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88683285/88683933/P. LORILLARD COMPANY L-891 GEN. T-M REGISTRATION CERTIFICATES TRADEMARKS & MAGAZINES DRAFTS - EXTRA COPIES, ETC. FOLDER NUMBER 3 OF 3 FOLDERS
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2 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL March 16, 1953 The "TOPS" in Quality and Value ROBT. BURNS Classic . . . . . . 2 for 25¢ Panatela de Luxe 2for27¢ Perfecto Grande . . . . 15¢ Corona Supreme . 3 for 50¢ Cigarillos .. . . . . . 50 WHITE OWL Invincible . . . . . . . 10¢ Panatela . . . . . . . . 10¢ VAN DYCK Perfecto . .. . . . . . 10¢ FAMOUS FROM `COAST TO COAST CM Cr ov w ~ Cr x a
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March 16, 1953 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL 13 E 86~J339;j
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Ivlarch 16, 195Z UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL Henry Leonard & Thomas, Inc. proudly announces the acquisition of The entire pipe line is now on display at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Atlantic City. You are cordially invited to attend the showing or write for full information today. HENRY LEONARD & THOMAS, Inc. V. O. Bcx 375 Graensboro, N. C. HOME OF Rova;*-y , #...Si.di.ttnrc S S~ k i i 11~ 4 E,86831103 17
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16 IJNITEll STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL Henry Leonard & Thomas, Inc. proudly announces the acquisition of DUKE of DUNDEE HONEYDEW ROYAL DUKE The entire pipe line is now on display at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Atlantic City. You are cordially invited to attend the showing or write for full information today. HENRY LEONARD & THOMAS, Inc. V. O. Bcx ]75 Gn.n.6e.e, N. C. Illare.h 16, 193., ia 1® li{o Ii il ll lt ll ~~~ b&683q02
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March 16, 1953 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL 19 nrr.v.rr Cork Bowl Filter Pipe ~ with "Meer-ucle Meerschaum" Inner Bowl Liner By Here's a big bruiser of a pipe that's gentle as a lamb. Buoyant cork bowl is feather-lighl. Cork- a-bola even floats if you drop it overboard while boating that big bass. Campers Hunters Hikers Fishermen Servicemen Farmers Cowboys Indians Loggers And... He-men everywhere! The "meer-acle meerschaum" inner howl reaches a new all time high in cool, mild smoking. Takes Filter King or other standard pipe filters. 7'2 as- sorted man-sized shapes to colorful display card. CORK-A-BOLA IS BRAND NEW. WRITE US TODAY! Designed, Made and Unconditionally Guaranteed by L. & H. STERN, Inc. 56-60 Pearl Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 68s83h05
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March 16, 1958 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL 7 AVAILABLE IN MAJOR MARKETS HAS THE TIP~ FOR YOUR LIPS 1. NEW TIPS OF PEoQFECT CORK 2. KING SIZE FOR NATURAL F/LTER/NC Tf/E O/FFERENCE 3. is QUALITY s Gq A CepY^>M 1DS). L-. S Mrtu ic..-sc Cc. wli b8E83a93
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March IG, lsi>;" UN1Tha STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL P.6lhankYou NATD for making NEW PRIUP MORRIS kINOSflE •a smash hitall overAmeriea ! I , , BECAUSE of the tremendous demand for the new King-Size PHILIP MORRIS, some of your retuilers may be "caught shorc" Don't let it happen 1 By helping retailers keep KingSize PHILIP MORRIS stocks up to par, you will be helping yourself. Millions of smokers will call again and again for PHILIP MORRJS, King-Size and Regular. Make certain your retailers are ready to meet the demand. ~ ~op PHILIP MORRIS 6 96834 0')
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31 CINITGU STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL Nlxrch 16, 1953 .~~ Z Rotating their stock by selling-the lowest number -~- f3rst. This number is found on the ends of all B & W to s A lt j bb ill h car n . s a resu , o ers w never ave an inventory of old merchandise And their customers / . ~/ will always receive fresh B & W Tobacco Products. BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORPORATION~ rK NITUCKY Placing standing orders on all B & W Tobacco Products. Thereby saving time and trouble of sending in special orders each week. And their standing order receives priority from B & W in case of shortages. EysHa~ir~
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Msrch 16, 1953 UUNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL Headquarters f or CIGAR LEAF TOBACCO H. DUYS & CO., Inc. 76 Beaver Street New York 5, N. Y. Since 1886 Amsterdam Havana Catano Westfield Netherlands Cuba Puerto Rico Massachusetts 38 6y6t33419
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March 16, lUL", UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL 21 Q,~~'GU-<<,_~"„• SALES REPRESENTATIVE L is as close as your telephone I ?Ai4~ SD55 NovruI B.idge Srirrei~dexiW IDANO NA OREGON WASMINGION Nott .Faungt l.]5 ]Ord Av~, SaurM1 Seal/ls II,Wa,A. f.unkNn 60)0 ~ ~ 5 al)6[x~ )3l W.lrcde 51. Cvnvael,` N. C. ane 5lI NO. ILLINOIS NO.INDIANL AN(ANSAS,LOUISIANA MISSISSIPPI IENNESSEE,EE%AS ]B06 M.R'm.er A.e. DuYlor,le.. i0) OELAWARE, D. C.. MARYLAND, ONI0' PENN., W. VIRGINIA aV //V (•tYV ]I11 Ya.E.M1ire N2. Clevelond Nei5/rlr OFio a..mcnr .5U)) MICNIGAN.MIIINESOIA WISCON5IN ARISONA MEVADA CALNORNIA E cm~n~ 10 S WormoreIO..d b=. IcsCAk9e4s5 Ccl. . 5..055 ~uti` IESfi Woalnir.g,en 51. Nvn.e<ERb-12L6 E10 Snl.rn Are. Elix04•IIr,N l. Pnene ].I]10 u/~ ]]16 Brecdwoy in DIBd arv der y°u ed e ~a: e ~h~re ao„~eccn .. ST. LOUIS I5. MO. • M•mb.i N.A.M,A. und N.A.T.O. . NATIONAL VENDORS, LNC, .5055 NATURAL BRIDGE b8,;N3q07
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UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOUHNAL .~nul nv~.Jol ....~~ r.~GARS R KEEP YOU TpRY-ERESN MODEL u125A Si.e: 6K' ss 4V.' a 9' FAC MEANS CUNSTANT ~ FRESN CIGARS• / Recommended and used by MYERS COX, leading tobacco distributors, and by R.nn.bohm Drug Stnres, who say: "Hankscrnft Humidifiers ore used In rhirteen of our Madison, Wisconsin drug stores. Our cigars are always fresh, customers satisfied, and our sales are 'way up, tool" f-______________---...---.__________._.____.-__-__i ~ To: HANKSCRAFT COMPANY ~ eeedsbn. ww.e.m ~ ~ Ship at.ancu ~ - ' i;,.rNo. 11p3A Ho ksc afl Cgar Cas. Hemldlfien ci $5.95 each.~ _.~ r ~ . . , f..t° i ' . . .. ~. _..._........ __._...... „ . ,_. . ~. I . eaeln5i _._' - -, . ._.._..... _.._ ~ Cln. . -- , • ~ i .roeeess u.ne...... _-,. _,.. ._................. ...... .___-_ NEW LOW PRICE $9.95 VALUE FOR ONLY $595 SATISFIED CUSTOMERS - REPEAT BUSINESS Guarantees factory-fresh cigars - the kind your customers go out of their way to buy at your store: Keeps your tobacco supplies from becoming stale and dry. EASY TO USE Just pour in warer and plug into regulnr electric outlet. Amount of humidity can be varied by adjusting the simple dial. One humidifier has the copaciy to efficiently service ccses up to 72 cubic feet and will operate for two weeks withaut refilling. INEXPENSIVE You <an't afford to be without the new Hcnkscruft Humidifier. Be sure of satisfying customers with the kind of factory-frmh cigars they tell their friends about - rhen come back for more. Distributors - Write for our distributors prapo.ition. The HankscraftCigar Case Humidifier in use in rhe cases ot your re- tailers will eliminate complaints and returns of dried out cigars. 11 THIE HANKSCRAFT COMPANY _ - REEDSBURG, WISCONSIN b8S8;i:i9'/
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Yfarch 16, 19:i8 I~VPPIiU STATh:5 TOBACCU .)OURS.AI. Every brave in the Lorillard wigwam is whooping it up in gratitude for the fine cooperation you have been giving us. We'll keep right on making a lot of noise about our fine products, and we know we can depend on you to drum up bigger business for all of us. A lamous name in tobacco for neurly 200 years. S8Ei83421
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Mtuch 16, 1453 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOUHNAL NOTHING-NO, NOTHING-BEATS BETTER TASTE and LUCKIES TASTE BETTER! Cleaner, Fresher, Smoother! -60 WCKY: .o. ~~. ."X~,~ea.ew,, Be Ha p p y by683423
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V[arch 16, 195s UNITED STATES TOBACCO SOURNAL. 29 Uuard Against 11110at Sciatrh en,y joy the smooz55 smoky2q offri-~e ~baccos --the _fwest quo/ty moner~ car~ d uy NA i 1+" TNE ® FINEST QUACOY 10 Wherever yoV go, nonce bo.. mo~y pmp~e hore chonged ro PALL MALL in rhe dl.fi,g -hed.ed pckage. MONEY CAN BUY Heres Mildness You Can Measure See how PALL MALL's greater length of fine tobaccos filters the smoke on the way to your throat .. Lighi o PALL MALL and notice how mild PAIL or 17-your own eyes can mecsure PALL MALL's MALL's smoke becomes as it is filtered further extra length For extro mildness. rhraugh PALL MALPe rraditianeliy fine, mellow PaIlMall9prenterlengthoffinetobac- ioboccns. caa travels the snsoke fureher an the way At the .ery first puff oF your PALL MALL ycu to your throat-filters the smake and ..ill enjoy PALL MALL's cooler, sweetar moking. makes It mild. And your enjaymenf uF PALL MALL doesn't stop PALL MALL gi.es you o emomhness, mildness ihere. Atter 5 puffs ef each eipontle-er 10- and satisfaction no other cigoreue offers yeu. Outstanding... and Ae, ammild! .~_ ~~.~. _. sasa3'1is
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.'dsroil lli. 1h53 UNITED STdTES TOBACCO JOURNAL 15 sI dy metchansill an 0 ANOTHER PROVEN PROFIT-MAKER BY MERCHANDISING FEATURES I. Flexiblllty-] columns ALL ' r<hanoecble-permining up ro 210 cap city. 2. Chengemaker -anramatk a mulo,ion of nickels nsbnl supply, No "dead invenrory" ol nickels. 3. All wl,mns wn vell 5 or 10 cent merchandise. C. Displcy- effec i- sib'19y any s e or shape packoge- culy aacesable ior change of samples. 5. Appearanro-a+nacrire, funnionol deslgo-s,urdy onsnu<,ion-wbinen and stands Bonderized, and 9nirhed in . benutiful Hammenrone Gre" 6. EmVty Slgnal-Ne. mecharo reol sign sho,, "Column Empty.° • 8 Celamns-..ilh 2 colemns far gum or mint. 6 calumnsforcandy bars, cookies, erc See the Candy Merchant's features that reduce your operating costs ... at the lowest pricee TWO MODELS-) Columna. 8 Columne (2 mlumns, gum and mint) MECHANICAL FEATURES 1. Fastest LoaAn9-"Zip" re.set of shelres permitsinslan, wlumn smrmg-msa ano.efan unload" for change of candy. 2. Nickel Chcnger-aufoma,ic aamr esm naee, need for Ia~ge mw nickel In emory-speedr e.3.Coln Meehnnism- Slagceiectar reylsbr ood chenger all m anled on rack- insmnHy removable. d.Operating Mechanlens-NO vrorking pars in bock-complete mechanism immedb olely occesilble vben doorl.open. ICE CFEnrn "I World's Largest Manufacturer of Automatic Merchandlsing Equlpment SALES OFFICE: 31 East 17eh Street, New York Factory: Whippany, N. J. In Cenada, ker. Ciga. ne Moahlnm are ditlribuNd hy NnaWle.Oclley,bd.,265 Davenpmr Feod,ierenle, Dntono a ~ IJ ® MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC.
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l.u•cb 113, 19ba VNPrt:U R'rerrF:H TuBACCO .JOC'RNAI. Every brave in the Lorillard wigwam is whooping it up in gratitude for the fine cooperation you have been giving us. We'll keep right on making a lot of noise about our fine products, and we know we can depend on you to drum up bigger business for all of us. t/. oCli1!!(Q>.?'Q~ CQOVI&9l9/- p famovs name in lubacco lor nearly 200 yean.
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March 16, 1953 The Trade's Foremost Newsweekly Since 1874 Per Year-$6.00 H. DUYS & COMPANY, InC. NEWYORKSRNSV, Growers, Packers, Importers and Exporters of All Types of Cigar Leaf Tobacco So„th 6.o.d St., We.rfield, Mau. C.d.. III No. 505, Ha.ena, Cub. Catano, Puerto Rico Worth Crowing About TWICE t for QUIality (~ F s ir `~ p ain for Price exn.e.lVMa, pa. Export AgenY Martin Bre+. Tubaa<o Co., ln STEPHANO BROTHERS lf 9rnna..y, New Yerk a, N. T. M f.j ~lJ ~I•--~ ~ ~ ~ / ~j kv AUTOKRAFT BOX CORP CIGAR BOXES A NATION•WIDE SERVICE -PLANTS- Han.a.r, Pa.: Philedelphi., Pa.l Yerk Pe.; Mlncu., OEi. -SUBSIDIARIES- 'r.,.,pla Mfe. Co., Inc., E.enc.ille, Ind.; Enee.pd.e Bea Co., Iac. T.mpa, Fl.. Kalt.eider Boa Co., Inc. Rad Lion, Pa. OUR PLANTS SPECIALIZE IN BOITE NATURE BOXES Hofor Tobacco Corporation Leaf Tobacco Dealers Exporters and Importers LEAF TOBACCO OF ALL TYPES 99 WALL STREET NEW YORK a, N. Y. CABLES:HOFORBAC Perfecto Garcia & Bros. MANUFACTURERS OF ALL HAVANA CIGARS OF QUALITY TAMPA - FLORIDA OOices: Chicago: 208 North Wells Street MEYER & MENDELSOHN, Inc. Gro.ace uJ Pae4n..! Conneeticut, Ha.ana Sced, Broadiear ano Sh.dearown TobaeeD. 155 JOHN STREET NEW YORK Proctor BOBROW BROS., Inc. BOLD QUEEN 220 South 5th Street 'Dipped Filler Tobacco Dryers Proctor & Schwartz, Inc., Phila. _20, Pa, Mamfacwrcr. of Good Ci,arc Since 1907 LEDA EDWARD J. O'BRIEN CO. LEAF TOBACCO BROKERS are eugleesred to produce Flu11y bbaccq debrered in o cool, unllormly dried Condittan. Scier.lilically daeigced and bulll down b tbe lasl detail, Ihese machiaes ebow imporlact erocomiea in ateam, labor, power and Iloor epace. Far more detail, write to, SWIFT DE LUXE Philadelphia 6, Pa. 814817 W.at Nelc Street LOIIISVILLE, RY- We .re bu ,<a Ome n~r aen e,..m e::°bw~ 1: m:~i of L.rla. Alr.eurM. Cr.en Rlver Fire1 Derk Nerylena PLW rti ~the,l tlme a k. NI-sr dTna.e Ne. l: 1 t imP u.MwE tnu si lne ana Lex~nwKn. R}, .na wlbon N stil:u. rae,. O a. m aenu ro ul. .olii ILSON, N. C.. OlFICE: LEEINGTON OFFIC 601-bOf GolJ.kv,n St. 1010.1aL. Se. Brn.Lvn L. B. HAAS & COMPANY (:rowere and Paekers of CONNECTICUT TOBACCO 1{f STATZ lTt1LT HAR7IMD. CaMrl. b858335'~
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UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL (~1hy did Vou ne to vx~`/ L~ ~~ CAMEES, TY(ZONE FbWER.? TNEY HAVE JUST THE MILDNESS I WANT.. TYRONE POWER, Slur of "Mississippl Gamhler", photographed on the set z9as , I Q Do .•~h:¢ 1)~runc Powcr did -mahe yaur own uSSS,f~~~ iiin//J(~ d0-day Cmnel mildncss msrc You'll see ehe venson J i why Camel is by far America's most popular cigarette! Here's all you do: emuke only Camels for 30 days. See how much pou enjoy the rich, full fleror and vhe cool mildness of Camel's exclusrve bleod, a/ s , See ho•r much murc Plczsure you get from (:ainels -peckzfterpvck-rhunyau'rccsrr6adfrom anp oncrr ugnrcue'. r. 9F}CNEt,IBF ,...,,>..~., March 16, 1953 AND CAMELS RICN FLAVOR BR!NGS ME PLEASURE, PACK AFTER PACK! 1 MoK ~ sMoIT CAMElS 9 THAN ANY OTN ER CI GARETTE b8683446
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20 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL March 16. 1958 BRITISH RETAILERS ABANDON CURB ON NEW LINES PREVIOUSLY IMPOSED TO BOOST PROFIT MARGINS \'allun:d Urt.nnizxlim. 1'utr Deciuiun in H:md< nl' Indir4dual 1lenlm- - UnileA Mngdum lu Iteduce'i3 ImporLv uI Leuf F[om Canada - Naym.u'Aef Firm Bind.'1'amper )fonlds. I.aues Attractive Linu. LO\UU 1 \ ,I.A\I) 1 1' 'rho i. r I I, c ul. c, I.h vul. m,.v ,2 n p rt,, v d I . "itl ~.~ I ~ tl ><' +G , ,n ctl~n . t,purd~d ntil Ihr n.I ~ ndq'6i. left te !hr d-.~ ;eunn ef intl. lanl I ull.~~- i.. ( . I tl . . .t ~ rf Ihc ~ rdl .,. .In i.o, t. uminA r el ly i, nltcel oucHU ~..I. c ~ lir.> u .,~ i u'Itir thc ~. ~. exte~~l~d . I:t - ;'Illfo I . i. 1 '~ z 3 ~.. ~I'...ha.r,. I'. I 1/ ~, .. e t~.. . H I.hi ~a, Jut nI Lcu 1 l1.. fnl'c<I ~ . 1anil: ..in: i i th.. r nil- ' Ser tx0. - n n: thc n ..t f, . .nc L:~.n .,n nr„ .om s przx+ible. Lhrc, nulc=lun :hat. In , 1111 tlur m.lnd leill he ,ul xnµad v htc: It L The Nrlti+h ya[c ,,.trt plen. e . r in i;nlro:l. ~d f)mudian t, u ~Laecr~ dring 19,1! , and riKid tnntrnlp n .:~. .n he „titr:t,n m reat,ee r sptiny anlea- r ntket. n be Pr.nA. II i, rennrted t., tla rtirt uf th. Cm:erl:.n :1rr.ru:rm'.:I U.VUVt nC. t-ILua.e Jivi1i.m- 'Inra n ma Fedv.mml ]'v.,ona .d >e- aulmal Cunl' ttll ths. Ilu . t,nll t nnehua g I11,1100,6011 Par.n I: I' ( mndian t.lv.mnI ri 1 3, ~1, " hich vill e Ierlnc.~I 1 t I'rIn, Cuuml.ia LbSY .. t. d, IL56:i:a. Lraf ernmtr fa the . i,- l9eet Indie nd A1zevl':u :d~~ L .] ectod [o ::,UD/LII00 1 nr th.-i na ..ruual v.d•mt nnt- 'fhe Hotel A .1,r of 11unu~~hu h t'n.n . I LLL ., nnder tAe I-im I ~~A,: <iae n,r .~ S I'trhv.," u ~. . ..n y'I(ch c~u I e mm Greetings NATD MEMBERS On your 21st Annual Convention PERFECTO GARCIA & BROS. High Grade Havana Cigars Escfusively VACTORI': Tampa, Florida OFF'1('E: L/IN N. Wells Strcef. Chicago NATIONAL VENDORS EXHIBITS 9-COLUMN UNIT AT NATO SHOW ST. LOL'le. :IP.. T~.. ~I CI I- n I evorted hu th\ra~ . nil. .n.t nn u~~ . ~ n, er .r,ll Le ttea uun u:rnermus. I, the r indx Nev Ve..dhq Unit fmtwud tl the ' ~IirpLi, +,t the ri.t'ro rity. \. 1 next r,uek. Acclnimed h, leedid; wLaooo dirtrih- + thrmgh:at the c enlrc ur anc uf ;he flnmt ti~arettr . ndinc r doh'm" ' Vrurlmml. Iha nil l enp~ r f„e: wr.., shr. Flzh md fltr I. ePu ,:,f tx i uohe«triJr hy~ 16`. mrhexudeq.r~ 9'hc \ull.mnI 9 91L. IiFc xll athel Irrndurt+of Ihe Natium,i Ac-uriwa c:n- r n n;"ane...l .. e n+,.reh 1- Is~n. r,n: a.d hioK ~t dgureLes in all .,u,., n I>. U' ith Ihv trcmi „ ~hin dmn. vhe n ~ <'nift-nnlumns, n s the n uzrc die- Irlbutinn In tuke c; c nfehovh rceuln;' nd kinK e e hr.rnde.~the Natiunal l'un- dm'rv ,un:un 'eVUrt+- IL it, n mlumne an,l tire ausJim ) Continental Can Co. Names Peter Wojtul Sales Head The Continentul Can ('n.. munuflio tmer uf emrmainer= fur the mhzcra znA nther indu=trle>.:uinuunae~l recentlY th.Ur , of Yel.' Waitul m:lireelor ..fr.,ae<~"„nnaf lP- N. Nennwn succeed= Nr. lCOjtn: i-uoncrxl m er uf.xlen iu me rnet- W diciu H, ,. Pn erly eenernl r::4vi ~ d I,,o .ol¢Ite.V 1ai n ihst fict. Tobacco Share Net Shown Cn.np Sucul'itie? T.rL,.aea Sh:,rua rt- ,e,l i 1 11, that Itr r =et 'rdue .u of plemh 1 t, ae$4,66 ;: ohm-c. anm p;:red .rl.h 3a.os,i . r earliel . t~868.940G
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I March 16, 1953 AWAIT CLARIFICATION UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL U b5'{ eyrll nler u Jr _..,. .~, L'e The ,.va,. I ~el ~. ~, ~o ,9_- . _~Irn..rI t , II-.f , . I II t ' OF CIGARETTE PRICING T' ' ' 'f t` ' 1 `I "k , °~- I t,. , t 'I 1.,1. Imperial Tobacco Co. Net IN WISCONSIN MARKET °.e;,.",T;;~I;~,;.~.e LastYearshowsIncrease nuy.. nle lmnerhl 'roY-., , nf t'nn- Salea of Cxmels nnd Cat-adiers Re- Lh- v irrr In I+lolidll, nadq Ltd., .. _- renor.ed purted CLwd - Idnstan StOre Iv d tt V1 Jn A-f 4'c eAVI N f r th /I 1 I AS : net 1 I t , vr fiC e -1 ' I tn t[ aturing Line of NdYtvoodie I G [ YI I '~1' I Fe a t u r in g Ih.ef tl 1 u< [ ,4 : hn' f-f_r PiPe5 - Tradesmcn in P9orida. y~1u.ec nnd \t , iNI .~ [.11 4 Stue a+ill d. Phiz <o nl .h ItY ePINV OLLAIAS .\11 L W A I: ICE F:, W 13. SLesdny - Ta- . a~ Ulms wnI Jurdeil lnrvr , frum IlU aitln,~ r e dennItc xud VIAF,n drnt •.rnuld rtruluhten out th. -cnt frl muddh.I AVi. ..u.- ~ ~, row .d:Lel'- Yl~ xetFe o I vnlnf e In . IlielY~ n vlyflretlus . nJ thc line tl y x tinu: tnu I - fnaullou ,Inl~ ~ ~ePTlr~u d,u:rtivruull:m hern chrr,nI tetp.*I bv ,: rlr.fim,e +p., .I lispcalnti:.n. u, hlFll ., thrr. thla "ue6~-uvl .. r . . nt .,,, ~ i enr:, r:e I~I ; ; th~l,l~~~n;:;;2.:~ i thr. ..tIIC IW1tIiI:tI : n .. Ihe• I,. , n rclllrn ulµaretlu linccs 111. W be han- d1eJ- The ptln,u Orctur In the silwai..n I, th.rt u: tdlne ;.Ixte hnc ciuxrettos nl I+, bc sal<I al a,n;n~ nunr Vrnltl r.: li pe cnt. This elinnna:er the <elllix af re¢ee I•'9nn- Iu.IJers" Io the en[;v~ n ;,f the,mcrller revnllsrs ru ode.~nJr_, rPletztinn mK s . I.buco.~ dleu'IEeOm. .. the 1e Aa In u'nat tltlLi IrY enl 1~14t1t rr - 110111 1. I-n.eA on. +iema lo Le vhe swnl Llin¢ hlnrk. . pv Plpc•' .uern m I.e KuLLing .err ial uuenttt,n Ihe.c Jay~.< u r~nt ~the I:n=tm'. 3«:rc. A 61urt hnl( oI'lh.s.de> ..,,Im,-1 na:e 111 u~h,;orI I aew:ll- nlen, la neinp rl. „1 II, Li.nrt) , nl„ r14'1.L no i 1rduruhuyel' I.Inyd n.erl. ...:n > In.ldlnZ rqI r oule-. _I~ '.f rl I Ji.~.Ii lh I~ chevr II I II ~ wli ... , nd al]cl: .r, l th.. piPO> krcP` u xl id Ikvn, ul~~. I.. 11 + SL. Jlrku,r u .lust ; +II¢hi t.u . ntlcr la~l .- i~ dc . Sllo 91W' I;oud -L+ .'L, ha udrL -. tLo lidlu-Itulo "T~Id x.ka¢c Ihe Fa apc~ . inl srer ,.r unve W ve~ L`a ~I~ IL . .IL,npul.:; Iqx Ih:,l i.J~-Iv~,~ It:.lr I'ine H.I_ cr ohivF +ell+ tut 12 ,.nr fu.l nl Illr . e al Ihe 1ioF~.n Ih:n hll. u. ~hc IL~ . SI~~; Ihe ~ nled 1'r:u... I:eht. ~ Ir.c- It:1111 IF 1 .~ e 1 1 ..1 11 1 ; 1 1 n.e;l 1,1 I~elll s,lIe,..l al1 ,. IrirI ~. 1II 11. ;:r- .: ., ,. ,nu6t ,,.. nd tiked I, - n:nec m::t he .e.r.l ned r .hr:tI ,V r.le Tona, .: e.l, - n9{~ ~ cd rthr Puntlll Invn~Nill Itrc=m. m~kinc th pr, trt "e. f r . "l. he r. ~. cf .e nl: I:zl nnul:rt. THE IMPERIAL AGRICULTURAL CORPORATION GROWERS and PACKERS ... CONNECTICUT SHADEGROWN PACKERS . .. CONNECTICUT VALLEY HAVANA SEED i CONNECTICUT VALLEY BROADLEAF I I II I 801 Windsor Street Hartford 1, Conn. I b,95b3,1,7.7
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12 DEALERS ~ NEVER WOULD ; TAKE A i FULL GROSS i L;; ILLSON/tr 1: ... drls year- all u.cr the U. S., retailers are willinsly placing ordcrs with Wfllsonltc for "San Classes, o c gross assortcd:" hf rclmo s o c mk g I aer ~rw~r tl,aI~t ck. t 11 At' ll nlto ., \ Ilns 11 i. 5tar 1 ceusc they know UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL )'Ixrch 16, 1953 ~ y this feati.u cpc-Ic.cl displzy is going to seing the]ion's share of JWl Glass sales lo Willsoalte As created and produced by Consolidmud, tLis unit parades a d ' tof styles and eneourages s t[ I['s perfect for d f a 1 ee. It s tall enough t be from any place in the i t q-r e minimum of B pac TLi' unit is currently I du ng Ilaodsmely far lt' llw ilc. s/ Y r^ ,r, Vt.it n_- in Ilo„th 633634 at the ~~ S.A;GD.ConvlrnioniuAtlanticCity, 7/ ~ ?furcL lblhl9th, Could Ge your product would also sell "by thc gross" widr a point of sale aid ... Sales Engineered by - Z'. Cetl r1.,.,1.1..N. 1. rhn.dapwa, mn.... t..ndn.>~a T...r.. CDNSDL/DATfD CiJhoqrophinq Corporation 'Tobacco Journal' Publisher Receives City Honor Award Edward H. Davis Accepts Scroll From New York Mayor's Spokesman; Weekly Trade Paper, Founded in 1874 by Oscar Hammerstein I, Gets Official Commendation for Service to Growth of Community. A s roll honoring the UNI'fED symAolizus thc relationship bevwcen STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL's government and industry and the ir- c than threc-fourths af s century terdependenm of cach upan the anherP of service to its industry and tn the "Yo'u have play'ed a dominant role commm'ity at Iarge W s prusented r in the progress of the city and you have cently by a repreeentative of Mayor proved yaur l-dership;" Depury May- Vincent It. Impellicteri of New York or Hmowitz told representntives of to Edwmd H. Davis, publisher of thfs re than I W companies, ineluning the newspaper. "TObxcco Ju.n:zl." which have bee.n in In the a ampanying photograph of existence in New York for ntore than the ceremony at City Hall, Deputy 75 yearv. DroK e.sive," Mayor Charles Horawitz (Icft) c- Yem 3deas have been gruuulates Mr, Davis (holding scroll) he said, "and your personal ar-d corpo- n the "Tobaeco Journal's" ontribu- rate ambition has evef been to tetain tlons to civic development since "The and n iotaln New York City a elt- Trades Foremost Weekly" wes esurb udel of c tluuy d 11 Irehed in the year 1N'S by OscmIlem tade' eratem 1 F.mpha_i ng what 3LIlmow' s de Mr. Iloruwite, presenting an address suibed e a proud trudition anrl a prepared by Mayor Intpellitteri before mninuing loyalty to c ' c - the Iatter was required to leave New ntty;" the scroll presentedto3tr. York on city business, said at the City Davis as publisF.er of the "Tobacco Hall ceremony tbat "'1'his gathering .lournal" bore the Icgend: Deputy Mayor Cmngfntulates Publishen Davis I "'I'he City of New York Certificate of Eueiness Merit Know }c by thesee ptpeema that the Clty of Nex York proclaims sig nal horor and reco5rr n to the UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOUR\ALf- - tt cemmunity se f r d t g ish d t'bu- tio s to the ec ' I- f the P pl f the C't y of Ne Y k and 11 ~ pluyinu a drtal rulc in the conunmrial drvelol. cnt of the City of Nuw -ork far tbu Pa+t xev- enty-five yenrs." The citntian wns signed b Ma r h p fl tte nd 0. I T. Sh 1 oam- ( ~ o` Y_ . Uavrs, rn addtimr to sei ng as pub:ishe of the "Tobacco Joutnal," Iso pobliahes "Radio and 0o WceklyP wh.ich he founded ia 191G. and "Confuutvnerv-ICe Cream W'mid/' ,.hic'n hc c.tnb- Ilshed in 1929. R'.E~T0 clear HAVANA cigar . M& N Cigar Mfrs. Co. O.vdund, ohia NEW YORK DIVISION Tol.phono JEroma 8-7066 68683398
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18 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL March 16, LARUS FIRM APPOINTS JI MI CASALETT TO NEW SALES EXECUTIVE POST Veteran Field Sales Supervisor Is Named Assistant Salea 6Ixna- ger;'53 Promutiun and Adver- lfsinK Plans Are Uutlined. RICHMO]Il. VA_ T ead.~y-'Cha uppa .... ut Jr.eph SL CuwuleLL .i.lunt Ill maaxm, I.nrus & l)ro .o. Co.. Ine., lohacco produals mn mufucmr- Ink finn x;m h-'._dnuarterr here, w crtlyu ~'I,yiLi:yH.Hu, Jr~, tte I,mnu r- I- -.ot in charge of sale. ~nd -. .~. Simultmn-lyw th r - t Vtr Hunt d'salosed that the ne.v vstenc salee uh•icf. in c mlrnny v.lth 6L'. Hunt and S, Carroll Tuyloq sales nag lu. undncuing a .ees of rm•giunel salescoufereneev with Larns fiald leyrexntativec Thu coiferences, wl'ch are x- be- Ieg held in kuy narkets from New Englantl to Culifm~nia, are being di- liu nt rn lhe iar-rntr'y ,In1nK In, .uoudnaWur9d tVnv'. After rulurning fuum mllitrvy duty, l:e w r tran.ferred to Cle ~ n.her.~ hn wol.ed as eales renr< v"c and rectcrl by Nr. Hunt and are desi4ned Jo.eph M. 6a.eleu to fa 'I'a'' I.arua' salas staP wRh 1953 d«ti mg and pon,o[on Plan.: d' --ion a In 1961 he a, yia 1'or Etlgeworth and Holiday pipe vo- roted to regionalnsge~. pules n.a nage~Ilof tbc buccaa and al..o Holiday and Lorda Oreat Lakex regimlI eiyurettes, Ilis recent Inometian will bring lrinl lir. Caaa:ett joined Larus in 1934 ,u the cmnpany'< home u1Tee in Rich- <. sales rek~fcscutative In New Ynrk monQ wherc he will ae,ist J, Cartoll st.ne, xn n he wmked until takinx Taylor, salca n nnager, in training urrrl time ontfnr three yeara' suvrce as a developing the field sale, peraomicl, D. Emil Klein Co. Officials To Attend NATD Conclave Oistribumrs of HadAon Hall, 9ot- tingham anrl }:manNn eignrs wnl re. • r . a warnr .eluona. troni nHiriNn ufll.Flnil Kleiu Cu, Inrn u wLm- tm':r nf lhe bnmd., n dle. oimParV'x rcATH r "nrlr•n I t.r, :n Im. Claridge Ilntcl. It„' -rAll-t1 11.1 1 0 'll bc Stephc 1 HL'e S. 111 . p,' -- dent mnl ulrr n uavl'r'; 1Pi.da+-deli. G-LL~ 'sta =~ les . e ~i A i.l' L. v ne, .~' tl ~.:d.. mvll'` Ed Enners, of Grabosky, Vacationing in Miami, Flp Ed E rc \ S t~ l,. . g• f Gt=ky II 1' 1 r of lluy het aud d ade t'ear:.. 1 fl. rI- eently fo well-ea rned c.ralion ia Flnrida, 11n F.nner, i:. espeeted lo I•e way fram hi+on.e fur Ihe rrnr nieof the n anth. Lot-t I l/ti t tlf' i : 1- alaff u Ed Pollnek, w/o ,~ll I r ~ ing Dart of the , unhola New Jm,ey lerrimry. .Vr. Po1L.ek hna n bzckKrnnnd ofae.ealyeata Ifeoig~arbuslneer. Alabama Tax Yield Rises NON'TGOSfI'sRY, ALA., TnesJay - A tnlal of $bOh 9:1t in tohacro r repm'hd fur Fd ,run ry, IFIl11~'19 a 1i. ' ' an isrenea of ]6 pr ert m~ thi . $600.821 uollectud fur Ihe~sanix lao'lod uf 1953 hp the stn[c of dlabuma. BENSDN& HEDGES CDt WILL SPONSOR DISPLAY AT WHOLESALE MEETING a¢onrling Ihe SATll .. ,.,n ruvAtlmnir CLv. S .. thir I. idl i~ho Ifen•„n S Hrdue•-••*nll•b m are r , I:,dl nd I ronu ~ I I1-1 I r ai Ie ShelF:unrnlhnal..lu.u/•h FCeIL h I .~i.lem. 1 . u.n~ed. ~~rl'b rVa will -:J rlrylsl, or I'a r nt rin~a:.ue LL u'L.' b.n d ,rl 'Ir- zh11~i ~ la~ .~ 247 ~117. •~ n dw .r~.dit..~-ril: havr Ju. hceh ut,..I. head.rv, ne .~. 1 tlln rt- - tlI nt iLUnle Hutnl U lundulll.. t' <azemt'm-.: h I'. C-I , „ J~~',ph F'. Cull- p_.-Ideno .iuhn Pr'esidene ral .-rJr. n LgrI ..dI .~ . . . I rr..u., Ing or. m ~ ~=II B rwn & Wnde. . ~. ~ . . ~.. f~,r Padl:r , C. Lrciz. nue'n ~ 1 ..~ . , Il ~ ard Robin+. centl 1 4Jar alml Ill B t6 rn.e -',g iger; Sormarr (Irulich. a.~L.tent to the :,Jex prvmoY',mi n mrgn-, md Jeck F. 6aynm'. mid-nuet aule. n..uugea 1-fi1'P14b S'I'.1T6:9 TOIIACCO JOUI- NAL is the foremost \'P:\VSPAYER in the lubueeu and allied Oeld.. 1953 ® Our Best Wishes For Continued Suocess To "4L ASSOCIATION OF TOBACCO DISTRIBUTORS CERS, DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS ~SCALANTE & CO. • AURELIA • IDOLITA .npa . Chicago • New Orleans &8JU.l4U4 4
