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Mitch Jacobs (r) of Pan American Cigar Co. congratulates Dick DIMeola (second from I) of Lane Ltd. on Lane's appointment as importer and distributor of Royal Jamaica cigars. Pan American had handled the line for the past 20 years. Also in the photo are Robert Gore (I) and his brother, Philip, owners of the JamaicaTobacco Co. which manufactures Royal Jamaica cigars.

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Government Printing Office (GPO)
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Lovelace (Biomedical Research Foundation)
McLane
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Nash Finch Co.
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Olin
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Philip Morris & Co. Ltd.., was incorporated in New York in April of 1902; half the shares were held by the parent company in London, and the balance by its U.S. distributor and his American associate. Its overall sales in 1903, its first full year of U.S. operation, were a modest seven million cigarettes. Among the brand offered, besides Philip Morris, were Blues, Cambridge, Derby, and a ladies favorite name for the London street where the home companies factory was located - Marlborough.
Philip Morris Companies Inc. (Parent company of Philip Morris USA, Kraft, Miller)
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Candy, Diego
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Candy, Sam
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Coll, James R.
Colletti, Ross
Collier, Randy
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Cones, James
Cooper, Pamela M.
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Fina, Frank, Jr.
Fite, Clifford D.
Foley, Ray
Ford, Richard L.
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Fox, James H., Jr.
Freeman, Matt B.
Freeman, William
Friedberg, Calvin
Garner, Thomas A.
Garrett, Levi
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Gerard, Craig
Giger, Ralph
Gill, Ben
Gill, Carol
Godsey, George L.
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Gordon, Jack
Gordon, Margaret
Gordon, Matt
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Grat, David
Greene, David M.
Grooms, James
Grove, Lanny
Guarnieri, Albert
Gummer, Robert
Haley, John
Ham, Edward
Hank, Evan V.
Hanlon, James
Hanson, Mildred
Harmon, John
Harrill, Herman L.
Harris, Stan
Hartman, Chuck
Hayes, Mike
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Hipp, Earl J.
Hooker, Glenn
Hotz, Chuck
Hoyer, Marty
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Huey, Rod
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Hummell, Robert M.
Hutchison, Herb, Jr.
Ice, Charles
Ill, Arnold
Inman, Evelyn R.
Jacobs, Mitch
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Jerome, Kieth W.
John, Lloyd
Johnson, Charlie
Johnson, Eugene
Joyce, Harry R.
Jude, Peter
Jude, Victor N.
Justice, Philip
Kahn, George N.
Kansas, Vernon North
Keith, Ben E.
Key, Lang
Klouda, Joe
Koch, Henry
Koffman, Robert
Kolinsky, Gary
Kolodny, Joseph
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Kuntz, Thomas A.
Lake, Maple
Land, Candy
Lay, Henry G.
Lea, Albert
Leed, Ted
Lees, Harry J. (RJR Special Tobacco Products & New Brands VP)
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Leggett, Albert T.
Lenhart, Norman C.
Lewis, Alfred M.
Lewis, Theresa B.
Livingston, Dan
Long, Dee
Lore, Randy
Lowry, Alfred
Lucas, Louis H.
Mack, Charles
Mack, Charles C.
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Makris, George A.
Manley, Arlene
Martin, Ed
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Murphy, Hugh
Naves, Loris H.
Nelson, Charles
Nelson, Lois S.
Nelson, Sam R.
Nova, Barry J. (Sr. VP Marketing & Sales, U.S. Smokeless Tobacco c.1980)
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Pall, Louis
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Patrick, George F.
Paul, Peter
Paxson, Joe
Perloff, Thomas N.
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Pokorny, Harry
Prater, Ed
Raith, Julius E.
Rash, Warren P.
Ray, Lee
Res, Shirley
Richter, Ellen
Rimkus, Ray
Rob, Leonard
Roberts, John
Roberts, Marvin
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Rosa, June
Rosa, Lee
Rose, David
Rosen, David
Rothenberg, James
Route, K. Harmon
Ruhl, Carol L.
Russian, Gerald
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Sales, Echo
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Skelton, John C.
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1992
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Smith, Janet
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Stoll, Bob
Stone, Barbara
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Tarkington, Norma
Taylor, Walter Lee
Thomas, Jo L.
Tomasek, Virginia F.
Tyger, Frank
Tyler, W. Hughes
Ullman, Frank
Underwood, Brian
Valley, Fern
Valley, Golden
Van, John A.
Vant, Bruce
Visor, Don
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Walker, Wayne W.
Walter, David S.
Weber, Gilbert
Weeks, Hubert
Wehr, Roger
Weissman, George (PM Chairman & CEO '79-84)
Vice President of Philip Morris from 1954 to 1956. Vice President and Assistant to the President in 1957. Vice President of Marketing from 1958-59. Executive Vice President of Marketing in 1960. Exec. VP Overseas in 1961, Exec. VP PM International 1962-66. President from 1967 to 1972. President and Chief Operating Officer in 1973. Vice Chairman from 1974-78. Chair and CEO from '79-84 and on the Board of Directors from 1959-84.
Welch, Kenny
Welsh, Paul R.
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Western, Bernard
White, Phil
Williams, Robert L.
Williams, Stacy
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tobacco and cand j vol. 212-nb. 3 .L&ne tO distribute Royal Jamaica line r~ Mitch Jacobs (r) of Pan American Cigar Co. congratulates Dick DIMeola (second from I) of Lane Ltd. on Lane's appointment as importer and distributor of Royal Jamaica cigars. Pan American had handled the line for the past 20 years. Also in the photo are Robert Gore (I) and his brother, Philip, owners of the JamaicaTobacco Co. which manufactures Royal Jamaica cigars. Foley foundation to educate ,deserving wholesale people WASHINGTON, DC: Confectionery make cducational grants to personnel wholesalers and manufacturers have in- who demonstrate ability, interest, and itiated a campaign to raise $250,000 for need in furthering the continuance of the Ray Foley Memorial Youth Educa- tion Foundation, Inc. The foundation, in honor of the late executive vice president of the National Candy Wholesalers Association, has been incorporated under the general laws of the state of Maryland. It will " ISSN0741-2258" ,1984 / Reynolds going publi with industry side of smoking-health issue WINSTON~SALEM. NC: Believing that the cigarette industry's relative si- lence has contributed to the mistaken public impression that it has nothing substantive to say regarding issues of smoking and health, the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. has initiated an institu- tional advertising campaign to give the industry's side of the picture. The ads are to appear in national newspapers and such magazines as Peo- ple, U.S. Neu,s & World Report, News- week, Better Homes & Gardens, Redbook and TV Guide. Reynolds will discuss its point of view on such subjects as passive smok- ing. youth smoking, smoking courtesy and smoking and health. R JR board chairman E.A. Horrigan. Jr.. acknowledges that some of the ads may be controversial, buy he says, "We Horrigan with first ad people to believe that we have nothing to say, and that is not the case. "By stating our position on these is- sues, Reynolds Tobacco is adding an- other dimension to the tobacco industry's communications effort. We want to try to substitute.rational discus- (Conthmed on page 88) NATD leaders map association's course We're speakb~g with Arnold Gordon, chairman of the board of the National Association of 7bbacco Distributors and president of the Jack Gordon Tobacco Co.. Syracuse: Terry Burns, NATD's executive director, and consaltant Ted Leed aboat the association's plans attd progress. USTCJ: Terry, if we were using a 12- hour clock, where would the NATD be in this long-range planning pro- tess? Burns: Following the approval of the strategic plan at the trustees" October meeting, we moved into the implemen- tation stage. We're probably at 2 o'clock ia the process. USTCJ: What recommeadatieas ning committee? Burns: The whole strategic planning process is very involved and it would be difficult at this time to go through all of the stages, objectives or action plans. The survey of the membership was one part of the input and data base. "l'he strategic or long-range planning com- mittee another input. The member sur- ve~ identified the key pints the mem- bership had ia mi~l ~ to where k s~ the strategic pla~ming committee Terry Bums focused on such issues a~ a~sociation services, the reorganization of the ~C~rinued o~ ~ge 91 TI56324118
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The Shape of Quality Ask your Peter Paul Cadbury ~ representative about Check-C~t Racks, Counter Racks and other ,-,ew space-savin~ ways to show off Cadbury's" c~a~ty. Do it now--actirJ~ o,n ~ TI56324119
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March 1, 1984 u~itcd~' io1~¢~ ¢~=1 ¢=~1~ joum~ 3 PM revenues hit $13.0 bil. NEW YORK: Philip Morris Inc. had the best year in its history in 1983. when consolidated operating revenues in- creased 12.0ok to $13.0 billion; operat- ing income increased 14.1oh to $2.0 billion: pro-tax income was up 21.9~ to $I .6 billion: net income grew 15.6% to $903.5 million, and earnings per share were $7.17. or 15.5% more than lhe $6.23 in 1982. The fourth quarter ,,,,'as Philip Mot- rigs 78th consecutive quarter of gains in revenues and earnings over the com- parable period of the prior year. Consul idated operating revenues were $3.1 billion, an increase of 14.8%; operating income increased 17.8% to $471.7 mil- lion: net income was 21.0~ higher at $211.4 million, and earnings per share were $1.68, up 20.9% from 1982's fourth quarter. Cigarette operations Referring to the cut'party's cigarette operations, chairman and chief execu- tive officer George Weissman said, • "Philip Morris USA posted gaios in revenue, operating iucome and market share in 1983 and Philip Morris Interna- tional had increased revenues and a gain in total unit volume in 1983.'" Philip Morris USA reported operat- ing revenues of $5.5 billion, up 27.5ch from 1982. Operating income increased 21.4c~ reaching $1.3 billion in 1983. "'Philip Morris USA gained market share lbr the 2lst consecutive year; its share reached 34.4cA. The company's unit sales were up marginally over 1982 while industry shipment volume lbr 1983 ~howed a significant decline from the prior year'.s levels. The industry's volume decline reflected the cigarette market's reaction to the Januar3," I. 1983 doubling of lhe federal excise tax. One effect of this doubling was to ad~,-ance some 1983 manufacturers" unit sales into the last quarter of 1982, inflating 1982'~ figures antl deflating 1983"s vol- ume.'" Weissman said. Marlboro again set a sales record in die I.J.S. cigarette market. Benson & Hedges 100's. due to the continuing strength of Benson & Hedges 100"s De- lnxe Ultra Lights. gained market .,.hare in 1983. Two other principal brands. Merit and Virginia Slims. held share in last year's declining market. In 1983. Players. in king size and 100"s versions, was added to the company's brand line up. Philip Morris International operating revenues were $3.6 billion: up 2.3% over 1982. Operating income declined by 18.0% due to several factors: intense price competition in a number of mar- kets. import restriction, price controls combined with inflation -- particularly in Latin America -- and the strength of the U.S. dollar. Despite these conditions. Philip Morris International increased total unit volume about 0,9c~ to 244.8 billion unit.', and registed share gains in most of the world's largest ntarkets. Finally. Weissman noted that "'Philip Morris's export vohnne ~s down 14~ due prim:trily to the strength of the U.S. dollar. Nevertheless. for the seventh consecutive year, the conlpany was Ire leading cigarette exporter from the Uni- ted States: our share of exports was ap- proximately 58%.'" American sales top $7 bil. NEW YORK: American Brands re- corded a record $7.1 billion in sales in 1983. an increase of 9% from 1982"s $6.5 billion. Net income v,-as a record $390 million, or $6.76 per common share, compared with $381 million, or 56.55 per share, in 1982. Despite substantially higher income taxes in the quarter ended December 31. net income v,~s up slightly to a record $104.0 million, or $1.8t per common share, compared with $103.8 million. or $1.80. in 1982. Pretax income rose 8fk to a record $177 million, and net sales rose 11",~. from $1.6 billion. Chairman and chief executive of liter Ed~'ard W. Whiuemore .~id: "Our units perlbnned exceptk,~ally ~.ell during 1983. Operating income ~cords were ixvaed by The Anm'k,'=a Tob=,'co Co., Jim Beam. $=oshi~e Biscuits and Titleist Golf. In office products, our three U.S. companies and two in Great Britain all posted sharp increases. Overall, our large U.K. sub- sidiary, Gallaher Ltd. had a superb year. with net income up 38% in sterling. Despite a 13% decline in the average enchange rate for the British pound, net income v,~s up 23~ in dollars. "'The American Tobacco Co. divi- sion." Whittemore continued, "'had a banner .',,ear. Domestic tobacco sales were up 18%. with results even stronger during the final quarter. The Lucky Strike franchise, which had declined lhr 16 ,,.'ears prior to 1982, had higher unit sales for the second successive ,,,~ar. paced by the ~mccessful n,ttioaal B~kvat of Lucky Strike Lo~' T~r Hher~. A lOt~millim~r ve~io~t ~ill be int~ duced m~tlo~lly, doting l~e fir'-,t tlUl~et" U.S. Tobacco shows growth GREENWICH. CT: U.S. Tobacco achieved record sales, record earnings and record unit volume of its moist smokeless tobacco products in 1983. Net earnings tbr 1983 rose 27.7%, in- creasing for the 23rd straight ),ear. Sales increased 19.5%, and unit volume for moist smokeless tobacco products in- creased 8.8% lbr the ,vear. Consolidated net sales tbr the year ended December 3t. were $382,783,000, versus 1982 net sales of $320,448,000. Net earnings were $70,648,000, tom- tared with 1982 net earnings of' 555,335,000. Primary earnings per share rose 20,4% to $2.42 in 1983, compared with $2.01 in 1982. Fully di- luted earnings per share increased 24.4% to $2.40 per share in 1983 from $1.93 in 1982. For the fourth quarter, consolidated net sales increased 19.5% to $102,793,000, versus $86,028,000 for the corresponding 1982 quarter. Net earnings rose 25% to $18,896.000, compared with $15.115.000 for the 1982 fourth quarter. Unit volume of U.S. Tobacco's moist smokeless tobacco products, including Skoal. Copenhagen and Skoal Bandits brands, grew to 109 millio,~ cans for the fourth quarter and 426 million cans for the )'ear, increases of 9.2% ado 8.8%, respectively. "'Skoal Bandits has broadened our customer base." reports Louis E Ban- tie. chairman and president. "'Con- firmation of this is that the New York metropolitan area, where we introduced Skoal Bandits in July 1983, was our- number one market for this product at year end. Urban markets traditionally have not been strong for our other moist smokeless brands.'" "'The national rollout of Skoal Ban- dits continues," Bantle added. "'Our goal is to have the product available throughout the country wherever ciga- rettes are sold." Culbro had record quarter NEW YORK: Culbro Corp. has re- ported record fourth quarter earnings of $3.143.000 or 74¢ per share on 4,247,000 shares, alter certain tax ben- efits, on record sales of $251.578.000. In the fourth quarter of 1982. Culbro rep.orted $2.444,000 or 58¢ per share on 4,184,~X10 shares. :flier similar tax benefits, on sales of $113.113,000. Net income for the year amounted to $12,088.(200 after-tax benefits, or $2.86 per share on 4.230,000 average shares, on record sales of $733.683,000. This compares with $12.529,000 in 1982 after-tax benefits, or $2.61 per share on 4,802,000 average shares, on sales of $441,760.000. The number of outstanding shares and earnings per share reflect a Novem- ber 1983 two-for-one stock split. Culbro's 1983 sales and earnings benefited significantly from the inclu- sion of the results of The Eli Witt Co. acquired in July 1983. Improvements in operating profit were realized in all di- visions except nursery operations. which continued to reflect the industry product oversupply. of 1984. and additioual styles are in test. An elegantly packaged Carlton Slims has produced very encouraging results in test markets and distribution will be extended. "'Gallaher's outstanding financial re- suits for the .,/ear reflect a substantial gain in its position in the U.K. tobacco market. Although industry, units wre flat in the U.K., Gallaher's unil volume grew 10%, and the company now has about a third of the market. "The successful acquisition program at American Brands continued in 1983. In total, we have invested $2.5 billion in acquisitions, and acquired companies row, account lbr 56% of operating in- come. Furthermore. even though our tobacco operations continue to achieve record ~c~Its, Poe-tobacco Ix~sinesses no~" accot~ for 42% of oer operati~ -With ~t bm~l ran~ of pamusi=g new products and with the operations of Southland Life to be included for the lull year, we are optimistic as to,our prospects in 1984," Whittemore con- cluded. Sweet salute Neltson Candies, Inc., sakdes the 1984 Los Angekes Summer G~¢nes with an TI56324120
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March I, 1984 tmtl~lttoltt l:oboom omd om<~ jo~nol 5 Reg. t.u U.S. Pslest Office F.J~bJlsk~l 1874 by ~ Hlmmers'teln I Irvln~ S. Mst~, p,.'¢.fidcnt L963.73 IRWIN BREITMAN pnblisher HEDY 1-1ALPERT associate pnblisher GERARD P. SULLIVAN editor associate pubiisher PATRICK DORAN managing editor PEGGY GOLDBACH natiomd accounts manager PATRICIA PAIILMAN midwest manager JACK STEVE MORRA advertising sales EILEEN IIARRINGTON sales coordinator SUE MARRITT western states representative t818~ 783-5888 DAN PE'rROCELLI circulaliou director JOANNE GOLi)STEIN director of m~trkcting services MARK EISNER production manager IRV BABSON executive vice president The Reynolds initiative In a just-initiated series of national newspaper and magazine advertisemcnts, the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. is presenting its position on matters relating to the so-called smoking-health contro- versy. The company, in effect, is separating itself in this instance from the reactive posture which has been traditional with the cigarette industry" and its public voice. The Tobacco Institute. It was widely reported by television newscasters and press representatives that Reynolds decided to take the bull by the horns and go directly to the public with its messages when the Institute was reluctant to take a pro-active stance on the matter. Is is not diflicult to understand why some in- dustry officials might be unsure of the strategy of an industry-backed campaign that calls further uttention to the smoking-health issue. Alter all, why fan .the flames of your adversaries? Why run the risk of protesting tuo much? Wily invite a possible backlash'? Why risk exacerbating an al- ready snrry+ situation? We've asked ourselves these questions. And we have asked ourselves several additional questions. Who is winning the battle lbr the consumer's mind ~ lhe cigarette industry or the anti-tnbacco lb,'ccs? Whose posititms arc h:wing the greater inl]uence on the votes of legislators when a smok- ing restriction bill or a punitive cigarette tax is proposed -- the anti-tobacco forces" or the ciga- rette industry'.,,? Whose statements arc carrying the most weight with the press--the anti-tobacco I'orcc.~" or the cigarette industry's? It's not neces- sac+., to ~.,,o any further. We all know the answers. This i.,, not an indictment of The Tobacco In- stitute. That organization hu.s been dning a heroic job under the worst of circumstances. Anyone who doesn't believe it need only look at the record of all the anti-tobacco bills proposed the lust sever- al year.~ in the state legislatures and city councils ttnd count up the Institute's and its affiliated organ- izatiun's victories. 11"~ impressive. RJ. RcynoklsTobacco Omapany At the same tinte, there is no queslion that the cigarette manufacturers are losing the all-impor- tant battle for the social acceptability of their product. The Reynolds management tbels that the ciga- rette industry has been the victim of faulty re- search, of selective reporting, of deliberate or" unintentional misinterpretation of statistical data. of distorted conclusions, of innuendo, and of to- tally baseless charges. It feels the best way to deal with these combined situations is to open a direct dialog with the public. We can't say that we disagree with the Reynolds strategy:. We're pulling for its success. TI56324122
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$16 million Cadbury push to stress bars' milk content NEW YORK: Peter Paul Cadbury is planning a longterm marketing cam- aaign to make consumers aware of the high milk chocolate content and other wholesome ingredients in its Cadbury bars. It is also launching 3.5 oz. and 7 oz. bars and wrapping them for vertical dis- flay at retail. A $16 million television and print ad campaign, which starts April l, tbcuses on the whole nuts and the "'luscious ladles of milk" in Cadbury chocolate. The new Cadbury wrappers carry a Dairy Milk insignia showing milk pour- ing out of t'~o glasses. the 3.5 oz. bar. Cadbury says it is targeting the cam- )aign at an underdeveloped segment of he milk chocolate market, i.e. the con- sumer "'who prefers milk chocolate that is smooth and creamy with a lighter chocolate taste." Rather than wooing consumers away from their current brand preferences," says Hanlon, "'we want to expand the milk chocolate business by attracting an entirely new customer." In the way of product improvement, Cadbury is using whole roasted al- monds and whole hazelnuts "'because they retain their flavor better Ihan "'Our Dairy Milk branding," says Peter Paul Cadbury president James Hanlon, "'symbolizes the fact that each of our 7-oz. bars contains 14 ounces of liquid milk. And it is lhis extraordinary amount of milk that accounts for the exceptionally creamy taste and smooth texture of Cadbury milk chocolate. In the long term, we believe our focus on the milk content of chocolate will help American consumers come to see the food value of chocolate." Supplementing the television adver- tising will be tbur-color ads in Good Housekeeping, People, Ladies Home Journal, Redbook. Southern Livh~g and Workh~g Mother. as well as newspapers nationwide. All will offei" a 20C-off coupon tbr the 7 oz. bar and 10C-off on slivered or chopped nuts," and it is putting 80% more nuts in each Roast Almond, whole Hazel and Brazil Nut bar. The Fruit & Nut bar has 44% more whole almonds and 14% more raisins. The new 7 oz. and 3.5 oz. bars are thicker than the old 5 oz. bar to accom- modate the whole nuts. To help retailers reorganize their shelves for the vertical bars, Cadbury is offering shelf organizers. It also has a new revolving floorstand that holds I0 cases of the new bars, two floor bin displays and a variety of racks for peg- board use. The suggested retail prices of the new bars are $1.49 for the 7 oz. bar and 89¢ for the 3.5 oz. bar. The old 5 oz. bar carried a suggested retail of $1.19. Lane Ltd. adds Royal Jamaica NEW YORK: Lane Ltd. has been appointed national importer and dis- tributor of Ra)yal Jamaica cigars. Pan American Cigar Co. had dis- tributed the Royal Jamaica brand for the past 20 yeats. Miteh Jacobs, l~esident of Pan American, will be ~:ting as a l~a~ J~,m~'a i~, a li~e of pazm~m- priced. ~ eig.~s ,,t-h~zh come i~t over 20 difli~rent shapes and sizes. This assortment includes tissue-wrapped, cedar-wrapped, tubed cigars and a tor- pedo-shaped cigar. Royal Jamaica joins the family of cigars distributed by Lane which in- dudes Dtmhill's M~tecntz. Dmahill's Ran~,m Alkmes. D~ill's Terrk~ Hall a~d ~ of Hoaoc Sosnick Cos. elect SANTA CLARA, CA: Eugene Sosnick. president of the Capital Cigar & Candy Co., Sacramento and Reno. was elected to succeed his late brother Marvin as chairman of the board of the Sosnick Com- panies at a recent board of directors meeting here. Sosnick The Sosnick companies include Ber- covlch-Sosnick Tobacco & Candy Co. in San Leandm and Fresno, the Melvin Sosnick Co. in Santa Clara and San Francisco. and Capital Cigar & Candy in Sacramento and Reno. The new chairman has worked all facets of the business. While still in high school, he drove a Sosnick truck and, following his graduation from the University of the Pacific in 1954, he took salesmen's routes during their va- cations, worked in the office, and then spent two years as a salesman in the Sunset District of San Francisco. When his brother Peter left the Melvin Sosnick Co. to head the then newly- acquired Bercovich Cigar Co., Gene became the buyer for the Melvin Sosnick Co. Gene Sosnick chmn. In 1958. he became head of the Sac- ramento operation of Capital Cigar Co. That business flourished under his di- rection to the point where it moved twice to larger v.~rehouse and office facilities. Gene also v,~ts responsible for t~le company's expansion into Nevada. The new Sosnick chairman is also chairman and past president of the Cal- ifornia Association of Tobacco & Can- dy Distributors and is a member of the board of trustees of the National Asso- ciation of Tobacco Distributors. In accepting the chairmanship of the family company. Gene Sosnick noted his pride in carrying on the tradition of personalized service established by his father, Melvin Sosnick. and brothers Peter and Marvin, all deceased. "'In the beginning, there was a sales force of one -- Melvin Sosnick.'" he notes. "'Now there are over 300 employees. We've gone from a horse driven cart to diesel trucks to deliver our products. but the commitment In service has nev- er changed. Customers are our most important asset and we never lose sight of that tact." The Sosnick Companies serve an area as tar south as Bakersfield. as |~r west as Mid-Nevada, as ihr north as the Oregon border and as tar west as the Pacific Ocean. Tushingham gets tobacco category at N.Y. Times NEW YORK: Richard Tushingham has been named group manager for to- bacco and alcoholic beverage advertis- ing at the New York Times, succeeding Margaret Gordon, who has been as- signed to manage media advertising. Tushingham was grocery advertising manager. Tobacconist on board for downtown renewal NEW BRITAIN, CT IAMWI: Jim- my Onorato of Jimmy's Smoke Shop has been elected to the board of com- missioners which will oversee the spending and programs for Connecti- cut's lirst designated Downtown Spe- cial Services District. The designation allows taxes to be used for such special sea, ices as addi- tional s~urity, proomtional activities or relaovarion Ioalls. Last December. 52 property owner~ agreed to p~y an additional 10% in taxes to tinaace do~nto~n im4no~'eraents, Ma.vtx William J. McNamaca aatici- pales that abo~ $1OO.000 ~ ill be r'~im, d froea the first levy Jaly 1. Calio appointed v.p., PAC director of NAW WASHINGTON. DC: Nicholas E. Colin. most recently chief litigation counsel to the Washington Legal Foun- dation and as counsel to the law firm of Santarelli & Bond. has been appointed vice president of government relations fi~r the National Association of Whole- saler-Distributors. Colin will also be executive director of the Wholesale Distributors Political Action Committee. Barry Nova leaves U.S. Tobacco posts GREENWICH. CT: Barry J. Nova, an executive vice president and director of U. S. Tobacco. has resigned from the company and from the board. Manuel Leitao, a senior vice presi- dent and also a director of the company, has assumed Nowa's responsibilities as )resident of the tobacco division for the present time. "'Mr. Nova guided the division through a period of real growth in the ~ast several year~, and we wish him well in hi~ future endeavors.'" said chairmm and president Louis E ~ tle. TI56324123
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March I, 1984 tmi~dttolc¢ !o12<~¢a oadcaa¢~ joumol 9 NATD leaders map association's course tContinued frorn page 1) Gordon: The move to Washington was considered in the strategic plan. The committee also analyzed the role and purpose of the Executive Management Division. the Young Executives Divi- sion as well as the association itself. Burns: As I said, now that the plan has the approval of the board, we are in a position to follow through. Many of the plans require action by the board or the full membership and they will be ready to be voted on at the upcoming March conventitm. USTCJ: Is strategic planning for an organization like the NATD a corn- situation? Burns: It is. Each bf the areas under concern has a number of issues to be addressed. Any association, especially one with a 50-year history, requires not only input from various sources, but time to restructure its direction and pro- grams. You're involved with tradition and established programs. Change in any organization requires planning and commitment. USTCJ: You've .just issued a finan- cial report to the membership. What has the reaction been? Burns: As with onr first annual report last year, the reaction regarding this year's report was excellem. Gordon: The reaction to the 1983 re- port was phenomenal, if anything. I had letters and phone calls telling me how much they appreciated receiving the re- 1 never expected the reaction to be so great. USTCJ: Was there any dismay about the size of the assoeiatlon's deficit? Gordon: No. Certainly the board members knew before the report that there was deficit and the reasons for it. And the membership hasn't expressed to me any surprise about its size. I think we projected a deficit of $230,000 and it came in at $'210,000. From the board's standpoint, I think there was satisfaction that we were on target. Nobody. of course, wants to be on target from the negative side, but the board onderstood what ,,,,-as b~appening. USTCJ: Didn't the association his- tocieall'y ~ a snb~t,~tial ~? C..--~d~m: F~c ma~y ye~r~, the NATD did have a sizable nest egg, a considera- ble amount of money in trust funds. But over the past three or four years, as has happened with every association I know of, those funds were needed to cover the expenses of operation. As an associa- tion, we had a dwindling membership and increased costs of doing business. Arnold Gordon USTCJ: In his comments in the an- nual report, Bill McCarthy referred to extraordinary expenses. What were they? Gordon: The search and hiring of a new executive director during 1982 was an expensive procedure. Don't forget. we had a search committee of six to eight members who met several times to consider candidates, and these mem- bers came from all parts of the country. We had to transport them and provide accommodations for them. Then, when we hired our executive director as a full-time manager, we had to pay him much more than we paid Joseph Kolodny -- and there was also the expense of moving Mr. Burns to the New York area. These are not the kinds of expenses that you usually incur. USTCJ: There is no question that NATD has gone through some diffi- cult years recently, Arnold. How do you feel about the association's situa- tion now? Gordon: I'm very pleased. Just the other day I was reltecting on the asso- ciation today as it compares with two years ago and how much more it is now to the membership and to the members of the board of trustees. We've come a long way. Terry gave us a two on your 12-hour clock: I'd give us a six. USTCJ: You mean the as-~ciation is halfway there? Gordoa: Danm c!,o~ ~o being halfway thet,~. We've got a lot to do, bat tke groundwork -- the most difficult and the most basic pa~t of the job -- has been done. We have changed the asso- ciation's direction and we have im- proved its image. In most cases, we have instilled a new world of confidence in the leadership of the association and in our executive director. The NATD is alive, well and growing. USTCJ: The 1984 NATD convention ~s approaching with the theme of "Focus on the Future." How will this convention focus on the future? Burns: There are three main elements to the convention, One, of course, is the trade show. Second is the social pro- gram. and the third is a major commit- ment to the educational program.These bode well for the future of the associa- tion and its membership. When the committee and ! adopted the theme of"Focus on the Future," the thought was in relation to the future of the association -- and a number of changes that came out of the strategic planning process will be announced and launched at the convenlion. That will be our focus on the future. The appearance of President Gerald Ford will signify the Iongterm, major commitment to our involvement in the legislative process -- and the associa- tion's relocation of its headquarters to Washington is an enhancement of this. USTCJ: How does President Ford's appearance relate to your legislative commitment? Burns: He will be speaking about the legislative process. But there's some- thing else about his appearance. As you know. for the past year we have been focusing on moving the convention to an international scope by inviting both overseas manufacturers and distributors to participate. President Ford is interna- tionally known and he will lend some credibility to our organization and our overall program by his appearance. Getting foreign manufacturers and distributors is a longterm process. Like the reorganization of the association. this will not be done tomorrov,: We have to instill credibility and build an image out there. This may take anywhere from two to five years. I'm happy if we get four or five Ibreign manufacturers and distributors in, Then next year, 1"1l take USTCJ: How else wiH you focus on the f~ttwe? ~ Dutiag the .,.-uacgic tCanai~g Ted Leed process, the education commlttee-- as well as the Executive Management Di- vision and the Young Executives Divi- sion- agreed education is key factor in this association. This is the reason we engaged Ted Leed as education advisor. He has had some mandates to be out in the field, to address some of the issues which came up in our membership sur- vey and in our planning meetings, and to focus on the education needs through a variety of delivery systems -- a work- shop. a printed piece, visitations, etc. USTCJ: Ted, we've been speaking about the upcoming NATD con- vention and about the education needs of the membership. In what way will the convention address these needs? Leed: We can expect the very profes- sional workshops to focus in on sub- jects that are important to the distributor -- the use of computers, building a winning management team, commu- nicating more effectively, etc. We will have topnotch speakers, people with good track records; they will give us real content and deliver it profession- ally. In addition, we are going to have a series of roundtable discussions which will enable particularly the smaller op- erators to share ideas on the operating aspects of the business. These will be nuls and bolts sessions. We will also have an idea exchange, which I don't think has ever been tried before by the NATD. People will sit down and share ideas on three or four operational areas in an open session. The moderator will direct the discus- sions in the direction the attendees want to go, They can discuss any aspect of their operation they choose. It's been nay experience with other groups that these exchanges produce some ex- tremely beneficial and helpful ideas. USTCJ: How do you get a group of this type to start talking? Leed: You ask about thin~s which ha~e ,,rocked I~r lhem, oppt~mities they iCe, tinned on page 10) TI56324126
