National Geographic : 1947 Mar
t"We /ie iefue oftahk,Ameica iie Ass*arnwe 6oaadeatd eClipper" "'Si, Sefiora Ramirez,' the stewardess was saying as we stepped aboard the Clipper... 'En que puedo servirles?' "And the answer of our Latin American fellow passengers was so rapid, so musical, so different from English, that Tom and I felt we were already in Latin America even before the Clipper took off!" If you, too, would like to fly away from ice and snow, see your local Travel Agent or Pan American for rates and reserva tions, not only to Latin America but throughout the world. * We of Pan American share in a nineteen-year record of public service unequaled in the history of air transport. We realize and know in detail every one of the requirements which make traveling abroad so differ- ent from traveling inside the United States-and, at the same time, so interest ing! Call on us for help with customs, foreign ex change and immigration procedures-for any per sonal service great or small regarding your trip. I4A 4ffniE'rAv !kJA'IIf /1Ww/fYS '2Vc 5k/em o/k/77ink (Aers _ .,_ On foreign soil you're greeted by a friendly Passenger-Service Representative who speaks English-you feel at home abroad.