Independent from Long Beach, California on November 18, 1956 · Page 34
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Home Builders Institute Elects Pardee President George M. Pardee Jr. will be-!of new family formations and come the 15th president of the!the desire and need for better Home Builders Institute, succeeding R. Reese Myers, it was announced yesterday' by the HBI, trade association of Los Angeles-Orange County large- scale builders. Elected to take office with Pardee at the January meeting of the HBI are Milton J. Brock Jr., first vice president; Ben C. Deane, second vice president; John D. Griffith, secretary, and Ray K. Cherry, t r e a s u r e r . George O. Prussell will continue homes by established families. Said Pardee, "The trade area served by the HBI ranks second nationally in home building. The wide scope of home building here is making a major contribution to the entire economy, creating employment in all industries at all levels." The new HBI president-elect is a partner with his two brothers,' Hoyt S. and J. Douglas Pardee in the Pardee Construction Co., which his Jate father founded in 1921. The Pardee brothers are also partners with Gifford Phillips in. the Pardee- 'Story Book 1 Home Sales Are Soaring INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELEGRAM--C-5 Ions Bsach, Calif., Sunday. Nov. 18. 1*5* as executive vice president. | Phillips Construction Co. A member of a family which i- has been in the home building business in Southern California fo.r two generations, Pardee sees a continued growth of population · and an undiminished de- ma,.d for new homes. * * * * BEHIND THE CONTINUED need for new homes, he said, is heavy in-migration, a rising rate G. M.. PARDEE JK. Heads Builders in Area Features that equal or surpass those found in far more expensive homes are standard qualities of the moderately priced 3 and 4-bedroom, 2-bath homes of Chapman Woods" in . Garden Grove. According to a spokesman for the "Story Book" dwellings, buyers appreciate the spaciousness of the homes as well as the features and rapid, sales in the development reflect this appraisal. Immediate possession is still being offered, it was noted, and families may expect to be com- jpletely settled in their n e w I homes by the holidays. ! With built-in breakfast bars, ; food' pulverizers. General Elec-1 jtric washer-dryer combinations, Armstrong linoleum, and birch 'cabinetry, kitchens are almost' completely equipped. Other features winning strong approval are Pullman lavatories, colored bath fixtures, tiled stall showers, central hall planning and cathedral ceilings. Sliding "Horizon" window walls, free-standing fireplaces, cove lighting, backyard incinerators, Royal Jet forced air heat with summer ventilation, insulation and weatherstripping, oak flooring with raised foundations. Telejack-TV outlets, washable interior walls and two-car garages are more of the m a n y qualities that make Chapman Woods "Story Book" homes such extraordinary values. Located within easy access of major transportation to the industrial areas of Long Beach, Santa Ana and Los Angeles, Chapman Woods homes are dose to major shopping centers, fine" schools, churches and community activities. Such wholesome recreation areas as Disneyland, beaches, parks, resorts a n d mountains are all nearby or within short driving distance. Priced from. $13,850 to SK- 950. Chapman Woods homes are available for only S95 cash required. Furnished models are reached by driving out Garden Grove Blvd. (Seventh Gt.) to Hwy. 39, turning north to Chapman Ave. and east to 9th St. . WAIT for what you want to be offered in the Classified section. . . .? Dial HE 2-5959 and place a Wanted to Buy ad for quick satisfaction! NEW REALTY OFFICE · Doris and Gordan Hoffdahl have opened a new Lakewood real estate office known as D. Dahl Realty,_ 5439 South St. They have been in real estate in the Lakewood area over three years and have resided in Lakewood five years. ' " HERE ARE HAWAII CALLS Miss Barbara M o s s head of t h e Barbara Moss Real Estate Col lege, Carson St. and Orange Ave., will leave Wednesday for Hono lulu to conduct a five- day conference w i t h Realtors of the island Last y e a r s h e w a s called by the Honoltili Real Estate Board to set up multiple listin; service. This year the conference will d e a l with p r o b l e m s of a broker. Miss Moss will fly to Honolulu and return in. about 10 days: The monthly meeting of th Long .Beach'Chapter, Nations Association of Cost Accountants- will be held Wednesday at 6:3 p.m.. at the Lafayette Hote The meeting will be preside over by John C. C. Byrne, chap ter president and assistant sec retary and assistant controller Robertshaw-Fulton Controls Go G r a y s