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10 NATD leaders fContinued from page 9) have tried, or you ask them to address certain problems like shrinkage or pro- ductivity or teamwork. It really starts nut by asking the people what they would like to talk about, what key areas, where they are having diffi- culties, or if they have tried any new techniques -- and it just goes from there. We have another educational session which should be topnotch. It's listed on the women's program, but it is not re- stricted to women. It's on how to deal with stress. USTCJ: Terry, some people have ex- pressed the opinion that March is not really an ideal time for a trade show. Have you considered rescheduling the convention and annual show to another time of the year? Burns: We are committed to dares and sites for the next few years, but if there is a desire to shift to another time of the year. we will address it. Of course, we must take into consideration the meet- ing dates of other associations, the Na- lional Candy Wholesalers Association. the National American Wholesale Gro- cers Association, the National Associa- tion of Convenience Stores, etc. Gordon: Foras long as [ can remember the NATD has always met in March or April. If we change to another time. we're going to step on someone else's toes. With the proliferation of trade shows. I don't see how we could avoid it. USTCJ: It has been mentioned, Ter. ry, that one of the extraordinary ex- penses being incurred by the NATD is the cost of moving the association's headquarters to the Washington area. Why is there a need to relocate to Washington? Burns: The move to Washington wa.s part of the association's long-range goals. 1 think the real question is, "Why the move now?" In the reorgan- ization, restructuring and restaffing of the association to meet its long-range goals, it became apparent that the Washington area had many of the re- sources ~ need. USTCJ: Our final question, Arnold, is somewhat related. NATD is initiat- ing a Political Action Committee. Why? Gordon: It's an element of the Iotai legislative pcogr~m ~,e are de-,eloping md the legislative progr,~m, as oar sat- of our membership. We had a mandate from our members to establish a grassroots network under the direction of our legislative commit- lee chairman. St~en Bloom. He estab- lished that network of about 50 members, key distributors in the vari- ous states. Our PAC is one element of the legis- lative program and it gives us on a na- tional level an access to legislators that ~s on a par with the access enjoyed by other lobbying groups. USTCJ: How important is it for the tobacco and candy wholesaler to be Cigarette taxes were five times what farmers earned for leaf WASHINGTON, D.C.: The federal and ,,,tale governments collected five times more money from cigarette taxes la.',t },ear than Farmers earned tbr the tobacco used in cigarette production, a report issued by The Tobacco Institute shows. Cigarette sales generated a record $7.8 billion in tax revenue for govern- ment at all levels during the 12 months ending last June 30, according to the trade group. The amount, levied on IF THEY'RE NOT ON YOUR SHELVES, YOU'RE MISSING OUT. Because Taylor's Pride and Levi Garrett Plug are two of the most pop_ular brands of soft plug chewing tobacco in the whole country. And the demand for them keepsgrowing every day. For two gqod reasons. Number one: they taste great. And number two: the rescalable foil pouch keeps them soft and moist so the flavor stays fi'esh. So make sure you carry thebig sellers, and cash in on the profits! For information, contact your local Conwood sales representative or phone our Customer Service Department toll free at 1.800,238.2409. involved at the national level vis a vis the state level? Burns: This association represents peo- ple. This is where NATD can be most efl~ctive, by involving the membership in this industry's legislative process. The NATD grassroots is one element of this legislative process. The NATD PAC and our Washington representa- tives are a big part of this program. The mo~'e to Washington, the development of coalitions are essential elements. too. As Arnold staled, we look forward to ~is program to be peo~five, not Delaware okays tax on cigarette units DOVER. DE (MO): A week after rejecting the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.',,; request that Delaware tax ciga- rettes at 0.7¢ per cigarette rather than seven cent.,, lbr ever3' I0 cigarettes or fraction thereof in a cigarette pack. the General Assembly has reversed itself and sent ll.B, 391 to the Governor for hLs signature. Reynolds wanted the change so it ctmld market Century ~-packs in Del- a~-.a'e. The bill ~ by lhe General A,,sembly ~t~ld red~e the tax on a lX~-k of Century front 21¢ to 17.5¢. March t, 1984 29.2 billion packs, was an increase of $I.I billion over the previous year and reflects only six months of the newly doubled federal cigarette tax. In contrast. U.S. Department of Ag- riculture data show the domestic to- bacco used in those cigarettes was x~alued at approximately $1.4 billion. Most heavily taxed "'Tobacco has been -- and remains -- the most heavily taxed single con- sumer product," Tobacco Institute chairman Horace R. Kornegay said in releasing the report. "Those who pro- pose further cigarette tax increases ig- nore the fact lhat government makes more money on lobacco than any one sector of the industry ~ from the grower right up to the retailer.'" The t~deral cigarette excise, in- creased from eight to sixteen cents per pack of 20 on January I, 1983, raised $3.4 billion during the 12-month period. The Institute says. The amount was a $900 million increase over 1982 collections. State cigarette taxes, increased by 13 states during calendar 1983, yielded $4.2 billion over the period -- up at- most $200 million. North Carolina has the lowest state cigarette tax at 2¢ per pack. The highest tax -- 26¢ ~ is levied in Massachusetts and Connecti- cut. Municipal cigarette taxes. The In- stitute says. grossed au additional $174.4 million over the 12 months. An Institute survey, conducted last November. shows that federal and state cigarette taxes accounted for a nation- wide average of 33.2% of the product's retail price ~ up from an average 26.8% in November 1982. Kornegay urged policy makers to consider nmre equitable and,broad- based tax programs to finance govern- ment. Further cigarette tax increases, he said, would be "'vindictive and coun- terproductive, jeopardizing thousands of jobs.'" According to The Institute survey. the average retail price tbr a pack of cigarettes last November was 94.7¢ -- up from an average 81.9¢ a year earlier. Reflecting state tax rates, the average per-pack price ranged fi'om a low of 75¢ in North Carolina to a high of $1.13 in Connecticut. Help yourself and your business. Read every issue of The UNITED STATES TOBACCO AND CANDY TI56324127
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Another |0¢ candy treat from CANDY COMPANY, Not Inc. 7301 West Harrison Street Forest Park, Illinois 60130 U.S.A. WHEN YOU THINK PRE-SMOKED PIPES, THERE IS ONLY ONE... Dr.Glabow .... the world's leadin~ manufacturer of pre-smoked pipes Our wide assortment of corn cobs, briars, and meerschaum-lined pipes will serve your custo- mers' needs: • reasonably priced for quick turns • carded-for easy handling and display • proven reputation .for quality Come see our complete line at the NATD D~. G~abow Pipes P.O.B. 849 Sparta, NC ?.8675 (919) 37~--55~1 BEING NUMBER O.NE IS NO ACCIDENT~. Let's talk about money For some time. a minority group known ~.~ ASH (Aetion on Smoking and Health) has been infringing on my rights as an American Citizen. I call the ASH a minority group. Whether they are or not 1 really can't say, however, they must be, otherwise they wouldn't be able to accomplish what they have. It seems the majority just doesn't count anymore. ASH is requesting the Civil Aeronautics Board to get a federal ruling banning smoking un flights that am I hour or less, even though 83ck of people surveyed say they are satisli~d the way it is now. One small group should not be allowed to regulate the majority. Keep one thing in mind. Every little anti-smoking law enacted, brings the realization of total prohibition of smoking just a little bit closer. It's a scary thought. Can you imagine no cigarettes? Oh. you non-smokers. I can hear your cheers already. But before you pat yourselves on the back, let's talk For the fiscal year ending June 30. 1982, a total of 2%978,068,000 state tax paid ~acks of cigarettes were sold in the United States. At an average cost per pack of 81.9 cents, that brings the total dollar figure of $24,552.037.692. Of that amount $6.708,603,000 went to federal, state, and municipal taxes. These taxes represent more than four times the gross receipts of the hirmer for the leaf tobacco used in the manufacture of domestically consumed cigarettes. The overall taxes imposed al the three levels of governmant make up about a dfird of the price of a pack of cigarettes. As of January 1. 1983. the federal tax on a pack of cigarettes doubled to 16¢. One must also consider the injustice imposed upon cigarette users who secure no special benefits by virtue of paying the tax. Where cigarettes are concerned, oolitical expediency; rather than tax equity, has been the controlling factor in the minds of taxing authorities at all levels of government. According to a study in 1979 by the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton Applied Research Center. the $21.3 billion Americans paid over the counter for tobacco products generated $57.6 billion toward the Gross National Product. Tobacco's estimated contribution to the 1979 GNP ~,v,s roughly two and a half times net expenditures on the industry's products. This fact alone demonstrates dramatically the magnitude of cigarettes and other tobacco products indirect or ripple effect on the nation's economy. In 1979, tobacco and its supplier industries accounted directly and indirectly for the employment of 2.5% of Anrerica's private sector labor force. Cigarettes are more heavily taxed than any other consumer product. More than $6 billion in excises are pumped annually into federal, state and local government coft~rs to help with everything from road building to school lunch programs. Think about November 17. the day of the Great American Smokeout. If no one bought cigarettes that day the three taxing levels of government would loose over $21.000,000 in revenue. Just for one day. This means that not only smokers but non-smokers also would have to make up that lost revenue. How does ASH and GASP (Group Against Smoking Pollution) intend to replace the jobs and revenue lost? Every household in the United States will have to pick up an extra $285 per year in taxes. Evenxme. Plus unemployment is increased. On Noveml~er 4, 1983 the advisory council on social security recommended that the Congress incre~.se federal excise taxes once again. Their excuse this time is to meet increased costs associated with Medicare's Hospital "frost Funds. This continued taxation must stop betbre no tobacco industry is left to tax. You people who oppose smoking and think you have it so bad now just remember what was written a few paragraphs back--lf you allow the politicians to keep taxing and if you allow ASH and GASP to ban smoking in public places, it won't be long until another large percent of the nation is out of work and every single person in the U.S, is making up that lost revenue that the government is not about to just write oft: We will never be without those who try to dictate and oppress the rights of others for their own selfish desires, but we still have the fight to express our opinions. Write your congressman and senators and let them know your feelings con- ceming taxation and banning cigarettes. I'm tax a,,,king anyone to smoke---just leave the smokers alone. Rtmly Griffin Pm~t Wh*kmle Mereamile Ce., Ama61~, Tx. TI56324129
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Selling tough in '84 By William J. Tobin • "For those who keep tr3"ing, fifilure is temporary.'" -- Frank Tyger "It has been said," quipped a report- er for the Wall Street Journal recently. "that if all the economist', in the world were laid end to end the)." would dis- agree.'" The writer's humorous ubser- v'ation spotlights a problem that will either make or break salespeople during 1984. The inability of business annie, sis to provide cleareut answers to the question "Whither the economy today?" con- fuses all of us. Economists. the ',,,'odd m~er. are deeply concerned about the $200-billion a .x~ar USA budget deli- tits. Will these biggest-deficits-ever in- flate world interest rates and deflate the wllrld's economies? And the,~ are not at all sure how the Third World countries National Conference of Catholic Charities tobacco/confectionery division honoring Walter Neary, Sr. Richard Orcutt President Sr. Vice President, Sales Neary Distributing Co. Lorillard March 20, 1984 Loews Anatole Hotel Dallas, Texas 6:30 PM Cocktails 7:30 PM Dinner $200 per person... $50 accompanying spouse PLEASE RESERVE MAIL TICKETS TO: NAME It's a great party! It's an industry reunion! It's a most worthy cause! Make your reservations now; you'll have one less item to worry about before the NATD Dallas Convention SEATS FORTHE NCCC, MARCH 20th DINNER IN DALLAS. COMPANY PHONE NO. ( ADDRESS CITY, STATE, ZIP Check enclosed in the amount of $___ I @ $200 ($200 per person; $50 accompanying spouse) Please make check payable to CATHOLIC CHARITIES. MAIL TO: Joanne Goldstein, Chairperson U.S. Tobacco & Candy Journal 254 West 31st Street New York, New York 10001 v, ill manage payments on their huge International Moneta~ Fund loans. Is there a xxodd depression around the cor- ner? Other economi.sls are brightly op- timistic, with good reasnn: Business is getting better in nearly all the world's industrial countries. The USA econo- my is actually in an accelerating phase of devclopmcm. So, v,e have a choice. We can accept the gloomier lbrecasts or those that take u pnsitive sland about future business conditions. The latter viev,; that bnsi- hess is potentially better than the signs ~eem to indicate, is the more fiwored view -- for the moment. And you curt be encouraged by the Pact that periods of hardselt always have been tbllowed by periods of growth and prosperit}: However. let's temper that heartening thought with the caution that business- getting isn't likely to be any picnic in the diflicuh period directly ahead. To- day's cnmpetition is smarter, tighter, rougher~ tougher -- domestically and internationally, h's big and powerful. Whether it's big business or small busi- ness. there's a fight for market,,, and .sales. And, on a smaller scale, there's the workaday cnmpetitiveness of sales- person vs salesperson and the still more personal struggle to keep your earning capacity up to your yenrning capacity. But yearn you will and earn you inusl. So. if you reason along with me, you realize this is a time to take stock. to think deeply about the how-to of up- crating more effectively in today's in- c,'easiugly competitive sales climate. The $64 question is: How? let me suggest that one good way to do this is to pose a series of four deceptively sim- ple bul tough questions about your salesmanship: One nbont the customer. One abuut )'our product selling tech- niques. One about a way to multiply the results of your selling. And, linally, one about your personal salesmanship. How, lbr example, might you answer questions like: • How ~,¢'tively do you cater to customer problems and/~eeds? The problems are bigger, the needs are more urgent iu a peri¢~l of hard-sell. The ob- vious answer is: G~ selling n'ith soht. tions,t Needs are problems of supply and demand. Problems require swcrs, and answers are the solutions f~ which .~our customers are looking. A how-to example is that of a top sales- man who collects all kinds of new inl~- marion about marketing, distribution and production to discuss with his sales contacts. He t3,pes the more impomt= intbrmation on index cards and fdn tl~em fi~r l~u~ re~rence. The,,,e rently maintained notes are tContinued o~ pttg¢ ~1 TI56324131
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16 utdl~ltl¢~.t k~mc¢~ ¢mdctmclg joum~ March 1, 1984 By Suzy Fucini MILWAUKEE: If you engage Richard Saltier in a conversation about the tubacco/candy wholesaling busi- ness. chances are the Milv,-aukee dis- tributor will use the term "family industry,.'" The vice president olD, Kur- man Co.. Saltier likes to point out that the industry is comprised largely of firms like his own -- firms established in the early part of this century which have been passed down to successive generations of the founder's de- scendents. D. Kurman itself was started in 1908 by Sattler's great:grandfather, David Kunnan. Richard's grandfather, Phillip Kurman, still serves as president of the 45-employee firm. "lbday, the company. which does a 540-50 million annual volume in tobacco/candy/sundry prod- ucts and liquor, draws attention to its Inng family affiliation with the slogan, "Four generations of wholesale service to the retail trade," "'This is clearly a family industry, says Sattler, who joined the company in the mid-1970s. "'Unlike other indus- tries, many tobacco/candy wholesaling firms bave remained in the hands of their founders' families. On the positive side, this has enabled them to build up longstanding personal relationships with retailers in their communities.'" Yet, Sattler is also aware that the rules of the game are changing fast. Increased competition, the rise of large retail chains, computer technology and uther developments have created a whole new set of challenges and oppor- tunities for today's tobacco/candy dis- tributors. Transition period It is incumbent upon the current gen- eration of wholesalers. Sattler believes Io guide their companies threugh the transition from "'family business" to modem corporate enti .ty. "'The "family structure" of this industry can be a prob- lem in the sense that it often impedes change," maintains the Wisconsin dis- tdbutor. "'Wholesalers which have been doing things one way for several gener- ations adopt the attitude. "Well, it's suod~ed 1~ us 'all these years." B~ what tl~] ~ fail to re-.dize is that tbey live m a cor~k:~ely difkn~,~ their l~hers and ~-~dt~hers. If How the D. Kurman Co. keeps up with the changing times don't adapt their companies to the real- ities of today's marketplace, they're not going to survive into the next genera- lion.'" As a man who practices what he ~reaches, Richard Sattler has been the impetus behind many significant changes and innovations at the 76-year- old firm. In the mid-1970s he intro- duced an IBM system computer to Ihe company's 28,000 sq. it. Milwaukee warehouse, resulting in more efficient • "5 :" Employee uses IBM system computer order processing and better service to the company's 2200 retail accounts. Another area where the youthful execu- tive has applied his face-lifting efforts is in the promotional arena. He has gained reams of publicity for D. Kurman through sponsoring such events as an autograph-signing session with the Milwaukee Brewers held several years ago to celebrate National Candy Month. Local promotions are something that D. Kurman is emphasizing mnre and more all the time, says Saltier. The rea- son. he discloses, is that his Milwaukee market has become "'unbelievably mr>re fractionalized'" over the past five )'cars. "'Large wholesaling firms from Chi- cago have started coming into this mar- ket. The price competition here is just incredible." he remarks. "Several local whulesalers have gone out of business as a result. The retail market in Mil- waukee is more fractionalized than it's ever been. "'D. KunnanN response to this situa- tion." continue~ Satder. "has been to become much more aggre~i~ promo- tionally-speaking. We've become very big o¢~ hxzal l'mblicity, and ~'ve ~'..eral ne~ program,, to give our com- pany gt~ater visibility in the c~'~nvaai- One of these "'programs" is a local trade show fi>r-retailers, which D. Kur- man began holding in tall. 1982. Mod- eled after national industry events, the show ligatures exhibits from tobacco; candy/sandy manufacturers, and gives retailers the oppnrtunity to buy at spe- cial discount,,. The 1983 trade sbow was held at Mil- ~.aukee's State Fair Park, and attendant retailers were offered free refreshments a.s well as tbe chance to win valuable door prizes. "'Basically, however, it was a buying event." details Sattler. "'One of the mistakes we made with our initial show in 1982 was that we didn't make it clear enough 1o retailers that they could buy at the exhibition. Consequently, I don't think our 1982 turnnut was as big as it might have been -- we only drew several hundred retailers. "'This year, however, we stressed the buying theme of the show in telegrams and bulletins which were sent to re- tailers. We also offered an incenlive to our own salesmen for getting their ac- counts to come -- the salesman who brought the most attendants won a color TV. As a re.`,uh of these steps, the show's atteudance increased by a cou- ple hundred." Approximately 125 manufacturers and brokers participated in the 1983 event, either as sponsors or exhibitors. Nevertheless. says Sattler. "'we still think we could do a lot better in terms of both manufacturer response and retailer attendance. But these things take time to get established." The wholesaler notes that his firm plans to make the trade show an annual event. "We feel that the show and the resultant publicity will go a long way toward promoting our company with retail accounts throughout the area.'" he comments. Catalog for retailers Another promotional step which the wholesaler has undertaken to meet in- creased compelition is to publish and distribute a 16-tragc catalog for retailers offering special values on selected mer- chandise. Called The Katalog, and edi- ted by Saltier himself, the publication cocaes ont ever), two mondts. It ',,~ldi- lion to ctmtami~ yoke-priced The Katalo¢ highlights ~ I:mxlucts Employee stocks liquor shelves in cash- and-carry area of Kurman's Milwaukee warehouse and it offers merchandising advice to store owners. A recent issue, for exam- ple, featured tips on effective checkout counter displays. "Our Kamlog is not simply a selling device, it's a marketing tool for the re- taller," says Sattler. "We 'feel that one of the roles of today's distributors is to furnish accounts with information they can use in running their businesses. If you provide this service, you'll build up loyalty and goodwill among retailers, and you'll be in a better position to withstand competition.'" The Katalog has been very well re- ceived since it made its debut in spring. 1983. the wholesaler reports. "'We really offer some fantastic values, many of these are based on special buys that we've obtained from our suppliers. All in all, this has been an extremely effec- tive promotion." A secnnd printed promotional mate- rial introduced by the wholesaler dur- ing the past year is a brochure outlining the history and services of D. ,Kurman Co. The glossy brochure, which fea- tures photographs of company facilities and personnel, was sent out to all of the distributor's existing accounts. Addi- tionally, it is left with every new retailer visited by the firm's salesmen. "'It's much more effective than a business card," comments Sattler, who was responsible for "80%" of the bro- chure's design and copy. "'The whole undertaking cost only a few hundred dollars, yet it's gone a long way toward upgrading our corporate image. An- other way we use the brochure is to hagl it out to employees who am filling o~t applications so that they can famJliariz~ themselves with oar operation." may. bring excellent eesuits-- ~ LCoarim~ed on pa~e TI56324133
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Sun.Maid Seedless Raisins: Nat~ Sun-Dried Raisins • No Artificial Preservatives or Flavors • It's the Raisin • It's Sun,Maid Packaging Information: Product Case Case Casez .~. • Code Packed Wt. Dimensions Cube Pallet 5833 4136--I oz, 11.6 Ibs. 13als" x 831~" x 8V~" .527 96 Bag Raisins (16 x 6} Sun.Maid Carob Crunch: A Delightful Blend of Carob Chips, Peanuts, Raisins, Sunflower Seeds, Dates and Almonds Packaging Information: Product Case Case Cases Per Code Packed Wt. Dimensions Cube Pallet 7327 4136--I oz. 12.5 Ibs. 133/8" x 8~/B" x 8 ~1~" .527 96 I~ag Carob Cr. ( 16 x 6) Sun.Maid Raisin Crunch: A De,c~ous Mixture of Raisins, Toffee Peanuts, Almonds, Hazelnuts and Walnuts Packaging Information: Product Case Case Cases Per Code Packed Wt. Dimensions Cube Pallet 7317 4/36--1 oz. 12.5 Ibs. 13~/0" x8~/." x8VB .... .527 96 Raisin Cr. ( 16 x 6) Sun.Maid Fruit Bits: A Unique Blend of Dried Apricots, Apples, California Seedless and Golden Raisins Packaging Information: Product Ca~ ~ Cases P~ Code Packed Wt Dimensions Cub~ Pallet 7027 4/36--a/4 or 9.7 Ibs. 13~/~" x 8~/B" x 5%" .527 96 Fruit Bi~ TI56324135
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March 1, 1984 tmil=d~ Iol~v=~ ¢m¢1 ¢¢m~ joue~el ]9 Kurman (Continued from page I6) as Sattler points out. a distributor's most effective selling tool are his "'flesh-and-blood'" salesmen. With this in mind, the Milwaukee wholesaler de- vised an ambitious new incentive pro- gram in 1983 to motivate his 12- member sales staff: "'B a.sieally, we had two objectives we wanted to accomplish -- we v.-anted to gain new accounts and we wanted to build the volume of business being done with existing accounts," Sattler discloses. "'We thought long and hard about ways we could motivate our sales- men to accomplish these goals. Like many distributors, we'd tried a lot of things in the past- paving out PMs, giving the guys TVs. shoes, turkeys and so foah. What we wanted to come up with was a program that was really different and exciting." Thus. Sattler put together a contest package tar more comprehensive than anything the company had ever run in the past. Lasting for an entire year, the program offered a week-long trip tbr two to anywhere in the continental U.S. or the Caribbean to each salesman who opened 12 new accounts. To qualify, the accounts had to be sustained for the course of the year, and each accuunt had to give a minimum of $2000 busiaess per month. In lieu of opening 12 new accounts, salesmen could qualify for! the prize by increasing business by $72.fl00 a month in 12 existing ac- counts. -We also made prizes available to salesmen who brought in Ibe equivalent volume of business in different incre- ments. For instance, instead of opening 12 new accounts at $2000 each, a sales- man could upen six new accounts at $4000.'" explains Sattler. "'Giving the guys their choice of going anywhere in the U.S. or the Caribbean added to the excitement of the contest. We also otz feted a grand prize of a trip for two anywhere in the world to salesmen who opened 24 new accounts at $2000 each or the equivalent. Furthermore. they got an extra bonus o1"$250 spending money : if cigarettes accounted for less than 70% of the volume in at least half the stores.'" Wives involved too As a means of generating encourage- ment on the home front, the distributor ~ent out letters to the salesmen's wives telling them about the contest and vaca- tion prize. "The guys didn't resent this at all -- they liked it, because their wives became more supportive and more involved in their careers." Sattler relates. "Some of the wives asked how they could help. and I told them that if they knew anybody who owned a retail business they should give the name to their husband." Customer receives assistance at check- out area of cash-and-carry section of Milwaukee warehouse With a month left-to go in the contest, Sattler reports that three or four of his men should qualil, Ibr the basic prize and one. possibly, for the grand prize. "Everybody's sales went up--the pro- gram really had a tremendous impact." comments the wholesaler. "'Our business, in general, has taken off the past four or five months," he adds. "'Some of this, I think, is due to the improved economy." The D. Kur- man vice president is also quite pleased about the mix of products his cmnpany has been selling. "'Candy accounts for over 20% of our business, whereas the industry, norm is somewhere in the 12-15% range," he notes. What Sattler terms his "'biggest suc- cess of 1983" came in the candy catego- ry. The company opened a major new confectionery account with the Kohl's department store chain, resulting in "a candy order of over SI00,000 one month -- up from "nothing' the pre- vious month." "'KohlX hadn't carried candy before, because they didn't believe in it. But we I~:11 they should take the path of K Mart and other mass merchandisers who have enjoyed great success with con- fectionet3' products. We ran tests in some of their stores, showed them prod- uct movement figures, and drew up plan-o-grams. Essentiall): we made be- lievers out of them." Despite the fruitful outcome of these efforts, Sattler says that he is cautious about becoming too heavily involved in selling candy to mass merchandisers. "'There's always the danger that. alter you've invested all your time laving the groundwork, the chain will start buying direct li'om the manufacturer. This is a risk that's always present when you're dealing with mass merchandisers." Nevertheless, Sattler~ whose Favor- ite leisure activity is driving formula race cars--is not averse to taking risks. On the contrary, the energetic distribu- tor believes that today's wholesalers are going to have to try out new-- and often risky -- practices in order to keep their companies in step with the competitive market of the 1980s. "'The same old methods just don't work anymore." he remarks. "The wholesaling firms which survive the 1980s will be the ones who can forget about "the way things have always been done' and come up with innovative new programs in the areas of promotions, management, sales motivation and other phases of their operation." Everest climbers READING. PA: Luden's, Inc.. is participating as a sponsor of the first American team to attempt to climb the Norlheast Buttress route to Mr. Everest pioneed by George Mallory in 1924. The expedition has three objectives: {I) To conduct medical research to try Io detine the link between the brain and lungs that results in pulmonary edema: 1.2) To exchange intbrmation on moun- taineering practices and rescue tech- bring along candy niqnes with the Chinese Mountaineer- ing Association. and (3) "lb reach the summit of Mr. Everest. During practice climbs, the Amer- ican team used Ludeu's Norlights lbr quick energy and as a morale builder. When it begins its climb May 12, the team will have along--with Lndeo's compliments--Norlights. Jelly But- tons, assorted hard candy, fruit barrels and sour balls. R.M. Palmer Co. honors Ohio broker Heavy ad push opens for Scripto erasable ATLANTA: Scripto has launched a $2 million plus advertising campaign to educate teenagers about the writing quality of its 69¢ disposable erasable pen. "The goal is to educate non-erasable users about Scripto as well as 1o re- educate consumers or win back those who have tried erasable pens and dis- liked their performance." says William R. Gauch, product manager. Ads in Seventeen, Teen, Sport. Pen- life. Co-Ed, Boy's L~fe. Senior Scholas- tic. Tiger Beat, US and Teen Beat will introduce the ad theme which will also be carried through cable television and radio commercials. The four-color print ads run from February through October, with the exception of July. Scnpto print ad The print ad headline advises teens to "'Win the battle against the Blotchies, Smudgies and Globbies.'" The 30-second tv commercial which airs l'r~n Febma~,' to September on ca- ble's MTV emphasize,, "'The Nev, Scripto Erasable Pen Writes Smooth and Er',tses Easy. Evcrytime.'" A heavy .schedule of 60-second radio spots began airing In.st month in the top 42 U.S. markets. Help yom'self aad yeu¢ ~ ~ every issue of The UNFrED STATES ~CCO AND CANDY ,I~OI31~NAL, TI56324136
