Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 48
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LON9 HUM II, C»Uf., JUN04Y. JU' Y tl. I 111 BuysGuiver Realty Co. Sylvia Richards, real estate broker, a member of the Long Beach Board of Realtors and the Lakewood-Los Altos Real SYLVIA RICHARDS Acquires Really Division Estate Association has purchased the real estate division of the Guiver Co., with offices at 5518 Del Amo Blvd. and 4125 South St., I.akewood. The Guiver Co.; Ciuiver Kn- erprisos, Inc. and the Del Amo Escrow Co. localed at S51K Del Amn Rlvd. will con t i n u e lo operate as in Hie past. The real estate division will henceforth he known as Quiver-Richards Realty. Sylvia Richards is wel known in real estate circles having been associated in this field with Guiver Co., Wof ford Realty and Harold Steele for many years. She will be asssisled in this work by wel known sales people among whom are Sol Levin, Ray Smith, Ralph Williford, Rutl O'Brien, Tom Swift, Nicki Meleo, Ralph Hcdger and Dave Miller. OFFERED IN GARDEN PARK ESTATES Although the quality-built residences at Garden Park Kslates on Knott Avenue at Garden Grove Freeway are priced from just $16,950, the builders have incorporated an impressive list of luxury and convenience features usually found only in homes in a far higher price bracket, officials pointed out. Here is one model. Wins His Point but Little Else LOS ANGELES (UP1) -Todd W. Johnson's protest that his "view lot" overlooking the city permitted him to see nothing but smog gained a sympathetic ear from Ihe tax collector who lowered bis assessment from $11,750 to only $11,500. IF YOU FIX THINGS, tell people who need your service in "Call an Expert" in Classified. Dial HE 2-5950 now. Garden Park Estates Moderate Price but High in Luxury Despite Ihe moderate full prices from just $16.950, the q u a l i t y - h u i l t residences at Garden Park Estates. S S Construe- 1 ion Co.'s fine home c o m m u n i t y on K n o l l Ave. a t jlGarden Grove Freeway, in- jlcorporale an u n u s u a l number jjof luxury and convenience (features, reports W. R. F.f- | : finger, sales director. Typical of such attractions are handsome wood-burning fireplaces of new or used brick or limestone, styled to J [he individual home's decor, sliding glass doors to the garden or palio area, appli- J'ance-equipped kitchens and ( t h e all-year comfort of forced Tair heating with thermostat [jand summer cooling switch. WITH A DISTINCTIVELY I diverse selection of exteriors, Convenient "four way" financing i n c l u d e s veterans erms of nothing down except impounds arul closing costs w i t h monthly payments Tom $93. i n c l u d i n g principal and interest as well as favorable Cal-Vet l o a n s , and 'terms for everyone" offer excellent conventional loans and new FHA loans with low down payments, Effinger explained. * * » - * TOP QUALITY construction is used throughout and among the many other attractive fine home features, Garden Park Estates homes in chide luxurious baths wilh colored plumbing fixtures, stall showers with safety! : inish hardwood ash cabinet and counters and worktops o superamic tile in dccorato colors. Garden Park Estates care fully chosen site places th community in one of the fas glass doors, Mr. medicine f.abinels and and Mrs. pull lithe homes offer choice o f j m a n lavatories, i n v i t i n g entry i'lwo-bath plans with three halls and e f f i c i e n t l y planned, I bedrooms with family room, ifnur bedrooms, two bedrooms with dining room and den and | a dual bath plan with three bedrooms and family room. pleasant kitchens w i t h built- in wall oven and counlertop range, range hood with light and exhaust fan, semi-automatic