National Geographic : 1930 Jan
Sunny winter vacations in the old hauntsof the Conquistadors TUCSON "Too -sohn ) HISTORIC TUCSON, cradle of Western civilization ... with purple mountains, gloomy deserts, Spanish Missions, Old Mexico as scenic background... is America's newest sportland in the Old Southwest. v Here "winter" means blue sky and sunshine... hunting, riding, golf (all-grass courses), dude ranches, country clubs. Shops, theaters, schools, University, the oldest and largest municipal airport in U. S . A. Write Sunshine Club for free booklet. Reservation In hotels, etc., and personal service to visitors is gratis. Winter rates on Rock Island and Southern Pacific Lines-NOW TUCSON Sunshine-Climat Club ARIZONA 904 Old Pueblo Bldg., Tucson, Arizona Please send me the free "SUNSHINE BOOKLET" Address Address- - - - - Treasure Isle 'Beckons Swaying palms. Flowering oleanders. A blue,blue sky and an emerald sea. And all about you... the verve and thrill of a semi-tropical winter. As you amble along sandy bridle-paths that fringe the sea you share the light-heartedness of your mount -for the weather's just right for comfort. Diver sions aplenty await you-golf, tennis, boating, fishing, hunting, surf bathing and scores more things to do. Come! and bring the family. For interesting book let, write to Dept. 120, Chamber of Commerce, Galveston, Texas. Gd IVoftOf ON THE GULF.... Sound-Thererefore Productive [ HAT every advertisement inThe SGeographic must be wholly safe for readers-to act upon, and recommend, needs no iteration. The National Geographic Magazine does not permit its name to be as sociated, even indirectly, with adver tising of any other standard. Nor is it accidental that so many readers write that they find these advertising pages an intensely interesting as well as thoroughly trustworthy source of buying infor mation as to products and services that add to their comfort, pleasure and efficiency. For the constant endeavor is to make the advertising pages truly a well edited Business News Section for our 1,250,000 Geographic families. Under its Selective Advertising Policy The Magazine rejects each month many advertisements solely because they do not convey infor mation sufficiently applicable and valuable to the readers to gain their favorable reaction. For The Magazine feels that it has no right to waste its readers' time and attention-whether in advertis ing pages or in editorial signatures. The Geographic is known also by the advertising it does not print. National Geographic Magazine Washington, D. C.