National Geographic : 1925 Mar
San Francisco offers much In San Francisco, close to gre:lt universities, thousands of new families each year find exceptional cultural opportunities and corres- ponding advantages in getting ahead financially. A symphony con- cert seat costs twenty-five cents. The public schools are increasing at the rate of one new school a month. I ncreasing population provides in- creasing industrial opportunities for manuf:lcturer and employe. ARE you hedged in, where you are? Are you looking for the better opportunity to succeeCl, for yourself and your children? California, with millions of prosperous people who came from other communities, has room for millions more, in town and country. Her cities in and ne:lr the San Francisco Bay district hold the lowest infant mortality rate in the United States. Her boys and girls play out of doors the ye:lr 'round-they furni,hed more members to the latest Olympic teams than any other s:ate, because, in California, every sport belongs to all the people, and is pbyed all through the year. So it is throughout C:llifornia's magnificent Central Valley. You "'ill find swimming pools and golf courses in tiny towns, or even out in the country, and everywhere willingness to work hard when work is to be done and to play \\·ith equal enthusi:lsm when opportunity offers. Life is better here for you and your family, in every W:ly. Write for this booklet Only a moderate nest-egg is needed in order to take advantage of California's opportunities. "California, IWhere Life is Better" is an illustrated free booklet that tells you all about them. CALIFORNJAl\S INC., a non-profit organization of citizens interested in the sound development of the State, will send it to you on request. Write for it today. Fill in the coupon and mail it to CALIFORNIANS INC., San Francisco, California. "I have a wife and family of two, one a Cali- fornian born-and I can say that nowhere in my travels have I seen heaIthier children. The opportuni- ties California of- fera a man willi"g to work cannot be found else- where." - G. G., MISSION SAN JOSE Where will your Children be at your age? HThe Two Helens" ofSa,I Francisco Bay MiH Helen Wills (with the famous sunshield). Olympic and national women's tennis ch"mpion, and Miss Helen Jacobs. natio "a I [[irIs' ten nis champion. They came, they saw, they stayed - How thousands of newcomers feel about life in California. "One of our five children, often troubled with ma- 1aria' gained 21 pounds in three m0nths,andwe all look and feel uifferent. California, by reason of her won- derful sunny climate, is the ideal place for the intensive little farm. " -J . BLoD!