Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on November 5, 1961 · Page 52
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INEW GREYHOUND DEPOT Providing a large waiting room with ample parking for incoming and outgoing vehicles, the new Greyhound Bus Depot is now open at 133 Long Beach Blvd. It formerly was at 220 E. First St. Independent* IVess ^ LONO 1EACH 12, CALIF., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, ]«l .(^BUSINESS DEPARTMENT IN BUSINESS CIRCLES Name Manager for New US. National Rossmoor Leisure World Thronged Opening Week Lee E. Swanson, assistant! vice president-administration, United States National Bank, has been named manager of the bank's new downtown Long Beach main office, which opens soon. Swenson is immediate past president of the Costa Mesa Since its official opening 25,000 persons have visited Rossmoor Leisure World, the nation's first senior citizen development to include an insured program of medical care and drugs, excluding hospitalization, in monthly payments f o r cooperative apartments. "About 500 apartments in the first'.unit of 844 were sold in the first 10 days by private appointment and 67 were sold Sunday," reported i. William Or. Brangham, gen- \ cral sales manager. j * * * * 1 THE U N I Q U E develop- I ment, planned for completion jjj in two years, will comprise I 6,750 one and two bedroom | apartments. Builder is Ross 1 W. Cortese. Minimum age for owner eligibility is 52 years. When completed, the entire project will include a medical center, golf course, county library, 12^-acre shopping center, a 2,500-seat amphitheater with a retractable roof, churches for all major faiths and three elaborate clubhouses with banquet facilities for 600 persons and hobby centers for woodworking, ceramics, sewing, courts. One clubhouse is already near completion. The medical program will go into effect when the first residents move in early in 1962, said Lewis M. Letson, administrator of the Golden Rain Foundation, a non-profit organization which will administer and operate al! medical, recreational a n d maintenance facilities. U N U S U A L construction features of the 541-acre de- velopment are: No steps or stairs anywhere in Leisure World- only ramps and grades. Street curbs are rolled. Electrical outlets a r e placed two feet above the ground so no bending is necessary. Sit-down seats in the shower rather than tubs to avoid slipping accidents. All of the apartments are soundproof. Extra-wide hallways provide 36 inches. Built-in safety night lights to a v o i d groping for switches in the dark. Twelve furnished model apartments are open daily for inspection. To reach the community from Long Beach drive east on Seventh St. to one block west of Los Alamitos Blvd. LEE E. SWENSON Heads New Downtown Ban Chamber of Commerce. Whil with the bank in Orang County, he also was activ in United Fund, March o Dimes, Red Cross and Boy Club. Allen Danielson, of 79 3 4 4 BEDROOMS, 2 FULL BATHS GENUINE LATH AND PLASTER SHAKE, CEDAR SHINGLE ROOFS CERAMIC TILE THROUGHOUT WASTE KING DISHWASHER FLOOR-TO-CEILING FIREPLACE O'KEEFE MERRITT BUILT-INS *19,25O to *2O,85O r VA NO DOWN · FHA 35 YR.- 5 1 /4% ..· Conventional Terms @ 6% ALLEN DANIELSON Named Assistant Manage Salida Ave., co-winner of tl American Institute of Ban ing's national debate contes has been appointed assista manager under Swenson. in long Beach JUST MADE AVAILABLE a limited number of homes: 4 bedrooms · family room · 2 baths ONE FURNISHED MODEL HOME 3 Bedrooms · Family Room · 2 Baths LANDSCAPED--will sell complete! THE SALE OF 4 ACRES OK THE TRAFFIC CIRCLE TO THE TAYLOR BUILDING DEVELOPMENT CORP. OF COMPTON Has Been Announced bv 1h» BERNHARDT REALTY CO. Who Represented Both Buyer Seller Buyers Plan la Build d Deluxe 162-Unlt Apartment House The bank opens Nov. 13, at 0 Pine Ave. with an open luse from 4 to. 9 p.m., ac- irding to Voler L. Viles, re- onal vice president B R O A D W A Y - H A L E TORES, INC. announced lat negotiations have been oncluded for the sale of the usiness and related assets of ohrmann Hotel Supply Co. o Starrett Corp. for approx- mately $10,000,000 in cash. Dohrmann, a subsidiary of :roadway-IIale, is one of the ountry's oldest and largest otel and restaurant supply lusinesses. The 111 year old ompany maintains facilities n 19 cities throughout the vestern United States and Hawaii. Starrelt Corp., listed on the American Stock Exchange, lumbers among its subsidiaries Albert Parvin Co., ong prominent in the field of lotel decoration and furnish- ng- In commenting on the ransaction Edward W. er, president of Broadway- Hale, and Albert Parvin, pres- dent of Starrett, emphasized hat the Dohrmann Hotel Supply Co. will continue as an autonomous operation under present management leaded by Harold Pischel. Upon conclusion of the proposed sale it is contem- )lated that the Dohrmann re- ail business will be consoli- INTO NEW HOME Dean Hoffman, one of the Southland's largest electrical appliance firms, has moved into this new building at 975 E. Willow St. The facility permits much larger displays. Dean Hoffman in New, Larger Site dated with Stores, Inc. Broadway-Hale The oldest and largest exclusive