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March 16, 1953 YORK COUNTY'S TRADE WILL BE REPRESENTED AT JOBBER CONCLAVE Will Exhibit Products at Show - Wolf Bros. Add Building - H. Herman Has a New Brand. YORK, PA.. W'ednesday - Activity ong the cigar manufscturers in this nrea has beer, hnlding up well e the firat of the year, with the atten~ lion of se ral m nufachrers n w be- ing faco.sed on the NATD convencion in Atlantle City, where they exhibit thehryodnts. Among tho n nufadurers who will .nhibit at the show are the Amb-.4- 'l'ip Cigar Co.; J. C. W'inter & Co.; P'ederal CigmCo., and Wolf Broa & Co., all of Red Lion; A. J. Golden, of York, snd W. H. Snyder & Son.k of \vindsor. The Amb-A-Tip Cigar Co. will fea- ture its regular li,m of cigars, Wgeth- er with its recently introduced 606 Churcbllls at ite booth, which, by co- incidence, alsu bears the ssme number. Emanuel and Milton Wertheimer will head their firm's delegation. J. C. Winter & Co. will exhibit at Booth 654 and will have e large dele- gution from its headquarters and field stafr in attendance. J, C. Winter, head af the eumpany, stated last week that he regrets that he will not be able to nttend because of previous errange- ments for an extended trip to Califor .'a and Hawxii. A, J. Golden, head of the Blue Rib- bon cigar firm, returned s ral days ago from e vacation in Florida and will head his company's delegation to tho Atlantic City couvention, whme the brand and its companion praducts will be shuwn at Baothe 647 and 647-A. Wolf Bros. & Co„ maker of rum- onked Crooks cigars, are building ad- ditional space adjacent to their head- 9uartera, which is expected to be ready for occupaney in June. The concern, which will elso have a large represen. tation at the NATO convention, will occupy Booths 648 and 649. The McGuigan brothers, whose cigar factory burned down just before the Christmas holidays, ate r ning the business from an ofliee located n the old building.No annuuncement fs as yet forthcoming as to their future plene. Lauisa Nen, of W, J. Neff & Co., rho w s a rcgalar visitor ut NATD entions i t the past, will not be the rs, this year. She is still recuper- ating from an opeeetion pcrfnrmed a few months ago and is oming alang fine- She visits the otflce foibrief peri- ods of time. Loolse's brother, Martin, announced the apDOlntment of Han-y Eidenbe+g s the firm'e exdusive representative ' for the New York metropolitan e He was formerlv with W'sltt & Bond for nrany years. Ralph Ileuaner, head of H. N. Heusner & Sun, in Hanaver, maker of City Club cigars, is back front x vacation In Palm Springs, Calif In W'indsoq Harry E. Hermav, u UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL gar manufaeturer, announced the tn- troduction of Moon River Crooks, e w brand. Cueed in rum and packed SD's in e eolm'fuI compiete wrap, mne brand retails at b(cnts. Mr. Herman stated that William C. Mithuefer, 621U Tyne a nue, Cinaio- nati, Ohio, will represent the brand 'ut the cerrlwries of Ohio, lllinois, Ren- tur.ky, Tennesseq Michigan, Alabama, lowa, Idaho and Mississippi. Salcs ii the ;tatc of Florida will be supervised by Charlen T. Hill, 3602 Avulun utreet, 1), STANDARD'I. 27 Oklahoma Tobacco Taxes Show Seven-Month Gain OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA., Tues- dsy-Oklahoma's tui,acco taxes yielded a tolsl of g834,491 for February, 1953, ompared to collections of E838,155 for he same period in 1952. Total revenue for the period July 1, 195 2 to February 28, 1953 amomted to $7,569,62, compared with colluations of $7,187,239 fur the previous period. It's terrific! It's sensational! That's what enthu- siastic pipe retailers are saying about the new Yello-Bole A-775 revolving Honey Girl display. In fact, every retailer we've heard from says this exciting new display has doubled or tripled Yello-Bole sales. Yes, the Yello-Bole A-775 revolving Honey Girl display puts pipes right up on the counter ... where customers can see and buy them. And Yello-Bole Pipes are so easy to sell ... they have all the features of higher-priced pipes... at pop,- ular prices. And they're lined with pure honey .,.to start sweet, smoke sweet, stay sweet! RETAILER GETS THIS DISPLAY FREE WITH YELLO-ROLE ASSORTMENT A-775 mm rr:. 16 Dozen {1.00 Ydm-BOIe Standard............. i 6.00 'h Dozen $1.50 Yello-HOIe tmperial............. 9,00 th Dozen $2,00 Yello-Eole Centurye ............. 1],00 y. Dosen 59.50 Yello-Bola Premiere............. 15.90 RETAIL PRICE..... .,... A].00 Reteilei e Con ............. 28.00 RETAILER'S PROFIT .... $14.00 PLUS The new EREf Yello-Bole Honey Girl DiSplny ORDER THIS ASSORTMENT NOW! Vielt us at Booth 348-349, NATD ConvenGon Mereh 16-20, Atlantic City. New Jeraey in Tampa, nnd the Ilerbert W. GFnss- man Co., AGantu, Ca., will rcpreeent the firm both In that state and South Carolina. Ralph B. Brudy. ad>ercising na ger of the UNI'rED STATES T0- BACCO JOURNAL, was a recent vlsi- tor in this sector. CNITEII S'I'ATES TOBACCO JOUIF VAL is the furenrosl NEWSI'4PER in the tobacco and allied fields. i YELLO-BOLE "2S0PREMIER`2h 2 a.~ p7 ~ v t~ ~ 11~ ~' tl; G II [, N, !, 68683413
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March 16, 1953 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL 25 ADVANCED METHODS TOLD LEAF GROWERS 'fhcy cui"in , :.I ~~pe :rml .izea xith :9nGh~,` tiul n. h It niSh° $e1TE aIC .o.-de er erlv a ~l°; s'oln. n.etnl. Annther fen_uro i. IG-urd IL Rohim Th Alnir nn I I rr.. Cu. pe.cnted IN MISSOURI REGIDN " t T,I . k: iG Lurk- Sl k, vi,uraLLan Lu - vna, raho v[fended :he tllUOh a - Helmntmendalions Made Ly Agri- Aary eelebrntinn d'Inner of \Fnshineton tural Station ACents; Depart- Udeer.ily Jn SI, Luul± recenay. ment Stnres' Tnbaccn Sales Up - During Last Week in Febru:u'y. Michigan Revenue Rises G. Beyea, Ruppin Official, LAN'fxG, "1]`°° ,"eada,`L°"e M. Ni In Puerto Ricab Leaf Region ms, emnmi,o e.~ of th~ lrchl- xun Depmtment of ]tevenue, repl Gemue it. Beyeu, nce preniJom, snd eollcrtione af $2,81:1,253 ' r;Knrc.tr nluhard Pisher, uf S. ]tuppln, I~Io.. hox n for L .. I e. Tli. W e L 1If d.- heed,lw tima.l ..eth~ &1 bi] hil .• ]e Y~k, I.R la.t eek R~ n n , ~ eallected fmt9e • i 1 1963. indeHnite xtu. n Puer:n Rlau. MicAignn ha+u h¢n7r per pnck tam a 4r. ]leyea and ~Vt- Flener xill Le mi eiKaretlen. . m reyin8 enllent market tlondllions. Hy H >; ,,tl'1'll packaging news ... 3T. LnC15, nt0_ Tn~=da.v-A .e~ie. .4 k, rurrel ml hnve taken Plnee in IlueFUa,in Ihia pa!1 meeL. .n- ~udii:y~ lu (',unty Acent VirtwGro- ~Fers. AIr. Curathmv wiJ t4n bnrlcy iJ~rrr. u:Iurnmapt n_,_n I mwe '.nLU~.ey.ud in n.e prnrtlcnrv. L'ewi. ~Ja'. . u111neJ uL t11e:1 111 -1 1 1 1 :; 11111 1 1 111 111 e 11111 - -1 iil r 6u1 li,w Ihe Ranlurkv .u ..."u"-ml t.ei. u,. ui+. uw.. u..wl rI nbul, eull rI riitiivier.- i- . .u .,rul mld fellillzerr. A mcllan piau:.~ en loLneeu il.uu a. xhman llS.nl fi.nn I.au=iaoa, )h., Li th,'t I u i c I'ilr,v-Hoots eiu*nette eGnlp- . ieMee .~ ll ed lip th.rt rIl, ha= ~~. . , ulu .~li..l dnvl,. Ihv Itlc'L .uul. :nJ thnl '.Le Aee,il rtuTl~ , l h Ir -. ~ u~ > r tYtnz . nt etu Jrn~lewilln.r~~m Lt.~onm u eolleelu~.' r Iliu ~nu.uu. ul Ihr vilv h'~JI. p.~li '.hr r..x dlrcrll>' ~i JH qJr.~. ~.if thc v 1,~elte p4 . ,. . The nn.6lni ul~~ wGn~.lly . ~ o Ihen +cWk thc [A,on ftr ~o Ih+. . mu ml 1 l'he r. -1 tr,an 1 ng c p:dled. ~ d ISwn Ihu I I Luck ot S_ ... ~oi., nn d, l m,~r- #ure .. oe..thu , Lnl ,rr <J-I I eeh l. rrhen a. wel .- th:.t I . I ~...I wLal. 112.1 e„a1. . '/l I he dl l. v I .ur IS S rRC Jh I: JI 1 , i. Ili~n[ v. p.uthto-sn, ..i Cln~,Jlln ntlon .u -uicR lu Ihu~>iJa ofyninc ~ ThrA su :I. 1n the INe I3 1 cf I r- r 1't Ir: - in ..L-htn Iredet.d Y al-ve in Imlh tl.e utv ani the . i tt:n tr.u~. UiEnified puukoging ' d ~'ug 1 I 1 -1 . II 1 r Ilm..... ny f-le'I' 1 r. f6i.iro..t +id plim, p+pef e Jaer i> e u rull) priceJ and pro- duced Li IlermrJf.rLigpen 8 Myen. HeuJl uepunrearle nJ~-~ J, ons le,ds6:~r heen ne.uratahed un e auuonvl -I Du.. illu.rr.n..ILe eronon ' nf p'.lper runlaer parb and I I o e JamllyLneJ u Lrge rimre L 11S\ IICi Iq,. h. HenvrJ. EleavtcLinK anJ Rai Tvn Cig^r.-a n wull knunn g mker.. : j yingauer lurl ill 1'I r Illu,nnleler + Inbelled Ir nolnn plue yuld. An urding lo'1'hecAiuedeun '1'ubomeo Cu, u Hur ord tuelomee JJe r-od pad. '0o udieres lop ul ioruler dialF' - Ren<rtlng 'he rldoe.> of Ibe hlend. Liggell 8 \Irers' IdanerpI ~~-P/pe f hnceo ImkugeJ n a Hamnrd rn I er IxLelled dark Llue and primed i re~d. Bepons frum Ihe f;eld indiane nxl'inl pl identif rauen ol Ihe pmo of.u4- HAHCORU 91ANUFACTURING CO., INC., PAPE'R (:dNIS7ERS 125 i1lnnQnr Sr.. ll.pr. I Jer.e. (:/ry, h'. J. - 1. l, Yhunr: Nlrffn. ]-5685 E9iilSU'.I(111
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14 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL March 16, 1953 - u the totla. ing; N:d..r,l T. Laxm - tWr ndar> Itot -v >ecm . THE WHIPPERSNAPPER ; r'~;.r,l'fx ;C~;T; ;nl ;LI,;I~ r 1 1~hI lI:1~~~I;;~ _ J. I' P. yl Juli T id,, od h ,- ~aled¢iny i hl Supe D1=pl:y. Itpv 9cln m,eh, tnrninx n d rno~r ~..mh O~i Fd tanal Anre ,1. P'+Tt ef ils a on- fa n 1 tm.v1 nln. UII r. ~l n<. ~.r- .1 ~elnmel T I o Cn.: n r td Da Yrou .ml !. i , , u ..tlnuing eRort to keep Ihe Irade n lecterl ts IcxAevs. W` 1, 1, s & Sa -(, , Inc. The., and fu d nd nrluulete, tEe LVI I I.u t II I, ll 1 6 > :~ ': •.f thv J•. -I' - SJAIl. IOItt.COOJOURN.\I. p h 1 ..• -t .. ..1, tl,t t . U. .:\iTD ror E. Regensburg Featuring linh .. notLer it Lne redes h xhllynf 6 ne ~aI lc A Q 1cJ,vvu ~I I~ ThL> al c~ont ~L tad Admiration at NATD Show inx Ih l Ls of Ihe Indux[ 1 ° blit Rlu da b x I ` b x r ~ lA II 1 I. ull i I A 6 ~t ti ' Ip tr th 1 t, }amh left plq I. f T. R g bu'R & 5 m. I tI'n 4if Ih~ u~ik. - 'k<n th Il I h t'. , t fLan uf Ih< Adro~a.-n Ionnd pc rllamd l b Itddl .I.< 5id ty ll. "Iholf1' Ih 1re 'tlll1:I- ' b> AIo 1 Cerqi(tb. I'reatnt f tle n l dp of ]l, th 1 Ih hnr I I sp nlun w'll ui ]r.~ 1mA all ¢ree th. , fre~,dn h baa u Cr. Trent n, V L mS dw 4: t d".lum Y. u.rve. I til ne m+l' Irl lunehm ~ h.n - 9uoth."LI 612 .l IFo SATU . pr.:IdenL of Ihe 6,V U J rm Rx c Unc:' Ink tlte ttdTII H-If (' i r CI I. Ihi, I-nn are ue C't N _ I_. 11n~-.n Ir, u[ire. Ili~inian. 1'r~nrK Jle: a Itle: -nt 11 ~~ d Ihc n rrl~•. .Ixnrlinv ~'_'l/. --- l"emg I I' I." h I~drv..lr. II' r~Jre ul lu U',f ALVItt t CaR6 uf M~ a. F l v L"1'ab.-C.; Hau6 %'Il lr hearJ tle I L- hu•n f v inp L_,.g "1.9. h. J. ItcgLnbLi . Cl nr ~-r 6un., Jr. ot Uid W .11. Im nd P.ul . Hel thv tnenie irf t mJr, vllalltl Y. Re)_cl •uru. Lawmnna 6lptler. Itll, 1111'of dnlhv,. tvill le elent LI h.L~vei. nl' Ihe I- & L 9 luc~r~ imd ad pru, ver. 111 Ir,'n:tu Ihe 1rh Ie Luzu thnlna-I Iuel S ell Il.xii. Ir.wi- th° ?L>•I anel IN4T e f'uly f'r. enllp hl ll rv "I "r.inde.~trYquarl -In I, .~ Lhv C:adAe llnlol. 1! 0 ". I411 hed I .al en IL ~v<Ir.ac Lhl ll.ing.' Iq a .lunel VI. I Loodh, ]r., A •.e,. nh' .- f h, epm.i 'i a il DeiJ I1. nsuTnmte~l nl Ive Ihrluht1 fn t.e.L. I'ku I.It Sturc.m) tf Con'l Ift , Jv e ihr, ~ _- , . . . . . . . ~. . pa~I ,..,'llle Ill ,, nhtel ,Ilu..u. . . i 'altnllrrv v 4. . ,rA' Iclrndent `thuALnlCrfrr dr. r v-n * I. .nt ni I L~our~ r~~t.c. C- I II bnIren N J.) Wm v k v. IIWded rhnL, nf I-.i. nOO~~ . ~ m~ e ~ I I I,u ~,nrt I 11.4. ILI S'th h., IA t 1 sV k'll delve Iv ~rnir. _ r, hon A lon L...Le ,> .rJ xmCtplnR . ..II SnJ ,iYrrn.lr-'U.rll... LI illI - ptll'.i Ai..u _- lunir .'... I I, r~f I I I.,.. ti I I f.'p:rr I I"11 - I-I I' sc L I u n < 1 tirr, . ll I„ xl: r. e (,,. 1 rrn If,,. h', ~I~ , 1 af, Montana Reports Tax Yield Ih,J 1 1 I Lm. ._nn~ t/rrqtr. Irhiucr I, - I.,. Ler,n f. t-.1 m flr~. n.i,. urlrN 4 Vlo~r r T .11 fhur I: t.l ih t C. II k' Ib_ r.( 1 hI (. v t tif Lc tl q na II (Inll xe J.lt h,~ I ' f Ih'S~n'Lte caGf I . nRei id 'he f.~h mtch lu 1h iwr . .. . of , Ih. .ili:~Jo Lxuotn'c D'1 nll lav I V+~Um t ll 91ou.on reprft= n oee.ninlc`ercl, , ny'erollJmt ,.,-,,Yel~ i .IU1:eldrl~ vt,lha.r.vha,eruungnenwi[hllte Ir:altf$'0'lN1:iS 'geet;ere,'enuv -zeeit . C.t enf u I1 I'I fl tli. clt l r, - I Illt t le h I d y. t n- f-r 1 1 II-,I J'/,ht dl-ep thfai l,nfLrrlI.IiFl.t. t;dr vlr.l m Ll~fId Acnoni.' Ihlc,,.Tlu> ntl nhr(J eDh f—nntnc$:.1 /I>epletttdlarinelho itnnd 41 r.n x.. r.. 1Lr t du.-T ' lolp• cnlln il IJI.IIepc- fLit.. >. wh'~ I552. tlm=e J _ . t,.ed u?h Sper:l (n ndalio u .ht ,lII. ttt luv tr 1L~un~ h:r n I .eLlu tl, ~huli 111, f I h . I , ., aom S l - l ll'. t lr . 1- 11 - I'Itlnl cl"lld be ;: - ,, rL ' 1, 11 [ I I \-~ICn1- n I ~ I ~ I 'u.ll'ellr~- H. E. SHAW COMPANY OF NEW ENGLAND DISTRIBUTORS SINCE 1870 Cigars Cigarettes Tobaccos Smoking Tobaccos and Candy Division WORCESTER . . BOSTON .. SPRINGFIELD .. NEW HAVEN b8683400
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:32 UNITED STA'fNIS TOBACCU JOURNAI. PHILADELPHIA RETAIL TOBACCONISTS ORGANIZE; MANY FROM AREA TO ATTEND NATO CONVENTION ICoqthtu I f' n PNFe 18, Ile nuntin ei [r us Ihal I:v L'Xo:- '.t .- u,. ealll rullinH fasL M1I trag. brOUghtli o.attnnth, It a, du, <In "In,y i yl.n:. ne" A tl'=. . nLtat Ih, Atb n 11 ' t. LY . •/ t r hall l'ur tl I. _ tg,f Iht YA1D c r,.ulYt Also,John L. SNeeney und Fontee Rf. I A. ' l l'1 IaIt 011 if ' I i H JI , nd x:ll r 1't'enl J. C. Wintcr & Co., Imof Itud Lim I'a In<mufa,- tul~er of Pannaavaniu Dutcl: and e, rnl rthIr finc b,ands al IloutL U54c A,. for the uatc I.ulIItinn on thc t r~ =gameta prc s thele a-til1 n_ no cf- n Harrlxl K hcadGuxrte :. L ft 1 I . 1tocl th': InK v1 lI . I u . hu . hoad ,f tlr Palh L:W'I-ic i~ll'I n lhu 1- e I,'.dng md Ill e vaed 41cd le 11 m.lc Iv.. ,'1g'h aed ,e. Iri.v ehedulc\ Un, I th', C: .etl iua rult,: a. wh,tevul iec tlcy d"- H: wcve' navt deelerv a'e K tting - untnpnekn .and11/renLUnca- Inn o a lhe fnrmer pnce.. I/m I Me Nun eVl'e.encaivc La S. Prlcdrl 5 Smn c9kal I.- I'autwnp infarm. mv that thu Stng Store at )ll00 ltrnadwny, Cumdeq K. J., j ra aerosx the Del.xuc r ver. opw ilz wtotvn, I, pron+iner.tly displaYing the Friednlire of Habtnelln, Ctrcla ( ,Ic an I De=uFlu'+ Dfonog a n. c K: rn. I I: -iu>; 't 1" t_ I nd cdlyJu:bl Ilc'tv Ilp.m. 1 ttc. With Ihe NATll convenlin , I:1. ach91C ml Sunday, ast all Phil_ arirlph , n.- nAeiI tc 1 with lhe tol awo htslness w1lattend nE« cutainly ]4arch 16, 19G: I t. h tt . Iy t d hest t, leu.r onbon i- hsmry. Uefny ~ituntcd only E0 nu. x frn m A= lantie Clq~ makue Il coI:vz ent f thuo-e whu , wt uble m Le theo' IEe full 1.111 to eome dawn, if only 6n a da,p r r twu. Innpeaer6xtt e hn herrv>.vo htmdicox Lbat w.ll wAe advant.ar.'e ~d Ih ontion 1' y a 11 elose. A.-fmyuur UNITED S'fATF:.S TO- 1tnCC0 .ID111[NAf.'. Philadelp - y, d:r.K , InlrpY I ....I Itt"ruillb.,t IeNA'Ibai . I tl d v Nar.h 16 v 1 ... Ala/ l _/'.aodazlo,krgfowudvL:r Kreat plee~ ~ n Aleettng r ,S u I ar Ir. 11te1 fm.t aII p< t o. tl c g tat wuntq. THE MOST TALKED ABOUT CIGAR 1'n AMERICA SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Buy one-smoke it-and if you are not satisfied that this PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH cigar is the best 101 value you ever smoked, take the cigar band back to your dealer and get your money back. FOR A PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH TREAT - SMOKE A PENNSYLVANIA DUTCHC!GAR! J. C. WINTER & Co., Inc. RED LION, PENNSYLVANIA Made in the Heart of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country by 68S8341g
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?? Match 16, 1953 UKITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL U. S. Tobacco Co. to Feature NATD Ladies' Division The Cigar of Me-rit Information Center Exhibit Offers Fine Program 1W„IT~W 11 ~ The tlaitcd Svates Tobucon Cn., ntan- ufxrwrer of Sanu nd Encorc ciga- reLLe, and DIII'x Beee and Old Brixr ~vuklna nac.m, will icatui i~t il:- • . . .evlo- - ~aenn : nd ~ e nnnm in e nmit at tne NATD ru cnvinn In At nnt i - a ('It), V. J., tlhiuqaeil. t. ...I m liir Dur.l uin9u„e l lEu hucr Col•.I, ei_tion Ilnll, hnnainh the neln.,e-, reI.andi+e fah, Cne tlno', ~'Inforum[ion t'uncci" aill bn srnlred s h I 1 n 111: h " uil.bl . 111, . all .. , . taL~F.1 y~peeWl - ,.>,.mdtard ,> enm, wdirs, mMt- ,~~; G. S. Tobacca Co, NATD l..fmmatic. Baath wv IN THE CIGAR INDUSTRY 074z ® inpz whom to lacate frlandn, placee nf intureat in town, etc. "Wc hnvc pianned chia iofornration center to be of utmust u e to all at- Lcndinu tha ........ Llnn. The need fnr Infol mtlnlenler of LXia type has been fult nl me NA'rn r enfia nd III c haypy d• be nblr b, falfill lhls o ., a7 svhnner PeleI ,en, m,~,ideI n nr the rtm, , „mo.Lnted'1n .~ I e,er.l llaleniI IT \L', P L'..... '-II 1 I th f w. U.S.'I'latuL.,...-ie wh, ll ne hi aRendanae a: thi cnnvi-nllan hall and in thec mpany`.honplwlltTr ~r sldte Tno aL Lntsheh .:8.^x y(,u1E_L, . ' .:au _ " i~-b_ i'r-. , _r. : . UMEB STATES TOWLtt.O aIYMXY DISPLAYED AT Model Wholesale Tobacco House 1'¢dagge &# ENDORSED BY THE CIGAR INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, INC. N. A. T. D. AND BY LEADING CIGAR MFGRS. ,PYCCL X"f -S America's First Complete Cigar Merchandiser Automatically Humidified. W I L L G O F A R I N S O L V I N G B O T H Y O U R S A N D T H E RETAILERS' PROBLEMS. Available in five sizes: p~Q~ SX1WXl[ DIVISION PATRIARCA STORIi FIXTURES. CsC. SOLICITING a..I o.e.+,"a...n r.va.•a. JOBBERS, DEALERS, 221 Adndml Sfneel - P,o.idee<e B, R. I AND SALES REPRESENTATIVES Li n.her enl .ell,l, :I L Lhe ndave, i,elndc L. A. Cnnac. J. A, tt'xnx, and I . A. lir 1 ..I eu6+; ... I..nhr 4 M1I t- d< .. .:. SS II II ,dy,-. t ra t, , Ifll "a (ltnn , t t :L,-A : dlc, Ai ~=iun manager I P M 4 hiball . r t dcl t h I~ Lae 'P slat uf ••Yfarbn Kuu P'v:l6 th, p I . I I ktl ,h,cq 'aschcdoltd L nnuh ., pa n,al aPpe a i aL the ntiontodtq(bil, n. } 3) March 16. _ IGunlinueU from L'aKe 6) nnged e xhnre dlnneq esclueivclyfar ladiee, at Haekney"s Restoorxnt al 7 P. M. lVednesday. Thmvduy. )1aruh 10, ul tl A. M., a nasme.•e meeng of the NAM1'D Wui e e IlhiFion ~,eill Se hcld I,, tl,c Ifalli Qhnl. floml af i.he Ritz-CIU1l,n Untel. Thi, mecting Is fmlarliea only. PhniP nL.,•I. J I.Ld.. Il:. „m h,ld a lurrh -nd L, ty at Eh...i ~lll,ltr1m Tv; , d' :h Nlv-.rll n 1 1'. M- 1n 4 P. A. ,,.aI„ fm Wdioe unf_v. Frlda>, .9iareh Yq ff~..• 10 d. nl- li~ 1 I'. M..Inr'.adie..,ill cixn '.Im Nidern )mnh:mdRinp rnIr:n ron.en.l.li u.lu. Thir I, d-jKnaled I:5 Ladius' Uay aml oill ntford ll'umen4 Dlviaion m-aher. in nl,,,,,rlnidl, clt liu.na ~-Innird. I~fl c wta 1 Lli~z Thi. ,I,r I:J t)Pe Itou, e rlll . ' Lf l 1I1 .IJh. C. l il 1'.a a uI' th . handi> f a; v. Ill t:. zlo 'III l e f,u.I', } r. Thc I. I,. enV oJ. ~ .. LW~aN WHITE SWAN 2/15c HAND MADE Royal Hunter-5c Hamilton - Gc Garcia .Snj/l'eme-5e )7oon River Crooks-oc We SPeciehae i FIVE.CENT CROOKS (Pel.et• 4.nY) s Harry E. Herman Wi.a•o., r.. u',u II I] I II '. ''I ht, If 1 otthl ln1 fth rta nh I 1t 9 IIII nf I na - d( L.o t 1 lat te lhg t I 1LL t 4 tl rf , le lh,n tle, I't f ed [1111 , hl , ,- w I I I _t p u F t dl. I~ f pl I11l.he t Icd aftal e fa ,de.,l tho e" l 1ne. tl, nieh ..tCla, hut unqlc.G<~nllc tlete luninxfni, .~ tflvnt ~hu+lne«rv Id d t,..t ' t.', yl d'tt ,l,Ind.r.t. .hl•t esKnaadI,veT.kuttoyefnc. theee fenmrex Indleafc thut ttc ludler UNITEU 9'1',1'fF.S TOBACCO JUiai- e PmIcK well tahen e `e uf da'in4t NAL is the furemusl NkAr'SI'APER in thclr sta in Atlantie City. the toba<co and allied fielda- solpar, 5RIt.[IJVr • SAVES.SPACE • SAVESITIME • SPEEDS SERVICE • SATISFIES SMOKERS 696~.1f~~8
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28 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL March 16, 1953 PHILADELPHIA RETAIL TOBACCONISTS ORGANIZE; MANY FROM AREA TO ATTEND NATO CONVENTION Barney Rapxport Named Temporary President of New Organization as Breakfast Session Is Held - Eric Calamia Addresses Unit - Sales Representatives Vory Active Among Retail Outlets. By MURIEL and Dealers of Philadnlphia held its first MARVIN L. KAPLAN oficial mee6ng this past 9unday rmrn- PIIILADELPHIA, PA., Tuesday- 1ng at the Penn Bhereton hotel„at aJth The nowly organized Retail Tobneco und Chestnut streets. c . ~ 11s Smart [n ,`}'rahu'e PARLIAMENT CIGARETTES ... for the nlore profitable quality cioaretle business they can build ..• for all these filter ciprette I l-_ ••• for their steadily increasina rate of tu1'nover advautages: ` ~ * Safely-Zone Filter Mouthpi«ce- traps irritants-keeps them away from lips, mouth, teeth. * "Balanced Filtering Action"-for the ideal balance of filtering protection and smoking pleasure. * Custmn Blend of Fine Tobaccos -rich, flavorful, exclusivewith Parlia- ments. * Smart Crush-Proof Box-a cigar- ette case in itself. Olherprerniunr otityproduc4-. ~. ^ - CIGARBTTSSSirginia Rounda-Plain or Corn Tipe Beneoq & Hedges Private Blend-Cork Tip -Beba-Roae Tip - Turkieh and Rusaiun - speoialty Cigarettes /&.i. " -A CIGARS The follewing attended the meeting preceded by a brenkfast, which served exeellcnt nwns far the mn to becomeacquaintedwith eaeh other. They were: Ben Weiner, of Wetuer Brus.; t. Goadmm and J. Narrett, of A. A. Carrigan; Barney I'uls and M. Balistocky, of Post Cigar Store; Ben Ornstein and Bernie Finkleman, of the H & Z Store; Lou Wagman, of Holt Cigar Co. Also, the temporary ollicers, Barney Rapapcrl, of Holt Cigar Co., presiden:', Andy Cwxigan, treasurer; Marvin L. a ~neon & tltdgea ' . Exclusive l,nport sclcction . Beneon & Hedges Cterr Huvnna Beneon & ltudg<e fa YcrLa SMOR[NG TOBACCOS ' Pipe. Club + Formula No. 12 ~• Ficld .B Srream Cut Plug Parliament 1- Rurdlelgl, .~Complete price list furniehed upun requerf ~enson t~= Hebges 6UU FIF'rICAGEN4E, NER'YORM Yu. ~N. Knplnn, of Max's Tobuuconisr, secrm tary; Duve Bulis, of the Phil Hermee Stme, merpbersF.p chaimman; and Hal - : A. Tirt Ieglslative rhairnun. Y.ric Calamiz, i mging dlreuter o the P.elai: 'fobacco DnJers of Amerfca, Inc., n speaial trip from Sew York to ihlsucity, solely to addrens the gronp and pledgcd the full u.-opextion of ,he national knroup i nelping the local unil. w become a strong succos hd nrganlaa_lon. Mr. Calamia, in his r. land uan- neing manner, espressedthu resonc w'hy retailers nmst be organizedfmself existence. He outlined tnem a, to hght for fair trade prices, agafnst elcfahtax legi,- lation, fight against anfair sales me- thods which may be prncticed by many wholesalers and manufaetorers, for tn- ceeased retail cigarette profits through legislation. In conclusion he said dmt, "Only as a well-organizc.l group and not as Individuats ean these thing, he accomplishud:' The date for the r x ee6ng i. Tuusday eeening, 9larch34, mee 6 ngat z Ceo- tur City Hotel, AII retr,ilers a m-sed to set n,idc ttut da:c tu attend nml aHiliute tbemecIves x9eh this fine group, RTII of Phlladelphia, Ceorge Slolpen, assistant direc.or of Consolidated Cigar Co.S sales branchcc, spent e week here in Philadelphia vis:t- Ing the branrh oace at Randolph and Jctterson s, uuts. He also v¢ited n any =_tmxs accompanied by s me of District Mnnager ]fue 5hermzn's energetic sales staff. S it'6 h'- key ' ols end sett 6'ap d' I 1 y of U_ 8- Tobawc Co p d: 'nh the p t f v weei., is Dnision Msm,gct J C. Mc Alainc. Also prnmoting Old Briar, Model, DIII's Best toLaccos and Enunru and Sano cigaruttes, in the Baliimore, llar- risburg and Pittnbnrgh area is Field Manager C. E. Muycr. Mr. Mc Alaine made particular note tmat sano s ie recent months have made ry sutisfactory snlcs increases due to promutional advcrtising and the Martin K,me Private Eye teluvisicn ogrx n. we had the plea>ure of npeaking with J. B. 'Bunny" Annis, presldent af Cra- dio¢, Annis & Co., of Tampo, Flu„ man- ufactnrer of Ignaeio Haya Gold Labe:, who n th J leSn L 1 1 presen tat 'g iting cc u ts He vas uch p cased w th lh. progreas ~ b d h -,ad th Q I er Olry . M Ann's iniouted he is Ica. '.nK f hu or >la h 1 N.'xh h-m Buin Vaynpe. (Inc m why City Clubs ,ml l, i~e~~-i rees-e selling a.vell in 11 b-f th l leasing per- , i..__. i 91ax tisiln welLknnwn rcp. n,.r e of H. N. lieusner & Sens, of Hanover.Pd. He a..o s the Sew Jersey anJ Delewnreetateeterritories. Eenest A'onau.nn u_ivea from Flor- ida and loaks wonderfel with a nice tnn nnd a few ectre Dc~:nds. Ite is now pre. pared so write mary orders Smhunh ialuhee a he rep:e,cn., the Match Bnulc Corp~ in thls a Busy in Center Ct witL Ecnt dem- cn t t-o 's N. J C{egne, veternn Lo 'llard se.es rel -. etative. (Contlnued on Page 321 SF768341q
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I~farch 16, 1953 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL :;4 CHICAGO TRADE NEW~ ~ I - - -~ 6y J. W. HUMMEL CMICAG00. iLl.., 'I1,c.dul-Che i the Chlru6u areu will hr prc~cu' at Thc xalc of M. Linluuan & Co. n• odnrlloc uf thr n -iP Litintn ill N.4TD cui : Ly Sunday. tle_nry LennzId & Thomas, Inr. hn. I a r t 1 1E4 t A tiv s NI,Nty r LL ' 'I 1 I e' 114 dZI N 1k l ,4 C lF C ill t Cli- fLd=f tM1 Ch:a{, .' 111 dct :, ~ II d v d fhc:c :. fY x p h h I y: p:av:dee Ha ly Slay: r, + 1 hcnlth d:t'I f +mo l hl L tacv. f L ': 4 F 1 L' L' k- fo' b t - II rl :a f tll t. Sta l-St v r(` 1 T F lurzi u h alr h hl CII 1. fhr r''nc ' d, ic the Co. n(bvaukeu tti: .III c<onpu:v :'epree Ini~e fnr H n t Lwn d & itl l~e ' IR t"6 l of tnl I-.'1 (.: f'll n , . I11. I 1 ItF 'n L t.l- W: . llr lnl .. a 1 th d'rl I v c ul. J k t he: h A= hi 11 t :1 tl otu f H 11 urt nn:c 1 ..- duce t :rk-lip 'd S:ffic Shol at :. _ W, Y eh:ga:. V PD w'll be c IeJ out Ilk Lhf ~ufl_ F I n V[I k h I.-d n[1 't f th ux L.. ..L _ Itu t.it rr -IIIt :I1II I1ol I 6no n w hit ri old i April. Mr. IOODP Ime u,...I Ihc ntiicmr. ~.hal he ~II: ,uunur 11, t- :ca J 1 I, cF -A T fat- Tahlo I I IL- .I t i. _ t PI t I. I f<- ' n h F "C ~,.~ 11, II I'ISt I h tl _L..:. I t.u lr r trloimthx ithtT:f.Aa~ G. H. P. CO. WILL HAVE EHIBIT AT MEETING I ..- t Chi 4 I'a- ha.n 1 _d nc-t Ii iniy,. -I ly m r/,l f a rd a tvui: f th ta.ir , 1:, : z, II: t,4 u~ith th< tode TI s w arorc will bc litted wIH murknm Ch'ulgo. fh ,Aem flA ]c FATU c tlc':4 in 4t1 t Cllp. I. I rl ILrt-i : Cnn uul '' ' d f ht I. nd n:ll I e nan ta y It I I50 I II t n t A J -ill 1:,t. :h I.'. I ntuf-l I tti. pd f I. < 4p'11 Hc IlII be lold fa:Ih 1I' ft I u .FII i thna1. A nJ n111 - ttilliam slck rk d3n9ct ::eKe: -11 . ull (l his finc line of Impmhed th. p pu ,:ufurtt k nm<h:c , olb ic 11c hll. td r. tl.I. 1.1 I4 t /'1 I' It.. ' k p II Ilcof elg.:> °h'DD'd lt F.I...lu. .I . nlS~itI_ n,I 1'.If- ( m a I f 111 , of N','eh yil:e tobuc The 1o1 D h-II '.lLn IN, l I ccl. 1-1 :'/.n1 Ie Yr 1 Ina'a -: F4vd- Ix m' tt ~~ ae: f th 't d I t. lF $I lim I I ~ 1 I:A t;tJ, I'a- H: n hcime: C4 Stor<., In MllwAw Pair Stufc .rl.l d lakc elroct m I"1 Inu GHP dcl r I k~F II ,llltde Ile ndv'scr tru thc Zlpl .Ileyluv Ic. , feutni:e-np"utel l:+h toltac Iwn 1.:. Otm Slni kI-s prcxc I Pll1 Myrri I S. AC. J I rl.., :u. tl :nrll d(.Iruent H II it oe I'1 t p1- 'I, 1 II v. .'Irtart ill m.c :I :e th.n:. 1 .dunl~ II . H'1 ll .. -0tla, e Gto futhc NA1I) u ddxd mtrucfirn f<r St 1' t "KCt V' t:o 11 \I. Gu .nl Jake Bc n.n -Id . i tbL1 ur I: rti:vl I ntt.u ee:r- :.k: 1J.ry. Joi : td RxY Schionder f] t n, a, h . oRectionxt I-' I; mot e_ h h .1111 nuen:inn uod ..hould nKxin hx advis.~ that tyin¢ in ~ail l the va . umd ns om~ uf Ihe Cnorl dt+plaY'P,nlidnya aleay: +timulatnn [hulrlm~i- (Ine parl nf ;he di=plzy wlll 'ue thv w ..1'vlno, '.vhldh cill rvtand xbov Ihu Lloyd Slekrrt, amgrr of (Fa ri¢,n: tlv.-+pa:e'u.mth It will I,e thetallrst depuriuxnt uf CheM1lihvsukru Boaau .1>:n 11 thx hull. Stnre, Is feawlinX Ifollycomt pil:cr, All ef the oifieiul- of NA'I'1) 14on: mede hp N. Linaman & Co. JOSEPH P. MANNING CO. 500 ATLANTIC AVE. BOSTON, MASS. DISTRIBUTORS of CIGARETTES CANDY • . • CIGARS • TOBACCO CONFECTIONERY • SUNDRIES FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES Branches Located at: 1111 ('rosr St., I{uslun :449 Main til., Plnldcn 72 I)nrer St., Boston N.{ LNfdYeL(e St., Snlenl riNl Mttin K1.. ('amhridl;e 17 5 Fuster St.. Wurcesl.er :I-In 97iddlusel St.. Lowell I I i Lyman SI., Springfield 151 I'Icneani SI.. Fxll Iii•rr 119A P:Im 81.. 19nneheaer.l. H. New England's Oldest Tobacco Distributors Bstahfished 1859 bNS8a425
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56 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL W. Heahusius J. C. ]irassem J. C. E. Heidsieck TOBACCO BROKERS CORPORATION,INCf Domestic and All Foreign LEAF TOBACCOS 70 Pine Street, New York 5, N. Y. Cable Address: Telephone: "TOBROCOR" ROwling Green 9-6747 ~I E. Je ASSCHER, Inc. LEAF TOBACCO BROKERS - In All Grades Of - IH1,IR~'I,t_ LEAF TOBACCO -FHREIf:N Tel«ph~ne: 4 Hunucer $quare Gahle AAdruae: . "AStabek," New Ynrk Illglly C-20J6 New York 5, N. l'. Cude: Bentley HU'FF, DREYER & CO. I SPECIALISTS IN TOBACCO INSURANCE 75 Maiden Lane New York C.bl. Adde... . T.l.rP6o.., HUFFDREYER WHits6.ll 3-'11P0 THE WETSTONE TOBACCO CORPORATION Or.-.v a.d P.ck.r. f CONNECTICUT SHADEGROWN TOBACCO Zie BROAD STREET MANCHESTER, COr1N. ~I - GO MER li E C '(O~P \ hANTS I O~i IE I qTiON 0~ T~ 341 Madison Avenue, New York B. RAPAPORT & SONS, INCORPORATED BARNEY RAPAPORT. Prae. GROWERS and PACKERS ef CONNECTICUT SHADE BROADLEAF and HA\'ANA SEED TOBACCO 245.241 Stae 51r.et H.rtfurd, Cannee6eut PENNSYLVANIA CIGAR FILLER CROP'S PRICE SHOWED DROP IN '52 March 16, 1953 e t1!e: ue.t, 1945. foba< o ankad ~ vrm F n~ ~ute tM1o :l- tnn ~~ ~xloaldo.,yrv l Fer.n -v vnlrl a4rne Wet y I. theduparmr.ll1 HARRISDL Rf;, PA., w,.dnl"da, _ SALES OF FIRE-CURED, ',h ~e-er, of Perrn.>.I,.allil, r;ear fia SUN-CUREO LEAF DROP tobarcn, n of wluah ia Crmvn in ~'al ra,te,ro~nosk tv, , e ed Ir r.aina- ed Its,„°°,°°° f°; I `^ei°lp®~.'°'° aalu IN VIRGINIA'S MARKETS dupa It of ue,;.ultu~. . r~ - ' ealed v.un rllu;. P.ICI9MO-CII. A~:,., Taunda.: The BaseJ or USUd aninmte< nf Vr'o- C,r:,,,d c ...TUIl rl A'irpinia llepvrtdnet, tnc ¢rn.x . Ir an 11/53 . ~. ,.fri4... ~ reW" ..tcrl hlro 1-1 rleaf epr , ts r uvcr aI' uvL th.t {.. .:le. rrf flre-cv.url of 27.2 <ents n V„ nA. ]Tu 1351 aw toLaroc, i.1~i. Ile durine Peh^u+uh auc a 19 clnt> a pmwe. A,t matall I. I cr cunt nl r FL- nil a erurr- ' aoo,AOp ..erlt to the Laneanter co,rnty crm.~era. e ndlnr; to 1'~~ rr r. .url }annl Nndetioq AdnEni+trllrl„~~ ,. nl~.~ rnl.u..,.n s...nnvr en u. i.i.i ... i -- - .: I.:r t u., :Je. ~ ~.. at ... ?,5.n8 lio 1061 eop. Tobd Ir .I r e ¢e eri grv J:I ._ Ys.S(i(i. 1 51 x, tF . r«thia b g. o~n I I ~n l' I-. I a [hnn Lul aa g,l._2 .•e.a" m th ..r e r.tontF of The IlnalllSDA , nztc uf 1952 1531' produetlpn shn,a a5.JIi0,Ol1U puuod+ of P'mCne entire rnA'irCinin =ale. TyPU 41 eiKar leaf yrown on 21,200 +1 tiro-u'ari lotaled 1'2,155,955 pnundr . lh [,. . . t r pt ,d al5l. .'cra4 t, .t the 1+r51 n extimated $4 2. Pmdmtim n 19.51 eul, « rle rf 1 1J 1.1 pounl:n fmtotnled 5d,70G,o00 Pounde on 34,:t00 519.1C1 per hundredweigt.c. es, an ...... e gross le.mn per S'.m-emud esle. 3n thi= sta:c reing uf E.i]the Ix em eason ueerega'.erl S.itlbr6 7he .... ge p'' 1 t Yea t he 1= d t $31 - ! p h d tdwtght. gh ae 30 . t- p I , i `tl Ih a eceding - a paid fmthe 1947 52.1 m11Eon pau.rl m nf 53 010 tucnr.s arz crop. Thr totxl valuc of the elvp, hur.- S845i avelncc. E. MEERAPFEL & SON IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS OF LEAF TOBACCO !I Wall Street te„- wa.r 3t.> H.'.uu..e 2-Y39e Nerr York 5. N. Y. KOCH, Inc. Ilealetro in A(1 Types of Foreign and Domestic Cigar Leaf Tobaccos 71) PI\E STREET NEW YORA 5, N. Y. BO.rR.r Gew eJ.3a - - CJbr KOCHINC - -- - - The HARTMAN TOBACCO COMPANY 237 STATE ST., HARTFORD. CONN, - Growers and Packers uf -- Shade-Grown, Broadleaf and Havana Seed HOLZMAN BROS., Inc. - Dealers and Pnckers uf - LEAF TOBACCO 171 Water Streel WH;..h.ll 4-30]a New }'ork, N. Y. b86834q2
