Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on September 19, 1926 · Page 74
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SUNDAY Oa&IanD Ctl&une SEPTEMBER 19, 1923 .J:z Chart Arranging Central Office Force Cno ct the problem confronting th chief operator la a largs tele-rbono oxchango u the placing of he operating forca at the switch, t.osrd with reference to experience and ability and so grouping the eperatore at these positions aa to obtain the best teamwork and to meet the distribution of traffic aJnng the board. . This is accomplished la the Bell - system by the use of a . sort of chart which shows graphically the positions to be covered each hoar of the day. and the times at which relief and lunch periods are to be given. The chief operator lays out her force to accomplish the desired results on a form which gives her the picture of the arrangement of the-force, showing all positions covered, the operator assigned to each position and the moves that are made during the day by the operating forces when relieving for the regular rener or lunch perioda or when talcing the places of others wnose hours 01 wora are compiet ed. & Arlington estates 100 food acre and acre villa sites verage price, $H0U 12 minutes downtown Berkeley - ie Berkeley Countr 3 . .. ' Capping the level tops of the Berkeley hills next to the fairways of the Berkeley Country Club with the whole marvelous panorama of San Francisco Bay spread out to the north', south and west, Arlington Estates offers ideal sites for fine homes. Shrewd investors are buying two to eight lots at a time. They see big profits ahead because our opening prices are low and the terms but 20 down and l a month. Every indication points to rapid increase in values in Arlington Estate high restrictions; rock bor dered, macadamized drives; city water; $50,000 school being completed nearby;" beautiful villas within a few blocks and a number already planned for this tract; and it is right in the path of the fine residential development coming out Arlington Avenue. For profit and choice of location, BUY NOW! , TO REACH ARLINGTON ESTATES ! By automobile, folbw route indicated out Arlington Avenue on the map. ; Tearoutthemapandusejtasaguide. V " By streer car, take No. 6 Thousand frm nT C1-, A ' I ; walk west toour office at 1799 Solano. ; ; 1 We will take you on frbm there. . From San Francisco, take S. P. ferry and obattuck Ave. train to Thousand Oaks station. Our office is justacrosa ' the street. Call there. GEORGE FRIEND COMPANY 1799 Solano Ave., Thousand Oaks Berkeley, California . " Telephonf Berkeley 397 v FINE OFFICES In a Splendid Building In a Wonderful Location i The Latham Square Bldg. H , is A Vs- s ft i 1 16tK 1'iTelegraph K U 1" 1 P and Broad' way. f 1 1 j i ml- jmi miigMnMnu-w r Latham Square i a main thapping center with carlinea to all aectioru of the Eastbay within 850 feet. It i centrally located in the midth of the principal banks, public utility offices, the postoffice and city hall, but with no intense traffic congestion. ' ' ' . " The 390 offices in the Latham Square Bldg. are modern to the- Nth degree, with high speed elevators, and an arrangement effecting the greatest economy in space; 95 of office space with outside light Two basement garages to care for cars of tenant. First floor stores. Second to eighth floors doctors and (Jcntists. Ninth to fourteenth commercial office. O.ir directory of tenants will bo maintained at the highest itandards. For information regarding leases apply at the 1uilJIng.. ' r "' : ': . PEPPIfJ HOMES JE OPEIJ TO PUBLIC TODAY Model Home Furnished By Montgomery Ward & Co, In High St Park Tract." Th second unit of hoaii built by J. B. Peppln, wall known Oak- land builder. In th High Street Park tract, located Just off High street oa Culver street. Is open to day for inspection by the gmera.1 public, It is announced. The croup includes the model home known as the "Casa Palomar," which has been furnished throughout by Montgomery Ward & Company.' These new homes contain live rooms each and are modern