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20 ~t'~al~t I~ ~h~kj ~m~l Marcia l, 1984 By George N. Kahn, Marketing ComTdtant ~ George N. Kahn Samples can't talk Quite often a salesman is asked to leave a sample with a purchasing agent. The agent may want to examine it at leisure or show it to someone else in his organization, perhaps an engineer. By all means honor this request but don't walk away with the comfortable belief that the sample will make the sale for you. It won't. You must back it up with a solid presentation. The buyer needs more than jnst the sample to help him make up his mind. Sample care No sample should be left with a buyer unless it is complete and perfect in every detail. A misplaced tag or la- bel. a dirty or soiled part could spell disaster for you. Before you deposit the with the purchaser, go over it with loving care. Make sure its ap- has miximum appeal. Not long ago a young man called at our house, selling encyclopedias. He was neatly dressed and well educated. But what impressed me most was the way he handled his sample. He had a volume of the encyclopedia in a zippered velvet bag inside his brief- case. The salesman withdrew the book with near tenderness. The volume was immaculate. The young man leafed through the ;as if each were made of precious was in his presentation a great deal of showmanship, drama, if you like. But it was highly effective. am now the owner of a new set of Ihe encyclopedia. The service "sample" The proper use of samples applies as well to the service salesman. A service salesman, for example, should see that his presentations are clear and easy to read. In preparing a proposal, he should make sure that the prospectus answers all probable questions. A prospect wants to know what he's going Io get, how much it will cost him and for how long. The sarae is true of mutual fund sell- ing. The investment plata should be fully laid out ~o that a child could dcf,dard it. "f~is can be do~e ~i~o~t "talkin~ d~,~'rt" to lk¢ Some salesmen have a tendency to let their samples do their "talking" for them even when Ihey are present. The prospect needs some guidance. And he often mean the difference between suc- cess and failure with a prospect. You might get a buyer all warmed up with your sales talk and then have to run out to get the sample. The prospect may be considerably cooled offby the time you return. When you have the sample on hand you can keep his inlerest at the right pitch for an order. Even going out to your car t'or the product may break the rhythm of your presentation. Know your sample You can't do an effective job of sbow- ing your sample unless you are throughly familiar with it. WINNING STREAK. Stocking Levi Garrett on your shrives is like putting money in the bank. Because that Levi Garrett quality keeps coming through and keeps the customers coming back for more. Now the makers of Levi Gan'ett have come up with a brand new winner in H.B. Scott's Premium Blend. And now your customers have a choice of quality loose leaf chewing tobacco-either way, you come out a wigner: _So make. sure you profit from the demand. For information, contact your local Corxwood sales representative or phone our Customer ~ o...o-~ ¢..~.~t.. Service Department toll free at 1.800-238-2409. Memphts.'l'ennes,~e ]8101 Don't learn in the prospect's office. Bone up at headquarters or in your home. If you need technical assistance get it from one of your engineers or production people. A sample will take on a much more glamorous appearance if you "'bring it to life." If your talk is convincing and knowledgeable, the prospect will see in the sample the ad- vantages that you do. Where do you show your samples? This can be an extremely important fae- tt'w in getting an order. Sofa¢ buyers will be ~ if you t~ms a sample on their desk. O~hers will be sore if you put k anywhere else. has a right to expect the information to be volunteered by the salesman. Why should he have to pry each detail out of you? lfsuch is the case you could hardly blame him for thinking that you aren't very interested in what you are selling. Carry your samples By urging you to support your sam- pies with presentation, I don't mean to minimize the impoaance of the samples themselves. "lbey play an important role in selling that should Some salc.smea ~ carrying sara- trY-",, especially wben they are large of I~lky. This i~ an error. The sam#c can is a poor setting for your product. Make sum that the surroundings enhance your sample. Be fussy about lighting, back- drop, etc. Fine diamonds are not dis- played in a cigar box by a jeweler. They are appropriately exhibited on rich vel- vet. Suggest to the buyer that he handle the sample. There is something almost magic about touching a product. Get- ting the "'feel" of it will arouse his desire and help you close the sale. Han- dle it first yourself and then invite him to do the same. It's a sound idea to keep talking while he's holding the product. This will hake him conscious of the sample's style and quality. Sometimes it:s a wise policy to leave a sample with the buyer whether or not he asks tbr it. You may have been pressed for ti,ne during the interview and were unable to get your full mes- sage across. The buyer may have been distracled and did not absorb all your points. There may not have been a con- venient location tbr showing your line. Outside showing You may have to show your samples in a hotel suite or temporary showroom. In this instance you are the host and should perlbrm accordingly. Make sure the buyer is comfortable when he views your products. Take care to see that the lighting is adequate and, if possible, flattering to your line. Provide a hand- some setting for your samples so that they stand out. If the buyer is on the fence, why not sug.gest that he take a sample back with him. if lhe product is large, some ar- rangement can be worked out to ship it to him. I wouldn't do this for anyone off the street but if the prospect is reputable you are safe by letting him have the sample for a few days. Samples are easy to replace but customers are hard to get. How about your sample technique? Is it working lbr you? Here's a ~auge to help you sell. If you can answer yes to seven or more questions you have little to worry about in this phase of selling. 1. Do you leave samples with buyers who ask for them? YesVl No[:] 2. Do you sometimes suggcst leaving them even if there is no request? Yes [] No V1 3. Do you make sure the sample is in tip-top condition, tags in place, etc.? Yes [] No [] 4. Do you cam/samples, no matter how bulky? Yes[] No[] T!56324137
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tobacco and cand~j A Complete Directory of the T/C DLstributk:~ Network T!56324138
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ALABAMA ALABAMA INSTITb'I~AL FO~OS~ I~C. 1 ~01 ~ St. P.O. ~x 1420 T~l~a AL 3~01 ALLISON CANDY TOBACCO INC ~n S~e~ P.O. ~x ~0 P~t ~k ~ ~ ~ C. ~ P~. J~s G~; To~ ~LESP~SONS: 3 ANDALUSIA DIS~IBUTING CO., INC. ~len Ave. P.O. Box 51 A~atud~ AL 3~20 {205) ~2-3571 R~y SALES MA~G~: M~ke J~es BUYERS AND ~ODUC~: R~y J~es; Toba~ ~rw John; All o~er S~VING: S~ ~a,, No~west R¢ SALES~SONS: 8 ~ GR~Y CO. P.O. Box 2105 ~bge AL 36~1 (205) 438.9827 BAILEY-NEWELL CI~R & TOBACCO COMPANY 11~ W. J~ SL P.O. ~x 577 Dem~dis AL 36732 (205) 28~1810 E. B. Belay. Sn, Pa~er 3ALES M~AG~: E. B. ~ley & ~ B. Newel} BURRS AND ~ODUCTS: E. B. ~ey, Jr,; C~dy, Gum. F~d S~VING; ~3 C~Ses ~ MidWest Al~a SALESP~SONS: 5 BESSEMER TOBACCO & CANDY COMPANY, INC. 2801 W~r Rd, (~Wcod) P.O. Box 339 ~ssemer AL ~1 (205) 744-7670 V. ~ Mitler, SALES M~GER: Ho~ Hu~ BUYERS AND ~ODUGTS: V. ~ Mille~ Toba~ S~WNG: C~tral Atab~ BIRMINGHAM TOBACCO COMPANY, ~5~ ~oR H~hw6y P.O. Box 11021 ~m~ AL ~ O'~co, Sesy. SA~S MANACle F. D'Am(co, SA~PERSON~: 1 ~ BR~K & SPIGHT COMPANY,.INC. 3~ ~nk SL P.O. ~x 969 ~r AL ~602 (205) Wesley C~k, Mgr= SA~S MANAGe: Wesley BUYERS AND PRODUC~: E~rd O~vi~; Tob~c~, C~dy ~ D. BURN~ CIGAR COMPANY, INC. 1707 2nd Ave~ ~u~ Bl~ngham AL ~52~3 (205) 251~086 Mr. R. D. Bume~, Pros, ~ J~ S~maker, V.P. & S~. BO~ J~ Sh~m~er, S~ES ~G~: Luke U~le BU~: S~V/NG: 50 mi~ r~us ot Bi~n~am, AI~ ~0. C~RRO~ON ~., ING, 924 E. Broad P.O. Dm~r 820 Oz~k ~ 36~ (2~ ~ASTAL ~D S~VI~ INC. P.O. ~x 7036 M~ile AL ~7 (2~] CRAWFORD B~ERAGE INC. H~way 9B P.O. ~x 532 Montr~e AL ~59 (~) ~28-5~3 H~ Cr~ord, Pros. SALE~ MA~G~: Herm~ W~nwr~t ~Y~S ~ ~O~CTS: G~ed~, P~ ~ SALESP~SG~: 4 EDWARD~ALHOUN TOBACCO & SUPPLY ~ NoMo S~e~ P.O. ~x 879 ~t~ AL 362~ (~) ~7-1612 ~~'4 ~w AL S~RHW~. N~o Re. GRA~..R COMPANY Jsffercon Rd. P.O. W. L HA~ GROCERY CO. W. L ~. Jr. Pr~ HAYDN WHOL~A~ DIET., INC, BU~S: ~am ~ Ha~ J~s Bl~ ~LES~RSONS: 6 HUDSON ~MPSON, INC. W~hww Dmw~ Q Mont~w AL 35105 (2~ 28~250 iN~ITUTIONALDISTRIB~ORS 1021 W. Magnol~ Ave, P.O. Box 398 Geneva AL 3~40 (205) ~NZA COMPANY INC. 404 ~ingdon Aven~ P.O. Box 306 H~t~tle AL ~4 (205) ~71 Charles V, L~a, P~es. ~vern Nod~, V.P. SALES M~G~" J~es (BO~) BU~S AND PRODUCTS: Glofla ~e~ All SERVIN~ No~ ~aba~ & ~u~em Tenn, ~S~30NS: 9 LLOYD'S DIS~IB~ING COMPANY IN~ Jor~n Argue T~la~ AL 36078 (2~) 283-6626 MRCHE~ GROCERY CORR New Gunte~[lle P.O. ~x 370 A~e~lZe ~ 35950 (205) 878~211 PATE~ANIEL TOBACCO CO. 1211 17~ Ave~ Tus~l~ A~ 3~01 75~4t0 Jose~ T~ P~fer, Sr., Prss. SA~S MANAGER: J. Tyler ~fer, BU~: Tyl~ P~er, JL SERHN~[e R~¢ West, C~lral Alab~ SA~SPERSONS: 4 PIGGLY WIGGLY A~BAMA OI~RIBU~NG CO. ~ 13 SL W. ~x 1~86 B~in~ AL 35~2 (205) PUCK~ & CO., INC, 113 H~W S~t P.O. Box 1829 ~den AL 35902 Geor~ W. Pucke~ SA~S M~AG~: G. W. BUYS: Sam ~ke~ C~% HBA SERVING: 50*M~le Rad~: No~st Nab~ SA~ESP~SONS: 4 RAG~ND BROTHERS COMPANY P. O. Box 427 Dug Hill R~d H~nt s~ AL 3~ (2~) ~g-3770 E, R. R~and, P~. SA~S MANAGER: ~th~ BUYS: J. D. Newm~ HARVEY ~G~ND CO., INC. ~ ~ Ave. P.O. Box ~1 t6 Sou~ Bl~n~am AL 35201 (205) 324~461 ¢ O. ~GSDALE & COMPANY 401 B~nt St. P.O. Box 196 ~nt~vifl¢ AL 35976 (2~) 582-3141 R~ DIAMOND IN~NAL F~DS P,O. Box 21 ~ Bl~gh~ AL 35201 (205) 254~1 W. S. ROD~ CO~ IN~ 106 R~road Ave. P.O. Box 387 A}be~lle AL 35950 (205) 878-O921 SCO~SBORO WHOLESALE CO., INC. 301 N. H~ P.O. ~x 3~ ~boro AL ~57~ {~5) 574-1334 Glanford ~er, Mgr. Wo~h R~ BUYER: ~ Ha~s STEWART KING & MC KENZlE 1901-1910 BOI~ AVe. P.O. Box 719 Se~ AL 36701 (205) 875-7201 Maw C~te, ~yer M~W SUPER VALU ST~ES, I~ ~v. of 36201 ~) 831-1~0 T.V,C. W~SA~ IN~ 711 ~ SL P.O. Box 730 ~e~ AL 3~0 (~) 76~3749 ~A~SA T~A~ & ~ND~ CO. ~o A~. P.O. ~x 2444 T~ AL ~IN C~ TOBACCO CO., INC. 8JJ-B G~ ~ ~ik~ AL 3~01 ~) 7~ WASHBURN CIGAR CO.. INC. BO~EP.S,,UVD PROOUCT~+ 322 ~. ~ St. P.O. Bo~ 3~ MO~/,L C~lrk= (Mi~e) He.de,/. Cig. C~ Setdrils L L ~V~. ~S~" 10 ~~'J~es R. ~er ~ PHO~IX ~ N~ 43~ Ave. P.O. ~SA~ ~T~" ~ ~127 ~ ~ ~I (~) 247-~ J.R~,~T~&Q~ D~WHOLESALE COMPANY ~ H~ ~ 7~81 ~N~OG~&TOBCOI~ ~IAve. F F&FWHOLES~E ~lay P.O. ~x ~2~0 ~ AL ~1~ 11~ ~lr ~ P.O. ~ 1842 R~ff ~ STACY WILLIAMS COMPANY, INC, Stacy W~ll~ams Co. 10 S, 14111 EL PoO, Box 10884 Bin'n~ AL 35233 (205) 324-5521 E. Bag~eyo Pros. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Rogers BOglsy; Spo~iog Goods John Howell, III; Candy Phil Norris; Su~/H.~].A. SERVING: Eirm~gham, Northern Atabama BRANCHES: 1 ALASKA A AND W WHOLESALE CO., INC. 1003 Pioneer Road P.O. Box 688 Falfoanks AK 90701 Wayne W. Walker, Pros. SALES MANAGER:Wayne W. Walker BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: C~dy Walker Sue Sm~h SERVING: Alaska SALESPERSONS: 3 ACTION DISTRIBUTORS INC. dlbla A L French Company 557 E~st Firewood Anchorage AK 99503 Myron H. Center, Jr., Owner, Pres. David L. Robe, V.P., Gnn, Mgr. WSda Pierce, Com~. Amanda Watson, Ok'. Purch. SALES MANAGER:Barbra Ingraharn SERVING: Alanka SALESPERSONS: 5 J. B. GoTrSTEIN & CO., INC. 6411 A SL Anchorage AK 99502 (907) 561-1944 R. J. Gottstain, Pres. Dena~d D, BOCOetJ. Gen. Mgr. Sam Deakfn, Off, Mgr. Netl Sroghammar, Mdse., Purch. Dir. SALES MANAGER:D~nK~, Holtz BUYERS AND PRODUCTS~" Neil Broghammor; Grocery Joe Klouda; HABA, Tobacco Kirk McGovem; Nen-foods Dobbin Johnson; Chi~l & Freeze Dorothy Roballo; Grocery David Gottstein; Grocery, Private Label SERVING: State of Alsska, SALESPERSONS: 5 BRANCHES: 1 O. KRAFT & SON, INC. P. O. BOX 1217 Kodiak AK 00615 (907) 486-5761 J~mes Bruskotler, Exec. V,P. SALES MANAGER: Frank Ullman BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Frank U)iman; Gigs Joan F-Min; Cigars & Candy SERVING: Island of Kodiak SALESPERSONS: 3 NORTHERN SALES COMPANY 3225 Hospital Dr. P.O. BOx 1707 Juneau AK 99802 (907) 586-3945 Alan Dombrowsld, Pres. Cornelia Quist, V.P. Tom Satrs, Secy, BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Torn Satre; Wholesale Corn=lLs Quiet; Tobacco, C=mdy Mike coyle; Beverage, CNps. Cookies SERVING: BOut~eost Alaska: Juneau & Ketchikan SALESPERSONS: 4 BRANCHES: 2; See AIItska PETERKIN DISTRIBUTORS, INC. Star Route 1 P.O. Box 25 Kenai AK 99611 (907) 283-4843 Bcon~e Peterkin, Secy., Treas. SALES MANAGER.. Mike GiIli)ar~ BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Richard Mattsan SERVING: Anchorage & Ken= P~.sula SALESPERSONS: 4 ARIZONA ASSOCIATED GROCERS OF ARIZONA 624 S. ~sth Ave. P.O. Box 20511 Phoe~x AZ 85036 (602) 269-5200 Kaith K. A~ders~:~o Pr~., CEO R. J. Nichols BUYERS AND PRGOUCTS: Wayne Wats~ Head Buyer B~a perth; Tobanco, Candy & S=v~agos Scott Jar~=e~; Ca~ Fruds & Vegetables SERV/NG.- Adzo,na. New Mexico, California BEST CANDY AND TOB. CO. ze F_ Jesse p.o. Box ~O~S Phee~¢ AZ 0~ |60~) 27~-L~44 Gestge W. Wer~le~l° O~t, Pre~ 56001 (602) 774-2241 Renald S. Foreman, Owner Milton Foreman SALES MANAC~R,., Ron Foreman BUYERS: Rensld S. Foreman Milten C. Foreman $~R ~/NG.' FtagStaff, Wil(iams, Winslow, ~h Fork. Page, Prescott, Eodena, coUenwend, Tuba City SALESPERSONS: 2 BRANCHES: 1 GILA CANDY & TOBACCO COMPANY 406 Ma~n S~eet Safford AZ 85546 (602} 426-0340 Danny Henpes, Pres. Ghera~l L. Hoopes, Secy. SALES MANAGER: Robed Blng~,~m BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Robert Ek~ghanl SERVING: Boutheastsm Arizona SALESPERSONS: 4 KRUPA DISTRIBUTING 3000 London Bridge Road P.O. Box 519 Lake Havosu Cl~y AZ Chutes A. Lu~d, Owner SERVING..AdzoI~, C~ifomta & Nevads SALESPERSONS: 5 ALFRED M. LEWIS, INC. P. O. Box 20090 Phoenix AZ 85036 (602) 269.9771 Robed Burke, D~v. Mgr. Ken Batten, Purch. Mgr. SALES MANAGEFL'TOro Mayer BUYES'S AND PRODUC, TS: Nancy Nuttao; Tobacco D~ck Eruening; Candy SERVING: Adzons & New Me~ics BRANCHES: 15; See Adzona & New Mexico PONCA WHOLESALE MERCAHI"ILE COMPANY 3314 W. Osbom Box 11218 Phoenix AZ 85017 (602) 260-7673 PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE COMPANY 2502 N. Jac~ Rabb;t Ave. Eox 5612 Tucson AZ 85703 (6021 624-6621 BI/~/tch Of:. PolIca ~otol~l Compeny; Sea Tins VinCent Rus3o, Jr., Br. Mgro SALES MANAGER: D[ck Corm SERVINg' Southern ~ SALESPERSONS: 6 SHAMROCK FOODS CO, 2925 W. Enc~nlo Blvd. PhoeNx AZ 86009 (602) 269-2182 ARKANSAS R. A. ADCOCK & SONS COMPANY Ash SL Mc AR 71654 (501) 222-3346 ALPE SALES CO. 216 St. Marys Lake Village AR 71653 ARKANSAS INSTITUTIONAL FOODS, INC, P.O. Box 8866 P~ne B(uff AR 71611 (601) 534.24~4 George A. Makris, Pres. ARKANSAS TOBACCO & CANDY, INC. 1200 Hw'/. 49 West Helen~, AR 72390 (501) 572-6600 J. F. Lauranzl, Pres. ARKANSAS VALLEY WHOLESALE GROCERY CO., INC, 1001 Tennessee Ave. P.O. BOx 860 Mord~ton AR 72110 (501) 354-3451 Gada.qd B. Eddy, PHnclpal SALES MANAGER: Ed Lee Eddy BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ed Lee Eddy BRYANTCANDY CO. Highwsy 79 NRO. Cox 6732 Pk~e Bluff AR 7161! BRYANT VARIETY SALES Hwy 07 Scob'l Rt 1 BO~ 332 Tuckerman AR 72473 CAPITOL TOBACCO COMPANy 523 West P,O. Box 1323 Fayettev~le AR 72701 (501) 521.0120 CHEEK WHOLESALE GROCERY CO., IHC. 600 W. Je(fecson Atkins AR 72823 (5011 641-2351 ClOD Cheek, Pres. W#/mn Chee~ Jc SERVING. At~3nS CHESTER*$ INC. 709 More SL Fordy~ AR 71742 CLARYS WHOLESALE DISTRIE UTOR S St. O2:at'K AR 72940 (501) 667-4080 CLEM WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 137 W, Fml~ P.O. BOx 666 Ma~'em AR 72104 (501I COMMERCIAL CANDY COMPANY, INC. 20~ N. OIk, e St. Hsrd=o~ AR 72601 (501) 741-2121 Tom Miib~n MI B~ryER: Tern Milbum SA~'5 W. S. COMPT'ON COMPaNy P.O. Box 4~5e I.i~e Red~ AR 722e4 (5~| 19,~4 ~ JOURNAL SUPPUER T!56324139
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WHO'S WHO IN TO~ACCOfCONFECTIONERY I~STRIBUTION WW 2 ARKANSAS ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE CALIFORNIA WW 2 GRAIN SALES CO. 1900 W. Plessu~e Smucy 72.143 DIAL WHOCESALE GROCER CO. 101 SL P.O. Box 4~9 Bnnk~=y .a~ 72021 (501) 734-3551 DILLAHA FRUt'T CO. 61~U~y~.P.O. ~x~6 ~UG~S ~O PR~ CO I~ 2~7 ~3 EVERHART CANDY C~ ~2 8al~ SL W~t H~a ~ 72~o 572-2816 TOM ~S TOBACCO COMPANY 219 W~t Barraq~ P.O. ~x 7~1 P~e Bluff AR 71611 (501) 5~ B~n~ o~ ~metson ~. ~ A~, In~ See S~ES ~NAG~: T~m~ D, R~ SALES~RS~ 3 FORREST C~ QROCERY CO. 744 ScoE SL P.O. ~x 829 Forrast C[~ AR 7~ (5011 633-2044 ~RT SMITH TOBACCO & CANDY COMPANY 313~19 R~rs P.O. ~x 747 Fo~ ~ith AR 7~01 (5011 783-1105 F~R STA~S GR~ER CO. Texarkana AR 75501 EARL GI~ WHOLESALE, INC. 711 C~v~ ~vd. Hot Sp~n~ AR 7t 901 (501) 62~2502 StUn P. ~,. Pres. J~mes E. Gill, V.P. Mer~ R. R~watar, Mgr. SALESPERSONS: 5 GLIDWELL OISTRIB~ING CO. INC. t~ N. 31 SL ~ Smi~ AR 72901 J~ G[~ewe~l. SeW. Treas, SALES MANAGER: Fred B£mmon S~HNG: Ar~nsas SAL~PERSONS: 10 BRANCHES: 1; SOS OK G~ND PRAIRIE GROGGY CO~ INC. 504 E. 2nd P.O. Box 70 S~gaR AR 72160 (5Ol) 673-7294 G~ND PRAIRIE WHLSE..TOBACCO CO. 113 We~ 22nd Sffi~ AR 72160 (5011 673.1659 ~1 S~mps~, Owner Ro~ S. ~b, Ge~ Mgr. ~N G~Y DISTRIBUTING S~on Rd. C~way AR 72032 GRIFFIN GROG CO. G~eral Mdse. Div. 2900 Waldr~ Rd. Fo~ Sm~ AR 72904 ~ Cia~, Toba~o Buyer BU~S AND PRODUCTS: B~ CI~; Toba~o GRIFFIN GR~ERY CO. P.O. Box 1489 Van Bursa AR 72956 (50~) 474-0041 Branch oh Gdff=n G~W Co; ~e O~=homl H~rold R Ma~owell, Ex~, Jack Fr~ch, V.P., N~Fo~s B~ERS AND PRODUC~: Bob Clark; T~ac~ HARPER CANDY CO, 515 N. 4th S~eet N~h~llo AR 71852 (501) 845~525 ~ J. HARRISON CANDY CO. 321 Bemock St. Malvem AR 72104 HARRI~N G~ERY CO. 901 N, Olive St. P.O. Box 850 H~s~ AR 72~1 (501) 365~431 HEBER SPRINGS WHOL~A~ GROCERY 108 N. 4~ SL P.O. ~x 71 Hober Sp~gs AR 72543 (501) 362.2574 HELENA WHO~SA~ INC. 202 Yo~ Helena 72~2 (~11 338~421 JOE H~GLEY, INC. 16~ S.9~ Strut R~rs AR 72756 CECIL HUDSON 121 Map~ St. Clatksv~lo AR 72~30 HURT GROCERY CO~ IN~ 109 E. Cou~ St. P.O. Box 237 P~ld AR 724~ (5011 23~7~8 JACK~N CANDy CO. 421 Holly Street Hot S~n~ AR 71~ JACOB CANDY ~. Hale~ AR 72~2 JON~BORO GR~ERY CO. t09 S. Mad~on St. 93~4 (5011 935-~ KE~ COMPANY, tN~ 3012 West Ma~ Skeet P.O. ~x 476 R~i~l~e AR 72801 (501) 967~8 ~L~RO KiNG CANDY CO. 315 N. 5~ SL P~d AR 72~0 KNOB ORNERY CO. 405 S. Po~ A~ur P.O ~x 151 ~ Q~ ~ 71832 (501) ~2-20~ ~WIS ~S CO. 1210 W~t O&k J~s~o AR 72401 L~N GR~RY CO. 211 E F;= SL Pr~ AR 71~7 (5011 887-2~ M & K GR~ERY CO., INC. ~]~ & C~ P.O. ~x 1378 Rus~l~l~ 72801 {S011 ~4717 MAMMO~ SPRING O1~. CO. INC. 124 W~ W~ ~ R~ ~ 72756 {501 ) Troy L V-~t~r. SA£ES MAtC(~ER: Troy L BUY~E~ AND PRODUCTS. Troy 1_ Van~r;, All Pmduc~ SERHNG-West C~'~t~l Arkansas SALESpERSON~. 4 MERCHANTS SPECIALTY COMPANY 230 N. ~ Street Fooest ~ AR 72335 (501) 633-2214 MERCHANTS WHOLESALE GROCERY COMPANY Mak~ Street Shirley AR 72153 (501) 7234341 MERRI'i'r WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 626 oug.chita Avo, Hot Spcinge N~bonel Park AR 71901 (501) 623-6633 Sam Stathakis, Pros,, Treas. Sam Statkekis, Jr.. Socy. SALES MANAGEFL" Sam Stath~k=S. Jr. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ferd Mezzo; SERVING:Hot Spas & Mah'am. Ark., Gadand & Hot Spnr~s co~nbes SALESPERSONS." 3 MID-CONTINENT WHOLESALE COMPANY, INC. 409 Collins Street P,O. Box 226 Utile Rock AR 72203 (5011 375-3332 Branch of:. Mid-Continent Wholesale; See Colorado Cha.s. Wade, Br. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Chuck Rhoades SERVING: Central Arkansas SALESPERSONS: 6 J. B. MIDDLEBROGKS 2223 N, Pwce Pine BkJff AR 71601 J. B. Mk:ldleb~ooks MOSLEY CANDY &TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. 435 Adams St., S,E. Ca~dee AR 71701 (501 } 836-5727 MUSWICK BEVERAGE & CIGAR COMPANY, INC. 1100 North Street Little Rock AR 72201 (5011 374-5562 Henry Hoffmann, Pree. SERVING: Cer~tral Arkansas SALESPERSONS." 12 NASHVILLE CANDY CO. 618 W, Sypert SL Nashville AR 71852 NORTHWEST TOBACCO & CANDY COMPANY, INC. 612 W. Cantor St. P.O. Box 4215 Fayetteville AR 72702 (5011 442-8121 Grace M. Tancrad, Pres. Faye M. Williams, Secy. & Treas. SALES MANAGER: To~y J. Harp BUYER: Tony J. H~rp SERVING: 60-Mile Radius SALESPERSONS: 8 OSCEOLA TOBACCO CO. 112 Seeth Poplar St. De.sol& AR 72370 (5011 563-2762 JOE PAULK & CO. Highway 64 E~st Russellville AR 72801 (5011 068-1263 Carl Holzeman R. L PENOLETON 611 N. Bradley El Oorado AR 71730 (5011 863-7871 PORTER FOODS, INC. 2200 Commerdal St. P.O. Box 6160 Little Rock AR 72216 (5011 375-3282 PRORT DIST. CO. INC. 1222 Garland Utile Rock AR 72201 PURDY CANDY CO. P.O. Box 1522 Harrison AR 72601 (501) 741-2869 QUAUTY FOODS, INC. 3300 S, Polk LIt~le RoCK AR 72204 (5011 566.3141 RANDS, INC, 1200 Pike Ave. P.O. BOx 630 North L~tlle Rock AR 72201 (5011 376-3601 RITCHIE GROCER CO, 1616 Port Arthm P,O, Box 348 DO Quee~ AR 71832 (5011 642.2328 RITCHIE GROCER COMPANY 402 S. Adams St, P.O, Box 370 C~nldon AR 71701 (5011 836-2822 RITCHIE GROCER COMPANY 319 S. Wa.sh~ngton St. P.O. Box 71 El Dorado AR 71730 {501) 863*8191 RITCHIE GROCERY CO. North Industrial Par~ P.O. Box 100 Hope AR 71801 (501) 777-3121 RITCHIE GROCERY CO. Cypress & 5th Streets Box 5468 Pine Buff AR 71611 {5011 534-1012 ROOGERS CANDY CO. 4916 West Maple St. Para~ou~d AR 72450 ROWTON, INC. 600 ThonXoson St. P.O. Box 9 West MerttghLs AR 72301 (5011 735-2533 C. H. Rowton, Bd. China. Muq>hy Smith. pres. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS." La~W Westmoreland; Food Sen,~ce G~ry Westmorela~xl; Candy, Tobacco SERV/NG: Eastam Ark. I~ R Mis~ss~pp~ SALESPERSONS: 6 RUSSELLV1LLE TOBACCO COMPANY 300 East 3rd Street P.O. Box 278 Rus~eltville AR 72801 (5011 968-3656 Branch Of:. Mk~Contktent Wholesale; see Colorado Teny Lem}ey. BO M~r. SERVING: Cent~| and West Central THE SAMELSON COMPANY OF ARKANSAS, INC. 16,,0 S. Mal~t S~est PO. Bee 2739 L~a Reek AR 7~'0~ ~5011 375-4421 SHINN WHOLESALE COMPANY • 0@ N V~ne k~ AR 71753 (5~1} ~34-5151 • .%t~'H WHOLESAL~ C(L w lS~& Graha~st. Fo~yce AR 71742 SNYDER WHO~AL~ lN~ 1107 ~ ~ P.O. ~x ~6 ~ AR 7~15 ~1) 7~-7~ ~ H ~ S~, ~ R~srd ~ SW~. V~. & ~ ~r. B~ A~ PR~" ~ Ca~ ~, T~, C~are~ Ri~t~ L ~deq I~1. F~ H. ~ Sny~c O~gs. S~ & Pa~r Pr~ C~k Rye: P~r G~. Fo~ S~li~ S~" N ~. ~. S.~ Mo.. W~t SA~SPERSON~" 12 SNYDER WHOLESALE INC. 1107 Oa~ ~e P.O. Box 8~ Bl~he~lle AR 72315 (501) 7~-7341 H. L ~yd~. Pros. Rl~ard L Sny~r, V.P. & G~. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Bill Cagey BUYERS AND PRO~CTS: Bgl Cagey; C~e~ C~y & Tobo~ Ch~k R~; I~i~l FO~ & Pa~r Goo~ SERHNG:NE ~d E~tern AR, SE MO. West M=m~is, ~ & NW MS SALES~RSONS: 1 I SOUTH~N CI~R & ~NDY ~MP~Y 40%03 ~eler Aven~ P.O. Box 1945 Foal Smi~ 72902 (5011 782~811 S~HENS GROCERY CO. 100 S. Laurel P.O. Box ~3 HO~ AR 71801 (5011 777-6741 ~M ~OUD C~DY Rt- 4, ~x 2570 Hope AR 71801 (5011 7~04 Bl~ SU~IVAN CANDIES 46~ ~rkley Ave, Ft- Sm~ AR 72904 (5011 ~6-3847 LEO TI~EY ~DY CO. 1108 Gracel~d Ne~ AR 72112 TOBACCO SALES, INC~ BATESVILLE 2~ Cdle~ St. P.O. Box 2531 Batesville AR 72501 (5011 79~2361 B~h DE Tobacco Sal~ Incj S~ A~anses Robed Oliver, Jr. Br. Mgr. SALES SUPERVISOR: M~ E~ar~ BUY~S AND PRODUCTS: Verlena Oliver SERVING: No~ Cen~al SALESPERSONS: 7 TOBACCO S~S, INC. - ~RRE~ C~ 210 N. Gee SL P.O. Box 999 Jo~oro AR 72401 (501) 932-3090 TRIAN G~ CISTRIB~ORS CO. 116 No~ Arkan~ Street P.O. Drawer 498 Delft AR 76138 WARD CANDY CO. Spri~hifl & R~ Rd. RL 1 Box 1~9 ~ton AR 72015 ~47-4504 No~ Ward, Owner WAREHOUSE DISTRIBU~NG COMPANY 1~ R~iroad Avo. P.O. ~x 557 Mo~lton AR 72110 (5011 354-~50 Bob Boyle, Pras,. Owner Marl~n Boyle, V,P. BUYERS AND PRO~CTS: Marlin ~e; All Tobacco, C~ & C~s. SERVING: Contral A~. SALESPERSONS: 3 WARREN WHOLESALE COMPANY 412 East CenVal Ave- Warren AR 71671 (5011 22~3172 Robe~ E. Gra~, Pres. Robo~ Gre~, J~., V.P.. Purch. Joe F. Gra~. V.P., Sales BUY~S ~D PRO~GTS: R~e~ Grin, Jr.: T~a~o, Can~ SERWNG: S~;least Ark~ SALESPERSONS: 5 WHITE CANDY CO. 204 S. Quaker El Dorado AR 71730 J. E. WlLBOURN & SONS, INC, 219 E~t ~u~ St, P.O. Box 897 Para~ould ~ 72451 (5011 239-8572 Joe ~ ~um, Pr~. Lo~e ~ S~., Tte~. SALES MANAGER: C~dee S. J~ SERVING:~ mile ra~us SALESPERSONS:~ WORSHAM WHOLESALE COMPANY 910 ~ 4~ Street P.O. Box 227 El ~ ~ 71730 (5011 8~6 W. E, Lu~rall S~ES MANAGER: ~ Murky ~Y~S: W. E. ~ff~l D. S~VING." ~M~e Rad~: El ~ra~, C~en. ~. F~W~ ~ v.~. C~e~ S~S~:6 ~: 19 ~NNE WHO~ ~ERY CO. ~ W. M~ ~ W~e ~ 723~ (5011 2~-8147 CALIFORNIA CA A-1 CATERING, INC. 14311 S. L~moli Ave. I-'lm, dho~ CA SO250 M. Hur~ A-I WHOLESALE CANDY 7754 Jefforso~ CA ~o723 (213] ~30-1250 AVA SUPPLy INC. d/b/e Automatic Vando~l of America 1536 R~Fm Ro~d Bo~ngarne CA 95131 AL GAR DISTRIBUTING CO. 316 16~ Street D~3o CA 92101 ALBEE & BUCK WHOLESALE 217 Third St. Eureka CA 95501 (707) 443-0060 Patdc~. M. Thompson, VP. SER V/NG: Humboldt County ETHAN FL ALLEN 4159 La Sails Ave. Cu{ver City CA 90230 AMERICAN & FAR EAST TRADING CO. 1902 V~n Nees Ave. San Francisco CA 94109 (415) 362-0919 J.J. Cykmee, Pres. Arlene Manley, V.P. ANTHONY SALES 1745 Eo 7th SL Los Angales CA g0021 ARNTZ DISTRIBUTORS CO. 1100 Broadway El Cajo~ CA 82021 (6191 442o1710 ROBERT ARRANAGA & CO., INC. 2|6 S° Alameda Los Angelos CA 9~O13 (213) 622-1261 Robert C. Atranaga, Jr., Compt. VINCE ARRANAGA & CO., INC. 2424 E. 121h St. Los Angolss CA 90021 (2131 624.2943 V~nceet Arranage. Pres. ART CANDY & TOBACCO COMPANY 12840 She~'m~l Way Nollh Hollywood CA 91605 (21 990-1836 Art M. Schwartz, Prk,~ipal SERVING: Sen Fernando County ASSOC. COOPERATIVES. INC. 4801 Central Ave, P.O° Box 4006 Richmond CA 94804 (415152~0440 ATHENS & SONS, INC. 17308 Mr. Wynn Cimle Foontaln Valley CA 92708 (7141 549.1374 AVALON FCOGS, INC, 5625 Avalon Blvd. LOS Angeles CA 90011 B&H ENTERPRISES 387 Granada Way Costa Mesa CA 92626 B & W Ot STRIBUTO RS 1304 S. Bascom San Jose CA 95154 B & W DISTRIBUTORS P.O. Box 24425 San Jose CA 95154 (4081 294-4806 Sandra A. Morrow, Pras. L B. BALL & COMPANY 31 oo E. 291a St. Box 989 Long Beach CA 90801 (219) 433-9931 Mlehael Bennett, Pres. F~chard Hughes, Dk'. o! Sates BUYERS AND PRODUCT~" D~n Ball; Ga~ly BnJca Edlon; Cigarettes, St.mddes Sam Krall; Tobacco, Cigars SERVING. Seelhem California SALESPERSONS: 25 BARGAINS UNLiMITED 1208 E. 8th St. Los Angeles CA 90021 WILLIAM BARRON CANDY COMPANY 2306 West Street Oakland CA 94612 (415) 893.3030 Robed A. BarreD, Pres. SALES MANAGER: Robad Barton BUYER: Robert I~rron SERVING:Alameda, Conlm Cost~ Co. SALESPERSONS: 4 BAY TOBACCO & CANDY 429 23rd St. Richmond CA g48D4 (415) 234-0637 BEERETTS DISTRIBUTORS CO. 7601 Alendra Paramoont CA 90723 (213) 633.1124 GEORGE BENSEN & SON INC. Benson Intemal~onal 1350 Van Dyke Avenue San Francisco CA g4124 (415) 822-2660 GeOrge Bo~son Jr., Chrmn of Roard Louis Zarosl, V.P., Special MkL Mgr. Norma Tarkington, Off. M~'. Thomas Beesen, Pras./CEO W~ll~m GaP,,,'e, V.P., Ne0 Sales Mgr. Atan Ma~ler, V,P, Bensen Intl., Mktg. EKlix Oosting, V.P. George Bensen & Son, Mktg. Dir. Dave Smeet. War~ouse Mgr. SALES MANAGEFL. WSl~am Ge~v~ SERVING: National SALESPERSON~ 8 BERCOVICB-SOSNICK CANDy & TOBACCO CO. P.O. BOx 650 San Lorenzo CA 94580 (415) 491-2700 BERCOVICI"I-SOSNICK CDY. & TOB. CO, 2581 Grant Aveeue San L~andm CA g4579 (415) Bo~ Pan~dge, SAL£$ MANAGER.- Tom BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Mike McFaco BESEGH & RABO, INC. d0~ G~de~ Emp~e Ca~ CO. 610 C~k Street Ci~o CA ~5926 (~16) ~4~-1857 D~e Rabe. C~Ovmer S`4LES MANA~L=R~- Dev~ Flabe Oe~l Rabe; Can, dy TI56324140
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WHO'S WHO iN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERy DISTRIBUTION WW 3 CALIFORNIA ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE CALIFORNIA. WW 3 BINGO CASH & CARRY 18040 She~mln ~S6-ST'Ob BLUEBIRD D~STo 1732 Ma~.~on Sen Dingo CA 92116 CA ~ R. J, BRAOBERRY CO, 1537 ~ A~ms (2~3) C. W. BROWER, INC. - WHOLESALE GR~ER St~ N Save U~ 2549 Yos~ta B~d. Mo~sto CA 95354 52~5~7 BRO~ CANDY COMPANY 64 ~ G~b~ Ave. P~e~ CA 932~ (~g} 784-55~ BROWN'S CANDY 1591 O~ H~fi Re Pla~wJfle CA 95~7 ~ N. BUCHWALTER COMPANY 92376 (7~ 4) 875-1120 Ralph McK. B~altar. Pa~r SALES MANAGe: TerW L Kurr 8~RS AND PRODUCTS: Cu~s V~ Hu~a; C~e,es, Coffee. Can D~ks 3~V/NG: S~ Bema~, R~e~e Cou~ BUEHLER DISTRIBU~NG COMPANY 3239 F~k]in Ave. Riverside CA 92507 (714) 683-3411 K~t H, BuSier, Prss. SALES ~NAGER: Kad G. 6ueh~er BUYERS: Karl G. Bu~ler ~VI~G:S~ Bamardbo, R[varsi~, lmpe~al, Los D~N 8UXTON DI~IB~ORS 18602 ~ Ouell S~ Azu~ CA 91702 C & C CASH & ~ARRY 94124 (4~s) 286-9~3 (4~5) 28s-93~ C & S WHO~SA~ 5566 W. Wa~ingt~ Blvd. Los 7~195 9~24 CANA~ F~D~ INC. 2627 N. ~dee Rd. El M~ta CA 91732 CAPITAL CIGAR & CANDY COMPANY 95691 (916) 372~84o E~o S~J~, Prss. T~ Ma~, Off. Mgr. Da~d SERH~G:Ho~hem Cal~f & Western SA~SP~SONS: t 7 CATALINA BEVERAGE COMPANY, INC. (215) 51o.o620 R~eR L Crew SA~SPERSONS: 5 ~ANCHES: S~tt ~ CA 92701 ~14) 547~732 BI~. ~ C~ CA 9~7 (415) 469~0 N<>'q~w'~ CA SA~: 2 COSMOS INTERNAT)ONAL 4~27 S. ~ A~ HARRY CUING CO. 615 ~ 4~ S~et ~ ~ CA 9~ {213) ~142 Beta ~. Bk~r. ~NCHES: 1 D & G DIS~IB~NG 86~ E, Centr~ ~H Stent~ CA 90~0 ~14) 82~7~ DANDY BOY, I~. 81~ ~ker~ B~d. ~o~ Ho}lyw~ CA 9~5 (215) 768-4526 DAVID CANDY COMPANY~ INC. 1015 R Street S~o CA 95814 (916) 441-12~ Fred Da~, P~inc~al SALES MANAGER: Fred Da~d 8UYER.- SERV/NG:5~Mita Ra~us: S~c~to. VOID. SALESP~SONS: 5 DAVID Di$~[BUTING 536 W. I SL ~ CA 91762 DE MARTINI BROTHERS 380 Sw~ Ave. - U~I 6 ~ ~n Fr~sco CA 94080 (415) 952-5021 Robe~ L. OeM~i, P~ Hazard CA 94~5 (415) ~7-34~ DI~RIBUC~KEELER ~DS P.O. Box 2156 S~ta An~ CA 92707 ~14) 549.8711 ~RRY DRUM BALES 17355 Da~ Ave. Helena CA 92345 (619) 948-1760 ~rW G. D~m, Pres. ~RRY DRUM SA~S CO. 158~ Tawney R~e L ~cto~ille CA 92392 J. H. DUNN CO. 1140 H~rbor ~r. Sen ~iego CA 92101 E & H WHOLESALE, INC. d/b/a ~wr~ ~o~e~e C~ & T~a~o Co. 1266 N. Western Ave. P.O. ~ox 29367 L~ Angeies CA 90029 (213) 469-3994 Dz~d We~, Tre~s. SALES MANAGe: D~n Ri~man BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Dan R~m~; Tab. SERVING: S~em CaliE ~ALESPERSONS: 4 BIv~ S~ ~ CA 927~ EDWARDS CONCE~IONS 712 w. Main St, Ath~bra CA 91801 EDWARDS CONC~SIONS 3~ Newpo~ C~. Newer ~a~ CA 92663 ELMORRO PRODUCE 1~5 E. O1~¢ B~ LOs ~nDeles CA 90021 WM. ENDERT DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 1044 H~. 101 N. P.O. Box 1073 Cresceat CiW CA 95531 (707) 464-3100 Jordan Kek~, Pres. John H~mpson. V.P. SA~ES M~AGER: J~n H~p~n BUYERS A~D PRODUCTS: J~ H~p~n SERVING: Gel Node Co. SALESPERSONS: 3 BRANCHES: 1 EURPAC INC. D/B/A Sh~ps Toba~ & Su~ly 93~0-52 Cahot Dr~e ~n D~ CA 92126 {714) 566*7662 J. M~Zt~ Ky~B. Pros. SA~S ~A GER: Jose~ S~th BUYEr" Fr~k De PaleD ~ALESP~SONS:3 BRANCHES" 1 DAVE ~RE[~ ~S~IBUTOR$ 74 Ely~en Dr. O~ CA 946~ M, R ~E~ING 16~ Ns~o~ Rd. F~nl CA F. V. FIUPPO CANDY CO. ~21 S~ Fe CA ~507 F~ING FOODS CO. 59~ StewzR Ave. P.O. 5004 Fr~ CA 94538 (415) 498-28~ Bren~ ~ ~emi~ C~plnies, In~ See SA~ ~NA~ K~ ~rst ~YERS AND PRO~TS: ~x 7~50~ ~ 94~1 (415) ~ ~S PROOUC~ G Z B EI'{I'ERPRIS~; 544 W Kettle ~ CA 92867 {714) 63~-4653 G & R DISTRIBUTING 1442 W. C¢~n~ Ora/~e CA 92667 G T & TAS~OC. 3233 F- Lance De. Sude E Steok~on CA g5205 G.V.R. SERVICES, INC. 8523 UP~wOrl~ AVe. Slc~atnemo CA 6,5828 (916) 3835162 C. G. GALL & COMPANY 1615 S. Unk~ SL P.O. Box 67 Stockton CA 95201 (209) 466-8621 LEWIS GALOO~ INC. 40O F~bes Bl',,d. South San Francisco CA 34080 GEARY WHOLESALE 666 To,and Place San Ft-~'¢ieco CA 94124 (415) 826-5720 GEARY WHOLESALE CO. 1752 Junction Ave.. Ur~t San Jose CA 05112 (408) 288-8506 J. E. GELUER CO. 804 Apgar St. De;dead CA 94608 GERHARDT FOOD DIST. 8625 F_ Conlral Urqt F Stanton CA 906~0 8264350 Gary Trubey, Owner A. GlURLANI & BRO., INC. 1266 Kifer Rd. P.O. Box 61315 Sunnyvale CA 94088 (408) 738-0240 H. J. Orsi. Pres. GLASER BROS. 2823 Gibson St. Bakersfleld CA 93308 {805) 327-8648 Branch of:. GIner Bro~.; See California Tony Chicca, Dr. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: AI Schwadz BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Dave Brackett SERVING: Los Angeles, Ke~u. San Bemadino Counties SALESPERSONS: 6 GLASER BROS. 1120 Mark Avenue P.O. Box 178 Ceq:;nteria CA 93103 (605) 684-5491 Branch of. Glale¢ Brol,: See C~llforais Hazry Rosenberg, Br. MDr. SALES MANAGER: Rogez" Havens SERViNG:Venture City. Santa Barbara, C~ty, San Luis City SALESPERSONS: 7 GLASER BROS. 5214 Fast Pine Ave Fresno CA 93727 (209) 252-3376 GLASER BROS. 31300 Medallion D~ive Hayward, CA CA 54544 (415) 487-3000 Branch of:, G~aser Bro~; See California Tony Searpiffi, Mgr.. Bay Arab. Steve Cohen. Sales Mgr,, San Franc~sco Joe Davis, Sales Mgr,, Sazz Jose Rammy Inzedl[o, Bales Mgr.. Heyward Lamj Hope, Bales Mgr. S~nas Larry T~ormine, Sales Supv,, Bay Aroa D~ane SchilIing, Off. Mgr., Bay Area Bill Warwick, Warshouse Mgr., Bay Ar~a SALES MANAGER: Tony Lopez (Bay Area) BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Kitt Jacobson; All Products SERV/NG:AH Bay Area SALESPERSGNS: 27 GLASER BROS. 3130 Leonis Bird. P.O. Box 58862 Los Angalea CA 90058 (213) 583-9911 David E. G~lieopio, Chmn. Bd. & CEO Edward N. Stenlon, Vice Chron. Bd. & CMaf Adm~n, Off. Anthony S. Regensburg Pres. & Chief Opera~ng Off. Henry GSnk, Chron,, Exec. Commies George E. Bad0n, Exen, V.P. Gerald H. Goldmen, Exen. V.P., Chief FiG. Off. & Asst, Secy. Daniel P. C-IHesp~e, St. V.P.. Mktg. J. Dean Parker. St. V.P., Opine. Robed T. Ac~hor, V.P. Secy. & Gan, Counsel Pamela M. Cooper, V.P., Fin, & Asst, Secy. SALES MANAGER: Daniel P. Gilies{~e BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ran Kentish; Tobacco & Confecbonery Sixto Mo,'~les; Groovy Producls SERV/NG.'CaIli, Idaho. Novada, OmDon. Ut.~h, Wash, Adzona SALESPERSONS: 200 BRANCHES: 19; See C~]~f, Nevada. Oregon, Utah, Wash, Arizona GLASER BROS. 3970 Pe;I Circle P,O, Box 15436 Sacramento CA 95384 (916) 442-O711 Branch of:. Glaaef Brae.; Sea C"qfornlzz AI Brennan, ~'. MDr. Jim McGdff, S~ies Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Chuck Ho~ges GLASEB BROS. 444 Athol Street Sa~ Bemal'dino CA 92402 (714) 889.3671 GLASER BROS. 4520 Federal B~vd. San O~iego CA 92101 {714) 264-31(~ Branch of:. G1as~- Bro~; See C~tfom~,, Ed Curnsky~ Bc Mgr. SALES MANAC.ZTR: R~Oh~rd Sten'4~son GLA6ER BROS. 3320 Industrial O,'~ve Sant~ Ro~a CA 95401 (707} .~6-1135 Sral~;h ~ Glasen Brae.; See C~llfornkl • ~ALESt.MNAGER: Ratph 8raron GLEN CITY CANDY TOBACCO CO. 1o~8 E~ M.~a Santz Pau~ CA 63060 GOLDEN EMPIRE CAHOy 118 Oak. SE Ct~¢o CA GOOD TIME FOODS, INC. 4~3~ K~e Rd. Fra,l~ent CA 9453~ Stlve Lair. Pros. GI:LI~By WHO~ INC. 5~0 (~ ~t. P.O. ~12 P.O. Bea ee?s3 TA Lea ,~#~ CA ~ ROBERTO GUTIERREZ INT'I- CAHDY WHOLSLR. 753 ~ St. IF C~u;a Vista CA ~2912 LOUIS HAM 321 C,m~l~w St M~myP~rk CA 91754 HELLER (E.T.C.) CORP. 124 Leaky Dr. B~t B'iy Hi~ CA 90212 (213) 8-58-3454 Jac~ B. ~-ielte~'. Pros. OARRYL RENRY DIST. 950 57th SL Oak~nd CA 94607 HI & GRADE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 6052 Maywood AVe. Hunt~g~on Park CA 90255 (213) 582-7443 HILANO WHOLESALE & VENDING 2375 Hli-tnell Ave. ReddKlg CA 96002 916-221-2641 H. T. Hooking, Pros, N. T. Hasking. V.P. L A. W~shon, Secy.. Treas. SALESMANAGER:D. V. Douglas BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: D. V. Doug ~s; Cigarettes. Cigars, Tab., Candy• Misc. TERRITORY SERVED: Shasta & Trinity Coealys BALESPERSONS: 4 BRANCHES: 1 HILLMAN TOBACCO, INC. 1766 th~ustd~l Way Nape CA 94558 (707) 226-7789 HING KEE COMPANY 1542 Tu[ars St~o~t Fresno CA 93706 {209) 233-4416 Jo~aa Lai, BUYER: Jones Lai SERVING: 4OoMiie Radius SALESPERSONS: I HOLIDAY CANDY 2456 Mari(mdale Los Angeles CA 90032 G;uy Ko;insky, Pros. Gary Kolinsky. V.P. SALES MANAGER: Jim M~aug~ BUYERS: Gary Kolinsky Jim Middeugh Ai Gla.dstcne TERRITORY SERVED: CaSfomia. Adzona, Nevada SALESPERSONS: 10 HOLT DISTRIBUTING 18o Shall St. P.O, Box 554 Bislmp CA 93514 {619) 873-8967 Ben Gill. Owner Carol Gill, O',,mer SALES MANAGER: Ben Gill BUYERS: Ban GIll Carol Gill SERVING: Iny~-M~o Counties, California SALESPERSONS: 2 BRANCHES: 1 HOMAN SERVICE CO. c/o Seer~ Roebuck Co. 2650 E. Olympic BNd, Los Angeles CA 90054 HOWARDS DISTRIBUTING 24630 Bast Fourth St. SaD Bemardino CA 52410 (714) 665-5511 HOY CHANG & COMPANY, INC. 281 8th Street Oakland CA 94607 H15) 451-264o William Hay, Prea, SALES MANAGER: laid}ella POOh BUYER" Ganlet Hay SERVING: AteJ'neda SALESPERSONS: 3 MARTY HOYER DIST. 8625 E. Ceetral Stenton CA 90680 HUB DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 103 B Streat P.O. Box 830 Marysville CA 95901 (9t6) 743-7341 John Harmon, principal BUYER: John Harmon SERVING: NV, CO, Placer. Yoba, Co,usa, Burls SALESPERSONS: 4 0. M. NUGHES DIST. 2185 OIU Middlefie~d ML CA 94040 HUMBOLDT DISTRIBUTORS 66 E. 21st Avenue San Mated CA 94403 (415) 345-3581 Edward Under,~ood, Pies. Mark Underwood, V.P. irene Underwood, Treas. J & O FOODS INC. Seato Fe C.Itedng Hwy. Whittier CA 90605 JACK FL JILLS 21595 Curbs SL Hayward CA JACK'S FOOD PRODUCTS 3393 Ad~'ns Ave. San O~69o CA 92116 John C. Brh% Owner JACK'S WHOLESALE CANDY & TOBACCO CO. 1220 E. 8~ Street Loa Angel~ CA 90021 JACK'S WHOLESALE CANDY & TOY CO. 2211 F_. 27th Vernon CA 0005~ JAFFE BROS. 6201 FaJdane Dr. Oaktand I!. J. JARVIS CANDY CO. 130~0 Tome W1r~'t~ Way Suite A Nonvalk CA 00650 JENCO DISTRIBUTORS CO. 2368 D~hom Dr. Riversk~e CA 9250~ (714) 6~-1300 JENSEN SALES CO. 34~'4 Robeno Ct. San Lu~ O~icpo CA 543-7~41 Handk Nlelsea. Pras. (Owns) SALE~ MANA G~R: Bda Hondk Nk~ea Bah Doh~s~dm S~ah M~..emy C.w.~s JE~4S~N WH(X.ESALE I'.O T!56324141
