Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on April 28, 1929 · Page 62
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SUNDAY flDa&ranD Ctffiune APRIL 28, 1929 WW 3 Villa Nova Apartments This structure ha, jurt teen completed by Alfred Cords at 2625 Ivy drive in Arbor Villa. Three-room and studio units are featured. Electric refrigeration and Wayne oil-burning equipment are among trie facilities. " ". ' ; " 7 . ...w s. . ..w.-.-. JJ- . .. XT- j.. n V Vi ft - . 'i fc lit. vi iAT Mi LLJh1 .,....-.v.. 13 Home Modernizing Bureau Now Occupies Permanent Quarters On Fifteenth St. Permanent headquarters of the, Home Modernizing Bureau, dedicated o ths purpose of aiding home owner and owner of office buildings to bring their homes and ArWWWVWVArWUVWVWfWV finrn a S C Certified Heating I SYSTEM J or j VILLA NOVA ? APTS. J installed by J A. M. PouUen f BUILDERS EXCHANGE 0 CUn. 7400 buildlna-a up to date, whereby creating; arreater raluea in thoB dla-trict Of well-built but not modern homes, have been established at SIS fifteenth street, according to Ray B. Cox, chairman, of the organization committee. J Sinmjtaneoutily, Cox announced that Ernest A. Crowley, former membership secretary of the Oakland Chamber of Commerce and identified in a manageral capacity, with the Pacific Highway association, had been installed as mau. , ager. - An important meeting will be held in the office of Kalph A. Knapp. president of ths .Oakland Ral Estate board and a member of the board of governors of the Home Modernization Bureau, when the membership of the board of governors will be completed. Meanwhile arrangements are under way for a big meeting of thoae individuals ami organizations Interested i nthe work of the home modernizing bureau, to be- held in the South room of the Hotel Oakland, Thursday night, May 2. This meeting is being called by the executive organization committee, eonipriHjng Ilay B. Cox, Kalph Fisher of tha American Trust company, R. A. Carrlngton, Fred H. Clark of ths California Garantee Building and loan company, J. H. iVUSArVVUWirWVWrWVVVVm j Formal Opening h) T:-f;i:":'- Villa Nova Apts. 2625 Ivy Drive in. Arbor Villa , Beautiful Spanish building of three-room units and studio apts. Wonderful view artistically decorated and finished. Refrigeration, steam heat, etc. !j - Inspection is invited today I ALFRED CORDS Builder and Owner WrWWbVVMMrVWWWWaVaaWWVWWsVV'WWa1 Ilottia of, the Crane company, Sam D. North of' the Paraffine Paint companies, E. C. Lyon, past-presi dent of the Oakland Chamber of Commerce; B. E. Bryan of the Strable Hardwood company, C J. Speer of the Zenith Mill and Lum ber company and Kalph A. Knapp. Present members of the board of governors Include Louis J. Breu-ner of the John Breuner company, W. II. Graham, Charles B, Mathe- ny, C. Dudley de Vllbiss, Herman von Gunton, James V. Chambers, E. L. Buttner, Carl O. Anderson, W. H. Picard, James H. Pedgrift, president of the Builders' .Ex- chance of Alameda county. "The Home Modernizing Bureau Is permanently organized to act as clearlntr House lor uaKiana ana Eastbay home owners who desire to modernize their nomes," saia Cox yesterday. "It will encourage the modernization of old but well built homes in good locations, thus creating greater values, adding permanency and beauty to the city. It will aid ths better nome move ment. It will assist In arranging for the financing; of home modernizing work; stimulate the building industry and furnish employment to the workers in this industry. It is a non-profit personal service bu reau. Home Modernizing occupies a large place in eastern and mid die-western communities where the movement started. taken in 1928, the establishments engaged primarily In the manufac ture of machine tools in jszy re-ported products valued at $15(1,-613, 125, of which amount $136,-746,605 was cantrllmted . by machine tools (including parts and attachments)- and $22,77,520 by miscellaneous products. CORDS OPENS NOVA APARTMENTS Alfred Cords, owner and builder, announces the opening of the Villa Nova apartments at" 1(25 Ivy drive in the Arbor Vilja ee-tlon, todajr. The abartmenta are artistically designed and (rem their commanding location enjoy a view of the Oakland downtown skyline and acragsthe bay to Ban Francisco. . The atrwlure is of Spanish exterior, in an- almost white stucco capped with a Spanish tils roof. A description reads: . "Probably the most interesting apartments in tha building are the studio units of the upper floor. High gabled and heavily