Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on January 4, 1959 · Page 64
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 64

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-PARADE OF PROGRESS Independent-Preu-Telegrtm i-. ···*. w». ·». *·· * me Coast Federal Now Has Office in L B. Continuing Its program of h e l p f u l employees of Coast HUB OF MUCH TRAFFIC The Long Beach Traffic Circle, at times a puzzle to visiting motorists, serves as a hub of much traffic coming and going to the city. This photo, looking ..east, shows Pacific Coast Hwy. in the foreground, while to the left is Lakei-wood Blvd. and in the upper left is Los Coyotes Diagonal. same general area can be secured, it presents us the opportunity to offer our many members' in Long Beach personal sendee as of now." Under the leadership of Joe Sound Academic Training Provided in L B. Schools Graduates of Long Beach City College are making out standing scholastic records al major colleges and universities Recent follow-up studies on the Lakewood campus o£ the City College show that many LBCC graduates go on to achieve Phi Beta Kappa keys special honors and scholarship avjards in their upper division work. £mong recent City College graduates, William H, Marmion now a graduate student at the Utilversity of California, has just been awarded a Rotary Foundation Fellowship for a yefer's study in Latin America, J · · · * * A- MARMION, also a graduate o f t W o o d r o w Wilson High School, went to the University off;California with a scholarship from the LBCC Liberal ·· Arts Division s t u d e n t body, after maintaining a straight-A average during his two years om.'the Lakewood campus. He wajs elected to Phi Beta Kappa ·t'.Berkeley last spring. jCathryn Upton, valedictorian of jthe 1956 City College gradu- atfng class, was elected to Phi Beta Kappa at UCLA last spring and was one of three wd'men students out of 500 admitted to the UCLA Medical School this year. Benjamin Cunningham, named "Outstanding Man of the Year" Bt City College in 1956, was elected to Phi Beta Kappa last spring at the University of Southern California, where he is now doing graduate work in business administration. Norval Rindfleisch, a 1955 City College graduate, went to the University of Chicago with a Boyd Foundation Scholarship, was elected to Phi Beta Kappa there, and later received a national Woodrow Wilson Fellow ship Award. He is now work ing for his Ph.D. at the Uni versity of California. * * · · THESE FOUH STUDENT: are representative of a larg number of City College gradu ates who have gone on to exce academically in upper divisio and graduate work. As a group, City Colleg transfers to Stanford Univer city have maintained a 2.9 grade-point average, equivalen to a B, according to figure furnished by Stanford. Similar figures from the Uri versity of California indicat that LBCC transfers at all ma jor campuses have performe as well as, or even better than these students who enter th university as freshmen. The same University of Call :ornia study, which cover transfers from nearly 70 junio colleges in the state, shows tha comparative achievemen (the grades received by the lame student in a junior col ege and later at. the uniyer sity), the.Long Beach City Col ege products rank well abov the average for transfers from all other community colleges. * * * * CITV C O L L E G E OFFICIALS on the Lakewood campus have also been interested in learning what their former students think of the training they received here. Follow-up questionnaires and interviews have been devised to answer some of the following questions: "Do you feel that you received adequate preparation for upper division work at Long Beach City College? If you had it to do all.over again, would you again choose to attend City C o l l e g e for your first two years? What could we have done to make your experience here more valuable?",. To the first two questions, the response of former students has been decidedly affirmative. The . great majority^ of those responding to questionnaires Have praised the quality of instruction, and instructors, at LBCC. To the third question, former students have respond, ed with a number of constructive suggestions. The evidence at hand indicates sound academic preparation in the Long Beach Unified School District,, from the lower grades through the City College. All 'of the various kinds of follow-up studies, made here and elsewhere, indicate two main points: (1) City College graduates do well in advanced college work, and (2) the students themselves testify to the quality of their academic training here. "going to the customer," Coast Federal Savings and Loan East First St. this past summer. Joe Crail, president