Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 58
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M-INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELEGRAM J0*t0 iiMH Hi, t*UI.. iUHBAT. JANUAIT 11, vtrs NKD Larwin Co., Bentwood Park Homes in Buena Park offer models such as this to veterans for only $95 cash needed to move-in. They are priced from $14,700. Brentwood Park's Sales Are Soaring Introduction of "Inspiration Series" the riewiacoustic plaster c e i l i n g s , at Brent- forced-air heating systems by Holly, termite proof founda- Wood Park has resulted in the, highest sales recorded the dc-!' io . ns ' f n d kitcnen . s st ,X led for velopment has received, according to Larry Weinberg, president of Larwin Co.. velopi master planned including ceramic tile drain- boards. Visit Brentwood Park via community.],. Featuring a $95 total move-in 1 the Santa Ana Freeway to Builders to Hear Freeway Plans The Home Builders Assn. of Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura Counties, at their regular monthly meeting Feb. 1, at Rodger Young Auditorium will hear Robert W. Anderson, associate highway en- ease, beauty, and efficiency gjneer, California Division of Highways. The 7:00 p.m. dinner meeting, which will follow a social hour at 6 p.m. feature to veterans,- these 3 and 4- Go Artesia Avenue turnoff. Anderson speaking on the straight south on Knot! subject, "Activities of the Dito Lincoln Ave. and the fur- mo ' lel llumcs vision of Highways in Los An- bedroom, 2-bath homes priced from $14,700, with' monthly payments as low as' $82, including principal and Mp'll interest. Weinbcrg stated _ that there are no additions. LOW6T TcirlffS extras, or hidden charges to the $95 total move-in cost and' WASHINGTON . that any veteran who can wint Smith (R-Kan) wants no lne Division of Highways for| qualify need only $95. lowering of tariffs. I 24 years, will tell HBA mem- "The American farmer is'bers and their guests no matter where in the three coun- a geles, Orange a n d Ventura Counties." He will teli where and when fi'eeways will be constructed and their effect on property values. Anderson, who is a native Rep. Californian and has been with Huntington Village Developers Honored for Big Home Program Honored at the annual membership banquet of the Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce at the Huntington Beach Country Club were Frank Boyle and L a r r y Shields, developers of multi-million dollar Hunting- ter of ceremonies at the ban- ton Village residential com- quet, in recognition of their munity now under construe- contribution to the growth tion in the resort city. Gold golf balls were presented to Doyle and Shields city. and improvement of recreational living facilities in the by Dr. David H. Payne, mas- BUILDERS HONORED Dr. David Payne, president of the Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce, presents awards to Larry Shields and Frank Doyle for their building program which is boosting the Huntington Beach area. THE HUNTINGTON Village development is one of the largest ever built in the area and when completed will include several thousand new homes as well as shopping centers, schools and complete community facilities for the residents there. The initial groups of homes now being built are in the moderate price range and feature quality construction with every modern built-in convenience for comfortable family living. They include a variety of 13 different attractively styled exterior designs and 6 floor plans with 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and generous size living areas The homes have a spacious living room with wall-to-wall New Prudential Co. Office Is Opened , ,, ' already beset with so many! LAKWIN CO. S Brentwood p ro bi ems tnal f u r t r i e r expos .ity areas a freeway is con- f 3TK Wnc rnr-anf ]\r rnn n ro f 1 1 _ · . . . . . . . . . ! ..i _____ i _ _ i · was recenlly congratulated by Look its Magazine for ing him to the cutthroat com-|- stmc ted it will benefit pcoplej ' petition of foreign product imaginative and creativeVouTd be Unc0 nscio.,able,' use of nationally k n o w n Smith said in a state mont. products. T h e homes are . beautifuly styled, lie contin- · . , - c . _ lied, with . hidden values of " W V S t ~ ITm highest where. construction every- The homes feature genuine lath and plaster construction, DOWAGIAC, Mich. Cupples Door and Frame Corp. has been acquired by Aluminum Co. of America. and values in other counties. He will also discuss, "How to Use (he Freeways Safely." Using color slides to illustrate his