Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 56
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BEDROOMS 1 2-CAR GARAGE R-2--INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELESRAM ION* HACH II, CALIP., (UNDAT, JANUARY II, l»lt FURNISHED IF WANTED Pageant Plaza is selling the model homes with complete landscaping offered and in some the furniture can be included. This is one model. Offer Model Homes in Pageant Plaza their announcemen of the grand opening of the fourth and final unit of homes at Pageant Plaza, officials 01 development stated the landscaped, carpeted draped m o d e l s were available at extremely modesl and terms. M o d e'. furniture is also for from $14,600 with easy-to-handle FHA t e r m s Pageant Plaza homes offer 2 aedrooms and family room bedroom plans. Each lome offers 2 complete bath- featuring colored custom fixtures, and truly oversize 2-car garages for storage, work shop space, or genera] utility service. * * * * A M O N G P A G E A N T PLAZA'S long list of" features are forced air heating with hermostatic control, r o o m ength walk-in closets, group- ng of rooms into living, serv- ce, and quiet areas, and basic plans for privacy plus convenience. Westminster, m o m e n t s Long Beach, is year- round bea'utiful, and noted for ts moderate climate, cooling summer breezes directly off he ocean, and its ready access to countless beaches and xwting facilities. * * * * SHOPPING FACILITIES, medical and service installa- tions, and churches abound i the area, and Pageant Plaz provides streetlights, sewer and utilities installed an paid for. From Long Beach v i s i Pageant Plaza by driving eas on 7th St. (which become Garden Grove Blvd.) to Hw 39. Go right to Westminste Blvd., turn left (east) to th furnished models. From Los Angeles take th Santa An'a Freeway to th Grand Ave. turnoff, and fo low Hwy. 39 markers sout to Westminster Blvd. Tur l e f t (east) on Westminste Blvd. % mile to the develop ment. New War on River Pirates SINGAPORE (UPI) -- Ma rine customs police launche able to travel, at high spee have entered' the campaign against pirates off Singapore Regular police patrol craf lave been no match for som pirate craft, which bristl with outboard motors. Bu jolice said they believed th l i g h - p o w e r e d custom aunches would help break u he two separate pirate gang believed to be operating ou of Singapore. T h e pirate lave been preying on lighter )ound for Singapore from In donesian ports. -- / CLOSE-IN LOCATION 12 MILES TO DOWNTOWN L A. · 12 MILES TO LONG BEACH Custom homes featuring all electric kitchens · S and 4 bedrooms, family room, 2 baths Built-in Automatic Dishwasher 'Waste King Custom Model--Super." Built-in ultra deluxe Tappan "400"- all electric rings t and oven with built-in twin exhaust fan, new ' automatic clock controls, double ovens, hideaway top, handy cutting board and four-in-line units. Fully cored "Crown" Sandran Vinyl (looting with 12 year written warranty. Expensive "Mosaic" Brand Ceramic Tile countertops and decorative back splash to cabinet Pullnun cabinet with "imported" M?rbla top and splash in both baths. ,i Priced from' Beautiful all-aluminum sliding glass patio doort (2 in some elevations). Architecturally designed over-sized patios; installed with built-in brick out-door Barbecues complete with grates and charcoal lighters(some plans). Oak Hardwood Floors "Select Grade" on conventional raised foundations. 15,000/80,000 B.T.U. thermostat controlled, Forced Air Healing for year round comfort with summer cooling fan. Fills 57 other luxurious features.,. *22,700 to $24,000 Veterans No Down ·xctpt cost ind Impound!. NON-VETS EXCELLENT 25 YEAR CONVENTIONAL TERMS. SALES AGENTS · ! Driving dinctisns: Tstte long Beach Freeway to Firestone Blvd. turnoff. East to Old River School Road. South to Stewart Grey thin (leftist to models. Briarvale Luxury Homes Appeal to Homeseekers SPACIOUS LUXURY 'Shown is living room of the Galleria, one of models at Briarvale, new group of individualized homes which drew 5,000 people to the grand opening in East Anaheim last week. All-electric Medallion homes contain up to 2,350 sq. ft. of interior living space. the Grand Briarvale, a ne Opening v group uxury homes in East Ana- An unprecedented S . O O O t i f u l l y furnished m o d e l s , jeople turned out last week From Long Beach, drive east on Lincoln Ave. to Placentia, then right. Twelve exterior stylings include contemporary, rustic, heim. Interest was high in the r a n c h , modern, Hawaiian, Cape Cod and Mediterranean designs, each with its own appointments setting it apart as a custom-designed home. Other Briarvale features in: e l u d e completely installed six-foot concrete block deco- I, 4 and 5-bedroom, 2 and 3) a t h all-electric Medallion lomes, reports sales representative C. H. Dunlap. Some sales were consummated on :he spot. "The spaciousness eauty bowled people over," )unlap said. "Women seemed ascinating by the kitchens." Briarvale homes, which are iriced from $24,950, contain up to 2,350 sq. ft. of interior iving space in four highly iriginal floor plans. * ·* * KITCHENS FEATURE built- n Tappan "Fabulous 400" electric ranges and ovens and ieluxe automatic dishwash- rs, breakfast areas, decora- ive bronze hardware and flved and scribed Formica Irainboards in roomy, color oordinated style. Among the varying fea- ures in Briarvale homes is 3-level plan with bedrooms n the top level and a 529 q. ft. rumpus room in the asement. Some plans offer enter island stone fireplaces, n d o o r planters, cathedral pen beam ceilings, built-in arbecues, s u n k e n living ooms and wet bars. * * * # .THE HOMES MAY BE eached via Santa Ana Free- vay to Riverside Freeway, ight on Placentia Ave., left m La Palma Ave. and left m Whittier St. to the beau- control, and two way intercom systems ^with radio. HC'^lr** 4 * OVERSIZED, DOUBLE garages are equipped with work benches. The^homes have 90,000 BTU forced air heating systems, SO.