National Geographic : 1944 Oct
DRAWN BEHIND THE LINES BY CLIFFORD SABER "I MADE THIS SKETCH at a hospital camp East of Alamein. I had a lot of friends that night that I haven't got now . . . but today, in the whisper of some melody filled with their "Ihear their voices voices and their laughter, a lot of things that seemed so wrong at the time have eased off, and the distance between us . seems a little less... in music!" now. . .lusic... 1 FROM EARLY CHILDHOOD, through all the joys and tragedies of life ... there are few of us who do not rely on the power bf music to set us right, to give us solace and courage, to create happiness for us. Today ... as we at Stromberg-Carlson devote all our hours to making communications equipment for war ... we look forward to the time when we can again bring you an instrument that will carry music into your home. When that day comes, we will bring you radios and radio phonographs that will give you music, voice and every type of program reproduced with a naturalness you have never before enjoyed. OUR "E" FLAG means many things to the men and Women of Stromberg-Carlson. It means :. kep turning out the equip ment ft our fighting men. It means... keep buying War Bonds till it hurts. It means . give blood to the Red Cross. It means ... keep praying and working for victory to bring our boys home! In radios, television, telephones, sound equipment .. . there's nothing finer than a STROMBERG-CARLSON A half-century of fine craftsmanship In Canada, Stromberg-Carlson, Ltd. 0 1944, STROMBERG-CARLSON COMPANY, ROCHESTER, N. Y.