National Geographic : 1945 Aug
Studebaker is mighty proud of this father-and-son war team They're half the world apart but still "working together" The sergeant's father has been busy on an important Studebaker war pro duction job-A veteran of over 32 years' Studebaker employment, this head of the Kowalski family has two fine sons in the American Army-Edward, as well as his former Studebaker team-mate, Roman. YOUR WAR BONDS HELP KEEP AMERICA STRONG line. Yet, although separated by many miles, the two have con tinued to "work together" in a THERE'S a lot more difference common cause as the father, witl between India and Indiana than increased determination, help is represented by spelling and Studebaker produce military geography. equipment. No one knows this better than One reason for the exceptional U. S . Army Sergeant Roman Ko- endurance of Studebaker cars and walski, now "sweating it out" as a trucks is the quality of the crafts. radio operator in the steaming CBI manship which Studebaker's fam theater, thousands of miles from his ily teams have made their life work. comfortable home in South Bend. The same high standards will Until September, 1942, when he serve you faithfully in finer new entered the armed forces, this young Studebakers upon the resumption man had been a team-mate of his of motor car manufacturing. father on a Studebaker assembly Awarded To All ' StudebakerPlant. PE PEACETIME BUILDER OF FINE CARS AND TRUCKS Wartime builder of Cyclone engines for the Boeing Flying Fortress -heavy. dury Studehaker military trucks Weasel personnel and cargo harriers. I 1 I I !