The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on May 13, 1962 · 121
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 121

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Sunday, May 13, 1962
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NEW LOCATION Sketch of Methodist Church which will be built in Mission Bay area of San Diego, METHODISTS SET NEW CHURCH IN SAN DIEGO County, Cities Road Pacts Set SANTA ANA Orange County and the cities of Newport and Garden Grove will spend $621,000 on joint high way projects following approval of the contracts by the Board of Supervisors. Costs will be equally divided by the cities and the county. Five of the projects will he shared by, the county and Garden Grove. They include Verano : St., $99,000; Knott Ave., $168,000; Cannery St., $58,000; Valley View Ave., $22,000, and Orangewood Ave., $104,000. In Newport, Jamboree Rd., from Bayside Dr. to Pali sades Rd. will be improved at a cost of $170,000. Property Rezoned for Multiple Residences ANAHEIM Anaheim Planning Commissioner Cal SAN DIEGO One of themembers are William Hoov-U eDiey s request 10 rezone largest new churches on theer, Mrs. Clara Butler, Ken-jhi!l property on the south West. Coast will be built injneth Imel, Kenneth Patter-side of Ball Rd., west of Oak- son, Mrs. Clarence Knapp, haven Ave., for multiple res-Harley Bonham, Sam Loth-idential use has. been ap-len, Richard English and proved by the city planning John Hermann. body. Zoning OKd Near Airport PACOIMA The Plan-ning Commission has recommended approval of a rezon-ing for apartment construction of 13.5 acres of land near Whiteman Airpark. The recommendation, sent to the City Council, also called for a , notification to state officials that the prop erty lies in the flight pattern of the small-craft airport. The application was filed Nuys. The property is on the west side of Osborne bt south of Glenoaks Blvd. ARCHITECTS " SELECTED FOR HUGE PROJECT Harry A. Goldman, president of Albert Par-vin , & Co., announced the selection of William L. Pereira'& Associates as architects for the $15 million building which Parvin will build on Witshire Blvd. The decision was made toy the Starrett Corp., of which the Parvin Co. is a subsidiary. The Parvin Co. recently purchased a triangular parcel of land with frontage on Wilshire, McCarthy Vista, and Warner Ave. Plans being developed call for a 30-story hi-rise building, with the major portion of the ground floor to be devot-. ed to a showroom for the Parvin Co., one of the nation's leading Interior designers and furnishers of hotels and other large commercial enterprises. San Diego by First Methodist Church. Plans have been announced for the relocation of the downtown church to Mission Valley, where new facilities, ' to cost $1,790,000 and comprising eight build ings in a campus or village arrangement, Avill be built. The 10-acre site is on the south side of Valley Freeway at the intersection of High way 395. The church will build a sanctuary, seating 1,100, chapel, youth building, two children s buildings, fel lowship hall, administration building and outdoor ampm theater. Tradition "This move will place the church nearer the population center of San Diego and clos er and more convenient to our own membership," Rev Noel C, LeRoque, pastor, said. 1 We feel that our min istry will be continued in the tradition of a metropolitan central church, but not in a downtown location. . The building project will be financed through sale of the present 56-year-old church at Ninth Ave. and C St., trustees funds, and a fund raising program begin ning with a $400,000 drive now in progress. In design and concept, First Methodist Church is preparing facilities to be used by a congregation of 4,000 members, a substantial increase over its present membership of 2,4oO. Con struction is expected to get under way in late summer and be completed within nine months or a year. The . church's . Spanish modern design is the work of Reginal d Inwood, San Francisco, a church building consultant with Perkins & Will, Chicago, architects. ? Landmark The sanctuary will be vis ible from Mission Bay area, La Mesa and Lake Murray areas. A massive structure of modified barrel construc tion, it will be 75 ft. high. Behind the chancel and altar will be a ceiling-to-floor clear glass window, afford ing a view of the landscaped gardens, which will be planted with native California shrubs and trees. Parking is being planned for 400 cars on several grad ed levels, each easily access lble to an entrance. Frank Jorgensen is chair man of the building commit tee; Paul Reynolds, vice chairman, and Mrs. Frank Wherry, secretary. Other Tract to Get Own Cabana Using a scale model, Jim Deane, of Deane Bros., de velopers of 800 Pacific Sands homes in Huntington Beach, cited features of the new Pa cific Sands Cabana to offi cials at a recent ground breaking for the recreational addition. Those attending were Howard Stevens, president of the Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce; Bill Cheney, vice president of Walker and Lee, Inc., sales agents; Bob Hardesty of Deane Bros.; Thomas Welch, Huntington Beach city coun cilman; Frank Hart, vice president and general man ager tor waiKer ana Lee. and Ben Deane, president of Deane Bros. Cabana Club will have a club house, two tennis courts, a swimming pool and playground. There is no initiation fee to first-time home-buyers of Pacific Sands homes. 1 Over half the homes are now sold. They are priced from $13,500 to $19,950. Models include two, three and four bedrooms in one and two stories. 900 'Wife-Saver' Homes Sold, Builders Report Huntington Village's "Sea Breeze" series of three and four bedroom, two - bath homes in Huntington Beach have been- purchased by more than 900 buyers,, according to a spokesman for Doyle and Sheilds, one of Orange C 0 u n t y's largest builders and developers. . Dwellings priced from $16,500 are available to non-veterans for $195 down. They have 21 exteriors and six "wife-saver" floor plans. - Schools on Full Day Homes. boast color-co-ordi nated wall-to-wall carpeting in the living room, hallway and master bedroom, built-in range and oven, central forced-air heat, two baths and a woodburning fireplace. Schools are on full-day sessions, and a high school; is planned close by. Prelim-! inary work on the latter already has begun. Shopping centers are a brief drive, and a shopping area Is under construction within walking distance. . ' ; ." V -; Cul-de-sacs and wide streets make the community advantageous for families with children, the spokesman noted. Furnished m 0 d e 1 s are open daily. ' SUN.,MAY13,1962-$ee.J Sanctuary Rising at Baptist Church FULLERTON Ground has been broken, for a new First Southern Babtist Church sanctuary at 1423 S brooKhurst Ave. Cost of the project will be approximately $95,000, according to the Rev. Glenn W. 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