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One of Silver Lake's largest estates at 11,743 square feet on a lot of 82,764 square feet. This huge residence has a storied history, culminating in the development of the Hathaway Estates, a planned subdivision within Silver Lake. The house was built in 1923 and has a commanding 360 Degree View atop one of Silver Lake's highest hills. The house is built entirely of reinforced concrete; there is not one stick of wood in its structure. Mr. Hathaway apparently had a great fear of fire, and did not want his house burning down! It was recently (September 2004) on the market for $3,250,000. The house is located at 1809 Apex Avenue in Silver Lake. It is currently owned by Dov Charney, founder and CEO of American Apparel, known for his success as an entrepreneur and passion for simple clothing. His leadership style has drawn extensive praise and criticism. He has earned recognition in the media for management decisions to pay a fair wage and refusing to outsource manufacturing. The Los Angeles Times named him as one of the Top 100 powerful people in Southern California and in 2009, he was nominated as a Time 100 finalist by Time magazine.

 

If any of our readers know about the development of Hathaway Estates, details about the original owner, architect or builder, please feel free to contact the editor of this column.

 

NOTES: I recently received an e-mail from Michele Martin informing me that 'the Estate belonged to a Charles Hathaway, a director/studio head from the silent screen era. His great granddaughter, Robin Clarke, was my best friend and neighbor when I lived at 2400 Micheltorena Street.'

 

Michele Martin

Greenwich Library

 

SLN Subscriber Ken Puchlik writes: 'From 1950 to 1965 I lived on Redesdale Ave. on the west side of the valley looking east at the Hathaway house on top of the hill. It was always vacant and never a light on. One night, the mansion was ablaze with light and everyone came out to wonder what was going on. It was simply the moon rising behind the home and the light was passing through the windows and out the other side. Obviously, it was devoid of furniture or curtains.

 

I also remember that there was another large building or home next to it; people said it was another mansion. It apparently was demolished during the construction of the 'tract' homes that I believe were a poor use of the viewscape. Having half the number of lots with higher end-well designed homes, taking better advantage of the pre-existing topography, would have been better use of the land. The developer should have used the axiom of 'less is more' and probably realized more investment return by developing premium lots on what was a rare piece of land. Paradise lost.

 

Mr. Hathaway had good reason to fear fire. In the early 50's a grass fire at the end of summer burnt up to the edge of the estate. Every local fire unit was on the scene. Dry summer grass was prevalent with all the vacant lots at the time. After that, the fire department started controlled burns of the lots every summer.

 

Before the hum of the freeways diminished the neighborhood's ambient sound, you could hear the trains switching in the yards off Fletcher Dr. late at night. The greatest chili dogs in the world were sold out of the old Signal Gas station at Effie and Silver Lake Blvd. Across the street, the 7/11 was a Union Oil Gas station with the friendliest guys who took good care of you at 20 cents a gallon of gas. And a kid could walk the 0.75 mile to catch the PE and go to the Ramona and see a 25 cent movie without any concern for safety, even at night.

 

Craig Collins writes 'When I moved here in 1982, the subdivision was just being built. The land had been bought by CalTrans for continuation of the Glendale Freeway, which was to connect with the Hollywood Freeway (near Vermont...where there's that very wide median), then on to Beverly Hills, which was to be the name of the freeway. As a result of that unfortunate choice of name and alignment, one of the very first successful opposition to a California freeway project was mounted, and the freeway ended at Glendale Boulevard. After many years, CalTrans began selling off the property, and you can pretty much trace the path by much of the newer construction, especially on the south side of Sunset.

 

I had heard about an effort to create a park on the Hathaway hill, but know nothing further about it. How spectacular that would have been!

 

Anyway, Peggy Stevenson was City Councilperson at the time, was a fervent supporter of the development community, and she evidently got quick approval of the housing project. After the development was completed, it mysteriously became a gated community. It's worth noting that Stevenson was defeated in a reelection bid by Michael Woo, who shepherded many of the pro-planning and more progressive changes in the city (such as getting a moratorium on the explosive development of mini-malls that was then in full swing). Upon her defeat, Stevenson systematically destroyed all the district constituent and project files in her office, forcing Woo to begin his office with nothing to aid projects and constituent concerns. That was the good old days in the LA City Council!

 

Well, that's what I know, subject to verification by others who may have a better historical perspective.

