passed in 1%L, thanks to the confidence and trust of our Policyholdera and the personal efforts of our Agency Representatives. ALL LINES insurance i» the next step in modern family protection to be offered by Knights Life Agents. During 1962 many will bo qualified to write property insurance through our fire and casualty affiliate, the American General Insurance Co. This wider coverage will become a itandard service as quickly as possible. FINANCIAL STATEMENT December 31.1001 ASSETS r«.h J 3.0J2.2M.SS llondi-Araortiird V«lu« 90.373.818.42 MortiMW-Fint U«* 66.288.829.48 Policy IXMU and Premium Notrt 8.634,169.58 IlMlUU 885.644.53 I'mniumi la COIUM of Colltclion 3,195.803.99 Accrutd Inltnrt 1,318.373.72 Account* HKfinbh 13.518.75 TOTAL Awrri »163,742,123.6J LIABILITIES Pnlicy KmrvM IUS.860.0M.2S Ilwrv* for Unpaid Low· S07.8.16.55 Ilncrv* for Prrmium T«irt 241.WiC.ei Itrwnt for Incom. T« I'M.VSO.OO Account! J'avil.l 3.VVJ2S.4I Knw-rvcfor Unearned Internt 179.023.09 Other LUbilitic* i81.G99.75 K«WY» for Statutory Security Valuation f-»7.fi.iri.(XI TOTAL LUIIII.ITIU $143.135.822.18 Capital and Surplu. $ 15.606..101.67 TOTAL Luiiunu AND CAPITAL. .1163,742,123.85 INSURANCE .COMPANY LONG BEACH OFFICE 5217'/z Arbor Road WlHion J. O.lkiyl.. Mjr. MEMBER AMERICAN GENERAL CROUP LOMG BEACH OFFICE 1236 Long Beach Blvd. Hfl X. Slofdcl. Mjr. Executive Offices 852 Ridge Avenue Pittsburgh 12, Pa. Western Regional Office 705 Main Street Houston, Tern WILMINGTON OFFICE 1026 No. Avalon Blvd. Joi« F. Ort.i.i. M|r. CENTER OF CIVIC and much social activity is the newly-completed Christmas Valley Lodge. Surrounding it in this artist's conception are the airport (5000* strip now in use) and other facilities (golf course, quarterhorse exhibition course, dude ranch, etc.) in various stages of completion. Lake will be slocked with game fish and will have launching ramp for water ski boats. ADVANCE SALE: Business Frontage, Resort Home Sites, 2Vz Acre Estates. Larges- PcrceBs at Prices Attractive to Investors. EXAMPLE: SKCSQft TCPSi/i S per mo. After Min. Down * The Northwest is booming! New highways, new industries, c\cu the 1962 World's l ; air this Summer arc merely part of what experts recognize as the "most significant population movement of the sixties, forcing Northwest U.S. land values up in the most dramatic growth of our times." * Heart of the Northwest is Oregon: land of big trccvlakcj and waterfalls, green countryside. Yesterday, an untamed wilderness. Today, a land of opportunity. H I n the rich heartland of Oregon is Christmas Valley--72,000 acres of rich, fertile soir on the eastern watershed of the Cascades, Opened for public .sale at Ic^s than SHX) an acre, it \va$ 90% sold out in twelve weeks. B Biggest opportunity in Christmas Valley is in the new town itself. This is the "town that had to be built" to serve as tr.idinj; center for the \igorous new fanning and ranching community just getting started, plus some 200,000 acres of additional back country \\illi no nearby trading center. Right now, buiinm propcrly-in the center of town, already toned (or the jioici tmJ buiineues needed by a r.:w commimity-u for tale dirt cheap, on tcrmi (hit let yon itale a hundrtd-dolltr cliim on Main Street for every ten dolhn you invest. But the amount of businest frontaj* b limited. Today, an opportunity exists for (null investor! to emu the only land zoned for the stores, bank, essential bmincn of Christmas Valley. Tomorrow, once this Un J is sold, the opportunity to it Ac first claim it forever lost. Latecomers who want a business on Main Street will hive to pay the pries or lean terms set by the owners of ihelarJ. At present, many farm and ranch families must travel 65 miles to find a barber shop or beauty parlor, feed and grain store, movie, auto dealer, Central storr, hardware, boat, outboard tales or service, veterinary, radio-TV repair, plumber, laundry, dry cleaner or even a banV! That's why this town is needed. S3990 MODEL RANCH HOUSE OPEN 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.-7 DAYS A WEEK 712 NORTH LOREN, AZUSA, CALIF. FREE! PROPERTY LIST AND PRICE! If you've ever thought about owning propetty for income or investment growth ia a thriving town, tend in the coupon for the picture story of Christ- mis Valltyr "Small Town in Your Future" *nd maps of Christmas Valley and the surrounding countryside. You ca n read c\ er} thing we tend j on in ic js tnin twenty minutes (most of the Christmas Valley story is told in pictures); it .may be a very important twenty minutes in your life. Don't put off sending'in the coupon. The picture storyj "Small Town in Your Future" which outlines opportunities for Americans of all ages in Christinas Valley, the maps and catalo; of property are all free, of courc. Just send jour name and mailing address. M. l'f:XN PHILLIPS CO., DI I'T. LD.-32 742 North Loren Avenue, AZUSJ, Calif. I w r u U IHc In rcccnc, without lost nr (Million, iJJitionil inl'onrulion on Climtnut Valley, inclu!in£ the fre: nup, all- I.M; of property in.I picture ~'nry r.f Omtfmat Villey, "Snull T.iun in Your I'liturc" plm jubjiv::TM rtpvrt «i rtimtmtt Valley prcpirrd by the Rril tstite Dnision of the Stite of NAMt ADDRtSS c nv PHONE /ONE STATE .

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