Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on October 26, 1930 · Page 60
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SUNDAY Oaklanrj Crfbune OCTOBER 26, 1930 r E WILL BE SPANISH STYLE Fairway Estates Residence Planned for Oak Knoll. Officials of th. Oak Knoll Land Corporation have approved plant Tfl i lor another Spanish country club home in the Fairway Estate sec. tlon of Oak Knoll, construction work on which will start within a - few days. This- home. In common with those more recently designed for this residential district, shows a unique floor plan and room arrangement. A description read: "On the main floor the maid's room, laundry and kitchen are tn a separate wing which Is connected with the- balance of the . house by - the dining room and entry hill. A loggia, upon which the dining room and entry hall opens, la an 'interesting feature of this home. "The wing containing the service quarters Is set. at an angle to tbv main portion of the house,, with a stone terrace fitting the area at the rear. The loggia occupies a portion of one side. The living room open on this terrace, and has two doors opening out into the aide garden. The living room ts generous in size, being 27 Vs feet long by 1 feet wide. "Upstairs there are three bedrooms, the master bedroom being 21 by It west with an unusually large bath. Another bath serve the other two bedrooms, "The main entrance to the home la distinctly Monterey Spanish, being narrow in width with stone steps and a tiled entrance porch. An enclosed patrlo with wooden gates affords entrance to the 2-car garage. A full, hand-made tllo root adds color to the home." Factory Makes Yardsticks Here Oiange, lemon, terra cotta, red, lacquered and natural wood yardsticks, made of Port Orford white cedar, are being used widely as advertising mediums and goodwill favors, according to B. J. Boorman, of the Boorman Lumber company, which manufactures ' these articles. Furniture and carpet houses, hard war stores, department stores, glass a 1 paint houses, lumber yards, etc, have placed orders with the company for yardsticks carrying their name and sign or trademark, and last month the finished yardsticks found their way irfto eight states and the Hawaiian Inlands. The Boorman Lumber company, 10035 East Fourteenth street, says It learned that there was not a factory' west of Michigan engaged In the manufacture of three-foot yardsticks, and entered the field a year ago. This required special equipment,' which was contracted . lor and designed through local machine-, shops.- This special machinery Is electrically controlled and driven, the press having a capacity ot 7000 Impressions per hour. . Get FROM A jDonaea nean Dealer "Bonded Heating". Costs No Mora GOOD HEATING cannot be bought "OVER THE COUNTER," Every heating installation presents a different and varied problem. V GOOD HEATING cannot be bought ON PRICE ALONE. An installation hould be first planned, then the proper equipment telected and the cost estimated accordingly. GOOD HEATING U an engineering problem that should be worked out by a concern lhat it expert in the heating trade. Whether the installation is for a single room or the largest building, time, trouble and expense are laved by consulting a reputable heating concern before he order it placed. Any of the following "Bonded Heating" concern will gladly tend a representative to plan and estimate a correct gas heating' system for yon without obligation or annoying sales methods. : Pacific Gas Appliance Co. . . . . 19th and Market Street. .HI ghgate 2480 Superior Metal Product Co.-. . 44th and Market Street. .PI edmont 2032 ,Airport Sheet Metal Work. . . 4339 East 14th Street. . . .FRiiitvale 4672 Aladdin Heating Corporation . 5107 Broadway ........ .OL ympic 5424 Dickson & Holbrook ........ 2180 Dwight Way, Berk. .BE rkeley 0347 Ruud Heater Co. i 320 13th Street ..... .'; . .GL encourt 0314 Pallard-Seagrave Co., Agents Atlas Heating and Ventilating Co., 32rj'd and Louise ...LAkeside 1266 Ke-ro-co Heater Co 132 14th Street. . . . . .... .HI ghgate 3938 ,. - ' i -' - - ' . , .:.,' Furnace Dealers' Association of Northern California, Inc. Builders' Exchange Building Phone GL encourt 7400 New Residence for Oak Knoll Oak Knoll, scenic Country Club development commanding a sweeping panorama of the entire Bay ret, ii rapidly building up with many beautiful Tiom e. One of the latest of these attractive residence it pictured above. fsicj uses T The use of electricity both for industrial purposes and In the home is showing a steady Increase in the Union ot South Africa, according to ' Assistant Trade Com missioner E. B. Lawson In a bulletin released today by the department of commerce. This Increase, It ts pointed out, has been reflected in Increased shipments of electrical goods from the United States. Last year total American exports of this class haa a value of approximately 12,000,- 