 

Veteran Silver Lake activist Maryann Kuk writes 'My recollection about Hathaway is that it had nothing to do with the #2 freeway. It was before I participated in any community stuff. The Hathaway estate (they are old money LA Athletic club, Riviera Country club, CA yacht club) sold it to a developer who wanted to build 100's of condos. SLRA got heavily involved opposing along with the immediate 'hood and the developer backed down to the 40+ or so [ugly, tract, crappy] houses. He promised to leave all of the mature tress, but the day after he got his permit he cut them all down. The Hathaway family had been collectors of specimens and I'm told it was beautiful.'

 

The Silver Lake News thanks our readers for their generous contributions of history and insights of Silver Lake!

 

Update: Without editing the content, I found some new "wrinkles" to our ongoing story, as reported in the popular real estate blog, "Take Sunset", March 28th, 2011:

 

"The Garbutt House actually has a very interesting history. It’s one of Silver Lake’s largest estates at 11,743 square feet of interior space, 3-stories tall with 20 rooms. It was built by Frank A. Garbutt, a movie pioneer, inventor, industrialist, and “one of the most prominent citizens of Los Angeles in the late 19th and early 20th Century” according to the Los Angeles Times. In 1923, Garbutt acquired the 37-acre hilltop site overlooking the Silver Lake Reservoir with views of the Pacific Ocean, the Santa Monica and Verdugo Mountains, and the downtown skyline. He built three houses on the site, which came to be known as the Garbutt-Hathaway Estate. (Garbutt’s son-in-law was Charles F. Hathaway, a shipbuilder and real estate developer.) The structures were built primarily of concrete, and were designed to withstand earthquakes, floods, and fire, which Garbutt was particularly afraid of. (There were also no fireplaces in the home.) He did allow some design touches, however. There were bronze window frames, hand carved teak and marble floors, and the first floor was entirely travertine.

 

Garbutt lived in the mansion until his death in 1947. In his spare time, he experimented with new inventions, built race cars, (his homemade car appears in the photograph above), invented a soapless detergent, and worked on a superior chewing gum.

Garbutt’s three children and their families lived on the estate after his death in 1947. The estate was eventually sold by his daughter in 1960. According to the LATs, The houses sat dormant for several years as owners battled with the city and preservationists over plans to raze the three houses and build condominiums or a large housing development on the site. In 1978, two of the houses were torn down to make room for a 100-home development, but the Garbutt House was spared. In 1987, the Garbutt House was listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It’s now part of the gated community Hathaway Hill Estates, and it most recently sold in 2004 for $3,250,000".

   

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PRIVATE EQUITY ADVISER BARRED FROM INDUSTRY FOR IMPROPER WITHDRAWAL FROM FUNDS

 

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that a private equity adviser has been permanently barred from the securities industry and must pay a $1.25 million penalty to settle charges that he withdrew improper fees from two private equity funds he managed.

 

The SEC’s order finds that Scott M. Landress formed the funds to invest in real estate trusts with underlying investments in properties throughout the UK. His investment advisory firm SLRA Inc. earned management fees based on the net asset value of the underlying investments. SLRA’s fees shrank and its management costs increased as real estate property values fell during the financial crisis, and the funds’ limited partners declined several requests by Landress for additional compensation to cover the shortfalls.

 

According to the SEC’s order, Landress directed SLRA to withdraw 16.25 million pounds from the funds in early 2014, purportedly as payment for several years of services provided by an affiliate. He subsequently transferred the money to his personal account. SLRA and Landress did not disclose the related-party transaction and the resulting conflicts of interest until after the money had been withdrawn.

 

According to the SEC’s order, Landress and SLRA returned the withdrawn service fees to the funds after the SEC began its investigation. Sometimes, having the right SEC Lawyer

on your side can make all the difference.

 

“Private equity fund advisers have a duty to act in the best interest of their clients, but Landress and SLRA helped themselves to millions of dollars’ worth of fees to which they had no legitimate claim,” said Scott W. Friestad, Associate Director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement.

 

Landress and SLRA agreed to the SEC’s cease-and-desist order without admitting or denying the findings.

 

SEC CHARGES MEXICO-BASED HOMEBUILDER IN $3.3 BILLION ACCOUNTING FRAUD

 

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that Mexico-based homebuilding company Desarrolladora Homex S.A.B. de C.V. has agreed to settle charges that it reported fake sales of more than 100,000 homes to boost revenues in its financial statements during a three-year period.