of Coast Federal, stated that, Federal Besides the fact that a size- Assn. opened an office at 237 able number of Coast Federal employes and customers live in the Long Beach area. Its founders, Congressman Joe Crail While the present location is and Justice Charles Crail, as a temporary one until larger, well as Coast Federal's pres- more suitable quarters in the 'ent president Joe Crail, have been prsidents of the Iowa Society. And of course, many of the members of the famous Iowa Assn. are residents of Long Beach. Rich Mathers, a Long Beach unaer me leaaersmp 01 joe resident ; is managc r O f Coast Crail, president since 1939,1 Federal's local office. A long- Coast Federal Savings has he- longtime Coast Federal employe, come the 3rd largest savings Mathers Jiad practical mana- and loan association in the world with assets of over $300,000,000, and with members in each of the 48 states and many 'oreign countries. Yet with this world-wide membership, Coast Tederal has achieved its great success in the savings and home oan field through rendering personalized service, Crail em- )hasizes. * * * » THE A S S O ' c i A T I O N l s ings departments before being appointed to his present position. He is steeped in Coast Federal's policy of "service and more service to the customer member." While the local office operates as a home town association, providing complete savings and home loan service for the people of Long Beach and the surrounding area, it backed by the assets and tre proud of the fact that its out-.mendous reserves of Coast Fei landing growth record has'eral to insure the security o been due to the referral of new members by customers who lave experienced and enjoyed doing business with the friendly, their customers' savings, an its vast credit reservoir to pro vide ample money for horn loans. Building Fees $196,000 in Year The City Building and Safety Dept. collected f e e s totaling $196,155.03 last fiscal year, according to an annual report by City Auditor John E. Mansell. Included in this sum was $3,315.15 for oil well p e r m i t s which, by charter provision, was allotted to the General- Bond Redemption and Interest Fund. Appropriations for the department totaled $404,935, of which $397,918.12 was expended. JOE CRAIL President of Coast Federal KICH MATHERS Manages Long Beach Office SOME OF FISHING FLEET Throughout the inside harbor sections of both the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, scenes like this are common as big purse seiners and tuna clippers rest between seasons. COTTON SHIPPING HEAVY The Port of Long Beach leads in the shipment of American cotton, sent to foreign ports for processing. Here are two scenes, showing the bales of cotton on a dock and how the longshoremen are loading a ship right to the hatch. ONE OF 32 STREAMLINED VEHICLES SERVING THE SOUTHLAND UNIFORM RENTAL SERVICE "Why buy when we supply" Our excellent reputation Is besed en these services to Industry: · Shirts and Pants * Coveralls · Shopcoats · Aprons · Wiping Cloths · Shop Towels · Fender Covers INDUSTRIAL UNIFORM RENTAL LONG BEACH 2114 GAYLORD Phones: HE 2-8409 or NEvada 6-4379 STEEL SPANS FOR BIG BRIDGE This study in steel was taken beneath the new Ocean Blvd. bridge which will span the Los Angeles River arid the harbor entrance o f ' t h e freeway. The bridge will be open to traffic in a few months.--(Staff photo.) Business Is Better of These 2 Key Shopping Centers Here's big news for the merchant: Business is good and growing at BIXBY KNOLLS SHOPPING CENTER and CIRCLE SHOPPING CENTER. Merchants located in these centers averaged an 11 per cent increase in business in the first 10 months of 1958, while the Southern California retail sales were generally off about 2 per cent. Why was this? Smart shoppers find the greatest variety, the best values and the easiest free parking at the DIXBY KNOLLS SHOPPING CENTER and CIRCLE SHOPPING CENTER. Here's an even better reason: The center of population in Long Beach is at a point almost directly between BIXBY KNOLLS SHOPPING CENTER and CIRCLE SHOPPING CENTER. This means that the greatest concentration of homes in the City lies within a three-mile radius of these two smart, modern centers, and is served by both. More than a quarter million homes are in this heartland, representing a gross income totaling well over $300,000,000. BIXBY KNOLLS SHOPPING CENTER and CIRCLE SHOPPING CENTER are the natural shopping outlets to tap this magnificent market. Easy to reach--acres of free parking. For the merchant seeking the best trading spot in town, call or write today to: Jotham Bixby Co.-Bixby Land Co. Long Beach, California Security Building HEmlock 6-4265

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