National Geographic January 1967 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine January 1967

National Geographic January 1967


Parks, Plans, and People: How South America Guards Her Green Legacy
A survey trip finds five nations - - Peru, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay - - creating or expanding park systems and moving ahead with conservation laws.
Sailors of the Sky
Soaring sailplanes, kept aloft by rising air currents, release the human spirit - - and spark competitions for altitude and distance.
Alligators: Dragons in Distress
As Florida's growth encroaches on their swampland and illegal hunters take their hides, the great reptiles of the Everglades are increasingly threatened.
Problems of a Two- part Land: Pakistan { Pakistan: Problems of a Two- part Land}
The Muslim republic, created and split in two by the partition of the Indian subcontinent, faces the problems of a burgeoning population.
The Flowers That Say Aloha
Hawaiians make fragrant leis on all occasions to give as loving greetings, adding a grace note to daily life.


General Motors Corporation ( GM) : Cadillac Fleetwood Eldorado: Nothing Ever Said New So Beautifully . . . or Cadillac So Well { Cadillac Motor Car Company}
Johnson Motors: Johnson Sea- Horse Outboard Motor: Way Out Fun . . . Way In Economy { Outboard Marine Corporation}
National Geographic Society: National Geographic Society Membership: Viet Nam Map Next Month
Ford Motor Company: Ford Automobiles: Here' s Another Better Idea . . .
All- Year Club Of Southern California: Southern California Travel Information: All This At Hometown Prices
Del Rey Industries, Inc. : Truck Camper: Stop On A Whim . . .

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