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40 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL \Iarch 16, 1963 Young Executives to Honor Industry Veterans at Meet It'ontlnuril fruni 1'aKV'311 f'lyar>. Inr.. P'nllndclVhLLq J. U. T. nf 11 & N. Ci¢nt \II ~.. InI Am..iicvo 7 11 1 ncrn Ce.. Inc., K~.u. ('.Ierulend: .le_a.e D. 6eonrvn. l'urk t ph fl , z_ f t. k il EL . t.~n C 13 .t. ]lont- Cu., Se,r lukSCIL , a 1['uke;1 u >I— :.AIL H. ~'. albrrl II. Il,e'eV 13 Lrz., In lu'. Ao:Lui d~ :. 1 v~.. In Lr ' 11 Slm>,: 0. A. II '. rr r'odul I C); (. ., It 1 I I. d C I d 11. F S a, C:on, le.: I. t- Ilo..r', Fldwa-'. ~fn.. S4 raur. A1 .' SS'illivn N I eet:. „t P. 1.. 11xtA L.., ~e,r Yurk. tl, of YISU-Cox Uu..lu,~, Im,x: dle~,: Hniie_c SC..IJI'es.~, ,1' \V:CI' ll'IIILini II I rdl.I ,+a Nn I I v uAe .s,k. N. .L., I. F - Chl e I' 111pu 6artn ~ I Lurd li t n .Caudy i 11 ~.>>< . I A I...m H. ~~ xn.; H:r I n II . ~ & LCelln .,t Lm Kul~. s C, hod I,niL !IL', H. d.ll Fe, i'- A. lie lt I 1.,do .~ I I lS .li. AI Lo. .t eelc<.. U. - .. , I]- f Ih ~ II,Svau, ( Ll F' , m'd 1 t . H .~ G- I u uf '. I. II Irp I vl- II. h,I ~la;: r fl.1 A Plnl. ,I II ,:A. T h ('I3c> r. I.un G. L. .. ii ndhivh I .I , t'Li, I 1 e. af I I I tl .- LIIh,4 I (.u_ l ark: h. f~.. I.Id I Am S', I , I.'IJl I:II L. .I U. b:n I 1.1 t u.. V~ 121 V'm-k 1 I 1' ler I I .. C'lani. C,•.' ',' I I' t.,Arkansas Revenue Report ,fI..,CI.Itzioclls.Ul.rK. A6 Jh I,u,(h. fllel)tIll I,If'II,Y IC.01 Ail". T..I. - Loagl r Ct tcr.. tlxh.yln, Il. C: Iha 4rln, 1- .-.a~ I p.ut- Wpliam H Lulehlc. t Ih,. 6vcrh-:. I vt I - tr. i- 1rue tas I'n, kl i, 1 . Netc 1'L, I'. ' b:n-. lar F' . of LI! Ci_,,C,V.. ( 1dta,.' ,mPaed L.. f;eur„v AIclhn le. , f Gct cVtellndi a la ...mw inarh Cc., Rcxhmy. Aluc+.: Iw~l,l J. NI,rd..l. „t uctmlq A. J. Nrnman. ot Nayrlk MACANDREWS & FORBES C0e Business Established in America 1870 OFFICES: 200 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK FACTORY: CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY I ivR,G_ MAq~ II LICORICE PRODUCTS - made for - TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS - from the - Finest Roots of Our Own I Collecting, Curing and Importing ~ i I BEECH-NUT PROFIT UP, AS SALES SET RECORD C.4N.Y /1.11tIE. .. 4.. hen,IUF _ I:-r Wc >. I .,nthe cn(ied 1)e..mnber :11, ~ mtuclmor, nnrl tud z net in.mnc af ~ ~ . ml: I ~iduut J. E. tL ~p, J N 1~ n I 1 ~. . .t 1.1-luleil , r K - 1 2, erµ al rI, t' Lr ic ,.hzre. Ovm It d I .he I tI "r t f nIin l \ . I - -I I c rd btll A!8.- I ,n I tl t!I!itl11 I~i 11 I I i tnrl. r rt~ I I$.4[ I,Jlt I ~~IG I. - i il nl n.a rl,.. I I I- w, - a.. M. PEREZ, OF JOHN ALDEN, BACK FROM RECENT TRIP 11 ,.II.I, ftlI l.h ilhv 1L.r(,(o.Jml'ani F.In1r r .,I. I 1 t-.. Ioia«d ~ .A u YtYs. -~c' n,y r.1 fr,n r : t t, f.6ieaAt, C1 . mti, St. [..,ui.. I, i:uelcw wJ J. P- SI I. r,y I tl r I.. I I I VII Kars nitl , rten N ~r I c 4I A 1 Ili I, t. / I II h. ne.le< u~ol~n . Fine tobacco from the world's choicest crops - combined with over half a century of fine cigar manufacluring- nrake Flor de Cumbal a by- word of excellence wherever cigars are sold. HANOVER CIGAR CO. 225 JeRereon Street PertL Amboy, N. J. Phone: PErth Amboy 4-2117 Schulte Reports First Net Gain in Five Years U. 4 S h I - In, .., ,u.ll 1f r.l: .. . I tl t rll In.ll udrzd .b t , I 195 . iel Vr fi S' e.flrr..xu.. t l t.td ' Ih u eet 3_+If:fl I r tl..,.ni.le I„'. .- ~ E. REGENSBURG 8t SONB, 468 FOURTH AVE., NEW YORK 16, N.Y b8683t126
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Make MORE Sales Make BIGGER Sales Q I .* , Jokn Ruskin PERFEaa E[lsl 5' with these FAMOUS BRANDS Melku ~~ PALMAS rj /nr'JS /~ "'- SIIBLINES 10 Sflf(t05'j fm IS ~~1{{{{,I''' S I~~ae MIDGETS lit cn h with 5•PACRS 'Nh.r yoeraeromer m Ihese h~udy 5:porks on displov. _ yo u r3 vE n ~cle lar~'~ Seidsnhe:3 5 ugurs Enstead oF 1 or 2.~ d xitE0. OINNfR~• . Ulsploy.5-packs on / 10. . reolize graofer . ` PALMAS t ~ ' prnfts. .: smrss• ` : . -~~. 7 Now You Can Judge Cigarette Machine Values for Yourself! ' nneeel. "' © wlth Ezclesive EYF•IEYEI SElEGi1V1YY - at the NPTD Lenvention Lowest Priced - Largest Capacity ICe tha Livrcat 1.1'fTLF: riC:u'vu: u.ndor inada.. e 486 P..F C.pa=ity e 9 Coh.,m. e Rr¢.J., or KinK S:z. e Smdl - Con.pact - Port.ble e 90'"o Lee. Pnrtr than any other mecbine .r VERSATILE ................... tlirr i mu4reM1.y lorp. nl r.om ~ av SLnY ~A~ir-u'.L- l.a.l .... .u N'. It SMOI(E5hoP CORP. ; „,;;; uuto.w,nc Pxooacrs Co.l UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL BOOST SALES OF PIPES IN MINNEAPOLIS DRIVE ....... .......... li. Ii. CrnLtrce ('o.l'onflual.e Ad Campaign I'or Falcon 1'ipn. - Vogel Cu. \tovea Mreililies. Iiv A. t;. I'ATTERSO6 bIR.4eAPOLIS nu.N. T T!m r ent r r'"i .. 1 L F I I i.. , brii K K gaoc ', ul .. In I; w Ar= .. iolil c_. Arder . . . : alfe of h:. B ET:..trec ~ , of IN C.:-1 IFtI t1 Ni of aee arK t-k I, I1 t b,flrs- trib mra rn the Stat of nC nevota. ~Ir. Anderson alao rryrorts uansiaer- aWe imtivity o ather Ilnee of pipe_+Jin- trlvoted bY his finn. Ineludinc the bled- xnd Stearas Ilnes. 1v9'he Vogel Co, r uf lion 1 Urr s nuhinK p Pasuiurru vuld bt r•eal re throughwt the m'dteiat hus nio~ed into and hu'Kt luu :. at I11 dann ~u , Loeb Arcade huildlnK m lrllnncnl.nlia, u nrdinK to e annn¢le- nlent by AWert 1.. Yo¢el, osrn[n the r arterr thrfirm i + I~rr.t~.l h- c"'a larse azeplac ..'i.mo- u ffie yround fioo h h L th - ftr d rp1aY purpos h 4'llt-Liev ue 1 p bl ' te t tF- I' f plp f tu ed by th 1 >. 24 slt] ], Pwpl h.n at r r.le L d president of the Cvnd States Alr CnnditioninK of 3Jrd enoc . ntheast antl Comu avvrur, ptinnnapa~ rmfeewrer r [ .ariatp of pfod- uets~s of which n eed in the mbaccnrindusny especiullpoL:fhe deep by5fi342q Nlarch 16, 1f164 ~~nthc ~.i ~r Ine r bawd of d,rorm'b. Ile nnrreed. ,b.. 'l'hia yirturr shm.'s mir of nr,r cuxlmners iniVlorrvru ¢+ fa sc(/ lrhu luur or f1+e r/ti//iarl of Ol(r If/[ clSRrfi. IVe ure spuruing hirn becuuex ree rlmr't rruskr nudr flrings: Afso uralfaLlo in hundy 5 PneAs b.' r.. , ~r raw~ -f t;r- beareeVA.Habni PmeS.- eStoru. a •tat'mn, at 31 - aJala .n.eu. m1i, fu SY._nnes- .r6ut . ralL. 31r. RoLu .., Fi ,tacor.due.u .1. ,a tiotalkn l Jb-.nd f 1,. _ nclud'lu C ia, l.u St I .o (lold., CF I d'.' I'dl I tl bt- - othm 'fhis ha.vv -luu!u dre el, the tavt tnnl AIr. kabart. opvao.. n..r of Ihp b-csl Ksolinc 511'.ue uu[I~m. mth )linneapolls_ Si )1ei of-_hu wLucrn li iuan ~ tn T-, t nie ' InD I-f: ttl iL'.tl, f'. 1' 1 h'o 11 h If M1] t. Fri/, 1l I: ':a t I- drKClu,t Irf,a.thinp ..oA RH lc '.i the Twin Citie- 9[ 6er u. ~i hrieK r wnrtrod at diR'ercm tf-"_, '.~ .,..........' large So Pard IoLsua~_ . Sb.Br6' r_ ... ,r~. ., i.aer, nve broR~._. __tl ttv, „iar~b ehllGiu.. NO! ~ NO! a thousand times NO! A.r r rnrnr.r n/ jr, u.r yrar[icc In cun/in. d <d,nosr .tdeh nr ILrr rrllarmlrr~ ol ~c t~,.rr,. Ar,d Ler:rrv,e a, an euvnrr iuderaLlr eqmriem.e rrn~l mlenr in tlun u Afrredwi ae Iroae.rtH drlr:l: ulr n:a6-< Ihew bcucr rho,r ..... a cGm. 732 dirfributora nrv huppily Luying Irmrl sell- ing) 1/rese duee 5c cigur... PENNSTATE CIGAR CORP. Allegheny 8 Boudinot Streets• Philadelphia• Pa.
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10 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL NEW! NEW! NEW! /~YJfClO -Ll~l/C ~~ . Makes all~ther razors OLD FASHIONED! " ~5 Going like a house afire wherever it's displayed- becuuse the PAL INJECTO-MATIC RAZOR o9ers new, superior shaving features never seen in a raaor befare Every man who sees ene wants one ... especially at this 3ensYlional infroductory price. NOW SAVE UP TO 4¢ A PACK WORtHINING Gold Plated PAL INJECTO-MATIC RAZOR in Smart Travel Case value 1.50 10 PAL INJECTOR BLADES . . . value 390 to retui/ fot HIGHEST PROFIT OF ANY NATIONALLY-ADVERTISED RAZOR March 16, 1963 Harley W. Jefferson Honored At Banquet and ALrnnnm Hnn,?, nf A,r.rrienu Tn- 'u c Al.ou.Ga,rge lienn, af Phllln ML'r- x& cu , StrN,en Ilerz, uf b. Knill Rlein Cu., Inr., Ha,Wd JacvLn, uf lhe Herald Yending Curp.; ?lmunuel H. Affair Given by American Fund for Israel Institutions at the Kuhn, af Rrnxn & Williunuon Tobur- o Carp.,' ha 6atv of the Metrul>oto- tun Tonaem Co.; John Kenor, of Cnlor Waldorf in New York, Mar. 11. Vewa; Josepk KolodnX of the Nutlon- 1 A m t f I ta D I u,e_ A b 1 g pe s h' tn :ol t' f' - t-d 4 r I.I SICh fSt . at all C . AIs o J Wh t> F[ of the ' J 1 h ., IS Ih 1 I u C r- l d 5 t' l l-o C F I d.1. L EIi I,r R a Ji & fi T > I AII I T d- I f, g f, n ., h ' of lf 4 ' i I 1 f 1-cI 1 t S-; f A ti'I Ad III I a I "I Ll l C G d wt f- Ha lu W J d on, p e, og p g t bt i PI I M W ' f d t of NOiilt & It I 1 hmt W I ¢. . : , C R rett S ' sdny e IDg in the gert liomn of tho M, N . Vw d, R L.., u, d Oeargr W. Li '1'h f h & Af T Waldorf-Aswria Hotel, in New Yu,k. qgrtt vers a- on,pxon, o t e bacco Co. FunA. Ilsed at the di,mer wlll go lowzrd tile Pund`> c inpuign frr thu auppart of na r of the Ieuding cul- tural, edoeatloi nl, trnditimml and =.o olul welfere mrtllutiaia iu Iwuel. Herbctt A. KenL bwird chaiin,an of the P. Larillnrd Co., on behnlf of the F dl-: Id I plu.t N JR 'i- a t f1'.-; tl C t tl Hy.o I of A O` I Cu rhnnman of the a n c w io, L1atthix F'urAerc, of the Ciharettu Me,rhundiv- ing Associatiou, end Chalica S. Orerne scing u -chvirmen. The Dinner Cmvnlttee induded Rob- ert Alexandeq of D. A. 3chulte, Inr.; RI d AI y of LY tt& BnJ J 1 St- and Ph]-I L Bonl} i L .1LgaC-Y1BISlur of L ll P C'gar C \' t T C , of U'ted C'A Whal n St Corp.; Joseph 1'. Cullman, III, of C fb n Bros.; Arthur Giuck, of the Rowe (lorp.; Paul V. Hahn, F.. A, liarvey "THE AMERICAN WAY" AT CARNEGIE HALL MARCH 25 Thc Ameriran Tobneco Co. announced : eal loy, g- th t H H`II, 'll pl1 h- ~1 /h V n Wa( h H 11 N1 A n th. ,e g f R.Ine.d y M 1'6 1hL n III, gi r ,en,herf of the bade-rulnilera wholesale,., and fnr x any of the can,pany r employc, _s can be accommodatad, at no churge. 'The Ameriunn W'ay" is a vnriety show conaisting of two and a half hour. of entertainn,ent and iN ohe s ahox Bo ce He d I his t1 h e beer. r t1WnH f L -y St'k 'gu,ettes 1 tn, tl otyl [ 11 ty. Ahe Coldhloony of the Pudcrul 11iae Drug Co_ wa, in frmn PittehucKh. Pr, a fe, daya aqu. 0 INCREASE IN PRICE AuT ~ ~ C~oo mARV(1S THE CIGARETTE OF OYALIT• Made by STEPHANO BROS., Philadelphia, Pa. I~ 59683a9E;
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UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOiIY.NA[. _1larch lli. 19iiS HAVANA MARKET N EWS IIaA 1A4, GU13A 1.-4 - A Shtun t t le- I I A. Y'. c t t ' .i A t 1-t uk , ofth J 't nd"n 4~Le:[ f h 1~t fnnll_' Sek> di L tho I~`t ~ue14 ttlal, !Jf.611 f i'i fV 9L v.lj.: Knn .xetnt L 1~ I~.le PIl'IL 1 1 R d t I 9hl i l [ I:[ 6 1'tI. ~- I h p dnl, II 1' tl I, the t that 4tt I uv. w I 1, i0 I 1 t .e ey.:nl H I 12 .f- d t. I I - v:ly wl t t t1~.h I f ::f tl Ii -6 I liil. ~ I I ed ' e d- t~r I t l IVf I ~ I ( p p I qu L ' f ~ .IL Lt Lp._I 1n8 lul );e P I.I. ni +L i r'uP~ ntd 111 IeiQ dtl 1 I 1u k I~>t t~l d t..ITfarv ~ , I t ~ , Ir 1'- I:a th t • t nl : . . 4 .ntl I L.I ..u eY::rt.rI bl II. ITYe 5 (h:.. ..hl by YRMATES t,nnul . 1,160 LuleS nf f n, Vbalt:I ., f n nrket 1utirI N - J sd m r I nl t 1 .%1deh tl e; hounl. W I , etd I I 1t- ihuIIL f lll: d . Lul t tFe[ t n 56, ' f,ll'I' . 1 , t'teLLadWP 1'~IPex.podnu,. - neek i u~le<n athJe- i d nd r I.. I I Ily w111 Pi. S, , I.ml d I' d-I I't I b n f J I ItII I I'el. f,, tlIIt lN na 11.•Lj of k 1I atl I I're f Cuo f.n . M1 I I'n Hu- ittxyC.~ Y/ nleatw~ ~(A. ~~y~ -UI I 4t_I I ~. . I vCie.. V'll-~eml 5 P~n: . ".. _.. l u t tunCUl trI :etion . week=.:n'L d°ml L-le:. In nath I L . rc M11 1 _Id h 1, 12 7 Lnlen o usk~ndezuf Vntlla fIst veeke : iltr f-,~i J I IIv I' t I i . ~~y I f_.~=.e~~ VaJli luef t. An[ u 9ki m 1n}c fm' ' ne . 'e'* I I~,,1 nly to 't I ¢hI ,I •-~~:- - Ic:~ _ tha n.u l9artin UItt I t.'~ . lf~ LL n'e nf t. b tl f~ f I~ . Th C N'a G~ ft 1 o t 1 I 4,11 ~ I rv 1 K-t I'' 1 I II I "I C_ ha. tlenendez y Cui=nld 12 bkv a Ix.t CAnnd 1601 nl ~ dcP.n~Nd t H Il I u~ch I[k t b~~I ~ I h ed ~n ' F elt' S~ Jo " 1 I d 10 k C' a t+~, d I 1 f : 1 1 1 n. f_9LR :I+ ~+d S t'I .~t ~~f th L 11 art ~I 111 t md.:l Ixthntu2 }. 1•t.d It. gtt~" h .I' th.~ 6 t't .. le. I 1~. .:I t t-1~ Ilie . 'll Vu, ' t and' r'.tleleII~u.1fC ~lZ C. ( Iv Ci o- I:~lofIf tl.ItnAI1 N kt Thp ,I I At Ih f Ilrll tl 1e 4~ .-l Da lenfm uNm-tn.clS_tn (v~„I Wodfshn C~. rwf,a't I .~.Ip+l deed1r.J-,A h1 A~:p.:dl.- [hl:nd.dd.. alltu otVuwA kem4vtl,u- :: CntLIt:;PLdc In,-i ..,t , I It, e cdif.(:'n. AI~J .~I / t C dil: P~ I.. `Ill < Ic f 1 M1t ( lI~.~ & L ' p~I i f ~~ i I M1 I wm (~et,u:'b h f. ~du. III i~. d.II I I' d Ir f I I u un: : II I, I I-~ lltN I~, lf f II ~ rd i of m/ ~eu e tl .f tl I ..i I' . uull livll. Aha n fvnt 1 li Ilnz l. fhl I 1[h' I~: I~I Pn [ .. Cn - 1.-t-eLtlv .~f'L, .-, I p~ _ n- , Ln u t t: tnee . Is d-ti r Lu ~ lur r Clu (~I I t nurtion.lh I' u unt l I i I.v n 1 I -d nn.:. t I dc _- .~IIIOhtd" fIe'.lentb Ib.11nPl d I tl'-:it 'iA b'i-"Ih I ~~'~~PVt tnbaeeot I le.li nGnn.1- AI CI' III nf'.c t:d t 4~' ~ , 1fl .N ~'I . I Jhe 4 !, vI i 1 II I) e t I Il- f'o tl . r_ 11 I' f t I f- . 1- I L I:v] ,l ~'~I ' d 1 gltl , y tl f '-K = e tP I es t f e t*I ~. 2 f~~lo ,,,„ I t t xt l 5 e1 t e eu l u t h e v:l- I 1 f i~ t 4 I~ I, I v l k I I'1 c tA t f l a. l n, 1111 e ne.r.. .- t +unbvin ~ hich Im~ei 11 . Lp~err hn ._ n f.: mk L1~' I:J~uI: I .,_:y n 1 q I I:u. Ill , Visit Us at Booth 624 NATD Convention Atlantic City ~ LI(JlL~ZIl ~Lljll4~ A PRODUCT OF CUBAN SOIL AND CUBAN SUN La Primadora Cigar Corporation 29 West 57th St. New York 19, N. Y. 686834:i0
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42 PHILIP MORRIS TO HAVE SPECIAL NATO FEATURES 1 hit:p A, A Cn. m R I I it it p; Jar e I l • F I I/ lt on'.I iAa,eu.~, wl iln0unhil: kioK i ~ d i oote plnin i rd c o*k-til ,n Al'i) iu =ntlnn exhlhit In Bnmhr 360 a ,:101-405. firm 1enlurnn..d 11111 .-po- I . 1 tL.„rrk .ehlch la'lll .~,.... ~l 6i9 at Iluc wi,F ..e»ISK na.tLout dll'nler for '... cruri. u:,, in tl,. llin- V,.TU Jv Er ne J'n Itimdy ftuom of th,Stnl. e Ht' . rr.,m ', ti J P. M.. Phllip Hi .vlll x nchcuo xrd I u/ thc Rit.. Linpu Pa' ~ thu ndie~ ¢arlmn Iime1V: Tet - "C9r ;r .. vlll alno I~~e.-e : . tl~ vian.~ w lhl~ C c,l-l Pi.~. .'._ . ~ ita.. ... ~".IV. Ita.y Jml.. Glulsr J. Ilri I,z.u uu.l G..wu,Afvlran:,.. . 'Ph.:v mll rlac :n d'.c IL'.z-l'.miwx_ dJ.Lti~.uul 3 UNITED STATES TOBACCO J(i0RNA1. March 16, 195, BUENSoDSYACEY AIR CONDITIONING SPECIALISTS FOR TOBACCO Pietu abow 111 e npLl=d plnnt of Riggio Tebeco Corp., B.iglnwat« .,N. Y., w=II kno.n m f.clor=ca of Regent and Cort ciger=ue.. The n nufar.l..ing a==n ler prod~c'mq the ciearette, Ia Buenwd- Staoey air eundilinned. Slhrting in 1411, when Ihe International Cigar Machinery Cn. installed 'dir conditioning in the Iaclory ar the Oninn -American Cigar Cu( in \'ewark, N. J.. lor the experimental trial tests of' the fresh •ennc riKar making mzchines, the avTlciates in BuensndSlacey haYe designed and fnsl'alled mxny air conditioning .syslems adapted to the needs of the tobacco induslry. Since that early rra euh>lanlially all eiKar, cigarette and luhaccn manufaclurers hace adopted full mnd- ern air (undillnnim; s)'aen>_a and leaf proces+ing cOnlrul lu aid mass production and to control qualil~ ul' product lrilh production etFiciene~. NEW YORK GREENSBORO CHARLOTTE 60 E. 42nd ST. 221 WATSON BLDG. ]001 NO. CHURCH ST. N. Y. 17, N. Y. GREENSBORO, N. C. CHARLOTTE I, N. C. lor_til wl -I' .ntloh tl . ISnI 1r111 bc . h. ~ I thr nJ ~ ' _ i~til~rvd IIulLwr.r. I I~~hul .~~rt A>ID .\ I 1 . CLP n..l .I .1 h11 . CIGAR VENDING WILL BE 'I n`I ` 5°", " I h ' h C14 , (l ll ' l. AIRED AT NATD SESSION l t H ~ 1 (' ) tl, t~ , .I, I 6 ,is d ll ,ia'.d I'Hll..>DHI.I'llld. 1':, I t~..Any - iL nopL ., Ji .r.h' l. n I c Inr¢- .Ly "1I, rtA ,~ Lil .I'tl.i t.~»,.., , a, a , „pe r, r- r I - I I I .,d.an, e, a<1-a.,.+ II c I W- 1.- r~.Ad, ,cill 111 )I:.~tili AI t{c ,,t.r, we're telling the world ! Tno'(IscDutchMaxtcrad~ln "Thr Satard:,, E•cning Pnsl" and looLl nea'sPxpcrs vll vcar long- not I-+st occ~si~nnlh-. We know mcn sml,kc d6ar all ve..r long- So the tlmc I.- -_ ~ - tn ,d,cnlsc is:dl Ihc tlnLc Promntc Dulcb Masn:ts- L,k. ..mant.,y,r ,J thls smada .+d,crtleing. Dutch Masters Cigars Thc .ar iou'uc ulwy m aartlcd to vnokc ~ I.rc, I I t r Il ( l' Am" - . f I lfh I II eill Lr hi~ltl I I..t II ,t AI_ u. .Neelit, 2 0, B. G I .mn Hnll. .~I Bcrgcrs a i ,HII e. ~I dluc I ,d~.l. ,d ( y, , ~,II Id, ~ II . i , ... (ICr t Ha'll:II d l;I a,ll „III .tr:n.u mnin., HECTOR A.LAGOMASINO BUENSOD-STACEY SYSTEMS 158 MORRO-HABANA, CUBA Walter E. Simon Attends Distributors' Convention ,S„Iler I S „ ' I . . d : . tf. tircl p,l .nll, it 16 ku':t I ul A lInl: II I y~laa- . " i I'< I+nll N,1 111ro, .I~'u~_ 'trlera. II I I L.,n4CU. ~~ i. ,,..~.~.. - the TACKER it Pays to Use! ~ SAV ES T I M E! Pninlr of-aale matedala plaearda, poatere. I'=' ,treemer., diapleya-+re Inatnlled mo e auraclively in le.. time h ~~ wn H= n the Tacker that drMe aa faet yo ri gy. Can p.ctneaa and light dgLl mnLr Itaay to r. 1 nd u = STEPS! Tberd, no b.cL-o-.ckln¢ fer lacka, a, Hamen i. aell, wnleined unil, eeady for inatanl, c ual a u,. Holda , • of tackpointed alaplea per laading. TnLe[up Jawpermit- quickon th:.job errming -- 'n reenud,! MATERIALS! Slend=r, pin-painled Tac4pulnt. un be dri..n into walla, e untr= o window baekgrouna, w{thoul m ing the woodwork, Accurate plec. Ing of each ateple aaau.e. qualiq work, wllhnut tearing o utage of maleriela, 36 MODElS-80 STAPLE SIZES b8Gt!a,128
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26 UNITED STATES TORACCO JOURNAL March 16, 1953 CONNECTICUT YALLEY'S LEAF MEN ENCOURAGED BY RESEARCH PROGRAM Adviduq' Ifudy Itecumtnendatiunn Stimulale Interest ut' Trade - :Narkel Aclivily to Inereune n.. I'tn-kefs Finish SanlVle Work. Itv H(IBER'I' IL LNWIS IleefF~ORD, cOVR., wedn,,..day -]Im. arAl be hntli iudurLry aud ~aL to inpr , ugar 4aarity .,nel L.JuV rble arkecirlg I: eud r I t ' .-nJ- . In .. 1 Lt~c ,f t'J I"dcl ohtrh ul ~.I ct'arlm:cmn .Irllu~ JI'Ix ,N, .~ L,, r.l blu nl fntor ,nl.. . . w.lea( uade L.~, ~_ . .<Lhe ~lc,h:,.cu He ... , .. . nll[ee. ,.I .l . e .rltF ~lHInhW .d . Uri4rl a.m U „ of AClleul w lc. ,n . ~Wlll:.aa S. Rnller, prr>Idwe .,f th,~ 911ia l II I 1 (, I I v:n>LaL.'. V,.ItrlI In.ku o t.~ nul'atl A-all.c . , nr,d, .d f Iha , 1 Ill.•o. }L. I II t . q- .rm, +'I -:hJ t, vli I t Ibluv, th ( .-L . I Ca Ic. d g th I„I au „d,, zk, n I t Ir .I II .' uv boe. I'In de I I ....I I .. ,In.f ..:~app.,. .. I'I:.I I , .te., i l . d[ I, i+l I I 'I` Ill I 1,t e, m t lat~: tI I'g,f ~I.,n N. C„a tlv . , pt vl . .r, t I: , In~ X I L:Ihave.l tn. ,.h a~. ,H..a.e. ...~L, t : . ,~,h ItII'tv nP' u tlu ,Aoavmo . o rwln.. ulodK I,- 1_ IInr.HOU1. 'PGU 'tav ttr[ ' .n6e<s« ~lu,lp ~ I.c I,Plne I f nal.in,. I al. PIS.. I. .> ..~n F ..,u. u.. VISIT BOOTH 552 - At The NATD Show Kaliff, the famous caricaturist, will sketch your portrait Kalif f Draws Big Crowds MEET US BOOTH 552 a! !ha NATO SHOW 4' a ' tl ~ 'tl ~~ IA II 1 II ,.- ,1 I I.+ I I 1LLeFt I aI , ,.na ...'1- . lI:L ndl 'll ,I III'In.l L:.lalln [ lu• Uadla t, dcl a tl s5_ ..~p. nde 1111.1 1'' e'Vle. .LI In th.1 .here har.S u wth ProduiI f frue.lu nnx leaf uddtolal d.n:... I¢wl l11 T Iat I I', t 1 1 f- In 't; I t tleI r\ I4 I I I ttPc . H k . 1 WV,} k( 'e I ftlation . f u . Con 1ucCU tI Ill I tl Cn ag, I<ke , d N , rl n 11 I'I li n ,dx' vn,yPciula u. I1. hwutz AII'r,-I F, ulnan Imd JuLn , ,. _. f, iut~ Iu Ihe Q,I .~If II-1V-1 C'gar C'uvp_ Ill .p Ilfw . . d : k ~ol , II .nl, I I ... 9,a=-.d .-a I.I, Inw e, 11 ,1 . Il .. / M,.> hoyon. nd Cln- Int.Cn I.,-~. Io. I,t- cl t, I. . lanf ul,. A ent a . .. ~z.'n, anJ h .lu~~iui in the f.r ,+t+fa, ,. 11111 In,- .e0. AI Iho hc nA I 8..1 n o poJtcl+. II'. ec a. .. f;uaIm hlll i., tlm stdie, t. d en,1r- . . Cr ,<te I e. ah'rh hal Lbe hacdl u~ f L.L.I . t' uction I ' I uv . r I.cl,. ('hr'i. A. Jmuse~ thrungll ~.+ maL,n m H t~.. J'.. /f tle Lhn=atlusttx othe, ialnr,II methor 4""i- d the adel.l 6xpe .rth o methed+ uf I,. cf cn,N ap n.¢h e - I I.u4o~ ~t,l.a„AA,laLhevleeo- Ht a'I.hi,. -ll l.l lr~duta dil oue bu.lle- fl~.~ ~dhor Induvtrl..n i' .nlihuagon- 'fhe HartfmA lunf mur'.A La lunldng I I!nder the bill, thu c, f,rwaiduI n,t,a,.,_e~£.'ty'ne wu,ld Fa c I t, a.-e.s anon• Trade Reports Show Cigar Sales Increasing ! More and more Tobacco Jobbers are capitalizing on this trend with ~i,„,1 CIGAROMAT Multiple Selection Cigar Vendor Dun't misr the sessiurt nn "Re-etva[uating Our Ven.ling Mauhine Thinkirtg" Tuesday, March 17th, 10 A. M., NATD Convention, Atlantic City Ilear the IntereYtlnj~i faCiF VII "MORE SA1.ES-MORE PROFITS aolth CiS<n Vendinq Maehined' Then Visit BOOTH 653 - CONVENTION HALL CIGAROMAT CORPORATION OF AMERICA 1315 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. • PE 5-1026 L I„rtinla9 a. . :f of luaf to ~ ~f Ih k ~ndl- tued H tr elad. - would n ~, pns:'I I fu the te , , it fi- " rJ , C g- 13 rvt ResUexl helll nlaalh ' Nctf,rd FRANK STEMPLE ELECTED TO WAITT & BOND BOARD \BR M1Rh 1 1 9Le.day Ilal- I v W 1 m : Iiaen of Wa:tt k Itond, I u., I ln, ufartu . r/ f NlnLkntu lo and R'l & B d Ya-h I sn'eum ai- ua,v, hj-l o, - d I leclmn of Frank SlnmpID to the boenl of di- rectel'a of the eamlany Vr. S emll r t- Lee p1e=4 Jel t u a d- ev.[n of .he PI'at Na- IlA mal IIVJ< of 3eruaian, Pa Lorillard Distributors Get Credit Adjustment A specisl uedlt adjustment, based 4 a .eek's a eege pureh aae, is be: ngextended to dfstributors of Dld Gol<I, and Embasrp eigaretteg the P. I,orillarA Co. a.uouneed in Sew Yolk t., fl e dJ -L t' th f m of a dt . 1 I ,t,g[ht. I Ifr b t- Ihe old J eu l:xl pr ,. s be'nq made 'in cader to treat all of am-.usminei, faifly)' tha cum aqv =tawd. /L u axplalneJ that thr n h.ul L...,. 11114 blc to a ccpt ordc,s rallinA for cxlla shipments of the two Lrands du~ to huary den,aml, prlui-tn tll. Ilflin u ~af fed_vnl Illlc. ce'Illllgr. Pall Mall at Convention The Anledcan Cgarettt & Cigar Ca. wlll again fca;nno its Yall Mell eiga- , ette I„and al its exlllbit boaths, 90 7 +wd 3/1N, at the NATD ct ,entian. The mnpany ,ill ma6 its hotel headquur- tera at the Shelburne. Ill chalge of ihe exhibit Aill be Alan C. (:arratt, adverl:ainy n nageq ahn will be a•slsted by D. RaDu4an anL G. JJ cattec. by68;1(I l2
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i4larch 16, 1N5[i UNITB:D S'1:ATliS TOBACCO JOURNAL 43 CANADA REPORTS GAINS .."° `I "" r'I' , go'TOBACGO MANUFACTURE " l""'° e tetl het nt $.IbIAi dnlinK 1J$2, I, the nl ..,hhI. ~"pe IN EXPORTS OF TOBACCO ;1;,'t ;dt,;;;; IK; ~~ ;,;;,g~` DECREASES IN BELGIUM 1e: K"'' ;t' h`~~~If „51 ;~r~. llniled Kin+Anmi-+Anm Chief Cuslomer; °t I `''1° d° M' I I Is. I I~nF t-- le I I~H I n I- cer ~, the nosl I,rvt't- Cigaretle Consumption Dec!ine +n„-t_ dt ,tdtlpet>dlt mr r~~l Rritnin, W. Ferman, Vurehune , 1952 cinwou.e outlet, took 5a.alu. Measures Tnken to Curh Inflnx i. morr.thl nt 195t l.ur¢e Qu:mtilies of ('igurette.. 1 00 pVeees, nr UL Pe,- ee of Ihe tnlnl of Cigars From Tetherlands. I 1 I Kd the ` Universal Eeaf Tobacco Co. 11 I'AR i CA Nd 1>, T I - I'F i tl t L A 12,900,000 1.- a n. p -[ t d -I It Th a' (, o I. FIFFASHCN6T09 DCT B6da3"- Pa s on Common Preferred ~i de tl c rnl~nrl - 15ot . t u ~ xpo ted 'tu? t n 'Che Olfii uf Foret6 t AK ,lwrxl Re- y / latdu t d h i tdn that HeL /1 p I 19 I Il I g Julnn J~d I t-' tsn p e p RICtlMOAL V4. C 1 The elu t Eove 14 -1Kt Mi 1- SY ll esi u Ihu Ulitel SL I n Snd K'nr - uI tu u. uK~+tellen d K 1 r Q I 1- d"d i tuI t ttlte. ele.- 1yth.t.n..I1 A- I. IngJxut'>J e.la tM1U!eA4,YSV t I fI t,k ed'S et~ ell 000 000 larl II .' h nge rate uf Ihe Cnnvden Pi' - ',/ p' L 1 tl I. Jnr, tt n o t'} h~ull ~ :th l ad llvc 1 h a lel( e 1 "c I~ I Ila Is $1 fo $] lll'X United 9[nte~ the 4 6 UIHIIUa p f I upp I ~ dtviIg the rxma 1951 Ilmd. Ito cfl oP Ih L -_al Lurt CoLnuo I Utlfl 1 J 'hed /1Il nr. - I/ Lda (1 lY,lI11) Utl f l ' - I c s.I thl. rlp, CwT. At. Iloxl , I. - ie- y.; ,[u,tu/ .I. ..J r tl _'N,. - -- Cintn <ttv r n II t 1. n' /,'Lnld ,.I ,t ,1 ap uht, ;' WISpCONSIN LEGISLATOR "I15 p d 1 h , ° n„n I t L- t pl red +,Ih .1 e 1 h yr+f led d'Ae 'd i1," Idv rn I, t N:xl tx . r lenf dt ' IJOU .- momh' of 1952, m t I.I 1:.5 [. ,n p.:und. +.I..I .,t Wlu; ASKS 4c CIGARETTE TAX xlsoedol'md' I1' pl.' I-~It f J expo't. H''.'IS 1 I- Oe ' .'u; f 1 ~'., ~ hn FluI _.. IIeele dc+ I ft pr ent dui InK the n q nt x-II I I e d~ Vtz+ 1 t< ..u n- In~n n i.i .-a .i u.. .elI ' Ihetutnl . ..u" 1- su .._ .. a..... .. ..~. tn i e the N'iseonsin clgmette IWx em'tespenJing 1951 Perlml - ~' I- B I iu nuf t e. m~, a- 9 x , , nm - f l I l ~ r h,. m . - e R - e ,.. nt + ,.I n .enc 11 Anat r. ,- . :..,.led et Inle l nm. Clgarette STamp Dlseeunt 1 hnile::. 1u8 nOn dcred m the sta:n LeKlrluture In.e hlg Jnnnnry-Jnne. 1952. deelined E per M B L d' N d inl S 1. n n..n nd< , euh h.~ Aseentblvm:~n Trennlin. IIu-P ~ent be!ow [he uommlrlatlc 1951 Penod. ay e owere m eva a Icr ItupnLllr i Houe rizar + ~nPtlon tred f.4ItSON CITP. NI'a'., Ta wlp-A 9h he LI 1he pvp+sel I Qaullue /dAa umid 16p e~ tduEagth I)521 bA.~ Itlt prop '~K u rudum n lhe iG-- ..nt.1I w-16 ~I.lu fl/f Iende. Io'.denthepeetth+ ufayill n- Itn vrl.ul'hullh reRa°cm6K' uuntn mll+.1+'pli II t~+le,vli nl l .n r.I:d 1'loc- 'u, lez Itver. i Ih t h+mId + n.unlPlb wl du- lo n t F.+ [u 1 f~iIW + v.l Imf 1+.1 ented fni :II.0o0.111111 .Ide tdl 'tl.ool d'etrlcls nhah I. H.Ig' ontVUt lut u"el ~ta+p I,u.lenl-to cedil Inmid>-. e.l t.dl n+ la - .,: edtle Lotlwingpo+wImy Ic, luninly holl tle Re.htiu 1 tlt Stnte I psIlttue ..+ >rllp-n pL'.+ Ie th+ 1: ml 6nigdou.. I'ha lu++ .+ .oerTu .hal e'.Knre[[e 1(Ow .. te: h be .ahrn Iw I.1 . 1. +. Cl,nk I ~ Othvr I tr e+ t, ++ l'h t,-udhleu I I y Le dred fmr teran+ p otart t11e uK+ll -nd,t y a6ulnet tl e Vevn<Ll x ht IrJe : ~ rnrtoJ led t.. 0 1J5' 'i u 1 I .haL 1'tt baa bn'IJ tg plnlectr+t weI- Iluuh IhodlnK Ihu netl.et tli It++- I e' cenl i:cva I. .fddF 1 I'.I +,mld . . E Ihty li~l tu>Irulu ,M1d k2Alu.nlU/ Idll In+ nd.,I ...lii ,.. n,tlu..nd' IreedVroducls. +J me.. M I,.... 1.10. IIII I ind .-1 Inn.,1 1 I. LI. I . .,i . F Ihe e+F nt of Imporl- l! NiKm a. R pc t h. o!d 1111111 Ih' .bnt u . ddlnr nal Y Y,UfI[ a, I. !ligheu in [he filst .. nteler uf 1951; dunhni SIIE SALES ARE SHOOTING UP ALL ACROSS THE NATION! W_.Irr & Bonv, ii«. YKN-A1lK. V..1. Makers of famous Blackstone Cigars for over eighty years Stock 'em-Display 'em! Sell 'em! NOT ONE PENNY MORE THAN ORDINARY 51ZE CIGARETTES! bN6b3qZ,q
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30 LATEST ROWE MODELS MAKE DEBUT AT EXHIBIT The "4tl3" Ulnight and the. ^5upwE c l.r new model cigarette ma d ~II het 1'I'ed far Ihe f,ret time by the Howc ManufacturLtg Co_ at its booth at the NATD u.eotion n Atlaotle City, it u'as ennounced. The new madels, mede [or both nwn- ual as well es e:ec:soperatinn, aru =ald to have K''eacereapacity und also greater hrand flexi6ility, yet tAOy ara bgg a'Z It aRn'Ithe d= t-b tp•rat t h dl tothe, bnd w th the extta h ft colun n r sing the eapneity to -I®tl in the up. r3Kht znd 815 ii, thc u rolc madul. The Penny Rook Mutch dispcn-, ,clhiK two boek mamhes fma pennp, is optlanal eqtlilanen; ul n..idht c3- tru mst. Roben'!.. Creenu, ptueldent af Rowc, wlll head a Im'KC ,vpre*enlatlan from thee uinpany at the covel'sion, whicn UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL will inc4rdc John Mill, Arthur Cluck, Cnaiian H. Bilnkman, Richard Cluck, Andrew Chaplin, Dbk Hoose, Hatpl, E.nunetL.laal: Dunwmdy, Roberl Nl'aa- lay and llail Andersun. GENERAL CIGAR PLANS RECEPTION FOR TRADE The Cenend C'igar Co., manufacture, of t4'hite Dwl, ltoba 6mns und Van flyek ciKm=•, will be host to Iv custo- --= at a spachrl r ceptrun dwinK the NdTD rnn.mtimt next wee.. TuP k' 6' sp: y _ t' hea< ed by Jcriuc St s ores3dent nnd Phdlp L. Hondy, v 'ee preadenl m ehwgo of .vlca, wtll Leott hnnd mt the Parla Launge af che Claridse Hoeel, Wednemlay, 5 P. H., to Krue: the :rnde. Adm n to the <oeklnil Par., s Ly nvllalian unly. The mmpany will n inluiu e ho+pi- tnllty u at tlu•. Claridgu thrauyhuul tlm ennclavc. STOCK! FEATURE! SELL! a. Rogers Alr-fita," Iha hlgye.' .ellinp robaccc pouch mode I slnr d e n' d b Pete on' Pi . p . . - s p e( i~ . , c. RogerSprne (tsh T W h s4,s away If it's the best in the field, Rogers has it. If Rogers has it, it's the best in the field. alO$Ers imports, IIIC., 419 FOURTH AYENUE, NEW YORK 16, N. Y. ,, ushes and sfub. al Iso taoch cf n Finger. d. Rogers "24•'Cigarene Cose holds 24 REGULAA or 15 Fi VG SIZE cigarettes. e. Foger5lide" CigcratleCaee.ls fhe i largost sefling 50¢ dgoreneca:u in ,6n woeldl , . . -'.1.L'21, Merch 16, 195.3 ALDEKJAMES, OFFICIAL OF P. LORILLARD, NOTES VALUE OF ADVERTISING Warns Against Misleading Theme in Ads Prepared for Consumer; Cites Lnwer Costs of Cigarettee as 12esull or Sales Ezpansion. -- PHILADELPHIA. PA., Tua,day - 111dK't, d.t.y,e., d g. f 11 d. t ers, Alden I Jan e. director of ad ertising fnr f'. .\Iden lanie. ' l.a;lla,d C,., fnr_ ald laet .,eek a ' a ntceting of the Poor Rlchard Club, i a lnnal advciti,icg mnorqanization. Lack of prn,eiple i,a.vmtisinK can ) till, forter adverae public thinkinK loward the .ury r eepta, fcno tions and basic prinnplea of advevtis. I h,K that the public has cane to ae- eept" Mr. Jarnes a erted. "L ', vme to etop W'etendin6 that .. of dKatY-tte advertisine doee ml : ' he said, cilinK uhe,apeutic daimx nf su advorti.vinK a of the praetires auhjec- to n uch crltldsm. Mr. Jantetl YII'onKly defendad tile In- dusLry aKai,St Ihc riti[ tna•t tn6 a ck, n r spe nt in adv~.rlisLg h y ciKnrettentanufnetuler=. .The Iarge vrdnme e eat.ed hy aa-r. ,. i.,g has lowered thc coet to the con- ,d '. sed ~Irmiity," thr. Lar- ~.1 d . i~~mt I 1. Cia -eae ~ ad t taa 1- n thfth, nf t t. pa<I I,c. n pc ,n- Ie_e, i than 40 yeurx agu, hc uuwd- . "Adverlis:n4 u-d ptopmiy nnd hen- ~estly has a defi.me place in our i- tlastry," he nse .'Tu Fuild Pnbllia v t . u y'and- o. dI lo da ... . na LL honesp Le,. ~ ~..ay . r•d, Ae. ent aud n-a ugtol." f{,. James said. 'Phis leetli la n,ade i anpmEant - x;th itv hy the avnt f i.d r, vrxnal andaadib:e i , of eating n Issting Impesslocs;' n. concluded. CNITBU SI',19'E3 TOllACCO JOURN.4L ie the faremaat NEWSPAPER in the tnbacco snd allied fields. 6868.11116 PAL BLADE TO EXHIBIT INJECTO-MATIC RAZOR 5h Pu1Rl l C "Il:h t:nrw ll doll PIi I j hl C. zz ae il, stell Ittratt on at the fvATD ention in AUuntla City, N. J, next meek. Aacenled in cela-fal bTUgandy and bluu . rrmnrlings, lhe ]ntest xddition u the Pal line wlll he di.playc•J i Honth 205 Ir the c ventlon hall_ Aleo will he the cmnplete array of P-. b' I Il'e II. po t of p¢hn.e td:, ef tvm 1 nolingx w d othe derder a d.- Itepr utu,K Pal-Pers nna ut thc entbn will h• A. W. 11e Pbail, easl- ,xxlea nager; David Price, noNh~ ~uaern nopervisor, Harry Davidson, , o,::hea+tern zopervism, and Jeff Mar- ,u. regianal director of the New Ymk a_ They will he headquartered at the Himel Dennis. a best styled! 0 fastest selling line of fine smokers' accessories!
