National Geographic : 1944 Jun
GANG,1 FOR A6SOER! GAWlr'W a1L9bll R MAMA has decided that her two young men should meet each other. And he's off to see his daddy - for the first time! We may not be able togive them the kind of ride we'd like to.Trains will be crowded. Some coaches maynot be as comfortable and convenient as our best equipment. They may have towait on sidings astroop and munitions trains get the right of way. But service men and their relatives are good soldiers.They take incon veniences in theirstride, understand ing that the railroads are doing the best they can tobring them together. With traffic soheavy, the railroads cannot always maintain alltheir prewar standards. But they are keeping their dates with con voys, and fighting allthe emergencies that gowith the world's biggest transportation job. They're working asthey have never worked before and aredetermined todotheir level best tohelp get the job done, and done as speedily aspossible.