Independent from Long Beach, California on February 26, 1964 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, February 26, 1964
Page 10
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A 1-- f RESS-TELESRAM «··"· ·· T -»- r*. a. tw v t «! Annual Home-O-Rama Set To Open - · . . · , - · - ' · - - . · ' · .-· » - . - . · · . · i · . ' lET's 3rd GREAT TEAR BIGGER BETTER THAN EVER Our fabulous Dine Out Flan the S400.00 Value for SEE US AT HOME.O.RAMA or Call LE 9-7741 or write ]2719 Brookhurst Garden Grove 5 I The results of months of tioa win be visible I ^ginning W e d n e s d a y | w h e n t h e Long B e a c h t I Builders Exchange unveils 4 the 1964 v e r s i o n of the Long Beach Home-O-Rama in the Long Beach Arena. The huge arena will be lined with booths exhibiting a wealth of products that threw the spotlight on the Long Beach area's progressive building industry and its allied fields. The householder who plans on .redecorating may visit booths cw^fofag paints, wall dividers. . furnishings, appli- 'ances. electrical fixtures and lamps and many other product! designed to give a home "that new took." THOSE WHO contemplate remodeling will find a wealth of building materials and tips on how to use them as wen i'as tools and other products | that put home projects with- TO EMCEE Johnny Gunn. Southland radio personality, win be master of ceremonies for queen contest at 5th annual Long Beach Home-O- Rama. Contest wip be held Wednesday, opening night. planning thorough demon- a day. Featured viH be the Sertrude Ward Singen which lave won acclaim both in this country and abroad for their unique vocal renditions with a driving, toe-tappinj gospel beat. George Colouris. producer of the show, reminded the public that money-saving discount tickets are still available. · · ' · * HERE IS THE schedule of events: Wednesday Doors open. 230 pm. Free afternoon and evening stage shows by the Ward Sicgen. Queen contest on stage at 7:15 p.m. with Johnny Guna as master of ceremonies. Thursday, Feb. 27 Doors open,230p" Members of Orange County Build- en Association to be honored guests. Free afternoon and evening stage shows by Ward Singers. Friday, Feb. 28 Doors open, 230 Members of Harbor BuHders SHOW PRODUCER George Colouris, veteran s h o w m a n , is producing Home-O-Rama this year for fifth time under auspices of Long Beach Builders' Exchange. All persons bom on Feb. 29 Leap Year Day ||i to Be Observed ';j; · : . · i« ' .*. Persons who get to celebrate their birthday Just once every four years win get a break on "Leap Year Day^it the Long Beach Home-O-Rama. T-t' George Colouris. producer of the home show, said j| person* born oa Feb. 29 will be admitted to the home thpV free of charge oa Saturday.: v ""' ;, *lf$ our way of giving them a birthday present,Sj;s said. ' ''·". Colourii said only simple proof of birth date win be required at the door to be admitted free to the show on that day. ". ·! Oa Saturday. Desiree Peyton win reign as "Miss Leap Year." Desiree is 4 years old. but is celebrating her first Feb.-29th birthday. Booth Will Give Social Security Aid to Patrons As a public service, the Office. 1235 Pacific Avenal, producers of Home-O-Rama this year as last year have Via reach of the handyman, strations of their products to Exchange to be honored Tom E. Norcross. chairman of the hoir-e show,to see jurt how they work. said many exhibitors e visitors an opportunity .guests. Free afternoon 'and Peyton to be introduced from tors to obtain up-to-dite m- evenin KSeeUsattheHomeShowK^ are) la addition to the exhibits. Singers. the Home-O-Rama will have Saturday, Feb. 2S ree entertainment for aH the will be available to assist visitors with any social security problem they may have. ' They will answer questions. taee shows bv Ward stag * " * M 'Ss Leap Year." formation and pamphlets con-|he!p obtain social security E ^ IT wo afternoon and two eve- cerning their Social Security numbers, replace lost social i_,_- -. .i._.. . ------ OZITE TERRACE OUTOOR-KARPFT Perfict for pities, prchei.ionitelt Now for the first time, outdoor carpeting that looks like grass.,, withstands rain, sun, rough use, and heat. Tested for years, Ozile "Terrace Green" outdoor carpet- in; has proven it can withstand rain, sun, rough usage, hea t. And it never needs mowing, will vacuum-clean easily, slays cool underfoot. Now, you can male a 'lawn" on your roof-top terrace, on your patio, have a putting green in your recreation room, living room, and a "lawn" anywhere, that dries after rain .» and looVs like new. You can ' buy Oiite 'Terrace Green" outdoor carpeting in widths _^from three feet to twelve feci and in any length you choose. FUi for peel f«el» tnt tail tacit «« vnt Sl/tS. tT WIDTH: 60 C per square foot 3'ii' 4' »"i4'. 