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBfJllON ADORESs/'rELEPHON EIPROF]LE CALIFORNIA W~r 4 ~ 4 CAMFORNIA JOHNN~$ CANDY COMPA~ 5~7 West 14~ ~ LLOYD JOHN~N ~. tNC. ~N & L~IN ~ 3131 ~ M~ SL ~ CA ~NEDYW~ALE IN~ ~5 W. Heard S~et BILL KESTER ~OD DIST. W. H. Ke~sr, Jr.. Owner KOH~S EN~RIS~ MILAN KRELL ~ OlD N~hd~ A~ Sen 18758 B~t N@~ CA 91324 BID KUR~NDER & SON, INC. 135 U~ CL P.O. Box 371 R~e~ Pa~ CA 94928 ~07) 5~961 e ~nte ~ Kud~d~, Pr~. Ju~ A. Kudandm, V.P. D~ W. Kud~der. Sew., Try. & CenL SALES ~AG~" Ma~ B~s~ & ~d~ Park~ B~ERS AND PRO~CTS: Kev~ Kuflen~ ~nl~1~ & (~ti~Uonal Sab C~na~en; C~re,e & Toba=o ~ Parker; 3~VING: S~ma. ~ke, SIC KUR~NDER & SON, INC. P.O. ~x 371 S~ Rosa CA 95402 ~07) 584-961~ M~ta L Kurl~er. Pres. D~ W. Kurla~er, Sacy. & Treas. S~ES ~NAG~S: M~te BUYEr" Ke~ Kurl~de~ ~ke CounW. M~no. Pa~ of Menn Coun~ SA~SP~SONS: 5 L & H SUP~Y CO. 4240 S, Pr~ Plaza Vs~n CA 9~58 (213) 582-~5 L & L CONCESSION SUPPLY 1710 W. C~dsva L~ A~aios CA 9~7 (213) 731-0981 J~ B~dley L & L DISTRIBUTING CO. 751 ~r~dv~aw ~v~ CA L & M DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 248 Main Sv~t P.O. Box 267 VenUe CA 90291 (213) 39~5925 Amold M[~]er, Pres. H~en M~er, Tm~. S~ Les~, SaW- SALES MANAGe: B~S AND PRODUCTS: Re.is ~t~n; C~y, Gum G~ Takes~a; HABA RobeR Lossin; Digam, S~dr~s SERVING: Southern California SAL ESPERSON~" 10 B~NCHES: 1 ~KE T~OE SNACKS 11573 Rocky La~e T~ckee CA ~734 ~NDSTROM CO, P.O. Box 2886 s~ s~ Fr~s~ CA 94080 (415) 873~240 S~ G~sn ~URITSON & ~NS 658 East Manet Svost Salin~ CA 93901 (408) 424-5967 ~ON DISTRIBUTORS 328 U~lefi~d Ave. ~u~ S~ Fr~]s~ CA 94080 (415) 871-1230 G~I R. E~ng, Pros. SA~S MANAGER: ~1 E~ B~ERS AND PRODUCTS: ~t Ewi~; CenW Ward Steer Tobac~ S~VING:So~ San Fr~s~ ~ Pe~nsula ~ & ABB~ 114~ F~ew Ave. El ~te CA 91732 ~ M. ~IS ~40 N. Sen~ ~ El Monle CA 91731 ~ M. L~IS 2143 E. Belm~t F~e~ CA 93701 H~ CA 91~5 (213) 7~201 9~01 (8~) 544-1457 A~REO R ~lS 721 W. Chur~ S~ S~n~ M~da B~ 6~91 Na~I ~ CA 9~0 (619) 477-3161 ~ H~lrd. V.PJ~. Mgr. ALFR~ M. L~IS" INC. ~1 Frsn~ Ave. R~ CA ~5~ R~h ~t, CIPresJCEO ~ES: 5 CA ~1 ALFRED M. LEWt.% INC. p~o. BOx ~00 No~i~-tdge CA 91324 (213} 349-6800 Branch o~ N~'ed u Lewis, ~ See C~Sfcxnla Evere~l S~ F=mham. Y~°. & Div. M<jc ALFRED M. LEW1S, INC. 424 H S4~e~ Bin Bern~m~o CA ALFRED M. LEWIS, INC. ~9 E. 21~ St. S~nt~ A~ CA 92701 M & C DISTRIBUTING CO. 6245 ~ St. City o~ Com~nerce CA ~040 M & t-l. TOBACCO COMPANY- 709 Adc~ral CaSa~ Ave. P.O, Box 753 Variejo CA 84~90 (707) 643-4526 M & M BROS. WHSEL 201 E Stevens Santa Aria CA 92705 CHARLES C. MACK, INC. 11116 Wright Road Lynwood CA 90262 (213) 836-6626 Kepneth M. Stot~ck. Pros. MARBO QUALITY FOODS, INC. 328 "N" St. P.O. Box 11487 Fresno CA 93773 (209) 435-3250 Ma~n Borbedan, Pros. SALES MANAGER: Dan Davis BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ma~n Barbarian; Confectienow TERRITORY SERYEO: Sen Joaquin Valley NORTH COAST DISTRIBUTORS 4~ D~y P~c~ P,O, Bo~ 418 S~ P~f~i~e~ CA ~4915 ~ L B~. ~ S~G" ~I~ ~ Ms~. ~ 9~ ~14) 82~5~ PyalMONaRCH INC. 240 Va~ay ~. ~s~e CA 94~ (4~5) 467-25~ PY~MONaRGH INC. 1025 ~ail~ Way P.O. ~x PALISADE WHOLESALE 8~5 B Pr~on Ave. San ~ CA 92t21 ~4) 57~3~ D~ Sm~, G~. Mgr. SA~S M~A~" Tom ~sley BUYER ~ND PRODUCTS: Un~ Lee Lo~ MARK & CO. 18740 Oxn=rd SL Tarzena CA 91356 SERVING:SOu~em California MARKET WHLSE. GROC. River Ranch Rd. Hwy. 99 PARAMOUNT WHOLESALE 7540 E. Rosect~ns S. RedOing CA 96001 MARKET WHLSE. GROC. CO. P.O. Box 1807 Redding CA 96099 (916) 243-5231 Walter J. Amador, V.P. & Gen. Mgr. MARKET WHOLESALE GROCERY CO 536 M~u~posa Rd. P,O. Box 3896 Mndesto CA 95352 1209) 526-8511 R. V. Ferrucci, St. V.P. SALES MANAGER: W~lbert Amedor BUYERS: Mike Erdman Densis Morgan SERVING: 156-Mile Radius: Mercnd County, Stenlslaus Sen Joaqaln County, Toulumne, Arn~,dor. Sacramen o, kl~'neda SALESPERSONS: 1 BRANCHES: 1 MARKET WHOLESALE GROCERY COMPANY 7301 141h Ave. P.O. BOX 15679 Sacramento CA 95809 (916) 452-3381 MARSH CNCS. SUPPLY INC. 2640 Market St. Sa~ Diego CA 92102 (619) 231o2616 Leonard Mamh, Pros. MARTY'S FOODS INCa 10650 Burbank Blvd. Nodh Hollywood CA 91601 (213) 762-2860 MAYON FOODS CO. P.O. Box 565 Colton CA 92324 (714) 625-4014 MCFERRINS FRT-O-MATIC 1706 Timothy Dr, San L.oandro CA 94577 MCLANE PACIRC GROCERY DISTRIBUTION 3876 Chl[ds Ave. Mercod CA 95344 (209) 383-7500 Van P~rdsh. Purch. Cir. KEN MILLER FOODS 411 Harrison Ave. Son~ Cruz CA 95062 (408) 462-6564 MISSION WHOLESALE, INC. 24 Helena St. Santa Barb~'a CA 93101 966-7612 MOBILE FOODS, INC. 326 Sbaw Rd, South Sen Francisco CA 94080 (415) 873-8156 MODESTO FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 647 G~laxy Way P,O, Box 282 Modesto CA 95353 (209) 526-0692 Jack McNai~o. Pros. Ro~ald McNabbo V.P. SALES MANAGER: Ron McNebb BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ron McNabb; All Foods & Candy SERVING: Lodi to Bakersfield MODESTO TOBACCO & CANDY COMPANY 1573 Cummins D,'ive P.O. Box 3776 Mndesto CA 95352 (209) 523-6449 T~'n Eakln, Pres. William EZ~kin, Chrm. Tom Eakin, V,P. SALES MANAGER: Tom Eakin BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Joe Garda; Cigarettes, Tobacco Bill Imt:~si; C~r~ly Larry McKmg; HABA SERVING." St~nislaus, Mereed~ San Joaqu~o Monterey CA 93940 (4(~) 376-561! $~I Diego CA 92101 (714) 234-2222 MUTUAL GROCERY CO. NASE~ D~%q,TRIR~ 154~ Old B=y~o~e ~ Paramount CA 90723 PATTON VENDING CO. 811 Keamey Ave. Modesto CA 95350 W. R. Patton, Pres, pETERSON CANDY COw INC. 6328 27~ SIreet Sacramento CA 96822 PHILLIPS & KING CIGAR CO. 2068 Mountain View Rd, El Monte CA 91733 (213) 283-6607 PINOTTI DISTR. CO. INC. 35 Spanish St. P.O. Box 456 Butter Creek CA 95685 {209) 267-5564 Stevan Pino~, Pres. PIONEER MERCANTILE COMPANY 724 Main St. Susanvgle CA 96130 (916) 257-2311 Henw Matteucd, Owner SALES MANAGER: Hanw Mattoucd SERVING: Lessen & Plunks Ceuntios PITTSBURG WHOLESALE GROCERS, INC. lO5O Los Medsnos SL P~tlsb~rg CA 94565 (415) 439-5~09 Joseph J. Drank, Pres, SAN BRUNO DISTRI~JTOIT5 ~40 W. S~'1 Brun~ A'ee. S~-~ ~ ~ 34~ (41~ ~1~1 SAN DIEGO CANDY ~ ~ H~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~110 (619) SA~A MON~A D~. 1~ A~s CA ~ ~ ~S~IB~NG COMPA~ ~42 ~ ~ A~ CA 9~2 [213) 728~4 SA~RNINO BI~AO 1141 S Co~v= ~=~ CA 91801 SBRAGIA BR~ 1~ E. ~1 952~ (209) 94~5~2 ARTHUR SCHWAR~ d~/a AR ~y & T~ ~. 12840 S~ Way N~h H~I~ CA 91605 {213} 7~-~85 S~V~ IN~ 5844 E Sla~ Ci~ of ~m~ CA 9~40 (213) 728-~4 S~VCE TOBAC~ & C~DY COMPANY 4~6 Waterloo Rd. P.O. ~x 8~2 Sio~on CA 95205 (209) 931-2474 SHIFFER~S WHOLESALE, INC. 1627 ~ A~q~ St. P,O. ~x 429 ~1~ CA 93279 (2~) 732-~ James ~iffen. Pros. Marguerite S~ffed, V.P. SALES MANA~R: J~ S~ffe~ BUYER: J~os S~ed SERWN~" C~ San Joa~in Valley SHIPPS SERVICE 245 B¢o~y Chela V~ CA 92010 SH~ TOB AND SUPPLY CO~ INC. P.O. Box 1141 S~ ~ CA ~2112 SHUR-WAY DI~. 115 C Phelan Ave. U~ ~6 S~ Jose CA ~5112 SMI~ BRO~ CANDY CO. 1819 Br~ay St. C~O CA ~520 SNEER D~RIB~ORS CO. 13764 Fran~ Q~o Bald~ Pa~ CA 917~ M~VIN SOSNCK COMPANY 1500 ~e Argue P.O. Box 391 S~ta Clara CA 95052 (408) 727.66~ SOUTH COAST DISTRIBUTORS CO. 3~ ~s Mol~os S~ Ciem~te CA 9~72 (714) 492~252 SPEE~LUNCH CO. 1~4 ~ F~kl~ P~ CA 917~ ~14) 62~537 ~ANDARD ~DSWHO~SALE 113o N. Tenlh San Jose CA 95112 pOST HOUSE INC. 701 L St. Sacramento CA 95814 POTPOURRI 31921 Camino Capistr 11 El Adobe Sq. STEENSTRUP CANDY COMPANY 3155 port=r Street P.O. Sex 788 Sequel CA 95073 San Juan Cap[sire CA 92675 (40~) 475.,4306 THE PRICE CO. 9851 Buena, V'L~ta Ave. Sanlee CA 92071 TH E PRICE OOMPANY 4605 Moren~. Blvd. Sen Diego CA 92117 PROVEN PRODUCTS 1051-26th St. Sen Francisco CA 94107 RALPH & SONS, INC. 775 Sacramento Street San Francisco CA 94108 (415) 421-3784 Chef Y. Lal. Pres. Wing Y. Lai, Secy,, Tr6as. Wing Y. Lel, Secy.. Treas. SALES MANAGER:Wayne LaJ BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Chuck; Sundries Wayne; Candies RAWLINGS & SELBY WHOLESALE 211 W. Katells Ave. #M Orange CA 92667 (714) 974-5010 RAWSON DRUG & SUNDRY 1313 53rd SL Oakland CA 94506 RAWSON DRUG & SUNDRY COMPANY 2013 Ferallco Dr. Sen Leandm CA 94577 (415) 352.6600 Date F_ Strend. As~L to Pros. RED ROOSTER WHOLESALE 1385 E. 15t~ $1. Los Angeles CA 90021 BOB REINER CANDY CIGG. 3855 Woodvala Dr. Cadsbad CA ROBBYS SNACKS 1956 Broadway Sacramento CA 95818 (916) 455-8722 ROBINSON TeD. & CANDY 12 R~oley Ave. R~chn.~nd CA 94801 ROCKWELL ENTERPRISES, INC. 255 W Tommce B~vd. Carson CA 90745 (2t3) 532-5121 Curds Armstrong, Pres. R. L Herbert, V.P.. D~'. Mktg. SALES MANAGER: R. L Herbert TERRITORY SERVED: NtSon SALESPERSONS." 17 BRANCHES: 4; See CaSfomi=t ROYAL WHOLESALE CIGAR CO., LTD. 2~39 Bendinl Bird. P.O. Box 23939 LOS/V~IleS CA Jallus i-'~. Gen. M~, Norm Fraidl~,,de¢, Oper. Mgr. Ne¢~ Borne; Head ~ D~k Sar~rd; Candy Natm Fraldlendsc Sund~ S & A ~I~OLESALE CA ~48 Robert Stee~stl~p. Owner Rk:t~rd Steonstmp, Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Gregg Dalario BUY£RS AND PRODUCTS: Richard Stonnsttup; Candy, Tobacco Sundries SERVING." Monterey ~y Ar~ SALESPERSON~" 5 STEGS PRODU~ CO. 125~ In,owed 81V~ Ha~me CA 90250 (213) ~4~484 ~E'S CANDY 1225 ~o~ Rd. ~nard CA 93030 ~E'S CANDY CTR, 675 O~g~ St. Oxnard CA 93030 STEWART WHS~ ~ay ~e. 1015 ~ley sL Ricked CA 948~ (4t5) 2~325 F. W. STRICKLER & SONS, INNC. d/b/a Bakers~ld Candy & Toba~o Co. 4~6 S~ Rd. ~kersf~ CA 93301 (805) ~4~546 93~9 Fr~ R. St~k;e~, P~l SUNNYHI~ ~STRIB. 14717 1/20~rd V~ Nu~ CA 91411 T & G DISTRIBUTORS 1~ Paul #5 P.O. ~x 2161 San Rafaai CA 94902 (415) 479~8~ J. G~l~s~, Owner C. Tzve~, O~er SALES MANA ~: J. G~1~ BUY~S AND PRODUCTS: SERVING: SA~SP~SONS: 3 FRANK T~BUR~O 106 ~}~ ~ ~ R~ ~ CA ~277 ' TA~ SALES I~. 1~ Ha~lt~ Menlo P=~ CA 94025 T~Y'S ~ST. 8616 S. L~ Bez~ S~ G~te ~47 TREE ~ MFE W~ 9~ B Oo~ ~ Veiny 91352 TRI~GLE CA~RIN~ I~ 1~ ~to R~ V~ Nu~ CA 914~ (213) 7~1.2823 TN~ L ~S~iBUTORS ~. ~ N~ ~. UN~ED DI~iB~NG D~i~ ~ U~M G~S, Md. ~ ~ Ave. ~=d CA 945~ (415) 7a~1~ UN~D G~ER~ 3~1 ~ ~. W~ 4~ ~ CA S~ {4~5} 2~4~o UN~ G~ L~. ~1 F~ R¢ ~ CA ~1~4 UNIV~ ~S~ ~. ~ ~3 TI56324142
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBfJTION WW 5 CALIFORNIA ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFIlE CONNECTICUT W~/5 VALLE-Y Y~-~OLESALE 421 ~. S~ I~ CA VL~,ERY PARK N EAT 5t~W. ~ ~ 91~o ~14) ~7-~ ~C'S SUPPLY 1~1 ~ A~ S~ ~ CA 90701 VOGEL DI~. 2~61 ~. 18 ~e V~Iw CA ~07 VOLN~ DIS~IB~NG CO~ I~ ~ C~Boal WASHINGTON SUPPLy C~ 1717 P~eti SL San F~s~ CA 94133 (41S) 392-1155 W~MAN Ol~. CO. 728 H~ame R~ C~ CA WEST COA~ UQUlOATOR WAREHOUSE 2430 Oela~ Ca~s~ CA ~744 WEST COAST SHIP CHANDLERS tNC. CA 94107 495-5400 ~ M. V~ Me~, Pres. S~S MA~AGE~: Edward P~ee BUY~S ~D PRO~CTS: S~lley Re~; T~, ~y S~HNG:S~ F~n~s~ Bay are~ ~A~PERSONS: 3 ROY WI~IAMS 643 Edna PL Coy;no CA 91722 WILSON SERVICE CO. 973 UNt C ~a v~ Mo~t~ Vi~ CA 94~3 (415) 966-2693 Wi~n Smi~, Owner WORLD FAMOUS BABYGRN CANOY 1230 Sawe~ COLORADO A A DISTRIBUTORS INC. 305 Mask ~e P.O. Box 339 Craig CO 81625 (303} 82~5734 Bo~ ~v~l~, Pres. Cindy ~rk, Mgr. BUYERS ~D PRODUC~: Cindy ~k; A~ SE~NG: Mo~t. Rout. R~ Blan~ Counties SALESPERSONS,. 4 AMERICAN WHOLESALE GROCERS 845 S. 10~ G~d Jun~n CO 81501 ~303) 24~505 SALES MANAGER: Ran Ma~dt BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: D~VO BENEDECK~ENTRA~ INC. 81602 [303) 945~591 John Cadez, Principal Bob Schi~s. M~. BUYERS ANO PRODUCTS: SALESPERSON~: 3 BOULDER TOBACCO & CANDY COMPANY 2005 Pearl St. P.O. Box 1089 ~ul~r CO 8~02 (303} 443-7111 ~arl J. Smi~, BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: ~b Wandan ~rl ~i~ S~V/NG: 4~M~e Ra~;us: Boulder Co~ SALESPERSONS: 5 THE C~T~L DISTRIBU~NG COMPANY 245 5~ Av~e P.O. Box 4~9 Grand Junction CO 81502 (3~) 243.~24 CHIPS OI~RIBUTORS CO. ~90 Chambe~ Rd. Aurora CO 8~11 (303) 341-1333 CONN'S ENTERPRISE P.O. ~x 055 ~ver co 6~29 289~1~ CORKISH ~KS CIGAR CO. 521 W. 3rd St. P.O. Box 1647 ~to CO 81~ (303) 545-1151 CR~GER MER~N~LE COMPANY, IN~ 3377 Fox ~yer CO 80216 {3~) 477~073 DEL~ CO~ INC. 2~ ~8 Co~ CO 81321 (303) 56~998 DIKEOU BROTH~S 81 ~ 17~ St. # 1200 O~er CO ~0202 (303) ~S~1B~ORS UN~MIT 11951 Co~ Rd. 22 C~ez CO 81321 ~NSON50I~RISU~NG ~50 ~. J~an Denver CO ~STMAN BROTHERS, INC. 32~ N. Fret S~ P.O. Box 286 St~ CO ~0751 (3~) 522-3145 H. O. E~. P~; 8U~: J~W H~St ~H~" I~M~ R~ ~ Cello, SAL~SONS: 4 F~KS ~E~ ~NA~" ~ C~ ~C~ ~ R ~ ~MP~Y Stanley R FI=~=, Pre~ Gregoof A. Rake, V.P. Rch~rd S. ~ V P S~mit C~, T~er ~n~, ~kan~e. K~t~e V~. HIGH P~INS WHOLESA~ INC. P.O. ~x 127 ~ co 8~t5 (3~J 7~427 JEROME COMPANY 7~ 11~ Street Gr~ley CO 8~31 ~} ~2-1425 K~th W. Jerome, Pre~ BU~S ~D ~ODUCTS: J~ ~ ~rome; T~a~. ~per Gee~ D~ Foes. C~y. M~c. SALESPERSONS: 6 MC LANE WESTERN INC. 38~ ~eol~g Denver CO 80239 (303) ~73.4780 R. N, MASON & SON, INC, 1~9 S~ta Fe Avenue P.O. Box 352 La J~ta CO 81050 (303) 384~65 Mrs. J. T, R~uta. Pdn~al Bob R~to, ~m Ri~uto, P~nc~a~ SALES MANAGER: S~ Pstram~f~ BURRS: S~m Roe B~ R~zz~o SER~NG: 150~i~e Radius: S, E. Colo~do, SALESPERSONS: 5 BRANCHES: 1; ~ Co{o. MC~N~E~RN, INC. 38~ ~oel[ng P.O. 39144 ~nver CO 80239 (303) 373-4780 CO 80205 MOUNT~RT WHO~SA~, INC 12 W~hi~tan SL Monte Y~a CO 81144 (~03) 852-2712 PARAGON F~D PR~UCTS 4053 Tejon Strut Denver CO 8021 t PEERESS CO[N~P CORPO~ON 527 South Te~n Colorsdo Spdngs CO 80903 PONGA WHOLESALE MERCAN~ COMPANY 109 Suffia Rd Box 2 Duran~ CO 81301 (303) 247-~88 M. D. Swanemyr. Br, Mgt, PONCA WHOLESALE MERCHA~LE co. 2629 S, Pr~rie Ave. Box 25~ Pueblo CO 81005 (303) B~n~ off Pon~ ~olesale ~mpany; SR Texas SALES MANAGER: J~ Medmno R & C WHO~ALE COMPANY 3616 To)on Skeet P.O. Box 11235 Denver CO 80211 (303) 4~-5976 RICKER BROTHERS~ iNC. 220 N. Howas Street Fo~ Collins CO 80521 (303) 482-1023 Branch oE Je~me Company J~n K. Jer~e. Pdnc~ SALES MANAGER: Jer~ S~ SERV/NG: Q0-Mile Radius: Leveled, FL ~e, Wellington, Ault, Severance, ~mn~th. Be~oud SALESP~SONS: 4 RI~ SUNDRY SER. 511 6th Ave. Gr~ley CO 80631 R~KY MOU~AIN CATER 2730 S Jej~ Englewood CO 801 ~ 0 (303) 761-0213 R~KY MOUNTAIN WHOLESALE Div. of Ma~mlck Enterprise In~ 110 S. 3td St, P,O. Box 728 Kremmli~ CO 80459 RUHL DISTRIBUTING CO. 3~ E~son St, P,O. ~x 636 8~h CO 80723 (303) 842~6 Bmer H. R~I. ~ner Carol L. Ruhl Ter~ A. Ruht SA~E3 MANAGER." Elmer H, Ruhl ~UYERS AND PRODUCTS: Elmer H. R~I; ~n~,To~c~. SALESP~SONS: 5 5ALtDA WHOLESA~ 1~. 515 W~ 7~ Street P.O ~x 846 ~1~ CO 81201 (303) 536-2993 F & C SAWAYA WHOLESALE 516 w. Ma~ St. P.O. Box 770 T~d CO 81 ~2 (~) ~6-~63 ~les D, Saway~ C~r ~mles Slway~ P~ Fred Sa~ Gin., SA~SOHS: 2 SERI,'I~" M~4m Danvw & Ner~er~ C,~o. UNFrED FOODS ~E~A~CO V. ~ ~ IN~ (3~) ~g~g~ VSA OF C~ORADO 730 S~th Jason D~ver CO VALLEY WHOLESALE CO. R~ ~por. Mgr. C. WESTCO, INC. CONNECTICUT ALLIED GROCERS CORP. R[c~rd Staifi; Ca~ & Toba~o AT~NTIC TOBACCO CO. AVAN TOBACCO & CANDY CO, 428 N. Hair St. Br~ford CT 0~ (203) 488-8212 SERVING:ConneCtiCUt BONADIO & TOB, INC. HenW F~k, V.P. BOZZUTO'S CANDY DIVISION SALESPERSON~" 2 B~n CT ~ CAPITOL CANDY COMPANY Ma~ R~W, Pres. ~' C~ W~ M~ S~R~. New L~. ~ SALESPERSONS: 2 CONTINENTALTOBACCO & CANDY 640 St~ts Sleet Bridge~'t CT O6604 CROWN TOBACCO & CANDY CO~ INC. 15 Orange Street P.O. BOx 1191 New I-klvan CT 06510 (203) 777-4401 D| LEO BRO~. |NC. 23 Cern~erc~al St. Wated~ury CT 06702 (203) 754-0161 DUBOWY BRO~. 2074 Pirk St. Hldford CT 06106 (20~) OUBOWY BROTHERS~ INC. 686 Mare Street P.O. Box 369 Waledown CT 06708 (203I 274.5451 E & E DISTRIBUTe RS CO. 25 Kossu~h St. New HaVerl CT EXCELSIOR WHOLESALE 72 CliIt~ Ave. Anso~ia CT 06401 FAIRFIELD COUNTY TOBACCO & CANDY CO. 142 R~ver St. Bridgeport CT 06604 (203) 333-0949 (203) 334-6225 George Z~mary Roger Wehr Y[C GAL~NTO 25 Podfand Street Mido3etown CT 06457 (203) 346-1955 THE GILLETTE COMPANY, INC, Cotumb~a Avemle P.O. Box 113 Wiillmantic CT 06226 {203) 423-2511 Meyer Russian, Pres. Gerald Russian, Secy., Treas. SALES MANAGER: Gerald Russian L B G DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 311 State Street North Haven CT 06473 MANCHESTER TOBACCO & CANDY CO, INC. 299 Green Rd. Manchester CT 06040 (203) 643-9|47 Lecnard Schoonfeld, Hd. Chmno Alan R. Schoanfeld, Pres. Undo Schoe~feld, Secy. Rosemary K,'usi~skt, Off. Mgro SALES MANAGER: Alan R. SchoanfokJ BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Alan Schoenfeld; General Leonard Schoenfeld, Specialties SERV/NG:HFJ County, Tolfand County, Middlesex County, Now Haven County and Western Mass~chusstls MASTER FOODS 61 Gray's Bridge Rd. Brookfield CT 06804 (203) 775-2541 THOMAS J MCDERMOI"r TOBACCO 256 State SL Now Haven CT 06511 (203) 707-5713 MERIDEN CANDY & TOBACCO INC. 763 Hanover Rd. Madden CT 06450 (203) 235-4471 MODERN CIGARETrE SERV|C~ |NC. 229 Grand Ave. New Haven CT 06513 (203) 777-2112 THE MODERN TOBACCO & CANDY COMPANY, INC. 1615 Park Avenue P.O. Box 897 Bridgeport CT 06604 (203) ~33-5100 Monny Levy, Pres. Atbert Levy, V.P. BO0y Levy, Treas. SERVING:Fairfield County and Now Haven Cour=ty NASTR! BROTHERS, INC. 587 Bonks St. P.O. Box 4234 Waterbury CT 06704 (203) 754-2119 NEW BRITAIN CANDY COMPANY, INC. 27 Mill St. Serhn CT 06037 (203) 028.5484 R. Hill, Pri~cip~,l Charles Ccssella, Gee, Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Pa|dck McCabe BUYER: Ir~ez krsan~uit; Ruyer SERVING: Connecticut (enbre state); Massachusetts (all products except cigarettes) SALESPERSONS: 8 BRANCHES: 1; See CT NEW ENGLAND VARIETY DIST., INC. 91 Crystal Avenue P.O. Box 5 Now Londee CT 06320 (203) 442.9488 THE NEW HAVEN TOBACCO COMPANY 25 George Street P.O. Box 1863 New Haven CT 06508 (203) 787-5858 S. Jeffrey Shustar, Pres. O. B. Smernoff, V.P. SALES MANAGER: S. Jeffrey Shustar" BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: S. Jeffrey Shuster; NI D. 8. Smemo~ Candy Buyer SERV'JNG:CL, West Mass. & Westchester Co~xlty SALESPERSONS: 12 NUTMEG PANTRY WHOLESALE 239 Whitewood Rd. Watarb~ CT 06700 (203) 753.0029 PY~/MONARCH IHO, P.O. Eox 8405 East Hl~erd CT O6101 (203) 289-3431 PAR PRODUCTS, INC. 51 Hood Tort. West Have~ CT 06516 ~. J. PEPE FOOD CORP. 65 S. Leonard St. Wate~bu~ CT O67O6 (20~) 756-746~ PUTNAM CANDY COMPANY, INC. 60 Woodstock Avenue Put,,~m CT 06260 (ZOO) Barbara Boa~P/. P~es.. Trees. SALES MAHAGER: Thor~s Boax~y BUYERS AND PRC~IJCT~" TP, e~-..s BOau~. N~ RALPH ~. RO~IN~:)~ 1142 Bomum Ave. ~ CT ~t 0 (~3} THF S & S COMPANIES CT~t ~ TI56324143
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION WW 6 CONNECTICUT ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE FLORIDA WW 6 Star, By M Ba~se~ Pres. Robert E. Varge, V.P M~ael Carter. ~r Oper. R~ V~ ~p ~ato ~LESP~S~S: 30 BRANCHES: 3; S~ CT THE SELLER CORP. 1 Sp~ ~e Farm~g~ ~st~al Pr~ Fa~ington CT ~032 (2~) 667-9791 ~rk F. ~jewski. Reg. ~, SERVOMA~ON SUPPLY IN~ 411 Was1 ~tnem Ave. Gresnwi~ CT 00~0 B~ SMRH CO. INC. ~2 Gr~ Ave New H~vee CT 0~11 SPRINGFIELD SUGAR & PRODUCTS CO., INC. C~ & To~c~ ~isIne 1120 Hawey Lane P.O. Box 385 Suffield ~ 06078 (203) 623-8201 Jufi~ J. ~ve~, Pdn~at SPRINGFIELD SUGAR & PRODUCTS CO. P,O. ~x385 ~sor ~c~ CT 06096 (203) 6~-1681 Jul~n J. Lea~. Pres. BRANCHES: 1: See M~a~uoo~ S~BO FOOD SRV. INC. 289-74~ Ru~ Mor~. Ven~mg Sv¢. Sir. THF - ~STERN 5 Selr H~I Rd. No~lk CT 06850 UNITED TOBACCO COMPANY 32 Pu~ki Street P.O. Box 16 St~ford CT (203) ~23-09~ Louis G. Bmtse~s, ~n. Mgr. G~rge L Bm~s. Sales Mgr. Rl~rd A. SUED, B~er S~ES MANAGe: Goorgo S~VING: F~d VSA OF N~ ENG~ND 4 R~vay Road ~st W~dsor I~us~l Park E~ ~or ~ 06088 V~L~ CANDY &TOBACCO CO. 130 M~n St. Oe~y CT 0~18 WEGHSLER COFFEE CORP. 61 Gr~y's Bri~e Rd. Br~k~etd ~ 0~ (203) 775-2541 H. WILLEY, INC. 24 W~ter Strut No~ CT ~360 (203) 887-1343 Harold Ro~, SALES MANAGER: Harold R~ B~ERS AND ~ODUCTS: Har~d Ross SERVING' Conn~ & Rh~e Island SALESPERSONS: 3 DE.WARE R. BAYLIN COMPANY 705 Moreho~e Dr. Box 388 New CasUe DE 19720 {~2) O~-7363 He~eR BZyI~, Pdndpa~ R~n ~ylln. Se~., Treas. BUYERS ~ND ~ODUCTS: Mi~a=l S~NG: Delaware. pannsylv~m, New Je~ay DAVIS & BUYER, INC. 1235 E, O~isiee St. P.O. BOx 702 Dover DE 19901 (302) 734-8100 DE~B COMPANY t3 W. C~$rcl ~ast P,O. ~x594 Smy~ DE 199~ (302) 6~-5550 P. Br~ks 9~, Pros. Ru~ W. Bahia, Ba~., SALES ~NAGER: Ja~ B. Flowem BUY~S ~D ~ODUC~: P. ~ks ~n~; C~m~es, Sundti~ J~ B. F~wam; C~dy. C~ars S~VING: 60 mile ~VER WAR~OUSE FO~ ~RK~ 650 S. Bay Rd. & US 118 ~v~ ~ 19901 HARRY KENY~ I~, 203 Manet S1reet Wi~i~t~ ~ 19801 (302) 65~8~88 ~HN WM, KENYON, I~. 2517 West 6~ Strut ~t~ ~ 198~ (302) ~5 LORD BR~ & HIGGINS C~PANY 125 ~ell St¢~t Se~ford DE 1~73 (3~) 62~7~3 A. ~ MOORE, INC. Sate St. P.O, ~x ~ Mallard ~ 19966 (302) Uoyd G. O~y, P~es. ~ ~x ~ ~t S & S CANDY CO. 7~25 DISTRI~ OF COLUMBIA SALES MANA G~R~" F- V. Young 8UYZB:/S AND ~TS R J. Y(~ng T. R. Worse SERV~G.-Wesnin~ D.C. Maq4and, and V'~rgmia L FELDMAN & CO., INC. 2914 Vee St. DC 20018 (202) 832-7900 J & G CORP. Merchaot$ Cash & Carry 1271 5th St. NE Wash~lg~on DC 20012 {202) 544-0300 M&RJACK CONCESSIONS 1816 Half St- S.W. Wash/ngion DC 20024 AL PADOW CANDY WHOLESALE 1247 E Street S.F_ WzL~hingtnn DC 20003 UNITED DRUG SERVICE t/a United Wholesalers 4th & Rodda Ave.. N.E. Washington DC 20002 (202} 646-7020 Bertram Greenberg, Pres. Ronald Gmanberg. V,P, Michael Gr eanbe~j. Treas. SALES MANAGER: Bast Groooberg BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Barry Grsanbarg; Drug, Sundries Ken Greenberg; Tohaooo, Paper. Food Harry Moy; Candy Barbara Stone; Watches TERRITORY SERVED: Metropolitan D.C., MS, VA SALESPERSONS:3 8RANCHES" 1 FLORIDA A & B GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 68260 Ovsrsoos Hwy. Lang Key FL 33001 664-8595 Bruce VanT~ssel, Pres. ASna VenTasset, Secy. ATC, INC. d/biB Allmntl¢Tobacco Co. 2591 Sterling Rd. Hollywood FL 33020 ATC, INC. d/b/I Atllotic Tobl¢OO Co. 5821 Nodh Roride Ave. Tampa FL 33604 (813) 238-7621 ATC INC. d/b/I Atlantic Tobacco Co, 528 N,E. 791h Street Miami FL 36138 ADAMSON DISTRIBUTORS CO. 1447 Gary St. Lakeland FL AKIN OISTo OF FLORIDA, [NC. 350 Ellis Rd. Jasksooville FL 32203 ALLEN DISTRIBUTORS 7342 N.W. 8th St. Miami FL 33126 ASONS TOBACCO CO. d/b/i WilhReTob. Co. 2655 N.E. 169th St. P.O. Box 630666 M~mi FL 33163 {305) 931-1124 ATLA, NTIC TOBACCO CO. 5821 North Florida Ave. Tampa FL 33604 {813) 230-7921 ATLANTIC TOBACCO CO. INC. 2591 Stsrlmg EAGLE FAMILY DISC STORES INC. d/i)la D~de Whot~le Pr~Xcts B~ 151 Eagle pla~a-Aiq~ort Opa L~ ~ 3~ ~} ~I ~Y~S ~ ~TS; ~ ~e~ T~ 3~75 ~13) (813) 334~261 Branch off The BI ~ Comp~ S~ Rorld= John L Cook, ~r. Mgr. SA~S MANAGER: William Michasl ~x THE EU WI~ COMPANY Panama City B~nch FLORIDA CHOICE FOODS INC. 1413 N. St.. Rd. 7 Ho~od FL NAT FRIEDLAND ASSOC. 950~ N F._ F~ Aw. Miami Shore~ FL 33153 [305) 591-1118 FRYE WHOLESALE COMPANY, INO~ 1922 Evans Avenue Fort Myecs FL 33901 (613) 334-4176 G~RMAR HOLDING, INC. 3594 N W 55 Sveet Miartx FL 33142 {305} 635-2083 GARREN INTERNATIONAL 7700 NW. 74 Ave. Medley FL 33166 GULF COAST ENTERPRISE 114 SIo/~ne Drive Milto~ FL 32570 (004I 623-6740 HENRY LEE COMPANY 3301 ~ 125 St M~arm FL 33167 (305) 68~-5851 HI NFJGHBOR ENTERPRISES INC. d/b/a Nedghbor Wholesile Co. 3310 N. Mare St. G~unesvllle FL 32601 (904) 376-1605 HIGDON GROCERY COMPANY S. Moan St. P.O. Box 1021 DaDDy FL 32351 (904) 627-7188 {604) 875-2600 HIGHLANDS GROCERY CO. 31 N. 6th St. Ha~nes C=ty FL 33844 Glenn Hooker. Owner BUYER: Glenn Hooker SERVING.30*MIle Radius:. N. E. Polk County SALeSPeRSONS: 2 HOELSCHER DISTRIBUTORS CO. 1265 Kings Rd. Jaskson~lle FL 32204 (004| 356-7765 INDEPENDENT WHOLESALE INC. (TAMPA DIVISION) 4768 Dist~b~tio~ Drive Tampa FL 33605 (813) 248-6813 Gerald M. Lemus, Pres. James V. Farmer, Secy., Treas. John R, Watson, Ex. V.P. SALES MANAGER: Joh~ Watson BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: John Ouby; Candy, Tobacco J. Farmer; Paper, Fountain J. Watson: CiBars, Sundries SERVING: C~,tral Fla, 15 Counties SALESPERSONS: 10 JOAQUIN GENERAL DIST. 740711 N,W. 71h St. P.O. Box 440604 Miami FL 33144 (306) 261-0911 Jnequln Casajuana, Pros, Joaq~in Casajuana, Jr., V.P. Mrs. Cas~ju~a, Secy. SALES MANAGER: J. Casaju~a, Jn BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Mrs. Casajuna SERVING." Miami SALESPERSOHS: 12 ROUES JOHNSON P.O. Box 111 Deland FL 32720 (904) 734-3777 Hodywood FL 33020 (013) 374-2811 BANES CORPORATION 601 Cypress Avo. Vesico FL 33595 (813) 488-2672 William G. Banes, P(~:lpal BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: W. G, Banes SERVING:Ports Charlotte. Cords, North Port. Venice, Englewood, Osprey, Saresota, Brsvanton SALESPERSONS: 2 BEEBE BROS. INC. Beebe Bros, 217 E. Aztec Ave. P.O. Box 2040 Clowiston FL 33440 (813) 983-6840 (305) 996-3596 BRAN-PEL ClSTRIBUTORS 2172 N.W. 291h Avenue Miami FL 33142 BRANEX CORP 5449 N. 591h St. Tampa FL 33610 (813) 626-3648 F. Marquez, Mgr. BROWARU CNTY. CASH & CARRY 751 N,E. 441h CL TRE ELI WITT COMPANY We Palm Re=oh Branch 1711 Upland Rd. P.O. Box 1270 West Palm Beach 1402HardsonAve.P.O. Box2237PanamaCityFL JOYA INDUSTRIES INC. 32401 7825 N.W. 72nd Ave, Medley FL THE ELI WlTr COMPANY Penaaeol6 Branch 2001 W. Goverament St. P.O. Box 790 Pensacola FL 32502 (904) 432-2468 Bralleh oh The EH Wltt Company; See Rotld= G. W. Newh~m, Dr. Mgr. SALES MANAGER:James Grooms SALESPERSONS: 5 TRE ELI WITT COMPANY SL Peter=burg Branch 661-401h St.. South P.O. Box 10610 $1. Pelo rst~Jrg FL 33711 (816) 327-6711 Br=n¢;h off The Ell Wilt Company; See florida Nor~a~ C. Frndedck, 0r. MBr. SALES MANAGER:Roy McKne THE ELI WfTTCOMPANYTampa Branch Eunine & Jefferson Sis. P.O. Box 351 Tampa FL 33601 (81:3) 229-2701 Jorge Medina, Pres. Jaar R,ve~o, Treas, Lurraine Medina, Secy. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS." J. Rk'em; Misc. J, Medina; Food H. A~thertz; Tob~coo SERVING: Dnde & Export KApLAN CANDY CO. INC. 3019 N.W. 60(h St, Ft. Lauderdafe FL 33309 KASH N KARRY FRIENDLY SUPMKTS. FL Oiv. otLucky Stores Ine. 6422 Rarney Rd. P.O. Box 11675 Tampa FL 33610 KASS DISTRIBUTORS 2402 Market St. Jacksnnville FL 32206 KINSEY & SONS 131h Street Ce Funlak Springs FL 32433 FL Lauderdale FL 33021 BROWARD CORP. 2195 Northwest 53rd $1. Tamarac FL 33303 (305) 484-5600 Clam Boffiglied. V,P, SALES MANAGER: Bernie Gitpert BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Semis Gilbert; Cigars Alan Rosanstein; Fmp. C'tgs Clam Rot~gliad; All SALESPERSONS: 34 CANLLO ENTERPRISES 3350 S.W. 129 Ave. Miami FL 33175 CANTOR'S CANDY & TOBACCO COMPANY 2041 N.W. 121h Ave. BO~( 520673 B~¢ayne Annex Miami PL 33152 (3(}5) 324-4414 CITY PROVISIONERS, INC. P.O. Box 2246 Daytona Beech FL 32015 (904) 252-3661 H~'vey Frank, Pres. Kirby Jones CONTINENTAL CENTRAL FLORIDA 2100 Club F~, P,O. Bax D Sanfo,'d FL 32771 (~0~) 322-615t CONTINENTAL COFFEE CO. 15NE, 111hSL FL 33132 (30~) 35~3444 DAFF1N MERCANTILE COMPANY, IRP.,. Est~s St. & RR P.O. BOX 77P Ma#a~a FL 32446 48~40"26 DAmN MERCANTILE COmI,JU~Y. ~ 401 W. 785-~135 (904| 7~.,6131 DAYt JEI~R (~IOCE~r¢ OO~ INC. P= D. DRANE COIAPANY. INC. F]_ 33401 (30~) 683-9330 Branch oh The El4 W~tt Company; See Rorfda Donald A, Williams, Br, Mgr. Robert L Williams, OR. SALES MANAGER; Joe Wot~ BUYER: Doug Harlot THE ELI WITT COMPANY 500 S. FaL)lken'o~rg Rd. P.O. Box 1909 Tampa FL 33601 (813) 685-2311 Aiv'm Bernstein. Pres.. CEO Lawrence S. Tiemey, V.P., Sesy. Treas., CFO Pa, ul R. Welsh. Me~ch. D~r. Paul R. Welsh, D~'., Bale~ & Mdsng. BRANCHES:28; See Alabama. Flof~dao South CaroMs, Tennessee FNS SALES OF FLORIDA dlbla Freddy's 2450 N. Federal Hwy. pompano Beach FL 33064 (305) 943.3784 Dennis Sw~,rtz. Pres. FAJARDO CONDF. CING. 4201 E 10 In. ~ FL 33013 FERNANDEZ DISTRISUTING COMPANY. INC. ~20 Vtr~ia Street P,O, Bax 770 Key West FL 33040 33147 FLEMING FOODS 2~33 EMd Tam, pa Hv~. ~ 54~ We~ Lakal=~d FL FLEMING FOODS OF FLA. p.O, Bee Dr~v~" B-K L~kldand FL 336~ {1131 FLOPJOA COY. & TOB. CO~ INC~ Tw.~y W. BIl~d. Pros. ~7 TROY LAMB CANDY COMPANY Acufl Rd.. Lake W~des k~d~sVial Park P.O. Box 128 Lake Wales FL 33853 (813) 676-6004 THE LEWIS BEAR CO. INC. P.O. BOX 789 Walton FL 32548 (904} 243-3014 THE LEWIS EEAR CO. INC. P.O Box 941 Panama City FL 32401 (904) 785-4741 THE LEWIS BEAR COMPANY, INC. 4150 Wast- Blou~t St, P.O. Box 17209 Pansaoofa FL 32S9S {904) 438.9651 LIVENDCO, INC. 420 F- G~dsdan SI. Pensacola FL 32501 Dan Livingston, V,P. JOSEPH LORIA 3754 Card.el B{vd. Daytona Beach FL 32019 (904) 767-1495 MACKOUL DiST. INC. 3425 Main Street P.O. Box 3006 Jacksonville FL 32206 (904} 355-2721 MACKOUL DIST. OF R.A. 4612 B N. Lois Ave. Tampa FL 33614 MACKOUL DISTR. 1206 ~tlrii~g P O. Box 655 D~n~ FL 33004 (305) 522-4144 MALONE A HYDE, INC. P.O, Box 520427 M=~mi FL 38182 1305) 501-8970 Brw,,¢h e~: Makme & Hyde. Inc.; See TeNte~=ee Tam Milam. Day. Mgr. MARSHALL OI,S'T. CO. 647 S. Verer~ Ave~ Pa~'k FL MASl~ ME~ INC. A',~nee Lakele~l FL ~,0~I ~1S| ~-7~14 M~NOEZ EN)'~RPRI~E~, kNC. 4~11..4.~13 $.W. A~. P.O. Bex 557~17 ~ PL 3~t55 TI56324144
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WHO'S WHO IN TORACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION WW 7 FLORIDA ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE GEORGIA WW 7 Bruce Yoslun. Pros. Juio Astac;o. VP BUYERS AND FRODUC TS" BnJce YOSk,~; Sp~o;dty Foods. J. K. NICHO{,.AS & COMPANY 1075 N W. 2181 SYkeS Ml=rn( FL 33127 (305) 324-4434 JACK C. OGDEN DISTRtBUTOP~ 426 BnenaV~sta Bh, d. FL MyerJ FL 33905 (813) 694-2433 py~JMONARCH INC. P O Drawer T Jac~so~v;lle FL 32203 (904) 354-5523 PAN-AM TOBACCO CORP. d/b/a Pan Am Ve~ld-Tranics 605 W. 171h Street H~ale~h FL 33010 (305) 885.1571 Merto~ D. Slubi~'~s. Jeff IL S~t~;~so V.P. John O. Suarez, Contr. SALES MANAGER:Jeff K. Stub;ns BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: John Suarez; Candy. Snacks, C~garattas Jeff Stub~s; Vendees Mac.h., Computer Product John Csntauri; Maintenance Equ;p. PENSACOLA CANGY CO. 117 E. Blount St. Pensacola FL 32501 pILL~NS & SMITH COMPANY P. O. Box 10 Ocota FL 32670 (904) 732-5166 pWrMAN BROTHERS COMPANY 1616 N. Po;nset~a AvB. P.O. Box 8035 West Palm Bosch FL 33407 (309) 632-3822 RODES DISTRIBUTING CO. 1135 1/2 121h Ave S, St. PetePsbur9 FL 33705 SAV-FOOD DIST. INC. 2610-O Did Okeoohobe West Palm Beach FL 33409 SEMINOLE WHOLESALE DIST. INC. 1320 St~dmg Rd,. Su'[ta 8 Danb. FL 33004 R. SMITH CO., JACKSONVILLE P.O. Box 2646 Jacksonv~le FL 32203 (904) 353-9140 Roy L Sm{th, Pros. SMITH SPECIALTY COMPANY 2044 47~h St. P.O. Box 3768 Saranota FL 33580 (813) 355-2741 STORE DEVELOPMENT, INC. P.O, Box 22667 Tampa FL 33622 T. T. TODD COMPANY P.O. Box 2398 pensacola FL 32501 (904) 433.8311 " TWO BROTHERS TOBACCO, |NC. 5601 N.W. 6th St. P.O. Box 44007. Tami~mi Stafian Miami FL 33144 (305) 294,3362 VERO BEACH MUS. CO. 2545 131h Ave. Veto Beach FL 32960 WALOROFF DIST. CO. Chipola St. Ntha FL 32421 WEST BROTHERS INC. 1504 Claro Ave. West Palm Reach FL 33401 (305) 832-2406 GEORGIA A A FOOD SERVICES 1220 Vendmore Dr. Dalton GA 30720 (404) 259-9761 Trammell Scott, Pros= A C C DIS'rRIBUTORS 930 Lippitt Or. Albany GA 31705 ACC DISTRIBUTORS, INC. P.O. Box 3327 Albany GA 3170S (912) 462-9141 AVA SUPPLY INC. d/b/~,AutomaticVendots olAmet~ca 2175 Parklake Drive Atlanta GA 30045 D. J. Daws, Pres, SALES MANAGER: Dan Maddox BLIYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ryan Co~lins SERVING: Netienwids SALESPERSONS: 22 BRANCHES:5:SO0 Mass. New Jersey. Georgia, ADEL GROCERY CO., INC. 115 Maple St. Adsl GA 31620 (912) 696-3433 ' G. C, Newton, Jr,, V,P. G. C. Newton, V.P. R. G. McCr~'~ie, Secy. & Traas. BUYERS AND PRODUCT.. EIn;a Harris Q. C, Nawtan; Tobacco ALTERMAN FOODS, INC. 600 Sefig Dr.. S.W. Box 85 Atlanta GA 30302 (404) 758-6741 AMMONS GROC. CO. P.O. Box 2163 Augusta GA 30903 (404) 724-5515 Mason Clemanta, P~ss. AMMON5 GROCERY CO. INC. 610 Taylor Skeet Augusta GA 30901 (404) 724o5515 ARNALL GROCERY COMPANY 43 Perry St. Newnan GA 30263 (404) 253-4600 ATLANTA (ACME) BONDED WAREHOUSE 15oo Sou(Hind Cr. NW. Atta~ta GA 30325 (404) 855-6~46 Fred R. Koith° Jr., Pres. ATLANTA CIGAR COMPANY, INC. 361 Mem~¢i~ Dr,No S. E. Aeant= GA 30~12 (404) E. W. Ko¢(1~ Jr,. Pros. Jew= Chores. Secy,. TreaS. £~LLES MA/V~ GER: Pete Key~ros E. W. Keon¢ Jr.: Car~y ATLANTIC CANDY CO~ INC. SALE, Sc~RSO~." 3 BALL GROUND GROCERY COMPANY Depot SL P,O. Box 286 Bl~ll Ground GA 30107 (404I 735-2923 A Pa~J( Ingr~n. Pras. SALES MANAGER: A. Psul Ingr~'n BUYERS AND PRODUCTS,- BURGESS WHOLESALE (404) 479-1911 CARDEN BROS. WHOLESALE INC. 1142 A~ne SL P.O. Box 740 Gdffin GA 30223 I404) 227-9421 BUYERS & PRODUCTS: Charles Carden, Jr. SALESPERSONS: 7 CHEROKEE ROSE CANDY COMPANY 1304 Broad St. P,O. Box 983 Monroe GA 30(;55 (404) COASTAL CASH & CARRY INC. GA 31520 {912) 265-3462 C. D. Burgess, Jr, Pres, SALESPERSONS: 3 JAMES D. COFER, INC. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: John Bobo; Sund[[os, Health & Beauty A~ds CONNER DISTRIBUTING CO., INC. (404) 767-0753 T. B. Conner, Jr.. CONTINENTAL INSTITUTIONAL, INC, P.O. Box T. L. Stzong. Jr.. Br. Mgr. THE ELI WITT COMPANY Slvanneh B~nch 125 Fah~ S'= P O. Box 1664 S~,*ar~"a/1 G& 31402 (912} 233-3083 Branch of;. The tall Wltt Company; See F~odda Nalso~ T. Irvklg, Br. Mgr. SALES MANA GE~: Dave Com~g Suza~me Hunter SALESPERSONS: 8 ELI Wi'~" WHOLESALE CENTER Aflanls Branch 3232 Lakew¢:~x:l Ave P.O. Box 1940 Atlanta GA 30301 (404) 755-5794 FANNIN TOBACCO & CANDY COMPANY F- Main St. P,O. Box 518 Blue Ridgo GA 30513 (404) 632-2265 Will~'n T=pton, Ptincipsl Hugh Mcciereo Principal SALES MANAGER: WIIli~m B. Tiptan BUYER: Hugh C. Mcciura SERVING. 100 Mi(e Radius; F~.n~in, Whets. G~mar, UP, on & Polk TN SALESPERSONST2 CLIFFORD D. FITE COMPANY 908 West Ave. P.O. Box 616 Codartown GA 30125 (404} 746-5315 FLASH FOODS INC. Hwy. 32 W. Alma GA 31510 FLEMING FOODS 180 V'¢tery Or. P.O. Box 3740 Columbus GA 31903 (404) 323-2441 31995 Branch Of:. Reining Companies, Inc.; See Oklahoma Jim Rudd, Oiv. Pres. SALES MANAGER: At~orey I- Cochran. St. BUYER: L~rW Pools FLEMING WHOLESALE DO. 227 hvin St. Cornelia GA 30531 FOOD GIANT P.O. Box 105632 Atlanta GA 30348 (404) 691~060 John Johnson, Buyor BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Jchn Johnson FORDHAM CANDY CO. Rt 1 Toomsboto Rd. Dublin GA 31021 (912} 272-3784 J. M. Fordham, Owner FOX CANDY CO. iNC. 518 Old Edgefleld Rd. N, P,O. Box 987 Augusta GA 30903 (803) 279-2681 CLOVER WHOLESALE COMPANY 426 Cotton Avenue P.O. BOx 1347 Amedcus GA 31709 (912) 924-2974 GREENE GROCERY COMPANY 409 South Broad P.O, Box 65 Metier GA 30430 (912) 685-2428 GWlNNETT WHOLESALE COMPANY, INC. H;ghway 20 South 1215 Grs, yson Rd. Lawrencoville GA 30245 (404) 963.3352 H. T. WHOLESALE COMPANY MC Laughlin Stress Petham GA 31779 HALLE COMPANY Halle Tobscco C~mpany 711 E. edison Street P.O. Box 1826 Savannah GA 31402 (912) 234-2206 George M. Halls, Jr., Pres. David A. Will. Gen Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Gone Griffin BUYER: John H. Ratchet SALESPERSONS: 8 J. H. HARVEY COMPANY, INC. ¢/o TObl¢CO service InD. P. O. BoX 646 1114 East Madan Ave. Nashvillo GA 31639 (912) 686.5571 HEAD TOBACCO COMPANY 1250 Logan Circle N.W.P.O. Box 93662 Atlanta GA 30318 (404) 351-8627 John F. Head, Jr., Pres. Jack M, Head, V. P., Gem Mgr. Danny Rrannon, Asst, Gen. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Danny Brannon BUYERS AND PRODUCT,.~" Patty Caro~l; Candy, Drags, Paper goods, SnacP. foods Robert Wallace; Tobacco SERVING:80 mile Radius Metro Atlanta - 8 outs;de Salespersons IRA HIGCON GRGCERY COMPANY 341 3rd Ave. N. W. P O. Box 488 Cairo GA 31728 (912) 377-1272 JACK L HORBS CANDY CO. Nunez Rd. Swainshnro GA 30401 HOME FOLKS WHOLESALE CO. INC. COUCH DISTRIR. CO- Hwy 29 NO~I Hogans~Be GA 473 BIDed SL P.O- Box 2524 Augusta GA 30902 (404) 30230 DALTON CIGAR COMPANY 716 East Mords Street Dalton GA 30720 (404) 278-4501 ALFRED DORMAN COMPANY Nom'~ Avanue Orz~wer 298 Eastman GA 31023 (912) 374-3409 ALFRED DORMAN COMPANY 106 Pins SL P.O. BoX 527 Je~up GA 31545 {012) 427.2035 (912) 437-2036 H. G. COSTER CO.. INC. P.O. Box 286 Range GA 30161 DOUGLAS CANDY CO. R~.'oad SL P.O. Box 1203 722-5083 Jack O'Connell, Principal SALES MANAGER: Gary A. Mshnn BUYER: Jack O'C,o~g SERVING.. 15.Mde R~d~s: Augusta. R~ & Col~ C~ SAL~SONS: 2 H~ C~NDY ~PE~ALW 116 W~ S~eet P.O. B~ 471 B~e GA 31717 (912} 24~1~ Douglas GA 31533 (912] 384-2137 Thernanville GA 31792 (912) 226-2931 DONCAN WI.KX.ESALF.., INC. (Y,d M~II Rd. Catlera',.ilie JACKSON WHOLESALE CO. GA 30120 (404) 332-6840 100 3~d Ave. P O Box 149 M¢..RIe GA 31055 (912) EDENFIELD SALES CO. Hwy. ~9 Sou~ Dub~ GA 31021 THE EM wiTr COMPANY Affltene Br~nch Wl~tervilta R~ PO. Box lSS2 THE ELI ~ COMPANY ~t~ ~rat~h 1754 ,~t~,'e~ Rd. p.O. Sex ~ Au~us~ GA 3~e~3 (~4) "rt4E EI.I WII"I" CO4aPANY L~ G¢~e Br~mk ~-605Z SALES MANAGER: F. E. Jackso~ BUYET~ SB~He,/G.- S,~PI~ Radius: ~ JAY B~ ~1~~ JONES FOODS INC. 106 Cassidy Rd. P.O Box 1955 Thom~-~lle GA 317~2 (912) 2~6.5671 KIDD WHOLESALE COMPANY 830 West Charity1 Slreat P.O. Box 670 Magedgev~lk~ GA 31061 {912) 452-3520 J;d~es M. Kidd. PrinOp~l SALES MANAGER" J~n~s M. W~dd BUYER.. J~mes M. Ktdd SERWNG: 50-Ml~e RaDius: Mdle¢igevil}e. Sparta, Ealanton, Go.on. GeorBia SALESPERSONS: 3 W. C. KING COMPANY 2846 Church SL East POinl GA 30344 (404} 763-8O52 Mrs W. C. King. St.. Owner W. C. K~g, Jr., Manager BUYER.. W. C. K~g, JL SALESPERSONS: 2 L A G INC. d/b/a 31"13 Jay Be~ Co. 4591 W'xltsrs Chapol Rd. Dorav;]le GA 30340 (404) 449-5027 "Rlomas A. Garner, Pras. Millycent Gamor, Secy. BUYERS: Frank Crows Thomas A. Garner TERRITORY SERVED: 50 rn~e radius Atlanta SALESPERSONS: 6 L4,FAYEt'rE WHOLEBALE COMPANY 1008 CatiOns Rd, P.O. Box 130 Rossvil]e GA 30741 {404) 866-2411 LAUGHINGHOUSE WHOLESALE CO., INC. 1013 AlbanyAve. Wayuous GA 31501 (912) 263-2087 D. L. LaugMnghouse, Jr., Pres. Terry Laughinghouse. Secy. & Treas. Doenie L~ugh~ghouse. V.P. SALES MANAGER: Donnie Laughinghnuse BUYERS: Donn~e Laughlnghouse Terry LauBh~ghouco SERVING: 10D-Mile Rad{us: S.E. Georgia SALESPERSONS: 6 LAY-HALL GROCERY CO. 200 Piedmont St. P.O. Box 36 Calhoun GA 30701 (4041 623-2725 Henry G. Lay, Principal SALES MANAGER:Henry G. Lay BUYER: Henry G. Lay SERVING:30-Mile Radius: N.W. Georgia SALESPERSONS: 1 LEE BROTHERS Ethe~ St- Etherton GA 30635 (404) 283-2663 J. L LESTER & SON 326 S. Mart~e St. P.O. Box 549 Rockmort GA 30153 (404) 684-6524 Raymor¢l Laster, Pres. HAROLD LWrLE WHOLESALE Rte. 3 Hwy, 77 N. Elbarten GA 30635 SOL LOEB COMPANY 900 Frant Ave. P.O. Box 348 Columbus GA 31002 (404) 322-7376 DAVID LOWERY WHOLESALE 33 Brookwood Cartersville GA 30120 MABLETON WHOLESALE CO~ INC. 782 Bankhead H~Jhway Mableton GA 30059 (404) 941-3006 MACON CIGAR & TOBACCO COMPANY 575 Tweff~ Street P.O, Box 6177 Mscon GA 31208 (912) 743-2236 MARKET GROCERY COMPANY P.O. BOX 397 Forest Park GA 30050 (404) 361-7S80 J, Rsfph Cartar, V.P. MASSEY WHOLESALE COMPANY 709 N. Main Streel Da, wsan GA 31742 (912) 995-5865 Larry W. Massoy, Mng. Partner Thomas L. M~.ssey. Partner Ed'~J'd L. Mass,y. ~11, Partner SALES MANAGER: Larry W. Massey BUYERS: Larry W. Massey Yhnmae I- Masssy SERVING:25 count~en in southwest Georgia wlth~ a 60 mi radius of Dawson, MC CAMY-STONE-DEAKINS COMPANY H. J. Hackney CO. 224 N. GIanwood Ave. P.O. Box 1225 D~ltan GA 30720 (404) 278-6271 Leonard Rob~etta, Gan. Mgr. Carotyn Haynes, Mgr, BUYER: I. W. Edge MCCOLLUM SPECIALTY & SALES CO. Hwy. P.O. Box 433 Clar ksvills GA 3(}529 (404) 865-4277 MCDOWELL GROCERY COMPANY, INC. 313 West Jeffersor= St. P.O. Box 231 Madisan GA 30650 (404) 342-2111 MCLANE/SOUTHEAST I-~y 29 Nollh & Athana De. P.O. BOx 5~2 Athens GA 3090~ (404) 549.4520 MIDDLE GA FCOO DIS1". 4108 H=rtley Brigs. Rd. Maco~ GA MIDDLE GEO~RGM~, CIGARE'rTE & C~N DY CO. ~ St. Ma, oe~ GA 31201 (=.t 2} 7~16 MODERN GROCF_RY COMPANY :1193 Seventh M=¢~n GA 312~6 ~12} 74.5~3~1 MONROE WHOLESALERS, INC. ~ S¢ & I,El~se~ Ave. P.O. ~ See Me~o~ GA W.T. Wild~r. Pr~. TI56324145
