M8TAUEP in Your Horn HE. 5-4811 CALL COLLECT 24-HOUR SERVICE Patio Time * will soon be here! Build your patio now . . . Enjoy J| to the fulleit during the warm months jint Â«ho*d. Synjet price* fire Alton]shingly low for quality workman- *hip that ij amaiingly high. Coll us or v'nii our ncic of outdoor living displays. Ai Low a* 57.50 Per Month Open Today and Every Day FENCE AND PATIO COMPANY Long Beach Blvd. l "'Â£"* CA 4-0771 SOUTHLAND HOMES Happy Living in Miniature --rholol far Joe RIsInow Compact but happily habitable is the living room of the tiny apartment owned by Mrs. Lahoma Johnson. Only large item of apartment is 14th floor view of the city. WÂ»ACKED INTO the confines of a 306-square-foot apartment are all the physical p r o p e r t i e s necessary f o r happy, comfortable living for Mrs. Lahoma Johnson of Villa Riviera, 800 E. Ocean Blvd. W i l h i n this l i m i t e d footage are living room, kitchen, bathroom and an over-sized, walk-in c l o s e t . Nothing is makeshift about this livable, attractive apartment. Originally, b e f o r e Mrs. Johnson bought it, the apart- By Stella George ment was nothing more than a bedroom and bath-dressing room. -Ingenious planning for remodeling the room into an apartment produced highly successful results. The living room resembles that of many an average nice home, with couch, occasional chairs, desk, television set and all the small but important accessories. Unlike the old-fashioned type, the couch, which makes up into Â·an excellent bed, is both attractive and serviceable. Jt looks like a couch--nothing else. Natural cherry end tables flank the couch, and a handsome, functional desk is placed near one of the windows. Since the apartment is on the 14th floor, the view of Long Beach from both windows at the far end of the room is magnificent. THE KITCHEN unbelievably measures 4 feet 10 A small bar separates the kitchen from the living room in. the- m i n i a t u r e apart- menl which incorporates, all oj the essentials for c o m f o r t a b l e , ever.y-day living.
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