 

The SEC used satellite imagery to help uncover the accounting scheme and illustrate its allegation that Homex had not even broken ground on many of the homes for which it reported revenues.

 

The SEC alleges that Homex, one of the largest homebuilders in Mexico at the time, inflated the number of homes sold during the three-year period by approximately 317 percent and overstated its revenue by 355 percent (approximately $3.3 billion). The SEC’s complaint highlights, for example, that Homex reported revenues from a project site in the Mexican state of Guanajuato where every planned home was purportedly built and sold by Dec. 31, 2011. Satellite images of the project site on March 12, 2012, show it was still largely undeveloped and the vast majority of supposedly sold homes remained unbuilt.

 

According to the SEC’s complaint, Homex filed for the Mexican equivalent of bankruptcy protection in April 2014 and emerged in October 2015 under new equity ownership. The company’s then-CEO and then-CFO have been placed on unpaid leave since May 2016. Homex has since undertaken significant remedial efforts and cooperated with the SEC’s investigation.

 

“As alleged in our complaint, Homex deprived its investors of accurate and reliable financial results by reporting key numbers that were almost completely made up,” said Stephanie Avakian, Acting Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division. “The settlement takes into account that the fraud occurred entirely under the watch of prior ownership and management, the company’s new leaders provided critical information regarding the full scope of the fraudulent conduct, and the company continues to significantly cooperate with our ongoing investigation.”

 

Melissa Hodgman, Associate Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division, added, “We used high-resolution satellite imagery and other innovative investigative techniques to unearth that tens of thousands of purportedly built-and-sold homes were, in fact, nothing but bare soil.”

 

The SEC separately issued a trading suspension in the securities of Homex.

 

Without admitting or denying the allegations in the SEC’s complaint filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Utah, Homex consented to the entry of a final judgment permanently enjoining the company from violating the antifraud, reporting, and books and records provisions of the federal securities laws, and the company agreed to be prohibited from offering securities in the U.S. markets for at least five years. The settlement is subject to court approval.

 

SEC CHARGES FUEL CELL COMPANY AND OFFICERS WITH DEFRAUDING INVESTORS

 

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged a Utah-based penny stock company and four corporate officers with misleading investors about the research, development, and profitability of their purported business to manufacture power generation products such as fuel cells.

 

The SEC alleges that while raising approximately $7.9 million from investors in Terminus Energy Inc., the company and its officers claimed to have a viable prototype capable of being sold and earning revenue. According to the SEC’s complaint, Terminus did not have the fuel cell technology or the funding to match their claims, and the officers were instead converting substantial amounts of investor funds to their own use.

 

According to the SEC’s complaint, the company failed to disclose to investors that Terminus’s operations manager George Doumanis is a convicted felon who went to prison for securities fraud and was secretly acting as an officer of the company despite being barred from participating in penny stock offerings. Emanuel Pantelakis served on the Terminus board of directors despite having been permanently barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Also charged in the SEC’s complaint are Terminus’s CEO Danny B. Pratte and its former president, director, and legal counsel Joseph L. Pittera.

 

Terminus also allegedly used unregistered brokers to sell its securities and paid them more than twice as much in commissions than was disclosed to investors in offering documents. Joseph Alborano is charged in the SEC’s complaint with soliciting and selling investments for which he received more than $1 million in commissions.

 

“As alleged in our complaint, these company insiders spent massive, undisclosed amounts of investor funds and left the company with no realistic chance of developing a fuel cell product,” said Eric I. Bustillo.

 

In a parallel action, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Utah today filed criminal charges against Pratte, Doumanis, and Pantelakis.

 

The SEC’s complaint seeks disgorgement of ill-gotten gains plus interest and penalties as well as officer-and-director bars and penny stock bars.

 

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This shows an experiment with the "poor man's HDR," or at least, the "lazy man's HDR." For fun, I took two photos, one nicely exposed of the sky, and the other nicely exposed of the trail. Then I adjusted both so the trees were exposed the same. Then I copied one photo on top of the other, removed the joint, and adjusted the result to try to match what my eye saw. I was not unhappy with the results. I got lucky here, and real HDR software would do a better job, and likely be be easier.

 

Because of the limits of the camera, one could have a well-lit sky but the trees and trail would be too dark, or the trees and trail would OK, and the sky would be way over exposed. Better cameras have better dynamic ranges, but none are as good as our eyes (yet).

