Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 60
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 60

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, January 31, 1960
Page 60
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K-fr-.-INUtrtlNUtNl-rKbii-ltLttoKAM IONO IIACH 11, C«ll., UHO*r, JANUARY 31, If)* IN BUSINESS CIRCLES Van de Kamp to Open 45 New Store Units The opening of 45 new stores during 1960 scheduled by Van de Kamp's Holland Dutch Bakers is just one big candle in the 45th anniversary birthday cake -- symbol ctf their year-long celebration. In a personal letter sent to 2,700 co-workers, L. H. Fortin, president of this Southern California bakery, outlined some of the events planned for all divisions during the coming year. WALT EHLERS, for the past eight years, associated with one of the leading men's stores in Long Beach has joined Meads as buyer o! men's furnishings and hats. Ehlers has had many years of experience in the men's wear field, having been in business for himself in Pomona prior to coming to Long 3each. Will Stress Youth Good The voice heard round the world in such productions as Walt Disney's "Lady and the Tramp" and "Sleeping Beau- will be heard at the Chamber of Commerce Break- Forum, when William H. (Bill) Thompson appears Wednesday. Thompson, manager of nub lie service for Union Oil Co., was the creator of the "Mr. Wimple" and "Old Timer" characters on the Fibber McGee and Molly radio show. Thompson spent 10 years with Walt Disney as a writer- actor on cartoon productions covering safety, fire prevention and traffic safety. Unique, Restaurant for Newport Beach on the Stuft 'Shirt Restaurant cent view of the fascinating Construction- Is under way afford the patron a magnifj- n Newport Beach, ,a unique harbor. This also provides ploys reinforced concrete pil facilities. The structural system em- tructure that will rest partly space beneath 'for marina over the water. Designed by Ladd Kel- · sey, architects of Pasadena, , the 300-person capacity restaurant will be located at Port Orange on the Pacific : Coast Hwy. side of the bay. By straddling the existing oulkhead and extending partly over the water the design provides additional land for off-street parking. Over 3500 srufT SH/Rf RESTAURANT sparkling 7-foot d i a m e t e r chandelier will hang. The interior decor will follow « and stretching gracefully into Venetian theme. quatrefoii arches capped; with thin, shell concrete domes. In ings rising 1 , out of the water the center of each .dome a The large yachts now moored at the site will remain, according to Arnold Haskell, owner and developet. yards o( fill is being Imported . Conslril( ; f ion is : un a e r way on this unique structure, at -Port Orange, Newport to raise the site so that the resuurant flopr level will be Beach, which will be known as the Stuft Shirt Restaurant. It will be built par- 16 iciuieuiLiivyi. * * · » * * * " · * · » · ' * * · t i · i" t il. feet above the water to tially over the water with boat slips beneath. To Week on Reactor, for Am«s, Iowa · NEW YORK UB--Ameri- can Machine Foundry Co. said it had been awarded a contract by the United States Atomic Energy Commission to design and supply technical supervision of the construction of a new heavy- water type nuclear research reactor at the AEG Ames, Iowa laboratory. "The experiences gained in the past constitute a launch- Ing pad for the future as Van dr Kamp's keeps pace with the rapidly expanding supermarket industry," Fortin said. Including the Los Angeles bakery which supplies 386 stores in eight Southland counties, Van de Kamp's has baking kitchens in Seattle, Kansas City, and the Vernell- Thompson Candy Co. in Seattle. Major improvements and additions to facilities are pro- giammed for the Los Angeles bakery; and plans for the restaurant, division include expansion, and food packaging innovations. * * * * STEVE SPINDELL, 726 E. 1st St., reports really sales for the year nf 1959 in excess of $1,000.000. Included was the sale of a large manufacturing site for the PlaX Corp., largest manufacturers in the world of plastic "squeeze" bottles. Assisting Spindell are Jessie Dubey, Pauline Fox, Violet .Tones, Ruby Widmaicr, William Woodman and Nelia Dosser. Steve states that the year I960 is expected to be the