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24 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL Rlarch 16, 1b55 ;) i OIl8 SIIlO~'iPl... YOUNG EXECUTIVES TO HONOR INDUSTRY VETERANS AT MEET Members of Half-Century Club Will Be Guests of NATD Junior Executives Division at Luncheon Tuesday in Atlantic City Convention Hall. pfore th,m 4u meml,ec. of the w'uac- Nayuh CiFUre, i., Nr.c 1's'k: John ' , uf Cm~olldx:ed l'o rr Ca.-. and allird imluctrl slvding ihe Chr arr pull.hcr of th,, UNITFD STATFS Chrz luR u-0 R .,. CnAen, nf IC~Cuheu TO6ACCU JOUItNAI., wha huce n 3 4nn, YhlladelpLia; Thnrns. V. (r'.i- ch:m a LWf-eentcr}' nf n..,r« u, thu n n, N' J-ci,h l>.u-. Irl .. u ~' +' d ~ ~~ // - t \~~\ '6o& 8[lOfhBP... I1n'If-I`'H., I1 .IU,, c... IaII- . I g tL e t t-t a 1- e C I I P_1u I .ntt r nf Y V5111. in Atl I iRal C 6 Si r U of F. A. I N J. I, p & S Nsltir. 1Y t.t I I I -0 nch d I 1 nl,a 1 1I. I~ . 1'I1 I'I N t'. Ulh 1`x16H1 .r t,vu,to, Hall, ,III e tcIC,.I J (7-'°'- (O I " ude vetcl'anr Ly the NA'I'll Jnnlur I>id.n' I~ r~rhlir i. :ri l F]zecutivc= Uivlslmr und ,vlll Lc yrc_ Inu, ISr.; Ilu, . H_I adedLSnr. u:nfor6i'I'D'.Ilalt- "`.I.hic..%un,'...dl 1~I8Xt-fo3lt8n, smoke prnlury Clulr nan,Lvrr in IWmr, tf ,:., °f 'fh: An:e . I~ . r Scn Ihe +uund Hoor ur the hall, al n-.r. )adr; 1I ri ... i,. .. .. . dru F'. 4 f ~wr'u uf' tiu h cheon " i 6' I rr ~ f r 1 I,nrl N~lYav.. addl . hv 'ndv . the :nha I llit 1 LI lue vhu r.,ve 1' I, ; u < I... .„ .,:,:. 11 t h'cved natable ilinr~ :,I rr r Ph I I II h' ,llt H("ree. rl' 1'-,Ir~i I A t a. I A, 1'mL: I Il ~± 4 11'1 I lLC( 1,fdl r.Jn:~.. t f' I a. I I C I lur 1 5 -w ! / tF.w I i, I I ,~I. I II I I I I .Ini L H f Jo h I urK II rr4er, VI . 1. Co., a 1 1 Ii. 'P, 1 - l. I-. Sc 1 A F.hcx,a il I IL'.rrll II.. (: 111. . I9:.r Iliµl:rl.. I r.. L,rth In I ,r.r I I I_r 1 A II .. .f 11 '. slll I I 11 1 1. 'n' Ir -. 1 f -iid. I ( I',' Mo IIn'.. I' . I'.nnJd :kr I'}o I'r NATD jtrninr Kl.nnlr., J::=e,rh hml,rin,.. lnuull,evlur-~I. Itc:re F:d- ,VA'I'p na u'd,, .Ir.fc' F- S F.dwaM. "PoLaro~ Ca., in Fan..m Ciq, I(an,.: Ha dd D. :.f 'IL E- Grook, R f~. Iir I larr~~.f rr . oster C. RmArun. -Jr., C Quskr., (litv C-oula-.. nnd . I - Ib.m.n~ Co.: Leonard C.. Ro¢e., 1l cnt af IG.u'rs Lnlur IuILud~ d n I!. Unl:lald~u. NA'rll . . I , rder anr/ H. IC Jndh~ ./ .anwnt .ulw m~naKer.dhm. H. S„'i.her5 Son, Oi.. 'rhe u„eet,lreal.er x~iu h. Snrrl.v ]I. ILrmbooXil, h., An.lrtant Surrc[:vp' o[ Ihe United State. Del,e.rlaum uf Curu- r~~r~Ralph S Nlllamx I+,c"ident nf I':r~ Lm'. Oue & 6neKK Iur., Sem 1 urH~ nrrd ~~hn6nlnn nf vLe NATII a anl o niil- c mlll pi-x'm the Ralcdi;; ./uniur .,. h i .I hievemcnl .4mard tr, th:~ evemc nl ~arl,. , I,rrii:rd;tr-d . du inuu:r rv-t . nl. ,r nr Itdu'anl U. Unvl...lI,L:- Ireirr. ,Icmlrml".n cclNYilrudr h l , cf i ilLehnnurud u. Ur.~ lurrrheon Inrluda: Samuel Bayuk. uf BsyuI, Ci,;x,., I::c„ Philadelphia, Pa.; ChaNe±.i. Buunch.o- f Henly Heida, Inu., new Ynrk; J: Jllum 9ent, of the General C:gur Co., Ln_, nnw Ym'k', RuKene L. Ros+rt, of L. W. Bn.url & Ce., SyrlnXhud, 6ulo; Alxo: .11irhnel Curny, nf 31. C',.sey ft Cl., emv,en.... ]fx,.; Hnr'ry Cn0'w, nP HAVATAMPA CIGAR CO. Tampa, Florida bN683410
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]'Ixreh 16, 1953 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL 47 Cu:uly Co., Ci:icago, II'_, and ller u Oriul, of 0. Oriel Cu~, Bronx, Y Y. (U Re.maluating Dur'1'hi:irtirng on the 1'roye:' CunditioNng of Ceudy and ConCectioncry Prodncts, by H. A. Uuwa.y, of Curtias Candy Co., Chi- cago. III„ and Leun Hm'kis, of thu Ne.. Je: Tnbacao Ca., .4[lantic li:y, N. Jey idt Ro-evalualing Ouv l'hlnking in So- leetlvity of CLemmura, l:y Hnruld H. Curnn.ings,fnrmer houd of Cadl,my- Pry Amer:ca, Inc., New Ym'k, av.d Jade Lnhnan, of Lohma:r Sule, Co., Ucr , Coln, Iv) Re valuzting Dur Thioking mt Ncasnnal F.xl:loitaEcn of Paekagal Guuds, by \Valter 51uth, of Robert A. Jah:umn Co., Milw'anlwe, Wi'., d F. S. YnrMaubh, Jc, of C. M. Ylathes Co., Ine., Durham, N. C. (f) Ru- evalouting Our Thinking il Rlducing Cmdy Obsulescencc, by SV. Arthur Wanen.of tyuNew EnglanA Confectioec:y Co., Csmbridge, Mass., unl Samuel C. Hurvith, of Walvm-- :ne Cigar Co., Dett'nit, Y,irh. 7:00 P. M. Sh.me Dlnncr Iladiee onlp9. Hackney', o tntiu-a prwir4 Restau uu1. (Trwupt ed). Cowtexy l.ipputt& b(yc:s To- bac o Co- THGRSDAY, MARCH 14 8:30 A. M. NAI'D Junior Exeeulvcs Ancual Bush a Meeting and Foruu: .. Eaxt Room, Claridge Hotel- (Breakfast to lre se ved)_ Courtesy Jno. H. Swlsh- & Son. Adoption of CmsC:ulioaal Amend. munts: Eleetim of Oflicers. 10:00 A. M. Secuu.l Cm;vention Su=sion . . Itoo:n A, Cocvantion lislL Chainnan: Ire Kltta, of Hetropolitan Tul:aceo Co. Vew Y.,rk N '- Y. Addre.:'. 'By F'irtue of the Ct:ange in A_.-: ~n, What Fmthm' Pudelal' . : el'rupm,als Aliect- iug the rv, .. n SvNmm May Bo .ant i . ~ >b,,.dd Ue NS: oged'.'" oy AI-.~"' I~avis, uf Canada Dry' & Troade. !~9altlnr, Md. - 'Glru and T:_I. ar-Ju I n Sy:n posiwa 14vti q..ting ' .1. Saulure: Rruo. ]I .. ~t Htcnd: 1, Haa:if & Cc., L:L ..... , Ind-'. .41vi Llnker, nf Link: C':e Cn. Loalsville, Ky.; Edwz~,I Cosu'llu, of Costello Bruu., Inc., Pn-dcr.ca, R- I.;. Abe Goldbluom, t,f FederaLRive Dlvg Ca., Piusburgh, Pa.; Samuel Fovnan, of Stm'kmen Cigar & '1'o- baccu Co., Atlantic Ci:y, LL J. J:mlor.: Gcoffrcy Oclmer; Iluury 6unst, Jr., ParJ K Lever.; J. Renv. Edu-urds. Jc, 'and Lem: Flnklq of P.nl4e Candy Co-, Glovv:'sville, N. Y. Iteport of Wnrkshop Cm:ferenca: "Does n Unfair Cig,uelte Salca £ct Pro- a th_ Snl~lion?-' b. f'Ihairnnm W'. S~le/un . t11100 A. M. 14.:.nnm )L-tln4 of NA9'D \Pmnen'e PtuIsiw Ilnd:" unly/ 15ullroon. ;:fid PL), Iliv.CarltonNm,i. IL:30 P. M. '~:chcar, tVllh I(nlodny ' /ny invlta- t~on only: ... Ballroonl, C'+:nvenl"on: HxIL. 1:30 P. M. -fhil'd CO:IVelltlolt .S'C3a1011 .. Balll'oon:, Ca'.tvenHon Hall. Chairnr/vt: Charla S. Dexrstyno, of Dearutynr Bro.s. Tu- bucco Cn., Albany, N. Y. The Abx Schwara 1femoa'ial .4ward Presuntatioc. Inforn:al ,\ddrees by Jesy:h Kolodny. Repnrta: Itusulutioce; Nm :nating; Exhlbit Awards Cen:mitk:e~ Kluction of Dlroctors. 1:00-C:00 P- M. Ltnteheue :md Bingn ParcY (for ladls, only) ,. Ocean Terrace, P.ita-Catiton Hocel. Courtesy Philip Morris & Co. 7:30 P. M. Y1st "Coming of Age" Anniveraary Bxnquet Ballroam, Conven6on Hall. FRIDAY, MARCH 20 8:30 A. M. BreakfasbMeeting of the NATD St:rte Councillors and the State Associxtion Presidenta . _ Diamond Jinl Brud.v Room, Hotel Shelbm'ne. 9:00 A. M. Work..hop Confmuace ..,.... Bomn : (2ud FL), Convention Hall. Subject: "Pt'ofit Shnring Prugrmna." Chnir- : : I. F. Kartmen, of Lard BxIIL u o Candy & 1'obacco Co., Balti- ntorq bld. Wnrkshop Cunference . . Beom 10 (2nd Fl.), Cmtventlnn Ha1L Subiuct: "To Lease or Not to LeasOt That Is tho Quastion." Chairman; Wil- liam B. Poinsette, III, of Myers-Co. Co., DubuGUe, Inwa. 10:00 A, M.- 1:00 P. M. Operating the Model Whnlesale Tobac- ca lSouse ., MeetingRoam A (adja- eent to Convention Hall Stagc. Fourch Seasiml: Studying Business: 10:00-10:45 A. M.-Surveying Ter- ritory and Mnrket Potelttial. Chair- : Leou Shahun, Jr, of Leun & fon Cigsr Cn., in Memphis, Tenn. Speakoc: Hamilton C. Davis, of F. A. Davis S' Sons Co., Baltlnwre, Md. 10:45-11:30 A M--Relationn With Supplizrs, CtvsG:mers and the Puh- lie. Chairman: Harold S. Carten, of F. Danleli. luc., Brons, N. Y. Speak- r: Claudo Hart9sou, of the Ouschllu C'.iear & Tobacco Co, Mmvne, La, 11:30-12:13 P. hL--Effenive Utili. zatlon of the B~rowroom. Chsinnan: Clyde 1.. Duvl>. 2r_ of Old I)omin- n'Pabaao Co, 6orfulk, Va. Speak- : Rav Johnaou, of Gnldsmi6Black Inc., Pittsbmgh, 1'a. 1?:15-1:00 P. hi. -BudgeC'::g npaa- tion nnd Plsnning Ah.ead, Chairman: Wm. 11, i.eideradorf, of the Leider.- Jorf Cu.. Milwackec, 15'is. Speaker: Archle Chernn, of Cherrin Br„s., Detroit, Slich. 10:00 A. M.- 1:00 P. M. Ladies' Day at NATD Modern Sler- cnandiaing Falr .... Emhihit F'moc 2:30.5:30 P. M. N:1TD Sales Seminur ....... Room D (2ntl FL), Convention Hxll- }lader- atur. Joeeph Nolodoy. Suest Panel: Ude.ll Owene, of Bennef: Lewallen Co_, Winston-Salem, N. C-; Carl E. Bartsch, of Louis S. Cohn Co„ Butte. Nont.; Jxncee Bridell, of Belden Hlli Cigure, Cedur Rapide, Iaxm: R. N. 0'~leara, of the Cm:ersl lobzcco & Candy Co„ Lincoln, Neb.; Leanard Aluvm.v, of Pnbm, Coc & Cregg: fG:e, Ncw York, N. Y.: Joseph J. &nitn, of Jonn 1. lmhn Co., Baraboo, Wic. Prugrammlug Snlue In .Sdvunre, M1y 1'aul K. Loven. Salos Meotings, by Harden FL Gold. atcin. Selling Is Our Businesa, by Joseph Kolodny. Prescntation of Anards in NAT'. "Caming of Age" Sulcs Tournamcnt. OF j1GI UNITED STATES 711.,L TOBACCO COMPANY 1jj ~'' Manufacturers of ALL types of Display the big brands more! -and watch your profits soar! "MARTIN KANE, PRIVATE EYE" 6ou.linp lolss ev.ry week an TELEVISION 5ee yovr n wapvp¢r fu. lima md Jvlio:' 68683h33
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March LG, 1953 UV1TAa STATES TOBACCO JOURKAI. 45 HAVANA, CUBA T. HIJOS DE DIEGO MONTERO, S. Ae NEW YORK, N. Y. P. 0. 9oa 407 (B.f.b1{.bd 'u 1!1!) gy ge.ver Street Fic.r.. tax PACKERS AND EXPORTERS OF ALL GRAllES OF HAVANA TOBACCOS 1eh WHiteh.ll a...at rbe.e, M-3480 Cable and Tele qraph Address: "DIEMONP" H. U~.'.. S I - .'.I I I . I u.lv, 5, i.' ~ I L.I I~ v. L„ A n 1' i,. Yanillo ~ u S. .. l v:d'_'lIN 1 _r_ b '1 1.1 >In,.ti:,, ..A r Cln.- 1'1 F:uirc~~ C. .I.1 . pl . I (,'dl.La, t'cr . ",. .,. I .m.iu, 91d. V I h Imlt. _...li -. I, FI',1.: I-;u r. 1'~. 1-,'I. 1'+bla I l I, di J.c.~. IIN .. I:n.d 1Cntlr i nlhr n ~ .,..I I I::dl I.nc: .r .Vice d:nvvlP, 6eh, I . I2 n Smokeshop Corp. Vendor On View at Convention T1 kchoP t I IA.lolntvlI rrul r 7r. k-l x-c slll lkl'- .hal 1 H°,yai I t.r u Ihe VAIUS.- 1_A• t~C't,llawk 16 ¢ !11, a'. Beoth AJn. u.koawp I.u-IA,>• i, fullr : I ,- '1l1 111 c:f I I . u l, 11 it. (.IIoI the 1- ~ 'u oI' h 1 .ucl. .>. il I...Pd l u ha~r„ XII I n L ... I ~ Iru I' L' tal. I , I II, ~nulLemmpnn.l~•I'. d II , _u;P. llildu. i. hthle. L~ I -nl.'~ q hu. I' , IZUd I I ,d :. li /n'.,~ 'hn-l.. It <~ t u.ilc * t t.. PI n II',n,m,'II . I... II'.I II-. - I.111, Li A1.m 1' 'k; . lclid 'lrl. r IS.,. . 1..%II,U. .., ~ + n 6clr S.1vk. 2Ilu c UatrclL ll cn.; :Inllo CI6 atlC ck I±, i . 11J qual'In ,. t I."xale.. ti . J.BUI! 'k, L~1 ~Ll +I~W. u t.I ll'I:Yll,t 1 Chal rr v d L 1-0 lu,l h l I r. VI! 1, .1 111111 1 i nll II (' ,11iUt. ~I .. ' lltlll ll MUfI- I ,tI~, l .. L+llldC 'd ' 11111 ll elllthr' fr e Ifc.- ,I anmI;.; 141/ InB.Iltil mt. AI'm IunL I/at N I. , aatunhe 1 r'ly.:'.r. '~i tllt. ,~n': -.--..-. -.-- . IIl Illn - ~ 1'.t ~ ll ,t I .i411t II, I I v . lal ' I .una,r, ISI"IICI) J9'l'1'I~i'f(IILAt('O JOtII/- lcucl F P.ui±hvx- II 1 1L.. r Il '.y,.,l-.- N AL le tho G- .1 M6N'.'.I•,AI'ISIt In 'fhc c v 1 st .'tidlualt , II t'p1v. t.. Illo ,luilr- the I nlr.o xlld , Iftd t vld: ..I _t We, s5e1 Ft ,~L it N,9Y )' k TJITEN CARTOONIST HIGHLIGHTS SWITZER'S LICORICE COt BOOTH AT NATO SESSION S'f. LULfS, A1G_ lAd e.dn:- ao .lelll-m...< <I..Io4.atl.. l xill , nl Sul.'ccc's I c Cu., '.I-. 't an.ly 'ufxcl ~ -1 '.\cl- ' entl xl ~ I~~tl A 1'.onal b.. Iwld tr' ~eL ..I }la ' I 18 ul A'. f.ulli,. . .. fhe . . ol. uf l.: . . . ..I ,ootb dm 11-Ilfilllou> 6 ma, 11 , ~ke.uP. 1viLh tt cc'F u ict I I ~,-IdorL, plurilyu .'. U I IL,nc Jlm- ;I)w',I weli:l _uthrlun,i.. 'rhe Su ~ ulrlf .la¢d m le sl htnl ut ihu NA]G y;athel'nlg ,,.;re lr al,r~nr,,.=1,;: lo,enh r. CYc. A11 ., Jack Sanu, u .fxok Stn 111, S J Goldl:rl;, Al Yvuv- _. Eddia H> . avi F. 9. )IUrnc~. Buak in the "horseless carriage" dayv KrzndVe s;ecte 11111 to hezvy Clgzrv. In thlu vloderr, streamQned uge tnoet n n yrefcr u liyhter emoke. Surh lu z 1, Pxliua! LVo, made with milder naturally cured tobaccos, La Palina ie wonder- fully IiKhq yel more s.dlsfyiny. \bur flret pu1T will tell yau It's juett riyht! Ycu e eord.lly nvited lo d... . lor . i.i ..ItL the L,, Veln- buye .t5ulte 116-11], ~ tL. Clartd¢e Hutet Atl-Je City. Aleo ree our Exhibit Buoth LA PAL!NA Milder and lighter /ar the modern taste ~'! I Ideels IOc-PoneteIU IOo-Sencl- ]/25c_mu6^elio 15c-Corona 3/50c sy683431
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March 16, 1953 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL 53 I CONSTANTINO GONZALEZ Y CIA.. S. en C. Packers. Strippers and Exporters of Havane Tobacco M.le Offie., 1052 P.dre Varda Str.a Onminiau Republie OS:- N.. Yert OOie., ]Y W W Sv.., P. O. Ba. 649. Hara.e, C.b. Km. I Carree.r. LaN rve Pbuee~ Dlrby 1-395158 C.ble Addr..n TiuulucaJ S.etlapa d. Iw Cabdlew. Canaddan Jobber Credited TEXAS REVENUE DOWN With Aiding Tax Reduction AUSTIN, TEXAS, Tae,dn,-/e...e .lamee, Texas nLatc rcrenae trea.tl CaNCOCVP:R. B. C., Tued, - .t ,cyo,6- a ral uf &?,6IAi5d i el5m ,.,L::,nllal .-h , R Ihe ..edlt 6:r Ihe eltc n. eNl". fmFebrr af ..enl Cr. . budeut ror. I/r' Ih', haP of SIlAS.I frm ,u H. AAI Lt<I., rl h U.. al.,Id-al'hu- Ic-sh.nd.eItnytlmkux;n n ;ettm' v:ny I: Ihe.l... ri,( - r°° VI' I -` Wesf Virginia Lists Tax I i, na tm hy 11 I i. 11 ..I. I' Il.~_ .... rvi61e :.:ect ufii. -uatt1ce1 tI... ,1 . ,A_. ,um~ay ~nlz. :o. ~' d. rtlli t t i 'y ulh.cli, t4rlhl n.unr m~nth uf 11,52, Elmer C. Henlein Dead; Ciry arette Stock Stolen a ~ mhy ~rA'.I Li1~y'hfimdi. r r:u!'_ H 1 i.. I cµ41w td F'eneral At -I . t" I " I 'L I L, Vul " ol thu Llmc Ur::g Co. relail tnc II i ft nf ~fe ro,i F106 peukaKe~ ~f eiM'nrettcr. nUc[ handlinK Lubunv ~uJ ol- an'1 11.000 I In~dtt th-o'dtl t .,I. , t., n-d L_t:,.Lu.h„ at Cn .Im>. Cuban Tnb. Co. Earnings pltal, he _ H, a. nV ,.- .e of aal-. Uohan Tohneo Cn, [nc.. antl xohcldb 11r. IIoW,i ad buc ~• lamd with .: - wryorLedcfor thc .e cmded Ue - :hc drug e. +u: e IVA~. ] .] a .ved nnLer 81, 1462 a t pioflt of yl'S1; i. I om:eu . e v pr aident and gcre el lflB, oul to $11.09 a Yrufe,red shai uy . e. ¢m u ntil h. Llrme pre.ldent in Th-, om par es with SLY5,91if, or .~11: IB~nr.u el ner share, in 1951. <INCiv\4Tl OILn Tn:edav-P:I- cwueilCo., ai nrnl a[ 1558 D Dow Drug Co. President ST. 1,o]IIS. MO., Tueemiy-cc-n"~al , HMxneln 'rnhauv R'arenn¢+r ,uld hniid a addirnnal rev n , of~don~ nnnre. F.wiiwin Ihu w eA, Llh,.rly and Oarolina N'areno,acs n.Wt klown plune tn build t.cn nddiiionai au ~ -u.~~~ to L. u_.td o p v m.e tl Ililvon & RiKRIo advertisink nguneg. Cll'I'ED Sr.4'iFG TOBACCO lOUR- NAI, in the foremust NEWSPAPER in tlie lebaecu nnd allied fieldw CUETO. TORANO y CIA. WE SPECIALIZE IN TH8 FINEST PARTIDO AND V[R6[.TA ARAJO TOBACCOS EtreE. 1074109 Cable: ^MOCDO" Hab.ne, Cub. ~~~Gfi%ZCI9 DEALKItS - 1'.1CKF:ILS HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO f.`t FOIttETRlI I INC111.4 EXPORTERS OF _:hr lle~ :~:dgn:e:te Ihe X2,SLL?,a0tl collecteu fu: Ine ..un~ AMISTAD y BARCELONA Cable and Telegraph: "PARRA" HAVANA, CUBA Pollack & Company Exporters of leaf Tobacco S.. C.do. r P.n.l.er St.. Cable, Pdl.ek Ha.aue, C.ba TORANO y CIA. DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO O.r .wsidts -iida. v.dte Aban aad Paetide. E.t..ua 157-161 Cebl.. 'TORANOCO;' H..ee. Induatrin 470 (P. 0. Box 495) Habana, Cuha Cabl., ANTERO H. DUYS & CO. HAVANA TOBACCO St A. PACKERS AND EXPORTERS OF HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO CARLOS III No. 505 HAVANA, CUBA l..a R. DI.meN~'~~~~ Rw.de P.r.+ J. B. D,IAZ & CO., ~. en C. Eaabtf.bed tBTf DEALERS. PACKERS,STRIPPERS AND EXPORTERS OF ,~ HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO Ceblei 'ZJdcump' Pasco de Marti (Prado) 615-HAVANA. CUBA SOBRINOS de A. GONZALEZ HAVANA AND SANTO DOMINGO LEAF DEALERS New York Office: SANFORD GARDNEIt 102 Glaiden 1.ne Pbue., WHLLd.JI 3-5393 58S83439 Lumberton Warehouses RiGGIO COt LAUNCHES ansion Pro rams In Ex p g NEW FILTER CIGARETTE 1 UNIHF.N'I'ON, N. C.,'1'ue,.dsy-.4c- rorSmK to oBlcial a ent by the i'r B Au~l J1cR2uh. r1dY SHO12F. N. Y., f.day-In- nn an1 Alu ICnlax . O-s'. War..huar+. tdmL, f , Nl.. 'a' q :n u LL \ ]b k t hl ,.III bnlld a third toDara, a Icuon Ynor u au r ~~e vpo an , :ndm b t6 IiI u~Tnha an fnr t 1953 :ulllny . y : e KK~ y ~ M Rl,l,:.uldth Iuuld4tlL k ll R 4C ,, I'~lu L. u n C .. F: n .onrcd todxy v tw . He added that ~ . . wor/: on rnu proiecthad ahead5 slI-- Thc n o' ltieiia ln;md i< valletl All- ' "^ ° I In anlri f--;r ~ Flv.,' anA le lho firm s ruet n u-kine - i I x li . add the ].u lel lueu ] I aud I gaard of 1'rade. th star a d :2 non hlt I 1 andk ' " I]' _ af t . t Lat<I ll mtlon:l d trihoaon z,d x n-hlI Ltlh .I't _IV, Ito Iatr i ho ' aldhmlai ehoranllr'u[hcUI Afmr tl. A..xl<rk u wk~t . . e tul : mbct of Lu •• lo ;99 ,Ath um nuc uutud, Wi WanJ wlll mnLu ttx d . u` f t:~~ . [,I I::I, L I I d q r n If ,I ~ : I ..I . I . I . A . li 1,I dl yem o d that tn
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34 LJNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL 6larch ]6. 1953 NS-NM-BD growing Growing GROWING in POPULARITY PARODI CIGARS have taken their place among the top-scllink cigars. PARODI has .von its place on this pinnacle through Increased Advertising Extensive Merchandising Continued High Quality PARODI -the only cigar of its type on the market today that's NOT STRONG-(NS) NOT MILD-(NM) BUT DIFFERENT-(BD) That's why PAItODI has won the title: "The Cosmopolitan Srrsake" They're buyin' 'em by the fistful! e PARODI CIGAR COMPANY OF NEW YORK NS-NM-BD 1YAMERICAN° OFFICIALS TO ATTEND NATD SHOW Th.nmerl.an TW,a.m G,_ wbi:L . ./r~nnns 1, nr..vlous , . L,. It. < .~„t > tltln In _,- <ell~e ee i i , lh.- Intlioal aLLmtd61A' "~Ill L. Ilu- uI mYar.y I,t I ~lal c mt'1'ueeJap, Nnrch 1], al~the Clarhltre 6oaa. „hurv tbl ,tar.v m tnu '.Hlt Pmxde," U,e . unpanv's pupWmSaturrlaY nrpht TV nl'llCt„nt, u'ill put ,fra , a:CU tu G:ao P. St. ~ Patda~- Nalm, p,e±tdmll of the enm- _ paro II I,oad :M1e tonlywly'. lu1KI, at vh., c entim,, whieh uif. . ~d. bu toqovblr otnrr a I I.uer<n,n.,i: E. A. Hn,. ,tie:. F. F. A1- I. t'- .C. tt•hcl:,n. .I. A. Ita„v,~. InmI s, A. Harn., C. 'I'. tited- I II- W,ce,, IA tl-O_-1,"l.. H. q. ' L q R, f,. 1.. A. L.n. ra u. 1) . L.'C.~m.~,s A-U. G.Jn1el, q. S PInr15-. PHILIP CROXTON DIES; Pr LORILIARD EX-AIDE 1'n,uxl t 'e, 11 Let Jtm/tlal n h <haIK+1H pex4hnrl Pn/.bYteuu:l C'nureh, Sau- Ymk, far Phirp Crvxlol I I 1 vrafHc I a- eer of thc P. Lm tu.d Ca., fiLacv:. prli_ i 1Iatofed . ,.1di.. x.. hf, at >, t;r, N. J.. td'er h Lhe ~~m¢ - . ~.. r. . ~.. ~_ c m :, . Y„rk ... .. ,umber ofxthc~ lue..i. du2 .,. .. ni tlw nld Ameri- hc di= ,n wluAia_ of Lhe Atv-urluaer 'fal.uuea Cn., he uent lo I'. 6nri1'.artl Cu. n. halhr mam;R°I, >uniny III pust ur.ti! hLs reGrea.ent in1043. Hh vil'e, hir.c Cu. -ude L. Gvsvml; a truther. V. W. Gaxtm,, und a sislrr. ]1,F. J_ tluntet scrIDling, r=.Irrh,. Tobacco Firms Big Buyers Of Time on Radio, TV Nets An, rimn Brondo„tlnr Co. repmlM recunHy Lhnt it:, nnttonnl radio n , ork txst yeaa sold $tqt'J,64P amth of nme to Phiifp Mords & Co. 6td. L,, _ a nlauu.nsa .rn,-.h of tilne t., r. l.nl L..,II. Co-, 6u ColmnbH. Broadra~Gng Svstcn 1912 sold nmmork tadio tinm vWmsl al ALR49,.5%6 m P. LmiI1wJ Cn. NeGVork teluvisfon snles hy ABC luv year indaded time wmah $1,0'22,5nfl taken 1.5 tT.e Lorillsu'd 8rrn. C. O. Kienbusch, Leaf Man, Back From Wisconsin Visit C. 0. Kicnhuxeh, prmnineut Icaf In- 6acm dealcr wlth heudguarterx la Ae.e Yolk, ren,rncd last week zRe,a briuf vilit to thc Wi.coosin cignt leaf Kr,Hr- ing at.a... ~ For Quality Pipe Cleaners : . . • Patented Tapered Duplex • Colored Twistoy • Oversi:.ed "B" • Gilco Regular 1. Gonzalez, Leaf Official, Completes Convalescence - Il,i I . ( _ )I.I pa, Fla. bef~ Hu- C~ flen h deo~. .. . I thc.wt~ .. Ym~ ut laxnt Gr. ~ a.:,... cutting. E. T. GILBERT MFG. CO. 228 Soukh Avenue Rochester 4, N. Y. ~~k In.,,mee., er . .. . 1ur a .I u-. _ . Imported BRIAR PIPES From $I to ;5 Write for Jobber Prices ALPHA MfOEINC PIPE CO. Y02-1 Pen aelrenla /n<. N~rokl,vn, 11. ,t„ne, Y~~a.y.een a-I):: Fe.. York OHic<I LEE MORRlS I13] Broad.ay, Na.. YurL for La Fendrich's popularity. Smokers say "La Fendrich's Gat It" because it combines 100 years of cigar making know-how with a blend of costly imported tobaccos. With precision air vent that does away with biting and Favorita 10, Club House 2 For 25c Ambassador 15r Sy68342.0
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58 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL CLASSIFIED SECTION ] LEAF MEN RECOMMEND March 16, ]958 I 1 ~ I 11. bloe mol,l' EPANS~~N ~NRESEARCH - Advertisemente In This Section" able ia Ad Are P ~ vance -_ ay WE BUY AND SELL ALL TOBAC- CO BY-PP.ODUCTS: Cutenge. Sirt- Icgq Dusea, et<. Send aempl.r Ov price quotstions. Any quantity, s where. HENRY A. FISCHEL, Inc., nB N. Brd St.. Philadelnhia 25. Pe. CORRESPONDENT wanted any se non of the e m t,} l.here o r paper :> nnt l'epresented. Applicnnts mny apply by nddressiny F.d tor, llNITEI1 STAT6S TOBACCO .]OGRNAL, 99 Hodmn Steeq Nuw York 13. N. Y- CLASSIF'IEI) RATES CABM RATES. CON56CVTIVE ISSUES I me.wr: s4rr c.n. v.r Lm. SAI.F.SJIAN, ecll jabbe:'s ernek FOIdSALE-Model D03 Aren:a Fur- Nxr.ionel 3 cignr; omnmisslnn; ad- netm. Exculleot r n~g cnnditlu~ e tcrritmv und follo'ing. P. 0. BargaSn. Addrexs Box 532, UNITED Box 5.5111,'qunpa. Fla. STA'Itr)S 106ACCO JOUItNAI.. CULIIMAN BROS., Inc. Growers and Packers of LEAF TOBACCO 161 FRONT STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. ADLER fr DOBKIN - Growao and Pachas - CONNECTICUT LEAF TOBACCO 216 HARTFORD ROAD MANCHESTER, CONN. E M. BEKKEDAL & COMPANY, INCORPORATED ~ WISCONSIN LEAF TOBACCO I WESTEY - WISCONSIN PETER P. MOKRZECKY & SONSe INC. Growers, Packere and Dealers in HAVANA SEED TOBACCOS Be. 192, 301 Ri..r Dr,.. OUR caamT +zA Noa6 HJI.r, M.... LOUIS GREENWALD CONNECTICUT SHADE GROWN TOBACCO a09a065iATE i17E6T YAiTPaiO i COMM. XL LID-HOLDER FOR CIGAR BOXES Ivean1a..-rW " Or.r ea.r .WYYr iewP...l-.ear 1Lur.11. LEO J. KELLEN e. O. 9u 102 ST. PETER. MINNBSOTA A. K. MANN, JR. D..ler ! P.ebr of PENNSYLVANIAe CONNECTICUT HAVANA SEED and BROAIILEAF TOBACCOS 341 HABRISbURG AVE L.ANCASTER PA. Commlttee Seeks Inquiry Into Uses for Tobacco, Better Growing, Soies. lGOntinucd from Pnge 3) upe .u I i 1_od ty the ndv!. ,.e I., I,e, ._.__ ........_ t .. .... ~ .~ . . , ee....npt the t f 1 . 941.-tb s I .cd A1 i A ~ ~ ea . c e ..s 1 A . ~ • tFe. ~ttC.,%. u 'iP•. ~ 6 . po:: Inr lulu Amnnu r. ~ mmendnt;m,>. , ernding the .. S, of f Co.. Hartford. I ~f ..mr,ua,. ~I 1he.Sgricul nInn, i. ~„_ mlttec- KUTINSKT & KLEBANe Inc. Packers of Connecticut Tobaccos 172 FRONT STREET NEW YORK CITY ELM LEAF TOBACCO CO. Intporter of HAVANA and PUERTO RICO Pactrr of CONNECTICUT TOBACCOS -1)0 Freet Street Tdi BOdi.r Gr.e. 9.5691 New Ycrk N. Y. W. L. EDWARD3, M.u.r.r ROBT. WARNER, A..t Mp. WINDSOR SHADE TOBACCO CO. Growers and Packers of CONNECTICUT SHADE TOBACCO 158 Woodland Street Hartford 3, Conn. HAMBURGER BROS. & CO., Inc. Importers of PUERTO RICO and HAVANA TOBACCO :BT•189-191 WATER STREET NEW YORK 38, N T Warelwaeea: Capnae. Utuado, San Lnrsnzo. Prerto Ricu FRIEND & COMPANY, INCORPORATED rre wATBR )9RR1T, NEIY YORK O.w~. ..d P.el,.rc I CONNECTLCUT AND HAVANA TOBACCO MINKOFF LEAF TOBACCO CO. IMPORTERS, PACKERS AND DEALERS IN Ald TYPES OF LEAF TOBACCO Aeevr.u., R.habla S.r.ice Gu.r.m..d 226-28-30 Grant Street Lancaster, Pa. THE TOBACCO TRADING CORP. All Nedc Keumckr-Teueeee=. A Virr:nia-C.rQl.c LEAF TOBACCO Louiaville, Ky. Richmond, Va., U. S. A. 5868344q
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50 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL Viarch 16, 1958 FLASH DRY SAMPLES TO DETERMINE FOR j i ALL TYPES OF SAMPLES FfBROdt • 6RAN4LAR lfq0/-RY87A -_qmmp_- SamPlks nf ynut n riale can be dricd and ucsocd fur n n- „nre of a fe~ m,.am,. Yor wiLL u vvdusble pnm Ing ,n,e. rednc reieeti"n., ;rnnSYnn prove pruduct qualiy, when You +ull a DIII'fERLlIFTlip1'I MOIS'ttiRF. TELIER. l'he m e~, , made in ezxa st~ ,efc and [est r- n0,e vll rcc6eck e aly ad,h ,be +zndard o .+(~Nu mrrarions ur rallbauom ae naasearl. ws(!e roalr fo NeL M.]r4R UEfuu CONTROL FOVIPMSNT 1~1 I I 14 ;U 9JID R051lRWN • USrRelr e. Mlfn. KENTUCKY DEMANDING «'°'so , °tt~;l,eeCOf',°~`~e~"PI'oa;r°t;~°, BOOST IN TAX STAMPS p Id ' h In la, pmt ma,kets fot n I lnted Stat,.= flue- ON CIGARETTE PRICING `nre'I '"I°ice". Heavy Penalties Fixed for Selling Cigarettes at New Higher I'riee TOBACCO TAX REPEAL R'ilhoul Added Ta, tra75nent. SOUGNT IN DELAWARE State Ollicial Warns Trade. DOVER. DF].., Tuex<hp-A bill W ' repeal llelaw ataco cieerete and YP.A.TAt'OIiT, Ii ciewtnxuawaseinbvducedlnlheStaee VVarninK RentuclrY r'etnilern rmt to enll Legiylv(me Inst week Ey ReN'ezcntn. cigarettes for m c than 22 cents a-,ive Jamen R. @ulgle„ n Nr~. Ca+tle pnckoge wiUn,ut nrat muking sure ea;h pem rnt yackaev Ire a s-c;-nL ntute tam .vmIP. qn tu b Innt clevtlun b.;th p;u-ly PlatKenzuvlay Revunue Co;nmineloncrItuL- advocr;led n redvetinn of b,xen" e;e I1. .a0phin tidJ le+l , eek [hnl 'nt• nid In oH'er:nu the ;. "Wilh ;epalUU . hndfotnd ' +-u Ih;u. JmuKht i ind I LuKden.e m 1"- L~tioni' uf the etate elga;x¢e o a law. p.nduoe this hilL' When lu e n =aes wc- tmnuunced A hill intradured ea , the Del- Ly rig.mtte, uufactm~ern afte- thc , e Legivlatore byRopeesentnlive lifling of federal n price ront,vls on ta- Olen SV. Lowe, Lamel Ue,noazt. noald Locro product.. Mr. Allphln aaid that, i.eh,,~rl nhe tax on ciyacr bul leave thc ,; mo>1 c: s whel'e tLu priee per Puak- ciKnretlo levy i eRecL 'I'he dgareqe cra has Ireen ,,sed, ;,n additionnl 1- , mpo<_e;l at the tate- of 2 a.~nts a nt Re,vneky tl,rs +t;u;;n nlnn mtl,t he ,'k nf ,o, ha. I.;wn in erzeet-+;nce ]Wp ;u6xcrl. I, IUJJ. Pointine ~iu, that Kcntueky Intc L pnse+ a pemJ;y nn am'nne selling uo- UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOUR. dernumped clgareRen, Cnmmi,.nianer NAL Is the fovemwt NENBPAI'Eit In AIIPhIn vaid sueh viulxtm. ;ne sl:blect Ihe lubeccu end allied Relde. +u Paymant uf double the ndditional b;.e duc un;l may be reqaired "Ixo m huy u g:!5 whulc.aler's li.ensel tx+id K. Wnikeq itrecmr of ev ... laa= In the .t"t+. ruvenae depavtment, .;ud comi;luint> hud Leen arrlvlnq from x thrncFbnut the smte. A ty- pio,l viulution, he aald. -selling a pupuler Lrand n ciKnrettee fm"L5 cenl> ,ith , v _ tom tate t„e aaml, uIB: lie-l ;rky Lu rcquue+ pW ent af : Lcenneipa;.et•w la. fm cauhldime n[ [ha retuil wlling nrler or fractloo there- „r- Therernre if [h,• ret,dl prlee nf a raKe of clRm'eue. ceclusive of Fe,, .. • Rrcaa.r thun 20 <'mts, : stamp i -erlnired, This pntn etad nrieC ahuve 2:$ te"I.. GOVERNMENT TO STUDY LEAF EXPORT MARKETS R'ASIUNC'1'ON, D. C.Tuesday- Tle Unlled Stotes Departn;eot of ARrI- .nlture anno,;ced todaY that it i, he- R~i„nina aawn>' nf eonmtion, in an, nnr Ra>t. Afrlc-a ;md EuroPe (hut adect, m' ,e Illenly n, nRecL U;e rnien nr Uniled . , Ds II -1 1 II ~ r: n xi i. t to th T b t"rt I.ara- ;rF n 1 - tcr t 1' I mub ~ me nue ed pots, th lepattmeot -- e„ding ceur8e. W. rhm» zs, ]r., lrv I la~ co n;urkeling nVerialie4 uf the OPoce uf Fmzlgn Agri vll,unl Rdation,, to thcee farelgn n ,r to nmke the stvdy Ii;runEh mm-hanl uh-er.alion. He wm le; re nhnnc Murrh Id. >L.. Thonws will vl.h thc I'hilippinr Lepubliq Fmmaeu, tndonesu, Indm rhina. Thailand, Indlb, Pakistxn, the Union nf South Afrlca, the Uuld Ooast. PartuKal, Y'rnnne and the Lnrted Hinu- dmn. Ile wil] confcr wllh lor.ul govurnmcnt CEDAR PRODUCTS CO. saunmhce ma L.ke Ronkovkom., N. Y. Cedar Can Linings Cedar Cigar Wraps Cedar Flaps W. G. Leonard Appointed AMF Unit Vice President R'arren C. Len„ard has heen ulect- e;l vlce PTesident. 4cneral mtmagm' anA u direetar af Stnrling Engincering Co., a .+ubsldiary of the Ameiean }lachinc & Foundry Co-, eguipment =unplie,' tc the tobaceo m,d allied trades. Mr. Leorard n,'eviously w- asia- nnt e e presldent lu cherge ufeuKr mu'mg. Fair Trade Attacked SANTA Pk. N. M.. Tuesday -A blll Inpvdaced in Ihe Ne,v Mesiro Lee_isla- F,Ire last ,aeek ,vo'vld repeai the etate gene'ul fzir hade act of 1935 and the 1NAH riyaretW L,ir trnde aut. The blll islinted ax Selule Bill No. 268 MERICAN SUMATRA TOBACCO CORPORATION NEW YORK c>2Q~-UQaP/E.T Qi/2CC G/(Lri~fl~ of CONNECTICUT VALLEY SHADE-GROWN WRAPPERS FLORIDA AND GEORGIA SHADE-GROWN WRAPPERS 6, 1cclo'tci.ad+%~ yl-o2 Jiiwi 2wal 68683436
