National Geographic : 1959 May
From Maine to Montana and beyond STrucklines are America's Lifelines! Multi-wheeled refrigerators carry live Maine lobster to any supper table in the U.S .A . From northeastern waters deep sea fish go by temperature-controlled trucks across the country. From Mississippi and Florida refrigerated trucks fan out to northern markets with shrimp, mackerel, pom pano and sea trout. Trucks bridge the distance from freezer plant to you with no likelihood of wasteful thawing. Today, an Iowa family can serve New England lobster or Penn sylvania mushrooms . . . all through the services of trucks. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Mention the National Geographic-It identifies you iouNAT ION AMERICAN TRUCKING INDUSTRY Washington 6. D.C.