Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 48
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 48

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 9, 1961
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INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELEGRAM LOKO BEACH n. caur-.. »UHOAY. JULY t. mi Another Dutch Haven Unit Opening Today Panel to Discuss Escrow Issues Meeting of the LOUR Beach F.scrow Association will bo held Wednesday evening at the F.Ik's Club Tropical Room. 4101 F.. Willow SI. Program chairman Harryette Hooper hns arranged for a panel to [discuss escrow subjects. Moderator w i l l he Ted Oliver, vice president of Orange Counly JTille Co. Panel members will 'be brokers Eunice Stolp of. Slolp R e a l t y : A r t h u r R.' Homes', vice president o f i I Long Beach Board of R e a l - jlors: Leo M. Wcrmerskirclten, R c a l l n r and appraiser; three escrow officers, Marge Cloar- iwatcr of Coast Bank: Beinice M. Powers, First Escrow and Title Co., and Earl I.n/ar of American Bonded Escrow Co. Modern, Open Kitchens in Pacific Sands Home AN AMERICAN HOME This is an interior view in one of the American Home series of Dulch Haven Homes which will he opened today. The first unit has set sales records. :Says Cleanup Reduces Crime N I A G A R A F A l . I. S, N. Y. if/T)--A clean-up, p a i n t - u p . fi.x- j u p campaign not only gives .a ciiy a better appearance, |hm helps the police deparl- ,ment f i g h t crime, says Police; IN Superintendent J. Milton chard. Clean a l l e y s , trimmed shrubbery and better-light edj Three Bankers to Be Honored A din of prominent Long Beach men, w i t h Ihree-ciiiar- ters of a century of b a n k i n g experience between tiiem, [his week are marking their ;ilver anniversaries w i t h Bank of America. They are Carlton K. Wood. 3901 California Ave., vice president at the hank's Sev- nlh and Olive office in Los Angeles; N. H. Falk, 5815 Barhanell St., operations of- icer at the First and Pine ·anch; and Robert McMillin, 2751 Pacific Ave., an auditor n the Los Angeles Head- q u a r t e r s Timeplan Department. The three will soon he feted for their long service at a Founders Club banquet at the Beverly H i l t o n Hotel. Ar- PACIFIC SANDS HOME Don and .lulie Conklin, wilh tlieir two children, enjoy a snack on breakfast b;ir between open kitchen and family room in a Pacific Sands home. Award Contract on Freeway Job Peter K i e w i t Co., of cadia has receiver! a $4,315,900 contract for construction iof two miles of eight -larie freeway between Hawthorne 'Blvd. in Lawndale and 1,15th Street in Hawthorne. H's part of the San Diego Freeway. Modern open kitchens with Dutch Haven opens another] This second ITPW American Home series!TM^' American Home series o f c o m m u n i t y today. The scrics'community now under con- f c n t u r c s four styles of t y p i - slruction was rushed to f u l f i l l ! i-p.ily A m e r i c a n " a r c h i l c c u i r e i l l i e demand created since the \ v i t h Ifi d i f f e r e n t e l e v a t i o n s i O r i g i n a l series ripened in t h e Colonial, Western'. A p r i l Bill Boyd. sales agent. completelycontnbuted to .he p o p u l a r i t y y«* red- the -- r of^m ^--^ es' D u t c h Haven develop-; inenls have been in the cellent f i n a n c i n g offered. tion living one m i n u l e from .Disneyland are also easily ac- H u n l i n g t o n Beach, Beach Pacific - tops are huycrs in Ranch, H a w a i i a n Modern and D u t c h Provincial, appropri- B i f l v I rimmed and decorated said. Since then they sold in excess of $3,000,000',, of the homes. [ h i d i n g places for attackers. "Furthermore." he c x ","ns y n u l h f i i ] energy is con j v e r l o d i n i o n,r n d u c t i v e ^ - . s(() e iu (he , -, . - . . a c t r o n s , t h e v a l u e n m v e m e h o n e « f r o m H u n t i n R , o n | d o u b l e BIlrape . A f t e r a t un PRICKS A R K from SI1.950.l^oncy becomes clearer l n | B e a r h S(H[e Rcach| r c p o r l s ' f l ]l c ( | 0 .Uin K at the hench.- h a v c , w i t l i ?95 move-in costs loi^ 0 ""^^ £' Sl jsales Manager Don H e r m a n - h o m e o w n e r s can enjoy a brisk State| Cess ihl e . The area is served by excellent schools, modern Sands the savs laleamin" ceramic t i l e counterjhomes offer special boat r p n t r r 5 y l especially popularldoors on some plans to f a c i |i. shopping centers of the new|tate s l i d i n g a boat through 1 "' and family every need. From Long Beach, the homes may be reached by d r i v i n g southeast on Pacific. Coast Hwy. (101) to Beach Blvd. (Hwy. 39). then l e f l . on low VA terms to im- .son 'agency. of Walker Lee, sales in the t r u e American fashion.] FHA a n d Cal-Vet t e r m s are : m c d i a t e ] v e n | l . , n c e t h e h n m c s . . , , , , Sensational facts t h a t have| a|so o f f p r ( , d The T i l A t e r m s . " * « * * | Don Conklin, who does land BEACHES AN'O t h e rccrea- sales work for Walker Lee, 864-sq.-ft. 2-bedroom $4.795 900-sq.-ft. 2-bedroom 4,995 lOOO-sq.-ft. 3-bedroom 6,095 (WITH * 11*30 ATTACHED GARAGE) 500-sq.