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE ILLINOIS WW 8 GEORGIA MQORE D(STRI~UTIHG CO. 511 FLFL Ave. P O BOX 108 Ch=u~:=y GA 31011 (912) 8~5440 SAM M. MOORE d/hie Royal Cmvm Cote Co 545 W=d~ SL R~LSnd GA 31625 (E12} 857-3515 Sam M. Moore, T.J. MORRISCOMPANY U.S, H=gilway 30t,S. P.O Box 638 Statesboro GA 30455 (912) 681-4590 MOULTRIE GROCERY COMPANY 115 North Mare Street Mou~tne GA 31768 (912} 995-1760 W. D. Kennedy. Pres. J. B. Crosby, Secy.. Trees. C. C. Goings. V.P. BUYERS AND PRODEICTS: W. O. Kennedy;, GroseW (teens J. B. Crosby; Tobacco & Notions NASHVILLE GROCERY CO., INC. Industrial Park P.O. Box 727 NaShville GA 31639 (912) 6862017 HEW CIGAR & CANDY CO.. 1409 Melrose Ave. P.O ~ox 1000 Griffin GA 30224 (404) 227-9434 NEWTON TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. 700 Miami Circle, N,E. P.O. Box 105066 Atlanta GA 30348 (404) 233-9710 (404) 233-9675 C. L. Arnold. Pres. J, W Witherow, V.P. H. R. Arnold Ill, Secy.. Treas. SALES MANAGER: D, R. Harmon BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: C. I,_ Arnold; SERVING: Georgia SALESPERSONS: 16 PAY LESS CASH & CARRY P.O. Box 1103 Savannah GA 31402 PHENIX TOBACCO COMPANY 1923 111h Ave. P.O. Box 1562 Columbus GA 31904 {404) 322-1297 PIERCE WHOLESALE CO. Pierce Sales Company t021 Breed St. Galnssvilie GA 30501 H04) 534-4181 H. R. P~erce, Owner & Pres. Du~e Pierce, V.P. & Buyer PRIDGEN BROTHERS COMPANY, INC. P.O. Box 10 C~'dote GA 31015 (912) 273-2614 ISAAC RASHAN & SONS P.OtBox 162 Sas~nnah GA 31402 {912) 234-7273 RAMEEY CANDY COMPANY 107 Church St. P.O. Box 37 Swalnsbero GA 30401 (912) 237-7271 RAND¥S CANDY CO. COS Gel Boney(tie GA 30806 B. N. ROBINSON CANDY CO. 370 Chatlaheechee St. Cornstio GA 36531 (404) 779-4392 B, N. Robthsnn, Owner ROOP WHOLESALE COMPANY Cdyhall Ave. Dawdle, GA 30108 (404) 258-331t SIMS CANDY CO. P.O. Box 263 Cordelo GA 3f015 (912) 273-1478 William W. Sims, Jr., Owner JOHN C. SKELTON 1009 Lakoview Dr. North Galnasvilie GA 30501 SOUTHERN MERCHANDISE DISTRIBUTORS P.O. Box 638 Stetosboro GA 30458 (912) 764-E409 STEWART CANDY COMPANY 100 Knight Ave= Circle P.O. Box 1888 Waycroes GA 31501 (9 f 2) 283-1970 STEWART WHOLESALE COMPANY 333 Main St, P.O. Box 809 La Grange GA 30241 (404) 884-8651 Joh~ W. Stewart Jr., Pros. Clara H. Stewart, V.P. SALES MANAGER: John Stewart BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: John Stewed;, Tdo~.cco, Candy SERVING:50 miles of LaGrongo, SALESPERSONS: 5 STROUD WHOLESALE 301 S. Male P.O. Box 104 Swalnoboro GA 30401 (912) 237-5015 Retph Stroob, Pros, Dalmer SVo~do V.P. Charles Streed, Treas. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ralph Suoud; Candy, Drugs, Notiees Delmer Strand; TOb., Paper Goods Charles Stroll; Tob., P&per Goods SERVING:60 mile radkn of S. B~ough SALESPERSONS: 4 C. M. TANNER GROCERY CO. 421 Maple SL Cormlftnn GA 30117 (404) 532.E381 L W. TAYLOR Hwy. 49 N. RIo. 6 Macon GA 31206 THOMAS WHOLESALE CO., ASent= HW. Winder GA 3~80 (404) 827.2633 O. G. 11~0m~;, Pre~. TIMBERLAKE GROCERY CO. 7595 Indostdal Hw?. P.O. Box 6178 Ma~o~ GA 3120~ (812) 788-7741 TIMBERL~KE GROCERY CO. 1030 Campbell St. P.O, Box 88 Thomasville GA 31799 (912) 226-3616 Bnmch oE'tlmbedcke Grocery Co.; See Retort H. Guy. Pr~, M~'. TO--N-LYNN COMPANY 1~'~ Crosby St. P.O, BoX 65 BaxlW GA $1513 (91~ ~67-~37 UNADILLA WHOLESALE COMPANY P.O. ~x 16R I~k1~lEa GA 310~1 (612) 627-3542 SAL.E$ MANA G~':~: J= D. SE~t'RNG: ~ Radus: GEORGE D. WHITE Bu/ord GA 305~8 WILUAMS BRO,S. CO, Tagapeesa GA 3~176 WILLIAMS SALES SERVC. HIBIA D~v. East T~rd T~o~ GA 31794 WILSON WHOLESALE, INC. Jar~s A. Wdght HAWAII BIG ISLAND TOBACCO CORP. 50 Pohaku St, P.O. R0x 1042 H~lo HI 96720 (808) ISLAND TOBACCO COMPANY, LTD. Branch ok I~uel Tobecco, HI 06732 (B09) 877-5055 IDAHO RATES SALES CO. 413 S. 8th St. Boise ID 83706 (208) 343.7621 367 Blac~foot tO 83221 D & A WHOLESALE CO. LIONS CANDY CO. 345 s. 2~d Ave. P O. Box 2730 Pocatet~o (208) 233-7421 Rulee G Peck. Pros, SALES MANAGER: Ead Hoffman M~bel Tberupson; Tobacco Rc~ald Knsp~. Ca~ly Ruio~ Peck, Ge~ecal SERVING: }daho. Wyom~g SA.U~SPERSONS: 5 MARTIN WHOLESALE, INC. 613o15 Main Street P.O. Box 969 Caldwe~ ID 83605 (208) 459-2812 Loris H. Naves, Pros. Neva B Naws, V.P. Richard Rose,berry, Sosy. SALES MANAGER: Lo~s H. Navis BUYERS AND PRODUCTS. Lods H. Navis; Any Cbedes M. Gissen; Any SERVING" Southwestern ID. Eastern OR SALESPERSONS: 6 - MORGAN BROTHERS COMPANY, INC. 1305 Main Streot Lew~stnn ID 83501 (208) 743.8593 Richard L. Morgan, Pres. Russell L. Morgan, Exec. V.P. SALES MANAGER: Richard L Morgan BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Russell L. Morg~J~ SERVING: 75 Mile Radius: Lemhi SALEBPERSONS" 8 NORTH IDAHO DISTo INC. DIBIA Doylos Wholesale 65t W. Pleas~lAve t09 SpruceAva. COour D'AIene ID 83814 (208) 664-4260 W. F- PINCH WHOLESALE 210 Main Slreet tewietor~ IO 53501 (2081 743-3891 W. E. P~nnh Jr., Pr~ndpal Jack R. Pinch, Pres. SANDPOINT WHOLESALE GROC. 216 Church Sandpo;nt ID 83864 (20E) 265-4241 Ralph W. Biocm, Mgr. TEl'ON EXPEDITIONS~ |NC. 427 E. 131h St. P.O. BOX IL.LINOIS W1LUAM F. BROCKMAN COMPANY INC. 1105 Sou~StsteP O Bee30~ Jersey,,~e IL 620~. (816| 49~3815 J. J. BRODSKY & SONS. INC. 7300 S. K~mba~'k Ava~ua P,O. BOx 19700 Chicago IL 60619 (312) 667-3322 'v~ctor Brodsky. Pree. Robt Bn:~=W, Seoy~ Tros.s. SALES MANAGER" VP.~¢x Brodaky BUYERS AND PRODUCT~" Victor Btodaky; Candy, HABA LefT.no Pek~nk;, Toy~. Hobbies Robt BrOdSky;, Cigarettes SERVING; Chicago & Sobufos SALESPERSONS: 6 THE BROWN SPECIALTY COMPANY 120o Monmout~ Boulevard P.O. Box 1228 Galasburg IL 61402 (309) 342-6131 M~icho~l Rudman, Pres. Mitohell Rudman, Secy. E Tress, BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: John Gdiofsky; Cig~s Mitchell Rudm~n: Paper & Fountain Supplies Robed Cox;. Cigarettes & Tobacco AI Urena; C~J~dy SERVING:75 Mils Rod=us BERNARD B. BRUMMER COMPANY 201 N. Van Burnn SL Newtnn IL 62448 (618) 783-2913 C-S DISTR[DUTORS, INC. 524W. Madison SIreet Ottawa IL 61350 {815) 434-0554 CFS CONTINENTAL, INC. 100 S. Wacky" Dr. Chieego IL 60606 (312) 368.7521 Robert H. Cohn. Chrmn. of Bd, Sta.nley W, Nochow=tz, V.P. MgL ScUInfo Eve. BRANCNES:24 See Ga Ill Minn Wash, Cat(f. N Oak, Re, thd, Iowa, Meal, Mich, Ariz, NJ, Penn, Ohio CFS CONTINENTAL, INC. 2550 Clybuurn Ave. C~icago IL 60614 {312) 477.7600 C & G SALES 1700 N. 161h Quincy IL 62301 {217) 222.5931 CALDWELL DIET. SERVICES 4930 Gio~daio Dr. Gum=o IL 60031 (312) 662-7478 218 Rigby ID 83442 (208) 745-6476 Will~m W. Caldwlll, Owner J. WElL FOODSERVICE CO. 5907 Clinton St. Soice CALUMETCANDYCO. 330W. Talt Dr. South Holloa8 ID 83704 (208} 377-0590 IL 60472 CAPITOL CIGAR STORES CO. 4424 N. Sreedway Ch(eego IL 60640 (312) 275-3444 FANNING WHOLESALE, INC. ALTIER CANDY 6010 W. 261h St. Cicero IL 60650 3600 Bombardier Avenue P.O. BOX 1815 Idaho Falls ID ANDERSON DIST. CO. 100 Silver Sveet Gaiesburg IL 61401 (309) 343-3836 ASSOCIATED FOODS 1052 W. Fulton Ave. Chicago IL (312) 666.7675 AURORA EBY-BROWN COMPANY 1001 Sullivan Road P.O. Box 111 Aurora IL 60507 (312} 897-8674 Wifliam S. Woke, Pros. Richard W. Wake, V.P, Thomas G. Wake, Treas. Barbara G. Wake, Secy. AI Patina, Sales Mgr. Bob Haiduck, Sales Mgr. Amie Danksavage, Sales Mgr. Rak Weiss, Solos Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Lee Ores BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Don Do,'waldt; Sundry & Grocery Michael Franktin; Candy & Tobacco SERVING: N. Ill; S. Wise.; E. Iowa; N.W, ind. SALESPERSONS: 90 BRANCHES: 4 B AND I SALES 2012 S, Bougios Springfield IL 62704 B & S SALES~ INC, 9735 S.W. Hwy. Oak L~wa IL 60435 O. H. BAMBAS TOBACCO CO. INC. 1577 Ellinwecd St. P.O. Box 253 Des Plaices IL 60016 (312) 824-0126 V~rginla B, TomaSck, Pres. SALES MANAGER: George B. Pred~ BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Virginia F. Tomasek Rioherd Mulcahy SERVING: CNc~go suburbs SALESPERSONS: 3 BANNER WHOLESALE GROCERS, INC. 115 S. Water Market Chicago IL 60~o8 (312) 421-2650 WlLLM, M A. BAUDIN 280 Wostgate #118 Mount Prospect tL 60056 BELVIOERE CANDY COMPANY, INC. 700 W, LecL~t Street BOlvidere IL 61008 (815) 544-2726 Jack E Funderburg. Pros. SALES MANAGER: Jack E. Feeded~vg BUYER" Jack E. Funbed:~xg SERVING: SOS~O W~nobeago. DeKa~ & S. BLOOM, INC. ~ (36~ 412-7575 83401 (208) 522-8401 Gary L, Robeds, Secy. & Treas. BUYER AND PRODUCTS: Terry Roberts; Candy, Tobacco SERVING: S~thoastern Idaho FABR CANDY CO. Idaho Falls tD 93401 (208) 522-8215 GEM STATE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 350 Industrial Lane P.O. Box 2499 PonsteHo ID 83205 {208) 237-5151 Don E. Noorda, Pros. Peter Noorda, Treas. SALES MANAGER: Paul N0orda BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Brian Underwood; All Paul Ncerda; All SERVING: S.E. Idaho SALESPERSONS: 6 GENERAL FOODSERVICE SUPPLY 5710 Pea Am Ave. P,O. Box 5508 Boise ID 89705 (208) 345.9500 Tom Morgan, Pros. GREG & LEE'S BENE'WAH CANDY P.O. BOx 588 St. Marios ID 83861 (209) 245-2061 RANSEN WHOLESALE Pa~s ID 83261 WALTER HARRIS WHOLESALE 100 Cou~lheeco Dr, Salmee ID 83467 (208) 756-2211 Walter A. Harlis. Mgr SALES MANAGER: Ray V. Horns BUYER," SERVING:40-Mde Ra.d~ns. Lomb= SALESPERSONS: 1 HEMENWAY & MOSER CO. 167 Eas~and D~. Box 314 Twin Fails ID 83301 (208) 733-1145 (801) 972-1877 John A. Van de Kemp, Pros. SATES MANAGER: Ed Prater BUYERS AND PRODUCTS. Ed Prater SERVING: Sou~om k~ho SALESPERSONS: 7 BRANCHES.-2; See UT. ID HEMENWAY & MOSER COMPANY 167 Eosttand Ddva P.O. BOx 314 Tv~n FalLs IO 83301 (208) 733.1145 Edwin P~tet, G~. Mgr. SALES MANAGER" M~e W~o~x BUYEFk S;~RVIA~: Ail S~ahem k:la~t & Nodhern Nevada ~ALESP~5~ 2t flEMENWAY & MO~R COMpAnY OF BOL~ 1627 MaP,'in Ga~ek, P~os. SALES MANAGER: Bob Rowiey BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Marvin G~n0k; C~gars, Candy, Tobacco. MIsc. SERVING: Chcago la~ld SALESPERSONS: 3 CASSIDAY COSGROVE WHOLESALE, INC. 127-129 E. St Paul St. Spdng Valley IL 61362 (815) 663-2251 Jack L. Cassiday. pros., Gen. Mgt. SALES MANAGER:Jack Cosgrove BUYER: Jack Cosgrove Jack Cassiday SERVING: 50-Mild Ra~us: Sureau, LaSalle, LaD & Puthsrn Counties SALESPERSONS: 4 CENTRALIA CANDY CO. 710 62801 CERTIRED GROCERS OF ILLINOIS, INC. 4800 s, Central Ave. Chlc~go ~L 60638 (312) 585-7000 Wendell E. Smith, CEO & Pros, Robed Kodnk. Pnnopal CHAMBERS & OWEN ROCKFORD 7051 West State Street Rockford It. 611~2 (815) 962-5031 DMnch of:. Owen Management See WllcOnlln James Smith, Br. Mgr. SALES MANAGER." Bill Summers SERVING: Rockford and Surrounding Area SALESPERSONS'6 CHICAGO GROCER¥ DIVISION 11725 Volbrecht Rd, L~ns~g IL 60438 (312) 895-2300 GUY CHICON & COMPANY 805 N, McLaren St. P.O. Sox 326 Marion IL 62959 (618) 993.5153 CLANIN BROTHERS CO. 1 t 8 E. Santa Fa Ave. P.O, Box J Toluca IL 61369 (815) 452-2331 Richard W. Cla, mn. Pies, Jeff Clash. Secy. SALES MANAGER" Richard W. Clanln BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Rioha.rd W. Cl~nin; Candy. Paper, MisceSaneous JaB Cilia; T~anco, Cigarettes a~d C~"~dy SERVING. 70 mile SALESFERSONS: 5 COLUMSIA TOBACCO 4833 W Arn~t~ge Chicago IL 60639 COOK COUNTY TObACcO CO. Div. of Cook Cocmty Rev~'lge inc. 6420 Ready Dd~e Chicago R~ R. 604t5 (312) 635-2222 COOK COUNTY TOBACCO CO. D~. of Cook Can~ BOvar~e inn. 9930 Southwest Hwy. Cak t.a.w~ L 6~153 (3~2) 636-2222 BUYER" S~q~WG: Ct',ee~o a~l ,~,ta,.xban Cook C B.mey TI56324146
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ~ 9 ILUNOIS /d~'DRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE ILLINOIS WW 9 Ct'~de= B, CuHlr~ Pres., Owner Jon B. Culk~, V.P., G~ M~. B~ AND SA~P~O~" 6 DAMOREWHO~GR~ERY 941 W. R~lph SL C~ • 6~7 D~RBQRN WHOL~A~ 4~O W~ 40~ SL C~ IL ~2 (312) N7-3300 (312) 254-2233 D~RBORN ~OLESALE GROC. 280t S. Western Ave. C~go }L 6~0B {312} ~3~ D~RBORN WH~SALE GR~. 3939 W. 43rd C~g~ IL DiCK S~MAN & SON 2~0 W. tOlst St. Evergree~ DI~ ~ODS, INC. 16~ 6 ~od Rd. Ro~o~ 51103 (615} 8~-7031 ~ERR BROTHERS 202~ N. ~d~m Chi~ IL DRY ~ORAGE CORP. 18~ S. Wolf Rd. Des Plaices tL 60018 ~ST SIDE WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS~ INC. 1516 H~ted Street Chi~ ~gh~ {L 6~11 (312) 754-34~ ~Btll~ Vendlng~ 1529 HMsted S~ (312) Steve J~z~ak, Ed J~z~, BALES MANAGER: Ed J~k BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ed J~z~k SERVING: Sub~s & C~ago - 50 m~le r~d~s SALESPERSONS: 10 ~STSIDE WHOLESALE DIST. INC. 1516 H~st~ SL C~ H~gh~ IL 60411 (312) Ed J~zczak, V.P. MaW J~z~k, S~y. & Tre~ SA~S MANAGe: Ed Ja~k BUYS: Ed J~z~ak We~em Su~s SALESPERSONS; 4 EBY-BROWN COMPANY OF JOLIET 118 W. V~ B~ren Street P.O. Be x 928 Jol~t tL 60434 (815) 727-4671 Ri~ard W. Riley SALES MANAGER: R~ard W. Riley ~rd W. R~ey SER~NG:2~Mile Radius; ~11 CO~, PaR of Cook SA~SPERSONS: 7 EGY~AN WHOLESALE 312 W. bly St. Harrisburg IL 62946 (618) ~7452 EISNER F~D STORES 301 ~i~r Hm. Rd. Chsmp~ IL 61820 (217) 351-3386 ELGIN EBY- BROWN COMPANY 177 Douglas Ave. P,O. Box 549 EIg~ IL 60120 (312) 741-2547 ELGIN EBY-BROWN COMPANY 177 ~uglas Ave. Elgi~ IL 60120 R~d W, W~e, V,P. ~ G. Wake, Sew. Arnold D~u~v~ge, Sal~ Mgr. R~eR H~k, SaFes Mgr. ~ Palm~, Sa~es Ri~ Weiss, ~s Mgr. LarDy Lo~, S~es Mgr. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: O~fd ~t; Pa~r, Sundnes. Groc., HABA & Mis~ Ca~. ~mp & S~ S~plies SERV/NG:N. III; E, Iowa; S. ~; N,W. SALESPERS~S: 95 B~CHES: 4 ~S SALES 5~ ~y ~k~r IL 62819 ~ER~ESH CO. ~ N. Clark C~cago IL ~626 (312) 338-21~ FABE~ ~E & GREG~ I~ ~RN DIVISION 449 E. g~ St. ~ L ~11 (312) 67~85 ~kee, ~e FAIRR~ CANOY ~MP~Y 107 ~ ~VE STAR C~OY ~. ~ W. ~ ~SBU~ BY - B~WN ~P~Y T~ CHRIS HOERR & SON COMPANY 600 W~st Street East Peoria L 61611 (~) 69~211 IL ~I~ (312) 59~12~ THE HUB TOBACCO COMPANY, iNC. I~5 ~st~ ~ P.O. ~ ~2 AIt~ ¢ 62~ (61B) tGA INC. ~ E R~er Rd ~o IL ~I (312} ILLINOIS FRUIT & PRODUGE CORP. ~ ~i~ ~. Strea~ IL 61364 (815) 673-~11 Antony C. Ma~o. Ch~. CEO ILLINOIS WHOLESALE, INC. 47~ Indust~l Or. P.O. ~ 4266 Spt~gfield IL 62703 (217) 523-4596 {217) 529-1685 L~n J. Meyer, Pres. Jon R~nd, V.P, & Ge~ Mgr. 9UYER: Jon R~nd ~]liam ~¢hele Ms¢~, Mountie. ~1~, Shelby. Log~ & San~on SALES~RSONS: 8 J C TOBACCO 1935 w~t 51st SL C~go IL 60609 (312} 925-7572 Chds~ J. C~r. V.P. J & J VENIRES INC. 306 S. ~llow E~ngham JENKINSON GROCERY CO. 200.208 E. ~las P.O. ~x 57 Ja~s~lle IL 626~ (217} 24~2191 ~e M~anlel, Pres. Howard E. McOa~el BUYER: Br=nch o~ M. J. Kelln~ Compeny; S~ KOCH CANDY COMPANY SALESPERSONS: 4 KOMON TOBACCO CO. (312) 99~1100 1870 EI~e Ave. Glen~ew iL 6~25 (312) ~7-7200 ~WRENC~ILLE CENTRAL CIGAR & CANDY CO. INC. {61~) 943.3813 (618) 943.4722 LEt G~ BROKERS WHOLESALE MA~D CANDY CO. ~2 N. 5~ SL M=~ MCHENRY EBY - BROWN COMPANY MERCHANTS WHOLESALE, INC. SALESPERSONS:6 METRO C & C ILLINOIS INC. 250 N. Ma~em Rd. Hillside IL 60162 {312) 547-7900 David S. Walter, Pres. METRO CASH & CARRY METRO CASH & CARRY 577-2727 MIERS CANDY CO. W. F. MONROE CIGAR CO. SERVING: 2S-Mile Radius MULVEY CANDY CO, 1264 W. 741h St. Chcca9o IL Streel Peoria IL 61655 {309) 676-0538 OH BOY CASH & CARRY Robert M Hummell. Mgr. OH-BOY GROCERS DIV, HOLLEB Tony Mazzocchl, Gen. Mgr. IL 60632 (312) 847-8771 (309) 764-B550 J. F. REILLY & SON 9910 S. Kedzie Evergreen Park IL 60642 (312) ROCK ISLAND TOBACCO & SPECIALTY CO. p~ip Napsky. Pros. SALES MANAGER M~e DeVc/a Ph~ip Na4~k~; Cigarettes. Cigars, Tobacco. C~ IL 60174 {312~ 5~4-4677 SCOT ~ FOODS. INC. Reb~et T= Clee=. CE-O. P~¢ SEYBOLD CANDY COMPANY 30~ Mason P~ttsCmld IL ~ (217) 2~ SHERMAN-BURKLUND CO. 24~ No~ ~m ~. PO ~x ~7 ~a IL 61801 (21~ 32~ ~ MCk~ Tob., Can~. Cigar, Cig. SA~SPERSONS: 9 MEY~ SILVERSTEIN 981~12 No~ C~oro Ave Chi~go IL 6~09 (312) 545-~ THOMAS S~DER CO. 5034 S. ~h]~d Ave. C~go 1L SOUTHERN ILMNOIS CIGAR COMPANY 62801 (618) ~2~521 J~es L ~er. V.P., S~. SALES MANAGER: J~os L BUY~S ~D PRO~CT~" S~HNG:16 ~unbes ~ S. 115no~ SO~OWN W. S. GR~, 929 E, 103rd St. Chi~go IL ~628 SPIRES WHO~SA~ 113 S Was~on SL SPRINGER-BURKLUND COMPANY 6533 N. Galena Rd. P~ria IL 61614 (309) 691~I Leo F. Jordan, V,P., SALES MANAGER: A~an G. Tucker BUYERS AND PRODUCT~- Lee E, Jord~ Cigare~ee, To~c~. C~rs. Paper. ScUD Supp es. ~mex & S~kers W. D. U~tenbetge~ Cn~, Ntns. Gtov~, To~, Groc., Fo~t Sy~ Margaret W~be~eyer; H/B/A & Nobens. H~r Paul R, Keys; Founta~ Syrup a~ Eq~ent SERVING'COn~I Illi~is SAL~PERSONS: 15 BRANCHES: 1; Sse IHIno~ SW~RINGEN~URK~ND CO, ~v. of Spdng~-Bu~llnd ~, 1~7 ~ Bm St. P.O. Box 428 Cant~ IL 61520 (3~) 647.~45 SYCAMORE WHOLESALE CO. 347 N. L~ust Sycamore IL 60178 TENNEY SALES, INC. P.O. Box 747 K~k~ee ~ 60901 (815) 937~460 Ro~ G. B~r~ds, Pres. 3~ CANDY & TOBACCO 333 N. Mi~igan Ave. TRACY WHOLESALE FOOD CO. 14303 H~lsted Riverdate IL ~627 (312) 849~753 ~lli~ Vanberg. Proprietor TRI C~ VENDING CO. 912 Pee~a SL Pe~ IL 61 VSA OF ILUNOIS 4211 Madison St. Hills~e IL 60162 C. J. VITNER & CO, 4202 W. 45~ st, Chl~go ~L 60632 (312) 523-79~ WA~ER WHO~LE COMPANY 602 So~ M~way SV~t Mad~ IL 62959 (618) 99~5885 C~. WALSTON TOBACCO CO, 614 WARNER CANDY ~ ~wmn~ Ave. Chi~ IL (312) 539-~00 WAYCO ~DS CORPORA~ON ~b of Ro~dy's In~ Mi~. 1925 B~s Rd. Elk Grove Village IL ~7 (312) 437-6070 Gen= H~mq~st, V.P. Fin, Edward Ham~e~g. Whse., Tra~. Mgr. G~ther Koemer. D.P. ~r. Geoffrey Ru~, D~ Twite. V.P. & Sales Mgr. SALES MANAGER" ~ld Twite BUYERS AND ~O~GTS: E~ard H~hf~c H~d ~yor Bet~rd H=ley: Varl~s Jo~ Yat~; Meat Pr~ Ray Rimkus: New ~e~t Mgr, ~n~ M~, Pdvate L~ WEB~ER V~NG COMPANY~ INC. 107 R~ro~ S~ P.O. ~x 117 B~I~ IL ~812 (618) ~ IL ~ (312) 787-8~2 WEEKE WHOLESALE COMPANY T156324147
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION WW 10 ILLINOIS ADORESS/TELEPHONFJPRORLE INDIAN~ WW 10 .~ H. WILDE W'HOLE~ALE COMPANY 223 WI~IAMSON SAL~ ~RS ~ ~" O. ~i~ V~g. ~ C~. S~WNG: So~m SALES~S~S: 6 ~NZEY WHO~SALE TOBACCO 5616 W. l~g Pk. Rd. Ch~ IL 60634 ~-6-3318 A~r Moeller. W~DHAVEN ~ODS R~e 5 Jo~el tL ~35 (815) 74~172 YO He F~DS, INC. 4716 A~il~ge Ave. Chi~ IL YOUNK~ SALES CO. RR 4 H~. 161 W. Central~a ~ 62801 ZENITH TOBACCO CORP, 3516 N. Knox Ave. C~go IL 6~1 (312) ~7~6 James Cones, ~r. of O~ns. BUYER: S~WNG:75~iIe R~us: Lake & Dup~ C~nties. Metropotit~ CN~go, Cook, Will INDIANA ANDERSON SUPPLY 903 E 23rd St. Ande~on IN 4~14 (317) 642-5191 Harw L. Hiedson, BARBER GR~ERY CO., INC. 407 E. Main SL Ma~son IN 47250 (812) 265-2020 B~RD DIS% 5031 McCray St. S~wBy IN 46224 BELL WHOLESALE 2901 Grand Ave. P.O. BOx 471 New C~e IN 47362 ~ BIERHAUS & SONS, INC. 302 R~ey Rd. P.O. Box ~8 ~ncen~s IN 47591 (812) 882-0990 SALES MANA G~: J~n Hoper BUY~S ~D PRODUOTS: Win, N~oIs~: C~are~es, Ctgam. Tobacco Ray ~ue; C~dy & Gum J~es Moore; G~des, Paper GO~ S~WNG: (80-Mile Radius): Southern Ind. S. E. II1., West~ Kent~ky BRANCHES: 2 ~c~rg IN 47025 BONNIE BAKING DIv~fon ~ot ~d P.O. BOx 426 PoRe tN 46350 (209) 362-4561 E. W. BROCKMAN COMPANY, INC. 901-915 W. 18~ Street ~nne~lle IN 47331 (317) 825-2146 M. L Bro~man, Pros. M~al E. Br~kman. V.P.. Treas. Mark Wal~ers. Secy. SA~S MANAGe: Michael Brock~n BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Mark W~thers; C~rles H~s~; Tobit, Paper Pr~uc~ S~VING: Soul.tern Ind~na SALESPERSONS: 5 ~ BROMM CO. 820 ~v~on St. Ev~sv~ge IN 47701 BUYERS PAPER (8~ SL BOX 1641 tndi~pol~ tN 462~ (317) 633-2591 C T C, INC. 1005-15 W. Chl~ East Chi~go IN 46312 CALUM~ TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. d/b/a CTC Inc. 1 ~-15 West Chi~go Ave. P.O. BOx 22~6 ~t Chi~go IN 4~12 (219) 99~1858 (312) Howard Resnick, Pr~. Shirley Res~ak, V.PJTreas, SA~S MANAGER: Howacd Resn~k B~ERS AND PRODUCTS: Hewed Ros~: Sund~, T~ac~. Candy, G~ SERHNG: Lake, Po~er. Valpo ~, InSet; & SA~SPERSONS: 4 CARVIN WH~ES~E CO. 2121 C~s~ut C~b~ IN 47201 CHRIS~ANSEN COMPANY, INC. ~ W. H=~ Skeet M~ C~ IN 463~ (219) 874~7 S~ES MANAGe: D~e Svet~ BU~S AND ~OD~: ~ Sve~ SA~SONS: 7 C~ SA~S ~MPANY ~~~Y F. Richard Glm/S~an~g C~UMBIA DI~ C~ IN 4~4 (31~ 271-1715 COLUMBIA WHOLESALE CANDY 2~ ~fa~e R~ ]~ IN 46~2 (312) ~= Wanoff, Prss. COLUMBIA WHO~SA~ COMPANY ~f=yn~e Rd ~na~ IN 46222 (31~ ~3-3639 C~UMBUS WHOL~ALE GR~Y ~MP~Y S. 31 & D~n Road P O. ~x 703 Columbus IN 47201 (812) 372-4417 CONTINUAL IN~ANAPOMS P O. Box 248 ~is IN 462~ (317} 291-2020 CR~S~ CO. IN~ P. O. Box 4188 Station A Eye.lie IN 4~11 (812) 423-1101 CROMER BROTHERS 1314 N. MI~ Box 326 Po~l~ iN 47371 (219) 72~445 CUBBERL~'S IN~ P.O. ~x 3114 Marion IN 46952 (317} 674-7727 47441 (812) ~7~326 DILGARD FOODS COMPANY 830 Hayd~ SL F~ Way~ IN 46803 (219) 4~-7~1 Howsrd J. CouP, Pr~. & CEO ELKHART WHOLESALE COMPANY, INC. 515 East SL P.O. ~x 1328 Elkha~ ~N 46515 (219) C. EdwaN ~]l, Rick L Di[or~zo, Sow. S~ES ~AG~: R~k L. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: C. E. BOll; To~., ~nf., S~es Rick Dilorenzo: Ca~ogue SERHNG: Northern IN, Lower SA~PERSONS: 7 E~CO SALES 101 on 46 E. Su~n IN 47~1 EVANSVILLE CANDY MANUFACTURING CO. 700 ~ Virgini~ SL EV~Ue IN 47711 (812) 424-498 Le~ We~r, Pres. BUYER AND PRODUC~: Leon Weber; C~y & T~acco SERVIN~ ~u~m InCa & Western Ken~ky SALESPERSONS: 3 ~ANSVILLE F~O DI~RtB~TORS, INC. 4501 Peters Rd, Evansville IN 47711 (812) 423-8034 THE FARIS CO. 1604 ~itgore Ave. M~e IN 47304 M. B, FERGUS~ P.O. Box 41 Ha~d IN 47617 FISCHER CANDY CO., INC. 2130 Bergdolt Road Eye.rills IN 47711 (812) Robe~ N. Rscher, Pres, Rends8 R, Rs~s¢. V,P, Edna C. Refer. S~.. Treas. SALES MANAGER: ~omas BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: R~s~ N. Rs~eq R~all R. Refer; Vending T~omas E. Refer; All SERVING: 30 Mile Redes Evansv;llo FISHERS BROADWAY CANDY GROCERS SUPPLY CO. I0~5 W. ~ P O BOX 1546 Indies IN 4~ (317) ~LL-RODECAP COMPANY, 8~ N. 9~ S~e~ P.O. Box 3~ N~t~le W 4~ ~1~ ~3-~ GW ~ Mo~ Pr~ G~e ~ Ha~ CEO D~s ~, T~ SA~S M~G~" Geor~ ~ Hat BUY~R~. G~r~ ~ Ha8 GW ~ ~rgan HAMILTON, ~RRIS & COMPANY 1415 H Street PO. Box ~7 B~fo~ IN 47421 (31~ ~5-7315 HAMILTON, ~RRIS & COMPANY 920 S. Maff Ro~ Columbus IN 47201 (812) 379-9537 B~nch oh Hamilton, Ha~ls & ~mplny Ken Mit~ell, Mgr. HAMILTON, HARRIS & COMPANY 384 Sou~ S~alo Ave.P.O. ~x 1126 I~dianap~s IN 46206 (317) ME5-7315 D~e Kaler. Bd. Chin. & Pres. Bill Kaler, V.P. SA~S MANAGe: B~]I Kaler BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Dale Bill ~]er SERVING: Most of ;n~a~, Western Ohio. E~tem Itl[no~ SAL~RSONS: 33 BRANCHES: 6; S~ Ind~ane HAMILTON, HARRIS & COMPANY 315 ~ Buckeye SUest Kok~o IN 46901 (317) 457-6681 HAMILTON, HARRIS & COMPANY 308 NO~ 9th SUeet Terre H~ute tN 47807 (317) 232-5004 HUFF & LONG INC. 939 W.3rd St. Rushville IN 46173 M~ M. HUGHES 606 Drove SL Ren~el~er IN 47978 HULMAN & CO. s~ W~h Ave. P.O. Box 150 Te~e Haute (N 47801 (B12) 232-9~6 Joseph R. Cl~ior, P~es. BUY~S: Ri~d A. Poa~ HUSER CI~R COM P~NY, INC. 816 W. T~ton Strut P.O, Box 150 H~tington iN 46750 (219) 35~49~ HUSER~AUL COMPANY, INC. 3~6 Ilflnois Rd. F~ Wayne IN 4~04 (219) 432.0557 ~roi~ Yergens (J.), Pres., Tre~s. BALES MA~GER: Jem~ Reinki~ BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Jerald Re~k~ng; Buyer All Pr~s SERVING: 6o ~e ~lus of R. SALESPERSONS: 6 JASPER WHOLESALE HOUSE, INC. Highway 23t South P.O. Box 807 J~r IN 47~6 (812) 482~0~ Tom Tucker, Pres. Cla~e EgTer, V.P. & SEW., Tre~. SALES MANAGER: ~rW Stature BUYERS AND PRODUC~: T~ Tucke~ ~owing, Cigars Canned Fo~s P~r. Can~, F~nta n Larw Stem; Cigam~es. Toba~o Claude Egter; Cigare~e Vendl~ SERWNG." 50 m~le radius COMPANY, INC. SALESPERSONS:4 Hicko~&ChethsmP.O.Rox311 Un~on CdyIN47330 CHAS. JOHNSTON SONS CO., INC. (317) 964.4232 128 W. Reilroad St. Greensbur9 IN 47240 (612) Lowell E, FW3er, Pres. Lyda Fisher, Secy., Treas. Lowell E. Rsher. Jr,, V.P. SALES MANAGER: Lowell F_ F~sher BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Lowell E. Rshet; A8 SERVING:Randolph, Wayne Coun~es Ind; Oarke, Preb e CoueUes, Ohio SALESPERSONS: 2 FOOD MARKETING CORP. Division of Super Vatu Stores, Inc. 4815 Executive Bird. P,O. Box 1198 Fort Wayr~e IN 46801 (219) 483-2146 PhiBip A. Dabill, Pros. FOOD MARKEtiNG CORP. Division of Super Velu Store~ Inc.. 4815 ExecuSve Blvd. P.O. Box 1195 Forl Wayne IN 46801 (219) 483-2146 FORD DISTRIBUTING. INC. 9(~ Portage Ave. South Bond IN 46616 (219) 233-7474 Richard L Ford. Pres. Ruth E. Ford, S~'y. & Treas. Jac~ .aJbedson. V.P. SALES MANAGER:Jack A~b~lso~ BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Richard L Ford; A8 SERVING.'NOrthem Ind.. South West M~h~g~m SAL ESPE~SON$" 6 MAX FULK WHOLESALE 421 W. 6th SL Btoc~n9to~ IN 47401 (612) 336-3311 GILL-PARSONS WHOLESALE INC. 113 W. Washi~ St. Gos~e~ IN 4~26 (219| 533-6515 R E~r,e Waoo'y. Pres. R. Eu~e k,4~;. Ctr, dy. Tob,~co, Paper ~ PARK TOBACCO CO. 5~SS C~ev~ G~ry IN 46411 THE GOOOIE SHOPPE & QUALITY COFFEE SERVICE ~ l/'Z F.. MW~ E.vae, s~ IN 4;'71~ (e12) 663-6301 KAISER TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. 415 E. Oak Street P.O. Box 1115 New A~bany IN 47150 (812) 945-2651 KANOY KINGS, INC. P.O. Box 6020 Ft. Wayne IN 46806 (219) 743-4944 KAPLAN BROS., INC. 8880 Mississippi SL P.O. Box 10646 MerdB~rilk~ IN 46410 (219) 769-0111 Robed Kald=n, Pres. TERRITORY SERVED: Northwest Indiena P. A. KENNEDY COMPANY, INC. 206 East Mak~ Street Washklgton IN 47501 (612) 254-2125 KRODEL WHOLESALE INC. Hwy. 45 & 56 N. P.O. BoX 229 Jasper IN 47546 (812) 482-1762 R~chard L. Krodef, Pres. Janet Smith. Secy., Tn~as. Ray O. Krodek V.P. SALES MANAGER: Darrell CreVice1 BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: D~rrell Gre~lich; Paper prod~ls Geoffrey Sttd~w0od; Cigarettes Janet Smith; TERRITORY SERVED: SALESPERSONS: 7 LAKE CIW WHOLESALE COMPANY, INC. 917 P, oa~ 15 South W~rzlw IN 46~80 (219) 267-7221 Louis H, Bmedt~go Pres. ~ R B~szc~r~g. V.P. SALES MANA GE~" L.ot~ BUYERS AND PRO~XJCTS: Louis Bre~r~g;, C~ndy I.~E END ~ INC. P.O. Bex 17~t Felt Wayne IN 4~1 (~19) 74~-~561 LAMBERT'S DISTBS. 14~ w= I~k~ ~lme¢ New ~ IN 4715~ ~1112) 7ERR/TORY S~R WZ~: Ind=~po~ (~rkxl ~n~) M. LATOS COMPANY INC. 1801 M~on Street ~ ~ 4~07 (219) 882-32~ SA~ M~G~: Ha~d J~ S~NG: ~ MNCO~-~H~R COMPANY INC. 3194 U~n Ri~m~ IN 47374 (31~ 962~3 M. & R DI~RIB~ING COMPANY, INC. 532 K Street P.O. ~x 173 BedfoN IN 47421 (812) 27~0 ~E ~CKE ~. OF IND~ 3~1 EIIswo~ Ga~ IN 4~ (219) 98~58~ M~ISON WHO~SA~ GR~ERY INC. 702 N. M~ber~ S~t P.O. BOX 271 M~dis~ IN 47250 MAPLE ClW WHO~SALE INC. (219) 362-7414 R~atd Moser. S~. & Tre~. MAUDLIN WHO~SA~ 12~ W. S~edor K~omo IN 46901 (317} 452-7537 R MCCONNELL & SONS, INC. 1t 102 Slate Ro~d 14 East P.O. ~x 307 New Haven IN 46774 (2t9) 493-6607 Eye,line M~onn~l, V.P. Jim McCo~l, Da~ Pro. Mgr..CEO SALES MANAGER: J~ Game BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: John ~ms; I~L Fo~, Pa~r J~ Al~r~ng; Candy. To~ SERVING: N.~ Ind~na. N.W. Ohio SA~SPERSONS: 10 MC M~AN &LIEB COMPANY 1417 Meddan An~ IN 4~15 (317) 644~4~ MCMAHON F~ COMPANY INC. P.O. Box 28o Noble~lle IN 46060 {317) 773-2290 MOLL GROCERY CO. 1024 Mill SL Mr, Vernon 47~0 (812) ~8~497 NATIONAL WHO~SALE GR~ERY CO. 937 Cap,el Ave. l~na~Us IN 46204 (317) ~5478 N~RY DI~IB~TING COMPANY Sho~ & H~h Streets P.O. BOx 272 L~wm~ebmg IN 47025 (8~ 2) 537-0335 C. A. NEDE~ & ~NS 107 W. Maumee Strut An~la IN 46703 (219) ~2463 NO~N INC. CA~ CO. 1850 N. She~ NORTHERN INDIANA WHOLESALE GROCERY CORPORATION 2520 N. F~ Dr. P.O. Box 41 It S~t~ Bend IN 4~34 (219) 287~991 Jose~ J. B~]dak, P~c~pal BUYS: SERV/NG:6~M~Ie Radi~: ~sm Mic~ SALESPERSONS: 3 NOR~H~ND C~NDIES 75~131st R~ Ha~mo~ IN 4~20 N. P. ~R & ~NS INC. 920 W. W~lnut P.O. BO~ 82 Albany IN 47320 (317) 789~731 PYMMONARCH INC. 7235 ~urg Pike P O Box 1~9 F~ Wa~e IN 4~17 (219} 432~621 PEERLESS ~TATO CHIP 1665 W. 11~ Ave. CaW IN 4~ (219) 886-6~3 ~ W. POOL CO., INC. ~52 S F~kli~ SI. P.O. ~x 231 Valpe~so IN 4~83 (219) 462-2173 D~ld P= Z~di, Pres, D~ Fr~. V.P. Treas. ~ J~on, SeW. John R Ta~or, V.P. S~les BUYERS AND PRODUC~: SA~SP~SONS: 10 ~T. B~NDS, INC. 6736 M~k Hammo~ IN 4~23 R & M ~ESALE C~PANV, INC. Sou~ Street P=O. ~x 395 Br~on IN 479~ (317) 563~188 REDI~OZ P.O. Box 4~5 Sou~ ~ IN (219) RCHMONO WH~ESALE C~PANY~ I~. 201 Co~@ Ave. P=O Box 136 ~ IN 46526 ~YAL F~ & PAP~ C~ 534 ~t ~ St. ~a~ IN 46202 (~17) ~I~ RUST WHOLESALE ~ IN 47~40 (~12) ~7~4 J. H. BAYER C~ INC. TI56324148
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ~ 11 INDIANA ADORESS/TELEPHONFJPROFILE KAHSAS ~ 11 SCHLEMMER WHOLESALE CO. 221 East Ma~no Strant G*~n~ccJ IN 4724(] (612) 663-4056 SCHROEDERS ~Pr'~OLESALE, INC. SKILES COMPANY, INC. SMITH CANDY & TOBACCO CO., INC. (317) 474-4445 Emerson Mutterspaugh, V.P. Jobs R. Wiaran~a, Chief Exec. Off=car Oian~ Matr;c;a; Full-line B. SNELL & SON INC. SALES MANAGER: Arian Dean Bennett BUYER," SALESPERSONS: 2 STANDARD TOBACCO CO. 3039 1691h Place P.O. Box 2276 Hamrnood IN 46323 (219) 844.3930 SUN GLO PRODUCTS CO., INC. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: 47591 (612) 362-6066 Branch of:. E. Blethau= & Sons, Inc.; See Indiana Bransh Jerome B, McClear, Gen. Mgr. J. F. WALKER COMPANY INC. WESTERN IMPORTING COMPANY 635-925~ John S~x~.das, SALES MANAGER" John Secc~=s c~='~ty WETTERAU FOOO D~I'PJBU~ON 311 N. Cuny Pike Bloon~ ~N 47401 (81~) 332-~30~ WIEMUTH & SON COMPANY~ INC. Rob~t A. Wk~,ulh. P~s. F. A. WILLIAMS COMPANY, INC. 103 west Par~ P~ece P O Box 506 Jelfarsoe~]le IN 471~ (812) IOWA 52~6 THE B & F SALES CORP ~909 R~t Ave., N. F~ O~~e ~ 50~1 (515) 57~218~ BUCHANAN WHOLESALE CO. BURLINGTON TOM SALES CAPITAL-MYERS COX COMPANY Mye~-Cox Co. ~75 W. 32nd St. P.O. ~x 729 Grog Carew. V.P. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: CAPITAL TOBACCO CORPORATION BUYERS: CEDAR RAPIDS MERCH CO. CONTINENTAL-IOWA, INC. 2420 W. G~and Ave. W. (319) 372-2792 FARNER-BOCKEN CO. FARNER-BOCKEN COMPANY FARNER BOCKEN FO~ DODGE ~. ~1 (515} 576-~31 F~W~ ~5~ G & K WHOLESALE CO. Hewer( Candy &Tobacco RR #4 low= Fa~slAS0126 (515) 648-9004 G~gg Hews(t. Pres GORDON'S WHOLESALE, INC. 2326 Boll Ave. P,O. Box 1491 Des MO~S IA 60306 (515} 244-8941 Ban~ett Gon~on, Cbrr~. James A. Go~Jon, Pres. SALES MANAGER: Ton; Speier BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Robart Goudey;, T~oacco Confec6ons, Sunddes SERVING: All of Iowa and AIr of Nebraska SALESPERSONS: 15 E. HERM GREMMEL WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR 122 W. 2nd St. P.O. Box 427 Muscabno |A 52761 (319) 263-1061 W~lliam F. Angetl, Owner Glenn E. Franklin, Con. M~. SALES MANAGER: Glenn F_ Fra~klln BUYER.~: Glenn E. Frankl=a SERVING:50 mile radius SE Iowa; Western Ill. H & H DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 304 South Vine Street P.O. Box 494 West Union IA 52175 (319) 422~3846 Bonald E. Hanson, Pres. SALES MANAGER: Mike Eische~d BUYER: Cyril SteinI~,ge SALESPERSONS: 13 BRANCHES: 2; See iowa H & H DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC. 1907 Hwy. 18 Eos~ CIes, r Lake IA 50420 (515) 357-4165 Branch of:. H & H Distributing Co. Inc.; Sea Iowa Larry D. Wilsco, Mgr. H & H DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC. 1760 Radford Rd. Dubuque IA 52001 (319) 582-8362 H & K CANDY & TOBACCO CO, DMsion of K & K Enterpr;ses Co. 3040 Hickory Grove Rd. Davenport IA 52806 (309) 391-5470 K. Re B[ggs, Pres. HAKES FOODS, INC. D~v. el Scrivner, Inc. 210 N. First St. P O. Box 39 Laurens IA 50554 (712) 845-2611 C, B. Stewart. Pres. SALES MANAGER: Harley Brackoy BUYER: M, J. Hakes HAWKEYE WHOLESALE GROCERY CO., INC. H&wkoyo Food Systems, Inc. P.O. Box 1820 Iowa CIty IA 52244 (319) 645-2193 Richard Braverman, Pres. HEWEIT WHOLESALE INC. 2519 South Fodera~ Avenua Mason City IA 50401 (515) 423o1833 K & M SALES CO. Esthorville IA 51334 (712) 362-3190 I(EITGES TOBACCO COMPANY 91~- Iowa Avenue Onawa IA 51040 (712) 423~1387 H. B. LEISEROWITZ CO. 213 131h St Des Mo~nes IA 50309 (515) 244.5195 LINN CANDY INC, 295 121h St. P.O. Box 737 Madon IA 52302 (319) 377-6391 Clyde Sottody, Pros. BUYER: Clyde Ssttarly MARTIN BROTHERS COMPANY lO0-108East 5th St. P.O. Box 777 Waterloo IA 50704 (319) 234-1715 MERCHANTS WHOLESALE COMPANY, INC, 8Ol S. RoosoveR Road Budingto~ IA 52601 (319} 752-2745 Robert E. Thrasher, Pres. J. K. Champagae Jr., V.P,, Troan. John R. Clougtl, Secy. SALES MANAGER: John R. Clough BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Robect E. Thrasher; Catalog Mdse. John R. Clough; Candy John Champagne, Jr.; Tobacco, Sunddes Will'mm Marmion; Electronics SERVING: Radius 80 Miles SALESPERSON~" 6 BRANCHES: 1 MID-IOWA DIST. t 617 N.E. 5161 Ave. Des Memos IA 60317 NASH-RNCH CO, 1201 Bla~rsforry Rd. Cedar Rapid= IA 52406 (319) 393-3100 NORTH END CONFECTIONERY CO. 2250 J~ckson St. Dubuque IA 52001 PYA/MONARCH INC. 2500 D~xon P.O. Box 1403 Des Moines IA 50303 (515) 266-2206 PALMER CANDY COMPANY 311 ~uff St. P.O. Box 326 ~o~JX City IA 51102 (712) 285-5643 (5001 831-0828 Martin B. F~lmer, Pros. PURITAN CANDY COo 120 & 126 1st Ave, W. C~es¢o IA 52136 James F. It,,oda, Owner RAY'S, INC. 701 Ve~ St. ~h rA 52101 (319| 382-3364 ROYAL SCOT SALES, INC. 114 W. ~ St. I-Io~ste~ IA 51025 ('t't 2) 3~-21 ~ SHAHE~I Y~IOLESALE COMPANY DW,.am, T. ~, V I~. SUPER VALU STORES, INC. 39o0 NW lOOth $I. Des Mok~s IA 50322 (515) 278-O211 TAVCO INC. THORNBURG COMPANY Gary Do Ruytar THREE STAR DISTRIBUTING CO. INC. NORMAN TIMM SALES Paper supp~ms, g~ar Supp as, ~ eves SERVING: Western Iowa SALESPERSONS:2 VERNS CANDY SALES F. & R. - WlTr CO. (712) 262-4270 WOLTER WHOLESALE KANSAS B & C JOBBERS SALESPERSONS:2 C AND J DISTRIBUTING CO. David M. Greene, Partner C & J DISTRIBUTING COMPANY (316) 321-4334 Eddie L Dean, p~.r~e~ Marry Amosson Randy Lore BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: SERVING: Conb'=l Kansas - 12 County Area CENTRAL CANDY & TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. Ro~ Popek, Pros, Box 367 paoli KS 66071 (913) 294.2364 (913) 782~6715 (K.C.) Winfield KS 67166 (316) 221-3120 EL DORADO WHOLESALE TOBACCO COMPANY C. E. G~'aves. ~ BUYER- Rex ~ ~¢ P.O~ Bes l~7 Een~ I~ 56801 (316) 343.700~ ~ COMPANY 36~ ~art~ Soma Fe p.o. Box T!56324149