best year in the history of real estate. A statement published by Spindell in 195G pointed to the fact that the advent of skyscraper const ruction was about to repeat itself here. Since then the city looks up at the Royal Palms Apartments, a new City Safely building and (he County Court House, nnd the Soulh- rrn California Edison Co. building will be breaking ground in about 60 days. * * + * PHILIP H. LAWRENCE has been named plant manager of the new B. F. Goodrich Chemical Co. vinyl resin and compound plant now under const rucl inn in the Watson area noar Long Beach. Lawrence, now manager of t h e BFG Chemical plant, at Niagara Falls will assume his new duties soon. Other key personnel appointed to management positions at the new plant in- dudn A. R. Webber and W. H. Holslpin. Webber will be responsible for production and technical operations; Holstein will be responsible for accounting, purchasing, and personnel. Both are from company offices at Cleveland. Eoycsr Gets Appointment by Governor G o v. Edmund G. Brown announced a p p o i n t m e n t of Mark Boyar, builder of Lakewood, to the board of directors of - t h e Sixth District Agricultural Assn. He succeeds Norman M. Lyon of Pasadena,!; whose term expired Jan. 15. Also announced was the reappointment of G e o r g e E. Kinscy, vice-president of the Los Angeles Coliseum Commission and a prime mover in erection of the new 6 million dollar Sports Arena in Los Angeles. THE SIXTH D I S T R I C T AGRICULTURAL ASSN. controls and operates both (ho Arena and the Coliseum. Thr now terms of both men are for four years.' Boyar, 58. a native of Superior, Wis., came to'Los An-, geles in 1935, and has been in the construction business since 1939. He lives in Beverly Hills.. A Democrat, he is a member of the Governor's Busi. ness Advisory B o a r d and f i n a n c e chairman for the Democratic National Conven (ion, which will be held in the Sports Arena in July. HAVE IDLE TOYS? Gft I rpot cash for 'em through! Classified ads! HE 2-5959 getsj you an ad-writer. THE T E A M THAT HAS BEEN BY PERFORMANCE! ' ERE'S the famous team that leads the league! Yes, Fox Markets have given their customers double-savings for years! Star of the team has been that all-time g r e a t . . . S H Green S t a m p s . . . the All-American favorite. Customers have come to look upon 1 ; OX as their double-saving head- quarters. They have never, and will never be let clown. Together with the finest values . .. the finest service and the finest selection in town ... Fox continues to offer the fines! stamps, anywhere . , . S H. Save them and be mre! LIFE BEGINS AT 40 ! (40 STORES THAT IS) Our 40th market opens this Thursday, Feb. 4, in Torrance The unparalleled growth of Fox continues with another great Fox Market opening Thursday to serve folks in the South Bay region. Don't miss the gala, star-studded celebration. Fox or Iowa Pork Shops, popular all-purpose D E T E R G E N T Extra Fancy, red A ·%·*· EC WASHINGTON APPLES DELICIOUS GIANT SIZE IBS. Bettermade, assorted gelatin desserts or IN A14-OZ. PLASTIC CUP FRESH SALADS Advertised prices effective Monday thru Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2 3 39 25 29 I/mil rig/ill reserved. c SS .-c;cv;:0".:;sfe?Sr ^^msmm^ markets LOS ANOflES 6121 W. Pico Blvd. 3024 S. Sepulveda Blvd. 4411 W. Slausan Ave. 57th mi Crsnshaw GARDENA Van Nest at Rosecrini JAN GABRIEl IU War's) 706 W. las Tunai CUIVER CITY 12021 W. Washington Bl. SANTA MONICA 2412 Pico Blvd. TORRANCE 1321 Past Avt. 1B2nd at Arlington RESEDA 18345 Vanowan St. MISSION H/US 10919 Sepulveda Blvd. VAN Ntm 14900 Magnolia Blvd.' TARZANA 18632 Ventura Blvd. I. WOODLAND. HltlS Ventura at WlnnetkJ ENCINO 5767 White Oak Ave. SAN FERNANDO 1320 San Fernando Rd. COSTA MESA 175 E. 17lh St. VENTURA 2713 E. Main St. OXNARD 752 South A St. EDWARDS (Desert Filr) 1316 Payne Ave. tANCASTER (Desert Fif) 130 E. Ave. J PAIMDAIE (O'.sirt Filr) 2101 E. Primtih · IOWA PORK SHOPS: [AKEWOOD 4929 Woodruff at Oil Amo 'T.'G BEACH 2279 Pacific Ave. 1200 E. Fourth St. 1140E. Carson St. 2217 Palo Verde AVI. 5595 Atlantic Blvd. 520 W. Willow St. . COMPTON 909 S. Centra! An. 1900 E. Alonrjn 1051 W. Rosecrins An. 1940 Bullls Road 3010 E, Artesia 400 W. Compton 2008 W. Comjlon Blvd. 15124 S. 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