Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 73
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 73

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 16, 1961
Page 73
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·n E BLOCK WALL' NO DOWN PAYMENT W TO 34 MONTHS TO PAY WE ARE CONTINUING OUR WINTER SALE HARRIS FENCE GO. 3150 ORANGE AVE. CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATES fHONE GA 7-1487 ALL FBRST QUALITY--NO SECONDS In Brown or Beige Completely Installed Including pad, Tabor and door metals. 100% VIRGIN Tweeds Solids I Completely installed Including I pod, labor and door metals. CONTINUOUS FILAMENT IN HI-I.O Beige--Off White--Gold L Includes 5 4 - o x . Rubberized Pod, Door Metals and Labor. SQUARE YARD COMPLETELY INSTALLED CONTINUOUS RIAMENT CANDY STRIPE I Includes 54-oi, Rubbemcd Pad, I Door Metals and tabor. SQUARE YARD COMPLETELY INSTALLED HEAVY SHAG-TYPE 100% I9NDIAWOOL I Includes 54-oz. Rubberircd Pod, I Door Metals and Labor. COMPLETED INSTALLED REGULARLY" SJ9.95 SQUARE YARD TERMS: HOURS: 120 DAYS SAME AS CASH REGULAR BANK TERMS NO DOWN-- 36 MONTHS OPEN 10 TO 9 P.M. WEEKDAYS 10-6 SATURDAYS OPEN SUNDAY NOON 'TIL 6 [ 10571 Garden Grove Blvd., Garden Grove JE 7-7090 | (Between Cole's Marker and Hopper Chevrolet) Travel With Del a plane in Southland - · - 1 · r · · - - In final form afte rooms. There are 2 full expansion, the house has four becirooms and a total of eight 2 baths, attached garage. Basic plan contains only two bedrooms. HOUSE OF THE WEEK Home Grows Income RECONCILING the limited present with the promising future is one of the most d i f f i c u l t tasks facing a family planning to build a home. The problem can often lie stated in terms like these: If we build the house we cim afford now, we're bound to have to move in four to six years when we have more children and (hopefully) mure money. Usually there are oniy two By David L. Bowen apparent solutions. Hither a small house now and pray for a r e s a l e price good enough to make possible the purchase of a hipger home; or continue to rent and try to .save enough to finance the purchase of a completely adequate home. THE FIRST alternative means there is n certainty the family will eventually be up- rooted and moved to a new neighborhood; the second assumes the somewhat shaky premise that a growing family today actually can save large amounts of mcmt.y. In House of the Week B-52 Architect Rudolph Maiern presents a third alternative: Build now and expand the house as family and income increase. The plan is designed to grow and grow and grow-but not like Topsy. H starts How Interior and Exterior Grows...' BASIC HOUSE ) 7 1. ADD BEDROOM 2. ADD SIDE PORCH 3. ADD GARAGE.CONVERT PORCH TODAY1 at the INTERNATIONAL TRADE SHOW LONG BEACH AUDITORIUM It A.M. to 11 P.M. The most beautiful, breath - takino display of the latest, newly designed -- newly released, lighting fixtures ever shown. Our Cerliju'd Coiiiiillaiils "''11 to help tt'ilh )o problems. RETAIL SHOWROOM:

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