dishwasher, fumiture- est growing areas of boomin Orange County. Surrounde by beautiful homes in a prim residential area, and alrmx l i t e r a l l y surrounded b schools and school sites, Ga den Park Estates is also clos to excellent shopping, mar churches and the area is vi tually unsurpassed for proj imity to recreational facililie The "Street of Homes" wi its furnished model displa is reached from Los Angel by driving Sanla Ana Fre way lo the Arlesia lurnn and r i c h t lo Knott. Ave. The continue K n o t t . Ave. to Ga den Grove Freeway. From t h e Long Beach- Compton area, drive out Sev-j enth St. which becomes Garden Grove Blvd. and then l e f t j on Knott to the homes. West Coast : mancial Highlights Pacific Vegetable Oil Corp., hich recently Joined wilh he Glidden Co. to develop nd market a safflower mar- arine oil, now is entering le consumer market with an dible safflower cooking and alad oil. Suburban Gas reported net arnings for the fiscal year nded April 3(1 hit a new rec- rd of $2.014,858, equal to 81 ents a. share . . . Di Glorfilo "ruit Corp. plans to acquire Vood Canning Co. of Stock- n. United California Bank had net operating earnings for the 6 months ended .lune 30 of $5,312,333, equal to $1.23 a share. . . . Lear Inc. estimates irst half operating earnings will total $1.4 million, or approximately 50 cents a slvire. . .Transonic, Tnc. as acquired all Ihe sfnck nt Technical Dynamics, Inc. of Sanla Barbara. Aerojet-General Corp. net. earnings for the 6 months ended May 31 were $5,995.850, equal to $1.31 a share, up 35% over .a year earlier. United Financial Corp, assets climbed to a new high of over $150 million at June 30 ... The Flying Tiger Line, Inc. has received a $10.5 million MATS contract for a year's service across the Pacific Ocean for freight and passengers. Superior Oil Co. had net earnings for the 9 rnonlhs ended May 31 of £17,159,607, equal fo $40.71 a share, compared with $18.549.584. nr a share, in the like year-aco pp.riorl. AS FEATURED IN THE RECENT LOS ANGELES HOME SHOW WESTMINSTER ""SST 3 or 4 bedrooms plus living room plus family room plus 2 bathrooms A Walled City,,, Complete Piivacy FREE Only $35 Down for GIs for Big Westmont Homes Owen Takes Twin Honors 'Ric' Owen was the winner of the multiple listing contest or Ihe month of June sponsored by the Long Beach Board of Realtors. Owen won both contests., : , -. -..-.·- · . ; He solci the : most listings MONKY D01PN COSTS BLOCK WALLS FREE! four r«*r v*rd complettly fenced vilh dieoraliv* block DRAPERIES FREE! Far every v*indoiv, pint frflvaria »lor fibfiet in 7 gorgeoui c o f o r i , CARPETING FREE! r every v*indoiv, pint frflvaria rods. S c l t c t from 3 tJttor- or fibfiet in 7 gorgeoui c o f o r i , ii One of the easiest purchase plans ever presented veterans j l i s being offered this weekend at Westmont in H u n l i n g t o n Reach where Gl buyers can move in for j u s t $35. "The $35 is the total down payment, we pay all other costs," the developers, George l'M. Holstein and Sons, pointed out. | The Westmont homes are available in both three and four-bedroom plans with family rooms, fireplaces, built-in J kitchens that include tile eat ing bar and natural cabinets, plus wood paneling and other features. « * » t THE HOMES are one of the few developments under 17,000 in the Huntington Beach area that give buyers xpensive real wood shake roofs, the pioneer building firm stressed. The choice Westmnnt location is within walking distance to neighborhood shop ping, and will be adjacent to two new schools. The location .1 also less t h a n five miles to he popular Huntington Beach Slate Reach and Park. Along with Ihe $35 down payment lo vets, low FHA erms are also available at Westmont, according to the juilders. To reach Westmont from the Long Beach area, go out Seventh St. (Garden Grove Blvd.) to Hwy. 39. Turn righ' (south) about two miles pas the Westminster Blvd. inter section to Westmont. Th models are on the left of the highway. THI SUM RftY PROVIDENT BUILT-IN .Q'KEEFt VMERRITT RANGE OVEN · Front Yaids Undtcajud »large Concrete Patio Dsck · Family Room with Parquet wilh Sliding Glais Door! Hardwood Flyof« . Bujit.jn Formica Snack 'f^r 11 ? 