National Geographic : 1945 Aug
**WKffll^^^H ^^^B^^ MMM^ 8 "" .- ^w@~-w-te -T: St with a factory program for universal service Henry Ford long ago declared: "A sale does not complete the transaction between us and the buyer, but establishes a new ob ligation on us to see that his car gives him service." Early, the Ford Motor Com pany saw the need for personal service, precision tools, trained mechanics. From all over the world men came to the Ford plant for service method train ing. In a sense, they took with them part of the factory itself, methods and ideals, and thus Ford service became universal. 'Through the development of special-purpose tools and scien tilic methods, Ford was first to make it possible for dealers to give service measuring up to the precision built into the original car. Today Authorized Ford Service dealers everywhere have available a complete line of fac tory-approved tools that mean finer workmanship, greater econ omy for the car owner. And the Ford Motor Company continues to supervise the training of men who will use these tools. Here is one more of many im portant Ford "firsts." It is pay ing extra rewards to owners un der wartime driving conditions. "THEFORDSHOW"Singingstars, orchestra and chorus.Sunday, completeNBCnetwork.2:00 P.M., E.W.T., 1 P.M., C.W.T., 12:00M.,M.W.T., 11:00 A.M.,P.W.T. EXPECT THE "FIRSTS" FROM FORD!