000, which was four timet the figure registered In 1022, The report shows a consistent Increase in the amount of electrical current generated in the Union by the 150 or more central stations, alternating current consumption showing the greater gains. The importance of ample supplies of electricity, the report declares, wat recognized by the authorities several years ago by the passage ot an electricity act, tty virtue or which the regulation of electric power projects is more onaless cen tered In two government bodies.' Industrial developments in the Union, since definite steps were taken to foster th operation of local factories, have resulted In Increased demand for electrlo motive power. During the past fifteen years the number ot plants using electricity has more than doubled, these now numbering 1000. The mines afford a very important outlet for electric current In the Union of South Africa, accord-ingMo th Bulletin, accounting for about 76 per cent of the current consumed in the Transvaal. Al though little progress has been made In Introducing electrlo equipment on the farms, this field appears" to offer a vast potential market. In the dairying branch of agriculture the use of electricity is sieaauy expanding. i fclhie facts ng before purchasing HEATING EQUIPMENT J "the dirt free, irutantly responsive fuel. . v. Reduction of ' Cotton Urged By U.S. Board The federal farm board announced today that In cooperation with the UiSlted States department of agriculture. It-will invite a series of conferences In the south looking toward a reduction in the acreage of cotton and a readjustment of the farming programs ot cotton farmers. The acreage plnntert to cotton this year was 45,800,000. The board believes that 40,000,000 acres Is the danger line and that the south as a whole should reduce acreage to that point. The board comments: 'There are, of course, other steps for readjustment of the south's farmlitfr program besides reduction of the acreage of cotton. The south produces too much cotton of poor character and staplelind too little of the better staples. There Is too much unproductive and, therefore, unprofitable land planted to cotton. Too little land Is planted to food and feed crops. ."All of these things will be discussed in a series of conferences with representatives of agricultural colleges, experiment stations, extension divisions and county agent groups, teachers of vocational agriculture, bankers' associations, land ownerBhln groups, the cotton coop eratives, general farm Organizations and all other agencies whose experience and knowledge of the south win help to solve tnese prop lems. "This series ot meetings will be held as quickly as they can be arranged In every cotton state. In them an attempt will be made to work out definite programs suited to the needs of each state and to localities and Individual farmers within the state. All useful facts on the present cotton situation will be presented so that, in the end, every cotton farmer may know within reason what he Is facing before he makes his planting plans next spring. DEMAND 8 DAI. IS fini GIVEN PRAISE The new Sorrento Apartments, located at 2100 Fifty-first venue, just a block north ot Foothill boulevard, Is creating real interest among prospective tenants, according to Thomas D. Fisher, the owner. A statement reads: l "Among features that hays been highly complimented, are the beautiful entrance and lobby, treated in a modern Italian style. The sym-etrical columns and the richly colored floors lend distinction .anil charm as one enters the building. Ascending the softly ' carpeted stairway to the spacious and well lighted halls, the eye la Impressed with a- sense of warmth and security! ' The many draperies, the decorative fixtures and iron work placed throughout these halls, enhance the home-like atmosphere. "In the suites, themselves, the decorative schemes fulfill the promise made by the entrance end hallways, and the floor plans have been so worked out as to lend themselves readily to tasteful furnishing. "Tho site of the new apartment house Is an elevation that commands a view of the Eastlake district. Located between the Fremont high and Horace Mann schools, less than three blocks from Southern Pacific transportation, with Key system cars at the door, and only three blocks from 'the Fairfax Theater and shopping dls trict, It is ideally located as to all conveniences. "This la the fifth apartment built by the owner and builder, Thomas I). Fisher, who points to the Sor rento as by far the finest house of the group. The two and three room earner apartments are large and sunny, equipped with electric ranges, Frlgldalres and with the little touches of modernism that a careful builder can install. There are twelve fire-proof garages connected with the building which have free access to the street. "The moderate rents are based on the single unit system, that Is, the rent