111 ^" 1 , Bar and Countsr Tops · In-SInk-Erator Disposal ... . · Customaire Gas FA. Hot * !ldar sl " kl " Rocl( Rll((l · Ceramic Mosaic Tile in Balhj · Shatterproof Shower D«on · Natural Finish Cabinets · Aluminum Sliding Windows · Separate Uundry Ar»t with Screens Less than 3 minutes from the beach FROM LONG HACK: D,;v, out 7tli Si. ISprJ.n Grov, Blvd.) lo jut} S mllai Eoi^ of Slain ColFflg* to modali ri9!il oi 5«n»ca and Gardtn Gfov» and he pro- :· curred I h e : most listings! in lha month \ of June. ' Owen, ex-J school teach-l er, a graduate' of the Uni- R " Ow " versity of California, at Berkeley, has lived in California over 50 years. He has been associated wilh the Rex L. Hodges Realty Co., at their main office at 408 E. 1st" St., over 10 years, with a record f nearly $10 million in sales. As a member o[ the Long 5each Board of Realtors, 3wen attended the Interna- ional Real Eslale convention L Madrid, in 195S, and again t Salsburg. Austria, in Iflfif). His hohby is travel. With iO stales, and some 200.for- :ign countries covered, Owen las plans to visit more coun- ries. Rich, natural wood paneling and fireplace are al! part of the features at the Westmont development in Huntington Beach where veterans can purchase for only $35 down. The new terms are limited at the Westmont location on Highway 39 (Beach Boulevard) about two miles south of tha Westminster Boulevard intersettion. tank Getting Air Conditioner A forecast of "cooler and brighter" was issued for Bank of America's Bixby Knolls branch by Manager R. J. Carmody. A 25-ton refrigerated air conditioning unit is being installed in the branch at Atlantic Ave., and at the time the interior nf Ihe build- ng will he refurbished. '..''_ Addition of (he air-condi- lioning system to the branch'.! central heating p l a n t will" he taking the heat nut of summer within a month, Carmody said. The interior of the bank will be repainted. Total cost of the project will exceed $22,500. Crowds at Opening of Sunkist Plaza Sunkist Plaza Homes wel-irange of recreational activi-three- and four-b ed r o o miLiberal ties which are particularly homes Include Pioneer all terms corned a large crowd of interested home buyers at their spectacular grand opening in Hunlington Beach last week. "The same cordial welcome can now be enjoyed every day of the week for anyone 'Inleresled in the finest home value in Hie area." reports "Sy Bram, Sunkist Plaza's general manager. More 1han 100 beautifully designed contemporary homes are now available out of pro posed 2.200-unit d e v e l o p - · m e n l . Sunkist Pla?,a Homes offer four basic floor plans with 25 different elevations designed to please the most 'discriminating buyer. * * * * '· IN ADDITION to the ex · cellent home value itself, -Huntington Beach is a prime -residential area offering new shopping centers and schools, expanding local employment · oprxirlunitirs and x wide State Ready to War on Con Artists SACRAMENTO (ff) -- "We intend to make California the most unhappy slate in America for the confidence man and the business criminal," says Gov. Brown, who signed a bill he said would help do just t h a t . .The bill by Assemblyman R i c h a r d Hanna (D-Garden Grove), direcls the State .lus- lire Department to m a i n l a i n ypar-rnund investigation of investment nnd business frauds. This year's cost: $125,000. 