The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on June 9, 1963 · 112
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 112

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:?! " ' " ft REMODELING Work has started, on remodeling project covering first ond second stories of the I. W. Hellmon Building ot 4th and Spring Sts. which will become headquarters of the newly formed Bank of Los Angeles. Architects are Langdon Cr Wilson. Contractor, Jones Bros. Cost estimated at $300,000. New Safety f Program for lAGC Stated v , An intensified safety pro gram for the construction in dustry has been announced by the Southern California i Chapter of Associated General Contractors, whose member firms perform ap- proximately $1.5 billion of contract construction in 11 gouthern counties of California each year. The AGC ha3 maintained a continuing program to promote safety in construction for many years, but its executives feel that a more positive approach is needed to produce the results in accident prevention which can he accomplished in the industry. The new approach will be in line with the national AGC Safety Certification Program, according to John White, chairman of the chap ter safety committee. Objectives The principal objectives of this program, Mr. Witte ex plained, will be the follow ing: 1 To establish positive evidence of effective self-po- ricing of safety activities by the construction industry. 2 To set definite goals for reducing disabling injuries on the 10b site. 3 To give proper recognition to AGC member firms achieving these goals. "In other words," Witte said, "the AGC wants its members to be able to prove that they are safe contrac tors. We plan to accomplish this by conferring annual safety recognition certificates upon our contractor members who carry on an approved safety program in their operations. "We intend to conduct this program with increasing in tensification this is, by pro gressively better goals of construction safety." , ' G " :';;0 I VIM N 1 ' 1 1 i f i i ; rv .. ' v.- 'i ' I : Si Industry Site Rezoned SANTA ANA Council- men bave rezoned a large parcel of industrial land on the west side of Lyon St., eouth of Warren adjoining the Southern Pacific Railroad line to R-4 use to per mit construction of a garden apartment development. FAIR PROJECT Architect Welton Becket, left, and Walt Disney examine segment of General Electric pavilion model, one of two pavilions Becket and Disney are designing for New York World's Fair. Harbor Entertainment Center to Open 1st Unit The new $10 million Ports of Call recreational and tourist complex in the Port of Los Angeles will open Its first phase to the public on June 28 for a two-week break-in period before the July 13 grand opening. First phase of the develop ment is the old California Village, featuring authentic Monterey architecture and incorporating gas lights, cob blestone streets and aquati- callv oriented recreational facilities. Located on the main channel of the Los Angeles Harbor entrance, the inter national theme is typified by the constant traffic of merchant ships, luxury liners, fishing boats and small-craft from all over the world that pass back and forth in front of the development The Ports of Call is being developed by prominent Southern California restaurateur David C. Tallichet, who also built and operates the Reef Restaurant, Ports O' Call Restaurant, Casta way Restaurant and Pieces of Eight Restaurant. Beginning with the July 13 grand opening the village development will feature regular entertainment each week, again emphasizing the international theme of the facility Admission .will be free and ample free parking will be provided. Space Project in Pasadena at Halfway Mark PASADENA Construc tion has reached the half way point on the $2 million Space Flight Operations facility being built by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory of Caltech at 4800 Oak Grove Dr. The building la expected to be ready for late Septem ber occupancy. Albert C. Martin and Asso ciates planned, designed and engineered the 80,000 sq.