Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 45
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 45

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 16, 1961
Page 45
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BELMONT-NAPLES AREA NEARLY FILLED Last available homesites in the Belmont-Naples area of Long Beach are shown (No. 6) fronting the Marine Stadium. Park Shore Homes, now offered for sale in this strip are finding quick buyer response for as W. H. Campbell, president of Bayshore Tower Inc., the developer says, "there just isn't any more waterfront property." Shown in this aerial view, looking from the west toward Seal Beach are: No. 1, Long Beach Marina; No. 2, Davies Bridge on Second St. extension; No. 3, Pacific Coast Hwy.; No. 4, Naples area; No. 5, Marine Stadium and No. 7, Belmont Shore ^^ AUDITORIUM 60 PER CENT COMPLETE Auditorium Manager Win Hansen and Convention Bureau Manager Howard Jones survey present stage of construction on the vast, new 15,000-seat amphitheater-like "BIG Addition" to the present Long Beach Municipal Auditorium. Work started on it last November and is now 60 per cent complete. It is sched- uled to be finished early next July. More Counties Will Get Aid WASHINGTON (UPI)--The Agriculture Department has designated four more California counties as an area where the farmers home administration m a y m a k e emergency loans to eligible farmers through June 30, 1962. The counties designated are: Marin, Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma. There are now 14 California counties so designated The department said dry and unseasonable weather have damaged crops, f r u i t s and vineyards and many farmers in the area neec emergency credit. ,aunch Major Step for Parking Relief Realtors to Hear Week Morgan Week Morgan of Kconom. Escrow Co., will speak at th breakfast meeting Tuesday o the Long Beach Board o Realtors, L. A. Martin, pro gram chairman, announcec He will talk on changes i escrows and will conduct panel discussion. -J--J- ^BUSINESS DEPARTMENT LONG BEftCII P. CALIF., SUNDAY. JULY It. IM1 Another major step in im- iroving the downtown park- ng situation has been taken vith work started on a major, :ity-owned lot at Fourth and 'acific Ave. This is the first parking ot to be started under a city program launched two years ago by the City Council supporting a move of the Down- .own Long Beach Associates Under the program the city sets aside $150,000 in parking meter revenue each year for the improvement of parking explained Vito Romans, exec utive manager of the down town businessmen's associa tion. , FIRST .OF THE_ MONIES was used in making survey in the Belmont Shore are* where parking congestion ha een a problem. The city purchased an olc lome at 422 Pacific Ave. and wo more parcels, Work o azing the home was startei ast week and soon this ne\ ot, adjoining a large parkin area at the rear of Walker' Department Store, will pro vide a big, open expanse o parking. Under the city program, th .and acquired is dedicated a a parking lot area. Howeve the city will not be the ope ator in competition with pr vate operators. Bids are take and a lease is made bctwce a private operator and tl city. The money paid tl city on the lease is return to the general parking fun for other similar projects. HOMES o f B U E N A P A R K UNIT NO. 2 FHA LOW DOWN PAYMENT 3 AND 4-BEDROOM HOMES priced from DIRECTIONS From Long Beach Drive Out Carson (Lincoln) in Orange Co., to Miller (Valley View Rf.) 'and" Turn Left to Modek or \ Out South St. .(Orange- thorpe in Orange County) and Turn Right to Models. The Dudley Go,, Sales Agents v Auditorium Addition Opening Year Away Construction work on the vast, new Long Beach Municipal Auditorium amphitheater I reached the 60 per cent com- .pletion stage coincident with the opening of the International Trade Show in the present auditorium this weekend. Next year at this time the new structure is scheduled to completed . and the proposed first major event in the huge new oval shaped amphi eater will be the second, or 962 edition, of the Interna- onal Trade Show. This was earned today from Howard ones, manager of the Con- ention Bureau. * * * * WORK ON THE HUGE new Auditorium addition, which will accommodate some 15,000 persons around its oval in ris- ng tiers of seats, started last November, and is progressing rapidly. Win Hansen, Audi- MORE PARKING SOON DOWNTOWN Civic and city officials gathered for a ground breaking ceremony to launch the first downtown parking lot under a new program, hailed by business leaders as a most progressive step to alleviate parking congestion. Revenue from city parking meters was used to purchase this home and adjoining lots at 42. Pacific Ave., for a parking lot. Participating in the groundbreaking are Gerald Desmond, city attorney; Jess Gilkerson, city engineer and George Trammel! president of Downtown Long Beach Associates. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^2^5^^HB^BB^^ta^^^Hii^MiiHfiiMMriHI i ^ . . . ihc perfect selling for your home Lakewood Country Club torium manager, pointed out. The initial Trade Show this year, with colorful and interesting exhibits of products, and cultural articles from some 15 foreign countries over, the world, as well as American business firms, major steamship lines and airlines, is underway now. It will conclude Sunday night at 11 o'clock after a three-day run, replete with exhibits and twice - a - day entertainment shows featuring top TV, radio and movie personalities. * * ,» * THE TRADE SHOW here next year, according to plans of the producers, Donnan Smeallie and Edwin Mee and business and civic leaders, will be "bigger by far." This year's exhibition is made up of over ICO exhibit spaces in the present municipal auditorium. The big addition, now under construction, will have 300 exhibit spaces. Itoe at the OPEN HOUSE 12 to 6 P.M. 3604 Brouton Dr. t " +iwv M* cm* ^··FJWJI «»'"·^·ar^VF tft ils luxuriously hew : *~«f Own Your Oifri ^7/X Cooperative LaV-ewood Country Club Estates surround the lolling greens and fairways of the Lakcwood Counlry Qub Golf Course. Many prominent and discriminating families have made this address iheir chckc. The reasons are clear, a flood central location with easy commuting to all major business areas, convenient shopping nearby, clear blue skits and fresh clean air. Hcie GOOD LOCATION means J GOOD INVESTMENT for your future. NOW . . . A NEW GROUP OF CUSTOM HOMES FOR YOUR INSPECTION . . . 3 BEDROOM -- FAMILY ROOM -- 2i/ 2 BATH POOL SIZE LOTS. A prestige address for you . . SEVERAL CHOICE LOCATIONS STILL AVAILABLE... WILL BUILD TO SUIT! Ukewaod Country Club Estates en Ira nee ts easily re idled by Inform West off takeMOOd Boulevard Onto HarvtyWiy (first tliPul north c4 Canon). Built by CLUB VIEW CONSTRUCTION CO, Lakewopd Country ,Club Estates N-. _ · · . H A R V E Y WAY AND .IAKEWOOD BIVD : ' HArrison 5-6496 Make the modern move to 32 Seventh Place where the beach and the blue Pacific are your front yard. Enjoy resort living . . . just a few minutes walk from the shopping, churches, and other activities of Downtown Long Beach. DIED' OWNERSHIP ... NO BLANKET MORTGAGE ... 2-Bedroom, 2-Bdroom and Family Room, 3-Bedrot»n Apartments. PROM $23,000 10 $42,500 Financing Available. " \ Aatowite Btvalof. - « . Sun P«)»t Beat* twr»l f _- 1 -^. Exclusive Sales Agents MOORE REALTY HEmlock 5-1126

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