4'i»' _ _ fi* 1 ~ (-FOOT .$10.19 _$1tJO _SJUO -$32.40 f-FOOT 2UO $32.40 S4I.«0 12-FOOT 3 - iir $21J8 4'4-iir $3140 $43.20 $14.10 Strritg le»9 Itock SiactU30 OHI MOI01TS in rwDi 'Til 1 Ml. (tryct tlir t 4t»t\ A Htrlfv frilitl ttltr e«u.(- l»t wPI »·· U fi-.t ··· «4 TM ·«!· »§«r Mhttiii. 4fj tt ·rt«. M. HE 2-2221 340 E. 4rb ST. DOWNTOWN LONG IEACH ACIOS$ FKOM SEAI$ amily onstage several times Doors open at noon. Des-' ignated as "Leap Year Day." ning stage shows by Ward Singers. Sunday, March 1 Doors open at noon. Two and responsi . At peak visiting hours. security cards, change names due to marriage, etc. They win also assist interested visitors in obtaining a statement ·MARINE GLASS CO. HE 7-7471 MIRRORS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS at the HOME-O-RAMA ' ' Long Beach Arena --Feb. 26 thru March 1 afternoon and two evening qualified technical and admin- from the Baltimore, Md. ccn- free stage shows by Ward istrative personnel from the ter reflecting the total earn- Singers. I Long Beach Social Security ings reported for them. GET HOME-O-RAMA TICKETS Jack Homer, manager of the Long Beach Builders Exchange, p r e s e n t s tickets to Dean Haddix, right, president of the San Pedro Builders Exchange, and Jack Bell, exchange manager. Members of the San Pedro builders group win be honored Friday night at the Home-O-Rama. SEE ACME MATTRESS AT--THE HOME SHOW BOOTHS *608, '609, '610 THIS COMPLETE KINS SIZE BED ENSEMBLE FACTORY DIRECT TO YOU FROM ACME, INCLUDES: KING-SIZE 6i7-FOOT MATTRESS AND SPLIT BOX SPRINGS, KING-SIZE QUILTED MATTRESS PAD, TWO SHEETS, FOUR PILLOWCASES COMPLETE WITH STEEL BED FRAME At TWi fer Acme's low Prict ef Jusr: $ 50 Complete MATTRESS FACTORY 3415 EAST ANAHEIM STREET--GEneva 9-4903 OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS 'Til 9 P.M. AND IN SANTA ANA. TOO: Xlmbcrf* 3-2070 (CLOSED EYES. 411 WIST FIFTH SHEET. D6WNTOWN SANTA ANA SUN.] Two Builder Groups to Receive Honors Two Southern Califomiai Members of both groups juilding organizations wiH be'win be admitted to the show donored during the 5th annual, without charge and officers Long Beach Home-O-Rama win b« introduced to the which opens Wednesday, Feb.'crowds from the stage. 26, for a five-day run in the T^ Home-O-Rama is spon- Long Beach Arena. Tom E. Norcross, general chairman, said T h u r s d a y sored annually by the ton; Beach Builders Exchange to acquaint the public with the ^*^^., **,, «""·»««Jiacquaint Uie public with the night, Feb. 27, has been set progress being made by the aside as Orange County night, construction industry and In allied fields. A special invitation has been extended to the Orange County building organization . . _ . and members wffl be admittedlMaSSage U6YIC6 to the show free of charge on that night, Norcross said. · · · t j FRIDAY NIGHT, Feb. 23. has been set aside to fete members of the Harbor Builders Exchange. Will Be Exhibited ! Maxley M a s s a g e Equipment, which is starting distribution of 'equipment in Long Beach t h r o u g h the Golden Sun Distributing change extended a persona] invitation to Dean Haddix, who heads group. the San Pedro Don Anderson, president of ^l be ,." CCT '^ if* * lkib ' to T s the Long Beach Builders Ex- ~ - - at the Hooe-O-Rama. Patrons win learn how the massager is designed to increase circulation, ease tc$- ision and relieve some pains. Visit Our Booth and Sec the iMtcxt in x FRONT DOORS t~r P v. ,;* i.-^... * EXOTIC WALL PANELING * HOME IMPROVEMENT IDEAS * BATHROOM FIXTURES IK Gold-plated Finishes FREE CARPENTER APRONS for the asking W. M. Dary Co. 3605 E. ANAHEIM STREET 'l SAME LOCATION 30 YEARS IN LONG (EACH 1 SP S-1044 Ooe« I ta S GE 3-0437

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