Two Local Plants
Have War Work
Two Ann Arbor plants which
were major producers in World
War II are now working on gov-
ernment contracts related to war
work, but, it was stated, neither
job reul'i ' 'he Korean war.
King-^ orp. is making
"•'•nel ass^..ii^n._.-, for all kinds of
'.-., and recently added the Willy's ;
'riand jeep line. (Willy's last'
'k received a huge government:
'.tract for jeeps for the Army.) :
' gus, Robert Lewis, manager i
i-'-president, said that "we |
alreauy have a few small govern- ^
ment contracts, but they are rou- |
tine—not connected directly with
the war. They are fire control and'
sighting devices." .
It may be many weeks yet be-
fore any local plants get directly;-
, into current war production work,;
aftd that will depend on the seri-'
ousness of the conflict, ipfrirn-ipd"
industrial sources here re', '