appliance sales and service center in the Southland, Dean Hoffman has moved to a new location in an expansion of facilities. Just opened, the new facilities are at 975 E. Willow St. Started more than 36 years ago by W. James Dean, the firm was located many years at 221 Long Beach Blvd. In 1958 it was moved to 2G48 Cherry Ave. * * * * RONALD J. DEAN, the present owner and son of the founder, said the new building has more than 9,000 square feet and two large parking areas. The largest Westinghouse dealer in the area, the firm now has a complete built-in kitchen center on display They act as sub-distributor for Westinghouse for contractors and builders. Besides the large showroom floor, the company has a complete parts and service department for all appliances and has four radio-dispatch service trucks In operation. JACK GLENN and Dale Willis, owners of Triangle Service, Inc., Long Beach, announced appointment of Herman Schaller as director of sales. Triangle Service, Inc., pioneered the continuous flow survey for quantitatively determining flow rates and profiles in wells, particularly water-injection wells. STEPHEN PATRICK, manager of Home Savings and Loan Association's Lakewood office, 4909 Lakewood Blvd., has been elected assistant vice president, according to Kenneth D. Patrick Fiesta Show at Shopping Center Crafts Fiesta Show will b at Bixby Knolls Shoppin Center five days, startin Wednesday. The Merchants Associatio of the center is ;he show :hat there Childs president, joined Home's Lakewood office in May, 1960 and was appointed manager in March of this year. He the Ex| change Club, VFW, American Legion and Elks Club. Beverly I. Gruber, also an employe in the Lakewood of- holds membership in Lakewood-Los Altos » $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ MAKE EXTRA $ $ $ IN REAL ESTATE 4-Week Revolving Course -- 8 Evening Clanet plus Review and Sample State Examination FREE Discussion on "Careen in Real Estate" plus exciting COLOR FILM to be given November 9th at 7:30 P.M. Admission by RESERVATION ONLY. For information -and *** School Brochure call and will sponsonn announce be specia rides for .young and old a lalf price. A double ferri wheel that towers eigh stories high is among th rides. Chucko the TV clown wl oe on hand Saturday morn ing at 10 a.m. with a specia show for the youngsters. The center is on Atlanti Avenue just north of San An tonio Drive. HArrison 1-8481 THE MOORE REAL ESTATE SCHOOL 4151 E. CARSON lot Lakewood Blvd.) $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ fice, has been elected assis ant sacretary. # * * * PRIVATE investigations an polygraph examinations a r offered by Robert E. Barric and Associates in their ne^ firm here, Industrial Pol graph Screening Co., 303 Pa jcific Ave. The polygraph (1 'detector) tests are availablet companies forpre-employment screening. RONALD J. DEAN "Moves Into Expanded Quarters .ease Values o Be Discussed Leasehold valuations f o r esidential properties will ba iscussed at a meeting of the Long Beach Chapter of the lociety of Residential Appraisers Wednesday evening at the Lafayette Hotel. Her. ert N. Blair, a senior mem- er and a director of t h e Drange County chapter will je the speaker. The meeting will be at 6:30 p.m., said John C. Foster, vice ^resident and program chairman.' Preceeding Blair's talk will be an introduction of new members. Eugene C. Hoffman, Southern California regional adv i s o r for the society will report on the recent meeting in Los Angeles with the international president, John H. Merrell of Cleveland. V E T E R FEATURE-FOR-FEATURE, OOLLAR-FOR-DOLLAR, THERE IS NO BETTER HOME INVESTMENT! TROM * 2 Baths * 3 or 4 Bedrooms * Family Room * Extra Spacious Kitchen Eating Area * Kenlile Vinyl Floor Tile . . * Genuine Lath i Plaster Construction per mont " * AND TUBE'S MORE! . (Ind. Pl) From Its Angeles, take the Santa Ana Freeway to Artesia Ave. turnoff, then straight ahead (South) on Knott to tincoln Ave. and HAVE YOUR OWN HOMEj right away! You will find the home of your dreams in "Homes for Sale" in Classified, the town's marketplace of available property. E S T A T E S Your Last Chance 10 Own a COLLEGE PARK QUALITY HOME \ Z^S I m *h* C/fy of long Beocfc . C H SCORES OF 'LUXURY FEATURES Magnificent All-Electric FRIGIDAiRE Kitchen --Frigidaire range top · built-in double oven · automatic dishwasher · disposer Excellent Financing Available FHA · CONVENTIONAL · GAL-VET w Architect-Designed' 1*22: it!*! OPEN HOUSED Just Completing 6-Umt, 2-Bedroom Apartment 1891 CANAL AYE. CAN BE BUILT ON YOUR LOT --100% FINANCING AVAILABLE OVER 100 PLANS TO CHOOSE FROM MINHICK CONSTRUCTION CO. 16435 PIONEER BLVD., NORWALK "Wt luild and Finance Where Others Can't" Open Evtry Doy--Sun. Incl.--10 A.M. t* 7 F.M Keep your eye on the Jergins Trust Building g|jyyy iidc.- THE OWNER-MANAGEMENT AND STAFF WELCOME AS TENANTS IN THE JERGINS TRUST BUILDING Ocean Boulevard and Pine Avenue the new Branch Offices of NATIONAL AIRLINES DELTA AIR LINES UNIVERSE TRAVEL Watch for further announcement of other new tenancies Available, fine office space Reasonable rates HEmlock 6-2283

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