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION WW 12 Y~NSAS AODRESS/TELEPH~NFJPRORLE KENTUCKY WW 12 FLEMtNG FOOOS CO. P.O. BOX 116~ Topeka KS 66601 (6131 233.2~)0 FLEMtNG FOODS COMPANY Highway 24 West P~O Box 268 Tobek~ KS 66601 (g13) 235-1331 Erlnch oh PIzcnl~g Compl~]e=, tncJ See Oklahoma Wayne penper9~st. GENERAL MERCHAND4SE DISTRIBGTI NG P.O Box 1617 Topeka KS 66601 (313) 062-2266 HAGMAN'S INC. 105-7 N~ Brusdway P.O. Box C P~ttsburg KS 65762 1316) 231-8000 Wllll;zm R. H~gman, p~rclpal Wilflam R. Ragr~n, Jr., Principal SERVING: Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma. SALESPERSONS: 54 BRANCHES: 3; 5~a KS, Me, HAGMANS, INC. 323 Jackson Street Topeka 66762 {915) 232-0513 THE HANNA CO. 9680 Pflumm Leoexa KS 66215 HEART OF AMERICATOBACCO & CANDY CO. 881 Min~onota Ave. P.O. Box 1574 Kansas City KS 66117 (913} 281-1700 HEART OFAMERtCATOBACCO & CANDY CO. 817 N. K~nees Avenue Topeka KS 66609 (913) 234-4661 HEDGES CANDY COMPANY 725 So. Kansas Ave. P.O. Bo~< V tJberal KS 67901 1316) 624-4542 BOS~t L Hedges, Owner SALES MANAGER: Basil L. Hedges BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Basil L. Hedges; SERV/NG`" 840. miles Kansas & Oklahorn~ SALESPERSONS:2 HOU.AWAY WHOLESALE 306 S. Mills St. Balo~t KS 67420 1913} 738-3518 He E, HUTCHISON & SON, INC. Hutchison Vending Co. 801 East tlth P.O. BOx 804 Hays KS 67601 1913) 625,3656 Herb Hutchis0n, Jr., P~es. Lillian HutcNeen. V.P.. Secy. SALES M.~VAGER: Herb Hutchieen, Jr. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Herb Hutchison, Jr. Coletle Hutchison SERVING:50 n~Je radius Of Hays SALESPERSONS: 2 JUNCTION CITY DISTRIBUTING & VENDING CO. 217 N. Fra~kli~ P.O. Box 608 J~lct~on City KS 66441 1913) 238-3261 1913) 762-2206 L~uise Cy~ova, Pres. SALES MANAGER: Gate Cyonva BUYERS: L~uise Cynova Gale Cynova SERVING:At~[ene, Chapman, Manhattan, Junction Cit~ Council Grove, Honi~gton, Geory & Dic~Jnsc~ SALESPERSONS: 6 KANSAS CANDY & TOBACCO, INC. 4424 W. Irving Wichita KS 67209 |316) 942-9081 George M. Lark~n, Pros. Marvel L Armstrong, Secy.. Treas. BUYERS AND pRODUCTS: Marvel L. Armstrong; All SERVING: W~'hita Area LAMONE CANDY & TOBACCO CO., INC. 801 N. 7the P.O, Box 489 Saline KS 67401 1913) 825-t536 Mk:hael Lamono SALES MANAGER: Michael Larnone BUYER: Michaet Lemons SERVING: 59-Mile Red=us: Central Kansas SALESPERSONS: 6 M & S WHOLESALE COMPANY 903 South 2rid Dodge City KS 67601 1316) 227-2241 MARKAN SALES 612 Ceoter P.O. Box 535 Marysville KS 66508 (913) 562,3391 Henry G. Wassonbsrg, Pres. Ronda wasssnt~rg, Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Dan W~aseoberg BUYER: Ro~:la L. Wasse~ber9 SERVING: Brown. Wa~lngton, Nomah~, Mersha~t & Republic Ceenbe= SALESPERSONS: 4 MERCHANTS SUPPLY OF IOLA Oiv. of Ge..~'tl Novelty Co. the. 113 Wast Street P.O. Box 441 Ida KS 66749 1316) 365-3942 Joe M. Westsm'4n, Owner & Ma~ger SALES MANAGER: Joe M. Weoterman BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Joh~ Ross; Candy & Misc. Mi~s McCrate; C~gaxerles SERV#~I~: 6 Coon~es SALESPERSONS: 5 M|~-K~NSAS WHOLESALE 2100 M~n ~ P,O Box 9'2~ G~at BO~i KS 67530 NAMEE WHOLESALE, INC. 728 S. Ma~t ~ P.O. BOx 1526 ~ KS 67501 Er~ J. N~mee. P~s. Sam Ramee~ T~z=. NASH-FINCH CO. 2rid & Weetsm !..=~ertl KS 67901 PATEN WHOLESALE & VENDING SERW~" ~ & O~a~m~ MEL & ELLEN RICHTER, CANDY DIST. R.R. ~2 Great B~d KS 67~0 1316) 793-9~9 EII~ R~ter, O~er. El&on RiOter. O~er, ~st` PROD~TS: ~, Gum Hershey M & M Mars Ufe Savers ~RR~ORY SERVEO" 25 Mile R~s a~nd Great Bend SA~SP~SONS: 1 ROBERTS WHOLESALE COMPANY 2~ W. 6~ Street Ne~ KS 67114 1316) 283-2860 Re~ A. ROb~, Ow~r SALES MANAGER: Wayne Boeee BUY~S AND PRODUC~: R~d Robe~; C~sre~ & Toba~o SERVING: C~trat K~as SENECA WHOLESALE COMPANY, INC. 36 Somh 8~ Strut S~ KS 66~8 (913) 336-211 Ro~e~ Stra~man SERVING: 6~M~ Ra~s: N.~ Kan~s JOESMI~ TOE CO. INC. 409 N. L~st Pi~burg KS ~762 1316) 231,3610 SMOKEY ClGARE~E COMPAN~ D~v. of E. G. Stev~s T~. Co. In~ tl 2 S. Wal~ul St` P.O. Box 1098 ~ KS 67201 Fr~ Stev~s, Sa~ Mgr. RW Stevens, Buyer SALES MANAGe" F~ed Stevens BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ray Stev~s; C~=re~os S~WNG: SA~SPERSONS: 2 ~ G. STEVENS TOBACCO COMPANY, INC, 110-112 Sou~ Walnut Sv~t P.O. Box 100O ~ita KS 67201 1316} 267~275 Fred Stevens, Pres. Ray Steve~, V.P. SA~S MANAGE~" Fr~ Sieves BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: RW Stevens; Cigars, Condie Stsve~; Candy. Cig~o~as S~VING:~chita ~d 50 mile radius SUN-BEAM PRODUCTS, INC. 611 ~ 131h St. ~16 KS 67214 {316) 2~-0447 Mike Carson, Pres,, Owner SUNFLOW~ SUPPLY COMPANY INC. 16 Street Fo~ S~ KS ~701 1316) 2~-4270 SU~ONS WHOLESALE 714 Sixth Street P O. Box 942 Clay Conler KS 67432 1913) 632-~433 SWE~RT CANDYTOBACCO 120 Commet~l E~ria KS TAYLOR WHOLESALE GROCERY 13~ ~llow P,O, Box 588 Coffe~ille KS 67337 1316) 25~-1850 Ja~s O. Taylor. Pa~ner, Mgr. Marllyn Wended, SALES MANAGER: Grog Tay~r BUYERS" Ma~ Ta~ TODD CANDY CO. 1021 C~tr~ K~ C~ KS 661~ 1913) 611-1460 VAN DIEST WHOLESALE, INC. S~th M~ P~ids ~sw KS 676~ 1913) 973-2211 BUYER: ~r Van D~st ~SP~SONS: 5 WICHITA TOBACCO & CANDY COMPANY. INC. o24 w~ ~ strut ~ita KS 67~o3 (3 ~ ~) ~M.2412 G~r~ F, St~s~, V.P. SALES MANA~, Ge~ge St~e~ ~ Stev~ C~ G. Steve~: T~a~ KEN~CKY A A DIXIE VENDING ASHLAND SPECIALTY COMPANY I ~37 G~eoup Aw~ P.O. BOx 1685 Ash~a~l KY 41101 1606) 324-1323 (606) 324-7694 Mary Jo Borton. AXTON CANDY & TOBACCO COMPANY INC. 4400 Die Br~ryard C~cle P.O, Box 32219 Loud.Is KY 40~=~. 15O2) 459-2424 R T. Axton. Jr. Chrm SALES MANAGER: E~ Clare BUYERS AND PRODUCTS" R. T. Axiom. Tobacco, Candy, odd Paper Randy Collier; Sundry SERVING: Metro SALESPERSONS: 14 B. & C. WHOLESALE INC. 502 Main SL Ravenna Y~Y 40472 {606) 723-2800 Obert G. Curtis, Pres. BF_&TI~VILLE WHOLESALE GROCERY Lumber St. P.O. Box 5 Beatty~lle KY 41311 (606) 464-2421 BELUS CANDY & -TOBACCO INC. 4510 Roberds Ln, Louisville KY 40218 BIG SANDY WHOLESALE CO. INC. Old Church House Rd. Harold KY 41501 1606) 478-9591 BIG SANDY WHOLESALE COMPANY Old Church House Rd. P.O. Box 249 Harok:l KY 41635 (606) 478-9591 Philip Justice, P,~esideot BLAIR WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. INC. 351 Gl~r~ Ave. West I Zborty KY 41472 (606) 743-3895 BLUE GRASS CIGAR COMPANY, INC. 420 L~wrence SL P.O. Box 1936 Lexington KY 40593 (606) 255-0721 BLUE GRASS WHOLESALE INC. 110 East Poplar St` Hgrrodsburg KY 40330 BOWLING GREEN CASH & CARRY 920 Clay SL Bowhng Green KY 42101 (502) 781-6071 (502) 761-8051 Wayne Jones, Mgr. BROWN FOODSERVICE, INC. 28 S. Central Ave. P.O. Box 736 Prestonsburg KY 41653 (606) 686-6865 John F. Brown. V.P. OSCAR BROWN & SONS, INC.. Ra;lrbed St, P.O. Box 217 Lawreoceburg KY 40~42 (902) 639-3031 LEWIS BU RDETTE P.O, Box 597 Loncastor KY 40444 CARTEE WHOLESALE CO. Old Rt. 6O Olive Hdl KY 41164 CARTER & SAOLER WHOLESALE COMPANY, INC. US Rio.23 P. O. Box 2138 Pikeville KY 41501 (606) 437-4064 CENTRAL GROCERY SALES CO. 217 Fleming Ave, Moreheed KY 40351 CENTRAL WHOLESALE CO. INC, 959 West Walnut St, D~nvi)le KY 40422 (60O) 226-2942 CHOW HILL WHOLESALE 595 North on Rte. 1 Borea KY 40403 COLUMBIA CANDY CO. 301 Ad~l~s St, Colun~oia KY 42728 (502) 384-2067 L, H. Gore. Owner SALES MANAGER: L, H, Gore BUYER AND PRODUCTS: SERVING: South Conlral Kentucky SALESPERSONS: 4 CONSOLIDATED SALES CO. 4209 Bards&own Rd. Rasoland Mall Lo~sv~[]e KY 40218 COOPER WHOLESALE INC. 114 S. Poplar Street Cynthlana KY 41031 (606) 234-5725 CREASEY COMPANY Fern Valley Rd. P.O. Box 37200 Louisville KY 40233 (5O2) 367-1721 Julius E. Raith, Pres, BRANCHES.6; See Ohio. Indiaz~, W. Virginia, Kentucky, end Mary~nd CUMBERLAND WHOLESALE CO. 419 $. Ma~n SL Burkesvllle KY 42717 (502) 864-4168 W. T. CUMMINS CO., ]NC. 1163 Royd Drive P.O, Box 11396 Lexington KY 40575 {0O6) 254-40O3 Donald E. Mikasell, Pres. Donald E. Mlkese~l, Pros. SALES MANAGER: Donald E. Mikesell BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Donald Mikesall; All Products SERVING," All Kentucky E. of Frankfort SALE3PERSONS: 15 CLAUDE tO FANNIN COMPANY 480 23rd Street P.O. Box 1820 Ashland }(Y 41101 (606) 324.7124 GILLET~ BRO~. INC. Lk, dssy & B~,ghton Streets Newpo¢l KY 41071 (~O6) 261-4~20 {800) 354-97(}5 WATTS GOODMAN CANDY COMPANY Highway 31 Eas~ Bypass P,O. Box 460 Gla~ow KY 42141 (50~) 651-8111 GRIGG~ WHOLE.8~LE CO. 10~4A Whipple CL Lex~0to~t KY 40611 HACKNEY JELLICO CO. 1O2 E. R~o~d Ave~'z~e P.O. Box 776 H=dan I(Y 4~31 (6O6) 573-1 Brooch of:. 1"no H. T. Hlckney Co.; ~ Dekz-~r H. Wa~ G~. Mgr. S~RV~t~: ~ mile md~s HAG~kl TOB.~M~CO OO, ~KY 427~1 ~ 7~113 734-4~ HAWKINS DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 76 S. Dave St~ BOx 262 k4~d.sorw~]le KY 424-31 (502) 821-4963 Ru~ Ha'v,,km=. Pres. SERWNG,. 50.Mi~= Fta~Eus: KY & OH SALESPERSONS. 3 D. G. HAYES GROCERY CO. 211 F~oyd St. P.O. Dox 2t 8 Li4chl~eld KY 42754 (502) 259-3144 B~II Conyero P~s. SALES MANAGER. M~onlm Hut~=rd, Jr. BUYERS: Joe B. Stevenson.Jr. Gary Beauchamp SERVING: 15b-' ~ila Radius" ConVal Kentucky SALESPERSONS: 5 BRANCHES: 2 R. H. HILL CO. BarbourviIle Hwy. Corb~e KY 40701 HOOVER BROTHERS WHOLESALE DISTRIBt.R'OFIS 1316 Swee~oy Street Oweasboro KY 42301 (502) 684.2039 HUGHES CANDY & TOBACCO COMPANY. INC. Route #2 o North Rro~dway Georgetown KY 40324 (5O2) 663-2093 Sam Hughes. Pr'~-~cipel INSTITUTIONAL DtSTRtRBYORS, INC. East Bernstadt KY 40729 (606) 878-6320 JACKSON WHOLESALE COMPANY, INC. Armory O,'~ve P.O. BOx 6~1 Jackson KY 41339 (606~ 666-2495 JELLICO GROCERY CO. INC. 140 Udivorsi~ Or. Hwy. 39 P.O. Box 399 Somerset KY 42501 (606) 678-4101 Branch of:. The H.T. Hackney Co.; See Glen Smith, Br. Mgr. SERVING: 50-60 mild radius EUGENE JOHNSON DISTR. INC. R. R. ~, Box 632 Hazard KY 41701 (606) 439-2565 (606) 436-2308 Eugene Johnson SALES MANAGER: Robert E. Jchn~on BUYERS & PRODUCTS: Lalya Johnson; Sundries, Tobacco, Candy SERVING: 60oM~Ia Radius: Perry, Latchet, Broethitt, Knott, Floyd & Harlan SALESPERSONS: 5 JONES SUPPLY CO. 312 AtlLson Ave. Dadooutvilla KY 40906 (606) 546-4087 Melv'~ Jones, Owner JONES WHOLESALE, INC. 1708 Breokeoridge St. P.O. Box 2052 Owenspero KY Cotun~ino Dam~, V.P. Richard N. Darnin, Secy.. Trees. SALES MANAGER: Richard N. Damin BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ja~ee E. Damin; paper & Spec. Items Richard N. D~al~; All other Mdse= SERVING:Western Ky. 111 Counties) KEETON WHOLESALE GRO, CO. E&still SL Mr. Stsdlng KY 40353 (606) 488°5350 KENTUCKY WHOLESALE DIST. COo Hwys 23, 460, 80 P,O. Box 222 Nron ~;Y 41601 (606) J. H. Sc~dt, Owner G. W. Ad~ns, V.P. V. J. Scull, Secy, SALES MANAGER: J. H= Stall BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: V. J. Scull; Candy, Tobacco, Sundr;es SERVING: East Kentucky SALESPERSONS: 5 BRANCNES: 1 KLEE WHOLESALE CO. Hwy. 27 R #2 Falreeuth KY 41040 (606) 461-33t8 Paul Kloeo Pres. KLEE WHOLESALE CO. 1101 York Street Newport KY 41071 (606) 654~3830 Pa~l Kite, Pras. Merge }(lee, V.P. SALES MANAGER: Paul Klee BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: M~hael ~Jee; Tobaccos SERVING: Peodleton, Grant, Brlckan. Harrison, Kenton, C, ampball Boone C~tys. SALESPERSONS: 5 W. R. KNIFLEW & SONS WHOLES~,~.E DIb~'RIEU'roR~ 136 ~o SL Can~llsvi6a KY 42718 (502} 465-4119 L & E CANDY CO. 913 12th SL pa~nt~ville k'Y 41240 L & E DANDY CO. ¢1o B & G Restaurant Eu¢l~ Ave. Pa~nts'/ille KY 41240 R. D. LANGSTON CANDY CO. ~04 Sy¢amoce SL Munly KY 42071 LAUREL GROCERY CO., )NC. U.S. Hwy, ~25 ~ B~mstadt KY 497L~ {606) $76-6~O1 Ge~ge G~ff~, Jr,, P~es. Carl Brow~ P.O. Bex 6~I L~n KY 4~ (Se~ ~I'Z~143 TI56324150
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~ 13 KENTUCKY WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DIS'i'RIBU'nON ADDRESS/rELEPHONE/'PROPILE LOUISIANA WW 13 Jo F.. LYND & SONS. INC. PO 41169 (riO6) 536-3181 LYONS BROTHERS WHOLESALE INC. 1750 West Second Strut Owec~oro KY 42301 (502) M.~ FOOD CORPORATION 340 Crea~iald [~. Vora~llea KY 40333 (606) 073-9111 MADISON GROCERY COMPANY. INC. 127-129 Orct~rd Street P.O Box 580 Riobmo~d KY 40475 (606) 623.241S MALONE & HYDE, INC. RL 1. B~ker Lane P.O. Drawer B Nicho~es.,~lle KY 40356 (606} 885-9431 MANCHESTER GROCERY COMPANY 108 D~ckinsen S~. Me,~cheator KY 40962 (606] 598-2328 THE MAY GROCERY CO. 324 Prastonburg St. Weal IJSoen'y KY 41472 MCDANiEL DIST. CO. 124 Riverwood Dr. Bow~ieg Grin KY 42101 MERCHANTS SERVICE CO. 469 Woodson KY 42431 MID-WAY WHOLESALE COMPANY Hwy. 31 W. North P.O. Box 60 Home Cave KY 42749 (502) 786-2161 Dorothy Stinson. Secy. & Trees. JAY R. MILLER & SONS WHOLESALE GROCERY INC. Route 1 Box 492 Louisa KY 41230 (606| 638°9246 To J. Miller. Pros. SALES MANAGER: T. J, Miller SERVIIV~,: Kansas & West Virginia BRANCHES: 1 J. C. NOYES & SON 419 Pike SIreat Co¥~ngtDn KY 41011 (606} 431-5091 Croton Noyes, Pros. T~Tlothy No'yea. V.P. & Secy. Heron Noyea. V.P, & Treas, SALES MANAGER: Croton NCYes BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Cratea Noyes; New 8. Seasonal Robert Mllien Sundnes "Tim Deafen; C~9ar$ Jack Hietl; Cigarettes, Tobacco SERVING: Ohio. Kentucky & Indiana SALESPERSONS: 7 O HID VALLEY CANDY CO. INC. 2400 Caxter .~venua P.O. Box 1716 Ashlan~ KY 41t01 (606) 324-9444 OHIO VALLEY WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 3412 W'~c~ester Ave. Ashland KY 41101 (606) 329-1144 David J. GIocknaro Pras,. Treas. Stephen J. G1ockner, Elizabeth A. G[ocknor, Secy, Edward A, Gtockner, V.P. J~mes M. GIocknm, BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: John Gehringeq Seaddea Stephen Glocknot; Tobacco Edward Glocknar: Cigars, Paper Produuts, Candy SERVING:Ohm, Ky., W. Va. SALESPERSONS: 4 OWENS DISTRIBUTORS 02 Boyd Straet Pai~tsv~lle KY 41240 (606) 789-6543 (Office) (606) 789-3467 (Home) PADUCAH CASH & CARRY P.O. Box 386 Paducah ~,Y 42001 (502) 444~6709 Branch of:. M. I Iv~ngston & CO.; See Kentucky W~lli~m R. Nichols, Br. Mgr. SERVING," Paducah City SALESPERSONS: 4 PAINTSVILLE GROCERY CO~ INC. U.S. 23 South P.O. Box 790 Pa'l~tsvi[la KY 41240 (606) 789-3556 PORTER & PARMAN GROCERY Manchester St. London KY 40741 RiLL PRESSHEL't. CANDY CO, P.O. Box 156 Loyalt KY 40854 WARREN P. RASH CO. INC. p.o. Box 2g6 Middle~boro KY 40965 (606) 248-3423 Rdcert B. J~-tr,~. Pros. o'Frls REED CO. Hodgenville KY 42748 RENFRO SUPPLY COMPANY Cigarette and Notions, Inc. 423 South Rfth SL P.O. BOX 298 ~l~'~t:,U/g KY 4~7~ (6(}6) 549-1334 John E. Reafro. Pres. O.sc~r Ranfro. Regina Douglas. Secy. SALES MANAGER: Regina Douglas BUYER AND PRODUCTS: Jot~ E. Ronfro; All Regina Douglas; SERVING: Kentucky & Tennessee RENFROW CANDY CO. H~tlord KY 42347 RICHARDS TOBACCO & CANDY, INC. 26 North Hi~'dand Street P.O. Box 584 Winchester KY 4039 (60~) 744-5195 WlLU~M~ I- RICHARDSON CO. U.S. 60 West Box 65 Morehead KY 40351 (6(36) 784-5618 RIVER CITY CANDY CO. 1216 E. 2nd SL Owe~bo~o KY 423O1 IL A. ROBINSON & COMPANY, INC. 128-1 ~0 W. 3rd SL P.O. Box 370 M~ysviBe KY 41058 564 H. RUNY/~I & SONS 1450 Melwood Ave=,~e L~-~lia KY 40~O~ ~kI.YERSVt~.E W~tO~.E~ALE CO. Sa~ KY 4Z4~ (5~ 8~-Z748 SHF.LB~LLE CANDY & TOBACCO CO~ SERIR4G 50 n~le ~d~s of Warehouse SALESPERSONS: 5 W. T. SISTRUNK & CO.~ INC. ~ of;. we~erau ~ P.O. Box 1230~ Lex~egtoei 4058~ (806] 26~430~ Charley C. Tum~Jllo R. W. SIZEMORE GROCERY CO. RE I BoX 282"A Best ~em~ladt KY 40729 843-6121 R~lph W. SIzem~'a, Owner SALES MANAGER. Ralp~ W. S~zemor= BUYERS AND PRODUCTS. Betty Tumor; Tobacco & Cigarettes Marie Miller'. Candy. Gum ntc SPECIALTY WHOLESALE CO. 1048 S. Mayo Pike.~llo KY 41501 (606} 437-4541 James P. Kel(y. Owner STERLING WHOLESALE INC. 13 Denhy St. P O. Box 599 Mt. eroding KY 40353 (666) 498-4519 Bob Combs. Pnncip~l SALES MANAGER~ Lan7 L. West RUYER" Larry I_ West SERVING: 30-M~le Radius: Central Kentucky SALESPERSONS: 2 TRI-STATE WHOLESALE COMPAHY 415N.MalnSt. P.O. Box 879 Middlasboro KY 40965 (006I 248-2245 Branch DE The He T. Haclmey Co.; See BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Leonard Rob~natta William L R~ce; Tobacco SERVING: 50-60 ~ilo E. M. TRISLER SALES CO. 934 Reining Rd. Maysville KY 41056 (606) 554-3257 JOHN Fo TROMPETER COMPANY 637 E. M~'r~ Sheet Lou~s'~lo KY 4~202 (502~ 585-5852 John F. Trompeler, Bd. Cl~mn. Borb~ra D. Trompotor, Secy. SALES MANAGER: Re.aid F_. Shifter BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: W~lli~ml F. Davis; Candy Bsrt Trompotor; Tobacco TERRITORY SERVED:Radk~s ot 10~ m~les oi Louisville Kentucky SALESPERSONS: 11 WILME TURNER SALES Hwy. 192 W., RL 1 BOX 663 London KY 40741 UNION GROCERY COMPANY (606) 784-5277 Philip Low,so Pres. Yveane Ques'=lberry. Mgr. Jack L, Bad)e~, M~nager SALES MANAGER: Jack L. Barber BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Jac~ L. Barber;, Gen. Buyer WAGERS CANDY CO. 108 Cherry Rd. CI. Berea 40403 WAGNER CANDY COMPANY 911 Joe Chfl~n Dr. P,O. BOX 7703 Paducah KY 42001 (502) 442-6301 Harold W~Bner, Owner SALES MANAGER: Van JohnSon BUYERS .¢ PRODUCTS: Danny Pierce; Tobacco Mike Ad~ma; Su~ddes SERVING:75.MilO Radius: pens of 5 Stalea SALESPERSONS: 9 BRANDHES: I WETTERAU FOOD DISTRIBUTION P. O. Box 427 Greenville KY 42345 (502) 336*2033 Branch oP.Wl~ecau Incorporated; See Mla|oud Mike IIIors. Pres. & Gnn. WILLIAMS GROCERY CO. Broadway & D~pot Road P~ntsvi[le KY 41240 {606) 789°5350 H. L WOOSLEY AND CO. Ceaeyville KY 42721 LOUISIANA AIRLINE CIGARE-I~E SERV. 3622 AJr~ne Hwy. Metairie LA 70801 J. po ALLEN CANDY CO. P.O. BoX 1535 Hammond LA 70401 ARROW TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. 441 Live Oak Blvd. B~tea Rouge LA 70806 (504) 344.5282 AVOYELLF_S WROLESALE GROCERY CO., LTD. PaD. BOx 5725 Naxandda LA 71301 (3 t 8) 442-8865 EDWARD BADEAUX COMPANY 311 Jack$o~ SL P,O, Box 710 ~rhibodaux L~ 70302 (504) 447-3336 J. L. Bad~ux, Pres. SALES/.'fANA GER: P. J. N~q~ Jr. BUYERS: p. J. Noq~'t. Jro Ma~-g;uet M. Me.son SERHWG: 50 mi~e radius SALE~PERSON.~" S BATON ROUGE TOBACCO COMPANY, zs~ ,~,~ Av~. p.O BO¢ ~131 Ba~ Re~e LA BO~qSRS AND PROOOGTS: BERMAR INC. 70175 BEST LINE CANDI~ WH~ERS 920 J~ ~d ~era ~ 7~72 (5~) 341-5236 ~7-~796 BORDELON CANDY DIST. 208 A~ SL Matk~le ~ 71351 (3~8) 25~52 E~e~ A. ~r~on. Ow~r B. ~ BRENNAN Brazen Sal~ ~. 12~ W. 7th St B~a~ 70427 (5~) 732*7486 B. A. Brenn~n, Owner T. H. BU~ & SONS, INC. 1516 W. T~ St. P,O. Box 1557 H~m~d ~ 7~O1 (5~) 345.7130 C~AY WHO~LE ~x 327 Belle C~ ~ 7~37 CALCASIE~ MBRCAN~LE CO. INC. 210 ~ R~t Avce. p.O. Box 468 Crowley ~ 70526 (318} 78~1945 Paul M~n, Mgn CALCASIEU MERCA~LE CO. INC. 120 ~ Rat DO R~der ~ 7~ (318] 463-7053 CALDWELL WHOLESALE TOBACCO COMPANY 426*3323 K~ Ca~w~il, ~narel Mgr. Steve Opporman. Buyer, Asst. Mgr. Ma~ Gro~, O~. SALES MANAGER: E~ 8UY£RS AND P~ODUC7~: Sieve Opperm~; C~y, Tob~o Edge Mar~; Hea~lh & B~u~ ~d Ken CaMwell; New P¢~M SERVING: No~wost, SALESPERSONS: 7 CANDYSPECIAL~ COMPANY 314 E~st 13th St. P.O. ~x 308 Crawiey ~ 70526 {318) 783-2~2 CARO PRODUCE & I~I~TiONA~ F~S~ HW. 516. Rte. 5 ~x 308 ~u~ ~ 70~o (504) 872-14~ CASH GRO & SALES CO. 1415 Laurel $I, B~t~ R~e ~ 70802 CHURCH POINT WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. INC. Rayne HW. P.O. BOx 40 C~r~ Point ~ 7~25 (318) ~4-5413 T~o~es J. Onebane, Pres, SALES MANAGER: ~o~ J. Onobene BUYERS: C~rad C. ~racky, Jn Nenl Onobane S~RVING: 75.MUo Ra~us: S.W, Louisiana SALESPERSONS: 8 CLOVERL~F WHO~SA~ CO. R~e. 3 ~x 3~ R~Id ~ 71068 CONCO FOOD SUPPLIERS INC. g18 Edwards Ave. Harahan ~ 70123 733-7581 ~ S~rpeao, V.P. & Gen. Mgn BUYERS AND PRODUCT~: Tony Cange~; To~ & CONSOLIDATED COMPANIES, INC. 3~ 341h St. P.O, Box 6~95 Me~e ~ 7~I (504) ~34-4082 ~nslow J. Chedwi~, Chin. 8RANCHES: ~4~ See Alabama, Lo~s~a CRESCENT CI~R • TOBACCO COMpA~ INC. 634 S. G~lvez St. P.O. Box 53425 N~ Ode~ns 7015~ (503) 525-1381 DA~ERES CI~R & TOBACCO COMPANY 136 E. Cypre~ SL P.O. ~x 2160 L~faye~e ~ 70~2 (318) 234-1425 D~ALL CI~R & CANDY CO. 607 ~vis St. Jennlngs ~ 70546 DIXIE CANDY CO. Div. of Lyo~ S~dy Co. I~. 321 S. C~reas Ha~o~ ~ 70401 (5~) 345-28~7 Ma~le Ab~s~. Secy.. Tress. BU~S ANO PRODUCTS: RaVel ~ Walsky; AI~ Pr~u~s S~V~G: S~thesst L~a. 3 Pa~s SALESP~S~S: 9 BR~CHES: 1 DOERLE'S IN~ITUTIONAL WLS~-FDSVC. DIV. ECONOMICAL WHOLESALE INC EVANS TOBAC~ COMPANY, INC. FRANK WHOLE..~M~ ¢O. Dlv. oR N~rt~ Gro. Coq:~ P.O. ~ ~ ~ ~ 711~ (31e) ~I~521 FRANKLIN CIGAR & TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. 75 ~ P.O. ~x 1151 Fr~ ~ 7~8 (318) 826*3~ 7~ GILBERTS ~OD PRODUCTS, INC. S~V/NG: So~m Lou~a~ Co~ ~ 71327 (318) 87~3377 C~UDE P. GRAGNON WHOLESALE COMPANY, INC. ~bo~ M. ~nd~, Pros. 8U~RS AND PRODUCTS: P~ul ~ SALESP~SONS: 5 Mamou ~ 7~54 (318) ~5269 THE HARRISON COMPA~, INC. 1207 Ai~o~ Dr. 412 E. Mah P.O. Box 96 H~er ~ 71040 (318) ~BER~i~E WHOLESAL~ GRO. CO. P. O. ~ 413 IMPERIAL TRADING COMPANY, INC. SERVING: 250 rafts tad[us of New Odeaea ~ALESPERSONS: 12 Lafaye~e ~ 70509 (318) ~1524 INSTITUTIONAL FOO~ CO. 232 ~d St. P.O. Box JAKE'S VARIEW WHOLESALE COMPANY 217 O~d Freded~ B(~, A~e~ile LA 70510 (318) K & B INC. Roy O~ol~e; G~W BRANCHES: 4 ~s Lo~i~. M~i~. 9158 Sh~v~ ~ 71109 (318) ~7-~ KELLY, WEBER & COMPANY, INC. P.O. ~x ~ ~w 0~ ~ 70150 LEE-DEE CIGAR & CANDY C~ OF CHAR~S INC. J~ O~ E~. ~. C~,T~ ~ ~L ~~L~ P.O- ~ TI56324151
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION WW 14 LOUISIANA ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE MARYLAND ~ 14 THE UODELL CO~ 30~-Spm~ S~ Shreveport LA 71101 LOUISIANA CANDY & SUPPLY COMPANY RIO 3 P.O. Box 583 Ruston LA 71270 LOUISIANA WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Drawer 632 Alexar~na LA 71301 (318) 443-5240 LYONS SPECIALTY COMPANY. INC. 5075 Adams Avenue B~ton Ro~ge LA 70006 356-1319 ~t85arn E` Oavls, Jr. Pres. Warren F. d*Aq~=n. V~>. Tre~s. Oa'~s J. d'Aquin. V,P, Trees. BUY~CIS AND PRODUCTS: Daws J. a'Aq~n: Tobacco, C~ndy Warren F. d'Aqu~n; MLSC. SERVING: 45 mile radius SALESPERSONS: 6 BRANCHES: 1; See LA MALONE & HYDE, INC. P O, Box 4028 Monroe LA 71201 (318) 387-2000 Branch oP. MiIonl & Hyde, Inc.; See Tennessee J, Steven MCtl, Div. Mgr. BUYERS ANG PRODUCTS: Kennit Taylor MAMOU WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. INC. 113 Ch~stnu~ St. P,O. Box 130 Mamou LA 70554 (318) 468.5248 Do(laid A. M~yeux, Pros &Gon. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Do~,fd A. Mayeux BUYER AND PRODUCTS: Huey Granger; Tobacco. Cigarettes & Groceries SERVING." 50 Mile Radius form Maroon ROSA MARSA'LISE WHOLESALE 131 E` Rrst SL De Ridder LA 70634 (318) 463-8097 Rosa Marsalise, Principal BUYERS & PRODUCTS: S~r,. W~lliams; Tobacco. Cigars, Cigare~es Joe Garefo~d; Candies SERVING: 60.Mile Radius: De Ridder, Leesviflo, Beacr~Jar, Vernon SALESPERSONS: 2 P. A. MENARD, INC. 1121 S. Cla~bome Ave. New Odsans LA 70125 F. E. MORGAN & CO. IN. R'uston LA 71270 NEW ROADS WHOLESALE GROCERY CO., INC. 633 New Roads St. New Roads LA 70760 (504) NORTH BATON ROUGE C¥. 2722 N, Forstor Dr. Baton R~Jge LA OPELOUSAS CIGAR & CANDY COMPANY, INC. 597 So. Railroad Ave. P.O. Box 1163 Opelo~sas LA 70570 (318) 942-2784 OUACHITA CIGAR & TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. 2100 Booth SL P.O. Box 4772 Monroe LA 71203 (316) 308-0171 PELICAN CIGAR COMPANY, INC. 1815 Common Street Lake Chsrles LA 70601 (318) 439-4193 PEMCAM STATE CIGAR & TOBACCO CO., INC. 1506 Bidden St P.O. Box 2974 Monroe LA 71201 (318) 322-7186 PELICAN TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. d/hie Pel~ln Distrib~ting Co. Inc. 4001 Lakeside Dr. P.O. Box 29 Aloxandda LA 71301 (310) 443-8441 Richard M Lofton. Pres. Betty P. Lolton, V.P., Secy. SALES MANAGER: John Alex Caesar BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Jerw D~tofano; Cigarettes. Tobacco & Cigars Reck Fre~ck; Grocery RW Mclntosh; Confection SERVING.'Central and S. Lou~ana SALESPERSONS: 14 PHlUPS WHOLESALE CANDY & TOBACCO COMPANY 509 West Congress Sires1 Lafayette LA 70501 (318} CE4-1677 PURITY CANDY CO., INC. 511 N. Heon*ssey SL P.O. BoX 19734 New Odeans LA 70179 (504) 482-1127 Effie Made Stockton, Pres. SALES MANAGER: Erie Made Stockton BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Dorothy Sch~ut C~ndy, Cenlpo~onc & Sn~.cks SERVING: MstropolP.~n New Odeans & SALESPERSONS; 3 QUAGLINO TOBACCO & CANDY CO., INC. 2400 so. Claiborne Aveeee BoX 13t57 New Orleans LA 70125 (504) 524.2625 (504) 561-0101 Joseph A. Quagilno, Owner. Pres. BUYERS: L Gm~lva Sal Bologna Bn:ce Barrios SERVING: 30-Mile Ra~us SA~SON$: 12 RAYNE WS~.ESALE GROCERY CO, 100 2rid P.O, Box 89 Rayee LA 70578 (318} 334-3144 RICHARO CANDY CO. Rt~. 7 Box 21C O~ LA 70570 ($18) 942-3648 RITCHIE GROCERY CO. 4001 Old Steri~gten R~ P.O~ ~)x 4885 Mor~oe LA 71203 (318} 343~491 H~ ~ ROBERTS CIGAR & TOBACCO COMPANY, |NC. ~ML, W SZ~/V, ING, Shravepo¢~ and 13 N La. ROGERS-SMITH GROCERY CO. P.O. Box ST/Amde LA 70422 (504) 746-~e33 ROYALSPECIALTY CO. 710 BOe~c Hwy. Baton Rouge LA 70~02 (504) 387-2429 ST. LANORY WHOLESALE GROCERY P.O. Box 350 Ope~4.~as LA 70570 (316) 942-2671 ST. MARYS PROOUCTS C~). 204 Mmn St B~w~ L~ 70514 GALLEY GROCERY CO~ tNC. P.O. Box 328 Barnes LA 71222 {318} 285-2521 GALLEY GROCERY COMPANY, INC. 65 Marks1 SL Shreveporl LA 71102 (318) 424-3201 SCANIO PRODUCE & INSTITUTIONAL FOODS, INC. 1315 4th SL Westwe9o LA 70094 (504) 347-2313 SCHLESINGER'S WHOLESALERS AND AUTOMATIC CIGARETTE SERVICE INC. 1002 Highway 14 P,O, Box 207 Lake Chades LA 70601 {318) 436-7925 Anthers" D. Fe~'~a, Pres. Beatrice Fertitt,a. Sacy, & Tre~s. Anthony D. Fe~tte, Jr.. V.P. SALES MANAGER" Craig Gerard BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Craig Gerard; Cigarettes Anthony Fer~.a Tobacco, Cigars, CanOy & Spec~ dos SERVING: Southwest Louis~ar~ BRANCHES: 1 SHREVEPORT CIGAR & TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. 1623 W. Kirby $1. P,o. Box 3892 Shreveport LA 71103 (318) 865-7341 W. T. SILMON 209 Claiborne West Monroe LA 71291 FRANK SILVA & SON, INC. 816-820 Alabo SL P.O. Box 3529 New Orisons LA 70117 (504) 947-7494 SOILEAUX W/C CANDY Box 322 Washington LA 70569 SOUTHERN SUPERMARKET SUPPLY 119 W. Simco SL P.O. Box 3307 Lafayette LA 70501 STEPHENS CANDY CO. Rt, 2, BOx ~'80 Greensburg LA 70441 (504) 232-4241 SAUL STREIFFER CO., INC. 1114 Josephine St. New Odeaes LA 70130 C. B. STRINGER CANDY CO. Rte. 3 Box 139 Natch~tochss LA 71457 SUTHERLAND SPED. CO. Ruker LA 70436 SYLVEST CANDIES Rto. 4 Fronklinton LA 70439 TECHE WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. P.O. Box 1149 New Iberia LA 70560 (318) 360-3771 TEBREBONNE WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. P O. Box 508 Houma LA 70361 (504) 872-6801 THIGODAUX WHOLESALE GROCERY 1 O2 E` Boyou Rd, P,O. Sex 391 Thitmdsux LA 70301 (504) 447-3761 UNITED CASH GROCERY 228 5th $1. Gretna LA 70053 James D. H~ort. Gen. Mgr. C. J. VIGO TOBACCO CO. 3538 Octavia Streel Now Odeens LA 70125 WEBSTER WHOLESALE TOBACCO & CANDY CO., INC. 326 E~st Dixie Street P.O. Box 459 Mindsn LA 71055 {318) 377.6474 Thomas H. BrAnch. Pres. Ken Caldwell, Co-Owner SALES MANAGER:Tom Branch BUYER AND PRODUCTS: Thomas H. Branch: Cigaretles, Tobacco. Candy, School Supp., Motor og. Drugs. Sundries, Paper Begs SERVING," North West, Lo~isiona SALESPERSONS: 3 WELLS CIGARETTE SERV. OF BASTROP INC. Cressett Rd. Bastrob LA 71220 (318) 281-1934 WHOLESALE SPECIALTY 9170 S. Choctaw Dr. Baton Rouge LA 70815 (504) 826-8362 WlNN DIXIE LOUISIANA INC. 600 Edwards Ave. P.O, Box 51056 New Orleans LA 70150 WINNS~ORO GROCERY CO. Warren St. Winnsboro LA 71295 (318) 435-5806 MAINE BANGOR CANDY COMPANY, INC. 229 Go~mrc Road P.O. Box 1287 Bangor ME 04401 (207) 945-6344 Gerald / Kaprow. Pies.. Treas. Michael Kaprow. V.P~ Rehard HiSses. Gen. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Nan Fin~.,ee',are BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Gar~Jd Ka.prow: Cacdy Micha~ Kaprow; Sunddes R~lard I-~g~ Tob~oco SERWNG: Stale d SALESPERSONS:. 6 BENSON & SULLIVAN CO. 254 Mmot Ave~ P,O, Box 105tt Aob~n ME O4210 (307) 784-LP~06 JU~S .~rems~. Pres. Meed P~red~, G~, Mgr. Rey Ga~l~ C~.~y. C.igereR~ & S,~-,(~es BIOOEFORD & SACO PAPER COy INC. J~aea~l L ~i,llen SALE~'C'EFISONS, 4 BRANCt./ES" I BOG'S PEANUT CO. 557 Linc~n Rd. Lew~P~o~ MG BUGBEE-B~WN, IN~ Sm;~ & Pe~l ~,dda~ ME O4~ (207} 284-5923 CHRISTOPHER WHOLESALERS, INC. P.O ~x 80 Ma~ ME ~o (20~ ~o2 Oawd Ch~t~r. Pros Alfred Ch~har SALES ~G~: Oa~ Ch~t~her B~ERS ~ PROD~TS: Alfr~ Chdcto~eG C~ D~ Chdsto~e~ C~n~, To~ C~ig Chr~t~ S~ddes S~VING:S~er~t Fr~nktin & Ke~ebec C~n~ SALESPERSONS: 5 CONDONS CANDIES 2~ State S~eet Presq~ Isle ME 04769 M. H. CRONKHI~ ~ ~rl~ St ~ngor ME ~401 DENNISON CONF. & TDB. CO. Mi[R~ Rd. Unpin ME ~457 ~TONS WHOLESA~ TOBACCO & CAND~ CO. 130 C~ Street Ei~o~h ME ~605 (207) 667-2126 ~ G. FODEN COMPA~ 284 W~ern Aven~ Po~l~d ME 04106 (207) ~4-0371 GA~ON CANDY CO. 234 N. St. Calais ME 04619 HANNAFORD BROS. CO. James L. Moody, Jr., CEO, Pres. HOWARD W. HATCH CO. 67 Main S~eet B~f~t ME ~9~5 (207) 3~-2035 Ray S~eese, O~er SA~S MANAGER: Ray ~monse PRODUCTS: C~dy, Tob~o & P~pef SER~NG: Mi~ast Mal~ SALESPERSONS: 2 N. W. HU~E~ M~ St, E~t Ma~i~ ME 04630 L~I~ON AUBURN UNITED GROCERS, INC. 416-459 Us~ Street P.O. 80x 78~ Le~st~ ME 04240 (207) 784-~41 ~l~s Shair, ~mn. Bd U~I Prote~u. V.P. & Buyer Stanley SC~G ~ Chmn ~. SALES MANAGER: Lionel Prote~u Uonel Proteeu; HABA, C~, Tob~ Don Lem~ux; Frozen Foods ~ERV/NG: 50.Mile R~dius ~A~SPERSONS: 7 BRANCHE~. 1 MAINE ~TIONAL VEND, INC. R=vor Ro~d P.O, Box 2005 Lewist~ ME 04240 (207) 784~844 MILLIKEN TOMLINSON CO. Skyey Indust. Park P.O. Box 191 Pr~que Isle ME 04769 MI~IKEN-TOMUN~N COMPANY 56 Mdl;kon St, P,O. Bes 1941 Podl~d ME 04104 (207) 797-~90 MORIN AND COMPANY (207) 947~684 Alden G. Smi~, Pres. SALES ~ANAGER. Paul O'Connor BUYERS AND PRODU~: Jer~ Smith; All Pro~ts SERVING: Ma~ SALESPERSONS: 8 O'NEI~ TOBACCO & CANDY COMPAN~ 94 R~er Strut Rumford ME ~276 (207] ~162 PINE ~A~ TOBACCO & ~ANDY COMPANY 8 Ellis Argue P.O. Box C A~g~ta ME 04330 {207) 622-3741 REID'S CONFECTIONERY COMPANY K~II SL P.O, ~x 785 H~lt~ ME ~730 532-8491 R~e~ J. N~gle, Pres. SALES ~ANAG~: Ma~ Car~y BUYER~" Do~ld Hoe~ SERVING: No~er~ Maine SALESPERSONS: 5 SOMERS~ F~MAT VENDING H~thaway SL P.O= ~x ~6 Sky.sen ME 04976 (207) 474-03~ (20~ 474-3321 Ja~ ~v~, Pres. TALL~S WHO~SALE TOBA~O ~PAN~ Ha~re SL P.O. ~x 7. ~to~ S~ Po~a~ ME 04111 (~7) YANKEE WHO~ W~t~ SL ~s~sset ME MARY~ND A & A ~AND~ & TO~ ~ ~ S. ~y AL~TATE WHO~SALE CO. Slephen Brio~eS, Pres. Anne Bnd~ea. V P, Lou= Br, ck~. Secy. & Treas. Ste~ Bncke~L Ca~, Tebscco. DnxJs & Sunddes GERV/NG." Greater Balbmore Area SALESPERSONS: 7 A. S. BROOKS & COMPANY, INC. 416 Maryland Avenue C~meddge MD 21613 (301) 226-2911 Archio Greeks, Pros. Golda Brooks. V.P. Darlene Jones. Secy.. Treas, GALES MANAGER. Archie Brooks BUYERS AND PRODUCTS; Archie Brooks; BURCH & WISE, INC. General Delivery - Ro~lo 5 Menhac~:sville MD 20659 (301) 864-3103 Herbed J. D. Wise. Pres. Ss~tdce P. Wise. Secy., Treas. SALES MANAGER: Mark Wise BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: H. Wise; Tobacco prob. Mark Wise: C~ndy, Sonddes D. Davis; Paper Pred. SERVING: Southern MaryI~nd CALA BROTHERS, INC. 353 N. Gay Streel Bait~nor~ MD 21202 (301) 752.6575 J. Robert Cala, Pros. SALES MANAGER: Cen'oll F Cale BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: J. Robed Cala; All SERVING: Greater Balb'more Area SALESPERSONS: 3 CAPITAL CIGAR & TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. 2400 Schuster Dr~ve Chevedy Ind~st. Perk Chevedy MD 20781 (301) 773-8600 Bemard A. Ma~n, Bd. Chmn, P. Dennis Lowry, Exec. V,P. John R. Robbins, V,P. Sales Marvin Kahn, V.P. Dsve Hofmac. V.P. Cpns. Angala Karekss, (~r, March. SALES MANAGER: John R. Robb~ns BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Steve Murray; Dir. Purch. MeW Joe Crabtree; Cigt.. Cigars & Tob. Buyer Jeanetto $tdngfield; Csndy & Sonddos Buyer SERV/NG:W~sh. D.C., MD,. VA., WVA.. PA., DE, SALESPERSONS: 20 BRANCHES.. 5; Sea Ponesylvanla. Virgini~, Vermont CARROLL COUNTY FOODS 14958 New Windsor Rd. Now W'~ndsor MO 21176 (301) 775-7600 CASH & CARRY 3601 Weshingtofl Blvd. Galt~more MD 21227 (301) 539-6134 CASH & CARRY 340 W. North Ave. Baltimore MD 21217 (301) 726-2077 CASH & CARRY 1225 Sahsbury Gird. SaSsbury MD 21801 (301) 749-8145 CASH & CARRY Old Route 301 Welded MO 20601 (301) 645-4240 CENTURY TOE. CASH & CAR. 12184 Nobel $I. Rockvi6e MD 20852 (301) 904-9690 Sheldon Sadugor, Pros, A. CHERNEY AND SONS INC. D~v, of Greenwly Dist. Co. Inc. 3601 Washington Blvd, Baltimore MD 21227 A. CHERNEY & SONS DIvlalon of B. Gr~enw~,y Co., Inc. 3601 W~.shloEton Bk'd. Baltimore MD 21227 (301) 247-8300 Branch of:. B. C~een & Co., Ino,; See Maryland Boniam{n / Sigmano Pres. A, CHERNEY & SONS Division of G. Green & Co.° Inc. 3601 Wesh~gton Bird. BoOmers MD 21227 (301) 247-1822 (301} 247-8300 Benjamin L. S~gman, Pres. BUYER: Mary Sickfard SERVING: Ma~l~ld, Delaware, E~ste~n Shore of SALESPERSONS," 8 COPES CANOY COMPANY, INC° O~d ScheelhO'JSe Place Sharp(own MD 21861 (301) 883.3133 THE CREASEY COMPANY OF MARYLAND P.O. Box 3176 Hegorstown MD 21741 (301) 582-4990 Bre~ch OP. Creaaey Complny (Del=were)o Inc.; See Kentt~cky P. James F=~ey. Pres., Br. Mgr Joh~ Rudi~l H. F.. DAILEY TOBACCO COMPANY. INC. 7475 Candlewood Rd B,tsin',~e Cornr~o~s Industrial Pad~ LinS,,;¢u~ Hei~l~ MD 2rO~O (301) 796.,8700 R~hard O, Bum0atner, Pres. SALES MANAGER'N Mowstlaw SERVtNG:An~',e Anxtdslo Howard Co~'~es DAILE~oKO1-ZIH CORP. 210 Leg~:m Ave. Me 21401 R A. DAVIS & SONS, INC. 1111 S. ~ ~ BaJt¢~ore MD 21230 (301) Harold S~be~, Exe~ V.P. ~ALES M~N~ G~R. WaSte( Mas B(/Y~RS AM~ PRODUC~ B~ Lee<~ CaMy ~S. 3 T!56324152