covers all expenses of the tenant except the telephone which is optional. "The publls Is Invited to Inspect the Sorrento, which will be kept open for inspection for a short period. An attendant who will gladly give all Information desired it constantly on duty.'1, " , ' ' It Is estimated that 360,000,000 people on the globe are now within talking distance of each other, te)e-phonlcally speaking. SKIT rlmi ill i, .in nni N FAIRWAY ESTATES is 11 III Oak Knoll's finest develdment . the place for a country club home" truly' reflecting ihe modern thought in home surroundings and where hospitality is fully expressed. , In order that visitors may be able to i visualize Oak Knoll's possibilities, there is , a completely furnished model home open . for your inspection from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Several other homes under construction prove that Oak Knoll is being mtJre rapidly developed than any other residential section of the Eastbay cities. Easily reachtd via Colt- Links Road (at Eighty-second Avtnue and East Fourteenth Street), or Hopkins Street end Mountain Boulevard direct to Oak Knoll - Follow the arrows. Oak Knoll Land Corporation 1450 Harrison St. Tel. LA keslde 4008 TRACT OFFICE Oak Knoll A Mountain Blvds. Tel. TO lnidad S3M i PUBLIC INVITED TO IPMIENT INSPECTION Nearly Quarter of Million Spent by builder Construction. in V The Grayston Apartments at 21 Lenox avenue ar open to Inspection today and will be ready for occupancy November 1. according to an announcement by Albert Kroll,- the ownrr and builder. The structure, 'In modernistic style, occupies a location which commands a comprehensive view across Lake Merrltt, the Oakland business district, and San Francisco bay. It Is one block above Grand avenue, between Van Buren and Monteclto and two blocks sbove the. Veterans' memorial building. A description reads: "The Qraystone represents an Investment of close to & quarter-million dollars and Is ot seven-story steej and concrete, fire-proof construction. There are J 6 suites. It each of two, three and' four rooms, available t ith furnished and unfurnished. Uuirt dignity is the keynote of both the exterior architecture and the interior decoration. "A feature of the lobby is a large tile fountain of artistic design, con trasting in color with the rich tile. of the floor and the. Travertine effect of the wall finish. A latest type automatlo Spencer elevator, with self-closing gates. Is located at (he back of the lobby and adjacent to the entrance leading to garages. "The rooms of every suite are noticeably generous In their proportions, and a choice is afforded of dining room or dinette as desired. There are four, five or six large closets depending upon the number ot rooms in the suite. 3ome ot the larger units afford two bed rooms as well as the wall bed arrangement ot th living room'. There are individual entrance hallways and beautifully tiled bath pooms. The floors, installed by the Parquet Inlaid Floor Co., are of beautiful golden oak. Impregnated with a paste filler thnt penetrates deeply and is the basis for an unusually fine finish. The kitchen design Is unique and th cabinet arrangement, using Concealo fixtures, is such- as to give high effi ciency witn minimum, effort in household duties. The Monarch electric ranges are of high speed, automatlo type, in Nile green porcelain, conforming to the kitchen decorations. Genuine Frlgidalre are also a part of every kitchen. "The building is steam heate throughout by a Johnson Oil-burn Ing system and Janitor service is provided. There will also be night service on the cars in the garage If aesirea uy tne owners." This Is the third major building using steel construction and with the interior walla and partitions protected with Bteeltex for plaster, a product of the National Steel Fabric Company, that has been completed by Kroll in , recent months, and brings the total of Kroll s apartment construction ac tlvitles In the Oakland section to close to a- million dollars, it is est I mated. "I have implicit faith in the future of Oakland, not only as a great inaustriai area but as wonderful home and apartment community as well," states Hrall "And I predict that the near fu ture will see many more large apartment houses constructed In J,tli Xke Merrltt district." Stock Exhibitors Are Drawn by Show Seventeen state are represented among exhibitors and other participants already entered In the tenth anniversary Pacific Slope jjairy snow, to be held in the Oak land Municipal audlttoriuih Novem ber 8 to 15, according to Secretary- manager KoDert K. Jones, Eight major dlviHions and a sparkling entertainment program will comprise the eight-day show this year and at least 20 conven tlons will be brought here by it. c FAIRWAY ESTATES in OAK KNOLL Graystone Apartments Open Thii seven-story tteel kai concrete structure is open for inspection today at 286 Lenox avenue, just