presentation, Anderson will point out how freeways increase the value of adjacent properties, rather than causing them to decrease in value. Jusf Completed -- 4-Unlt-- 1 and 2-Bedroom Apartments Rear of: 1421 E. 7th St.,--LONG BEACH See Our Custom Work in This Beautiful 4-Unit Apartment Building WE ALSO BUILD Room additions -- (Bedrooms, Family rooms, Balhs, Kitchens, Garages, etc.) and remodeling. All our construction is -fully guaranteed. "Don't Build or Remodel Until You Set Our Price." One Unit Still Available for Rent O/ /O FCR BUILDING ON YOUR LOT FREE SERVICE Let our building consultants help you plan your proposed building for maximum income from your particular property. No cost or obligation for this service. We build from your plans or ours. GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR 9464 EAST ARTESIA BLVD., Bellflower JOB COMPLETE INFORMATION Phone TO 7-2272 Days, GA 7-0792 Eves. Builders Pay Honor to Wesley Badger Wesley Badger, general con tractor and member of the Harbor Area Chapter of the Building Contractors Assn. oi California, was honored last night with the special title of "Mr. B.C.A." for his work on behalf of the construction industry, the community and his work in the local building group. Gerald Adler made the presentation. The occasion of the award was the annual installation of officers and ladies night dinner dance at Ricart's Restaurant attended by over 200 contractors, sub - contractors and guests. Officer;; installed by Don N. Schneider of Fullerton, presi- dent of the State-wide Build ing Contractors Assn. wer Robert W. Dunne of Wilming ton, president; Bernard F Marron, Long Beach, vie president; and C. Robert Lang slet, Long Beach, secretary treasurer. Another feature of the eve ning was the preview show ing of the Harbor Area Chap ters building news monthly magazine "Harbor Area High lights." Among guests of th evening were 48 members o the Long Beach Departmen of Building and Safety headec jy Edward M. O'Connor. A. E Hewitt headed a large dele ;ation from the San Pedro Building Dept. patio area. All plans incluc a separate family room dining area and a we planned kitchen with room breakfast nook, deluxe bull in RCA Whirlpool gas rang and oven, Whirl-A-Way dis posal unit, formed Formic counters, natural ash cabinets and custom wallpaper. THE FIRST group of Hun ingtnn Village homes ar priced at $13,350 to $13,850 according to McFariand Mattocks, sales agents. Lib era! financing terms are bcin made available to purchasers they said, with down pay ments as low as $195 plu $90 costs and budgetei monthly payments with n due dates or balloon pay ments. A group of model home are open to the public daily on Westminster Ave., nea Edwards St. To visit them rom the Long Beach area drive east on .7th St. (Garden Grove Blvd.) to Golden Wes St., then right to Westminstei Ave., and right on Westmins er to nodels. Edwards and the rophies Awarded by Dance Studio Starlite D a n c e S t u d i o warded four bronze trophies for d a n c i n g excellence a their annual Bronze Trophy Dinner Dance held Thursday night at a local restaurant Ninety-Five students and teachers were in attendance as Tom Robertson, Beatrice Seago, Frank Maple, and George Brown accepted their trophies. Making the presentations were studio owners Nick and Beverly Nash. BUILDER HONORED Wesley Badger, Long Beach building contractor, was honored last night at the Installation Banquet of the Building Contractors Assn. of Calif., Harbor Area Chapter, with the special title of "Mr. B.C.A." in recognition of his leadership in civic, fraternal and construction affairs. Gerald Acller, Bellflower general contractor, made the presentation award on behalf of B.C.A., in which he is director-at- large for the state. Gas Sales Up NEW YORK M) -- Colder weather and 876,000 new customers helped push No vember gas sales 13.5 per cent above 1958, the American Gas Assn. reported. Sales for the month totaled 7,436 million therms, up from 6,551 million therms in November 1958. KEY MAN Bill Hanger, manager of the harbor district agency of Prudential Insurance Co., officially opens the agency, located at .1610 N. Avalon Blvd., in Wilmington. Official opening ceremonies were held at the agency's new.office building drew over 100 business and civic leaders. · · ' A number of Long Beach civic and business leaders attended a reception at the Harbor district agency of Prudential Insurance Co. celebrating the official opening of at 1610 N. Alavon Blvd., Wilmington. Prudential executives at:ending from the western lome office in Los Angeles were' Ed Day, vice presidentl area of Westminster. now resides Jwith his wife and two children. * * # * Ground'has been broken today for .Western Backing Corp's new home office and processing.plant on a 13-acre the agency in new quarters si' 6 located on Hazard St. across from the City Hall in Westminster. This is the first of several plants to be erected in the new industrial development n charge of western opera- .ions; Fred Schneli, second rice president in charge ol western sales, and Ray Schae- er, director of agencies. The completely m o d e r n 5100,000 office building will louse Manager William D. Hanger and his staff of 40 rudential representa t i v e s. 