National Geographic : 1965 Dec
Loads any standard 35mm film cartridge in under 72 seconds This Bell & Howell/Canon QL f/1.9 combines painless loading with exceptional 35mm precision. You can buy film for it anywhere in the world (over 50 different kinds to choose from). And no matter where you go and what you shoot, you'll bring back the best pic tures you ever took. For certain. The electric eye locks the shutter if the light istoo dim automatically prevents underexposed shots. Under $119. Also available in f/1.7 and f/2.5. Bell & Howeall /Canonl photographic instruments built a little better than they really have to be Shhh. This is a quiet vacation. The informal life. Charming cottages on beach or hillside. The sporting life. (We provide sloops, sailfish, pool and tennis court). White secluded beaches. (So private you can almost forget your bikini). People. (Nice people. Fun people. Single or married. Want to be or just were). A central hotel. (Just a short stroll or surrey ride from your cottage). Superb service. Great food. Music. Dancing. A nightly change of pace from the lazy golden days. Do you love all this? We're for you. Grapetree Bay. (What a beautiful name). Warning: the entire area is so magnificent you might go home a property owner. Many do. Want a color brochure? Get in touch. Grapetree Bay SJohn A. Burgess, General Manager Grapetree Bay (N) Christiansted St. Croix, Virgin Islands, U.S.A. Statement of ownership, management, and monthly circulation of the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC OWNER AND PUBLISHER: National Geographic Society EDITOR AND MANAGING EDITOR: Melville Bell Grosvenor HEADQUARTERS OF PUBLISHER AND PUBLICATION: 1145 Seventeenth Street, N.W ., Washington, D. C .. 20036 STOCKHOLDERS: BONDHOLDERS: MORTGAGEES; OTHER SECURITY HOLDERS: None. Average no. copies each issue Single issue nearest during preceding 12 mos.V to filing date A. TOTAL COPIES PRINTED July '64-June '65 May '65 (Net Press Run) 4,295,000 4,555,000 B. PAID CIRCULATION July '64-June '65 May '65 1. Single Copy Sales 1,784 674 2. Mail Subscriptions 4,250,793 4,492,027 C. TOTAL PAID CIRCULATION 4,252,577 4,492,701 D. FREE DISTRIBUTION (incl. samples) BY MAIL, OR OTHER MEANS 17,270 14,337 E. TOTAL DISTRIBUTION (SumofCandD) 4,269,847 4,507,038 F. OFFICE USE, LEFT OVER, ETC. 25,153 47,062 G.TOTAL(SumofE&F) 4,295,000 4,555,000 July 15,1966 the barquentine VERONA leaves Portugal for a ten month 20,000 mile passage through the Mediterranean, Red Sea, around Africa, and across the Atlantic to the Caribbean and U.S. She will stop at the most interesting and out-of-the way places, such as Yugoslavia, Greek Islands, Istanbul, Seychelles, Kenya and Tanzania with time out for a safari, Mozambique, South Africa, Angola, Nigeria, Ghana, and the best of the Caribbean Isles. The 131' teak VERONA is one of the finest sailing vessels in commission today. She has been completely refitted during the past three years with new machinery, electronics, and equipment. She is commanded by Christopher Sheldon, Ph.D., who has sailed more than 125,000 miles in square-riggers throughout the world. The voyage offers young men, women, and married couples a unique opportunity for deep-water sailing, skindiving, travel, adventure and education. Cost: $3,750.00 THE OCEANACADEMY- 137 ROWAYTONAVE., ROWAYTON,CONN.