-ft., three-story structure. Craig R. Sturm is project manager, and Dave Larson is project designer. General contractor is Alco Co., Inc. or Los Angeles. Precast concrete panels 3b ft. high, with a textured finish of exposed colored aggregate form the window- less exterior walls on the lower two levels. In contrast the penthouse - like third floor will feature expansive glass sheets set in light steel frames. A 10-ft-wide eyebrow protects the glass from direct sun rays. Moveable dry walls and demountable acoustical tile ceilings will insure maximum interior spatial flexibility. Carpeting will cover floors in computer area as an additional sound control device. The facility will serve as the central point for collecting and analyzing data re-ceived from deep -space-probe vehicles. An Interior highlight will be a mezzanine gallery where selected personnel may view laun-chings and other activities on a massive television command screen. The , building has been designed for future expansion. Bill of Rights Approved" byNAREB A "Property Owners' Bill of Rights," championed by a Californian, L. H. Wilson of Fresno, gained national recognition this week when it was unanimously approved by the National Assn. of Real Estate Boards, meeting in Chicago. Wilson is president of the California Real Estate Assn. He is one of the principal authors of the statement, first drawn up last March by CREA as a means of stressing the rights as well as the obligations of prop erty owners, real estate bro kers and salesmen. "We are apprehensive," Wilson said, "over continu ing erosion of our liberties and the loss of freedoms by our citizens and property owners. "In California, CREA la re sisting class legislation, spe cial privilege legislation and special rights laws. We plead for equal rights for all as guaranteed by the Constitu tion. "In particular," he contin ued, "and especially for the property owner, we seek to maintain the right of selec tion, the right to sell or rent to "whom and whomever he pleases." Apartments Planned POMONA Permits have been issued to W. A. Couch for construction of two apartment buildings in the 800 block of S Buena Vista Ave. at a total cost of $214,- 000. One will be a 27-unit structure and the other 5 units. W SCHOLARSHIP-Ticbard E. Morse, 17-year-old senior at Palm Springs Vligh School, center, is first recipient of $1,000 George E. Cameron Jr. Scholarship for electronic students.; At presentation ceremonies are Bob McWhirter, left, of Cameron Enterprises and Dr. Calvin E.AixJersccy h&gr school principal, v Hotel Sahara Expansion Virtually Done at Vegas Expansion of the Hotel Sa-. jhara 'at Las Vegas 13 virtually complete, and the hostelry now towers 24 stories into the sky, boasts more than 1,000 deluxe rooms and suites and can handle two large conven tions at the same time in its twin convention centers. Swimming cools, exclusive restaurants and bars sprout from almost every corner. The hotel has become so large that even the "quickie" tour lasts 45 minutes. By Leaps and Bounds A directory of facilities stands 5 ft high in the lobby. The banara took its first toddling steps in October, 1952, under president Milton Prell, who immediately real ized his- Initial goal of 200 rooms was too short. - Accordingly, Prell ordered the construction of 200 more rooms the' following year, and by 1960 the 200-room Sahara Tower had poked its 14 stones up from the Strip to give the hotel a 600-room capacity. Came then the merger of the Hotel Sahara and its downtown La3 Vegas affiliate, The Mint, into the Del E. Webb Corp. in September, 1961, and plans for the 400-room Sahara Skyscraper which has just about reached its completion. -. Each room In the Skyscraper is equipped with re mote controlled television, plus radio. C OF C TO VIEW FILMED STUDY OF. MARINA F'ihns . depicting how the' 'Lexington, , Ky, model basin was used to study causes of th -'"recent damage ,"t ' the :'; Marina del Rey W11 be ' shown the Construction Industries Committee of the Chamber of ' Com-; merce Wednesday. The speaker will be CoL ..Earl G. Peacock, district engineer for the US. Army Corps of Engineers. Col. Peacock will de-:::Beribe the findings and outline suggestions for remedial work to make . the marina safer from ocean storms. The program will be conducted at the chamber's Bixel St headquarters. Brand New Urot. D B Now Mi School Projects Let NORCO Contract for construction of additions to three schools here Norco, Coronita and Garretson has been awarded to Emery C. Jackson, of Riverside, on a low bid of $406,000. V;. 5 v.- INTRODUCING. . . a completely new concept in MOBILE LIVING ALL HOTEL FACILITIES Telephone Switchboard Service Maid Service Room Service. ; ' v '' , Golf Course Clubhouse with dining and bar Across the street from the beach Furnished Models now on display Reserve Now for summer move-in "The only park of its kind in America? 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