'he office will be headquar- ers for agency activities in South Torrance, Wilmington, an Pedro, Palos Verdes [states, Lomita, Harbor City nd West Long Beach. * * * # THE NEW office building constructed of frame and tucco and has-a facade of olorful n a r r o w concrete ilocks with an intricately dei g n e d pre-cast concrete creen. Interior features in- lude 3,45-1 sq. ft. of office pace, refrigerated air condi oning, and extensive walnut urnishings. Other features in- lude spacious glass windows, coustic ceilings, asphalt tile oors and fluorescent light- ng. On-premise parking for 3 cars is provided. Hanger, who has been man ger of the Harbor district ;ency since Febrary, 1959, is This 42,000 sq. ft. plant will have access to major railroad lines and the new San Diego Fwy. Four, '^thousand additional sq. ft. will be used for research, development and executive offices. Chemical mixing and blending will take place in a separate building approximately 2,000 sq. ft. native of West Liberty, hio. He attended school in edondo Beach, where he 7 PLUS these luxurious optional features which may be partially included in your loan at builders cost! Built-in Hinge I Oven · Hirdwotd Parquet Floors · Automatic Dlihwisher THE GREATEST HOME VALUE IN ORANGE COUNTY! See Pageant Plaza's excitingly new four bedroom or three bedroom and'family room, two bath homes of custom-quality design. Enjoy the wonderful selection of suck fine features as: Custom Wood-Burning Fireplace (Plan E) Street Lights, Sewers t Utilities In ( Paid For Forced Air Heating (thermostatic control) Natural Ash Kitchen Cabinets Room length Walk-ln Closets American Standard Colored Plumbing Futures FHA ONLY $570 DOWN __UHCOiH__ ?anl Plaza I OA1VINQ INSTRUCTIONS! Fram Us Aniilis tike Santa Ant Freeway to Grand Aye. turnoff. Follow Highway 39 markers south to Westminster Blvd. left (east) on Westminster Slvi. '.i mile, to model homes. From Urtf Bech,.hke 7lh Si. (Garden Grove Blvd.) foHi(|hway39. Rif-M on 35 to Westminster Blvd. left ("si! on Westminster to funished models. / from $ 14.600 full price We'll Trade ! PAGEANT REALTY COMPANY Realtors to Attend Seminar Many -Realtors from the Long Beach area will attend a t w o - d a y seminar on real estate administration, sponsored by the'California Real Estate Assn. at UCLA, on Feh 5-6, it was announced by Harvey E. Miller, president of the Long Beach Board of Realtors. The Realtors will study management of the real estate office, training and supervision of salesmen, and advance planning for expansion of business. "Up-to-date information on practical, everyday real estate business policies and procedures will be presented at the seminar by many of the nations top authorities on real estate administration," said Miller. Robert P. Gerholz of Flint, Mich, past president of both the National Assn. of Real Estate Boards and the National Assn. of H o m e Builders, and Jack H. McQuaig Institute of Executive Training in Buffalo will be featured. MATERIAL .PRESENTED at the seminar has been prepared by universities after many years of study and research. Both businessmen and university instructors w i l l participate in the seminar. Some of the-subjects will be: management structure, personnel evaluation and hiring, developing a sales training rogram, delegating authority, ersonnel r e l a t i o n s , communication in management, and advance planning in real estate. "A direct result of these educational seminars attended by members of prominent Realtor firms throughout the state is improved service to the public in the purchase and sale of real estate, said Miller. " The California Real Estate Assn. is conducting education programs similar to this throughout the year, with the cooperation of educational institutions of higher learning, in order that the public may he better informed and served in their real cstaie transactions."

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