In all respects, being: equipped with all the latest features, fixtures and conveniences. In commenting; on these new homes, J. O. Peppln states: "These residences have all the usual features aa well as many unusual ones. The living; rooms have studio celling! and the newest wall treatments. There are "hooded" fire places In the latest designs. . Each bouse has a breakfast room with a band painted breakfast set Included In the purchase price. The walls In the kitchens are stenciled, the kitchen floors are laid with linoleum, and there are many large cabinets and refrigerator Included. The gar dens have been laid out to suit each home with lawns, shrubs, patio, entrances and fish ponds. These homes will be sold at moderate prices ranging from $S950 to $6600. Terms are very reasonable, with ten years la which to pay. j "A feature in the model home, Casa Palomar la, that In the dining room the table has been set as for wedding breakfast , "Montgomery Ward at Co, which i had charge of the furnishing of this home, comments: "This display shows the possibilities from the standpoint of economy through ' the application of the Montgomery Ward purchasing and manufactur ing power. Every feature in the furnishing la distinctive and attractive. In f urnlshiDg this home the Montgomery Ward retail store I 'Casa Palomar' Open for Inspection Caia Palomar is tht latest display home furnished by Montgomery Ward and Company m the High Street Park tract at Culver and High streets. It is the eenter home in the upper picture. J. B. Peppin is the builder. The lower shows an apartment and store building in the same tract R. H. Gamble, builder and owner, has designed the stores for a community drug, grocery, or hardware business. The apartments are modern and complete in every respect. I. .X'v'-l NOC ' ' t " iff' J I '''-f ili- f ' if k . v, - - s ,'"t- ! M il C ''t - - c"- , v - j r 1 "f- r 1 - ' " ' ! ' - ' ' 'I ' I ! 1 S I I' l I t ' " y - T I 1 i ? If - - I I - x - t ' I ,iiMi.-. has endeavored fastidious taste, to suit the most and at the same Bought by Associated Realty Operators The GainesAValrath building on Franklin street, jvhich was re-cently purchased by Associated Realty Operators Inc. for $250.000. r 2r . r," H-V i , ' .V't iy,, , sl, ! i?"1 Jill HI ; : H 4 3 fir- ' ' ' time, flue to the company's great buying power, has been able to furnish the home a a mmoderate cost." - ' Peppin emphasises the i&ot that marked individuality is shown in the artlstlo designs of these homes. He adds, "We are' offering a very, geod plan of financing, one , which eliminates refinancing and requires only a down payment of lO.per cent and 1 per cent a month until paid oft." ' Various improvements are being made in the tract, it is stated, and .shade trees are to be planted on both, sides of the streets. Twelve of these homes are now ready. ' i , Because the prices of rubber are extorting $700,000,000 annually from the American public, the Na tional Automobile Chamber . of Commerce, representing the motor vehicle manufacturers of the United States, is backing Secretary Hoover in his fight to break the British monopoly of rubber. Word is to be sent.to the SO, 000 tire dealers throughout the country asking their aid in the "Stretch Your Rubber" movement. WTHUCT1 TO BEGIN SHORTLY HIGHLANDS The Highlands of Oakland have become a scene of activity with the Installation of water pipes during the last few days, It Is announced by' the Fred T, "VVood.Po. The company states. S . - ; "Lines have been run into the property 500 to 600 feet, and work is being rushed for the advantage of dwners who are eager1 to build. East Bay Water ConJpaiiy surveyors are busily engaged, , and esti mates that the task of providing 'water for these hills will be completed In a few weeks. "A reservoir tank is being erected on a high hill in the tract to add pressors to the system. Residents In the Highlands of Oakland will receive the same water serrle as those who occupy lower lev . "This operation marks the-i "t step necessary to the development of