o n D: Beach. John E. Bib J r . , L o n Beach p l a n c o n t r o l l e r Douglas A i r craft Co.. wi speak on "Cos P r o b l e m of the Aircraf Industry." J. K. KIKl Bjbj , atten( J ed the University of Washington. University of Stanford, and UCLA and graduated with a major in the school of BusinesF Administration. He joined Douglas in 1935, and he has been serving as a plant controller for the last 12 years. The fall education forum of the chapter was held Wednesday at the Lafayette Hotel. "A Re-examination of C o s t Accounting O b j e c t i v e s a n d Methods" was the topic. Speakers were Jack Townsend, IBM representative; Fred Mill, assistant secretary and division controller of National Supply, Torrance; Paul Kircher' associate professor of accounting at UCLA, and R o b e r t Rothschild. CPA. George Martin, Robertshaw- Fulton Company, was moderator. Fred Rose Opens Les ASfos Office Fred Rose, former sales manager for seven years w i t h the Charles'E. Wright .Agency in Lakewood Village announced the opening of Fred Rose Realty at 2155 Bell- f l o w e r B l v d . , L o s A l t o s . ? " Rose has been I an active real estate broker in this area for the past 10 years. He is a member of the board of direct o r s o f t h e Long B e a c h FRED KOSK Board of Realtors, charter member and past chairman of the Lakewood-Los Altos Real Estate Assn., a member of the Lakewood Masonic Lodge and El Bekal Shrine of Long Beach. GOOD REASONS WHY YOU CAN AFFORD A 0: W?W Non-vet or vet, It's as staple as 1-2-3 . . . the wide choice of handsome homes offered to you by Signature . . . in a range of prices and terms tailored to your income . . . each home possessing the same superior Signature quality construction and craftsmanship. Put your savings -- and your confidence -- into any of these Signature Homes and enjoy the dividends of a truly wise investment today . . . and the years ahead! V^^^x^3fe* $ ' 'SPECIAL EDITION" f rom GARDEN GROVE VA FHA TERMS vets from $234 DOWN ph. «* * »* non-vefsfrom $52.50 MONTH pn -n 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS \\\ from GARDEN GROVE You get value extraordinary in thesa CONSTRUCTION at this remarkably low price... rugged raised foundations... rich hardwood floors over 2" sub-flooring real cedar shingle roofs'.Even'if you planned to spend far more, better see these homes first! SEE 3 FURNISHED MODELS at Dale, between Ball Rd. Cerritos, Garden · Grove. Open Daily Sunday 10 A.M. to 8PM. Phone JAckson 7-9420; VA FHA TERMS veisfrom $316 DOWN P r« «* * mp**h ron-vef; from $66.42 MONTH prise, t M. *"** CfH° Lrtfoffl FROM LOS ANGELES, tatt. '*· Jj" 1 " *JJ 7lh St. (which becomes Cord en toreive Mvct) to Highway 39, th.n left to Boll «d. Right on Boll 10 Dale, then tight again on Dale to models. 3 BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM OR 4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS -rrnrrr Years-ahead styling combines modern elegance with old- fashioned charm in these traditional Signature homes. Fabulous features include color styled O'Ksefe Meritt Deluxe built-in Gas Ranges Ovens, wood-burning fireplaces, | "Cathedral" ceilings and many more, luxury features. SEE 4 FURNISHED MODELS at Magnolia Cerritos, Garden Grove. Open Daily Sunday 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. Phone: JAckson 7-9913. FROM LOS ANGELES, tale Santo Ano Freeway to Magnolia Ava. and turn right. Continue 3 miles to Models at Cerritai. FROM LONG BEACH drive East on 7th St. [.which becomes Garden Grove Blvd.) to Magnolia, then left 3 miles to Models at Cerritos--OR drive out Carson (becomes " Lincoln Ave.) to Magnolia and turn right 1 mile to Cerritos. ESTATES » SUNNY HILLS f rom FULLERTON 3 BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM OR 4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS '22.990 VA, FHA and CONVENTIONAL TERMS vets from $460 DOWN P l« »,* * impTM** non-ve/s from $91.36 MONTH pri«. i M, Custom-styled homes in exclusive ) to $50,000 Wflltti* I fi i !m~ community of gently winding streets, ^ individually terraced lots - spacious homes featuring GENERAL ELECTRIC all-electric kitchens with G.E. built-in* such as Range Oven, Automatic Dishwasher, Washer-Dryer Combination; Wall-Hung Refrigerator-Freezer and . Disposall.' SEE 2 FURNISHED MODELS by Lloyd's of Long Beach. Open Daily Sunday 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. Phone: LAmbert 5-9802' »»·,,, Fir* LINCOLN MOM IDS ANGELES, take Scnto Ana Fre«- way to Commonwealth Ave., then left . (East) on Commonwealth to Riehman Ave t turn left (North) on Richman and conlinu. on Richmon to Highland Ave. Turn right on Highland to models. SAME SIGNATURE QUALITY IN 3 PRICE RANGES!

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