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A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR ALL TOBACCO AND ALLIED BUSINESSMEN Vol. 1 59-No. 1 1 LEAF MEN ADVISE RISE IN RESEARCH TO HELP INDUSTRY Committee Seeks Inquiry Into Uses for Tobacco, Better Growing, Sales. W.SSHISGTON, lu. C., Wednorday - Rxpanded reseweh into leaf tobne- eu qw.Hty in,prnv.rnenr dl.ease reaist- anre and lltiliu,tinn faclors w aracd hy tho Tahaceo Reeearch ,ldvlsor,- Coa,- mhtee at i4 reeent annenl meeting ho~ It x cd here tnday 'ny . . vhe Unimd 5[nmv Deparvment of Agri- ,t u.deh xp .., -iip thee v.afo I, aLL,. Vtajor elrnent.v in the c virteeS ,rrlnnu,la[ou,h,Au iudn'? De patnein .eal.d e, flrth,rstud- e:t of the 1 ' F p At . ef c' o± bles t t 1a, and an mqu y 'ilo tne po-ib-I't.v of -vaki,g leaf UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL SEVENTY-NINE YEARS OF WEEKLY NEWS IN THE TOBACCO TRADE NEW YORK, MARCH 16, 1953 PerYear-$6.00 Scan New Trends in Marketing At 21st Annual NATD Session Henry Leonard & Thomas *NEW RECORD SET Buys Dr. Grabow Assets . S 0 Greensboro, N. C., Pine Manufacturer Reveals Acquisition of Brands, Inventory, Equipment of Big Chicago Firm; HLT Also Takes Over Continental Briar Pipe Co. Line. A 12, 00 ATTEND JOBBER MEETINGS 7t -- I Atlantic City, N. J., Scene GRFR\SBORO A C. Tued y I wnr of HIT, preni t' n of Di. Cbvr Of Large Convention and He r L d& Thon.. I p pe ', bo+v I tf Iy:t pl t- ,r eunr. with heairvnte„ In this TI He , Lr,na d& TI,i»,r, ,me- I Merchandise Exhibition• n c tv a n neM t,dnv Iht o,mplcte pln~ al+lr wdl bc nug m t d I y- m~ er,.l f'dcse oY+~ the b,md, ,nventury and thenen xho havc rl L d thc 0 ~i aloic :Inn ]1... f ,,. .qu'pue,l ,f IlGr b..w Pipe Co of tineul I BInr fl•m II raagha«1 th. ,nA . .... . I. ,, • Ch' ago, 111. t u t I hI i`. I ill co ll 1 .. I 1 rovd Hem Lea~ard & fhanms alw d,e the a n b, ri ory m I Sm Coh r ~ 7 Il tie, pl w,ll pawmpata elosed ,IS euq,isltion of,he Roynl Duke, urkethig i. , 0 Iure. more elliuiant I Duke of Dundes and Honeydew pipe end le,, -;Iy. hrm,da formerly mede i, Continental Repeuti.,, several , ,mend.tons i . Briaa Pipe Ca f Brooklyn, N. Y. 'r ,ga. and adding uther sug- I The Continental &'iar mmpimy is „e- ., .,.ory e mittee e- tiring f,om the pipe m,ufacturinF wha x,ll h,ve char¢e uf nidwe,ct r in the wetl ImY ilrl "nmingof age" sales, enjoy exleveice followinga nll I nnivcrnrc mn.en.un nf the National through tGen a "T h .xred the 1'd`.ion of hve ~~ fhr+ c+ A'AI'D (o.rnfion P~~+ aur , famons birnd> ta nM1endve.l-. > Plvy.'nm x,m 15 o+ P,rp+ I ojMi.t km n line anA nlao m huvc s vad :hu ~ ~xxu+ ,f firc "T1,Dora, .o,, no7." _ .1 ' at the p,ug,e5, of hmine" buc will tontinue prolucti+n I:e vi.d three n h I icg,co a.. nt r, h projcus •mt nd cnted of Pma Smnke cigarette hulde,a, for . the aol ty , oun txn I' g Pir,..'de.n ~ . ' e'.t with I wiuato s whieh Hemy Lennard i Thmnaswlll la ' i= v v g,atifying t ," denlz d Its disant nthcr ztudfee, eepecfally *.Karding the selling agent I{enrv J. Lavietex, preiden: of Hevy otlllauti„n of ton,iecn. Eanblishmenl of For the neat fetc monlhs, Dr. G,vbaw Leownl ,F Thomns. 1,g.f the tl," trlc w,r re 1 1 I hP . t, 'll I d 4 Cli Rh h It II t Spot ende I f' nm,'att governmenc ~ g t,.+ld. 'N C. f'r' th I I"'t' c f n de at , n D- 6 a P p C „I, bc I lure 1 p n_ a I I 1 I f h Fede,al aat.,nd -,d ,l:) do-opur-i r-illaty of Plenry Lea,ard & Th,m fntuta We ae jnet fni:hir/, .he co d H,rl 91 pl ptesulen ~t,ctlon f ' and I.ld' g whwh i CGntlnued n Page 58) ~ t d anlen nannee, R thc badho+' fiv II dd .u..t,ni-all t nu nlrv,rly Cigarette Boost Issued in Jersey State Orders Increase in Minimum Price Levels - Trade Orders Protected. wiil continue a, the ssbsidiary's vlce - prexident and w,ll dire,a ;he dnvelow tCentlnued nn Pnee 5.. CIGARS, CIGARETTES SHOW SALES RISE FOR 7 MONTHS Federal Excise Tax Stamp Data Reflect Industry Gains - Vcu.:lic. :f Tob+ D.t,ibltm. .le a_ rt 4th,mr o Cityc N. J. now lu ~.ed ta help the natiun'e whole~ sa:e mtnern aixvlbutors cnplta:iae "the awing to ,hv independent retul ..k . a k f , t -:, ent f g a IL , `t- d, +c wltl prot id« O,e c,n, .:r for a' Rr- ICr,i m,.1 m Page z61 Delay Predicted For Excise Cuts Dip in All Tobacco Levies, Cigarette Differentials Snuff, Smoking and Chewing Tobaccos Decline Again; I Slowed by Tax Dispute. TRSnroN, c. J., Tne,day-An im-j January's Figures Show Downward Trend in Volume. d[, . of t yct pack m ~- tl - t 1g tl p' n W ASHINGTOh D C R I d y I alo,e i o tl the . hc J,+y l dI tod y by tlc I 51 f 8 nl ...... 'tte Ithe ntl .f 111 ld' t I 1 1' e, f tatc ''g tt t 1 e which dd n,t m th of th fi.: + ,h i pe t f th liven Ler= th n mxealtha u,fa,r ~ 1.1 y ha e t ta tally I g I Vo, fz, ett I a 1 p cua clto xa les~at~ e, than tho.-e of th,. cornaPO d'ng pr . I fo s„arc and n: p.r cnl r 'fak,ng olteal rngfzxn f che rl. rmd a ye.,r eall v fede al ue t -„kine ai d chcx r6 l tr . cafaecure p,es af I stan,p hgures showed today. The evcnnoneh t t, t P~µ [ f dfral ce,Gngs wcle r d from I Tax stamp sales data coml 1 d by , g'% ua, 4558,125,0,1 p 102 all wbacoo products AmoTilton, haad ~ the Irternel Revenne Bureau nd in ~2+2,1J0 or 302 pet cent, from th uf e1,e state agency, seid thet the mini- n prScea fm' cigarettes selling at r otail in New Jer.uy had bcen advanced f.a,n the former 21 cents per pack and paciod of the prev,ou=- taea }eat. 1,e cnt fiscal year's lotal was brokon down as tollows: n S'?.p6 per carton to 22 cents per pack I y.es g per ceut higher than duving the Class A - 19,366,262, which 1- .49 and $] 1l Ir ' t. . I c eal period of the pte..edmg fiscal per c t of th ma ket p 4,135,65G. The rtat 'g ' t tax of iLr per y.,C,g ettes we,c up nes,l 1 p ~ 31 90 p . t f th nhle hs pacl. ,emu , un hm,gad -t wus polnt rent In thc sene months, whil . H a1 p' d. 13.2110,596, h.I.- ',tfl e,l out by 9f rT Iv n decGned sliqMly mo,e thnn I tv. el e~ 1 er t. t of th natket Although the official order ,n slnX and xmoking end chew„g tobacco suf Cla s B 1a8,640,4,] whiah v,= 3 - fered a b per cent decrease. (Continued an Psge 51) ~ Exciae ta. stamp sales in January I ICantinued on Pvgc 01 terpreted by the Tobacco Merchants° 18,453,853,903 reported for the mmilar 1 '1 Assaeietlon indicated that, in the sev- cn months from •luly 1, 1932 through nuary 31 of thix veaq ciger volume J -- I wASHIl:GTOx, D. C, Thnisday- I A p 11 d th h 1 g, a ec i tt '- d tP r f 1, h I d I Afah 0 w, and Wu f h H f 12 ......... ~ as indlatcd here to i I fi. .. 4 f,o, ~' a l I~ db C y I o g n 0 C Th' c i t, K p bl hm- eve, thnt the tax ,tlne House com- nfttee Iale nexl a erh or early in May will begin c nslderation of the excise tax =uvc[nro in genenq and of tuhar u levies in parl.icular, with speolal refe,eneu to the c ent $4 per 1,000 cigarette rate which i slated for r " n to $3 0 of An 1] 1954. 11 • spl g- ',tt -t ~ pP sed by R P e. t t R Ir d n.. I Sunpsan.n of Penncyl zniz. a. a mcan> (Continaed on I'agu 65) ssss33ss
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UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOI:RNAL :i7urch 16, 1953 BRITISH RETAILERS ABANDON CURB ON NEW IINES ,'"<<.1:°°. °;`,I,I. I„° ;°' `~• Thl' PREVIOUSLY IMPOSED TO BOOST PROfIT MARGINS Po-. •.ohacc. ~evca,lrr= h.w =nd: > ~. 1 ~- czn . e _IAbur t•:h,.n nc _ urT x tc' ~ rvwnl c. xtd I--t h ce n:,ill I 1 odcuv. 1 .1 in r np i L , th e pyc. lEl 11 'l.elher the I p[u•tileil' in f 11, z>. Ln I ¢N u[he nidd IPUI enlu: `Innc ;hat.ehen t6u r . Nalimlal Organizalion I'uts Decision in Hands ot' lndi••Idual Dealet'- "c" ~~'e nnl respoll>ild,• 61~L,< Unill-d Kingdnnt tu ReduCe'.i3 lmporla nf Leaf From Canada - °le''" Cu» m Lhlnk uf It, ee h:weli t+.:u. Hapmxrket Firm I'inJa TamPer 3luulds, Issues Altruclice Line. Ihe.I aoxoll_ ,n the lorv! feI ~1 1 I O,~m I .'tnl 3 I . t lY , .t.sul cvill lu ~tudnd > lbl 'Yllrette k e 11 . ,_.. ..._...- ~ ... 1 0., „~~,nrh...,...d. .,,...in.lc..., didnt~.eewhxlhe -n i h. ,.I~ta1L I cd 1 I1. lnl . 1 '._ImUI .1 he: . Id-n l. c. t e I C~" t. ' ll e i, ie tlc m. hv. I. ] I 1 zJe II IL he:,1 tt A i - m I:~~ .~de tl L . ~id-.l IE:It [h I' - .. _ ..mL f I Jann illl~~ tl'Ir:;. i J It nr.nu 1.wt~ t I U.o'. U t 1-I Ui. .I :y I I 'od 11 1 tl, n . v.ull I~ I iie a~ f1:ILt Ir •cled at rl _+eL t1f t' e I''u .. .', I)- 1:ntelon. TFt G thz fhinl ,,..ntml , . : '-he di is oI mxke it ._ rRcrtth tlplevwur in 111 ~. d Ib G Oi'u e .eut:ctttetP>vlch l .~nl11'lll.~ nati.mal -nJwdl._ .i~~v ~~ et We, On iJl Ilu-, detul> '-h•. p_ .I b_ Irruc, it due ~ CHEROKEE Pure Cigar Clippings Weiserk Bros. To6acco Co. c t~Is t ly~ f I' I th "' - , ' F I1e ` . 1 L - yt I I h. ..h t hnp 1~ t 1"1. , whe: 1 1 tl 1- Itl l 1+nln.n}:I[wtc_.:.I w hII t1 II, u1: d I.tbc I. 11.k .~ II t I Ir l m ll cl htm cc }il Ihe dd Ilut ~ erl f t d 1 'itunry~~~lkbere thal v 1 - ele r~ e d 'I I I -I I:u~a = . •, ~~t- 'nth 1 , el I 4 - tl c~ fol- I u ~n 1 -n th. y ~~~~~ ..nd ~•f t ' t- I . fnxl I k~. . ~ I ,I, I ~~ , _ ~ I lh nd t tl . tl P I I I1, u 1. 1t' pr I.luv_ n 4 _toh Ih - e Ilr.-0 I'I II I Id I I rl 1eh 1 I- ••~n I tl.n.II 1 1 I 1 v I III u nll I lu~l I m wh 1 .. I I 1 t -uab 1 -I , "I I 1 . I.ine ' ~ .' h nho ., . .,. I I u l h .evx ~.nt ,. .. ~1 Ilt e , . . _ ~ I , ~. . I plrvi.iIX I I n t - l _ _ i - 1 o -hua¢I le >.. t II .eu F.C9 I .- 19 .l i. I 1 9 m¢ 11, ... ul lu :c sfurcd t. tb. I, t.d ~, wllile. ' nebt nn poPdcvr a. "I'lelmc dI nut uekrm' crcdit u_ reftnall n cf fe - nd'u•.WC in nol o. V- cc1.~'~ I:1 "t/l /.n ~u hu~ ~ d thc I,c,_' c. pL ~m~h n .> I~. t Iai Ihc IM1.-%I' I pvu. I' c r;7.JIe1tIB11tiInInnfk vIIn I lull. de .t Il,ldl:l tc:~lllllyl lu,.l.t. a\h'. : h:1 . ,I It Iinrl . . ah< Ih 111 I el-: In: f Ibc I ILI , I. -~ . . . . . . , dil I . .e mbul 1. Ii ituu I . .• I. lM1~ t I.P....It' UI :~. , t'a . , . I I x'tl. tud nl ,._cn unn. .nd ~c ' 1 tl t woull I nl •nc:. tl Io..:Ln~nt c~nl .h t'unt tllanilr t ulheieoe 1t i• H•tvl etudlae indlluIhnl ,e.e>Inr I tflI ,n I II -11 If u.t =' nlrl '~ -~I 1'.PI : -I~cl 't' Yn- 1 IK. Ih .tllf4 UNI'IFU STn'I'L'. '1't)IIACt'll F., a:d Ic1l, tinE : n ilplnc •t- - I rt mg in thln cun I e thl, tlndng JUURNAL nmmu na the InrKeal .Ian Allenf n, e e:I en f,'hl u1d nut dcnr Ih w1;, 'aRo =nle-- ol reportere aad rt a nrrmnnndenl. {;u : th: : le'1 . hVkurD~ 1' t tt 1>' ' f' nfiaeinrz t.Ient ~ Id- n( anY trade publkat an in ihe tob.ew veI Iy the :114m lf y nt +u ' t'cu1ly;JetI. vill hncevw,.n.lli•d rrxd..e dili s~E unh SALES ARE SHOOTING UP ALL ACROSS THE NATION! Replina of a mad sign, overall heigM 10 leel- One nl Ibe mediums used in adrettising... BWe Ribbon Yagars- Stock 'em-Display 'em! Sell 'em! NOT ONE PENNY MORE THAN ORDINARY SIZE CIGARETTESI I -ta , . . ~ IK rl H ~ c:n I I . .. ~1~ n ly..t : e e t.• rt t~ ti, l: I. cl enhe le th.t lb:L 6868a-122
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March 16, 1953 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL ALL-TIME PRICE PEAK 9 r quality mxrke""g, of thl„ leaf ACHIEVED IN AUCTIONS xnd lugs. A few grsde= e , ncd vhanged. OF WESTERN DISTRICT ;a~nmwndat,p; r: ;a lCor~o,at,an ,nan Fire-cured Type Average (limbed During Recently-ended Season; Grade Price Declines Failed to Hall General Upw'ard Tendency LEXINGTON, KY., Tuesda} -.an all-cime r cord Neneral ae lugc pdm w achievcA during [he r ent R'e,eu 11.1 Distdct fire-cured ta". ctlmt lm t w= re- -ia n for the 195'3 cropls au c t paiw.I hvrc today by thr Fcdural Ywtr Nvi" r Newa Scrvi.c. The reporting agency nmed that the ord a ragc wa. eachr+l deeplto ref lo~ pr c foi . 4rode, i u, r pnviaon with sales of the :ISI ~cop. Weetevn Dintricc fire-cmed snles uf Ip,Jl.i 4'> I h raR d$34 .I-: hurdizd..e'ght, 31 cenlv .n tsce,s of the previoos rerord, set by tF.e proeed. Sng year'e auetior.s ef' the Ihvl c, vnds n. . Tolume i . • -a IGO.WU pn the precedings wd n bne w -.he G.ird smallest o rcmd ,climra. estimated300,0,10 putmds vere sold on the farm~ Average prices derlined fuu mme than two-third.- of thc g,ades. De- . aswere mainly 50 eonts to $2.50 perlmndredwciyht. Arovnd ono-fiftt uf the offerings showed smsll gains- 0 950d a eumn Vm $150. . n n o sti ost I nstnnee. ' Inuexeus w c[eeyuent fmbeL thnae fur the 1951 u'op. ffio+: gradee ged $1 to $7 abu.e the,r ,espe Gvera advance ratee. A lalge n mber uf m.diwn quali:y thin leaf nnd Icgs w e $4 to $7 hiyher. lteceipts of the Western nark-Firod Tobacco Growers' Assncistion under the ¢nvefnnunt loan program o unt- ad to 1,264,'91 pounds, fnr an evaage of $29.52 per hundred. The.a de- liverlu, reprcecnted Il.O pcr cent of thn hro se, at suetiwi, amnDard with YA~ W pCr cent in the preceding vcGood to uhoice quulity offaeings i- sud i, percentage. Moat of [he g;i n„ n heuvy mid thi, Icnf. Thc propnrLm,~of n xcd and dark lnLacco decruaxerl and there werc more g,v~en I.. . lo..l L. tl 1,: P~m cpel wclcd c nsisted nf £air to nne heavy la•af, law to aood lugs, fair nnd tood lLln Icaf and nundcnmipt. The markets epened .Inrmmy 12 and ul..ed Pe',1 27. The nomlisr of sal,, dsri wa ch : Il=sc ua reima In the preced eg year, sales Legan m Ja,mary 7 and ended on Febmmy 21 WOLF BROS. Rum Soaleed C R O O K S Wine Dipped VISIT US AT BOOTHS 648-649 NATD CONVENTION, ATLANTIC CITY WOLF BROS. & CO. RED LION, PA. I EASTERN DISTRICT LEAF SELLS AT LOWER LEYEL I.F.XING'PON, KY., Tueaday-De- .,ing volume und quality of offerings .,ld I<wur gmde p9ce= produced a gen- erul dearea.e in the Ezslern Distdet Ih"med tohaccu murket lee'el at last eek's auctluns, lhe United States, Aentucky and Tenncsaee Departments nf Agriculture said here todny. La^ week5 gross s:de.a of 1,9RA,sutl CAITEI) ST,YIE6'l'0n.4CC0 JOC1t- FdL is the fnremasl NElV51'AI'EK in the tobacuo und allied fields. Fx; 2a kI 49 po,.dr ~ - ge f $9509 p r hm,d,ed ght .p-- t d d h, of 1 v50,naJ Potn hn v0lume and £1. :i 1 .ruge trom the preceding week'= lev~ el. as appcox!inutcly 95 pei eent of the vulume a•ent under federal priee sapport iu2n, n omDarian with 20 per i cent for tne...... u tar. Eustt n Di.rtr ct sales thraugh laa Friday to-wled '32•66&290 pouvds at a 53n "t x eraga The ~eason closec la>t Thmeday at Haldkinsville• Ky., Spring- 9eld, Tenn., will shut down tomnrro.v nnd Clarksville, Tenrn. will sell ocly three days this wvek. U H ~ Jl GAAO Os' 1LaPi SU' 1l CS~- - W ENDURING FAVORITES Consumers, dealers and distributors all have a high regard for D. Emil Klein Company products. Haddon Hall, Nottingham and Emanelo are enduring favor- ites with mcn who appreciate cigar quality. D.' EMIL KLEIN CO., Inc. 460 FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 16, N. Y. .7(.dl1d091 .7L6LLL • ./I~I~il/~WIIt • CryfIl.27~ .•e, ~ tED 935 im illlll~ I b8683435
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Mal'ch 16, 1953 ARTICLE IN MAGAZINE CITES ACHIEVEMENTS OF TOP NATO OFFICIAL Jnseph Kaludny's Career aa Voice of Tnbacca Product Wholesaler Delineated in "People Today"; 1'ersnnal :lltrihutes Ue:cribed. A. of the specturular cu- nf lo cph Kolut anactng el. af Cne NuUonal Aseoelation af Tabuu.n Distribumrs, .:aa published I rent edition of the magae'me ~'POnple 'renay.'. 'fhtizuazirutirluc ibo dePae. ecl :ulled'I'renl._ :: linriewasjLorc tho heaiiine "ylr-.Au.wer Slan far're. Im.,n- u.d II ew. illu.v:eon nith .. UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL 9 Fodder for Anti-Tabacs . . . Irel:uul'n oldas eltieen, >Irs. RrldKet MaGnna6le. died recently at Mnllnhend. in tne RmewlJ Isle. Hr., meannagle, w'ha neoknd n0 vigaoettee daib~ mrtil shortl,v before her death, was 1114 > u- old last AuKaat. There is no desire to prapngan- dise in this reyurd, but wauld anyu e tu nmtch this recard u ngainmt the pocket mugaainer hnr~ ata9es about what a naking JoeI to one, interlor mcehanism9 CDNSOLIDATED CIGAR OFFICIALS TO ATTEND JOBBERS' CONCLAVE Sumuel J. Silbern:an, prcaidenl of Cee Cousolidted Cipar Cm'p., will head the vlgar mauufactm'Ing Brm's delega- 5o at the NATD e.a~mlqnn lu Atlm,- rlc Ciry. S. J-, axt n,cx. 1tr. SiILe, whn vlll address the Cigur WorkvhoP *e.1•ian a( che con- v Tues,W y moruLig n ' Whu: e unn eun t:y' the Tvrn, ~VlzrkeC^" IloWe M will remain at t:ce +hore renort for u few dnys is order to grect per'sonall; tbe compunY s distribcturs. He wlll 1:e ....... Danied bp' )trs. SilLmlnan. In udditian to lir. BII'ocrnwn, other cutive who will act as hoats to the dlstrihutors of Dutch ]lasnera and liai• a r'iP + ut tne compa ~ 't ,, Ronm-, llt-11J, at the IIotJ [Jautll., dude: Slauley S. Feyrei. exeeut.e . esident Duvid A. Jenks, uce ple¢~ Ilt 'ba,X of aale h -t a; A1uni. Ii I: v ce P d t . uharge of w•_ oast sales; Her- , Pelbu, . , pr..idun in zhnrgu ef pmrk~nsiny; A. H. 6er-man, t president i charge of produetlon; J.Robert Rayli„ ai v.e prosl- dent, John T lty d-' t r of 'a7 : F,ank S Wells weste'r ales na- get, Ray S'ak l sal ne n d 3 9 d Y}ed, d'rec ou o. ches. The c.pn,p.t II h.evc a hnye d a play h Eu,tl 698 54) and b1o b1f ph tngr I of \I' 1.'I d 1 K tll hev at the melth' dis. fa ' t'i 1'ct. . ,ayl'on \o.l, ad hip.^ Hall,feaqe,gadenonstlsuloeofma The st of Mr~ Koludnvs per- chine nranufacturing of rigarae nal heckground anil .tandrng in the -~-- ~°haeca products trade said: Murray Becker, Kaywoodie "Hle 6n't fam;l'ar lo the ge e ral pnbl . v t whatever Jo.ePh Ica Counsel, Heads Law Unit lodny tldaaya or dae, aMecta evory nerson in the eomttry. The selactinn of ]furray C. Reckcr, "Dubbed 111. Tnbuceu, KolodnY u geuer'sl cu .vel and a membe ' of Ihe yuir.ed rb Natwnal As>w'ntan of board aldlr.rtors (if the Haywaodle . i uL.. td iw e - Co, plPC nrf. e Y'e.{den' nu-'. e ~. hc ., .ed the sa of the NewYO k ll ' rsity Sehonl of Go. ,.... uf AVhulc:nl , ,d Law Alum : A-- u.m, une ec<c tl) . IL t : ho u d the To- e, ad bncuo Tax Le=.ateh COUneil e ed a its Meu Butke.r ix al,o ncUi'c , I l lee- prz,.ident; Ir.auacized the Whulesale thropic activities In ]lrooklyn, N. Y 'fxnP.e A I-. v(.m e ni.lee of the Cu n - - a Depaa^;ent'°nl ie It, eha'rma". Olin Eleets R. A. Ostber °From these posilinns IColodny wield? g h,mendous fnflucnce ove00 per cent EAST ALTON, ILL., Wednesday - of vhe tobacco wholes-aers in the caun- Ralph A. Oeeberg hes been elceled a try, who gro.ss $5,000.0110,000 an- vfce president far yroductian af 01111 ally; 2,ODD,000 tobteco farmers, 61 Industries, Inc., cellophane supplier to - the tobaaca trade, John M. Olin, presi- ICOntinned.an Page 52) dent, a Ouncod today. Chesterfield Stars to Visit NATD Atlantic City Parleys Members of Wholeaalers' Organization and Their Guests Again Will Be Entertained by Liggett &)1yers Luminaries Arthur Godfrey, I'crry Como, Jack Webb, Frank Parker and blariun Marlowe. Stan Rm.t Che.mr6dds at NATD Cnnrentiun I -tt & .11pc, 9nburcu Cc n eubee f vlfrep'a tlnt NATD nppes- nt .,I,,,..e tr.:l II ,e'nl hri .-. ~ t:1 le:i:eid at n.,, vnrl, i .- f' di'.e aod td I 11 ~nd I6e c al>o -II , call hi, - Al City, N. J. -:nd , ene w tl Ch , tcrlich'. uc k ~d the th, I:la of Ir I• -uus l'c s C n ,.nd B' .y Goeby nt .. l lo attend lhe .lntian:d Ihe Chicugo Ope~-:. Houze in 1060. Ae f]' UlarlbelTnuf: ' II I'sln.>radloand ...... n.un thla trt k. 'I'V' ,chd le fnn 51o,dac th,augt I-e p'eecnne ,t ll ,. i u d i rhurxda y v Sqn klin aev 1LOm the n le t. top lunk e F t t 1 ieil, CI leago ~. nart- ile 1)51 and 19h? pr .. Ihls re.u Nnt_- Pllol Cadfruy w,;l b a a +upPlemculed by e 1iul rPrum . .c h tdt'htdt rill be e dabontv thme v 1'rnm ]'ew ]'ork m Atlnntle City Inr thvse develoPedbtLiguett &\Syers seJl:uely after he goea od the air for ,r i p' t . e of the nuteon 1'Furvtnfleld ut 11:30 Thmsday morning mide jobbers' mgur.elaa li on,laal '. ion, .eccavdinu enther permittin¢l of course, m the c,mnan.= 'latenient. The p Iuhn.'.StJe G df' y." Frank as shwan in the : mnanyinte Pa;Aur mrd Marion Dlaaiowe, u'iIl ap- ph t,g I I' h I th 1H C C I -n p'.' tI CI l-'f 'l lth -t' 1 Il t I1 c: (b. t C em It,l TI, nd irl H Id tl - h'r'll ,pDe'ea at he IIn Ard t ' f f\ o ~he t flo. V4TD n e nJnde (kf to right) the Cheare-field hooth Thursday morn- ShernmuBRlinKeley, who will be pfee- ing. ent todny, Mareh 10; Pemy Con,o, who The manufactwer ef Cheterfield ci- 's soheduled for appeurance mmorrow, Ruiettes ulao e'ill entertxin the ladtes at )Imrh 19; Jack Webb. Wednesday, 7 P. .Yi. Weitre.duy nighl, March 18, Ma' h Il+ d Arth '[ It- p1tnd Ihe egain th it h- d . f ':Ittle Lodfr'eps;' I ank Pwrkuand IFC plst f ,n. This ALu1nn Mudowe, who wlll vi>il Ihc vnn- ' Sheemun Bili ngsleyvwill n e c , Thu ..k,q Abnch ls. O~ , hl, Jmrl: Clul: tu ptay ho..lfmSh Billine' "lhe .i 1 C crvturfclf at the >peuxl ahme dn ,.-t fI rl, t. h.+t 11.111 1: if Lhr,- Or Ihe I . ln 'ua hrld t H- k-evy t-f li: )tork CI I PA 1 wll I I'r+= fc'Ief Se f d lsru n th LbFett K M>c fol" te antat hc mth r I,fth.tea'Jxalk, mr ,iotdepla.le,C Wdp'.I'nn.r- Iliuhl Itll,.heen -lcm,l e. Perry Ca m o top arNtr ao T\ npan !, - ll 1 d'eE dinnel c,ll le uil', makc his fourth appu arunee at the tP~e appearemco of Lrs Paul and Mary SATD c entio,: A4 1.dny, J t Ford. n"1' i ChrouBh st the naton p-ehb, the c entoe-sLV of Cheeierliuld's lea '• r for fneir uIlllxual nuitar and ard-w'inninK"Dragnet" progrnnl o ~[UI Ie I ,nge,nellte. T]'anap0l'tatlGra rndio nnd TV, wlll a i,e frmn Ilolly~ e<:II bu p:vvided at the convemion fo- voud ln make his fir=tN'A'1D uppear- lelr at 5:30 P. M- unae. - Liggett &,1l_vors will brinF Artltur llNl'CLD STATE,S TOBACCO ]ODIL Godfrey back to the NATD eonvention RAL is the foremoal NEWSPAPHR in ugain this year. The ladies will re. the tobacco and allied fields. b8,:83? 9:i
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March 16, 1953 TOBACCO FIRMS STAGE ATLANTA SALES DRIVES King Edward Cigars. l'amel and Car.Jier CiKarettes Are 13oost- ed by M,mufaclurcrs; imrillard Revestls Staff Adrancemenl. C HiSH A'tLdSTA ( 1 . T4uud J (-tgn= :'.ul dOareLLe nv, b:x n. :-' fn Geur- p'.u fnr Febeuury ~edt,: $683, 175,11. L ThSs t sLaht :lucrenee fro,n I t I- 4 t I1L1 II I. II, 'e I:A III I,~I nl I: 11 l,'en 5 C a eettv I'I , A'. I 1 1'1 Hrst I e,k. n I:i. v LmriLn uutin¢ t . I iobL ml u t I d t 1 ' u;hil " If f. I- nllr „ijhm a:o :•ork chl_ Yf:. I.irl: >t,uted i ,=Itil I.erm~rd ... .. ,an ic ImHab. N- Y, nnd I:rng:ee=ed to :Ilvisior n:mngur of the S::rv ,e [el'rilo:), , Vusilinn he hcld far nva- 1'e:u s. SIr. ].elrh 1= ce, ,,.ell pleesed mth Adnn:n, enl find+ thc hnhny „c.uhvr I:ure w, . rHbly : onduciVC to enllinK n~ ,iehe rvade fnnn thn deep _ ,u n hclofl u: Ihc :. D. R'. R:,ol, faru:.-r dllanthn:x divisiou n mseger, hu. he I:' ~ule.d w liebl n:. naqer for Lm^Jlnrd. We n,mld like w 111111 u ea-,mul rutrv Eero In tho nf- fect ine-'.It:,ulF.n't Imvc kuepre„xl tn n ., r a~J„'.' \fr~ RnotIIes d,:nu a:: uuancdh,K loL here III P. Lm111:od, und we w3h hlm "Karel I" Famous Dutch Cigar ule ell a r the wo Id wherever aood ciqarn are sold. Now.rsilable in the American market et Macy'e, New York. Wholeeale distributore and prominent retaU dealere can rraenre informstdon 1, wrnlne KAREL I CIGAR MANUFACTURERS EINDHOVEN, HOLLAND UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL len + ~. , hi.. n euWlrlly. He d~l~l e,nfitnue ~ tn e t.i=~ hendennl'- tere'i, 12vu:n D. JOE~aI'eavhlr,t iumd, AtI:,aL,. .. . ,1.._ IWU .:, ng Ilnvugh e te~rimrp '; wLid; Inclade+ Genl'- Snnth (lrsali,:u nn:l Flnrlda. r here tl,zt ntiu anulhcl- r It I, ni,N ., dea:'ne : , nit the AYlantn t:uheL The cigor¢rt= iu quc+tian Is a u .v filtef-tippe(1 king . e nrWuced by sjor i•mfactwer. W e undersh:nd Ihia n sjo r cigarette in ,mw be1nC tutev m a fe t.. 11 I env „~ cd this wuek tn lonrn of the death of Paul J]fr Gav- n. adee .eerese~,lanve In zl st tee of A:frcd Dunhill, ]nc. ]tr. btc Govern died ,- h t tt k' It ,k Va. uKlc I t il llt hnl I'- 1, , Atlunta nd dvm:d:ae estntex. cu` e 1926. ~ ao xtnhnlanee driver in wnr~d War 1, >f IN G rI 1 y h u n- r f h tl a, i iit t.- and Fanct Sm gall: r ty ndeT L,e He w nrded tbe Fren.h Crn:m de caerre. He is sw'vived hy Idn wife. :,o dnuqh- • , John J. NcCm ,n, t d x LL of the m uni[al States nlnrine Cnrp=. .4 'rpetlal tuo-week PI' nmntlnu ou KLna EdweN clenrs, , e,deby Jne. H. Swlnhel' & Scn, 1> heine c'ried a :l:in u at the .ebdl lev~l. The key~ nnte n[eCne Vrmnntion v. 'LRn.. h,• C:e hox xnd rnv " Ruxcn ofeKing Edwsrds are being placed on the r~: er= with u: uttrae- tlve :- Izy c ud u~hlch rends! "A gift fn fuende or selt Rny lhem by the i I'u., P A1N Mlb., R', I. acnl ICing EtIvlmrd dla- I I .. '-olue, We R. J, Reynolds scrae rhea ~,g mLareo, is daing very wull In ltil n, cel, we huve been tnLl I,Y Ed J. Hauer. Iteynold.' dlvision manaeee. Thefe i special c ulfex a Ce+h Vulue,4Kht n which i., draL .:.: t uv, ,,unnge,l by the manufxc- tu: A brand u light.veight mmered m er metal dlvPh:y,v hu m edraek is beiny dishibntrd by R. J. Neynalde lhill n dc-Wcr. who heremfore ,ol adeyuxte t . of displxyine eigalvtte Vuckage>.TeAt- trnettvely painted, thexe raeke ratay a Czn:el nnd Cnvalier strip. nnd hold up lo 100 single pa wuKe. nf c'iXnrcltes Thc nek ce either I,e ,sed on thecounter or can be tucked to a wall. T'ne e.tinated number nf xorkera ii thu Inhaccn biduary in Georqw ahowed neein Jannary, , emdiny tn Ren' TFeHuieq xtulc Canunissloner of Labor. The=e , orkees nlso , 11 eivrrl vage inuea.crll ix repnrted Starlight Cigars Cigars of Quality Since 1873 STARLIGHT BROS. 165 Passaic St. • Passaic, N. J. ii Cable Addres. •'MORRISCO" All Ced.e U.M j. B. MORRIS TOBACCO CO., Inc. Leaf Tobacco Dealers 113 East Cary Street Richmond, Virginia, U. S. A. 57 RUSSELL DROWNE, Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BROKERS Crop Insurance Specialists Marine, Llfe, Annuities and Pension Trunts I 116 Juhn 5treet • Phnne EEekmen 3-0131 • Nev Yurk 3e, N. Y. I J. A. C. 5TEUR & CO., INC. N. V. STEUR'S TABAKSHANDEL MIJ. SUMATRA, JAVA Other Foreign and Domestic Tobaccos 70 Pine St., New York 6 N. Y. Rokin 101, Amsterdam, Holland Cable Addrees. JACKJliLOE Cable Address: JOJACKLOE CONNECTICUT LEAF TOBACCO COMPANY Irel.f I. Kata, Presideet Grewer. ud Peckers CONNECTICUT LEAF TOBACCO IOd-fll STATE STREET HARTFORD 3, CONN. SARLUY IMPORT COMPANY DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO IMPORT-EXPORT 131-37 N'ronl Slreel T+l 'emteh.n r'un New York 5, N. Y. cAl, Aaaw, 9ederee.e. THE HOME OF CONNECTICUT BROADLEAF J. E. SHEPARD Grower and Packer of Connecticut Broadleaf SOUTH WINDSOR, CONN. CAREL OLIE JR., Inc. LEAF TOBACCO DEALERS New York Addreee Importers : Amlterdam A,tdreer: SA Weat /BtA 3treet. ~nd 0.Z. Aahterbur¢wel 10, New York 19, N. Y. Exporters Amsterdam C. 1Y: 1114w 4e1114 1 TJ: .0 0.\Iw: OCNNTRAni Ge/.: IAYAtUY C. O. KIENBUSCH 165 FRONT STREET - NEW YORB.. N. Y: PACKERS OF DOMESTIC TOBACCO GROWERS OF CONNECTICUT SHADE TOBACCO 88683443