^aUon water heaters and full ';b.tmnd aluminum screens. ;;;; The luxurious baths' highlight color' coordinated fixtures, ceramic, tile floors and wainscot, marble-topped twin rative rear walls and concrete pullman and :i inedicine chests service walks, sliding glass and fully-tiled glass-enclosed walls l e a d i n g to random-stall s -------' --·-··'- ·- shaped patios equipped with shower floodlight and outlet, touch FHA and ."Jong term con- plate lighting with- master ventional loans are available. stall showers with marble New Westminster Homes Announced BUILT BY GRANT Builder Robert H. Grant announced start of construction on 150 Stardust Homes in Westminster. This is one of the models. Gal-Vets Interest Rate Up Sacramento W) -- Cali ornia veterans start paying igher interest tomorrow for he home and.farm loans bor- owed from the state. And hey may get still another nterest boost later in the 'ear. The interest rate goes from l /2 to 4 per cent on Feb. 1. 'his was forced because the tate has had to pay more or the money it borrows to end veterans under the Cal- fet farm and home loan pro- ·am. * * * * THE ADDITIONAL BOOST ater in the year may develop " a plan advocated by State 'reasurer Bert Betts is ap- roved by the Legislature. Betts wants the state to orrow veterans' loan money hrough issuance of revenue nstead of general obligation onds. Revenue bonds get a igher interest rate because C icy would be backed by the eteran's home program it- :!f, rather than by the full esources of the state. Betts says the state would nd it easier to sell its pro- osed 1% billion dollar water ond issue if it removed ome 200 million dollars a ear in veterans bonds from general obligation class. Construction of 150 new homes in Westminster was started last week by well- known Orange County builder, Robert H. Grant. The development will be known as Stardust Homes "1960 Series" and will be located on Westminster Blvd. in Westminster. Featuring six distinctive stylings, ranging^ from Provincial to Hawaifan Modern, the 3-bedroom, 2-bath family homes are conveniently situated minutes f r o m the and churches, are situated close at Hand. * '.;.*. * * VETERANS MAY "move in" for only$295 while FHA terms are available for non- vets. Priced'from $15,950, the new "1960 Series" incorporate a full line of highly respected Johns-Mansville products, including rockwool insulation for year-round comfort. To reach Stardust homes from Long Beach, drive out tfore Heaters NEW.YORK «P -- Mahu- cturers of gas-fired -auto- atic water heaters shipped 1.6 per cent more units in 959 than in 1958 and 195,30 more than the all-time gh in 1956, the Gas Appli- nce Manufacturer* A s s n . id. beaches assuring an even year-round temperature with all types of recreational facilities nearby. Schools, shops 7th St. (Garden Grove Blvd.) to Hwy. 39-(Huntington Blvd.) right on 39 to Westminster, then left to furnished models. Insurance Sales Forum Speakers Announced Attorney Don Caffray of Ball, Hunt and Hart is first of an impressive lineup ol speakers for a new life insurance sales forum that starts Feb. 3 at the Business Technology Division of Long Beach City College, announced Wayne Fitzgerald, chairman of the division's life insurance education advisory committee. Forum sessions, continuing throughout the spring semester, will meet from 8 until 10 a.m. each Wednesday in the campus Little Theatre and are sponsored by the Long Beach Life Underwriters Assn., Long Beach Life Insurance Agency Managers Assn. and City College. Because Caffray had sales experience before entering :he legal profesion, sponsor- ng insurance groups believe lis contribution to be valuable. His subject is "Believe n Ynnrcplf " Ii J L U U I O C l l . - f 4 · t OTHER SPEAKERS this month will be: Dick Summer- lays of Pasadena, New York Jfe agent, Feb. 10; Carl Rogers, Long Beach manager s p e c i a l Prudential agent, March 9; Bob Longacre, oral communications specialist, C. C. Mullins Associates of Los Angeles, .March 16; Vincent Rodini, director of Equitable Life Assurance Society's special services division in Los Angeles, March 23; Hal Van Cleve .of Los Angeles, special agent, of Massachusetts Mutual, March 30. In April James Scott, assistant manager of Equitable L i f e Assurance Society's group department in Los Angeles, April 6; Andy Cortwright, Long -Beach agent for Traveller, April 20, and William Harris of Long Beach, CLU, New York Life agent. Roger Hart, attorney associated with "the law firm, Denio, Hart, Taubman and Simpson, speaks May 4; Paul Soodman of" Los Angeles, New York Life agent, May 1 1; Al Goldwyn " of Fullerton, New York Life agent, May 18; Dale Harding, CLU of Long Beach, Connecticut General manager, and Ralph Tipping, CLU, Provident M u t u a l manager. BTD instructor Richnrd 17; Art Coty of Los Angeles, dina j or ; Pacific Mutual agent, Feb. 24. Herman Wulfsberg, L o n g B6ach manager of Northwest- Jones is class instructor-coor- To TWA crn National, will lead off the NEW YORK (m -- David following month March 2 and J. Crombi* has been elected will be followed by: Wes vice president-industrial rela« Lucas, CLU of Long Beach, tions of Iran* World Airline*

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