 

This was taken at the Silver Lake Recreation Area in Garfield Township in Grand Traverse County. It's a nice little park with pavilion, kids playground, a paved loop that surrounds the open portion of the park, two unpaved trails that meander through a pretty piney woods and go around Hidden Lake and near the shores of the north branch of Silver Lake, and a third trail that goes around an open meadow.

 

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Goldenrod is an herb, I've learned, with many internal and external therapeutic uses, as covered at this Web site, for example.

 

Taken at the Silver Lake Recreation Area in Garfield Township in Grand Traverse County. It's a nice little park with trails that meander through a pretty piney woods, go around Hidden Lake, and and to the shore of the north branch of Silver Lake.

 

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Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars @ the Granada Theater in Dallas Tx 4-17-10

SLRAS at central park's summer stage 2006. photo credit: Andy Mitchel

Title: Florists' review [microform]

Identifier: 5205536_30_2

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Subjects: Floriculture

Publisher: Chicago : Florists' Pub. Co

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

  

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Jllv 4, 1U12. The Florists' Review 97 r HOW'S THIS?-" IIKNRY G. NORTON, .NURSBIIYMAN KM»RIHT PioibV, Ohio. June 17, 1913. Standard Fuitf> & tnglne Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Dear Sire:- T have uaed the pumping unit- a number of tioea. It worka finely. Could not be lB(>roved. Had no trouble with it at all. It hae been much admired by people that have eeen it. Several have come to eae It pumping. I am more than pleaaed with it. Youre very truly. llHIS letter from Mr. Norton was re- ceived by us the other day and seemed so typical of the satisfaction which florists are having with 1 Standard Pumping Units that we wrote him asking permission to show you his letter. Whereupon, Mr. Norton went one better by reply- ing thus: HBNRY Ci. NORTON, NVRUIHYMAN KL.4IMINT Pbrhv, Ohio. June 31, 1913, Standard Puip & Engine Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Dear Slra:- If my recommendation will be any uae to you, ycu are welcome to uae I do not aee how I ever did without the puiplng unit. ^oura very^ truly. There are many reasons for the increasing popularity of Standard Pumping Engines^ the chief one being their absolute reliability, expressed in Mr. Norton's words: "Had no trouble with it at all." No matter what your requirements may be, there is a Standard Outfit that will do the work properly. We supply gas or gasoline engines, shallow or deep well pumps, electrical motor pumps—in fact, everything for modern water supply or power in the greenhouse or in the field. If you want perfect satisfac- tion, install a Standard Pumping Unit. Write Today for Catalogue No. 12 THE STANDARD PUIMP & ENGINE CO. I 14 MICHIGAN ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO I

 

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BUILDING? If so, have yon rlren 7oar rentlUtlDK ■ntem eonaideratton worthy of Ita •Iffnlflcance T It li neoewry to have porfact vent aaah operators In order to aecnre the re- quired resnlta. All we ask la a earefol Inveatlcatlon of oar ma- chine and we know that yoa will confirm onr state- ment that we have the best on tho market. Write for a catalogaa. ADVANCE CO. Rlohmond - Ind. Mention The Bevtew wb«n yon write. GST OUB PRICKS OM I Galvanized Wre Rose Stakes ^ and Tying Wire MMiafaeUiren of the Model Plant Snpports foi Caniatliiiis, Dahlias, Oolden Glow, Peonies, ChrrsaBthemams and Tomatoes. LawB Fence, Flower Bed Guard, Trellis. IGOE BROTHERS 68-71 Hetropolltaa Avenae. BBOOKLTN. N. T. Mt-ntlon Th^ Kpv1>w wh>n voo writ*. Warner Plant Bozea are the beet and cheapest in the marlret for Palms, Boxwood, Bay Trees, etc. They are attract- ive In design, strongr and dnra- ble, snltable forelther Indoor or ontdoor ase. Made of cypress, which irlvee them a lastins qaal- Ity. We mannfactare varlons styles and slses. Write for prices. WAOmS PaBK COMSKBVATOBIXa Sidney, Ohio Mention The Review when you write.

  

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Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars FANS @ the Granada Theater in Dallas Tx 4-17-10

Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars FANS @ the Granada Theater in Dallas Tx 4-17-10

Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars FANS @ the Granada Theater in Dallas Tx 4-17-10

Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars FANS @ the Granada Theater in Dallas Tx 4-17-10

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