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4 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL March 16, 1953 UNITED STATES tAiug aPPUrently diveae interests enubled it age, +hiplneut aud fnvc,tmcnt oi' far great- to .acrcc a, an extremely articulate medium m' degree lhan tltoso emtfronting retailer,. TOBACCO JOURNAL ai rxPrc.niou rur a clLd .ection id' o Kreul ' ' In ,hrn9, m.,nt ucm.ntl -d thr tobuccn 8.n m U. tl. r.ren, o91e. ilulusll'y, I he tobtleeu produet. tradu has iudustry ca n noe no :ulc:ultage and x greatt "TRADE'S FOREMOST WEEKLY" - Establirbod I8^4 by Oscnn HANmmoarv.rN I Publi.Ecd Every Week 99 Hudson Street New York 13, N. Y. Vbl. t6fi-No. :I MARCH m, l9dd EDWARD H. DAVIS . . Publ6her SIDNE Y E. DA V IS ..~~~. G.ue..l Men.qer IRVING MATES . .. . Edleur WILLIAM G. REDDAN . . A..oefare EJimr RALPH B, BRODY .... Ad..rridng M+n>ger EDWARD H. SILK ...... A.ri.tant Manager ,LSEnI a.eAly brri. NA121 Years Young This ]ceek the NtLLioual A,aucixtion of Tubacco Distributor„ un it' Ucenty-fu'st an- uifers:u'y, a+sumes the statce ut' manhaod. In the legal +cllse. :ur Americau is x minor until the age of twentp-une, buc NATD h3a bruken zll the recortL for precociuue adtd[- Irood; the tvholesalers' a.+acFaHOn .vas a cigoruus, full-sizn, extrcmefv nctice cntity almost frum the momcnt of its birth. The N ATD couvention thld week has aur- pa5eed even its precious renrarkable nchloce- ntent,. In its bunine_ seesiuus, it, uluccal studies of what contpri,es a snrce+n'ful whole- sale operation ued its m;tntmuth n.el'ch:u:- di,e fait' tho distributoc' ;ISSOciation agaill hud emttriecd au a,,tonirhiug sc,te:nr uf uc- quadnting its members of Ghe latest de~rela opmenea ill their indu,tl'v. Yet the conventiun is barely the hegiu- ning of VATD', rcork for the year. In the two decade, oP itn remarkaLle existenc'e, this organiratimt has engxged in +u many diver- slfled activities in the fields of commercial development and legislxtil'e improvement that no single commentury call hope to um- mzrize the total effect. There nre Iar.¢er h-ade associutions aud nlure renolruccl one=, but line can chlim to have engltgecl nmrc tvhulehearterlly-ur effecti,l rnnstanl e/forts tn improre the 5tntus ul' it, membcri and of the induetry in which they iturk. No reference to NATD is contplete evith- out a tribute to Joseph Kolodny-, the usso- ciation'e mauaging direetm'. 11r. Kolodny s guiding hand helped make the trade organl- xaliun what it is tuday. The res.dtd are u real credill to his Wlents. NATD begem its existence in the depths of the worst ecn>nomic depression this coun- tt;y ever has experienced. Its viguq its in- telligcnt rHCCetiwt nnd its cupucitv far uni- bcen turtunate in the posses<ion ot' 1tx bado ussociutiuns, tmd in the existence ut' the Sational .1s,ociation of Tobzcco Diatrlbu- tors there is particular reason for self- emngratultrtiun. The Tax Differential 'fhe 1Vay, tand Meaus Committee of' the Ituu+c of Itepre_sentatives, in ,cheduling ita ~ heeu'inga beginning olarch 25 on a pruposed escisc tax differential in favmr of"'economy" , L9rett.:4 pre^unwuly has Lcguu to give xeliu:rx cr,nsidoraliun to such a mennure. The hcariuE~ ill bc -<tl ntely valu.tble iu hclp- ieA Cr. t'ornruitD.e rnunbers to mako np their Iniml, ubuut cigtlrettc tux difl'erertiel;, for it is pruhaLle that there ale many aspects II this IlroPO.al with tchich most Cougru,.+ met nru uot famillar. 7 obaecu industry obaerver, have been trsvare I'or almo3t nvo decades uf a elgnrons mocemellt W gice a lax adcantage to c'ign- retie brands nwAe to sell fnr lower prices thzn thunc at which thc standard brands urc mnrketcd. The wisdom of such a move a,n'xys has been discounted in advance by people who really knuw the tobacco trade, iur it ha, been obviou, to them that any ,uch tax adcantage, if it embodied xny sub- .t.anLi81 Lenellt for eommm,v hrand manufnc- turets, could be taken up by the producery t' the atandard brands within a few days ~I' the dincocery that the excise differenfial rleal ef trouhle in fixing two le,'els of eseiac taxutinn for cigarette.c The Ways anA 11ean. Cmnmitlce's hearings on this matter will emphasize these uoints and settle the iaaue on the basis of the vievr, it all concerned A New Sales Trend The recent 1'ormalimi of the Pipe encl Tobacar Cotmcil represeltts a lang tep for- tvard in the current campaign m restore lhi= pha.ce of the tnbacco indtutry to its pruper condifion of' healthy growth. -fhe re,toration of pipas and =moking tobacco.< to thcir right- ful statu as tulutrbx uld continuallc mol'u impm'tant elcrneuts in the tnrdo's mu'hart- dining sLructul'e u,. long uver-tlue: :dl sg- gressil'e, intelligently directerl drk'e of thi< kind can produce>uhstautia: czsh'oeneHt.s fol' Inanulelcturer,, whole,alers ;md retailers of all the line.i conc'e'ned. hr this conlluction the ONITED SI'AhP:> 'IY)13ACCt) JOCRNAL cau recaL with par- donable pride the fact that it uggested, in :ut editorial un January 19, the ,tarl of pre- ci,ely the kind of prumational esmtpaign fer pipee and snmking tobac'cos that noxis un- der ]cac. The need for promotion was ohri- oud, of emuxe, and it had been discussed ie the Vade fm' a Inng time, but this new's- pupor'. 1'oltillment of its functiun a, a medl- Imr ol'indu,tty expresslml apparently .served a.+ the necessary ignition system for a motor that necded unly a start. cunlllriaed x valuable atimulant to s+de.t Other element.s of the tobacco induatn, $pokesmen for the manufacturers of the ;Ind other entire indu,tries, upon uccasion eemtomy bremds have pointed out that their ~ihavc buen faced with the same dccliniug amual sxles, eren with the added benefit of ', yale, curve lhat has plagued the pipe and a dilfe'enl.ial in excise rate., could not be tobacco trade. Each such crisis has called mure than a Liny Il'action if the colume uf forth a renewnl of thc itvvtinct for .m'civ;d zny one ot' the leading regular cigarettes. ~ th.rt alwnys has ch;uneterved American free On thi~ premi,e, according to marn' astutc tobaduu men, thure would be no ndid reasou for splitting the excise structure; in addi- tieu, Lhe~ have pointed out, the appnrent competitive advantage of any tax diffecen- tilJ aould be wiped out overnight if the ma- enterpriae, and in each atlcn insLmc'e there haa been dmeloped and ntaintalned a+elling effurt which reviced even the maet serioas- ly slumping markets. it is a simple fact that pipe-smokmg re- tains the masculine appeal it has ulways jar rnanufacturem were to decidc that the i pos,e,sed, :md that it has in addition a con- ecouomg bcmld market was lucratice enough !,ide'able degree of strength arising from to bc lvorth cultivation. Leader, among tobacco growers of the md.ion hure objected to a cigarette tax dif- ferential on the ground that an,v expansion in the murket for cheaper cigarettes x'ould reduce the prupurtiun.s of bettce-qutdlty leaf requirerl for manufacture, with a consequent deteriuratiolt in auction market le.'els. Retail trade spokesmen have filed uther nb_lections, based p'imarily on the xddition- al expense and inconvenience of having to axpand inveutonee, which tuke al> space and require aash investments, for the incln,ion of nen- brandn or to handle inc'reasing eales uf line, notv xnld to only a feacustomers, Witcle,alers have expre,sed similar objee- tious tu a cigarette excise differential, with tlm added complaint that volume at the dis- tribulor'a level mtlut create problems of stor- the feminine preferenee fm' clear evidence of masculinity. A lot of pipes and extremelc lerge quantities of smoking tobacco can be eold Lhrough Propur emphtmis upun thc.c hasie appeals to millions af consumcla; AH that is necesxxrY is an integrated and sensi- Wc eontiuuous pl.rgram uf cuu,eions selling, and this the pipe and tobacco trade hmc ar- ranged to suppiy. -fhe personnel of the new Pipe ;ald To- baccu Council and the trade agency's stated policies are adequate assurance of the end of the long drought that has existed in the merchandising phase of this paft nf the in- duan-y'. '1-obacco men generally and tho,e eoncerned with piPes and pipe tobaccod iu particular now can look fortcard to pl practical aetimr on their marketing prob- Icros. The sales trend wtll be upward. S968J390
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s DEALER'S IMPORTANCE IN LIFTING CIGAR SALES NOTED AT THIRD CLINIC Necessity of Humidification, Ao li.itics and History of Cigar Ingtitute Thoroughly Discussed by Eugene Haymnnd, Director. Over =0 rutuilaru and otl'.ur uigar i- duatry parxonncl w e present at the thi~d class of thu CI[al' Clluie, huld antly at the Hotel Malt'ly,e In New York. F]uKene Rapmnml, direcror of the Ci- gar ln,ceitute of America, co-spm- af the clinio with the Retall To a, o Dralrre of Amerlea, strc•sxed the rr_ partance of p'op.r numTdTlieatlm'. to ' the retailer. He pointed out that, with vety lit[le eROrt on the paet of the UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL HARCORD FIRM WILL OCCUPY NEW PAPER CANISTER PLANT r.arc.rru ur..ua,a..rur nn l.u. rrra uqu torre in dersey t,np, n uilvr, thc prz,per runditiuns tuder -- whlch rlKUra x.iuul,l bc krpt rnuld be )Ir. Raymand 1 tinded the uigar- ists that tht CIA ia at ff. . of .rt.R9k]Y C'll V d, 9luaday __ r I du.i ~n fmu C-s n'th,nt czvine . the retailar d, cull tu help witn The Hal yd 11a ufur irg'C , Ine pr il p ol. cpl latin r Ir a 1., r, I any poblems. The CIA dtrector spoke supplrel of paper canlsters to the to- atcei~'.~. uela-.-' n che ahsence of Dr. M. J. Stammel- bacco and allied tradea, wil: ..... it. }'.~.,, „ Mmmturraring Cn., Ou„ has marl, of thc Atmos Producta Co., New factot'y and executivc otlices, on May amc_,; . ellentcle tbo m.,a om.mnd- Yark, lst, to a teney pnrchase:l buudirlg ing r,: n the rohnreo hnlastry, Mr. RaYmand, in the elosing minotes located ut125 5lwlimr sL'eep in this A few of thcir customers' ptaduct- of the class, reviewed che history of ton' mity. re dePic:ed an Page 25. If yuu have the Cigar ]nattiute and cited the tangi- 'tecording to )laxweli 6. Gold, p'eni- apeekaging prohlcm where paper e' - hle bemfitc which it has bmoqht to the dent of Hurem~d, the m, w s r iab:rs a re.lulred, ic would bu ttlu]I cigar industry s nce its beginning in artatud hy the f , . n lud p~' t. rmoRCate wl[h HI Nft, Ca. 1941. He deserlbedbow the CIA goes t,mrs atd the pe_ g d for 1 g I c.~ Dept US d, lia Ntnur s0ocl about its mission uf increusing the eon- productlon facilittea to handle ordera Jersey City, N. J. -umption of cigars, through the skill- with dispatch and efiirienry. The. new Harcord building uonsi;ts ful use of public and human rolations, "°Lhis expansion," Mr. Gold pointed of 124,000 ~quare feec nn _,ix Ooms :tt bath wade and coiirumer ]evols, out, "uill go a Imrg wxy in mcteasing nnd hax a rell aiJing. The cigar promotion executive .vtac- ed that the CIA's se entific national consumer re reh has found that 90 per cent of the American women hnve . objectimis to their nten wnoklug c gara, and thst the a rage age at which a mnn tries his first cigar is 23. Of the 20,000,000 eigar smakers in the tinited States.5.000,000 smoke 86 per aeot of the total conaumpvian und 15,000,000 the ramniningl4 per cent, he also aaded. .~ liernard Sless, assistant to the Pr'esi- dont of Hayuk Cigars, Inc., spoke on ' ' dered by tTe distributor, stressingt ~euthat the wholeaaler is vital parc of the cigar industry, inasmuch es he keeps down the cost of inerchan- re to the conaumer due to hia large warehouse facilities, as well as being u fertile souree of markeU infmmi Brendan Kelly, of Benton & Bowles, Inc., the CIA's adverGsing agency, out- lured to the nlass the function of ad- v.vtising, with spaclal emphasls ml fc rolation to the retailer. Mr. Kelly not. ed that the purpoae of ndvcrtls0lg was to mcate a dusire on the parL of vhc r for prodocta of the n faeturer. This 1s achievud v natlon- al und loral media, al_m pninbof-sNe au,t pnint.rLcootact promotiolm hy the retailer, he said. Mr. Kelly ca erted that the paint of contact is the key to the entire sell. ing operattou. He Ivgetl the retailers to make uae of the mmmfacturers' pronoton tampaigns through sales nehip at the point of rontact, as well as proper displays and taerchau- dising methods. Th fourth and Ilnal cla.a of tlm clinte cook place last Thmaday eve- Jng at the same hotel. The "etudent," who had sueccssfully completed uhc _-e -. t Iur d'pl 1. at a graduattm c euny ry'ea d ovcr by officials of theCignr Inetitutc. Farticipating in the c ony w David A. .lenks, CIA presidentl Rdc Culamia, RTDA's manugilg dtrector; Sfalcolm Flalscher, RTDA couneel, and Mr. Raymmrd. - - -- Regeasburg's Sales Rep Makes New York Tour Danicl Cartoff, Hoston represenla- tive o1 E. Regensburg & Sona, manu- facturer of Admiration cigars, with headquurtera in New York, is at prea- ent making a tour of the New York State tnritoq. Mi. CartuR is exDect- e,l to rotmn to his Du.rtan olHees in two weeks. List Washington Revenue OLYM1fYIA, N'ASII., '1'vesday-The W'ashington state tax commissian t porta a total of $854,188 in cigarette a e fnr January, 1953. Washing- tmtn w has a 4-cents-pm-pack tax on :' ga attea, Secretary of Agriculture Backs Flexible Price Floor WASHINGTON, D. C., Tuesday- 9oeretevy of Agricalture Caru Beneon indicated ]ast week that ne ntay per- nit farm pt'Ice scPpurl.-whieh help to maintain high market levels for leul' hmGacco arld otller haaic agl'ieullural corlmlodltira-tn hec'ulne more ¢Inn,tlc o1Jer tu AueamvNe ineltlcient Pro. ductlon and the xuomulntion of wuste- ful smplusea_ htr. Bunson asserted that he prefea "fle.dble" price supports rulher Ihan high rigid floors under farnt pricee, lu mHer to "enuourage shifts it produe- tton." Connecticut Cigarette Tax Shows Decline in February IIARTFORD, CONN., Wednesday- 1Villiam F. Connelley, tax cunnas . u nf thia +tnte, Ieq: 'ts thu totalr v- i. eollec[cvl frmn the sale of cigmvke su+mpa fur Februvy lo be 3599,819, ar ornpared to colleetiolls of $001,9116 fnr the aame month of 1952. Total cigarettu stamp sales tor the fiscal year ]uly 1, 19.52 to Neblvury 28, IJ58 u o unted co $G,23R,A9i, a. - pared tueolleetions of $G,843,09pcfmthe same periad of the prevrous y r fslnl'rh lEi, 1!luil OKLAHOMA CONSIDERS EASING BURDEN OF TAX ON CIGARETTE SMOKER Legislulure WeiXhinR Prupuval in Make 1'symenl of State Levie=_ Deductible From All TaxpaI era' 11, S. Incnme Tax Re41rn... t/FLAHOMA CI'1'S OKId., "rcer- Jay-.i bill Intl.vlcd ta pcrmit OMbo- ho cla t mr ~ f..luml - omc w_1 y:q~:nen:x. lutrc,i. . -Ol.ln- ]oma Legi I ._ p• ago h': Repleaentatlre G_ SI_ Fu le,; o( Ol,le- ha:. Cty, . I ed h oul:i vu laxpa , ___ i. whhom los ofa slate~l..I : . Okluhn, _ ,<at ., .at, ,.. b,. beev huld mc-de: i,:u,l. beeaun' l. tax 1.1 placed a i rhe -hnlu<alul i 1 etead of rhe c .'fw.: a¢„ ' ~ ~ ILo I~edc: 1 ac C ~elt :..I tl .a ILtex <ould I,e d.durwd. rrt~lhc upic • ~ a I nc Fud ( :.u. cosppeul_. I'lla .......... el hK i.,i,~l .uld I'nt r r I l g,R I e ou I. tt w.e clule tht t x to b- I +F Cne . ml- . r to o~.ake $ dedorGL:u ~i»Cr ~ tF.e tedcral inu, ,e u,x la.r, The Inll v.oul,l nat caugu Ihe metl m d of collecting the tux m otbencisn nlfeat present ylvrcrlore. Mr. Fuller xad thnl si-nilar changa d n th y- -tc Cs 1wf\ J: Y Iml - drl.... i ha.clu sulted in frvu able _ul'ng„ by the fed- elad r,imm_ssmncm of ~nenna', wenue. EASTER GIFT PACKING OF CIGARS DEVELOPED BY MAKER OF CORINA CH[CAGO, ILi.., Tuc<dny - Clgar.. for :he 6nrwr glft nade are n<w poe- slble becau+u nl' the creafita n errhan- dlsing of Co nakur of Co -. °ignrs, wae learned :uday. 1YSlcer Llfien- fieW, head of Jmo Rrca'antz e Ca., ef this city, n nnfuetwer nf We C.,rilm I:rand, told~fa:r "'rnha , Juu lap" r duy that his firn , ndv to invodur e e Cnrine Lnrke in Easter gift narkintn. 'Ihe CoI Lef,cs al'e put up in ells- taning plasIIe pacbiges of In and 26 cigars and bave a colotiul avtrwrap reaeeting the Easler seamn, Larkr n tell at 15 ce acl~_ Aec:rding to pL'. Lllienfield, the in of Cofina Larkp in Easter 'apping has hccn very yratifYin4 and rr„ mu v tea that the i,k.:,, .htrh i~ , ing done for the tirst time, teyre.cnts aa- athmboast to thc ciual' ndu=-trc. AMF Declares Dividends The Arneriean Marhhie & Fnanury Cu.. Inrnufuatuvet of mnd:ines for th,tobacuo Industry with hendyuar:er= i New York, hzs deelwed n quarterly di~ vfdend of O9rs- ront, Per shore an itr. .9.9U pcr venl prefer,ad smeA, and u dI. videnu uf $1.25 pel :harr an Its 5 per tpil toklirthPa>'ll 4pril 1 L:tmhh 11 ._ of rtcml Ata-c'i 41. bBSH339g
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48 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL March 16, 1953 REPRESENTATIVES OF TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS CONTINUE MERCHANDISING EFFORTS IN DETROlT ApTNE-IMCOLINE-aO/NTd'-TNE-WAy3- with 6rown & Wllliamson Corp.. 1'. Lorillard Co., United States Tobacco Co. and O. Entil Klein Co. Products Among Those Being Itoosled - Sr a n y S 0 L 0 any Niembera of'1'obacca Industry Enjoying Florida Vacations. By CEO. ITOWARO STONE I)E'fROI'P, MICtL. Tuuedny -A m:- for topic of din e amnny m mbes of the mbaeco crzde in th,ls area le thc .u:oconfusion oi the retail : rwt neerninx muaretce pl'ic slneCthe lifting of OP3 uuilings, whieh we c fel- lowed by Jlght inuca..e, in manufuc- fuctorcrn' yrice:. Hoacveq prlcus antong whe!esalers t11 uutinulnp to icmain Ilnn. It ia believcd by enont Induau'y ob- • W that salea pricee will udjudc lhmi.rlvbi in the nafutmre. dc~t of thu Gal .luk llarvlth, prt=adc~ t l Cigar Cn., has rcturned fion I~loyda. Hl.v remrn w r greLLcd'nv 11 huuv~ snd r 1 xtorm. J. I) Bnxtetalesmnn f~r Brmvt & W 11 _ n 9obacco Ccrp_ hu.. I; -u doFnK an excellent job iu Lehalf ef thu firm's preduct, in the Incal mzeket. He repurtx that a new display whlch he is plecing on tnba<eenists' co,u•.ten tnrougheut the city is u matc'n holder, which boc;ts Kuel cigaretles. Uravir-g at:ention of passer.by w it, tobacco shop, the Cnlf;ns eigar .torc n tne General Motm= Baiidina hes an attracive display of Eneore nod Samu riRarettex, Iwuh praducts of thr llnited Stams Tobaccc Co. Rxlpn Fobk and F:rxlu Ilzrvith havc he eondu~ inx thei u.anl aalea to:u themghout vhu aruu in loehulf af R. G. Dun clRa-, i= of '- levling seller- n the Jf.. . r -,.t. \f:env l._oh _.Liya have o. ! throeRhaat 16.z = l two~produ<te of the D0. Entil Klenn Ce., Ve.v YorL., Haddor- llaR and Notitngham elgarx. '1'hls ce uspm~dent negleceed to me i - laet . eek thut he s tire u aoxt of ~Uirvctur Peul:k P. Iiu~e llull andU6 cu JixuuKev Ifonrp Lopar.i, of .hv Pv Lm4lerd Cc- ut the d'nnu ho. r 'EOVkr Itockwull gbex by th.1)u- lro t 1'uW a r 3 Candy Awu,1 7 ablr, tCnrw-qe><lemu af cc c tl,e a•tcv u tl c vI t` r tot EanL OI,I 6eld atrI F 1"} elgarette:f- \fnltc:-SLe Ind.vri[-f inbear. ;iful Honoiulu, Hawaii, thac ho i> rn- loying n ratlon Cnere. FIe 'I, tne W'n. prietmaf Wrtller's Pipe 8hup. Chriv Laferty, of the Tnmpa Cigur Cu.. Itas not vlcltt•d N'Ith us I Cla aek+. Lust.epmt.t s that he xa, in Plorlda m:joymg ttu•uuahinu. lIC ma- still I'e there RuleiKh and Viic•roy c'iKUrettea ata mtinaing lo i c , - di.eing anPpurt 6nthis .nue from J. H. "Red" Fee: „ mnu mnuaget, and W- for Fvery Smoker's Tarste.:. "AmeE.o i rln.n Pip. Tubnmo" ,e.eilabl.:n B S i0 c..l "Amar= oiNe.-1 s. n. "Amed.o'. finnt aw x;.,tin. Oa,. s. ADVERTISED ON TV'S THRILLING MYSTERY DRAMA "THE PLAINCLOTHES MAN" rROM COAST TO COA51I LARUS & BROTHER CO., INC., Richmund, Vo. fln. rnbcao P,od.rl. 5inu IB)> 1,HOLIDAY'l ~~~ "Am..i.a i finen Aromarie Misluri' ,~.ailobl.in 8 6 16 o..t The Fully Automatic Pipe and Cigarette Lighter We cordially invite you to visit us at Booth 240 - NATD Convention THE IMCO MANUFACTURING CORP. 541 Sixth Avenue New York 11, N. Y. A. B"1 R ns J d' ' II a. of ~< Btnwc & R'llizmsun fol acc+ Ui p- I-.y .p v th t 5i.. . 1 t; . - ert,nn ig Uhb fine saltseeli of I. re6ula- 'ne pioluct a rI is -'. g fi uePtante t tt, loea: nv kit Lt s tAppel who w e i-a on tho 1 e of Webc Br nts, Inc. will w n tbls area shcrtly with hls nlw prnUuatefor e)reing. .loseph I<rauee, of LnF'ondh, Inc., of 631 W-oodward avenue, ie repmted to he back on the job this xeek, imt hr will have to :ake it ezsy for a while. Thu apurulion on his eyes o very uc--ful and he repurts that ho n a -.pt9ng ahlceo m look ovm che eu~ ayWa i "Lrunettes" londcs" Happl' to s.c you bauk, ~1ce, anrl good I'aek I C b-t of nth g f you. Araued town .e anl •isil.- Ing tIs of Ilu. Did bold umhassa- don, 'm tne tray of wlndow posters, 19ak'nA t aad n e fihnds each dnp are Old 6!lil cigare.tu. ,hmh aru i d':I.. vwherc. The P Lor~illetd Go. i. welt mprerented lu this a with a flne e of salu=men nud titlroa popular selltng el4aretl....... i Aecq Old Gold mid Emhns.ry. Agcnts here havc Leen busy going afler cig rette smuygnea who avold the taxes. Durlllg the pastt few e eeks, a glaig af ~muKKlers; number'',ng elev- , .rere >cized; then anocher gang s thu tarKel for Lhe foderal agenti alsu. GARCIA GRANDE CIGARS PLENTY OF HAVANA TOBACCO NOl~, IN EVERY CIGAR... / YET RETAILS AT ONLY -. ,A 1rrAe6y S. Frieder & Sons (o. ° il =1;.;. s" :nn. ,,4lsa rrukers of }{ABIANELLO Cigars 68683434
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Dlarch 16, 1953 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL 51 New England Trade Trends By DAN[EI. HORG.AN F been tal +, !'' .. 28 ¢ of tn tl e BOSTON, MASS. ILe=dny La^da H~ Toba L 1306 Culun.bu, a - I ~n T b - li - rme, R+xbury punded by b[m n; ls ,ti~ ,,,yern, o.n or nLn,. .ri .4f[v -Ly~ ~ rnerlly4hefirm oi.d with ilatr .nd w.. .. Ili ill" I'l ,r ~- k -lhe Sl t I I' t C -t r - of fh-. ha- Ln 1910 the f1 n v d to Euxbu v l'il Re I 1 I first at one 1 to, in Tl-emont stle I 1 1945 he 1,d ( O"ted tnen to 1410 T+emont ah'eU. It then G X11- Since 1 buying X tP of 13 waa k n- e the La,tla Tobau o Cu t -' which he the b ye , ln 1951 tily h b g F t the L h ' I R H. l41 C II lo0th n'va- r To a C. d' y I t d de ' feLl nc Id C t ' We the a,ent nn r of t anna Totarto I'tfeula ly ' t cted in the Old Cn.,h, TI e ob,zon ETI+ p: I g of t! E S'I, n window , J H J ., N I I- 1 t r ,d It 5 ke and W< Sh P ,n It --g~ Luvn Ih -' I u 'nK I Cne C 1 6' t.l D P. l k D pl .. .... hnN. II 1: ,I m I . r! : H-t & c " a l n . e tli ct b Hat,utiuht' „d nttta y u .[ b+ce of 404 Peall ct+eet. New jatned C SATD. 91mnc its I,.:.und'Sm+ke Blmkwe,ls Umham eiuai I: th = I nK T.uce -Doe+ nnt bIt the x~leel„em.otne t, ',n 1 aht .d n I Nr c l 'Snke nl I V rwinCn -ota.^ iy l I. c tF 11 r P 1 1 C II c . ' f\f e. orn, I i n I . n J + i I I u i I tF ]~.U ' Ed -'d 5 I I 1 - L To- .ath+ t Ci tv th' ~,ex. , A~' : n,+.~ I P Lh+l.eh w If t, I In+` d ar zo W h+t,t nt' lmhnuw at t 41,1i 1 v.+ n... t ''.1 d, f-rm Old Cy Rb. 1 1 r t s P:Ll I cr,.. nn , .. , .- 11 I Irphxl of S4ultuel Brnnd Yeu- I,th~ w'dl atCllntonHoce,l, Atl,m.:. ('i,. .i t^= SA'fD eu vention. dmert F 11 +t rteL he win be ul ll+e Ritv l,un IL,.el. e+l in .m,enr. their N; e. m tedL . of tne,terld~ I n 1 = l a n d . i o P nipe P I C Incy atuly vumlrly .rilL thr VroWodivr . n " - izyvlxGOt. iVCc u e VLu'.+icX yhart:Y lo i i+n+Tradc x i. revlcd, fuliu ng I pral:r+m nf piln+noaur. thnt will r wh his enqm that Inactlunlly all in, eutlrc countly and xnlch anouid 1 1 Ed P , Inar- 1-r. the eHe+t of -Ym lating P=Pe valer f teeel> an I 1 1~.lu. ad a eeA 4~'ne. dly W i hace wh t I 1*Idmthe th I t- 'ft ' the Februeq-a de ciunt y 1 _t p p ft we rve d, +anttol ~+ci + p la I+znd- that vc 4uuvehold a Sa, al uijm cigm +afac.uee+~ - 1the i a nd we hme a sdec have m+ihed the that the, ..u+ld td rxicutive 1%ommcl that is Iconc n aredu ellmranee fmtho dlf- to nn e. 01r re.omres are nmple,and t x+ e between the uld Ila P ne of at Die - I. k1uY Ymwa d runny years of uEnretten nd the v v baut axlh and ey arr+onP kC -ge P ' F . t If tri'll 41e -. . t o tn Rlae. b~and,. Cm Pa y ofhcr.l. exl lained •ercme Ge in n f Cmtunentul Bri+u that the n -x Prompted by the In. Plpe Co- dd: ,bLLlty to hll Lhe~hFl,v denlAnd I+r e. -In u,4 oplnon thl' tl .. ~lon L. of t M1 ......... in +dvmce If the t Ira. ~ 6 nnultill e 1 y j b- n - Le and +e[ailur of to a o p+od,,LLa i A the I - I . [- I t" 1111 'e: 1 np hilliDn' t tF he f' t Igl - 4 I I,a ( 4 ei,+ Cllrl- f ctu I rd [h md 'eitl h C.1P+n Cl I luI laNC I X II'•ih I 1+. I. r c fu xeI ecl gct, & T'iver. `I hau< Co.; Broxn S>..l- .rr:r (fer inum teclePlomnny. W1n i a n Tmr reo Ce , nd U S. P,- fnr e l - d. nll !, 1 Ie~mC.r. I 4 I t: t. IanX --_- - the n t t I t tk h.:.,k- HENRY LEONARD FIRM vl I I. Itp 1" in 50 Il t ' 1 It t II to b'Inp c pl 1 -Icr, t th k,nd BUYS GRABOW ASSETS k` ° I, lle by the annl du vbl t K111, In,R' tn Ihe ntr: ,r-! b+.nelil, and I no, fCnntinu~d &nn, PaRe 31 mnud t I'~e hud a t t in br'mKin¢ it will he In.uJled i CIGARETTE BOOST SET " h " "` °""' +mhinery, em.. ~D,. Clnl,m. C+i speeAily' ar V~~"ndr. um IN NEW JERSEY TRADE °'°a°° °'tn+,t GmOiwed Im+n l'nae S) the min r n ctgarete price will not be lasued until ]lurch 19, Mr. Tillun esylaincd that iwailer, vuc anlhor. 6005T BUSINESS with this fast selling, profit-making ISPENSE-A-BLOON New Larger Corona 100 606 CHURCHILLS CLOWN 9OX 404 $1•63 72 COU NT ASSORTED 5¢ RETAIL eplrci . bfEEY • re4rmm, . din G. e yea,a Zr eem m,mvd~l r=n_n • Packaged I. nnrusfiveself- servi<e <arlon • Colorful with snles app•ul ORDER TODAY DIRECT FROM DIPCRAFT MANUFACTURING CO. 1238 VOSRAMP STREET PITTSBURGH 12. PA. Order samples today or see for yourself Bo:oth No. 606, NATD Convention AMB-A•TIP CIGAR CO. Makers of EARL MARSHAL • AMEERA EL DALLO • FORT PITT • RONDO ehaut" Henry Luonmd & Thmmn., x;u e Llolt Its I'eguL.t ISnce.togelner with tne ecvly ucquired Pinea, it the Netlonal .AsFaiutior ~f Toh:+ceo Dl+tchutm=' tbv n rI eeillm, In rt.bmt t'lly, N-.L..uv will hnv,t,eek. SUCCESS in 3 Months b868943 i