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION "15 MARYLAND ADORESSrrELEPHONE/PROFILE MASSACHUSETTS WW 15 FAST'ON CANDY COMPANY, INC. 120 Aurora $I, P.O. Box 796 Easton MO 21601 (301) TA2.-2256 F & C DISTRIBUTING CO. Route 9 Box 145 Haoerstown MD 21740 733-0670 THE GEO J, FALTER CO. INC. 3501 Be~soct Ave. Balt~moce ME) 21~7 {301) 644-6414 Fra'~ H. Falte¢. St. Bd. Chrm~ Frank H. Falter. Jr.. Pros. SALES MANAGER." F~k Falter. Jr. BUYERS AND PRODUCT~: FOOD.A-RAMA INC. 8608 Ll"oe~'y Rd. Raodallstown MD 21133 GOLDSMIT-BLAGK, INC. OF MARYLAND David M. Brotmarkle, V.P. & Cigars B. GREEN & CO,, INC. Benjamin L. Green, Exec. V.P. HEARN-KIRKWOOD~ tNC, 7251 Standard Dr. Be~imore MD 21213 13011 342-3810 L~NDOVER WHOLESALE TOS CORP. D~v. of Giant MARJACK/MYERS CO. Elkton MD 21921 1301} 398-2565 MYERS CDY. TOB. CO., INC. 1352 Holton Dr. L~ngley Perk MD 20783 13011 SALESPERSONS: 8 • Franklin Sty. Baltimore MD 21223 13011 837-5900 PENN CANDY & TOBACCO COMPANY, INC, 2120 QUEBEC DISTRIBUTING COMPANY dlble Ca.~tal Ckjat & Tob, Co. tnc. 2400 Schuster ROE$SNER CANDY 345 E. ~t~stam St. Hagerstown MO 21740 (3011 739-1265 13011 73~1267 New Ea$1am Bird, Baltimore MO 21221 13011 SOUTHERN MARYLAND CANDY & TOBACCO COo, INC. Monk W1nkler SB:IVING:30-MgI Radius: Chides & SL Marys SALESPERSONS: 5 Mr. K~m. V.P. MASSAGHUSEI"rS ALPERT BRO~. INC. ~ .~ TP"~ BUYERS AND PRO~JC TS: Dotted Atpert; Ciolrsttee. Tobacco. ~ ~em New ~ ~MU~ARONS & ~ I~ P,O. ~x 1 MA O~ 16~7) 74~ 18~) 242-5~1 SAMOEL ARONS ~ SONS INC. (61~ 74~3~ (8001 242-~81 Ro~ ~t~. Pre~ Ja~ ~sey Ma~ SERWNG" ~st~. Cedo Cod & ~e SA~SP~SONS: 12 ~ ASH~R ~LES CO. 10 Crowtey AV~ Adds MA 01247 14131 6~-5301 BAY DISTRIBBTORS 54 Ne~ Rd. Bre~ter MA BELL TOBACCO CO. 314 P~o Ro~d t~ O~ard MA 01903 Rosa Le~e, G~. Mgr. R~hard De0, V.P. M. BERMAN & SON INC. 180 Cen~o St. P.O. Box 1940 Breekt~ MA 02402 1617) 58~4 SALES MANA G~: J~ Valatk~i~ BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: He~ed D. Ber~; C6ndy. Sundaes ~ Va~atkewi=; Cig~reHee, T~acco, S~kem Ac~. SERVING: 80~ila Radius: Br~ton Ar=a SALESPERSONS: 8 BILLY BOY CANDIES 133 W~ceste~ SL New Bedford MA 02745 16171 995-4556 JOSEPH J. BRAGA, INC. 570 No. Elm S~eet West B~gew~ter MA 02379 16171 583-0930 ~ C. BROGAN CO, 59 N. M~n SL N~k MA 01760 BRICK-HANAUER COMPANY 190 Felton Street Waltham MA 02154 16171899-1002 L~ard K. B~k, V.P. SALES MANAGER: Noil D. Bd~ SERVING: U.S. SALESPERSONS: 6 BROC~ON WHOLESA~ GROCERY CO. 297 M~tetio St P.O. ~x 696 Br~kt~ MA 0240316~71 FLAGST/~'F FOOCSERVICE ~ Ve~os ~Nay ~ A~m MA ~ (~) ~5-27~ ~ J. ~X AND ~MP~ g M~ SL La~ ~ 01840 GARBER BRO~ INC. SA~SPERSONS: 27 MA 02368 16171 341-~ GI~OS BROS.. INC. (413) B~NCHES: ;; ROe NOw York ~ 01604 (6171 75~4151 CHARLIE JOHNSON GROC. 563-0475 KENDALL CONFECTIONARY CO. BRODER COMPANY 220 Summer Street Worcesler 767 Concord Ave. Cambridge MA 02138 MA 01608 16171 752.4168 Morris SIo~ao. Pres. H. C. BROWN, INC. 46-48 Bass Ave. Gloucester MA 01930 (617) 283.2830 JAMES BRUDNICK COMPANY, INC. 219 Medford SL Malden MA 02148 (617} 321-6800 Irving S. Brudnick. Pres. Bernard Bru~Isk, Treas. SALES MANAGER: Bomard Bmdnick SERVING: Eastern MA SALESPERSONS: 12 BUTLER WHSLE. PROD., INC. 37 Pleee~nt SL Adams MA 01220 (4131 743-3865 14131 743-3886 irving Beshevkin. Treas. L A CANEPA INCo dlbla C~lepa Bros. Tob. & Can. Co. 76 Main Street AmeebuP/MA 01913 {6171 3B8.0264 David Smith, Pros. SERVING: 25-Mile Radius: Amesbury CENTRAL MASS FD. SNKS. 23 Royce St, Auburn MA 01501 CLIMAX CANDY & PAPER 160 Houghton St. North Adams MA 01247 J. F. COLLINS COMPANY, INC. 1 Roberts Cdve P.O. Box 227 North Adams MA 01247 14131 663-65O7 James R. Coll~. principal SALES MANAGER: Joseph H. Wolfe 8UYEFL" Joseph H. Wolfe SERVING: 75-Mi~e Radius SALESPERSONS: 3 CRESSEY DOCKHAM CO. parade Pl~ce.~dover MA 01610 16171 470-0100 16171 622-6~00 JAMES J. DUFFY, INC. 500 Rear M~ St. Ch=destown MA 02129 (617) LANDA TOBACCO CORP. 1219 Hyde Park Ave. Hyde Park MA 02136 (617) 361-5435 LESCO TOBACCO & CANDY COMPANY 1011 S. Water St. P.O. Box M 67 New Bedford MA 02744 16171 999-5205 Robed H. Lasso, Pres. Petor B. Leeco, Dlr.. V. P. Gordon Hickey, Gen. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Louis Souza SERVING:Cape Cod, Fall River & New Bedford ROGER A. LESLIE CO• 67f Webster SL Nodh Hanover MA LUZO FOODSERVtCE CORP. P,O, Box N1287 New Bedford MA 02746 16171 993-9976 R. J. MACKOUL FOODS INC. 76 Webster PI Ext. Worcester MA 01603 1617) 798.4423 MANOLI DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 434 Harr'~l Avaeue Boslon MA 02118 (617} 423.0347 MARACAS DIST. INC. 65 Green St. Jamaica Plain MA 02130 1617) 524-7037 R. Austdch, Pros. MAROUN BROS. INC. 75 Manchester SL Lawreece MA 01841 GEO. MELHADO & COMPANY 10 Merchant St, U.S. Rte. 1 Sharon Industrial Shar~x~ MA 02067 16171 784-5550 W. J. Albefts, Pres. SALES MANAGER: M. L S~tzer BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: W. J. Alberts; Ca~dy. Su~ddee B, L Schectsr; Cigaretles J. Gray;. C~. Tobacco TERRITORY SERVED: Easttm Ma~s & Southern N.H. & Rhode ~dw~d SALESPERSONS: 16 BRANCHES.. 1 NI~V ENGLAND ~q~(~.E.~M.E TOBACCO 161-.~ Mecnl~lc St Woblml MA 01~1 NO~N BROTHERS 27 ~t SL P.O. ~x 307 Mif~d MA 01757 1617) NORTH SHORE SA~S CO. 24 C~W SL P.O. Box ~7 Ev=e~ MA ~149 (6171 R~e~ Cop~; Ca~ SA~SP~RSONS: ~ A~ERT H. NO~NI &SDNS, I N~ Box 984 L~elI MA 0~8~ (6t7) 45~9183 A~ERT ~ NO~NI & SDNS, IN~ Br=n~ 395 L~w~y SL L~ MA 0190~ (617) 581-78~ O & C DI~T. 2~ ~do ~rk Ave, Jam~ Plan MA 02~0 pYA/MONARCH INC. 20~ ~ St. Evem~ MA 02149 (617} LOUIS PALL~ TOBACCO CO., INC. 7~ M~n S~eet Worc~ter MA 0t 610 (617) 75~-381 Cadt~ PaJley, Pres. & Tre~, BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: SERVING: Worcester CRy PA~ERINO WHOLESAL~ INC. 12 C~ne Strut ~u~b~dge MA 01550 16171 764-8394 Gre~w A. P~meHno, Tre~. S. Antony C~m~, Se~ BUYERS AND PRODUCT~" Gr~ A. Palmarino; Ati SERVING: ~ ~ntral W~estor E~tem Hampden Co~ PARKER CANDY CO. 69 Alden St. F~I River MA 02723 16171 672-6791 GEORGE PARKER CO. 54 C~h~g St. Medford MA 02155 A, S. P~ERSON INC. 315 uni~ SE R~kl~ MA 02370 Ro~d S. Petemon, Pres. & Treas. S. S. PIERCE COMPANY 1045 She~dan St. Westover In.steal Park Ch~e MA 01021 14131594-5571 S" ~ PIERCE COMPANY 241 W. HousetoPs ~slield MA 01201 {4131 442-1556 S. ~ PIERCE CO. F~/e~ce Div~oo 10 ~l~ood St. Wobum MA 01888 (6171 935.7900 POLEP CANDY & TOB. CO. INC. TDC ~vel~m~t ~. 705 Me~w St. Ch[co~e MA 01013 14131 592~141 Mo~er A. Polep. C~ Bd, S~uel ~te, Vise Ch~. ~. D~ald Hailer, ~ce C~n. Bd. Je~[ey M. Potep, Pres. G~rge A. Preelx, ~. V.P. L~n Bel~ky, Tre~. R[~ard F~eston~, V.P. Sal~ Peter Mel~, Jr., March. Mgr. SALES MAHA GER: Ri~a~d PatNski BUYERS ~ PRODUCTS: D~a~d Met~er; C~dy & Toba~o Pr~uc~ No.and Stockade Clare Qeo~ P~o~x; S~ri~ Ray CoylY; HB.A. SERVING: 250 mi, ra~us ~lud~9 Western & Can. MA, all ~&RI ~. NY&~ ~P CANDY &TOBACCO CO. 8mthe~ D~L P.O. ~x 2010 Sp~ld MA 011~ 14131 592-4141 PRIME TOBACCO COMPANY 23 S~w St. Rt~urg MA 01420 16171 ~2~837 Stanley B~k. Pros. L Tu~er ~, Treas. Jemld Bu~. Clerk SALES ~NAG~: M~e ~n~ BUYERS AND PRO~CTS: SERVING: No~ Wor~ Co~ SALESPERSONS: 4 RAND CANDY CO. INC. 273 L~ox SL No~ MA 02~2 762~ D~ C~len, Pr~ ROSE TOB. C~ 294 ~y SL Ta~t~ MA ~780 ROS~BL~M'S IN~ 3t ~ex SL ~v~l MA 01830 242-0(}99/0094 (617) 242.0096 George P. Ouff~. Pres.. Treas. BUYERS: ~hn Du~7 SERVING: Boslor~ M~ss ROBERT D. DUMBRECK Beers Plain Rd. No~hf~d MA E & J DISTRIBI.~ INC. Zl Ner~.~P~en MA 01060 (413) "file GEORGE D. EMERSON CO. 51 McG~ Hwy. Some~lle MA 02143 (§17J 625-.5400 EN1~.RPRt~ ClGT. SERVtCE INC. 55 e1144 (617) ~ JAMES FERRERA & SONS, |NC. MERIDIAN TOBACCO 9 Me~'ta~ St. E~st Besio~ MA ROYAL FOODS PRODUCTS 02129 16171 567-4~ 1207 Bemadston Rd. Green~ld MA 01301 14191 MICRO DISTRIBUTING 16 S~xth Rd. Wobum MA 01801 MILLBROOK DISTRIBUTORS INC. Route 56 P.O. Box 218 Lodestar MA 01524 16171 892-8171 L~I Oiverl; Toblu:x~lCandy Buyer S~=tWNG: New ~ SALESP£RSO, V~: ~ Mtt'rUAL S/I~LES L.~,ee~ee MA ~41 773-7076 1 =wrenc~ FL Houls, Owner SALEM FRUIT COMPANY Colcr~ial Rd. Sa;em MA 01945 {617) 744-5330 SEDER FOOl] CORP. Route ~0 Palmer MA 0106~ (413} 596-3~16 THE SEK.ER CORP. 153 Be.=o~d Ave. WalU~n MA O2154 (5171 ~ 5HEFFtELD PRODUCE CO• Route 7 ~effie~d MA ~401 TI56324153
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCOICOHFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION WW 16 MASSACHUSETTS ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE MICHIGAN ~ 16 BLtYERS AND PROOJCTS: Jeha Cavatx,crl=; TObaCcO. ~, S~ JACK SMILUE INC. ~P~ DI~RIBUTORS 1~ Alwde Br~k ~. C~ MA ~142 ~ MARE~ C~ 6~ Mr. Auburn B~nch DE ~ner Food SI~; ~e 101no~ J. L. SULLIVAN CONFEC~ONERY, INC. 1987 D~er Ave. ~r~ester MA 02124 (617) 82~12~ ~s Bay, ~es. 01020 (41~) ~2~897 T & S WHOLESALE INC. 314~1B Hi~[~d Ave. ~me~lJe MA 02144 (617) ~5-7589 (617) 6~7636 An~y K. Teebagy, Pre~, Try. James M. Teob~gy, V.P. & ~r. M~ R. Teeb~gy, Clerk SALES ~NAG~: Anth~ K. Te~agy ~YERS AND PRODUCTS: An~y K. T~bagy; All ~R/TORY SERVED: ~0 mils ra~us SA~ERSONS: 4 TAU~ON TOBACCO COMPANY INC. 15 M~ L~e P,O. Box 743 T~unton MA 02780 (617) 824-8031 ~fl~m O. Antine, Pdndp= SA~S MANAGe: Affred Mona, Jr. BUYER: Edw~d Meo~ SERVING: 25-Mile Red(us: SA~SPERSONS: 2 TA~ERS, INC. 02154 (617) 693-2065 Brace K. ~i~re, V.P. & Mgr. TRIGO VENDORS ~mn of E & S Dkb~butom, Inc. ~ O'Neil ~s~pton MA 01027 MA 02140 UNION TOBACCO COMPANY, INC. 2305 Pur~aso St. P=O. Box E63~ New Bedford MA 02746 (617) 992-7948 (617) 994~667 SALES M~NAGER: Doris Pav~o BUYER: ~fis PaveD S~NG:New B~lord Area, er=s¢ol C~ty SA~SP~SONS: 3 WATERFRONT SERVICE CO INC. lt~12o West Fou~ St. Sou~ Bost~ MA 02127 (6~7) 2~467 R[c~rd C. Hurley, Pres. & Treas. WESTERN MASSAGffUS~STOBACCO & CANDY CO., INC. ~71 Interstate Dr. West Spcingfietd MA 01~9 (413) 797.4331 WHITE STAR CONFEGTIONARY CO., INC. 10 Ly~ St. ~ffsfield MA 0120~ (419) 443-473~ E~d S. M~, Pres. p~ip E, M~se~, ~ MANAGe: C~des ~nter~o BUYERS AND PRODUOTS: ~ilip M~eW; C~dy, T~, S~ddes & S~HNG: Western Mass. SA~SPERSONS: 5 YANKEE PRODUCTS CO. 594 M~l~buw St. Worceoter MA 0t610 (6t7) 7~-5273 ~LUAM ~ & SONS, INC. 101 Fr~ Ave, P.O. Box 242 Br~n~ae MA 02184 (617} ~86.~70 (617) MICHIGAN A-1 DI~RIBUTING INC. ~ C~rd Detr~ MI 48211 (313) ~2-7632 ~ ~ ~ Pr~. ~.O. Box 1768 G~ ~ MI 4950~ (616) A~IRALT~ACCO W~ESALE MARVIN ALBERS CO. ~ ~ 9~ P.O. Box 5~-B H~l~d Mt 49423 (616) BUYERS &PROOUCTS" Jc"~.s John=to~. Frozen Food S~RV~G 250-Mile Radiu¢ Ncxl~ern MIch~ga~ SALESPERSONS" 4 BRANCHES. 4; See Michigan ~RRY ALTMAN & SONS 16921 L~err~ Ave~ AUTO CiTY CANDY COMPANY SALES MANAGER: Joh~ G. Levy 49770 (616) 347-8241 48661 (517) 345-0291 Rrlach oP. Beretdeen Cindy Co.; See Michigan Dorothy Barlholomew, Sales Mgr. BARENTSEN CANDY COMPANY Robet~ L. Gideon; Cigars, Tobacco & Candy SALESPERSONS: 7 8RANCHES: 1; See Michigan Branch oh Schiller, Inc.; See Michigan BAY CITY MILLING & GROCERY CO. 715 McG~w St, BW City MI 49706 (517) 892-5593 Robert Koffman, Chrm. & Pros, SALESPERSCNS: 7 8RANCHES," 1; See Michigan BERKLEY WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 2946 Coolidge Hwy. Berkley M[ 48072 (313) 543-9566 BIELAK DISTRIBUTING BLOOM WHOLESALE CO., INC. BOS VENDING SERVICE Randall BoB, Owner BRYAN VENDING SERV. INC. 1251 Wright St. CAPITAL WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTING CO. 4~5-7206 De~ Spa,'~b~g; C.,~mdy Md~ Fl~d Haz~ pa~k M1460~0 {313~ ~43-150~ CENTRAL GROCERY CO., INC. BUYF-RS AND PRODUCTS: Lee Rosa~ Hal}a, New Foods Ed ~ Tot~ceo Paul Bell; Paper produ¢~ G. Ad¢'~ Froze~ D=ry F. Soob~a. J+ Ele~ch. C~Sy SERV/NG." Rk~. Leper, Saginaw, Bay C~y. SALESPERSON~. 4 CENTRAL SALES A, C, COURVILLE & CO., INC. DEABORN TOBACCO CANDY CO. SALES MANAGER: Kurt Staggemeler BUYER: Ave. Detroit M148238 EL-KAY DISTRIBUTORS CO. SALESPERSCNS: 5 F & Z WHOLESALE GAMBY CANDY CO. SALES MANAGER: Sallie A, Gates BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: GIRARD & GIRARD GITZEN COMPANY (906) 482.0040 MI 49429 (616) 399-2249 J & J WHOLESALE, INC. SALESPERSONS." 6 • N~OCR C,M~OY & ~ CO. 1~30W IC~R NUT PROD. 1~.~ Wand=. Ave. Femdale MI KENN~ B~S ~ W, M~ Av~e ML THE KING GROUP, INC. BRA~HES: 3; See M~ ~E ~NG GRiP INC, ~/M~lgzn G-~ ~}1 23 D~e P.O. ~x ~8 ~ M148507 (313) ~2594 Division oh The King Group, ]n~, SR Michigan J~k Sha~e, C~ef ~ec. Off. ~LES ~GER: G~W Stowel] BUY~5 AND PRO~TS: Harold Ter~ Tobeo~ & Kei~ Cu~e~ SuCres SALESP~SONS: 14 JOHN C. KLOSTERMAN CO., INC. 901 Po~ge S~eot K~am~oo M; 49001 (616) 381-0870 John G~zenga, V~. Evelyn DeKoakk~k, O~. Mgr. R~er O~m~d; C~dy SERVING: S~ we=orn M~. SALESPERSONS: 8 KRAINBRINK C~NDY 1340 ~r Pod Huron 48060 (313) 984-1279 L & ~JIROCH DISTRIBUTING CO., INC. 4030 E~tem Ave. $. ~ P.O. 6ox 8070 Gr~ Ra~ M149508 (616) 241~611 Ann J. Derby, V.P. A~n. Secy, Jim A~demon, V.P. Mktg. ~r~ Wi~ams, V.P. S~les Judi La~m, Tr~ & Cool Gord~ C~me~, V.P. Pur~. S~ES MANAGE~" Stanley Swayman BURRS AND PRODUCTS: D~ S~ke~; ~ocefies. Toba~o, Gord~ Czamecki; Ci~re~eo. CeDe, SERVING: Mi~, Pdm~n~y c~n acct. ~mu~out M~. SA~SP~SONS: 13 BR~CHE~" 2; See Ml~gan ~KE~ND C & C WHOLESA~ ORNERY CO, 2176 L~eton Ave. Muskeg~ MI 49442 (616) 777-2791 J~ S~u~te~, Di~. of Opns. J~ Kooyem S~V/NG: Low~ Pen. of MI S~ESPERSONS: 2 ~KE~ND CASH & CARRY Be~ton Dlvillo~ 1292 S. Cwstal Ave. Beot~ H~r 49022 (616) 926-8644 Mlch~ln Jack K~ger, ~. ~KE~ND CASH & CARRY G~d Trlveme Dlvllion 611 ~ke St. Trave~e Ci~ M149684 (616) 947~263 ~RSON & KRIEG, INC. 1010 W~ght SL M~rq~e MI 49855 D~gl~ E. LameD, V.P. P~ ~RSON SALES 4~70 Joy Rd. P~uth 48170 PETE ~RSON SALES Hubbard ~ke MI 49747 (517) 727-2~7 M K SAL~ 7165 M~ Ave. Detmit MI 48210 MACOMB TOBACCO & CANDY CO. 21411 ~=t~t Ave. Eeot Oetro~ M148~1 (313) 775-6162 J~es St~s, Owner S~ES MANAGER: M~el BUYERS AND ~O~CTS: Win. Fe~ C~ It¢~ MAR~N AND SNYDER PRODU~ Argue ~tr~t MI 46228 (313) 272~9~ M~SKENY WHOL~LE 7~4 W. MERCHANDISE VEND. CO. 11 ~ W~k=r N. W. G~ ~ ~ 495~ (616) ~ ~ M~S ~MP~NY 1410 28~ R~ ~ 4~ (616) 2~2175 MICHI~N CIGAR TI56324154
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION WW 17 MICHIGAN ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE MINNESOTA WW 17 MICHIGAN WHOLESALE CANDY & TOBACCO CO. 6720 Mack Aveoua Deb~t M148214 (313~ 923-280~ 4~1 (6~6) MONROE NOVEL~ CO. J~s G~. V.P. & Gan. Mgr. Wayne C~ SALE~ERSONS: 4 MOTOR ClW TOBACCO & CANDY CO. 24200 Ma~ SL CI~r Shores M148080 (313) 772-14~ MT. CLEMENS FR. & PROD. 60 C~teo ME Cin~ M148043 4~-15~ 293-1020 J~ Imp~stath. Pres. J. MURRAY & ~. 115 W. M~igan Avenue ML Pliant M148858 (517) 773-7566 N~S CANDLES 1436 C~p~ta~ N.~ B~e Cr~k MI P,O, Box 6~ tronw~ MI 49938 (~6) 932-5301 NORMAN'S, INC. 86 S. ~v]s~n St. Basle Creek MI 49014 (616) 968-6136 CiW Mt 4e706 (517) 894~504 NORTH~ND ASSOCIATE GROCERS, INC. (9~) 5~-9271 A~ur C~er. Gen. Mgr. & Tre~. SALES MANAGER: T. Trevadheo BUYERS ~ PRODUCTS: R. Ru~e]; T~a~o S~VING:5~M~le R~di~s: Up~r Pe~nsola, No~em W~c~n SALESPERSONS: 2 NORTH~ND TOBACCO CO. ~5 No~ Pa~ Street P.O. Box 1917 Bo~e Ci~ 49712 (616) 582-7732 Jack Ca~urn, Prss, Lu~ Cam~um, Treas. SUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Jack ~um; Atl BOd Bates; M SERVING: No.western Mash. SALESPERSONS: 2 NYDCO INC, 3600 To~ Detroit MI 48216 (313) 842-7071 N;~ Y~, Pres. O'BRIEN ~OLESALE & VENDING 819 Glenw~d Ave. Po~ Hureo M148050 (313) 985-7522 PEMBLE BROTHERS WHOLESALE 590 N. State St. St. Igna~ M149781 (906) 643-8444 B~r J. P~le, SA~S MANAGe: BI~r J. Pemb~e 8UYE~" S~VING: Mack.s, Ch~pewa & Lu~ Coun~es SALESP~SONS: 3 ~R~R SPECiAL~ ~. R~te 2 8ox 225 Saul( Ste flAFAL SPICE CO. 2521 Ru~eli St. Detroit M[ 48207 RIGGS WHOLESALE GR~ERY C~y/T~ 356~ M~igan Wayne MI 48184 721-7020 O, Riggs, Owner SABRES BAR SUPPLY 13931 E. Warren Oetr~t 48215 SAMICO WHOL~ALE ~ W. Jeffe~so~ Trenton MI SANDYS SPECIAL~ 521 Hardson St. ~y Ci~ MI 487~ SCAN~A PAPER P~U~S 15750 SCHIL~ IN~ Adrlln ~v. 127 S. ~ter Strut Ad~ M149204 (517) 2~1364 SCHILLER INC. petoskey Olvi~k~l 120 W, Sheridan St. Petoskey MI 49770 |616) 6473919 SCHILLER, INC. PO~IllC Divie.~o~ 1030 Doris pontmc MI 48057 (313) 373-5711 Branch of:. SchiBer, Inc.; See Mlchlga~ Ron Ranks SCHILLER INC. Sagintw DMl~on 290 W. Me, ely P.O. Sex 1364 Sagln~w M148601 (517} 755-2161 SCHILLER INC. SOD I~sion 827 As~f~an Street Saul1 Ste. Marie MI 49783 (909) 632-3386 SCHILLER INC. Traverae C~ty DIvis|on 1109 Woodmere Avenue Traverse C~ty M149684 1616) 946-4860 Branch of:. SchOlar, Inc.; See Michigan Je~y O'Connell. Gen. Mgr. SALESPERSONS: 4 SCHILLER, INC. Wyeodotte DIv. 4624 131h St. Wyandotle MI 48192 (313) 284-2525 WILLIAM SCHLEIMER & SONS 140o Bay St* Saginaw MI 45602 (517) 793-o471 W. A. Sc~oimer, Owoar SERVING: B~.y & Midlaod Count/as SALESPERSONS: 3 E. W. SCHMIDT/HAIGHT DIVISION DI¥. of the King Group, Inc. 2460 Soeth Industrial Highway P.O. Box 1508 Ann Arbor MI 48106 (313) 663-4135 Branch of:. The King G~oep~ Ine.i See MIc~tlgin Leslie G. George, St., Leslie G. George. Jr., Bocy. & Treas. SALES MANAGER: Leslie George St. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: John San(rock; Tobacco, Confeo6o~s Chuck Height; Surtdries. Dance Supplies Tony Wilutis; Drugs, Paper SuppSes SERVING: Southeast M~chigan SALESPERSONS; 9 SHELBY CANDY & TOBACCO CO. 7600 23 Mite Rd. Utica MI 48087 John Janowi~e, Owner L~rry Jeeow~ne, Gan. Mgr. " Mike Jenowine. Can, Mgr. SALES MANAGER: J. D. Sturdivant: GaD. Mgr. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Shidoy Jeoowine Sherry Jenowine SERVING: De(roar.Metro Area SALESPERSONS: 3 SIMONS BROTHERS 219 so. Main Svest P.O. Box 310 [shpemlog M[ 49849 (906) 486-9838 Charles C. Simons. Pres. Mary Lee Simons, V.P. SALES MANAGER,'Chades Simons BUYER: Charles Simeos SERVING: Marquette, Delta, iron, Borage Co~ntiss SALESPERSONS: 4 BRANCHES: 1; See MI SNACKTIME SERVICES 4393 Clay S.W. Grand Rapids MI 49508 SOD COIN VENDING CO. Walter c Bmt¢~. Pre¢ Robert J. P~kowski, V.P. ~tm G. Bame~, S~ &T~. VIKING FOOD ~ORES, INC. (616) 7~-3151 SALES ~G~" Ed~ Sag~ BUYERS AND PRO~CTS: J. R WALKER COMPANY INC. ABN~ ~ WOLF, INC. 8601 Mee~wdate P.O. BOx WOLVERINE CIGAR CO. SALES M~AGE~" B~ce N~sbaum BUYER: Wa~e & Oak(and (313) 237-0111 MINNESOTA ALBERT LEA WHOLESALE CO. (507) ~73-9302 SALES MANAGER: Ha~ Kelly SERVING: Fr~bom Coun~ SALESPERSONS: 3 130 Ridge Street P.O. Box 608 Saul( Salnte Marie MI AMUNOSON CIGAR & CANDY CO. 49783 (906} 632-2266 Pat Cleary, Owner SPECIALTY SALES CO. 804 Main Street Laose M] 49946 524-6445 Arlher Engel STANDARD CANDY CO. 22919 E. indestzial Dr. St. Clair Shores M148080 STATE WHOLESALE GROCERS 2465 Russell Detroit MI 48207 (313) 587-7654 (313) 567-8649 Louis Wohl, Owner J. SULAKA & SONS 15 E. 7 Mile Road Detroit MI 48203 SUPER FOOD SERVICES, INC. 5425 Dixie HW. P.O. Box Q Bridgeport Mt 48722 (517) 777-1891 SUPERIOR BEVERAGE 1770 E. Keating Ave. Muskegon MI 49442 SUPREME CANDY & TOBACCO 2714 Riope[le Detroit MI 48207 SYMONS BROTHERS & CO. 307 Liberty Street Box 1327 Jackson MI 49201 (517) 783-2781 SYMONS BROTHERS & COMPANY 485 E. South St. M. Amundseo Cigar ~nd Candy Co, 785612th Ave., S Minneapolis MN 55420 (812) 854.2222 Boyd Amundson, Partner ROSS Arnuodseo, Partner SALES MANAGER: Ross Admunddcn BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ross Amu~dson; Cigam, Cigarettes, Tobacco Boyd Amundson; CIg~'s, Cigsrettes, Tobacco SERVING: 26-Mgo Radius: Minnaapolis, So~th Su~rbs SALESPERSONS: 1 ASSOCIATED GROCERS Highway 30 East Bfoomng Prair MN 55917 Alexander A, Hosg ~li, Geo. Mgr, BARKALOW BROTHERS COMPANY P.O, Sox 690 Mit'~eapolis MN 05440 (612) 341-3024 Willi;~'n J. Steery, Pres. SALES MANAGER: R. J. Rohrbaugh BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Patrick J. Meyers, Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco, Sundaes SERVING: 15-Mile P,~dfue: Omaha. Douglas C~ty, BoIlavee, Sarpy City Arbor M14810~ (313) 663-8505 Jackson MI 49203 (517) 789-6572 SCHILLER INC. Baffle Creek DiV. 165 Grove Street P.O. Box 176 BaSle Creek Mi 49016 THRIFT PRODUCTS CO. SCHILLER, INC.. 1320W~gteo Ave. P.O. Box749 Bay C~y M14870~ (617) 894-2901 Branch DE SeMinar, inc.; I~ S~l~r, ~. C~. RW S~ler, Pr~. T~ S~ ~VIN~" ~0~: 70 ~$: 17; ~ M~ ~I~ I~ C~i~ ~n 7987 ~ 34 R~ C~c ~ 4~1 (616) 77~S7~ P,O. ~x~ ~d ~ ~7~ (S17) 7~-~4~ ~lL~ ~ ~. ~7~ ~ P~O 41-441h St. S.F- Grand Rz, p~ds Mt 49508 (616) 538-0930 Casey Lemmink, P'ms. TOBYS SPECIALTY CO. 320 [.zke Street Manistique MI 49854 (906) 341-5294 TREPCO 22340 W, 7 M~le Rd. Detroit M146219 (313} 534-5511 (313) 534-6512 At p~ulus, VP. TRI CITY D~STRIBUTOR 109 Me, in St. Ish~ng MI 49~49 VSA OF MICHIGAN 25~8~ Troiley ind. Dr. Tlytor MI 48180 VANS CANDY CO. 344 West 15th St. Hollsnd MI 49423 VANS SALES & SERVICE 6410 F- ~ Ada MI 4~301 576~664 VETERAN~ SUPPLY & D4~rl:IIBUTING SALESPERSONS: 2 BRANCHES: 45 BEMIDJI CANDY CO. industdat Park Dr. P.O. Box 827 Bem~dji MN 56~01 (218) 751.1357 CFS CONTINENTAL, INC, 1109 Zeoe Ave.. N. M=eoeapolis MN 55422 (612) 544*8681 Branch of:. CFS Contlnent~ Inc~ See llHnols Jern/FJowitz, Re~o~al V.P. CENTRE JOBBING CO. 223 South M~n Street S~.uk Centre MN 56378 (612) Orvilte Kle~schmidt, PreS. SALES MANAGER: Rick Kleinschmidt BUYERS: RK:k Kle~schm~it SERV/NG: 40-1,,4~ ~ Sierras. Pope. Todd & SALESPERSONS: 7 CIGARETTE SALES 770 E 7th St. SL Pa~ MN 55119 CO~T~NERTAL CRY~TAL. INC. 3981 W. 1st St. LLOYD CURRIE & SONS, INC. Ct~,~e's 18 N~I~ 19~t Ave West P.O. Bex ~35~ Dutu~ MN ~ (218] 727.1Sa6 A~t~e D. ~. Pres. B, R4,VC,,~ES: 1; See Ma-~eeo~ EARL DRAPER FOODS ~s CANDY C~ 302 H~ Ave. ~ MN FAIRMO~ WHOLESALE, INC. (50~ 235~36 SALES ~NAG~: ~ur~ F. E~esvold BUY~ AND PROD~: Lauren F. E~e~o~d. Cige~e~es, C~am. ~dy SERVING: ~westem Minneso~ ~LESP~SONS: 5 FAIRWAY FOODS, INC. P.o. Box 52 N~fie~ MN 550~ (612) 341 ~4~ {507) 645-9311 FERGUS JOBBING CO. 503 S~t~ She~ S~eot P.O. Box 716 Fetgus Fat~ MN 56~7 (218) 739-2231 Charles K~elie, Pres., Gen. Mgr. SA~S MANAGER: Ch~riss K~el~e BUYER: CHARLES F. FOX CO. IN~ 512 R~ D~e N.W.P.O, Box 216 Aus~ MN 55912 (507) 433~110 J~ P. Fd~. Pros. AI M~nberg, Secy.. Tre~. SA~S MANGER: Fred Cre~hton BURRS AND PRODUCZS: M~ael Bu@s~; All SER~NG: Sou~e~tem SA~S~RSONS: 3 FRI~ CO., INC. (612) 459-9751 Jim Fray. Pres, Leoard RohJf. V.P, ~YERS & PRODUCT~" Lyman F=; Candy, Tobac~ S~VING: 220-Mile R~dz~: Minnesota SALESPERSONS: 25 8511 1~ Ave. N~ P.O. Box 27359 Golden Valley MN 55427 (612} 545.8856 BOb Fd~, ~es., Treas. BUY~S AND PRODUCTS; ~b Fn~; Tobeo~ SERWNG: Met Twin Cil~ & West C~lral Minn. SALESP~SONS," 7 8RANCHES: 1; BOo Minnesota GATEWAY F~DS, MINN~POLIS 3501 M~m~l St. NE M~neapo]~ MN 55418 (612) 781~051 GATEWAY FOODS OF MINNE~T~ INC. 38~ W. 2nd St, P.O. Box 6046 Duluth MN 5~06 (218) 629-2251 GRAND FORKS GR~. CO. 105 4th St. N,E. East Gr~d Forks MN 56721 GRANITE CITY JOBBING CO. INC. 2731 Clea~ater Rd. St. Cl~d MN 56301 (612) 252-1782 Ral~ J. S~th. Pres., G~, Mgr. Vic N. Jude, V.P. Ru~ J~e, Secy., Tress, BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: R~ J. Smi~; C~dy. C~ar. S~des, C~are~es Michel S~; Vend Produ~s T~RITORY SERVED: Cont~l Minn~ta SALESPERSONS: 5 GRISWOLD CO~EE CO. 83~ 10~ Ave. MN 55413 HALVERSON CANDY & TOBACCO CO. 2533 Bl~ingt~ Ave. BO~ M~oa~s MN 55404 (612) 721.3307 L~ D~ck, Pros, SALES ~NAG~: L~ ~ck BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Leo D~peck: C~, T~ac~ & Su~ Pr~ J~ Kau~; ~. To~ & Su~W Pt~, walt~ ~emtt; C~. Tob~ & S~ SERHN~'~thern h=f of HANCOCK NELSON ~ODS CO. 807 ~ Ave. ~. P~I MN 55114 (612) ~7~1 ~YERS: HENR~ ~NDY ~. ~-151h Ave. E~A~ MN 56267 (612) 7~4444 HENRY'S CANDY CO. Gr~ Rbe~ R~d P.O. BOx ~0 M~ MN 56267 (~2) TI56324155
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY D~S'I'RIBUTION ~ 18 MINNESOTA ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE MISSISSIPPI WW 18 A. H. HERMEL CANDY & TOBACCO CO. Highway 22 North. FLFL 5 P.O Box 71 M=nkato MN 56001 (507) 387.5634 Howard A. Hen'ne[, Pres. ~ H~m~l, V.P. SALES MANAGER: John Herm~ BUYERS ANO PRODUCTS: D~o~d Hal~ck: Candy & Tobacco John HermeS; Sundries & paper O~ve Hermel; Venting SERVING.65 rode red=us SALESPERSONS: 6 HONOR SNACKS OF MN 5249 W. 73rd SL Edina MN 55435 (612) 831-5440 BOYO HOUSER CANDY & TOBACCO CO. 307 N. W~sh;ngton Avenea Mioneepolis MN 55401 (612) 332-0315 HUE~S WHOLESALE CO. INC. 25-9 1/2 St S. E P.O. Box 6596 Rochester MN 55901 (507) 289-8587 Branch oP. Chel F. Fox Co., In~. Ridph Glger, V~P. & Gee. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Jerry Luttchens BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ralph Giger; Tobasoo, Confections & Sundry SERVING: Southeastern MN SALESPERSONS: 5 JACKSON SUPPLY 602 2nd Slrsot Jackson MN 56143 James Jasper. Owner JIMMY JINGLE INC. 2601 Second Ave. S. Minneapolis MN 55408 JOHNSON TOBACCO & CANDY CO. 425 Front St. P.O. 8ox 686 Br~inerd MN 5E401 (219) 525.2508 Vi¢ Jude. Prss. Ralph Smith, V P. SALES MANAGER: Don LyeeaLs BUYERS AND PRODUOTS: Don Lyoni~s Candy, Tobacco, Cigarattee, C g;rs, Paper Prod., other re atsd terns SERVING: 60 n~les radius SALESPERSONS: 5 . JUDE CANDY & TOB. CO. 19 Induetr~.t Blvd. Litchfietd MN 55355 JUDE CANDY & TOBACCO C. 3005 Nis.gara Lane Plymouth MN 55441 (612) 559-7270 Victor N. Jude, Pres. Do.lid C. Smith, Exee. V.P. JUDE CANDY & TOBACCO CO., INC. 510 North Street East P.O, Box 304 Maple Lake MN 65958 (812) 963-3411 Victor N. Jude, Pres. SALES MANAGER," Peter Jude BUYER: Peter Jude SERVING: 56-Mile Radius: W~ght, Hennep~n, Steams, Mocker & Sherbume SALESPERSONS: 5 HERMAN JUNKER CANDY CO. 1102 S, 2nd Street Stillwatsr MN 55082 {612) 439..3670 LAKER SALES CANDY & TOBACCO 1920 N.W. 5th SL Far~eult MN 55021 (507) 332-7722 LAKES JOBBING & VENDING 1010 Industrial Park P.O, Box 691 Detroit Lakes MN 56501 (215} 847-5451 ED MARTIN & SON 4735 Division Ave. White Bear Lake MN 55110 (612) 429-7626 260 Wedene MN 56452 (218) 631-2220 MC DONALD DISTRIBUTING CO. P. O. Box 536 R~h City MN 55069 (612) 358-4734 MEADE CANDY CO. Marshall MN 56258 MINTER - WEISMAN CO. A, W~srnan Co. 1035 N~tha~ Lane Minneapolis MN 55441 (612) 546-3700 Max Rulman, Pres. Ma~ha~t Siege~. Secy. P=ad Weiunan, Cousuba~t LarDy K~ffer, V.P. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: James Hrehe; V.P., Oper. Mgr. IP/Sedrlnsky; Senior Buyer In/Efron; Spec~lty C~ody MONTE CANDY CO. P.O. BOX 489 Meetevk~ee MN 56265 (612) 269-8453 NASHoFINCH CO. 3~81 Gotham M~apo~ MN 55426 (612) ~29-o371 H~o~d B. F~Ch, Pree~ & CEO Hato~ B. F-c~h, Pros.. COO BRANCH~S: 11: Se~ Notlh Otkota. $ee~ D~kot=, NEW ULM WHO(..ESALE INC. 201 Fast :St N. New Ukn MN 86073 NEW YORK TEA COMPANY 616 Va,,",d=l= St. St. Ptul MN 5~114 {612) 645-O282 pyMMONARCH INC. 5~01 Wayz~l~ ~ ~ MN 85416 ~SlL~ 544~16~. IrmA/MONARCH INC. 14~0Za~.~e~Ave. SP.O Box RED OWL STORES~ INC.. Sub Gmble - Skogrlm P.O. Box 329 Mionea.~oks MN 55440 (612) ~32.2394 REYNOLDS WHOLESALE CO. 4909 Highway 52 Noflh Box 6167 Reehe~tet MN 55903 {507) 269-4511 Rocky Bomdt; Catalog ROTI'A INCORPORATED ST. CLOUD JOBBING CO. (512) 251-5956 Park MN 56387 AL SANDSTROM CO. OF DULUTH, INC. Harold Wage~b~ch, V.P. AL SANDSTROM CO. SERV/NG: Nodhem Minoesola SCHMIDTCO SEGAL WHOLESALE INC. 531 Rk~a St, St. Rau; MN 55103 (612} 224-5803 St. S.W, Wacoc~ MN 86093 (507) 835-2450 SULLIVAN CANDY CO. SUPER VALU STORES, INC. P.O. Box 990 Office P.O. Box 126 Minneapolis MN 55440 S. RABE SWEENEY/J. A. "JIM" ERICKSON {218) 741-9067 SALESPERSONS: 5 TWIN CITY CANDY & TOBACCO COMPANY 1065 TYLER WHOLESALE 117 W. Hughes Tyler MN 56178 VALLEY WHOLESALERS, INC. SALESPERSONS: 6 Sou~l Hwy. 6~ Camb¢~dge MN 55008 (612) 689-4766 Robe, rt (Bob) W~tson. Owner. Pres. BUYERS A.NO SALESPER$ON~. 4 WlTr VENDING CO. 301 ~ Ma~ ~ MN SS~7 (SO7) 492-T/T& MISSISSIPPI BREI'-r WHOLESALE GROCERY P.O Box r 55 Sumn~ MS 38~57 (601) 375-8361 Vernon T Bruit, Owner, Mgr. BRIGGS TOBACCO & SPECIALTY CO. 504 Sogth Cas~ p O Box 4~ Co~f~h MS :38834 (~01) 286-3312 E S Bdggs. Own~ SALES MANAGER.. Wayne Rrlggs BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Larry Brig,s; All Products SERVING: No,Ibex.st M=ss. BROWN CIGAR & TOBACCO CO. 210~ Cherry Street V'¢ksburg MS 39180 (601) 636-4082 BROWN WHOLESALE CO., INC. 715 Sooth M~in St. Riploy MS 35663 (601) 837-8458 TIcor Brown, Buyer CAPITAL TOBACCO & B PECIALTY CO., t NC. 124E South St. P.O. Box.8037 J~,ckson MS 39204 (601) 354-3485 CARNELL CANDY COMPANY 4 W. Main Street New Albany MS 38652 CENTRAL TOBACCO & CANDY COMPANY 700 Nexasdar Street P.O. Box 70 Greenville MS 38701 (601) 334-4673 W, L. Morris. Jr. CENTRAL TOBACCO & SPECIALTY CO. 367 E. Go,'an Street Gr~ada MS 38901 (601) 226-6221 E. C, Neeliy SALES MANAGER: E. C. Nee~ly BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: E. C. Nee[ly SERVING: 46-Mile Radius: Grenada County and Each Adjoining County SALESPERSONS: 2 W. P. CHANCELLOR & SONS 1216 Jefferson SL Macon MS 39341 (601) 726-4266 CITY TOB & CANDY CO. 950 Hwy 4~South West P01nT~ MS 39773 COAST CIGAR CO., INC. 745 Reynoir Street P.O. Box t 184 Biloxt MS 39533 (601) 432-2592 COCHRAN CANDY CO. 516 Louise St, HattJesburg MS 39401 THE COLE BROTHERS CO., INC. p. O. Box Philadelphia MS 39350 (601) 656-.3404 COLE BROTHERS & FOX CO. Delia Dash Wholesale Gro. 252 Y~ndell Ave. P,O. Box 367 Canton MS 39045 {601) 859.1414 (601) 859-1415 James H. Fox, Jr., Pres. Cecil (3. Fox, V.P. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: C. C. Fox, St.; DW Groceries' Harry Coono~; Tobacco J. H, Fox, Jr.; Candy, Nohees Bill Fox; Foods SERVING: 100 mile radius, Canton, Miss. COLE & TERRY, INC. 301 N. Arc~Jsa Ave, P.O. Box 110 Quitman MS 39355 (601) 776-6621 C. L. Cote, Pros. SALES MANAGER: C. L. Cole BUYER AND PRODUCTS: SERVING:BOu~heest Miss. & S~Jthwest Ale. SALESPERSONS: 3 COMMERCIAL DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 1903 Sout~ Green St. Tupelo MS 38801 (601) 842-4785 R. P. Long, Pres. K~tly Long, V.P. Don Long, Secy., Trees. SALES MANAGER~," R. P. Long BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: R. P. Long;, All Dee Long; All C.J. McCarty; All SERVING" 50 mile rad~Js of Tupelo SALESPERSONS:. 4 CORR-WILLIAMS CIGAR CO., INC. 2223 Second street P.O. Box 1469 Medd~an MS 39301 (801) 693-6081 Mrs. J. C. McNeal. Pres. A. S. Payne, Jr., V.P. Mrs, J. G. Brown, $ecy., Trees. SALES MANAGER: Mrs. J. G. Brown BUYERS AND PRGOUCTS: Mrs. J. G. Brown; Evewlhing We Handle SERWNG: Meridian. Miss~si~ & 13 Sun~ Co,unties*Approx. • 50 m~ ~dus SALESPERSONS: 6 CORR WILUAMS TOBACCO CO~ IRC. 442 N. Mdl St. P=O, Drawer '~570 Jackson MS 392~ (601) CORR WIllIAMS TOBACCO CO. OF COLUMBIA 313 2rid St. P.o. Box 32 cck~t~ MS 3~429 736-4701 SALL~/.,~4/~GER: G~:~e E. Smitlt Ge~kl Sanders E~ ~ St P.O. B~ 1e04 ~ M~ 351~0 l~anch of:. ~ l~$tr'ibu~ng Co.; See Albert S. ~. Jr, Prss, ~ ~'A~ S. Co~. Jr A~ S. ~. Jr. ~S~S 3 FRANK P. CORSO~ INC. 515-519 Ca~t Street P.O. B~ 488 ~o~ MS 39530 (601} ~7 F~k P. ~o. Owner SALES ~NA ~R' J~ Ei~r B~ERS ~ PRODUCTS: J~s E~ C~ Hamey 8~NG" 8~1e Ra~: S.E M~si~i~ SALESPERSONS: 10 B~NCHE~" 2 FRANK P. CORSO, INC. 39401 (601) 582-15~ R P. Carso St,, Pd~lpal J. C. C~so. P~pal SALES MANAGe: C~I J. Hawey J~. Cad J. Ha~ey SERVING: 9~Milo Rad~s SALESPERSONS: 4 ~ T. CRA~ WHOLESALE RI, 1. Box 16 Ma~e MS DELTA VEN~NG CO,, IN~ 231 N. MO~O Y~oo Ci~ DIS~IBUC~GREENVI~E P,O. 8ox 280 Grenville MS 38701 (601) 378-9101 DIXIE TOBAC~ & CANDY CO. 105 Main SL P.O. Box 541 Sbaw MS 38773 (601} 7~-5361 E & H ~OBA~O CO.~ INC. t 6~ Paleeene Road Box 1016 P~yune MS 39466 (601) 798-5143 FLYNT WHOLESALE CO., INC. Columbi~ MS 39429 (601) 73~491 Ray ~rg~ L W. GATEW~D WHOLESA~ COMPANY P.O. ~x C Fo:est MS 39074 (~1) 469-1383 GULF STATES CIGAR CO. 1011 ~othy ~no Ha~eeburg MS 39401 (~1) 582-3532 Dal~ Bounds, Mgt. SALES ~NAGER: J. C. ~l~y SA~SPERSON~. 4 JOHN HALEY CO., INC. dba J~n Haley T~a~o Co, 400 W. Peace S~est C. W. Haley, Pree. Ann S. Halay, V.P. Thos, E. Tucker, S¢~,, Tr~s. SALES MANGER: ~os, E. Tucker BUYERS ~D PRODUCT~ Connie M. T~ker; Can~. S~ddes ~os. E. Tucker; SA~SP~SO~: 2 HAMMOND WHOLESALE COMPANY 204-206 N~ Front st, P.O. BOx 72 ~ MS 38967 (601) 2~-2032 E, A. H~, Gen. E. A. H~, Jr., Oparat~g BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: L E. Tow~end, J~.: T~acco R. B. ~e; Conf. SERVING: 7 ~ty area in N. C~tral Mi~l~ HARRY B~DY WHSLE CO, 727 E~ West Point MS 39773 HA~ESBURG GR~ CO, H~urg MS 89401 ~ESBURG GR~ERY CO. 219 Market St. P.O. Box 350 Haffi~u~g MS 39401 (601) 584-7544 S. P. H~GES WH~ 310 L~dmm Dr. Ko~ko MS JACKSON CIGAR & TOBACCO CO:, INC. 828 S. G~llat~ SL P.O. ~x 25~ J~ks~ MS 39207 (~1) 352-~47 V, L Kwee SALES MANAG~: W. H. ~ar BUY~S ~ND PRO~CTS: V. L SALESPERSOn. 6 MAL~K J~EPH TOB CO, 1520 Che~ SL V~ MS 3~180 MALICK JOSEPH TOBACCO CO. 1620 ~rw SL V~g MS 39180 (~1) ~3~71 ~A~ MA~: ~t~ Jos~h BUY~S ~ ~: Ru~ C. K~: S~ ~" W~. ~ ~, M~ P~, L~ ~E JUSTICE CO. I~ W~ M~ ~ We~ P~ MS 3e~ KING N~N INC. T1563241 56