beamed ceilings, decorated with " various shades of lustrious metallic paints, panels of hand-painted decorative designs on the walls, and other novel treatments, create the studio effect. These apartments have outdoor sleeping or sun porches, large breakfast rooms and fully equipped, decorated kitchen. "Throughout the building vVery narrow and rounded window casings are . feature, with baseboards that do not project beyond the plastering of the walla. With the exception of ths entrance hail-way, which, has a stone treatment, the walls are of rough textured interior stucco, warign in tone, and of light buff ahade. Each unit has its own private entrance hall, from which bedroom, bathroom or living room can be entered. Floors are carpeted from wall to "wall in living rooms, bedrooms and hallways, wtlh linoleum coverings in the kitchens and breakfast rooms, and tile in the baths. "The quality of the furniture and furnishings is excellent and of a, design and finish which will meet the eproval of the most fastidious. Facilities include steam heat, with Wayne oil burning equipment, electric refrigeration and latest type wall beds. "Transportation Is by the Park boulevard carline Just a few minutes from downtown Oakland." Realtor President On Nation-wide Tour President Harry H. Culver of the National Association of Real Estate Boards, a past president 1 the California Real Estate association and ofthe Los Angeles Really Board, who recently completed an air tour of the real estate boards of this state, has now embarked on the third of a aeries of trips in which be will visit practically every real estate board in the nation, of which there are more than 600. .. . During his California tour he addressed 82 gatherings in 16 days, aggregating an attendance of nearly 10.000. Jle was personally escorted by President J. Bradley Clayton of the state association to a number of the meetings, including those at Oakland, Richmond, Sacramento, Ban Jose, and San Francisco. TILING for the Villa Nova Apts. by SUPERIOR Tile & Products Co. 3743 BROADWAY . Piedmont 2468 Lighting Fixtures detigned, manufactured, installed in tht Villa Nova Apts. 6y W M. Weakley f 1209 8TH AVE. i Cltncourt SSSl f All Builders Hardware mm I jor me Villa Nova Apts. from ' B. SIMON HARDWARE 7th and Broadway GLencourt 7617 WWWWWVWAVVIWWWWV Ornamental Iron for the Villa Nova Apts. F.& J. IRON WORKS 1412 16th Are. FRuitvale 2349 ., Wayne Civet -Satisfied Tenant. Wayne, fall automatic, oil burning Installation eliminate all beating trou blesf or apartment owners. An economical rapacity for any home r ' apartment. Used by . the best builders. THI PEMECTED uii Durner V Hill & Stoops J giS. Distributors A. jTX mi BROAPWAT J1? ALL PAINT ? - . for the $ VILLA NOVA Apts. J ' from JJ JVT Pnarlman - & Co. . Oakland Berkeley Fruitvale . After Two Years of Experiments Marshall & Stearns Co. . , Announce a Remarkable Improved Murphy Installation Y r Dour Concemls Bid m Architects, buildcra and the renting public will approve ot thi Improved Murphy In-stallctiton, m jt requires only 2' 8" door to conceal a f u!l-iM double bed. Hie T ".door uihe same size as other doors in the room and conceals the bed perfectly. The extra wide doors of other installation are unsightly in appearance are of special widlh and expensive. Gives Entrenc t Closet During Day - Opening the door fcivts a wide unobstructed entrance to the closet without moving the bed. This is a big improvement over the present Murphy installation where it is necessary to turn the bed into the --Toorrrwhen efrterinj the closet.- T h i s convenient entrance makes the Improved Murphy Installation extremely desirable in closets that have no separate entrance door. Closet Accessible When Bed It Down Withrfthe bed down in the room there is also a convenient entrance to the closet, an important feature. The mechanism is simple and like the Murphy installation one movement swings the bed into the room. Like our present Murphy 'bed, the Improved Murphy Installation may be qtiidcly and easily removed from the opening., All tvfto are planning to- build should see this remark able Improved Murphy Installation mow an display at MARSHALL & STEARNS CO. firsAO'A'BQM Beds Phelan Building 'San Francisco 'Douglas 0344 411 Nineteenth Street Oakland ' Oakland 1236 Modern Home Types Above, the Pierre A. Fontaine home designed by Sidney B., Noble and Archie T. Newsom and (below) the Charlet T. Rodolph resideoca designed by Frederick H. Reiraers. Both pf these homes are heated