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52 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAI, 611u'ch 16, 1y5:; ARTICLE IN MAGAZINE CITES ACHIEVEMENTS Of TOP NATO OFFICIAL Joseph Kolodny's Career as Voice of Tohacco Product Wholesaler Delineated in "People Today"; Personal Attributes Described. IL'ontinued flonl Page YI Industt t mfaclw'ing 5,0.0 n mbaecn items distributed by tobaeco dealer. al,d 1,3010,000 retailers. Smok. mld I- nakerc a afrcvted by hi, dec ~ Just published; hi.c bnoR, 'a,U00 eYnrs of Serricv' o history af the tubacco traue. "Ko]odny i, 0 4ipe-smokil'C da,e- dr.a thedui in fxoL, lo ia no pIefeu- . • ciKarutte{, t. yars or a D~pe as the~lnond dictaln,~. An miKra , fro 1 Poland, at 1^ Iw ork~l Inr $8..50 a n,..k nnd dcont- Whimself nIKhN. "Sin mmtths aftor he j~ ned a fia- atlou,natlou, he became itu Puid ternul nrex b. I cretary.'because I tulknd su Inueh at meu' u"eevel yu,, aftcr t k' f, th I lp I a uhol 'hI t.- b;u~ h:e 1. d th II 60 ' nths 1au hI oclu2.cd hATU ".4o induitr5 aip, hu t n't midcl'- r:a I 1y 1 1h o4 1h I r. I, ha. t he . 01- Ih 1,11111 -L t, f L' n tnufaCtnIer h 4 dntm't.t. Uat, ttd 1 c preeSient.x' Attruhe'<I told them Ihey'd pnrtiripatc in a$1/10,060 cxn p Ign to e eate v II'c iutetesf n gat,, to be mutahed by the NATU a R. S. D., Inic. I I 155 John Street r FEW YORE ,an••aarel a, k ea:kea: m a:.~ wiu the a l,- lnlintm'.c feel II thatl' "Said Kolodny='They wlll llke it beta, . Kolodey like~ ^na arbiuatu. ade aoublea nd ,e oad' that pw.= alinK huslnesusbacR sq oad'Int. the bluek. To wu~y him, eertalm m humemrers huve ~Rared him briea. Rut 'no o ", Rolodny,' t :, Kive nDUail'~ II, adtllaun to Ita ehlnnolug@al smdc of d4. Kulalnya hiatory, the rauga¢Inc nrcur.d two pit, of tnrt whid, thrvw xfdorable light nn bi.. puraoaul a Indu=. 0ne o1 dlem, headed "Whe, '3Ir. '1-oburai SPexks Pvanle l,i¢..r; id: "Umina u eraity leututre. Kolad n - y -ndtleiily si,ot One.tinn.e at a di+. ,ntohc.ted Kia: 'Why do hnv you permal:P WhY ae vo "I Hp.v:AT The glrl syuivmed, thcboys IauKhed. ""1'o av[rant rhe bara,' euiA Kolod- ny. 'Thnt's n e. :hzndi?inK: Let's Ji,c- rrhandisinp' ^ nuTh.Tenther ; u of ae nmwwylllp «x-., hende,'. °Nhcre the fmcarz cn;' ,aid: "In lYUl :he avElv9e Anterioaa male wlwd ,,t nd e-half pnu.u ol' ciguruuns a tfck, th.1 u ratia frmxiu five Dnekr; thu n rnµu Uelsun epen: 00.56 fsclgau,trex. On the basiy ~,f ctnrra.. pld.,,d tl. . Ko I~rl.p' Pnrl.utll S. nok ahablladd up I" = thic 1'59- "96n t Nof etY luU bome. wlll 'n et I,al onokw-. AhouL , 17 uou UUO i I 1 ll I p' ev- ,uJ A. ; AJ WJOOU t tl. n III rl Ac 10 u mo,, lut: a IuR At naA,0UQ0U000t 't' IeLLC¢ and a,s0qoonauo rual+ I'u he ,: docetl to anhey altd ~Rnhs. ' Ucc - t.11111111 , 1 Iolern difi tr'btt, . OoC IiReent I Kolod HAVANA TOBACCO Dragones 108 HAVANA M•,A~wyvvx.xwrrmrx.vrn' I. LEBLANG & SON, Inc. IMPORTERS OF HAVANA AND PUERTO RICO PACKERS OF CONNECTICUT TOBACCOS ylll IVeetchester Ave. New York, N. S'. T.1: DArt.a 6.6019 LESLIE PANTIN & SON Cne utea Merskute TOBACCO AND CICARS e.wb.. 31. ail. Cee..• 9a. Jr st. Na.a... Ceba ROTHSCHILD - SAMUELS - DUIGNAN, S. A. HAVANA TOBACCO Dra6..e. 196 C.W. "5slep.ek" H...a.. C.b. What New York bank is "first choice" of so many tobacco business executives? The bank with more than half a century's experience in serving the specialized iteeds of the tobacco industry... IRVING TRUST COMPANY am f :.I ~ , e Ido- . . In '611, . - ldc,,rilI about RI nr bl= -. V of u. •illbuyu . ti•l.tpla, Inp enrdal New Hampshire's Tax Yield Increases During February CONCORD, N. 11., Trersday - The 11Ie of tob: Id ta t'.r ;. ielded the =ow af \ew Ilnnp.i a total of $20N,tl5d for Pabruary. Thl. 0 algh i ., ,,.uthe %'luu,6:15 t l~ fn,.h~e~iine II:I, of I,LSP \ .t i4unp _ - Lhe. t 1l',Isct~JmY1 1atIP1 I N5:i totaled S2,II;1,tll'J, eumYared tiith tule sof $?,1113,Y63 for thc svne per,- od in the Drevlous ycel'. NRK YOItK Ohio Reports Cigarette Tax Decrease During February C01.DMI/CS, OHIO, Tcesdny - A ta I f {lJ7l3Ci ~K"ttc c- VO.tll Ir- tatefnthe h f Il l'na't 1953, mpated :t I 4. gl ,,23.Ia0 L~II .ad dt LnK thc a,e n~nnla in ]i/y2 T1tlx ip n II of $l8,361. T t I ' cc f- ig ett r fo* tl 3nJn.t ' c t bd 113,ITM, t.-ie of o,(? per eent ovar that of the samc periac. in 1953. DuMaurier Agency Named C,b, ToI r0. Tew Sotk .f..t- -,, ha J t I.:nted Uopd llnne Bernburh, ]a.., of New Yurk, to hnndlc a erti.ing of tile cout.n., Uu Nau_ler f.lrmsigarette>. JUNCO f3 CIA. GROWERS, PACKERS AND STRIPPERS OF LEAF TOBACCO WE SPECIALIZE IN REMEDIOS LeaHad 1013, Heve.ne, Oube Ceble: "Pellejeru." vln+s+s/srvs+s+ti< ~wm~s+sNw S. RUPPIN, Incorporated r.ck.r- af PUERTO RICO and HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO 165 Fmut Str.ee Carlo. III 613 60 T.tuaa St. N- Yark Na.ane, Cab. 9an Ju.a P. R. Telapkaa., WHA.WI 3.9735 Cdl. Addrnn JOSE TORANO y CIA., S en C. Packers and Dealers of Havana Tobacco A... 31_.. 1&eli.ar 161. Cnra.r 111 5,1 Cabl., •ooTORANO- HAVANA, CUBA 58683438
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54 UNITED. STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL March 16, 1953 THIS IS TAMPA f5r JOSE P. PEREZ fdA1PA F14 T.-h fh e 2953" f--ttrr n,nl, ftill,,x-. : e hKU e. a. 1e. af <aKar atv:np> in CI. A.... .. -_,fi40.tA5 1,la fur the , onth of Pebrn.:ry have ~I I° -- F01 U?A t bem 'eW red n.... vi~K nn mr u„e I ... 1 idl 65N am of cl I~ ... R'MII.,ILO 1,596.140 n, r the 111.1 m h u4/1tv I:Ilhal~'J[.'Fc=:n:thn"= ('1 F 'L'11.5'IS t` tl:c liKU:-u a( t'I, C....... ..11 I,x!!C J 0 .'. f,r11l -11 . - 17. II-c r•I1 1 • ca'I'I tn. 'IOldl ..... BItlH 111J In I c tht I- f LI f t ; A._ .. 1.2 11,14t Iwn : r 1. cf 1953 h Hure af lRc n R.. -...- °-1/ . an:e / c~ I.f LISi, I Y 1 , re find t c.. ud'3t-..' (hnl th f IFving nh ' d 6.ln,-Ch,. . I) .- .' 1,01. -A-LJL{1A8Clasr H of,n?11 Fb : Fl .. .G1' .. 11- ! Itl tJ r I ( ~, F .- 1,3: . 'I'he foll 1, •h, I II..- C ... .. s,f-1 liltul .. . -. dh a .:. a.: - -- A to th ,: p IOtiAI. . ... A `I, I h'et t L_ STS t L... : 71 t . I, '. th fi t rLh. f 15a1 by _ ~ I h kng tF fil, ~ o[Fca:l: 152, Ith, OL; doflh.va .Plod,f19'U th th f I I a n e+h ' I, u+- C la . A 1 I S I W',S 3u &I W of 1 u0 by 16,302, I 19N - 1JY' a Iahead of 1948 bc 15,483,799 Class B 600f0: Clunn D 1'. 9t. (.oraalez, of A nado Gotzasz & a,d (.II.a G-nSAU'. S, i:IacAfru,nCuba.Hcmldme0a. The Ldlv+9ny h ,d los.es CI '.' C pi~act'cally all of the wrapl in :he --L u",IOG, LF.: E-1L{JI'5, and P,,:tida =ecl un ale 'n the Lan=.:md t'IL.n Is - i-LHi. that the pottiurn uf the elbp :vhlrl- w r. . I.- repn:-t is the.-eeund munth , nK t.. hle c red :I v hza he n ,f 114L 1 o-m haVDv ¢ aay that .'_ the autendel >u tie s: d th- Vualta cmp u.th '.vl ch 'R rpa hav I ok= 1'4 t and hcnRL, iTh ,c , h PPW : ct~:ra Ihan i0. Ih , nwlly Lvt , of elu l_ p. rth= ,f ngo. 'PL. mbU Cndc ntnr d ttz t tl - Ta : pa Iob u, I ft_au[n_he1.--tr.nintha:fthl. T:dde'rlit?uu„IlonchennntTh,l-, ~ NJ,nl.tut np:uul : N', d:p, p,c.~JW I: L.,~ I, lav.. L tl. ;. e L,r 4Se se 1>c I: d of Iast i'arfeclo Gv, k Hrn - 1 aar told Cnat y a Ih is : - of 'A159Ld.1,. f t t K::usts. The tmdfig ~ Lv cla=xef, III 1 xpent u.l rR le+l ' ek In Qutne; PLASTIC TOBACCO POUCH WITH ZIPPER Aremted Grei RETAIL 59~ II.ual Trode Disuoune WALTER E. SIMON ~Y {• + ~ "~ 16 E. 23rd St. New Yurk 10, N. Y. "~ I:nnu,:,, n,d M.nu1.,:urrr.' xewewn~a,,. IMPORTED NOVELTIES • AMBER GOODS • CHERRY WOOD HOLDERS • PORCELAIN PIPES • MEERSCHAUM GOODS • FANCY CIGARETTE HOLDERS ERNEST LIND Iml•^rer a/ PiPr. and Smub.i Arriclc: 49 W.rt 23U, Str..1 N.. Yark 10, H. Y. J:e fnik- In the eIKtL~-hl. tio : urpxcltY a6cut At B::dd P ~ I~~ ... :._. s__ ~ e, uau '_ unt of Oc 9rm..'. I~rnlir.Y il.y I ~. .,. - mg Fnd ' I'e ,uu, lnanufnr- y t' k H ed ( I Ih -gl- tn 1. ntil he lacalne x h:eh : adc :.L nf elg,. ,.I. 1Ttedent f tl n 1:/51. ' to - inL lhv le Fun IJI' +I >lun = 1d.t a record I lhiah~ f IY a ia I` bny, M,.liudd ha<I i 1 I ~tr,n InK, if nnt h :KU ,W audsult_ aco::. - 'tI'leunnl, J.--,.,li,..uu, 1'tG , f I.• - ~ r II 1 end R.:11 1A1il- II I, I f- - SD H. Al l11 e: nc t I Lh. t-,... . II pl n d oine a.' I f H ' A Iip' 1ai y I h in ... h krtv le 'll nnt (I'iny tnth the h nls uf Joe N dele. lll the.c ,ld 1,:ell'. Helun Spiv, .4tt Fnel tn I.f.~. o .v hc I-,:ecded s a:d se n M. Ytlllan. Alcn ut the U,hle - Ic t e F +em.-. In -' Gur Bel uI vs v n, Harold, of m c h_ ,. c.. + p,..prr- NILt v Ueb,a 1 I vn , Cu., n Ha- Flv. I I JIi_ h. HI thc Idlam f"cing.loe Spltx, , f Lh. u t 1, ~ 1' 'uncd I tdur, T Iur Cn., who at.,wed .: tl _ I k~1 p I I': h~ -h r=he plan., i: the n: y , gnr and re I'h.:'e n _ 1 ' d e b' ahfal pleu'n I I n:aA rx Jn.e l, l: , th t his LL K'oo - u- J I lL t 16 of l -. m r`°a' p 11 t hho]-t .: hled 4'ch Alo,g ab t:5kh hlr. liodd cured Le Wa=I,n.ryto t oot in the Gu:f last 1 v s of Nallu- AIntphr .,, rale= Sunday- wge th-Iru'h.rdme.: . arA. LeoHelt.ofLcoH.lSatt'fobucauCn., ltlc l,u on t,c f, x Plo idn yaeen, t~l,I n.e that lia wife w...Hll confined uhieh .e1L for U cunt+, nnd I'ne I.ord Ip Lteir ho:nc nith n u In attavd- Clinton..vl'h ~-clt= fer 6 auntr, e, 1,t that in II v past wek rnc F«d W'nile I a vi+itinK the BvJd fur- :hawcd c mldernble ' mp o n-ent. , li Ma phy tol e he I,.rd I. .'xilinlf IL t ,, nnd Li& wife. I , eloLnv I 1':o, C W i(:: nj cd : c.h I, .. ed Lo n Jte h : aldd be ka.'ng : a fte' daYa to nt- Il l:emcnt h. . ..,., to :vake, a.. tecd the N, tmn : Al n. 1n1 „ of Tobao althouKh he : oceti t es I e w Illntribnlu., :, ,ant' r t Ath„nz ~. ; ,qu he •Ill Ilendlnt; tu I - City, N- d0 l,., 1, the ... , r l, the conve satien, A[ the Ia=t elt[Iloe ::f :,Hiuerl nf l:el .I nc he. : L:inK'n RI'oa' les. Ba Id OxN Co., 1.'uwn \hn : . exAe thi.- ..... netarY :. . trrnun:oi "f J~u Saw KaH H:,thC. af Cadsde finn. TiiL vrg ,., 1- tlor c)t- Leaf Td i Cu-op. whu told n e he standinc ;nlya:m• he ini ,od the 13odd rvt ,.".c urolrK alu:de roLacen and is finlL HARKEMA, Inc. furmerly J15KOOT & COMPANY, Inc. TOBACCO BROKERS of Foreign and Domestic LEAF TOBACCO 60 WALL STREET T.Lpb.n. W9ireb.p..SHf NEW YORK 5, N. Y. C.bW: xLiOL69 N6WTOx6 George F. Gershel CIGAR LEAF TOBACCO BROKER 99 PRATT STREET HARTFORD, CONN. MAIN Or•r"1cE: W"HITEI0AD & ANDDRBONI. Inc. WILSON, N. C„ U. S. A. BRIGHT TOBACCO I COMMISSION MERCHANiS AND EXPORTERS BRANCH PLANT LUMBERTON, N. C. J. B. Racntr.., Jr., M[r. 68683440
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46 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL March 16, 1953 NATD Highlights of Show, Convention At Atlantic City During Entire Week IC'o,:tinucd frnm Put(e 51 Hasev-PaoI C, r.. In.., Ft lVay , - -_ _ = Ind„ Presldiag, uuger. ]mports, Inc., of Nmv York- Breakfast-Meellnv of tewn w,wca Adhe..,: -Yomh Pultle Relatiut, tim, of Toha«e r1l-tltut ' G a:ul Indu.tp'," 1!e Ilarden F., Guld- Itoom (ard PI.), Ritr: Cnrltoe Ho0.4. .tein, e., iate d'vc¢m of NATD. Pre•idene I[abort P. Bell, of Bel- Iatroduutnry Commenc.: b> H. K, ;ICn liill Clgm , Cedur Raptds, Ioxv, SnitL. .Ih., uf Jim. Swi~'nrr & Sovn pre,i2inK. Ilm., Je,e'aswvillq PI:1. Hr.aklu.Ftieeting aI tbe I'enn,ylVanla ttuc.t "malwr'. "Y-ml, _ Ani ,t., latioa: uf 'I'ebacno Diah4butura, G IIa 9 ytI1 y M Rnluuk•t- liomn 12h I lat t'1.1 Ambacsadm lh'., >.act'.u 4uvre:.,rv ef II- S. llotci. 1'readcnt ArthmP. SchuRe, Uvparlm uf Co,.. . ef ArthmF. Sdmltz Co., ISVie, Pa., -'1'ho Labo. I'H ufeu Jun r Es- pr nidinc. 'KIlh:yle.(obaikl'StNf,t'y, CII:eSth'g A- ved a-J mo I Iuh G/ eelaHO: pf ToL:-, DSsVUbotnrs . fm, of Josephl'. 3lanning Co., Boa- Ituam 107 (lst FL), Ambwssador r Madi, u"d Jvllus It. 'Cych, of Irotel. Presldenu Laoa Gldeon, of The iuprrlor Illspla.> Ina., BuNOn, hLe", Baren>mn Gi., Benton Ilarbor, Mieh., Kolodny Joni,u Ezocutivn Auhiere- presiding. tent AwnM- Ptea..ntztim, by RrdP~t 9mu A. M. S. Williams, af Faber. Cne & Gregg, 1 e p.etion -, Main Lnbby, Conven. Inc, New- York, N, Y„ and Pbxir- ' gis . tlor. Hall m , a' ~ of the awlud eummlvtee. t0:00 A. M. 12:15 P. M. Lunuheau aud Special Pcrfm'mance NATD A4orkshop Se,sion: "RC-evalu- : •luvenile Jm'y, with Jaek Bar- atinN Our Smokersl Aecesem'ias and of , i he f ~ATD Ladies (for Snndrles Prnduas Y'hinking".,Meet- ry ladiee n honorooly)nor . a . Amerlean Room, ing Roon~. R, Convention Hall. Chnir- 'Baymorc Hate-l. Comkesy 1t..J. Rey- =nan: Samuel Jt, Hfrseh, of J. N, n.~lds Tabaeeo Co. Hil,,eh, Atlan:n, Ga, t 0 ' l Operatinu the Model W'holesale Tobxo- eo House .. )feaang Rnam A (adja- uent to Convuntion Hall 9tagel. - Sewnd Sewian. Staffing the Bu,' 4A0a.An I'-]I.-Salex Slaoagemuut I'vliclcs ruul Curnpcnsatlun. Chnio- : Hrouc Y1rlutosb, of the Jones- mnn 3L9nWSh 'Cobsccn On, Wotertowe. .V, }'. Slwnkcn Ralph S. Willixms, af Febw', Cu.: &(Ire¢K. Inr.. Neu' Ym~k, N. 1'. AA05:'-0 P. YI-Servieh,g Cnstem- ..er.. la) Brug Stmea; Ihl Groce='y - store.', (r) Statinnery and Clgar Stmes; Idl Mtdriplu Units; (c) )1is- eellaneeu=- Cha[rman: Juhn Grltiln, o stan,, ostan, Maa,, of J. P. Munnlr•g Co. B Speaker: Ger.von N. IL;KOw, of the Federal Rice DruM Co,. Pitt*burgh, Pa. ,:20-6:uo P. M,--Perso[nel Rele- tlons. Chairmau'. Don Wiggins, of W'Iggins & Son,. Inu-, Independence, Gans. Sped+er: Bernard J. SehaR- nu, of Flnkz & Co., Denvec Colo. 4:30.6:30 P_ M. R.<option in Honmof NATD Wmnen's Divialon . . TrIn1P.e llall, Claritlge Hotel Ifar ladie, onlyl. Featuring Dmvt6y Cnlline, Snooky Lat RaYn:und &'otG June Valli, Russcll Arms Cuw:esy The Ameriuan To- ba ro Co. WEDNESDAY, ]LARCH 18 6:30 A. M. Brevkfasc-Meetirg of Ameriexn Surok- Ing Pipo ]Sanufactueees' Assouiatiun, Itoams 2 actl 3, Hotel Dennla. Chalr- : Georye St- .John, president of Extensiw of Sundry Lines, by Sam. uel J. Smallmaq of I. Smallman & Sons, New Yor'x, N. Y., and 1. C. Lagros, of the Slruliek-Txylor Co., Wneeling, W, Vu, (h) We Ha o ta Ite.evaluute Cur 'rhinkinK Abnut the Orientatiot•.and Trnining of the Salesmen or ~9er- chundsere Respnnsible for Selling St'.ndry FonJ,, hy Chas. 6. Rernag- han, of 1.. F- Watcrman Co., New York, S Y., and Bcrnard A Mar- tin, of Caphal Clgsr, ffi Tubaceo Co-, Ir.e., Waxhlrgton, Il, C. (e) Wa H.vve to Re-evelw,te OmThinking u, Regards Adequute Sun- dry Merehandising Technique.v, by John 1'. Des ltele, of Ronsou Art He:ul W'mka, Newark, N. J., and Erl Cady, of Myers-Cox Co„ Du. buquu, Iuwa. (d) We Have to Re-evaluate Our T6inktng Aboot Dludern Packaging of Sundry Produets, by Charles H. FiachLerg, of Charlee II. 9'ischherg & Co., Ltd., New York, N. Y., and Irwin 0. Sehiller, of Northern To- bacco & Candy' Cu,. Bay City, Mieh, (e) We Hnve to Re-evaluate Dur Thinking About Mark-Ups aod Rnto uf Turmver When hfarketing .Sun- dry Ilems, by Charles DelL~ch, New Ymk, N. 1'., and T. M. Kildow, of W, H. Kildow Cn„ Ti1Bn, Ohio. (fl We Have to Rc-evaluste Onr Thinking .Sbauc the Number of Calls a Conventlonal Salxsman Can Make Ylhile Promobing and Selling Svn- dry Products, by M. J. Dunne, of 'felechrm, Department, General Elec- the Amerivan Smoking Plpe Mano- tric Co., .4shland, Mass., and Hal B. faeturet5' 9ssuciation. Paddoek, of Lhe A. S. Gooddch Co., erenkfastllceticg of Indiana Assacia- \tilwaukee, Wis. lion of Tobarco Distribucors .. Rttz (g) The Malmer in Whieh NATD Room (6rd F:.), Ritz-Ca,imn HnteL Members Are tlannful oo the Pipe President Paul F. Ycrgens, of the Bueiness, by Heary J, Lavietes, of ua e ul :00-6:00 P. M. ta) We Have to Ro-eva 4 Thiuking About the Rroadening and Hemy, Lconard & Thomas, Inc„ In 12 15 5 P. M. or'eensbnrn, N. C. L,meheon (nenwlc Ifor lasaex may), NATD Cigar Workslrop, Secund Ses- Rensissance and Vonetian Rooms of ' . Meeting Room A, Conven- Ambassador Hotel. Coorteay Brenn tion Holl- Chairman: GenKray Dels- & W1111amemt T baccu Corp. l, of liuthenberg & Sehloea C1gar 2:00 P. M. 'f Rooni Cu., Karuas City', Mo, Card 1'arty (lud'mn on)y).- 5 m la) Re-evalueting Our Thinking on und Imangc, .4mb>saador llotel- the Retmn uf Lnsalable Cigars, by 2:30<i00 P. M. Anthorp Florex, of Cmral W d:k 01 .~ E g t Model Wi I cale TuL o- y Ce Tampa 1'Ix and Irvin6 L rn Il:u_e . DIecC glt i A, (xdja- Sehwaa, of Wallzce & Sehwarz Co., er.t to Conventlon HaS Stage). Clevulsnd, Ohiu. 'rhird Srlslun: ltumdng thc Bvsl- (b) Re-evaluating Our Thinking Re- e e68:15 P. bl.-?rlateriai. Handling garding Diversifleatimn of ProducU 2 or Hrands, by WelteK. Lyon, of and 0.'arehuus:n¢- Chuir~nan: Pav, 1'ernstnte ClgwCurP. Phdadelph a 6 Luv:n uf L dr I. T"'ze[o & CumJy Pa and P.idmril C P n ie> of tl.e tt, Gra ul Itupld. Mi,.h. SPeakel . D. E. Shaw Co., Wnrmstcr, Muse. Handln Briggs• nf Picdmont Cigai (e) Ru-evaluating Our Thinking on Co., High Polnt, N. C. the Stntus of the Indusv'y, by Carl If:lS-4:00 1S D1.- 3Tipping, Recelv- Carlson, of Gatcm y Vega New ing d Ut'1 at' f EquPment. York, N, Y., and Wil:iam Sehwarta Ch l : J. Ren Fdaard•. Jr. of The Keilson Co., Cinuinnaq, Ohio. Speaker n Wm, R, Hagman, of the Qp Re-evaluating Our Thinking u agman Cendy Co., Plt:ahargh, Pa. an 4:00-6:00 P. M. the Propcr' Way of Prescnting CL ll ag m gors ta the Puhliq by Frank Hepe- NATD Candy Workshop Ses,lon: •'Re- wu11, of P. Lorillerd G'., New Yark, evaluating OmCandy and Confec- N. Y., and Bert P. CunninKham, of tionel-v Thinking"..hteeting Room B, Henry Straus Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Cunvention Hall. Chairman: Thumas (e) Ite-evuloating Our Thinking an S. Coaperl of Shlpton & Payne, Phil- the Self-Sorvice Trend in Mercharv adclp9ia, Pa. di.ing, by Bernard Sless, of Rayuk lal Re-evaloating Our Thinking as :o Clgars, Inc., PhiladelPhia, Pa., and the Precise Sloantng of "Direct Bcy- David Vilwrvl, of .Serantvn Tobacen Ing" Privi!eges. What Are They? by Co., Serantml, Pa, Peter T. Wood, of the Walter Haker (fl Re-evaluating 0'ar Thinking on Choc. and Coeaa Divisian, Genernl the Practice of Ovevloud'mg Cusvm- Foods Corp., ard Lnuis B. Fontar,a, ers, by Harley W. Jefier,on, of Wait: of Fentana Drus., Detroit, )Sich. & Bond, Inc„ Newark, N. J., and Ib) Rc~vaPear.ng Our T'ninking in :Ge Charle A. Rubey, of P. J. Rnbey Area of Sales Repre,entutinn, by F- Co., Chicago, Ill. H. Hansrom, of Walter H. Sohnsan THE PERFECT POCKET HUMIDOR that daes whalolher peuthes daim they dul Xltey dklp,un Illnrhw;.p Hum t pal.m.dt Imld. ~Ilw, ,.^IN sehllv Ioe.IM1.r wb.n IF. pu.Nh h aipp.d ,hm. VISIT US V. A. T. D. SHOW RWY IlY ATLANHC CITY [OYV&iT10N RAIL MARCH 16th Wfe 20th sv ww HUI11flTIC" 76< 7oiaev Pe..,,4 a,•r4 Datierwt up-seetcn' Prote<ua.r Keeps Tobacco _A Fresh! PROGRESSIVE LEATHER GOODS CO. A a1.61on ot S.en LWtl:v P.vEUCU W. ]p N. iM\ atrrr, N.. Y.ra 1. N. T. 68683432
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~ WHERE TO BUY --- WHERE TO SELL 1 / The Concerns Listed Below May Well Be Described as a Blue Book of the Tobacco and AIGed Fields Where The Magnitude Of Selling Power Is Reflected CIGAR MANUFACTURERS American Tobacco Co. ...111 Fifth Ave„ New York AMB-A-'Pip Cig r Co., .......... Red Lion, Pa, Aeeoeiated CigS,t' Co. ......... Dallastuwn, Pa. a yuk Cigera, Inc„ 9th &-Columbia Aves, Phlla. Pa. Bo6row Brae., 22 South Fifth St., Philadelphia, Pa. Braoke & Co, T, E, .......... ...Red Lian, Pa. Budd Ciea>; ~o- ........ . Buincy, Fla. Congrese Cigar Co. .,.647 Fifth Ave., N. Y. Consolidated Cigar Corp. ... 67 West 441h St., N. Y. Corrul, Wodiska y Ce. .............. Tompa, Fla. DWO Cig r Corp. ............... Detroit, Mich. f2deral Cigar Co . ............. Red Lion, Pa- Fendrlch Inc., H. ........ Evansville, Ind. Fleming-RLII Dir„ U. S. Tab. Co., 630-6th Ave. N.Y. S. Friedzr & Smu Co., 319 No. llth St., Phila., Pa. C. H. P. Cigar Cn. ......... ,647 Fifth Ave., N. Y. Garcia & Bros„ Perfeetu . . Tampa and Chicago Garcia y Vega ...... 670 7th Ave., New York City General Cigar Co., Inc. 119 W. 40th St., New York Gu~ert Pinar del Rio ....90 E. 20th StL, New York Colden, A, J„ .„ „P. 0., Box 1423, York, Pa. Graboaky Bros. .. ...3rd & Vine, Philadelphia, Pa. Hanover Cigar Ca . ............Pevth Amboy, N. J. Havatamoa Cigar Co . ..............Tampe, Fla. Herman, Harry E .. ................ W indear, Pa, Klein Co., D, Emil .... 460 Fourth Ave, New York Kappel, Jacob, 226 JeRersan St., Perth Ambsy, I1. J. newie Cipar MIg, Co., I. .. ... NewaAL, N. J. t:pmnayd Ca., Iuc., P. ....119 W. 40th SL, New York Mail Pouch Tobacco Co. ..,,Wheeling, West Va. M. & N. Cigar Manufacturera ....Cleveland, Ohio Margan Cigar Co. ._ ............... Tampa, Fla, Pelieio, F„ y Cis„ S. A„ Meximo Gomez 61, Havane Parodi Cigar Cu. ............ , Screnton, Pa. Pennztnte Oiga Carp, Allegheny & Boudi~ Regenahurg & Sons, E., 468 Fourth Ave., New ]'ork San[aelln & Co., A„ . 1906 N, Armenia Ave., Tampa, Fla, Starlight Bros., Inc., 165 Paeaaic St., Pasnaic, N. J. Sullivan, Inc„ R. G. .....Maneheeter, N. A. Swieher & Son Juo, H. ...........JaekaanvlLLe, Fla. T~m~a C'tgtr E., . 260E I2th St, Tampa, Fla. '1467Iea & Co., M., 701 S. Petera St., New Orleane, La, Ven SIyke th Hartan, G. W., ......Red Liov, Pa. Waitt ! Bond, Inc. .......................... ,. 1180 Raymond Blvd., Newark, N, J. Webster Tobacco Co., Inc., 187 Mediaon Ave., N. Y. Winter & Co., J. C . ................Red Lion, Pa. Yo<um Brae . ......................Reading, Pa, TOBACCO, CIGARETTE MFRS. American Tobacco Co. ....111 FHth Ava„ New Yerk Benson A Hedipe........ 600 Fifth Ave., New York Brown & Williamson Tob. Corp, ....LauieviRe, 1Cy. DIR Co., J. G. ,. ...... Richmond, Va. Fleming-Hell Div., U. S. Tobac~p o., ., ....... . 680-6Th Ave N , w York Larua & Bro. Co. ..P. 0. Box 1616 RicbmV~. Liggett & 3Syere Tob, Co 690 Fifth .we„ New Ymt~ LorRlard Co, Inc., P, I1Y Weat 40th St., No orRY Mail Pouch'J`obacco Cn. ... VV-heeting Wut Ve, Hiddletan, John, Inc., 3rd & Walnut 3t.., Pbdadalo!ia Morris & Co., Ltd., Philip. 1oU Park Ava, New Yeh Reynolds Tobecco Co., B. J., . Winetun-SClem, N,C, Riggio Tobacco Corp., ..Brightweter. L I„ N. YY liusselll James B., Ine......... 150 W, ddth St, N. Y. Sobrame, Ltd. ... . .......... London, England Stephano Bros. ,.1014 Walnut St., Philsdelphia, P. Sugar Barrel Aesac. ....236 S. S.d St.. Phila., Pa. Tobacco Blending Corp. P.O.B. I1Ug, LouievWq Ky. Tnbin Tob, Co., R. R. 406 E. Woodbridge Sk, Detroit Ouited Statee Tobacco Ca., 630 Fifth Ava, New Yo.k COMMISSION MERCHANTS Ancher, Inc., E. J., 4 Hanover Sq., New York N. Y. Hail & Cotton, Inc., 811 Sp, 7tb St.. LeuiaN(e. Ky. Harkema, Irs ...... 60 Wall St., New York 0'Brien ! Co., IS. J., 816 W. Main 9t., IatuavlHa, 8y. Pantin ! Soa, Leelie .,.,E.aobar, Rt„ 101, Havaua Joae P. Perex..1426;5 Eael Broadway, Tcmpa 5, FL, Pallack & Co., San Carlot y Panalvar, Havana, Cnba Tobeeeo Hrokere Cory. ......70 Pln. St. Ns York CIGAR LEAF TOBACCO Adler & Dobkin, 218 Hartford Rd., Mancheater, Conn. American Frescati Tob, Service, Stapleton, S.1., N. Y. America Sumatra Tob, Co., 66 John Street, N, Y. E. M. Bekkeda] & Co., Ine. .......... Westby, Wiac, Connecticut Leaf Tobacco Co., „ Harttord, Cann. Cueto, Torano y Cis, „Eetrelle 107-109, Hevans Connecticut Leaf Tobacco Co.. .................. ...... . ... . . ... . 209 State St., Hartford, Conn . Cullman Bros., Ine. ......161 Front St, New York Dfaz & Co., J. H. ..... ,............... . Paseo de Marti (Prado), 615, Hevane Duys! Co., Inc., H. ......76 Beaver St., New York lilm Lcaf Tobnacu Co., 170 F,ant St., New YmR City Irrlend & Co. - ._ . 170 Water St„ New Yark PullmRueeell 'Potr ecu Co. .. W ind_or Lacks, Conn, Genhel, Geurge F. ....99 Pratt St„ Hartford, Cann. Conzelez & Cu., C, 79 Wall St., New York 5, N, Y. and 1052 Padre Varels (Belaecosin) St., Asvane Gonxalez, Sobrinoe de A.,,,,luduatrie 410, Havana Greenwald Louis ,,..206 State S0., Hertford, Comt. GriRiu-FUtler Tnd Co., 226-229 State St., Hartford Haae & Co, L. B..... 152 State St., Hartford, Conn. Hamburger Bros„ & Co., In<., 187-91 Water St., N. Y. Hartmao Tobaceo Co., 287 State St., Hartford, Conn, Hershkavitz, Chas, .,44 Market St., Hartford, Conry Hofor Tobacco Carp, ,. .99 Wall St., New York Holzman Bros„ Inc., 171 Water SL, N.w York City Imperial AgrieWtural Carp. ...... Hartfnrd, Conn. Inter-Trede Tob. Corp., ...,..600 Fifth Ave., N. Y. Junco y Cia. ..........Lwlted 1080, Havana, Cuba Kienboeeh, C. O. ........186 Froot St., New Yy~y Koelr, lne. ......... .., 70 Pino St., New Yorl Kohn Bros. Tob. Co., 23 Howard St, Hartford, Cono. Eutinaky & Kleban .,,..172 Frant St., New Ymk Lebiang & Son, Ina, 1„ 907 Weateheeter Ave., N. Y. Mann, Jr., A, K., 301 Harriaurg Are., Lancaater, Pa. Mcintoeh, Robon B. ..............Edgerton, Wis, Meerapfel & Son, E, Wall St., New York kfaneudee y Cia..... Amietad & Barezlone, Aavana Meyer & Men l}ohn, Inc., 156 John St., New York MinkoR Leaf ab. Co . ........................ ..226 E. Grmt St., Lanueter, Pa. Mokreecky & Sona, Peter P., .,No. Hadley, Maee. Sfontero, Hi)oe do Diego .. .. .......... .. Figurae 182, Havnna; 82 Beaver St, N. Y. 6 Natianal Tobatta Commiseian .. Havana Cuba Netherlaode :ndiee Pzoduce Corp.,70 Pioe St., N. Y. Nortbern Wisconsin Leaf Tobacco Co. ..... ..203 West Lake St., Chicago, III. OBq Jr., Inc, Card, ..,,;a9 W. 46th St., New York Rapaport & Boq E. .2d6 State SL. Hartford, Cenn. Rothxhild-Samuale-Dul¢nen, S. A..... Havena, Cuba R,S.D„ Ina .............. .. 165 Juho St., N Y. Ruppin, Inc„ S. ........ 166 Front St. New York Sarluy Import Co. . 13]-33i Front St., liew York Shepard & Smi, A. N. ...... .flartford, Conn, Sheperd Co., J. E. .,.,,,Bou[h Windaor, Cenn. Steur & Oo.,ine. J. A. C,,,...70 Pim 90., New York Btreue ! Co., 1ne., K., 801 N. Srd Bt. PhBaddphle Toledq Harac/a .......... Salud BID, ~Iavana, Cube Torano y C1a. ,,,,Fmtralla 167-187, Havana Cube Toraae y Cie. Juxq Ava. Simon Hulfvar 182, ftsaan. Wedelee Hrot. ..,.Chieallo, HL, and Hart[Ord, COnn, Wet.mn. Tob.cco Corp. ....,,..... .,,......... 274 Broad St., Manch®ter, Conn. Windsor Shade Tnh Co„ ................. ............ISa weoalana sc, H.rv,~coon. (CICARETTE AND OTHER TYPES) Auatin Co., Inc., The ........ Greeneville, Tenn. ChinsAmerican Tobacce Co. ..Rocky Mount, N. C. Commonwealth Tobacco Carp. ................. ..801 S. Fourth St., Richmond Va. Dominton L.af Tob. Co., P.0.B,1009, Richmond, Va, Fieklev Tobaeeo Co., E, B., ., Greenville N. C. HsH & Cottoq Ine., 211 So. 7th St., LouiavJle Ky. Hofur Tobaeeo Co. ..... ,99 Wall St., New Yark llaury Leaf Tob. Co., P,O,B. gBe, Rtehmond, Va. Morrie Toh Co. J. B .. .............Riehmo Va. Olie, Jr, kee- p~ea7, . B16 38 ]6~u4St, [~nu ~~ 0'Bdev Cn„ ~. 7. .. eBb,. R9. Tob.om TrWinC Cary ............ Iaia~i]1q $y. Univeeeal Leat Tob. Co. New Yaek; R.nM Yre. Whitahrd A A.d.rwe, Iaa ...,,.WBens, x, 0 A Trade Directory Of Leading Firms In Thesejti$& PIPE MANUFACTURERS Comoys of London,Inc., 620 Fifth Ave., New York Kaufmann Bros, & Bandy, Inc., 630 Fifth Ave., N. Y. $aywnodie Company ....690 Fifth Ave. New York Blsten Pipe Co., ............ Seattle, ~Veshingtoo Knickerbocker Smeking Pipe Co- ._ ..,. .- ..21 Washington St., Bronklyn, N. Y. Marxtpey PiPea, Se¢, ,.....27 W.24th St, New York Pioneer PipY L`n. 1817 Pnt~n9 m Avn. Brua~CYvn, N. Y. arzrn, Inc, L, CH. ,...E6 Peal RrookYyn, N. Y SUPPLIES AND MISCELLANEOUS American Decolcomanie Co., ... ... Chicago, II!. Ameriean Frssuti Tobacco Service . ..Fnreign Trade Znne, Scapleton, S I., N. Y. American Safety Razar Co., .......,....,... 315 Jay SL, Brook:Yn, N, Y. Autokrata Bmi Co.p, ,... .L,ma, Oh,o Buenaad-Stscey, Ine ....60 Ea,t J2nd St.. New York Cedar Prod Co. ........ Lake RonkOnkama, N. Y. Cuba Mail Line, Peot of w'all St., New York. N. Y. Diamond Match Ca. ........New York aod Chicago Diprraft Mf¢, Ca..1238 Voacamp St., Pittshurgh, Pa. Ecueta Paper C.............. Piegah Forest, N. C. Evans Co., E. B., American & Linpinwlt, Phila., Pa, Felton Chem. Co., 599 Johnson Ave„ Brooklyn, N. Y. Floraeynth Lahoratories, Ine ...... Bronx, N. Y. Gair Co., Rabert ........ 155 E. 49th St., New York Globe Metal Mfg. Co., ..... .. ,. . Ameriean & Yor~ Streets, Philo., Pa, Hankecraft Co . ................ Reedeburg, Wie, Aamen H[q. Cc., A, L . ... ................. ..50A9 Ravenswaod Ave_ Chieaeq iLL. Irving Trust (io..........1 Wall SL New York Keltreider Box Oo. ... .. ....Red Lian, Pc. Kellen, Lea i........901 Na 4 RL, St Peter, Minn. g1.M Royal Dutch Lines ..6]2 Pifth Ave„ N. Y. 6tacAndrewr A F-ber...2n0 Fifth Ave., New York Patriarca Srore Fimtures, Inc., .,. ..... 221 Admiral St., Providence, R. h Raynolde Meteb Co. .............. RRichmond, Va, Rowe Mfg. C'm .. .. ........hippany. M, ]. Rural Gas Service, Inr. ........Weetfieid, Maee, Schweiteer. Peter J.. Ine. .......... Nliraheth. N. J- Swit.cr's 6icunice Co. .... St. Louls 2, Mo. Shelnker & Som Inc., W., 126-t30 V1. 22nd SL, N.Y. Uviveral Chemical Co., 80 Caoper St, C.mden. N. ]. MACHINERT-LITHOGRAPHERS Amer, Air Purifier Carp. .,306 E, 28th St., N. T. American Colortype Cu. ., ..,200 Fifth Ave.. N, Y. American Mach, & Faundry Ca., 486 6th Ave., N. Y. Bright Leaf lnd„ tnc„ P.O.B. 3116 Charlottq N.C. Conaoltdated Lithographing Corp„ Carle PL,L.L,N.T Cragga, Vernon H., 330 N.Charlee St.,Baltici a lnternatlonal Bandine Mach. Co., Cer;e Pk,LI.,N.T International Cigar Machinery Co., Fleminµon, N,J Proctor ! Schwart., Inc„ 788 Tabor Rd., Phila., Pa. Scnlegel Litho Co, ...... 2nd Ave. & 22 St., N V Tobacco Machine Supply Co. ...... Linden, N. ]. SMOKERS' ARTICLES American Safety Razor Co., ......... ...... 315 Jay St., Bronklyn, N. Y. Bowers Liehter Co. ........... ,Ealamnao, Mm,.. heran Products, 13128 MontviCe P1„ DetruJ, blich, Ro¢era Impurm Ine...,,419 Fourth Ave., N<w Ynrt Simon. Wslter E. .......... 16 E, 23rd Sa, N. Y, INSURANCE BROKERS Drowxe, Inc., Russell, 116 John St., Now York 38 Hud, Drayv & Co. ......76 Maiden Lane, New York CHEWING GUM Beech-Nut Packiny Co. .,.,..Canajoharie, N, Y. Fleer Corp., Frank H. .........,.PhKadelDhfe, Py DISTRIBUTORS Manning Go, l. P. ....,. Boston, Man Aocbenberg & Schlou ,...Ean.ae Clty Ma 9hu Co.. H, /. . ... WOrteataq Yu b8683445