-ft. Units, each 3,400 Long Beach Prices -- 100% Financing Available OTHERS AVAILABLE 8Y APPQIHTMEHT PHONE MEtcalf 0-62,77 ,15308Vj Paramount Blvd., Paramount, ties of Orange Coun- admits that the open kitchens l t w o children, to Pacific Sands are at t h e newly a u t h o r i z e d 5i/,% i n t e r e s t rate. There are no hidden charges, or balloon l * ! J Ie " l l j payment at Dutch Haven. jf^mjiy'"^',,. The three and f o u r - b e d - ' To visit the furnished mod- from Newport Ueacli. Accord- room f a m i l y room and i w o el homes from l.nng Beach:jiiP " Conklin, the Pacific f u l l b a i n homes are loaded drive east on Seventh Street^ands homes are offered at wilh e x t r a feaiures l h a t in- lo B e a c h B l v d . South on'pnces as much as S5.0I1U be chide c u s t o m - s t y l e d f i r c - i R e a c h Blvd. to the models.i l o w fur 1 ' 0 " 1 places, forced - a i r h e a t i n g , ;0r drive South on C o a s t colored b u i l t - i n gas i-anpc and:Hwy. to Beach Blvd. Left onj'^ oven, marble pullmans, c u s - j l i w y . 39 or Beach Blvd. lorn cabinets a n d p a n e l i n g . U h e models on Beach wash under t h e i r own private outside showers. WITH low down terms, t h e new homes incorporate three or four bedrooms, family room, and two Among the f e a t u r e s of q u a l i t y included in the new homes are: Pass-through window, kitchen to patio; gar- | C o m p l e l e f r o n t yard l a n d - j n o r l h o f S l a t e r Avn. m a r k e l e v a l u a - , , . , , , , , . _. . ,. . ,. Inage disposal; breakfast bar; t , o n . T n e nomes C o n U l i n s a v s , ^ ' MS el' 0 ricin ranod 5 '^ " as forced-air furnace: . y f.- FI!, '.J/,, = -CM| Pioneer T l i n l k o t e roofs and Blvd.|from lust $12.5(10 to $ln.300. ^^ ^^ ^.^ firep , ac( , s double garages and 17 d i f f e r em. exteriors enhanced hy used brick, concrete block and Palos Verde stone. Custom designed for vaca- 'THANKS TO REAL ESTATE, MY SON'S GOING TO COLLEGE,' says Mr. Martinez "We've always hoped we'd be able to send our boy to college," Mr. Martinez told us. "That's why, years ago, I started saving a dollar here, a dollar there. The only trouble was, it wasn't adding up very fast... not until a friend told us the secret of how to save." AMONG THE pleasure fa c i l i t i e s in the Pacific Snndf area is the new Long Beach M a r i n a , offering its smal hnat f a c i l i t i e s less t h a n 1C m i n u t e s from the develop ment. Famous N e w p o r t - B a t boa is only five minutes awaj while K n o l l ' s Berry Farm an REAL ESTATE SUNDAY, JULY 9th-2 P.M. 10 UNIT APARTMENT FURNISHED and UNFURNISHED 1829 MAGNOLIA, Long Beach SUNDAY, JULY 9th-3:30 P.M, 6-Unit, 1-Bedroom Apartment FURNISHED 1133 NEW YOHK ST., long Beaeh For Inspection Prior to Above Sals PhonG HArrison 1-6981 MOW I'M HOME IN HALF THE TIME " 'The secret,' tie said, 'is California's ov.n-Calif«nia Iwd. Over Itie yeais. i! has increased i.n value. So, wtien you buy H by Itie mcnth, ycu'ie actually loicing you'sell ID save a certain amo^l every month, and you're buying something ycu may be able to sell laief for a profit.'" ... THANKS TO THE CLOSE-IN LOCATION OF F""' SUNSHINE HOMES "For cixx in my life. I look some good ad-vice. When we had I couple of hundred dollars saved, we went lo a «attof and told him we wanted to make a down payment on somfi tend for investment. He really worked hard foe us, and finally found us 3 fire piece of property in a growing area." '"Wilh his help, we z:\ifgtA 'or financing, and a tew days later the seller and I opened an escrow. The escrorf officer was a real help, too. In addition lo hzntfing all the paperwork, he recommended lhat we protect our ov^cis^ip righls with »Tillelnsurar.ceandTrusl Company title policy." " This policy,' he told me, 'is your, and your heir's, ownership piotect'on for as long'as you own the property you buy. And, of all title companies, T.I. has the best lacilities fcr sea'chinj the lilies ol California pop?rty. That's why I recommend T.I. to all my customers/ h* said." Protecting California Property Since 1893 "Over the years, fie continued to buy land. Wen 1 gel one piece paid for, I sell il fcr 3 profit and use the mcney as a down payment on another. The last piece I sold gave os enough money to finance my son's entire college education. California lj«i's certynly been good to -" "And, wilh evety purchase, I've had n-.y title searched and insured by T.I. They've got up-todate land records plus the largest staff of title operls. that's why thcii scnice fe so fast and low-m-eost. Talc some goad *lvic« Ifom mft. Wntn JM sefl or buy, specify T.I." Title Insurance and Trust Company Home Office »nd Inter.County Service 433 South Spring Street · Los Angeles 54 MAdison 6-2411 CFFERIMC COMPLETE STATEWIDE TITLE SERVICES WITH .KJT ONE LOCAL MU. BUILT-IN RANGE OVEN Wall-to-wall CARPET 2 FULL BATHS FAMILY ROOM 3 BEDROOMS MONTHLY PAYMENTS 1US THAN RENT Full Price $16,595. Sec Sunshine Homes Home Buyers' Guide Shov/ 7V Chorine) 5. Sun. J O a.m. BY S. V. HUNSAKER SONS · * A s V a n y o f o u r salesmen.

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