National Geographic : 1935 Aug
FLIES HIS PLANE BY HAMILTON TIME OLNE of the "cream" of the nation's pilots.. a man with a million flying miles behind him... a man whose steady nerves have brought thousands of passengers to happy landings. To "Dick" Dobie, veteran pilot of the United Air Lines, accuracyin a watch is a vital necessity... in checking his position, in measuring the speed of head or tail wind, in telling him the exact moment when his "spot" on the air is "open" to make radio contact with the ground. Like many of that distinguished group of fliers known as "million-milers," he prefers a Hamilton. It is no longer news that Hamilton time is "official time" in transportation, explo ration, and research. But it may be news to you that today Hamilton is offering a new line of smartly modern watches at the lowest prices in Hamilton history. See the new Hamiltons at your jeweler's. Illustrated folder upon request. Hamilton Watch Company, 882 Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. "Million-miler"Dick Dobie, distinguishedNew York Cleveland pilot of the United Air Lines, checks his n arrivaltime at the Newark Airport by his Hamilton. I V NEWESt (Left to right) ROBERTA. 17 jewels. 14K filled gold, white or natural yellow. $52.50. With filled gold bracelet, $55. CARSON. 17 jewels. 14K filled natural yellow gold only. Case curved to fit the wrist. With applied gold numeral dial (shown), $52.50. ADAMS. 17 jewels. 14K filled gold, white ornatural yellow. $50. With applied gold markerdial (shown), $52.50. Other Hamiltons from $35 to $400.