National Geographic : 1963 Sep
HOW TO SEE THE CHANGING MIDDLE SOUTH Explore the National Parkway along Missis sippi's famous Natchez Trace, the old Indian trail that once was the only road between stately Natchez and Nashville, Tennessee, some 450 miles away. By contrast, modern Middle South inter changes speed you on your happy tour-just as varied transport facilities speed Middle South products by highway, rail, air and water to populous markets. The Middle South is surrounded by growing markets. It is linked by the Mississippi and the Intracoastal Canal to the great inland ports of the nation. And to the south-via the Gulf-lies Latin America. Accessibility is only one of many reasons why it's profitable to produce in the changing Middle South-where people believe in industry's right to profit. The Middle South UTILITIES SYSTEM INVESTOR-OWNED COMPANIES Arkansas Power & Light Company, Little Rock, Ark. Louisiana Power & Light Company, New Orleans, La. Mississippi Power & Light Company, Jackson, Miss. New Orleans Public Service Inc., New Orleans, La. For free colorful guide map, 101Happy Vacation Ideas-write The Middle South Area Office, 229 International Trade Mart, New Orleans 12, La.