National Geographic : 1931 Nov
The Rhodes Memorial, at CapeTown And Now SOUTH / AFRICA South Africa, the sunny section of the once "Dark Continent," is a mecca of the traveling elite-those who flee from northern winters, and seekers of strange sights and un spoiled natural marvels. Leaders of fashion gather at race meets and luxurious country clubs; veteran globe-trotters come here for new thrills and novel sights. Near Durban, "pearl of the East African Coast," you see original Africa in all its native glory-Zulus and their families-quaint kraals, tribal customs, witch doctors, and j war dances with wild barbaric panoply. And a wealth of wonders awaits you-Cape Peninsula's exqui St. site scenery and historic relics; Georges Street, the fairy-like Cango Caves; CaPe Kruger Park, teeming with African game; the rugged Drakensberg, the Valley of a S Thousand Hills, Zimbabwe's S mysterious ruins, and Africa's crowning glory-matchless Giraffe Victoria Falls. in the National Sports abound, and travel fa 1978 Park cilities are most comfortable. For full information, address Thos. Cook & Son 587 Fifth Avenue,NewYork,N.Y. or American Express Company 65 Broadway, New York, N.Y. or any office of Thos. Cook & Son or the American Express Company SAY THANKS WITH FLOWERS THE WAY ON Thanksgiving Day, to remember the folks back home .. or an absent loved one ... telegraph a fragrant bouquet! Your flower message will span the miles swiftly and safely if you look for the "Mercury" em blem when you order. It assures quality, service and satisfaction! SAY IT WITH FLOWERS BY WIRE WITH SAFETY The "Mercury" symbol shown above indicates membership in the Florists' Telegraph Deliv ery Association, an international organization bonded for your protection. Over 1,400,000 orders for flowers by wire are annually cleared through the F. T. D. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."