above Grand avenue. (Inset) Albert Kroll, builder and owner. Hie Grayttone include among its conveniences tuch feature a genuine Frigidaires, Monarch electric range. Spencer elevator system, and a Johnson oil-burning system. y ' '. - N A -sv 3 BBBflMfer3lj)jya ELEVATORS, TOO ARE FEATURES One of the features ot the apartment building Just completed by Albert Kroll at 286 Lenox avenue, between Monteclto and Van Buren, Is the Spencer-Westinghous elevator service. Kroll said: Modern apartment buildings call for mechanical and electrical equipment of the very highest order, and Spencer-Westlnghouse elevators were chosen because of their reputation for dependability, quietness ot operation, starting and stopping smoothness and durability, "These machines, which are manufactured in the San Francisco shop of the SpencerEWator company, are equipped with the latest safety devices known to modern elevator science, while the electrical equipment Is manufac tured and designed by the West1 inghnuse Electric and Manufactur lng company." Large Apartment t , :::: Sold for $125,000 " Rale of Nelson Arms apartments, Twenty-sixth avenue and Foothill boulevard, tor a cash consideration ot 2125,000, was reported yesterday by Bruce McCollum, local real estate dealer, to the Oakland Real Kstate Board. The property was formerly owned by Mrs. Btella F. Bluem. Modern Low Cost AUTOMATIC OIL HEAT Will Be Supplied In th GRAYSTONE APTS. ' . .by.: .. Ltstsd as Standard by th Underwriters' Laboratory Made In Oakland S. T. JOHNSON CO. Factory Display Rooms 2100 Broadway Also Distributors of Stovo and Furnace Oils for Every Us Sine 1904. Inspect the beautiful CABINETS in the kdchens of the GRAYSTONE APTS. an installation by CONCEALO FIXTURE CO., Inc. 2009 Livingston St. OAKLAND Electrical Work for th, .rrirr GRAYSTONE APTS. by CALIFORNIA ELECTRIC CO. 579 18th Street LAhit4626 . Reinforcing Sieel for A Graystone Apts. furnished and installed by . . ' McGRATH " STEEL CO. 354 HOBART ST. Genuine selected for the Graystone Apartments . 'M Frigiiahre quality is appreciated 'f ' ' : by both tenants and owners. ' r. FRIGIDA1RE CORP. ' 2054 Broadway OL ympic 9700 STEELTEX AU Interior Walls and Partitions in the GRAYSTONE APTS. Reinforced and Protected with $ Steeltex for Plaster . ! - -rt National Steel fajbric Co. East Bay Distn Bldg. Spec. Co. 354 HobartSt. , Oakland, Calif. GL encourt 3076 ?e sure to Consult s mi ajw f Spencer Elevator Co. 166180 SAN FRANGISCO.CAUE MONARCH Electric Ranges in beautiful color tints have a definite appeal to the modern housewife. FAST CLEAN HEALTHFUL ,.;.;,; ECONOMICAL ar accepted facts that every woman admires in electric . cookery. , Monarch are made with "Built-in" kitchen heaters for private homes. See them at your dealer. TILING for the Graystone Apt. SUPERIOR TILE & PRODUCTS CO. 3743 Broadway; Piedmont 2i68 COLLEGE ODD SELECTS JEW . At the meeting of th Northern California Junior CoUeg association at Modesto, Saturday. October 18. Lowery S. Howard, president of Menlo junior college at Meaio Park, was elected to th presidency of the association for th comlnk year. C. S. Morris or Moaesro junior Floyd ualley of sama jtos junior roller waa elected vice-president and Miss Margaret M. Chas ot San Luia Obispo was elected secretary . and treasurer. President Howard read a paper setting forth the counseling system In vogue at Menlo Park under the I direction ot Bean C. T. Vandervort. I asked to have the -paper duplicated i. in BUincieni nuuioera iwi ii in schools of the conference - cottld have a cony. 1 Dr. William M. Proctor of Stanford university presented a paper on the curriculum survey ot h Sacramento city school system. Dr. Proctor's report embodied artlcula--tion of curriculum from th kindergarten through the junior college. Dr. Proctor at th present time la also directing the curriculum studies at Menlo school aad Junldr college. " .' unerintendent W. E. Given aid WlllUm F. KwkntTV ..j.-'Wef present at the meeting. t Breeders Feature VI, Many Fine Rabbits More than 600 fin animal rap-resenting th aristocracy ot ran- bttdom. will be displayed at Hay-' ward November 20-28 at the an-' nual show of th Pacific Coast ' Breeders' association. A epectnl feature of this year's show wlU be an exhibit of rabbit fur. . On a recent round trip of tji'e White Star liner Majestic a total of. 70 ship-to-shore telephone calls were completed. ' " Frigidaires Pi Manufactured by ! , . Pav Coast Office 351 Bryant St. San Francisco, Calif. ; CA rfield 0352 1 Your Architect-, He Knows tV SEVENTH ST.. HARDWOOD FLOORS evidencing permanent quality and striking beauty due to Master Craflmanship have been installed in The Cranstone Apis. . by , PARQUET' INLAID FLOOR CO. 4044 La Cresta FRuitvale 7064 HARDWARE for th GRAYSTONE APTE from B. SIMON HARDWARE CC Wholesale and IV Seven'h an. I T ' GL encourt 7400 . til ' :r -

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