National Geographic : 1938 May
The Three-Headed Goddess and George Gribbin ONE OF THE favorite goddesses in the Tibetan mythology is called Sitatipatriparijiti. She is a kindly goddess, equipped with no less than three heads, the better to look out for the interests of her Tibetan charges perhaps. George Gribbin, who drives a 1937 car, never heard of Sitatapatriparijiti. But he knows that three heads are better than one when it comes to looking out for his interests. That is why George insures his car in The Trav elers. For in case of an accident, he'd have three wise heads to tackle the claims, reports, and end less details that would have to be tended to. In short, he'd have the services of three Travel ers experts: the agent who handled his insurance, the claim investigator, and the claim adjuster. Among them, they would take over George's troubles and protect both his property and his peace of mind. Moreover, they would be on the job almost be fore George could say SitatipatriparijitR. For The Travelers has thousands of agents and hun dreds of claim investigators and adjusters, stra tegically located throughout the United States and Canada, ready to serve policyholders promptly. Moral: Insure in The Travelers. The Travelers Insurance Company, The Travelers Indemnity Company, The Travelers Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut.