The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on November 5, 1972 · 96
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 96

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-';ZQ SeC. F-S""" Nov- 5, 1972 - Zo3 flngtltg Zimt Stardust Will Expand 'Camperland' is, and each new one will be, equipped with utility and sewer hookups. It is on the same property as the hotel and offers campers their own swimming pool,' recreation hall, playground, laundry and showers. . Rentals are . $4 a niglft plus 50 cents for utility hookups. Occupancy- is-a first come, first served basis with a three day limit. The hotel said it has had to turn away business every day since the facility opened. !f The Stardust Hotel in Las Vegas has decided to expand , i t s Camperland recreational vehicle facility by 250 spaces just three weeks after its opening. The new spaces, which the hotel will try to have ready by next summer, will bring to 400 the total number of vehicle accommodations in the facility, which the hotel says is the first on the Strip and also the first recreation vehicle park, to be designed as an integral part of a major resort hotel. - Each Camperland space SPECIAL CLOSEOUT SAL l B (on a limited number of selected studio villas) VETS! $250 TOTAL MOVE IN COST! (that's less than "first-and-last" in a very ordinary apartment!) . NON-VETS! $1,050 TOTAL MOVE IN COST! (never so much for so little, never so fine a home so easy to own!) BE SURE TO SEE THESE "BUILDER'S BEST SELECTION" VILLAS TODAY! YEAR-END CLOSEOUT SALE ENDS WHEN THEY'RE GONE. Two and Three Bedroom Studio Villas VA No Down ; FHA and -Conventional Terms i ---3 " i .-A r J ' fromUZUVV VV V i j EXECUTIVE HOSTESS Mrs. Shirley Lee Mullinex opens doot to guests at her mobile vacation home in Pine Mountain a product of Lakewood Industries, Inc., Gardena manufacturing firm she heads as president, treasurer, owner. MAKES MOBILE HOMES Shirley's Surely an Unusual Executive The anti-stereotype of an Industrialist is Shirley Lee Mullinex, 34, president, treasurer and 97 owner of Lakewood Industries, Inc., Gardena mobile home manufacturer. Born Shirley Lee Met-calf in Dyess, Ark., she took a teaching degree at Arkansas State University and taught in that state and in Las Vegas, Nev., until coming to California to rejoin her family; cotton and rice farmers who had moved west in the interim. In 1964 she married George Mullinex, who was just beginning to manufacture travel trailers. She helped him with the business and, at his death in 1970, continued as head of the firm. At present she oversees a work force of more than 100 male production workers and office staff of both sexes with, she says, no masculine ego problems "I respect my staff and workers and they return my respect." She is a jogger and golfer, maintains her permanent home in . Buena Park and has a mobile home in Pine Mountain, in the Frazer Park area of Los Padres National Forest, for vacations and weekend getting away. Mrs. Mullinex is a member of the Trailer Coach Assn.'s Mobile Home Consumer Affairs Council and one of the 51 manufacturers showing their wares at the Mobile Home and R e c r e a t i onal Vehicle Fashionable for Freedom-loving Families! SHOWCASE PRESENTS (O TOWNEHOMES Garden Grove Bright, modern "Magazine Cover" towne-homes, and in Garden Grove's best value-established neighborhood. Here's high-style living at a moderate price. No exterior chores for owners ever. A limited community (there can only be 140 fortunate owners), La Jolla Townehomes provide a wealth of price-included extras: 2 'and 3-Bedrooms 2 and Vz Baths Carpeting and', Drapes Throughout ". Tub enclosures Insulated and Prepared for Air Conditioning Extra Large Private Patios Clubhouse and Swimming Pool Putting Green Therapy Spa Priced from' '25,500 VA, FHA and Conventional Terms Westminster at Brookhurst Garden Grove, California Sal"; Jf en,s (714) 534-6500 KUrta & associates I W I turn g Centra! Hall Floorplan Designs! Ilie Beautiful Stepsaver... Eases House keeping Chores... You'll Love It! Quality Homes by Krueger Development Company Show Tuesday through next Sunday in Dodger Stadium. The Natural World of Qapistmno in San Juan Capistrano Open daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Phone: (714) 493-1192 (714) 830-8481 A l)on payment of $1,050 (incl. closing costs), and 360 fixed monthly payments of $114 80 (Annual Percentage Rate 72) plus variable property taxes, insurance and Homeowners Association landscaping and maintenance fee, a total payment of $172.50 at current rates. Another Community by Westport Home Builders, Inc. a.', V. 20 minutest f Anahe.m "V santaAn. & 20 minutes to i SjntaMl. Newport Beich A (S : SAN 01 ECO twmK. X ... oppomiwif ; MgJUNIPEROSERRA vmxs Hunting'.on 'V Beach . . - , . sVw lCapistrano Aaguna Beach VT anClementeT' We'll teke She ccediHo? ow gas hydranie system. We'll also teke &he blames Not that we expect trouble, mind you. We just want you to know that when we sell you a Ray-dronics heating and cooling system for your apartment building, something else comes with it: one-source responsibility. That means we take full responsibility for every part we supply. In the unlikely event that something goes wrong with any of those parts, it's our problem, not yours. We do a few other important things for you, too. We have a licensed mechanical engineer design your Raydronics system from the ground up. And we steer clear of exotic components. Everything's standard. To make sure your system will be installed right, we ' recommend a contractor we'trust. We even tour the construction site regularly, just to see that everything's going the way it should. Once it's installed, you'll have the simplest and most economical central heating and cooling system around. After all, your heating system is also your hot tap water system, using the same boiler and the same loop of copper pipe. The cooling system is just chilled water circulating through a chiller and a second loop of copper or PVC pipe. In each apartment, these pipes are connected to thermostatically controlled heating and cooling coils.The coils are installed in the soffited-down ceilings of hallways, closets or individual rooms. Thermostatically controlled fans blow across the coils, heating or cooling the rooms through registers. Raydronics saves you money. Because it works off one master meter and uses inexpensive natural gas. It also eliminates the cost of furnaces, water heaters, compressors and a maze of ducts. Raydronics makes you money. Because a lot of that extra space can now become rental space. Raydronics even helps conserve energy. Because it uses fuel much more efficiently than other systems. Like to hear more about our remarkable system? We don't blame you. Give us a call at (213) 889-0619. s A Division of SByi.rr, Inc., 31111 Agoura Road, Westlake Village, California 91361. A

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