National Geographic : 1936 Dec
0*HEC <° AM IN PORT, TOO- yWO' laryotuce ou4 uest The ship's in! Before you lies a bright new world .. with the Great White Fleet as your host, placing every comfort-diversion-at your finger tips. Such hospitality is not new to you on a Guest Cruise. You've experienced it at sea . . .on a snow-white liner designed especially for the tropics. You've bronzed on sun-splashed decks, gone swim ming in the atmosphere of a smart beach club; enjoyed food that is tempting, varied . . . danced to music that swings you to your feet and keeps you there .. . All this and more has been your happy lot as our honored guest. From New York to Havana, Jamaica, B. W. I., Panama Canal and Costa Rica. Every Thursday. 17 days, $210 . . . to Jamaica, B. W. I., Panama Canal and 3 ports in Colombia, S. A . Every Saturday. 19 days, $210. . .to Havana, 10 days, $135. Also weekly cruises from Philadelphia to Guatemala, 19 days, $228. Other Guest Cruises from New Orleans, Los Angeles Harbor, San Francisco. All outside staterooms, mechanical ventilation. Or chestras. Talking pictures. No passports required. Superior accommodations only slightly higher. Apply any Authorized Travel Aaent or UNITED FRUIT COMPANY, Pier 3, N.R., or 632 Fifth Ave., SNew York; 111 West Washington SSt., Chicago; 321 St. Charles St., *& New Orleans. 4'I 2 ft kIHIt^ If you want to escape from snow and ice, sleet and slush and blizzards, now is the time to slip away. Migrate, head south, follow the birds to sunny St. Petersburg on the warm shores of the Gulf of Mexico . . . It's a comfortable, delightful, South Sea-Island sort of place, where the warm breeze is in the palm trees and there's an endless variety of enjoyable things to do and places to go. St. Petersburg is one of America's greatest outdoor playgrounds . . . Splendid hotels, apartments and furnished homes provide accommodations to suit every requirement. For General booklet, Hotel booklet, Apartment House booklet, or School folder, write today to G. G. Scott, Secretary, Chamber of Commerce. LET US SEND FAST NEW HIGHWAY YOU A MAP ROUTE TO FLORIDA This Smooth, Level and Scenic Route Avoids The Dangerous, Delaying Traffic of Big Cities write to Dept. N OCEAN HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION Box 342 Charleston, South Carolina MAPS Recent additions to The Society's series of ten-color maps for wall or desk use-noted for readability, accuracy, and reference value. PACIFIC OCEAN-Published as a 38 x 31-inch supplement with this issue of The Magazine. Paper, 50¢; linen, 75¢. Index, 25¢ additional. CANADA- Published in June, 1936; 40 x 27 inches; includes new surveys and discoveries in Yukon Territory. Paper, 50¢; linen, 75¢. Index, 25$ extra. THE WORLD-Published in December, 1935; 23 x 44 inches; drawn in two hemispheres; shows recent boundary readjustments. Paper, 500; linen, 75$. Above prices include postage in U. S. and Possessions; elsewhere 25¢ extra per item. Write for folder describing pictures, books, and other maps-Africa, Asia, Europe and the Near East, United States, Mexico, etc. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY DEPT. LL, WASHINGTON, D. C. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."