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March 16, 1953 irng out all the probiems thln a farmer naa m emrtund wlth. Hv -iuae Karl , ent to Qulney he h..d I~., n ln, eeted 1, a,e nnm<. Ing thnn iltheacmal fntinlnq oper;r G,n, .l he ta learn;nz thc hearlaehe,a i- vad 1 thle upenaiun. vn, 11 .]1 n. 11. gw L.hc.i' L Snn- I w I, hnp- ..e ho.r wull Iintt OtCnger i,okinr~,.nd H„raee anrty told ne ne lu.d iast W n.d fnnn, , trip np ant. L- mnd IlecrY Welnheg, J,.. , the ~ rne,er uf nnethm' mhlle hi, dad, HenrS. Sr., look, v cll znd ~xtrcmely nrtivc 1 ntfor hl+ aga ~ The fermem In the anlney a • all ,ery bu KettlnK uD thelr ehec+u~ .n'.h, n- thelr ]ilant heols : n:K n1oeK '. wId I h, u~J :h,t u tn~n,ptantinp b . . f ine~r.a~ eold stal, ~ mld-]tm ch~ Howeveq I dwrt anok thi+ Wtll be Kencrnl, . olhera hnvm told . thnl ,mles= I] . d Leil+ nd 1u. qraek-evalul 1. hcy II t.tl.t: z- 11 the 1 f 11. I ru tl lh~ tFcw .'I b. tl . 1o Ia} 1'alt f-a ehc n z. 9o to 110 ~WYS. rhe y 1 I v F I o i', w I. I1 I . ift~nne •iigh~whon ielhelztberc, .eqhw11{~ , l. .a lhu Frou nd him plenty uf Ivoi,uec und i= 'm gond aondi- tl..r. for tu,nvp:amtinK. CP w nu the ,uither hna heen n eIc-.o on tho aal s id t , particulnliy in Ihe nI n inK, nnrl the farmers ii not like thi= for .n.plantinK. ns ma: is wnen they ,- e[ro I with hlac I1. In tulk 1, lh vu,. , Vaeker. "nd -. , n r- n Quinuy. I a, of t9e impre- .rI . mat the 195:J rrop will have les. .e th I t y [ Id t 4-th t t ally h g 1'o f Ih t lhe 'll I 10 1 ent I,. ¢e.IGI 1 aI Ihe aRa.]oa: eKreed to Irrvz r u' I.aan I m1,Pr 1 pF .v r d t 1,: e.e 1' , on the Lalt~pped pl,nts ~n the hJd:~e SIrv. Tutt, of EI1 Wi1t C g u Co i- toi- II tl fallo't, c.-ili - t, , at tte fir n In,t week Jin,ny V del-vi, El' W'.t ~aFu frnmC. .le,: lr)Ai-dly.I.61 6[=r; N II c K; the W Itt f"L k4,nJ I311H 1:fl tat 'I C.I ott P 1:v W C. J h -- If. H D A ofll 1 vC' al - latn Co 1. H. tif L mc m 1 n us & Ilto. Co Jad.. m vllle: W L lfegin of Mor19e Camly Ce„ iack,anville: Kny Jonex, v e pesident ana Hnrry Chec- IeY. of Lh'hp 1[orri. & Cn. Ltd., Inc, Universal Match Features Display at NATD Conclave TheU : IFDtI C t d g un „elccme t all -1: fr e,ds I , n oth. ..N EI I dl,'.nt, de 'vATD cnn lio h ok. A n tl repre enLng the mm ill , e. b1. Fl. Fishe, P,eslde,t, I. 6tancel H. Colden; ,1. Shaplro nnd S. Wylie. Hv- dqu t, ie at the llennis Hu lel. emte 31d. BURLEY BRIGHTS and DARHS UNITED SrLrATES TOBACCO JOURNAL OUTSELLS WHEREVER COUNTER- DISPLAYED FIRST PERFECTED GOOLESS PIPE. Falcon ejects 5Ihe goo into gootrap below IMPORTED BRIAR BO W L. EACH Aero Metal spiral slem further chills the pre-cooled smoke. (Hotfer the stem, cooler the smokel) Interchange- able bowl guaranteed 1 year against burnout. Pipe weighs one ounce-super-easy on teeth! `.....~.-o-~...,....._.. 4-' ....- r . ~ GfFIaNlT6'M1'wla[ . - '=y -~ --. 3 PIPE EASEL 40__. -- 6 BOWL EASEL Each bowl glvee amoker an uxtra pipe! Bowls fit snvg w,th j turn. Ntnest Imporced Driar. 6 populer shapes un self-aelling earel. 900-E-6 • $900 UST TI is is the ramaua Counter Sale.+man" that ~ ^~ . .. s~SC m-,kee 1'ALC09 a [op ~_ aellercverywhcm Tellsthe FALCON story QUICK. 350-1-3 EASEE $1050 Llfi 55 TRENDS IN MARKETING '°"'i°n;"c=r,n l,r1em°""fha` xK DELAY NOW PREDICTED of the d li .- 1} Ih tpleal STUDIED AT CONCLAYE Ye1I"°~ albo°, le'.1"n~l~h.ndi, fair fOR EXCISE REDUCTION _ the mnvcnl.lon p='°granl svlll rmnWue nn . _ fContlnued trom Page 3) oxten.ive schedule of business s.=sions devoted tn n nzly>I, of marketing (Cnntinued front Pnge 3) E' I' L n of CI T'n'' K so h PI06 .: Wlth I..g a$ of o~1 ~ d t a t fe~l - ,f sf.nml ting s>Ie rf rK ettes nale nnee pl 1 plce l t .let.le plan ~a fm fu n l: nl p,gvan.s cl d' k t h a ' of Th s s theme w _ ph .' ed ' tlt . tap Hght sa : oi a 11 an I tele to ell t l D. 12 ' It, per 1'. x ontlvJa.phLoloLy,NAiI]n ••. Packe 1_ af.tate[ae. wlllbe .--I 1 1 t- iI t~ , 1 K N d nuior ' n~tal m the .e of Ibe the4 1K th Inneh o~ todnv Iklonl ) xI :( tt M'a cF b'L ,[ onon Con: p4 aom of tl i k II ti n PI I 'r ot o'd d 1 k . e n lll 1_be bdrhn f.. RFt,ker hnad ~h' 1 at laat CI ft _[F 'It h. 'rhe whuleale Cn d"t '1° t~.~ p -ethe e ,, ftheAJ-R I TL wn.C Itk.lerpth 4 t n f' e~ ~~ l ed w~th Ile 1. G nIDgh ~A 111 , le~ t The b.'- tmnhe b tt ' tud}.s .he the surv,vu at L, a.t an1 /... K lodny. UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOUId~ minµ the "a 1 xn I )p. . ea t cx' k .I NAL hts reorted n e 1nl,l> : rl,.. t . e -len- . . I . '.f 1 h: 1 le [ lemly ~all Ilill ntduredolr. I i t t rt h t n nd J i 6 lt p.e I,S h D th IL v.•h p . , will IJ u.' k D' gell of M hlg' d I hoII Rlud d1Y tr drv rted t., . I~ h tohnceo plod°ct, e e ould r ve t etll . 'J -dt~ jt u.e .alketmg of p.dur„ in to the luel- n eRcetDlml lo Rorld 'ythvhaml.f r,trday I~ IId. Wa111. 'th. ' k the Ile it sh ylv ' 1d I C 1. 'o t' n h-Ihlignt 1 Ih pl'- g factor In the u] the xhd : 1and the wholvealu elo, mehe°n n Tu esony, al n s tnation u the emue n dL=puce mst make the mn?t of this favoramc the convention hall, fmthe members of hetween Ways and Means Committee npportunity. He nm%t master the a=- the NATD Half_Cenlmy Clubt wontenC Chuirmzn Danlel Heed, of New York, .IKnmeno H must rise to thc uca dtv'sn funcolon; t-te usssoclation and Conges..ional l I, nsistent "I meeUngx. e d the n md SATD ban- upon balancing the federal budget Ae- The NAID, which sewlcec mare than 9uet Tlmrsdati eveninP at the clo.e uf fme anY Wxea ate redueed. 1,300,000 relall outlete wkh 5,000 dlf- the clwentien. 9ince Rupresencnive Iteed pb,oa to fe,enl produets ,mide by 51 lndnetdes. The vemmars hospitullcy ruom* force Hoase eenalderation of z blll re- feels that the Ivdepcndenc ,vWil etorn Ix of the xceos m njm hosteLies, Ir~ nni {ng imm edlate red"etions in , n it I.. e.onome po iluS>F ih tt idge T-aymme 6hel t,x rat. Ins tt ll b ked ,Itmn in yea I. I- ~:ny "Jded +" ne RIt Co1 n D[aubc ouKh-Nlen for Wte [ sources of f d zl 01 . Onn o£ tne 1 eI +tur feaumev he,n, Denn .: ,md Antbasd lot HoteL= nue xhlch ould mnke tobaeto rsa ct Lx [h h'I - K il1 b -11 6 atiea ly 1 'p't' g di?.oWt to uuance. -rhanlCe l.,-In tht p. tw" s Ppic: dtrnp thclnJo'os d,' - ention hAI f[h 1 m, r t Here tion. the more th 5,600 ' ms hz dle 1 by _ Uaa 61 :f nla .e cume the tolecco t, ..,.:ut l aalewllt bo fom SI 5r seo s 1' ys ago exhiblted in 520 IlsDhu' boothc One of .~ T, hln.. t,t u f,o rr -i. i[h trsde. 6iei IF in vew vnrk the ma>mrl'.pi ys will b a odel ro µ Tm wn the A ':[me KoinF to the N4Tll eementlon b- h-vtp-Ilk rU110 elue V' I.ul~ de. , the I-t~xeek. w AIInLIe OItS- aet of neer~':I a~~rl rullv eam,~ned ald HAIL f3 COTTON, Inc. Lea Tob®csro Dealers AL'T. GSADS6 MAIN OFFICE Laui..ill. 3, Ky. BRANCH OFFICES CLr1..ilL, Tu.. SpriyEJd.R kT~.. w h 58683441
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March 16, 1953 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL NATD Highlights Trade Events In Atlantic City This Week SIINDAI-, MARCH 15 1:00 P. M. .t 3lalu Loblp, Atluntic Cunvuntlen Hnll. Rvui=t,'un . NATD 1Yuwen'a Divi F„uctaitt R«,m. Jlecmaui:u FI 1' 'noIlncl- . t-A0.rt K of ]A'fD Omueqf IDIrmtut.D'a ctdlntHn:dc Rocn:, Iloni Shulhurne. 2:30 P. M. NATD ./m . I xecutivr: Dlv:ston 11eeJug nf Ollirm., and Diree.ots- Rooin 10 1'?nd FI.1 Convee5en Hatll. 1130-3100 P. M. W'ork.hop (,o. . R. t B 1'L:d FI.) Cor -Ip:ll- 'Doca nn Un- cf I. I saen. (1arndL Imte:. 3:00-4:30 P. M. F.nrlv-13ird Forum-An iofornml "Tnik- h-Ove,." & I _- I'.oont J (Snd GI,1 Coueeneon tlall, 5:00-]:00 P. M. IA,rp9m 1'nr NA'I'1) lunlnr Esuru- tiv- I) 1u,:m.J Iln Ipzd)' Ito, Iln(oI Rhelhnruo (hy ir: uLLinn ur1p). Cam"cay Ih'1 p Vlorris & Cc. 8:30 P. M. A Night of dptv''ml F:ntcr[ainntenr , unR,vo,n, Conventio:t Hau, Doarf .rlll close at e:l.i I'. AL (by invlta- Licn nul.y. Cowie=y It Lurlllani Ce. M0ND:1Y, MARCH 16 8:30 A. M. Breakfast W'ith chu 1're..r .- Rerl Itoom, \latloorough-Blenheim Hotel. Iir_k°.~-MUrting of New York State _ ._, ..,., nf Tohaeao Distributore, (:9rd F'I.) Rltc.Cat-Ron Hotel. Prceident Haskell dfaigles, of T!- R, =enbnem Ce., King_mn, N. Y., p . 9:00 A. M. Jtegiehatia:t _. Nuin Lobhy, AtlanLia City Convcnticn Hall. ReRisttzLion -- NATD Wnsuu's Divi- . Founrain Rocnt, Meazaoine Floor), Hotel Trxymmre. 10:00 A. M. (lrand Opening-SATD 21st .Aneiver- ary )[oCe.ru Merehandising Fair anJ F1.hiblts . .. .4'Juatic Cit_v Conven- unn Hal.. 12:UU Nuon UpcrinK Scss,ua - 2Ht Annicersaty "Con:in¢-af-Age" Convenliop NATD Inu;rln,lvs[ry I ~,noheun Rall- .ou.n, Canvenlioc Hell. 1:00 P. M. Upm'.in5 -1st dncversar)' Cm'venEOn Soxsion..Bulhu„nt, Cnnv.ntlon Hnll. I(uynate Addre.-,: Pteaid'mg nFliecr, Bert P Cm inghue , pr o[ NA'PO nnd yresident of th~eHemy Itraus. Cu.. Cinnlnnati, Ohio. Addm,v ^Put Prnple Flrst, in Yom' I'I:mY' Ikv John C. W'hitakcr, rhnir- '• of nhe a b:r.d af R..1. Reynolds iobuecu Co. A,Idree,: "The Sx-ing Is Dur LV'ay- l"an 1l'C Make [he ]IaA of IC" by IOSePh Solulny. N.4TD'~ ma:wqinq dlrector. ApVointntenre-Nnmination Con,n,lt- o: Resalul.nns Comntlttee, and Ee- hibh Awardo Comn,itsee 3:00 P. M. For L.dik. Oaly 4ftcrtoo., Rrt ln: 1 F n t t - A h n Ho cl Ttayn v Covrtrs) f U1'tml Jtates 'fubaearo Co- 3a5 P. M. ilou.eltam.ing ' Orand Upvt nR nf mal [he NATD Model Wholusalc Tobaeeo Euuse _ Cunventioc Hall Stagu. 3-3053o P M. 01 cl t' g.1 e 1[ I t lt F 1.- e Tnbac o Horae .. AI r, tK P.ot A(adlacent to Conzentlon Ilall Sntgel- Ftr•- Sta.a n - AJiu,ulste,ing tha lit . "- '1-npic Nn. I-35{0.1;19 P- )1. I'ali- cymuking; Co-ordinatiou and Conlrol nf Deparcntsntv; Meeticq Unusuul Situatbna. Chairm:n:: Henry Gonst, .L., of CIIH' lYeil, Inc, Rinhmond, Va. Speakm: ArthmF. SehWte, of Ar thur t IcbnL..~, I . I'a. 'rupieNo.Y-:li~ ....' ~1-Cepi- tnl and Calle( t.:.,.:.. , . Alrtn .L Carr, of d,' : uutun 9bbaem Co., 'I'renroe, N, J. ake,- Lekoy F. 6ull, af Kiug 0.Co., Fllnt, Mfch. Topic No. 3-4:60-a:30 P. l1. OIReu 1lanagement snd I'rocedure, Chair- : Fdward T. letgnnegrn, af RI- u Tnbzcrn Co„ h,c., Elmirq N. Y. Speaker: R E- Terrett, of Antsmr- Kirtz Co., Akron, Ohio. TUESDAY, )fARCH 17 Jutlinr Execulives' Day 8:30 A. M. UreakfaavJfeeting of N.A'fU Mentber- •nil: Contmitlex . . Ritz Roonr (3rd F1.) Ritz-Carlton llotel. Chairman: Haskell Naigles, uf The Rosenbamn Cu., Kingsten, N. 1', RreakfastMeeting of [II'moi. Ae=oeia- tion of Tobnce0 Distributors..Rooms 117 and 118 (lat F1.), Ambassador Hotel. President Edward Rarxtz, of "Q" Camly & Clgar Cn„ Aurnra, Ill., preafding. Hrenkfust-Steeting of New Jersey As- aciatlun nf Tnbacuo Distributors . Creen Room (.3rd F'1.), RituCarltoo ]lotcl. PresidmLL'1', Angelo, of Dan- Icl C. A,:I[el:: k f.a., Vlnelav:d, N. J., presiding. 13reakfastJleetiur of Ohin Assoeiatim: of '1'obaceo Dirtribvtors .. Iloom 125 (1st Fl.), Antbnawdor Hntel. President 11. C. Albeing, of H. C. Albring Co., 9'oledo, Ohic, presiding. 9:00 A. M. [tegisttation Mrin Lobby, Convetr tien Hnlt, 10:00 A. M. FATD Vending ?faehine Worksiwp Session: "Re-Evaltmting Our Vend- ing \lnuhine Thinkinu" - >ICet'mg Roont B, Cmtvention Hell. ChaL'ntan: Cnarles J. Cooper, af Coeper Tobac- co Co., Luoraster, Pa. (1) To Inueasc Opumtfng ftargin., Huw Cm, VendlnK Meohlna Opura- tmd Tnke Advanmeo of Cudt ILeduc- tlnn Systema". by H. C. Albring, of H. C, AlbrinK Co., To1Mo, Ohio. (2) Arr Net ProOt+ Resulling Frum Vending Machine Operations Keep- te 1 AV th Itising f. a. 1 y I'uul Cta of H .:f C Itdlm,- .A) 1, It W'isa to Phpe'te t W'th n I»ereasing Vwietg of Souda Di.- pmued Through Vending 11ach'mes and TI ..':y Inere :c the Seopc- nf a Company's Vending Marhine Op- rations'! by L. W". R'eller, Shmtm- kin, Pu., and Martin Rerger, of the Cig t C tp- Ph ladelph a Pn 11) lVhat Are tbe Sfost Practlrablo ]lethod< of Seruting Naw ][aehine Lor I D n(anoI. f (;en. rn, 1 G., Lo :ar uk- ,.t .I 'f. R. Dmwhtm, 01 Na;ionel Vundors, Ine., St. Lcuis, )1n. I5) Whet la the 51ost Elioutive Muth- od of Curtniling Loeatian Lceses Due te the Unfsir Practicee of "Fringe" Competitms? by Rertwnl l'. Cawley, .,f Hinchwutmt 'fobaccu Cu., Ring- ha,nto, N Y (5) Cn thc Yc,d- u Marhlnc 0p- rator F.-aabli.h ;u,d Maino,in z Merehundising 1'rogram to Lnprove Petnt-nf-Salo Appr'al? by Anthony Nastri, of Na.tri Broa., Ine., Water- huty. Conn., and J. T. Teahan, of Euslern Elcchie Vcnding Co., Inc., New 1'odc, N. Y. /7l What '.HcthuJ of Cmnpm,satimt Secwv.. Mnximum Efllcienq From uhe Rnute Mnn'e Performance? by Arch Riddell, of Tho Rldddl Co., I'neadena, Calif. (81 Can [be Vending Muchine Op- erator Adopt a Publie Relatiucn Progrzm That Will Build Camum- r Aceeptsnee of tho Ve.nding Ma- ehine a a Regular Polnt of Pm'- ehase? by Fred Sch.varh, of The Kellsen Co., In Clllcmnatl, Ohio, and John S. MIII, of Rowc Mfg. Co., Inc., Ne.v York, N. Y. (p) What MeLhals Aru Most F.Fec- tive in Minlmizing Robbery, Pllfer- age, SAS? by E, 31, Scligson, of the S. & S. Tobacco Co., Norwtdk, Conn., nnd Thomsa King, of King & Co„ Chicago, III. !t0) Wbzt Rru,:umle. Can He F.L fected in Servlcing o„ On-l.acation Mnehlnva W'ithout Cmtsiling ReSu- lar ServiceP and What 'fYVC of Pre- ,entive MainLenumu I'rograin Cen Be Developed to Minimizu Rreak- ns and Decreaae 5mvire Call,? byEJward Baratz. IIl) W"hac Is the ]fhtimunt Amaunt of Paper Work-OIHCe and Routi- fu:Economic and ECBaieut Opern- [fon? hv B. L. Howca, of Howes- Shcemaker Co., Delrnit, Mich., anrl N. B. Rapp, of Smokc Slmp Corl:., New 1'ork, N. Y. CATD Cigar W'orkshop First Session: "Re-Evalunting Otn' Cigar Think- in>:' ... Veeting Boatn A, Conves- tion Ilxll. Chxlrman: 11, K. Smith, Jr., as,istar.t :alea ro:agcr of .lno. H. Slrivher & Son, Ine., Jark=on- ville, Fla. Ia) What Are the Precise Nenninge of the Term, ^F,anchixe" :md ^DI.- bibutian'7 rMorton L. Am:is, of Gradiaz-Annis & Co., Tampa, Fla., a-d M'It n Juet of Pcte, HauP• a, Talaceo Co_ St. Loo's Va fb)W'hat Do Wc Mean by the Term "3farket"? hy Samael J. Sllberntan, rf Co.wliduted Cgar Cat'p., New Yo,k, N. T,- und Stanley Star.y, ef the Cavalla Tobaceo Co., 'e[iln'aokce, (e1R-eval t'-g0 1`ikinginthe 4rce ef Sa1. Ma tegtm nt- by Mor- I. F'neder, of S. Frieder & 3ons Ca., Phlladrlph'w. I'tt., w.d lrfnnr Ilany uf C, J. Uomt, ILtnr Co, H Irnhe, 1:11 R.-c.xlueting Our Thinking in tlle Aree of Cigar "Boutl'gglcg' by L. D. Hupp, oi Jnc. H. Swi=her & Sor., Inc.. JacRaonville, Fla,. and Slareus G'Iaser, nf Glnser Ifror., Inr., Snn Prauciseo, Calif. (sl Re e.aluat'ng Om Thil k g' Jm A,ra of P,' t,f 9a'.c Ad,ets,:g )DLLUriul, Ly F.dtrarcl J. ]ieFen=6urg, uf E. Regensburg & Sonn, New York, N. Y., aml B. Slater, of StWnd:vd Cigar & Tohacro Ce., MimteapnliI, Minn. (q Ite-evaluating Our '1'hin'eiog Re- garding Seasmtal Prumotimts, by R. F.. Fulz, of the D.W.G. Cigzr Curp., Detrult, Mich., and John C. Kloster- n, of the John C. Flostennan Cm„ Kalam.azoq )fleh, 12:00 Nco+. Reception for Half-Ccnhuy Club Mem- bere ..- Ruont o(2nd FL1 Conven- tinn Hall, 12:I5 P. M. Testimm~ial Luneheon in Horter of the Membns of the NATD Half-Century Club, Undcr ausplees of the NATD Junlor Executives' Division .. Hall- toum, Canvention Hall. Opening Re:nurks: by Henry Gvnst, Jr, presldent. Junior Executlves Di- ' and vice president of Cliff Weil,llne., Richmond, Vu. CommenK: by Joneph Kuludny. AJdrvr_e "Youth Run, a WholcFale llouse,'- Ey .1. Itenz Edwards, Jr., nf the F. S- Edwards 9'obuvco Co., Inc, Kansu. City. Kans. Addreea: "Youth Open.. New Cigar Iforir.ons," by Ilarold D. F'reenum, of T. E. Hrooks d Co., Red Lion, Pa. Addrece "Youth in the Cigaretle In- , uetr,y's Fulure," by Edmund P. Po'i- of P. Lm'dlard Co„ New-Ym'k, ~usY. Address: "Ynuth in the Canrly In- dustry," ' v[... - G. Rnsskzm, Jr., of Qual.L i C-: Ghowlste & Cocfcr- t i, , I'I._ladelphia, 1'a, dd,.:..,.. '1'outh in the Sondriee ln- dua:ry," by Lconard G. Rogers, of (Continued on Pagr 48) SB6tI3391
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6 UNITED STATES TOBACCO JOURNAL March 16, 1953 NATD LADIES' DIVISION OFFERING CIGARS, CIGARETTES. SHOW GREAT `DIISTAFF SIDE' PROGRAM SALES RISE FOR 7 MONTHS W'omen Attending Wholesalers' Convention at Atl Cil t ti E ICont:mleal from PuKU'd) ,c an c o njoy - F.xten[tive Range of Entertainment, ?bp-j'91ght Social FventS - 05 p rent of the k t I rvn 2u Previews of Yea[5 Newest Merchandise Will Attract Attention. BR3comp,R4o' bl 15,98 fivcal p<' :3' 1198i3,blh f I Sr y m- whleh ,J9o per <ent of the ma I. t I I f J'~1 :6,424; EMILY Zl„ytEllbl.t. KAYWOOOIE OFFlCIALS 6`s1a °cen, or6 ne °s;;kr,hl~;l r,. ; ~ Stefi Writer U. S. 9ubaccu Juurnal "58.4 92S.INP - t thcTh : I - vo[a f[ ha, an idca that the Na pan I1 fi 1 I+lud - I I2 322 I l U w, 1562 te e tt tlena, ~;s oe:atlna of Tel t Di.nlbe Wlll GREET JOBBERS which 15 J, per t of th Ikt 1 ~ K 1952 po~t~ , atlant City, N. J AT TRADE CONCLAVE Cle,a D t 63,9 46 w1 E. 19 165 th s week is coixelltrated on the 9ctivi- - 59 PP.r tent Cf^hc In p6et up 3,328,1 I JN ] ugK:-K' .e of 5, '.39 pel n t Pr th a Ipurabh " d l9fi,.9rf8 tiee of the male sex, the idea ts greatly fiscal period's 9'3,661,612; whiuh wa. I-- eny fr9m the °- nstaken. The Lld:es nrv going to huvc Morris Levineon, President, and 10.91 per cent of the market. 1+ i- iI i eh = me 1952 morth_ a g urt rl al t I ul mnkinK the CI E 1,' f 1, Id5 E41 "h IF . t I ef 14,285.01c) 13ernard Gould, Vice President, 43.09 p.f th 6 t { i( I i- f k t. I 4 - gt ba<e affalr a 1 g Ia. 246,70% 2.4 I t f tl 1-n 1 0Cb' 4 P td , 2 pe Head Pipe Firm Delegallon 1 ton tr 1»2 nontl . I6 7av van the NATD W . D~ 1 : parahl - p o . f. 1 1,497 e!9 1{2 fuuy I unded P ng a n l: e te:uin all Displays, Lines to ]ie Fealured. which , a3.dh pu~ ent of the mavket 1-und.._ th 'sltu g Ivd:u+ when th Class F 108.417A2 1 h 1 s 3_ - -- fi dtovvctlycanvet t; A. h f R: 3Nondy,lc . d U6petcertofthem Ap8392"a4, LOR~LLARU PLANS h vnrodle Co avs vponaoring o of "'' 8.34 pel cent fr th . p able. Registration of the womtna 0'vl f,wl pI ]o0U 4G 7h' h vas - h gan YestetdaY (Sundayl vt 1 the ptt :pectl th VATDlrton ~ tCn Cl~ecenttUb Ihe h lU] t h' h': P M1f intheFonntamROOmontM1emez z c fl w: of the Ttaymole Hntel \tl t'c City V J. tK. .e k,to, 9dp l.fHe t al 663rh5 CONVENTION FETE ' Ie I:m 1 . 'i I, snt, m 84 p a t f lh 1 ~ Ih Preeodmg a apedd evenlnK elte ta'n L hen[ued ,t the e.vhlbit iu 1 olhs fiswl penodx 1 eilll I' I v• Tep;tl 1: f P. t:all ' Conpa~, enc in the ballroom of the Convent on ?.&9 per cent of the Itarke, vvlll hoad a bilce gonP f rnapany Hall, sponsmed by P. LarIIImN Cn., - e crtne= It tinK in NATll uc. with admission by invitation only. .~rj- ent f nm Ihe 3LR50 aoe ai the livities nt Atlantic City. Today (Monday, March 16) at 9 salne period a year earlier. Those fron fiew York headymr[<vs A. h1., a of Ow Ia:lie auending the :°~ e seven-mon[n aggrega,e tm l exl:eofed to ntdend inelode Herherl .A. n~,d; N Ilobert . rmnenllm: who haven't alreadY tet~r- , o. . ent, e xc m;n of the th cd m y do w-n the Foantaln Room ,_ ~'rS~~ M'~~ .-?26.46R 6o6.eil af thr Lot .md ne OanKer f: ' Inl; 1Cilliam L Halley, n the mezs, n ue floor of the Hotel ~ d( pel iod ' th p d g fi 1 v ". tivc te t t ' - t l. ber. TraamoreAt 9 P 6I an afte noon re La rf,e clKarettex totaled 661 ~, r _ er I t.L11.1 :o;t f:nles; ey,uen ,ma t~tut r I. . :!I .~W~ ' 1~ t H: I p d ti :nly m II I h ll' th 4 R~ ~, ~ =I,.. ,,.. i _ h e ,f J ~ rllv ~ AIi. nf the H,l 1 T-. . v by b n t . o. Iat c, di : „ ern ml,. Hu „d United 9nrter Tobuccv Cn. TGe .nuR totul tor the t N. Te:nPle, d:remor of brsnd develop- t f~ Iho 22 1 .~. ~.::. ~t; ,:rnm~a L. n,rrn;.~~dt. Tucsl Y' 1 W dnedp rv..iuK+ l- dlY . p . . .. the Conve t:on Hnll will he cload at pow I. ol the sv n v pr m 1 in the I-- ) P_ M. This wlll undJ:, In - ' i~~ / A . . r n n ye: _ . ~ e}', A:..L: ]lur:~p'. Mlud vir.ir the v:nin:a hnenitalirv nnd di.-  7/- l .°. "....,.....^ ..............„.:°_... .'. ~.I I ~n m:n~ue: ,~~ucnl m:a nm ~ .. .... ................ .„_,. .,. ...,...... . . . ...:.....e":....,., t ~„ ~ .,~ ........,~. .,. ~ ~. . r.,::n w:n.. I.dd nt ~tm:lter, nla.• romnu at the sneu,arne. Dennl_. I _ off - -A ...... ;e and Olnrider Hetelx_ AOt'r ~-'/fA s. .. 6.01 n ent. lrom the c nalnble no- I ... .':N o. uenv:uex, wouna At 12:15 P. x lm m: , /Ta-m,. (`l Llvow . nn~e tna,,,,an:: pn : nt.reh 1^) lanchun d .p~,,.l ~~ Ilone ..d g ~ Kb~IK ~t . ~f.,Jl ., u~ i ~1~ ra:-1 t~ a , ~... J rb't...nl, / .Ilv: rfLmvenran ,.Im .l>u.k H_.v,L Fr LnLI o 6nm,r .ni f' rhe LL1_66 A I M d d,.. , .. ~. .~ hiv. Aa,dl 15. of lhe NA'PD b,.ile..'PI ix lunalmm, will /1111wilIEW/ 1.. . ontn I tyoz, ine uv8e c:Rnr .a st t- :n n uaqa:u tel-., I: me - he "" Lullo mlv unA wlll hn cild in = ~$Bm {{ _. "' pentnuare ot [ne Ho[el Sltelnw'ne, e m :.iian nany omo91l M-:fl oE 1111 ID aLttrlnu- the Amrr ; eu n•• ..r .6. _... . ;: '.; ....: .:.. ... .. ;eun Ronm of the Tr namm~a .. ,,..... liotel mith tne c tnlimentn of H_ L M "Al iLl ent. fron th 11 r, n ntn '. lv'n und fend= dminK tl' , oalion. Reynold Tobacco Co. /' __%~ -.lu,uv; wmen wnr .4a per I n ot ., .:.,nye:nem. nav v, maae mr tne Front AN/I P_ 6t_ m 5:311 P_?L Tuc._ vvlnK m n, r in te{nmw,ar It rega du, a mth t- L f, f rll bc ' ~ I:cr tt of IhC k t d I I. t n" I: I x tl ana held for 'th d.r:ly dnu' : nly. It will Nevr Sello-Itnlo Rev dv np U 1 F y :r 12./f Pc: unt, f on the l.e I,„I'. v cning. f. the Wuil nu.l cn L.ain be a eeptieo in honor of the NATU No. N und 64u in the Conventlon 1111 11,99H,1'29, which ,an :3.01 pi auu of inent of puestr. N ,s D ' TimAe ]Iall of - tl Y II B I I1 evolving them §et _ Ih. CI ridL 111,111, J_ I tF 1 d. '1 dlnen CI. , C If 11 utn 11 1 . 3R. 1 Y 15 P t f tl k t 1 135 05, Through the r urtasy of Ameucan nal oounte and the Kaywood:e r .24 p 1 cent, frmn the 1962 ntonlh'r Gareia y Vega Cigar Ca. T,d::: , cn. it na, heen I,.,nKrd m c~m..al nipe noi„I-of-+rae aid, iL w, ~32,ae1,61s, whirn .ena :Ir.oa Pe em j0 Nave COllvell}IoU $Ui~e featu e Lh Rth d e nnaerce of s Id. 1 dd'n t th I 1 L th rpw of th k L Cls.~ O 909J i4 1' 1 .1, ~ Dr oll v C 1 n. 9n.nky 1.. neun Itrl N{ II'o m'e= IL e mVecial d' PF vin M P, T ;[ Ihe ;m Au ', dnv; fnrrla ; 1 cgu, Ieo., ,nfa l~ ~r : ond Scott, June VaLi, Ruesell Anu* Aoome BIB nnd 820 in tLe Ilotel Dennls, 520, or02E per ecnt, L'om the PJ59 uf hondud Havuna eigarv ~eith head- nnd many o[hers. und hcadquar[ers at the Pen[house in onlh's 53,4ti'L66], whieh wm 10.,7 Pc: qualaera in ]'em Ymk, .eill have the H-uvvn & Wdlil nron Tubacw Cory Ib Y[-C iln Hol,el eCl:.~ F 0S4 J,IJY -hi h vrs a' ' I . I t:V I t'IS pf1 - Ite wlll glve a Iuncheon for Iadtes only u huyw,ndrw ddegul on Ic headed bv 31 per cent of the a,ket: down 1- ; Hxcl Cla vgv d,r' g th. h4TD'x the Rnnolsanre Imd V¢netinn Room: of 31r. Levinsmt mtd liernard Onuld, vice 901,316, or 5.86 Per cent. from the 1952 eonventlon Iin Aaantic CI[y, S. J. the imba. lor Hotel. at 12:16 P. ?I. ples dent :r ch ge of seles avd drmnnlh.: 221,40,514, F h J4/F CCmb J Illhl"'J 1 0 1 Acd:e=d:q \M1 h le, s ig f< t of LM1e ark t (-I:o:: . t 1 tto wrd AP Clal F Il k~1,44t 1I' 1: v.rs ~ Be C. .1 Lr, Ivy Cud k.vvr uod At 2 P ~IV4ednc duy, lhen nill be Other haywoodle reptesentatl es at net cent of the msl ketup 2.039 Ub . card par[y for ladies only in the Surf cnding the t cntion 1 e Harry nr 20.66,,21 cenL, Lmn Lhr RJ6Y mmmh'r Jelln Freneh. tne cal:IPany'r field rep- lioom und Imunge o( the Ambuesador. 13erz, llnrris GurtenluuL, E6, Cnlumla 9.589.666, whieM1 oes 1-Ua per cenl of •cnWtlres. \Ir. Curlean 6 ul+o a,'ned- LiKgetc & 4fye ew Tuhmco Co, h, p f. J h T. l,h,CI i. W Re n the n L, l 1'I Ie p I t' .I I s xh J I R Pr v,, Isugune J R I d Qa. 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