by Ray oil burning equipment installed by the Pollard Sea Brave company. - -. f.' v. ' - icrAA "V aln Vpwi a,A r""? M - - m il ,ii.r i 'Russwin Hardware' In Homes A feature of many better homes In the Eastbay are the beautiful new designs in Russwin Hardware furnished by the Maxwell Hard ware company. Jn the recently completed residences of pierce A. Fontaine, A, Coogan and Mrs. Grace T. Henshaw, in Piedmont, this con. cern has installed pieces of solid braes or feronee that harmonize with the architectural surroundings of each horns. An official of the Maxwell Hardware com- any states: "The effect f any fine Interior may easily be spoiled by- inappropriate hardware. Every effort must be made to Install pieces that will not only give quiet unobstru-aive service but will also harmonize with the individual requirements of the home." LAST H TO SEE MODEL F1SIDE The Fred T. Wood company an nounces that today will be the last opportunity to visit and go through the 1929 model home that has been on display for the past few weeks In Fernside, Alameda. This home, completely furnished by the Breuner company, has been viewed by many. As an example of the latest in home-building and planning, it uurin kii opportunity ior tin wuv care to inspect It In detail. PICKLE WORKS GATHER FOR LEASE SPACE G. A. R. MEET The Oakland Pickle Works ha leased apace, it by TO, at 809 Seventy-first avenue, where they will job pickles, vinegar and sauerkraut. Tliese produtcs will be marketed under the trade name of "Oekland'B Best." Only the Eastbay district will be served by this company. L, H. Lester and R. F. Nattress, partner, are the owners. J. Davis has arianged with George Davis A Ron for the construction of a $24,000 apartment building at 334 drove street. With less than a month to draw up the final arrangements, plans are now kolng ahead with .great rapidity for the California-Nevada annual Grand Army of the Republic Encampment which will meet with five other affiliated organic nations In Oakland, May IS to 18, One of the big events of the encampment will be the spectacular civic and military parade. . - " ' ' The Austin company will - con struct a 45,OOA factory building at Alvarado street at Ham on for the Caterpillar Tractor company. TAKE STEPS to cut heat bills in half! Think of the money you will save by acting now! - Adequate, comfortable heat at the lowest possible cost will be yours next Winter if you install the super-economical Hydro-Oil Burner in advance. You will eliminate financial bother during the busy social season because your modern burner will be fully paid for, by that time. Working Model on Display at HYDRO-OIL BURNER CORPORATION 4814 Broadway HUmboldt 78S6 Introducing a New Style in Home Architecture Designed by a prominent Southern Cali r , j s xjn.,. tornia arcuueci-'-cupieu urea jui iuy-wood celebrities from the charming Spanish-Mediterranean villas of Europe ww brought to Oakmore Highlands for the discriminating people of the East Bay. 'wiifL sLffl,r fflpBp: If r y i j SI I X NEW in design, in colors, in arrangement and in finish, this unusual home offers a real treat. Large closets, different levels, big living room with beamed and paneled ceiling stenciled, two baths, double garage, sleeping porch, a marvelous view of Oakland's magnificent marine panorama and a hundred other features that will delight you. Another pleasant surprise for you is the reasonable. price-really low considering materials, workmanship, location, transportation and improvements. And the convenient terms fit into the family budget easily. N You really cannot afford to miss this opening. Plan to come early and avoid the crowd I au a IS , i Street Car Transportation... wimiles from - lnbuue Tujrr '..4.1 Biiautes from Ferry Building. . .Fully Iin-proved... Marina View... Distinctive Home...Natural Landscaping. TO GET HERE: From San Franelsee (by train) After a pleasant and refreshing trip on the Key Route boat and a . swift ride en the Jth fltreet train, trans-fer at Bt lth Cttreet and Ird Avenue to No. It straet car. It will bring you straight 4e the traet. By auto) Follow 7th Street from ths farry to the Osklsnd Auditorium, thetws out Park Boulevard to Lelmert Prldge in the tract. From Oakland (by tret ear)Tke No. 1 er dlrsct te the tract. By auto) Prlvs out Park Boulevard and across Lelmen Bridge to the traet. Jurt aerow Owj Bridge at end of Ptrk Boulevard-Io. 18 Street Car. Telephone ANdover 1525 ryvWA'AVUWWVWW.VsVU

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