National Geographic : 1938 Feb
FOR TIMING RADIO COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN JUNGLE AND WORLD OUTSIDE "Following Stanley's Trail by Trailer." Two luxurious, completely equipped trailers will go with Gatti into the in terior, following the trail of the famous Stanley. (Right) Gatti, his Hamilton on his wrist, with 'Toto," one of a new race of Okwapi discovered by Gatti. C OMMANDER ATTILIO GATTI, famOUS jungle explorer leaving New York this month on his 10th Expedition, hopes to penetrate into the depths of the Belgian Congo where neither white man nor native has ever gone before. Cut off completely from civilization, he will yet communicate by short wave with the entire world-trusting to the Hamiltons carriedby both himselfand his wife for the perfect timing necessary to establishradio station contact. Gatti's faith in Hamilton accuracy built up through several previous ex peditions-is in keeping with that of a long list of famous explorers and scientists who have chosen Hamilton where dependable and accurate time keeping was vitally necessary to success. The same fine Hamilton performance may be yours in a variety of models, ranging from $37.50 to $5000. No Hamilton has fewer than 17 jewels. None is cased in less than precious metal. Write for illustrated folder. Hamilton Watch Co., 882 Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. (Left to Right) CONSTANCE. 17 jewels. 14K gold-filled case. Raised numeral dial. With silk cord (shown), $47.50 SIDNEY. 17 jewels. 10K gold-filled case, natural yellow only. With applied gold numeral dial... $40 COLE. 17 jewels. 10K gold-filled case, natural yellow only. Black enamel numerals.... $42.50 "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."