National Geographic : 1931 Feb
Screens, too, have gone modern ROLSCREENS obviate the unsightliness and incon veniences of old-fashioned, wide-framed screens. Installed permanently, they require no annual putting up and taking down. They roll up and down, like a window shade. Window washing and access to flower boxes or casement latches are simplified. No gathered dirt to soil breeze AFRICA G&fG&e TRADE MARK Golden Days- OPELLA, IOWA Starry Nights! e W INTER-and you long for sunny lands, * genial climesl Connoisseurs of travel joys N f O Ie are turning toward South Africa, where floods of sunshine, blue skies, and an exhilarating z.; atmosphere fill one with fresh zest for all out door sports-and your eyes may feast on a wealth of wonders such as only Africa offers. Where else can you see Victoria Falls? The charming, historic Cape Peninsula? Mines that yield more than half the world's gold? Famed Kimberley, whose sparkling gems be deck the fair ones of earth? The Bantu with e his primitive kraal, unique tribal ceremonies, c o his witch doctors and war danc s? es eow e You will stand in awe at the tomb oef ^e fcs~ Rhodes, on a granite hill of the Matopos, as ' Oi ya A you ponder the colossal dreams of the empire " builder. Zimbabwe-supposed source of Sol- T ee jod omon's gold--will recall the fascinating tales Th of Rider Haggard. And you may span the a- ,t centuries withcurious speculation on Africa'ssee early cave dwellers as you examine the rock . es paintings of ancient Bushmen. S So e luxe express trains, splensendid motor highways, s e and excellent hotels, minister to your every 'tbe "s et " ona h\. c~e Yetee . a'4" comfort and convenience. a e, . Full information and Booklet OD-1 will be gladly a o y C O l l l N" |\ 1 supplied by the Director oata ta .r South cAfrica 'Travel CBureau 'ea ea e " 11 Broadway New York City - 16Mention the Geograhic-It identifies you." "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."