these, scenlo slopes. Other Improvements have already been arranged by the Fred T. Wood Co, INSTALL YOUR WARD. HEATING SYSTEM NOW A HEATING PLANT BUILT ON QUALITY THAT WILL LAST FOR A LIFETIME EASY TO INSTALL IN ANY HOME LOW IN COST ECONOMICAL IN OPERATION 250,000 IN USE GUARANTEED TEN YEARS - Our representative will call and give you our estimate for heating your home with the WARD SYSTEM and advise you no obligation Telephone us. , WARD FURNACE COMPANY 1410 Madison Street " OAKLAND, - CALIFORNIA Phones t Oakland 4320 Oakland 3939 SWIMMING HIKING RECREATION C.B. TREBS CABINS CROCKER. Owner BETTER THAN EVER THE NEW SECTION jutt opened has the most beautiful cabin sites you will see in a long time, and only 32 miles from the Bay Cities " ' Large trees, winding roads, . eic., mane inia a. piace or exceptional " beauty. Your cares can be forgotten in : Kilkare Woods. " Let us show 'you wit! obligation on your part. Remember, this ' ia where Wtt you can spend 52 week- Qte enas witnoui any aimcuity. ' GRAHAM-MUDD REALTY CO. 381 15th St. 1103 Hobart Bldg, f. F. Oakland 1243 , . " Douglat 8SSb: til , KilWj .1.1 It frnn - . iw . 1 TES CJ0 JDrlye out to Sijnol sny. day. , Turn at the depot up Sinbad Canyon. Good roads. HERE'S A BARGAIN We must sell a new apartment house just opened. The house is security for a $20,000 first mortgage, but we will let go for $30,000, total price. Only $6000 cash necessary to handle deal. -Will show big return at this figure. The house is on a corner lot, one block from Park Blvd. car line, in a fine district. It has six 3-room apartments with everything strictly modern and up-to-the-minute. AH outside rooms, ; very large, steam heated; garages. . . Mack Realty Service 455 17th St cor. Broadway Phone Oakland 441 -Oppoiite Postoffies Southern Pacific Block Sold Tm area east of Broadway ia now open for more, large Office and Store Buildings THIS WILL VITALLY AFFECT VALUES ON 13TH STREET Ve are effexinf one of the best bays on this street. Can be handled for i Inspect -'Casa Palomar es Today This js the newest furnished home on Culver Street in the High Street Park tract--a Peppin subdivision. Charming Home Designs In th. homes under construction in High Street Park,, you will find many unusual features' as well as all the usual ones. Each charming little, home is different; you 'will surely find one to eut your individuality. Living rooms have studio selling's,' and newest wall treatments. Hooded fireplaces in latest ; designs. Each home has 4 breakfast room, with hand- decorated breakfast set. The kitchens, in glistening enamel, are band-stenclled, have linoleum floors, and very built-in convenience, including sabinets and re-frlgerators. " Landscaping. ' f,i t h p onds patio entrances, lend color throughout the tract VALUE IS THE FIRST IMPRESSION ON ENTERING THIS FASCINATING LITTLE HOME. AN IMPRESSION JUSTIFIED- BY CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF BOTH HOUSE AND FURNISHINGS. , . : ' . THE SAME MQTIVE STRIVING TO GIVE THE PUBLIC THE: UTMOST VALUE FOR ITS DOLLAR HAS IMPELLED BOTH MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.'S RETAIL STORE,' WHO FURNISHED THE HOME, AND J. B. PEPPIN, WHO BUILT IT. ' YOU WILL FIND THE COMFORTABLE FURNITURE AND EFFICIENT HOME EQUIPMENT EXHIBITED HERE.1 REPRESENTATIVE OF THE COM. PLETE DISPLAY IN WARD'S BIG RETAIL STORE, WHERE VALUE MEETS PRICE IN ALL OF THE 64 'DEPARTMENTS. VISIT WARD'S. ' ' " ' .. ." : - : ' ' .To reach "Casa Palomares," drive out Foothill Blvd. ' ' . to High Street, then north to Culver; or take "J" car 1 to Penniman Ave., walk east on Penniman two blocks to Eastman, and up Eastman 1 block to Culver. Prices of these homes are fSSIO to U800, with ten years to pay. There art no ' second mortgages to be refinanced. ' All that l( needed ' Is a small initial payment, With the balance like rent. . 814,500.00 HAS PARTIAL CARRIER RALPH A. KNAPP ' . KEAXTOB Franklin Street-.. ' z 29th Ave. and East 14th St., Oakland, Calif. LA PI SQUARE CORPORATION S .in.

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