4 * * * IN SIGNING the bill Brown said the " 'quick-buck artists' have, been d e v i s i n g new schemes to defraud the public faster than we can move In end close them down." Other bills signed by Brown permit: Veterans wilh unrecorded interests in real property to qualify for veterans' tax exemptions. 'Doctors of osteopathy to use the suffix M. D. instead of D. O., providing that voters approve a proposed amendment to the State Osteopathic Act. ' Payment of s t a l e aid to ^permanently Impaired and to- ·fslly disabled persons :£'ho need care regularly, rather t h a n to disabled who require constant and continuous care. suited to meet the needs of the growing family. Sunkist Plaza Homes have capitalized on these advantages by introducing a "planned community" concept that insures a stable long term growth for ous other quality features. gas range and oven, forcedlMonthly payments start at FHA and Cal-Vet are also available. air heating with thermostat control, slurnpstone or brick fireplaces, Jerrold Magic Car- $93.88. The development can be reached from Long Beach by wool insulation and numer- the area. Special features in - the Prices start as low as $16,950 no down to Vets pet hidden TV a n t e n n a , Rock driving east on Westminstci to Spiingdale then right on Springdale to models. Four daily furnished models are SUNKIST PLAZA OFFERS Grand opening of Sunkist Plar.a Hnmes in crowds of homeseekers. Here is one of the homes offered in the 2,20n-home project. Huntington models in Beach last week drew the f i i s l unit of 100 INDEPENDENT ·PRESS-TELEGRAM-R-S Retires Mrs. Dorothy W. Lantz, 423 E. Dayman St., Long Beach, has retired from Pacific Telephone to end n career of 20 years. P O W E R F U L LITTLE? WANT ADS will sr.ll yoilr used power tools. Dial HI? 2-5959 now to place your art. Modern Smithy No Horseshoer NF.W YORK (UP!) -- The country has at least 1,200 practicing blacksmiths who couldn't shoe a horse. .. Chemetron C o r p o r ation, producer of felriing equipment estimates that's the n u m b e r of modern artists working in . mplals. MAN IN BERLIN Maj. Gen. Albert Wat. son II is the U. S. Army · c o m m a n d e r in West Berlin, Germany. \ ^W-^-^ im ll mm 1, 850 Under .L- fh- ' · Reach AT f\ND I'-t'M "BUtrU PARK ANAV^ Tfc°- jcohl vjtK" \7TK V_ Iwrnl^ HE'V- i Vfc6* uKT |HffOH**^^ iUWPOM^J**^ ition GARDEN ATTRACTIONS in ORANGE COUNTY ..... . NO. 1 GARDENDALE in GARDEN GROVE lEJriireB and Four Bedrwins*Two Bath homes-25 foot living room and family room. CHOICE/// NO. 2 -^r GARDENDALE in B U E N A ' P A R K Four Bedroom -.Iwia Bath homes left... We'll seinheni- THIS WEEK ONLY --for the same price as oor Three Bedroom fiomis--Uniaue "living ceiling." No. 3 -ff SCOTSDALE in SOUTH SANTA ALL 3 fine attractions have wall-to-wall carpeting, built-in range and oven, colored faath fixtures, 1300 square feet PLUS of floor area, fireplaces, lawns...PLUS MANY OTHER GARDENDALE HOME FEATURES! S A L E S OFFICES: G a r d e n d a l e No. 1, J E f f e r s o n 4-7431 · G a r d e n d a l e No. 2, JAckson 7-6581 · ScotsdaSe, J E f f e r s o n 1-0094 · All 3 Open 'til 8 p.m. A RAY FEASTER, Exclusive SnleiAgsnl TO RECEIVE YOUR GRANT DEED! CHECK WITH US ABOUT THE HEW CASOENOMI HOMES NOW B E I N G BUILT IK O T H E R FINE LOCATIONS! FINEST 3 ^ LOCATIONS in ORANGE COUNTY Girdendile Homts location) in conveniently Iceited to the Sirita Ana Fieiwiy nl Ormit County 1 ! principal sticp- pini ctntin, churches, school! mil pirki. You tin h;dly find i belter plact lo it'at jouf family ihin In the three Gardeo- dili locilicns. ANA

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