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ADORESSri'ELEPHONEIPROFILE MISSOURI WW lS WW 19 MISSISSIPPI L J CANDY CO. 2333 41#~ St. P.O. BOx 1~ Mend~n MS 39~01 (501) larry L~e, ~ 3~y Love, S~ ~S ~G~: ~ & J~y Love ~DY LEE FOODS ~UREL CIGAR & TOBACCO CO., INC. W. E. Elk,s, Bill W. Elkins, S~y., Tre~s. 39701 (~1) 32~2~1 ~IS GROCER CO. SALE~SONS: 6 Tupeid MS 36801 (601) 844-2447 (~1) 842-5851 Joe Hyde lit, SALES MANAGER: Max Herds De~mer Byrd SASLESPERSONS: 7 MC CORMICK & CO. W, A. MCDONALD & SONS James C, Mc~nald, Pa~er MCMAHAN C~NDY & SPECIALW CO. Hiway 6 East G~fpoH MS 39501 (601) 863-5833 THE MERCHANTS G~rge R. H~II, Pres. G~rge Shay S~WNG: Mississi~i SALESPERSONS: ~0 Box 1351 H=~s~rg MS 39401 (601) 583~351 MERIDIAN CIGAR & TOBACCO CO., INC. (~t) 483~592 S~E~SO~: 5 MONTe TOBACCO CO. INC. OF TUPELO (601) $42-7407 N~ D~AL ~B~O PEriIS CIGAR CO. INC. 416-414 J~..kee¢l AvaryJe P.O. Box 1136 Oxfo~ MS 3~655 (601) 234-4071 J. L PeB~s, C~m~ I~L Ben Pet.s, SALES MANAC-.c-'R: Ben PePis BUYERS AND PRO/~JCTS: Grovel K'mn~y;, Cigars, Paper Products. Cig. & SERVING" Norttr SALESPERSONS" 5 BRANCHES: 1; See PLANTERS WHOLF.~ALE GROCERY OO. 345 W Ta0ahatuhie Ave. Clarksdslo MS 38614 1601) 624-6526 RICES CONFEC~ONS 301 Gordon Street Hatliesburg MS 39401 (601} 583-3133 R. H. RICHARDSON & SONS, INC. 411 W. M~ SL P.O. Box 347 Lodisville MS 39339 (601} 773-3488 Jo J. ROGERS & SONS CO. BrOadWay & E610tt Streets P.O. Box 1069 Tepeto MS 38801 (601} 842-3311 THE RUSSELL CO. Highway 82 P.O. Box 871 Colurbbus MS 39702 (601) 328-4062 Branch oh 111e Ru~seit Co.; See P. B. Brewer, Mgr. THE RUSSELL COMPANY 605 S. Ga0atin P.O. Box 22688 Jackson MS 39205 (601) 352-5341 THE RUSSELL COMPANY Depot & 3rd St. SO. P.O. Box 857 WOadvflle MS 38669 (601) 888-3186 (601) 888-3187 Mississippi WiHard Ferguson, ~'. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Willard Ferguson SAM CANDY CO. 126 Parcel Dr. Jackson MS 30204 SMITH-TANRER WHOLESALE GROCERY, INC. 403 S. Main St. Forest MS 39074 {601} 469-4512 SOUTHERN TOBACCO CO. Highway 8 P.O. 447 Hc~ston MS'36651 Joh~ F. Lancaster. Owner SOUTHERN WHOLESALE CO. 101 E. Court SIrest P.O. Box 544 Brookh~.ven MS 39601 (601} 833-6761 SPENCER CANDY CO. Hwy. 76, West Hdity Springs MS 38635 (601) 252-3681 SPOT CASH SPECIALT~ P.O. Box 486 Kossiusko MS 39090 SPOT CASH TIRE & APPUANCES E. Govan St. Grenada MS 38901 (601) 226-3535 SUMMITTOBACCO COo, INC. Grant and Palmetlo Sis, P.O. Box 279 Summit MS 39666 (601) 276-7173 TAYLOR°S CANDY CO. 1519 Cox St. Jackson MS 39204 (601) 352-3462 Walter Lee Taylor, Mgr., Owoer Mrs, Ozid G. Taylor, Asst. Mgr PRODUCTS,, ConfecUonery items SERVING: Within 65 miles radius 0I Jackson TIPPAH WHOLESALE CO. P.O. Box 176 Ripley MS 38663 (601) 637-8141 Raiford Long, Pres. SALES MANAGER: Mike Lang BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: M~ke Long SERVING: 50-Mile Radius: N Mississippi & S BALESPERBONS: 4 BRANCHES: 2; See Miss;~sippi UNION GROCERY CO. INC. 604 Carter Ave. P.O. ~ox 327 New Albany MS 38652 (601) 534-5009 VICKSBURG SPECIALTY 3805 Washington St. G. H. WATKINS 122 E. Conlme~co St. P~O. Box 64 Aberdoon MS 39730 (601) 369-2572 WHrr'RNGTON WHOLESALE CO. 1008 Edwards St. P.O. BoX 67 Tunics MS 36676 (601) 365-2411 WIGLEY & CULP, INC. 724 Miesiss~ppi Ave. P.O. Box 789 Clarksd~le MS 38614 (601) 627-7276,7 H. A, W'vsley, Pres. Arm K. Wlglay. Secy., Troas. SALES MANAGER: Mark Wigley SERVING: North West, WIGLEY & CULP. INC. t 527 291h Ave. Guitport MS 39501 {601} 664.2092 WIGLEY & CULP, INC. S. Main SL Box 912 Lucedale MS 38452 (601) 047-2880 WILLIAMS BROTHERS Route 5, Box 82 PNladelphia MS 39350 (601) 656-2651 $TACY WILl JAMS COMPANY, INC. Columbus Divi$ion 181381hAve., S. P.O. Box2424 - FaJdane St~t~o~ Co~mboa MS 89701 (601) 328*1831 MISSOURI A-I FOOD CO. 4~60 C. O Batiks St. LO~S MO 63113 (314) 53.~L~046 (814) 535-2047 Mitob~ Pod~sky° P~es. ALLEN FOODS, INC. ~r~43 Pzge Ave. SL Lo~s MO 68114 (314} 4~6-4100 ANDERSON CLM~K. INC. 361 S. P.aza P~O. Box 71 ~ Gcardeau MO ~37~ (314} $3~o178 B~ Tume~, S~RV/NG. Cape G~rardeeu. MO =rod 110 n~e radius SAL~PERSONS: 12 AN~-P~ I~ ~ ~ ~= P O. ~ ~3~7~ Street K~ C~ MO ~1~ BOND WHOLESALE, INC. BUYERS AND PRO~GTS: SERVING: 15 ~an~es SALESP~SON~" 4 MA/~GER: Jim/~ BUYERS ANO PRODUCTS: Bill Cr~wfor~. Cigarettes. Cigars, Tobacco W.T. Crawford; Candy. Tobacco & Kenneth Wo~. Misc, S~Ct~.Ooxtlr & Kannatt, Mo. and 100 rage SALESPERSONS: 8 H. FRIEDMAN DISTRIBUTING CO. 3950 Ol~a Street St. Lo,J~ MO 63108 (314) 531-1166 Harvey Fdedmano Pres. Eva Friedman, V.P.. T~es. BOr~ Fnedman. Secy. SALEB MANAGER,- Barry Fdedman BUYERS AND FRODUCTS: Barry Fr;~rtan; Candy David Grat~am; Sundry items & grocerys Ha.way Friedman; Tobacco items Gelid I.a~dsbaum; Health & Beauty SERVING-St. Louis Metro Area SALESPERSONS: 5 G & B CONFECTIONS Rural Rte. 1 Moxico MO 6526~ GALLOP DISTRIBUTORS CO. 6356 Martin Luther King SL Louis MO 63140 (314) 382-I 155 GENER~J. CANDY CO. 4800 Ofeatha St. Louis MO 63116 (314) 353-1133 GENERAL GROCERY CO° P.O. Box 7049 SL L~JiS MO 63117 (309) 662-5353 (314) 962-3131 GLENN CANDY CO. 1707 S. 131h Ave. Ozark 65721 ALBERT GRAHAM SALES 6419 Easton Ave. St. Louis MO 63133 GFL&ND CANDY & TOBACCO CO. Div. of Paul W. Crow Inc. 4802 Natural Bddge Avenue St. Louis MO 63115 (314) 383-0726 J. J. GRIESHAMMER 1910 W. M~dn St. Jefferson City MO 65101 RAY HALL COY CO. RIo. 6 Lebanon MO 65536 Vo B. IM, LL WHOLESALE CO. P.O. Box 269 Monett MO 65706 (417) 235-3111 HAV A SNACK INC. 236 Axmlnfster Fontor~ M O 63028 DONALD HAYDEN Perryville MO 63775 L N. COFFMAN CO. INC. HERBS DIST. CO. 201 w. Fourth Street P.O. Box 151 S~dem MO 65560 (314) 729-6632 W~ngton MO 63090 (314) 239-3876 Max J. Coflman, Pres. SALES MANAGER: S. N. Ball BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: S. N. Ball SERVING: 50-Mile Radius: CRAIG DISTRIBUTING CO. 404 carry SirDar Salem Mo 65560 (314) 729-6131 (314) 729-6621 Farris L Craig, Pres. Alice L Craig, Gerald W. Craig. Exec. V.P. Jay C. White, V.P. Finance Bonzll Radford, V.P. Operatio~ls Gary A, Cr~J. V.P. Marke6ng Ken McGrail, Contr, & Credit Mgr, SALES MANAGER," Make Duggan BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: L~n'y Gibbs; Candy. Tobacco Danny Cox; Frozen Foods Cheryl Mitchell: Paper Products Ron Orr; Produce TERRITORY SERVED: 200 Mile radius SALESPERSONS: 27 CREN6HAW DISTR CO. 801 S. Maid Sikeston MO 63801 W. F. CROME & CO. 300 S. Wash=ngton Street Clil~tan MO 64735 {816) 889-3357 D & J WHOLESALE 417 Washi~gtan St, CNIhcot~e MO 64601 DAVIS CATERING CO. 1229 S. Vandeveter St. Louis ME} 63110 DOLGIN CANDY & TOBACCO CO. 5040 Arse~,l Street St. Louis MO 63139 (314) 664-4444 Gilbert Ddig~no Chrrcn Joe Nobman, Pres, Robert Oolg'~, Secy. James Rothborg. OiL Mktg. BUYERS: Gilbert Joe Nehmen James Rothenberg SERVING" Missouri, 6finois SALESPERSONS." 20 ERICKSON & SON CANDLES Star Road Eidon MO 65026 1314) 392-5210 (314} 392-4536 Verue} Erickann Dermis Erickson, Owner L=ury Ericksrm. Owue~ SA~ON: I FEER}CK CANDY CO. 1818 ~rd Street Joplid MO 64801 (417) 624-6632 FLEMING CASH & CARRY 5320 Wk'lt~r Rd. Kz~zas Cdy MO 64127 {816) 231-6841 FLEMING COMPANIES, INC. 1100 ~ Avenue P.O. Box 7~ ~ CW MO $4141 {815) Brll',C~'l oh Fleml~g Com~unlel. I~.I See FOt~HEE C.~J4~y CO~ INC. s N. C..~ak~ ~t~et Herb Marquest. Owner HIGWi'OWER WHOLESALE 511 N. Marion St. Kirksvi[le MO 63501 (616) 665-4696 ILL-MO WHSLE CO. 432 Monger Handib~l MO 63401 INDEPENDENTFOODSCORPORATION 1304 Bout Blvd. SL Louis MO 63132 (314) 997-3530 ISIS FOOD~, INC. 5800 S61we~l St. Kansas City MO 64120 (816) 231-1111 ISIS FOODS, INC. 2210 S, 3rd St. St. Louis MO 63104 (314) 772-7900 JOPLIN TOBACCO CO. 1908 Ma~n P.Oo Box 2187 Joplin MO 64803 (417) 623-18~0 KAY-GEE FOODS 2029 Wyandotlo P.O. Box 19791 Kansas C~y MO $4141 (816) 471-3766 L & L SUPPLY INC. 1220 Vernon North Kansas Cily MO 64116 (816} 221-4707 LIBERTY CANDY TOBACCO 1322 M, L. Kklg St. Louis MO (314) 231-1900 MALONE & HYDE, INC. H;way 60 West P.O. Box 983 Sikesto~ MO 63801 (314) 471-2262 Branch oh Malone & Hyde~ Inc.; See Tennessee AI Fulton, Div. Mgr. MARCUS DISTRIBUTORS 48! 5 N. Undbargh Blvd, P.O. BOx 14137 Bddgoton MO 63044 (314} 731-7900 Nick K~akas, Pres. Tony Karakas. V.P. Larry Rummel, Wdlse. Opns. SALES MANAGER: Nick Lesinsid BUYER: Vernon W~eso SERVING: Missouri, Illinois MART DRUG COMPANY d/b/a O & J WholesaTe 417 W~hington St. Drawer B CNIlico~e MO 64601 (816) $46-2690 Jdiane Haas, Principal SALES MANAGER," EdWid /~J~derson BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: EdWin Andorson SERVING." 100-M6e Radius SALESPERSONS: 3 MC GLASSON DISTRIBUTING CO., INC. 304 Nebraska Avenue Colurl~ia MO 65201 (314) 443.6721 E. L Gl~scock, Pres. E. J. Kopin=, Jr., V.P. M. L Banskin, S~y. SALES MANAGER: M. L Bonsidn BUYER AND PRODUCTS: M. L BOns~ ~. Tobacco MERCNANT~ WHOLESALERS OF MISSOURI INC. 5040 Aree~,l Street St. t.~Jis MO 63139 (314} 664-4444 MERCHANTS WHOLESALERS, OF MO INC. IOSN Divismn St. P.O. 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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBU"rlON ~ 20 MISSOURI A.DDRESS[TELEPHONFJPROFILE NEBRASKA ~ 20 MIDWEST ENI~RPRISE~ 4620 Mocgenfocd SL Me 63116 MIDair.ST REFRESHMENT 1~ ~ ~trl SL MOUND CIW GR~ERY CO. 4~60~ S~ SL ~ Me ~1~ (314) ~2-39~ MOUND CRY IND. INC. ~ Meye~ Ca~ SALESPERSONS: 8 RATHBUN TOBACCO & SUPPLY CO. 510 N. Main ~ngfleid Me ~806 (417) 86~1831 S & W DIST. CO. 1966 8~ Bend Rd. Cape Girardeeu Me 63701 4314) J~ H~'s. 71 & 169 SL Jee~ Me ~5o6 (816) L~Js Me 63132 [314) 994-9269 SHARPS GRAIN & SUPPLY CO. Hi~y 17 P.O. BOx 8 Crocker Me 65452 4314) J~ MJt~ell, V.P. SALES M~NAG~: John E. Jose~ E. Sharp; Gee. Mdse. SERVING." E~tsm T~n,, Itl.. Kan~ ~ M~ouri SHR~AGK GIVENS GROCERY COMPANY INC. ~23~ (816) Ma~ SL P.O. Box 701 Sedal~ Me 65301 4816) Je~ers~ Ci~ Me 65101 (314) 636-7106 TOM BOY INC. 657~ (417) WA~ERAU INCORPORATED 8920 P~r~tl Rd. H~e~o~ Me 63042 524-~ Ro~ K. Cmls~ar, Pres. ~CHE~" ~0 BOa MI~H, See~ CaroS~. ~ E. WEAS~ INC. ~y ~ ~ Me ~147 (314} 231~212 M. S. WHITE WHOLESALE CANDY & TOBACCO CO., INC. 209 S. M~ kldepandence Me 64050 (816) 252-9616 Gen~ Zupauec. Pma. Ke~n Zup~nec. V.P. SA.£ES MANAGER:. G~be Zupanec BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: SERVING: 50.M~[B Ra~u=. oi Kansas CAy SALESPERSONS; 5 MAX E. YARBER CO. P O Box 421 Mountain Grove ZIDELL SALES CO., INC. 424 So. 8th st. St. Joseph Me 64501 (816) 232-3377 EISott Zidell. Pres. El~dna 23do11. Trees. SALES MANAGER: Eli~ott Zidell; Pres. Buyer: Eitiott Z~dofl SALESPERSONS: 4 MONTANA ANDERSON WHOLESALE 2 Fi~lh Avon'~e P.O. Box 31 Havre MT 59501 (406) 265-9674 BEAVERHEAD BAR SUPPLY CO. 129 N. Montana SL P.O. Box 269 Dillon MT 59725 CONTINENTAL-KEIL [NC. P.O. Box 31198 Billings MT 59107 (406) 252-5671 Branch of:. CF$ Contlnentll. Inc. Me'lion Heissr. Br'. EAST MONT ENTERPRISES, INC. 6(:}8 East Main P.O. Box 526 Sidney MT 59270 {406) 482.2910 AI Burgess. Pres. Phil Carter. V.P. Ressmary Burgess. Secy.. Treas. SERWNG: NoHhesetern Montana FOODS, INCo 214 2nd St. So. P.O. Box 1396 Great Falls MT 59405 (406) 453-5811 Andy Brower. Pros. Dan Brower. Secy.. Tress. BOlly J. BrowBr. V.P. SALES MANAGER: Da~ Brower BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Andy Browar; All items Ban Brower; All items SERVING: Montan~ SALESPERSONS: 6 BRANCHES: 1 GIERKE'S DISTRIBUTING CO. 215 N. 7th St. RRI Box 2299 Miles City MT 59301 (406} 232-1563 Georgo A. Glerke. Pres. Sole H. Glerka. Secy. & Trees. SALES MANAGER: George A. Gierke BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: George A. G~erka; All SERVING:All of Southeestem Montana SALESPERSONS: 4 GLACIER WHOLESALERS, INC. 16 W. Resolve Or. Kalispall MT 59901 (406) 756-9475 BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: W. Allen Arlint HARKINS WHOLESALE 445 Centennial Ave. Butte MT 53701 (406) 782-1265 Willla~ H. Hark.lns. Ptee. SERVING: BUilD HI-LINE WHOLESALE CO. 212 Benton Street Wolf Point MT 59201 (408) 6~3-1313 Bud Ault. Partner Tom Ault. Parlor SALES MANAGER: Norman Nedmd SERVING: Nortttsestem Meetana SALESPERSONS: 4 KINBRED DISTRIBUTING 5816 Jay Lena Missoula MT 59001 NELSON WHOLESALECO. 701 Utah BOttoMT59701 (406} 782-4847 PENNINGTON'S. INC. 911 River Dr. So. P.O. Box 2546 Great Fails MT 59406 {406) 453.7628 PENNINGTON'$. INC. 615 Oilfield Ave. P.O. Box 458 She~y MT 59474 (406) 434-2791 C L P~nn~tO~o Pdnc=pat SALES MANAGER: Benny Ruff BUYERS ANO PRODUCTS: Benny Ruf~ SERVING: N W montana SALESPERSONS: 3 BRANCHES: 1 PENNINGTONS INC. 2 Fifth Ave. Box 31 Havre ~ 59501 ROACH & SMITH. INC. 40~ Chaa~)~t Street An~cond~ MT 59711 (406) RYANS WHOLE~ALE FOOD D~STPJBUTORS A D~vl~'t of Super ValU ~lores, Inc. P.O. Box 30117 Bil~ MT 59107 (40~) 25'~.3805 RYAN$ WHOCE~ALE FOOO I~STEttBUTORS ~ MT 5~107 (4~6) 667"-1460 SERV)CE CANDY CO. 602 4in Ave, N~ P.O. Box 1794 ~ngs MT 5~103 {406} 252-2822 Donatd J. Bo~lln~er. Pras. M~y .Nln Bo~. V P Jack Bolltng~'. Tmas SALES MANAGER: Jack Boaln~er BUYERS AND PRODUCTS. Pt~l McBrido; Candy, Tol~cco. ~g Pdcher" Cigarettes SER~NG: B~I~-~3s & surr<x~l~j ares~s SALESPERSONS" 5 BRANCHES: 2; See Montana SERVICE CANDY CO t09 E. Me.de.all P.O. Box 1567 Boz~n MT 59715 SERVICE DANOY CO. 303 N. 10th St. P.O. Box 1260 Liv~gslon MT 59047 (40~} 222-2200 Rrlnch DE Service Candy Co.; See Montana Ed Bodmor, Br. M0r. SERVING.. IJvin~s|on & su~oueolng areas SALESPERSONS: 3 SHEEHAN-MAJ ESTIO WHOLESALE INC. 1301 Bout~ 3rd SL We~ P.O. Box 7248 Missoul~ MT 59801 (406) 543-5109 SHEEHANS OF HELENA 1324 Helena Ave. Helena MT 59624 442-4333 To~ Watson. Pros. Start First, Bocy. Bean Weedring. Mgr. SPITZ WHOLESALE War Boeeot Lodge Hwy. 89 Soulb Brownk'lg MT 59417 (405) 038.5611 (406) 338.5621 Rex Ingalls, Owner SALES MANAGER: Joyce Wagooer sPrrz WHOLESALE 2002 Sussex Ava. M[ssoula. MT 59801 STANLEY-THOMAS ENTERPRIZES INC. d/b/a Sbeob~n°s af Helena, Ion. 1324 Helena Ave. P.O. Box 1155 Helena MT 59624 (40~) 442-4333 Tom Watson, Pres. Stao Frost, Bocy., Trees. Dean Woodring, Gee. M~r. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Dean Woodd~g; Tobacco, Candy SERVING: Helena area SALESPERSONS:2 TANBE DIST. CO. Scobey MT 59263 TWO MEDICINE FAMILY WHOLESALERS P.O. Box A Brawn'llg MT 59417 (406) :336-2300 Chari~e Haddock, Co-Owner D~-dsa Haddock, Co-Owner VALLEY WHOLESALE 936 Philllpe P.O, BOx 3030 Missoula MT 69801 44061 72(}-2499 (406) 728-2464 Ron Sm;th, Gee. Mgr. NEBRASKA ABRAHAM WHOLESALE CO. 257 N. Main Street P.O. Box 309 Valenlino NE 69201 4402) 376-2841 Oon Abraham, Owner SERVING: North Central Nobrask~ ~d South Central Sou~h Dakota BLUFF'S WHOLESALE 107 West Overland Scottsbluff NE 69361 BOSSELMAN INC. Pump & P~try S. Hwy. 291 & 1-60 Grand Island NE 68901 (306) 388-2920 Gone Graves. BROKEN BOW WHOLESALE CO. 101 s. 9th st. Box 568 Broken Bow NE 68833 (~08) 872-5181 Judy Heeeing, Harvey Hennin0, Treas. Tom Harming, C~ry Harming, Pres. SALES MANAGER: Gary Henl~ng BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Gary Hennlng; All SERVING. 160 mile radius SALESPERSONS.. 4 CASH WA C~NDY C0. DIV./g6ed Merchandlzlng Inc. 731 41 W. 1st St. P.O. Box 748 HesUnge NE 68901 (402) 462.6311 CASH WA CANDY CO. OF KEARNEY. INC. 119 w. 19th St. P.O. Box 317 Keamay NE 68847 (308) Harvey Tom Hesn~ng. Asst. M~. SALES MANAGER" L~ry E. Henks BUYERS & PROOUCTS: Do4.~as G~ssmeyer BOb Gl=nze~ Bob Brown SERV/NG: Kesmey. North P~at~e. Brok~m Bow° H~t~ngs. G~an~ Island Llx~gton Hdidr~gl SAI..ESPE~RSONS: 12 ~S: 2 CASH WA DIST. CO. 502 F_ Fro~t St. Notlh Platte NE 6~101 (308) 532-4811 Re~ Gla~zer. Pros. CA~P~WA D~rRIBIt71NG CO. INC. OF NORTH IN.J~I'~E .56~ F.. Fre~: SWesl P~O. BOX 667 No~t~ Bm~c~ oi: Cash-We ~.See Reo~ CHADRON WHOLESALE 102 Sptuc~ Ch~'o~ NE 6~3S7 (306) 432-2353 Dee, n Fank~iL~er. Owner DAHLVENOORS C~. 4910 F Street ~ NE 68117 (402) 731-3500 A. J. DRESDEN CO., INC. 401 Pla~lB Ave. P.O. Box 4~8 York NE 68467 {402) 362-6519 FALLS OITY MERCANTILE CO~ INC. 7U1 & Barada 5~ & Mottos SIS. Fahs Ci~ NE 68356 (402) 246-2716 THE FARNER CO. INC. 600 East No~l'olk Avenue P.O. Box 701 Nmlolk NE 68701 (402) 371-2662 Robert J. Famer, Manager Davk:l Famer. Op~s. Mike Slemsglusz, Off. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: R. J. Famar David Famec Tobacco & Ci0ers Randy Klug: Conleet~:~, Sundr;es SERVING: Northeastern Nob~acka SALESPERSONS.. 3 FLEMING FOODS COMPANY Rem]ng Companies. Inc. 1601 pioneer Blvd. P.O. Box 8280913ncoln NE ~8501 H02) 423-6571 Stench oh Fl~ming Companies. Inc~ Se~ Oklahoma Robell M. Headlee. Div. Pros. GENERAL TOBACCO & CANDY CO. Io37 L St. P.O. Box 82290 Lincoln NE 68501 (402) 475-8565 C. AI Noeo~n. Pres. Matt B. Freeman. V.P. SALES MANAGER; Matt B. Freeman BUYERS AND PRODUCTS.. George Kargo; Tobacco Cigars. Candies Catatog Mdoo. TERRITORY SERVED: Vicioity 50 mile radius of Uneeln SALESPERSONS: 4 8RANCHES: I; SOD Nebraska HADLEY BRAITHWAIT CO. 2519 111h Street Colu~T~ous NE 68601 (402} 564-7279 Don Visor. Pa~nst Robert E. Bison. Patlner SALES MANAGER: RobL Bison BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Joo Kiser; Tobacco & Candy Robt. Bison; Paper Don Visor; Paper SERVING: Plait, Colfes, B~e. Sutler° Polk & Merdck HIPP WHOLESALE CO. INC. 315 East 7th St. P.O. Box 1145 North Platle NE 69101 (308) 532-079t Earl J. Hipp. Pres. Edward Ahlberg, V.P. Gardid Parish, 6esy., Treas. SALES MANAGER:Jim Pease BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Earl J. Hipp; General Paul E. Parr, Tobacco, Confoclione~" Robert Black; Canned. Paper. Dry Ted Gal~n~n; Frozen SERVING:West.Central Nebraska SALESPERSONS: 6 CHUCK HOTZ 3701 Gold Omaha NE 681~5 C. T. JEWELL CO.. INC. 901 East B Street P.O. Box 217 McCook NE 69001 (308) 345-6601 C. T. Jowell. Pros. Joh~ Nob~agal. SeW. SALES MANAGER: John Ndihnagal BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: AI Not~negel; All John Nothnagol; All SERVING: S.W. Nebraska. N.W. Kansas KARNETI'oVENGER DIST. CO. Div. of General Tobacco & Candy Co. 4990 G St. Omaha NE 68117 (402) ~41-4344 John Colombo. Princ~Oal SALES MANAGER: Leo Kamlsar BUYERS & PRODUCTS: D. M. Schulto SERVING: Greater Omaha LEDBETTER'S, 1500 Avenue A P.O. Box 870 Seettsbtuff NE 69361 (308) 632-2~12 Bob Unz~¢ker, Pros. H~mry Lessman° VP~, GoD. M~r. M&'k Mador, Trees. Ted K~g. Sec~. Pau~ Wtgian",~, Asst. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Pa~ V~ll~m~ BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Panl Williams; Potatoe C~. Bar Foods. Snack Items ~ G~eeb: Gift p~oet. R~.x~n. Tape SERI/WG: W~smm Ne/~tska. Easmm LINCOLN POULTRY & EGG CO, L~00~ M SL Lincoln NE 6~I0 (402) 477-3757 MARMAT CORP. 1037 L SL t.z,,co~ N~ 6150e JOHN J. MEJE~ COMPANY 133~ F SL M137 (40~J 330-46~ MUSGROVE CANOY CO. 631t S. 36 ~t. (~Z~.NE ~t07 (40~) TI56324158
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WW 21 NEBRASKA WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE NEW JERSEY WY/21 N.I~H-FINCH CO. 1105 We~t O SL P.O ~ 1391 ~ HE ~1 [4~) 432~21 (4~) 47~1 H~ C~ ~ ~10 {40~) S7~3140 OUR COUNTRY FOOD~ INC. 8UYERS: Ru~ ~R~ORY~V~:Westem Neb~ka, HE C~a~ S~ESPERSON~" ~ PHELPS TOBACCO & SUNDRIES INC 305 N0~ P8~ Avenue Box S FCemont HE 68025 (402) 721-4944 R~d O. ~ser, Pres. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: R~a(d O. S~o~ C~are~es. C~dy SERWNG: ~e. ~undors. Washington. C~fax. S~ESP~ONS: ~ THE THOMPSON CO., INC. NE 68802 (308) 382-6581 Gone Reab. P~s. D~ H~sL ~eW.. Treas. Alan R~. Gen. Mgr. S~E3 ~NAGER: Bi;I En91o S~V/NG: M~ Nobr~ka 3~SP~SONS: 15 B~NCHES: 2; S~ Ne~ka T~MPSON CO. IN~ P.O. Box 622 O~11NE ~763 {402) 33~2380 Hewed Quandt Dr. ~NAGER:Howa~d SERHN~: No~em Ne~ka SA~ESP~SONS: 3 UL~Y-TALBERT CO. 358 N. Pine St. Gra~ Island N~ 68801 (308} 382-90~ VENGER DISTRIBUTING CO. d/b/~ Kame~/Vo~r ~dbuOng Co. 4990 G P.O. Box 3584 ~ha NE 65103 (402) 733-6200 Ctom~t O'D~olI. V.P. BUYERS AND ~ODUCTS: Tim Bolz SALESPERSONS: 15 WH~ESA~ SUPPLY 305 Bla Slreet Box 39 Boatd~ NE 68310 (402) 228-33~ NEVADA McCarran Bird. P.O. Box ~78 R~o NV 89513 (702) 331-77~ CASINO ~D CORP. 1710WostornAve. ~sV~as NV 89102 JOSEPH E. DIGR~IA WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR, INC. 4~ 7~ st. P.o- Box 175 Wells NV 0~035 (702) ~s~ ~ DiGr~. Pres~ ~yd G~ley. Gen. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Paut BUYER~ AND PRODUCTS: Jose~ ~Gr~: Art G~R BROS. 3980 West Hahn ~ V~as NV 89103 ~02) 87~2~ 8~ch o~ G~er B~ ~e Cl~f~nla Da~d Clem. Dr. Mgr. SA~S MA~G~: Dav~ BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: SA~S~3ONS: 5 G~ 8RO~ 245 Tele~ ~o~t P O~ ~x R~o ~ 895~ (702) 322~ SA~S MANA~: L~ BUY~ A~ PROD~: WAL~ H~S~ 2~ C~ Dr. R~ NV ~x 1~40 L~ V~ NV 8¢1~9 (702) 73~574 M~AL GR~E'RY COMPANY M~AL TOBA~ DIVIDERS INC. NEVADA DIST. lg5 N Ed=~n #4 Re¢..o NV S~50~ F_ W. Moh~zo Owner PY~MONARCH IN~ Pa~ Cite P.O. ~ 1130 ~ ~ 89504 ~02} 32~7155 SMI~S ~PRISES 812 Ca~oll ~ Cars~ C~ NV 59701 U. & L DI~RIBUTING CO. ~447 ~) 463~1 ~m~ C. Pa~o~. Marol~ B. Paten. V.P. BUYERS ~ PRODUCTS: S~WNG:6~M,e Ra~ Ye~on, S~th S~lver Spr~ SA~SPERSONS: 10 WAREHOUSE MARKETS, INC. D/BIA Whole~=le Gro¢. 255 N. McCar~n Bird NV 69431 (702) ~1.7700 WAREHOUSE MARK,S INC. dlbl= B=v=dtn Who. Groce~ Co. 255 N. M~arran BNd. Sparks NV 89~1 ~02) 38~4474 ~W COMMERCIAL CO- 333 Aultman Street P.O. Box 359 Ely NV 89301 (702} 289-4435 NEW HAMPSHIRE ART NOVEL~ CO. 95 99 Cedar St. M~ester NH 03101 (603) 622~922 ASSOCIA~D GROCERS OF NEW ENG~ND. INC. 725 Gold Street P.O. Box 52~ ~hester NH 03108 (~3} 669-3250 Paul Me~lin. V.P. Sal~ SA~S MANAGER: Merci O. Ch~ffour BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Tob~ Fran~ Plate; Smokem Access.. Can~. Sunddes SER~NG: 10~Mile R~d[~ N~ Hampshire. Ma~ SALESPERSONS: 7 BRANCHES: 4; S~ New Hampshire. Verment JOSEPH C. B~IS & CO., INC. 16 Me~an~c St. P.O. Box 126 ~edin NH 03570 {603) 752-2116 BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ray Bfais; C~dy SERVING." No,hem New Hampshire SALESPERSONS: 6 C. H. BURNHAM & SON 65 Sta~ Ave. Dover NH ~820 (603) 742-7935 Wd~iam ~mhsm. Owner BUY-RI~ F~OS INC. Kelley Rd. Salem NH 03079 C AND S WHOLESALE ORe. INC. 112 Tyler SL Claremont NH 03743 CER~IRED WHOLESALERS. INC. #600 226 W~gton St. Clermont NH 03743 (603) B~nch oh A=~O~=I~ Groc~ew Inc.; See New Hlmpshlre Paul ~ Rans~. ~. CER~FIED WHOLESALE~ IN~ P.O. Box 52~ M~n~ester NH 03108 {603) 669-3250 CONSOUDA~D ~OD~ IN~ 375 W. ~l~ St. Na~ NH 030~ (603) B83-5561 WM. ~ DENN~ CO- 53 Grin St. P~mou~ NH DUHAME~ INC. 305 w. Hollis Street P.O. ~x 414 N~ua NH 03061 (603) 882-2871 ~LES MANAGER: R. C. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: R. C. ~el; Ca~dy. C~ars and P~ C~are~es S~V~G" S@em NH GRANGE ~A~ MBSIC CO~ IN~ 1 ~ C~ Rd~ ~e~er NH ~103 (~3) 6~-61~ GRANITE STATE TOBACCO CO. INC. 41 L~t Sveel ~ver NH ~20 (~) 742-11~ N. ~ GURN~ & ~. INC. SERtRNG' NO¢~ W~St & SOU~ West New Hlmpsb~e. Nod~ ~t & S~ E~ V~t & KEN LUN~ I~ ~ bf~ StrRt Ke~ NH (~) ~2-3119 MANCHESTER TOBACCO CO., INC. 64 G~t~ S~t Mantelet NH 03101 (~3) 625-~61 BUY~S ~D PRO~TS: ~d Sp~c Cigare~ Emge Te~; Ca~. SundrY. T~ac~. H&BA Raymond M~n; To~ SERHNG: So~h~ & Cent~l NH NEW HAMPSHIRE TOBACCO CORP. 18 Mer~ Streol Na~ua NH ~0 (~3) SAES MANAGER: Ke~n G~e~ BUYERS AND PRO~CTS: SERVING: New H~pshite SALESPERSONS: 4 H. ~ SUTCU~E 80e~W Rd. H~son NH 03051 T B I CORP. 7~ E. In~sffial Park Dr. Me,heeler NH 03103 (6~) 668-6223 R~e~ Treis~. Pres. Gerald Pet~uin. V.P. Gen. Mgr. SAES MANAGER: Paul Gray BUYERS AND PRO~CTS: Gelid O PeloqBn; Heal~ & B~u~ Al~. CigL Nicholas Bayko; C~am. T~acco Ted Zdon: Ca~y Hy Wi~kln: Sundfi~ & S~ool Suppges SERVING:N.H.. Mass.. Southern Maine SALES PERSONS: 24 BRANCHES: 1 W~E~U FOOD DISTRIBUTION GROUP DIv. 350 Marl~o St. P.O. ~x 726 Ke~e NH 03431 (~3) 352-1004 NEW JERSEY ~ E. I. CANDY SALES INC. Petco ConsL Co. 280 J~ Le~s Rd. ~s~ NJ 08201 (~9) 652-1489 A. J. Miller. P~es. W~fism H. Seule~. V.P. AFI FOOD SERVICE DISTRIBUTORS 440 Eagle R~k Ave P.O. Box U Rosel~d NJ 07068 (201) AMERICAN GROCERY CO- 141 Fmld Crest Ave. Ed~on NJ 0~17 (201) 225-09~ D. C. ANGELO & CO. 501 Elmer Street Box 56 Vineland NJ 08360 (6~) Frank Angelo. Pres. Ro~ ~geto. Se~. SA~S MANAGER: Ernst C~cdo BUYER: Ernest Ca~cdo; SERHNG: S~ern New Jersey ANPESIL DIST. 69~ st. & Rouste[~ A Nodh Bergen NJ 07047 ANTHONY SALES 13~ Ta~s L~e P.O- Box 2~ Cinna~nson NJ 080~ (609) 829-5353 BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Aothony Corrsdoffi; All Bernard WeStern; All James Griffin; All ERRI~RY SERVED: U~od SALESP~SONS: 26 AT~NTIC DISTR. 202 PeR Jemey Blvd. Jor~y Ci~ NJ 073~ (201) 434-5226 AT~NTIC TOBACCO CO- 142 E ~nco~n Ave. ~ NJ 082~ H. J. BAIL~ CO- G~d~ StlteTob. Co. 176 Fret SWat P.O. ~x Z Red ~k NJ 07701 (201) 741-3159 BEL~ SALES CO. ~6 M~tgomew S~eet J~ey C~ NJ 073~ (20t) 43~5484 MILTON S. BERAN, INC. 428~1 ~ BERGEN COUNW TOBAC~ & CANDY CO.. INC. 78 M~ S~t H~k~ NJ 07~1 (201) 342~167 JOHN BRICKS, INC. ,~f~n Bn¢:~= Fund P,a~=~g 194 Abon Avenue Peter=o~1 NJ 07~ (~) 7~ N. S~o S~ N~h Jersey ~A~HES: 1 BROWNY ~ PRODUCTS ~ey C. ~ BURKE INC. 545 ~st Ave. P.O. ~ox 265 Roselie NJ 07203 (201) C. A~ Burke I[I. Pres. S. O. Be~sr. V.P.. Tre~ SA~S MANAGER: Ned ~e BUY~S: SA~SPERSONS: 6 CANNING & KENNEDY FOODS. INC. 161 S~ge~t Ave Ch~ NJ 07013 (20t) 7~-~ JOE CAPORRINO 528 A~s Sl(eet He,ken NJ 07030 (201) 659~912 CA~-M~T INC. One Oak Rd. Fai~eld NJ 07~6 CHRISTOM CORPORATION Browny Food PreCis H~SW Road. Hsmpton Tow~ip Ne~on NJ 07836 (201) 383~870 SALES ~NAGER: M. Pan,ante BUY~S AND PRODUCTS: Tobacco. ~niec~eW. ~per Pmduc~. Industrial Clewing SALESPERSONS: 4 IRWIN TOBACCO & CANDY CO. t/a He~eck. Inc. 325 S. Clinton Ave. T~enton NJ 08609 {609) 695~577 R~ard He~. V.P. J. & S. C~R~ PROVISION CO-. INO- 900 Un~n 469-8400 B. W. CLI~ORD. INC. g0 Elm St. Morr~town NJ 07960 [201) 539-1400 CO N~L)DATED SERVICE DISTRIBUTORS 176 R~b Ave~e Ha~ NJ 07506 (201) 423~50 CONTINENTALCOFF~SO- BRUNSWICK P.O. ~x 280 M~m~th Jct. NJ 0~52 (201) 821-7800 B. COOPER WHOLESALE CONF. 501 N. Clinton Ave. Trent~ NJ 08~8 (6~) 393-6787 J. COSTAGL~ INC. 55 Cian= Street P~ters~ 07501 (201) 742-8775 PETER P. DENNIS~ INC. 1224 S. Ma~ SVael P.O. Box D~wer E Phillipsburg 08865 {20~) 454-2141 W. E. Zarbat~y. Sr.. Chron. Bd. W. E. Zarbat~y. Jr. Pres. John O. Z~atany. V.P. Na~e Za~atany. Treas. SALES MANGER: Hsrw Rose BUYER AND PRODUCT~. J~n Zarbat~ny; Tob. C~dy & Su~ies SERVING:Warren & Hunted~ Cn~. in N J. M~roe. Le~h & No~ton Cn~. in PA SALESPERSONS: 6 OEVONES WHOLESALE INC. 9~ S, Fou~h SL P.O. Box 14~ Careen NJ 08101 (~9) 963-7148 T. DORMAN & SONS INC. 6~ Greentane U~n 07083 B. EIS~R CO. 393 Broadway P.O. Box 74 B&yo~ NJ 07002 (20t) 339-7~o EISLER & CO, INC. 252 Ma~ St. West Orange ~ 07052 {20t) 73~ SA~S ~NAGER: Arl~ Eisler BUYERS ~ PRODUCTS: Ad~ ~er A~rea SERVING: 7~Mdo R~d~u= ~sex~ ~s. U~n & SA~SPERSONS: 4 EMPIRE CANDY & TOBACCO CO. INO- ~ W. M~eton Rd. P.O- Box 1 Pearl River NJ 109~ (914) 62~5~5 (914) 735-228~ B. EPS~N T~ACCO CO, INC. ~8 B~e~ Ave. M~d NJ 07040 (201) 761-~7 FABE~ C~ & GREGG IN~ 9 E~n 10~ Ch~ NJ 07014 (201} ~9-8202 FERNAND~ OIS~. INC. ~ ~d Street 07~ ~GSTAFF F~ CORP. 5~ FayeBe SL Pe~ E ~ IN~ 69 f~ S~ ~1~ ~ 07026 (201) ~RDEN ~ATE TeD. ~. ¢IAN. C~ ~L P.O- Box 2 R~ B~ NJ 07701 GENERAL TRADING CO., INC. 4~ 1~ st C~ NJ 07072 ~O1) TI56324159
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Sun-Maid, America's Favorite Raisin Introduces Your Fastest Growing Snack Now you can car~ the name that says great taste and natural goodness in four delicious combinations--Seedless Raisins, Camb Crunch, Raisin Crunch and Fruit Bits. Available in eye-catching packaging for on the go sales. The snack line th~.t will work on your bottom line. NAME ESTABLISHMENT ADDRESS 71TLE CITY STATE ~ ZIP ~ DJEEP OUT-FLICKE BIC IN MORE WAYS THAN ONF DJEEP... a mus___t item if you handle disposables. Convince yourself! Send for complete informatio_n. Company DJEEP... it 0nly ci~ __. __ State ~ ZiD ~ looks relillable General Cigar & Toba¢;¢:o Co. ".;~. "., ~ Yes, we are interested in your Veryfine products. Please forward information. NA~E STREET CITY STATE ZIP Veryfine Please Call CODE NUMBE. 617-486-3521 I-IYES I am interested in obtaining more information about the counter top merchandising fixture. Please have an M&M/Mars Associate contact me as soon as possible. Neme Title Company No. of Stores ,. Address Clt~ State zip. Telephone ,. TI56324160
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TJ 6/83 DJEEP General Cigar & Tobacco Co. P.O. Box 418 Murray Hill Station, NY 10156 Attn: Matt Gordon BUSINESS REPLY MAILI FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 112 HACKET)'STOWN. N.J. Attn: Sales Operations Hackettstown, N.J. 07840 NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES TCJ 8/83 IBUSINESS REPLY CARD FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 70 FOREST PARK, IL POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE NO POSTAGE NECSS~,~RY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATE5 FERRARA PAN CANDY CO., NOT INC. 7301 W. HARRISON STREET FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS 60130 ATI'N: TOM PAGANO TCJ 12/83 BUSINESS REPLY CARD FIRST CLASS P ERMIT N O. 830. STOCKTON, CA POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE Sun-Diamond Growers of California 1050 South Diamond Street Stockton, California 95201 Dept. G NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IN THE UNITED ~TATES I I BUSINESS REPLY MAIL F RST CLASS PERM T NO. 107 L TrLETON, MA POITAOE WILL BE PAID BY ADDFIEI8£E. NEW ENGLAND APPLE PRODUCTS P.O. BOX 2425 HARWOOD STATION LITTLETON, MASS. 01460 TCJ 12/83 NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES BUSINESS REPLY CARD FIRST CLASS MAIL PERMIT NO. 17 BLOOMINGTON, IL POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE PAUL F. BELCH CO. P.O. Box 2914 Bloomington, IL 61702.2914 NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED INTHE UNITED STATES TI56324161
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POPS. BRINGS YOU MORE FOR '84 ilere are the cold hard facts why the orig]nal Mr. Freeze from Loaf is the POP on top in 1984 ... • A variety of pop t~lils wetohts a~ rela~ poce • Can be COmbined ~th other regular Leaf candy and gum dems for poce • Popular assodmen{ of quahty f~u~t flavors chert, orange, grape and bl~e ~aspberw. - Unitized shrink wrapp~ pallet packs des~gn~ Ior cost sawngs and product proZechon • A ~oe sel~llo~ of convement case pac~ • Free re~able woo~en pallet __ IF YOU HAVE A ~STE FOR TRY THESE pROFIT TELEPHONE The honest new item in the breath mint category Made in Italy from all natural ingredients. 60 bags to counter display stand. 12 displays to a case. [] Please have your broker contact me. Name: Title: Company: Address:, __ City:~State:~ Zip:__ Phone:_ _ Import.ed and distributed by: AD-COMM Zeus has a smart head and that helps a lot of smart dealers get ahead. ~hat's because Zeus can fill eve~ butane lighter in the world. See how Zeus can become the light of your life. Find out how Zeus can work wonders for your sales. Write to us at Lane Limited and we'll send you the information. NAME .... ADDRESS __ CITY STATE. ZIP Sure, I want to know more about making "bigger than ever" profits from the Luden's "bigger than ever" 5th Avenue bar. Name Company , Address .Phone # T156324162
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TCJ 12/83 PLACE STAMP HERE 410 Higgins R~aad~f'~-~ Park Ridge, IL 60068 Lane Limited 2280 Mountain Industrial Blvd. Tucker, GA 30084 Luden's Inc. Confectionery Division 200 N. 8th Street Reading, PA 19603 IBUSINESS REPLY CARD I FIRST CLASS I~RMtT k~ 5194 CH,CAB0 I~ Postage w~ll be pa~d by addressee © LEAF CONFECTIONERY DIV. OF LEAF, INC., CHICAGO, IL 60651 Attn: Marketing Dept. NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UN~,TEO STATES II II THE UN/TED STATE IBUSINESS REPLY MAIL I FIIST CLASI PIIIMIT NO. 107 IETHLEH|M, PA. II0 I ' POSTAGE WILL BEPAID BY ADDRESSEE I JUST BORN, I1~., ' ' BOX NO. 1158 BETHLEHEM, PA. 18016 I . TCJ 12/83 first Class Pemdt No. 3374 , New York, N.Y. I BUSINESS REPLY MAIL CrTkC~oR~o~o ~ Co.,t~c. 48 STONE STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. 10004 SS 6/62 T156324163
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION W~r 22 NEW JERSEY ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PRORLE NEW YORK WW ~ BE/YERS ,¢'VO PRODUC T~. L~'ry Cohen, C~lrettas & Tob~eso En~ Mitt-raison; Candy & C1gam SERVING: Essex. Hudson. Uneon. Morns CourSes SAL ESPER SONS" 6 THOMAS GREGG CO. 1384 N. East Ave. ~ne~and NJ 0~360 (609) 692-8575 J. H. HAAR & SONS, INC. 3800 Tonnefle Ave, P.O. Box 892 North Becgon NJ 07047 (201) 865.1875 HARDY TOBACCO CO., INC. 7 Ju}es Ln. P.O. Box 506 New Bn~swick NJ 08903 (201) 545-4411 Willia~ Fodi, Pres. V~rginla Fodl. V.P, V'ctor Horvath. Secy., Treas. SALES MANAGER: Wf, I~am Fod~ BUYER AND PRODUCTS: W~liam Fodi: All HERITAGE CANDY & TOBACCO CO., INC. 1-295 & Jossup Rd, Thorolare NJ 08086 (809) Harold H. Heritage. F(=ndpal John R. Heritage, Pres. SALES MANAGER: James A. Beans, Jr. BUYERS & PRQDUC TS: John R. Heritage. Sr SERVING: 40-Mile Radius: Camden, Gloucester & Salem Counties SALESPERSONS: 2 HERMECK INC. T/A Irwin Tobacco & Candy Co. 325 So. Clinton Ave. Trenton NJ 82/06 (609) 605-6577 Kenyon G. Mock, Pros Richard D. Herbeck, V.P., Secy., Treas, SALES MANAGER: Ken Mock BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ken Mock; All Other Rich~u~l Herbock; Cigarettes SERVING Mercer & Burl~gton Counties SALESPERSONS: 2 IRVINGTON TOBACCO CO. 215 Maliery Ave. Jersey City NJ 82/06 {201 ) 332-3640 Melvin Baskin, Pres. Ar~ur BaskJn, Secy. & Treas, SALES MANAGER: Tom V~tsle BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: M elvin Beskin; Cigarettes. Tobacco, Cigars and Candy Arthur (~skin; Subtitles SERVING:Hudson, Essex & Bergen C0undss JERSEY COAST TOBACCO & CANDY CO.~ INC. M. Pa01olla & Soes o f N.J. Inc. lg04 F St, P.O.BOx 149 South Bslm~r NJ 07719 (201) 681-0944 Michael Paolella. Pros. Michael Maltzrn~n, Gee. Mgr. SALES MANAGER," Fred Case(rot BUYERS & PRODUCTS: Mark Cohn Michael Ma~tzmBn Irving Scorben SERVING: 40-Mile Flediur: Monmouth, Ocesn & Part of Middlesex Coentles SALESPERSONS:6 JESt.AM, INC. 31-35 Jorelemen Belfville NJ 07109 (201) 759-3500 JETRO c & C ENT. IND. Montgomery Ind. Cir. FaJrmOnl & Croneuson Jersey City NJ 07304 KANES KANDIES P.O, Box 1354 C~mdsn NJ (609) 863-7811 KESTY BROTHERS 226 Sauthwood Ave. Linden NJ 07036 (201) 862-7450 J. R. KING 3816 Westfietd Ave. Camden NJ 08110 • EDMUND C. KLEINER, INC. 202 Jefferson Sveot Hoboken NJ 07030 (201) 656.3334 Edmund M. Klmner, Pres. Aiexandra YJein~, Secy. & Treas. SALES MANAGER: Edmund M. Klefnor BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Edmund M. Kleiner SERVING:part of Hudson, Bergen, Passaic SALESPERSONS: 3 E. KNOPFTOEACCO COMPANY, INC. 184 Passaic St. Paes~¢ NJ 07055 {201) 779-0815 KOLSUN BROTHERS, INC. 1919 Broadway Camden NJ 06104 (609} 964.6341 LEMON TREE CORP. 653 Scboyier Ave. Kesmy NJ 07032 HERMAN LEVlN CANDY CO. 1081 S. Clinton St. Trenton NJ 08611 (609) 384-1878 LOVERDES TOBACCO & CANDY CO. Washington Aveonl Belle~8e NJ 07109 (201) 759-4562 ALFRED LOWRY & BROS., INC. 1200 Fern/Ave. Camden NJ 08101 (609) 365-2900 LUCE WHOLESALE TOS & CDY CORP 015 Summer Avenue Newark NJ 07104 (201) 482-3Z89 P;Ut F. Schwartz, V.P 8UYERS • PRODUCT~~ Paul F, Schwartz St~on Fove~te~ SER~WG.. 7S.M~ie R,~ Essex. U~¢~. Bergen & Hudson ~4LESPERS'ON~. 3 M & R TOBACCO & CA.NOY CO~ iNC, 2IS ~ Street Tem~ Pwer NJ O~7S3 (201) 34S-85O0 Sm,e Yauem.~ G~. Mgr. 14Am~E'S C~RETTE S~tVtCE SALESPERSONS: 2 Blvd. P.O Box 149 "W~c~v. odd NJ 66260 |609) MERCO CANDY & TOBACCO CO. MERIT CONFECTIONERY DIST., INC. MIDDLESEX TOBACCO & CONFECTIONERY CO., INC. Sandy Katz J. MINKIN TOBACCO & CANDY COMPANY A. MONTE-VERDI, INC. 30 N. Day Street Orange NJ 07050 (201) 672-3000 MORRIS COUNTY TOBACCO & CANDY CO. INC. NATIONAL CASH & CARRY NEW JERSEY CANDY & TOBACCO CORP. SERVING: New Jersey, New York, Connect;cut & Pennsylvania NEW JERSEY DISTRIBUTORS, INC, 60 Taylor Ave. Neptune NJ 07753 (201) 775-1065 NEW JERSEY DISTRIBUTORS, INC. Morris Schwadmn NEWARK TOBACCO & CANDY CO., INC. Ba~P/Gree~pan, Pres. H~nry C-~tman, VP. Nick Pen~eci ERNEST NICHOLLS & SONS, INC. 45~3545 Stephen Sct:eps, Pres. Be~je~ne Av~ Ne¢~ Be~'ge~ NJ 07047 (201) PATERSON TOBACCO & CONFECTIONERY CO. 237 V~n Hou~e~ S~wet P~te~on NJ 07601 (20~) 27¢-540~ Bertrand Barman. Pros Stanley B~q~',~n. ~S ~- J~ L L~ ~S ~ ~TS: PINE LE~ER & SONS. INC. D~ald L~er. V.P. HerOd Lesser. ~., Tm~. Plainfield NJ 07060 PORTUGUESE UNITED GROCERS C~OP~ INC~ ROYAL FO~ DI~RIB~O~ 215 Blair Rd. Woo~dd~ NJ 07~5 (201) 636-09~ SAFFER SIMON INC. STANDARD CONFECTIONERY CO, (201) 257-3920 SALES MANAGER: St~on Mar~s STAR TOBACCO CO. STARKMAN GENERAL PRODUCTS CO. INC. Avers AtI~ Ci~ NJ ~401 (609) 345-2246 AI G~d~r, P~ 1263 K=~ Avon~ C~ NJ 0S103 (~) ~2~ ~ ~l, Pres. SU~ON BROTHERS UNION COUNTY WHOLESALE TOBACCO & CANDY CO. 3~ 2 Rat~my Avenue E~zabe~ NJ 07202 (201 UNITED CANDY & TOBACCO CO, INC.. 740~ To~-~elle Ave. No,'t~ Borgl.'l NJ 07047 (201) VSA MID ATLAN'rlc 509 St~rptown Road Bridgeport NJ 0~014 (60~) 467-3400 Branch of:. VSA Mid At~on5c; See New Torrance F Arth. Con. Mgr. Theresa B. Lewis, Admln. Mgr. B~ Sohoebode~. Sales Mgr. Roy A. McNab. F'urc~. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Bill Sohoebede~n BUYERS AND PRODUCTS,. Terreese F. Arth; Gee. Mgr, RW McNab; Purch. Mgr. SER~NG: New Jemey, Penes, Del. M~ryland. VA. DC SALESPERSONS:5 oulsids s~lesmen. 5 inside BRANCHES:7 See NewEngfand,Tex. Southeast. I , Oho. Mich, Den WECNSLER COFFEE CORP. 10 Empire Blvd. Monnachie NJ 07074 (201} 440-1700 WHITE ROSE DAIRY CORP. 30 Cammerce Rd. Carlstadl NJ 07072 (201) 935-8750 WHITE ROSE FROZEN FOOD 2 Frozen Food Plaza Seceucus NJ 07094 (201) 864-8880 ZENA ENTERPRISES Jo-Su Zena Enlerp(~es hl~. 1429 Elizabelh Ave. Linden NJ 07036 (201) 486-5526 L J. ZUCCA, INC. 882 S. Daises Dr. Vineland NJ 08360 (609} 692-7425 Lou~s J. Zucca. Pres. Thomas Zucca, V,P. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Tbom~s Zucsa SERVING. Southern New Jersey SALESPERSONS,. 4 NEW MEXICO A L WHOLESALE 106 S. Bradley Sallup NM 87301 BALLEW BROTHERS WHOLESALE 368 West Second Street Reswsll NM 88201 ~(505) 622-3761 BISHOP TOM SALES So P/~::e Rd. Ruidoso NM 8S345 EL GRANDE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. d/b/a Smith Distributing Co. 170 East Fox SL P.O. BOx 1136 Cariebad NM 88220 KEEPS WHOLESALE 400 SoUth 1st Raton NM 87740 {505) 445-9502 KRUM DISTRIBUTING CO. 320 Azlec St, P,O. Box 2146 Santa Fa NM 9790I (505) 883-4361 LEE-RAY INC. d/b/a Bellow Wholesale Co. 306 W. Second St. Reswe]l NM 88201 (505) 622-.3761 Ben Dickenson, Owner SALES MANAGER: Rulh Oickonson SERVING: Southeastern New Mexico ALFRED M. LEWIS, INC. 803 South Bard Ave. Box 690 S~lver City NM 95364 (508) 538-3719 PONCA WHOLESALE MERC. CO. 4315 Hawkins St. N E. Albuquerque NM 87125 (505} 345-3624 PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. 211 S. Halague~o Box 645 Cadsbsd NM 88220 {505) 885-5606 PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. 100 Sycamore Sex 446 Clovis NM 88101 {505) 763-7648 Rrench Off POOCl Wholesale Mercantile Company;, see Texas W. J. Carpeoter, Br, Mgr. PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. 1011 Farmington Ave, Box 1545 Farmington NM 87401 (505) 327-T/31 PORCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. S21 S. Turner Box 1440 Hobds NM 80240 (505) 393-3713 B~nch of:. Ponce Wholeslle Mercantga CompInyli SN Texas Marvin Roberts. Rr. R, J, Melinsky. Pres. PONCAWHOLESALEMERCANT1LECO. 114 E.Mc Gaffey BOx 2022 Reswell NM 88201 622-1660 PONCAWHDLESALEMERCANTILECO. 1143 S~ler Rd. Box 2055 Santa Fe NM 87504 {505) 471-3737 Branch of:. Ponce Whole=ale Marc~ltge Ray F. Rndgers, Rr. Met. SALES MANAGER. Ray F. Rndgers BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: M~ke D~epon SERVING: No.hem New Mex~o SALESPERSOn: 2 PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. 214 West Ma~n Box 926 Tucumcad NM 88401 (505) 461.2360 VALLEY DISY. CO~ INC. 2619 2nd St. N.W. Albuquerque NM 87107 (505) 344-1623 WESTERN GROCERS, INC. 1238 BeBamah N.W. P O. Box 25184 AYouque~F~ NM 87125 243-8621 NEW YORK A. D. CANDY CO. 75 Pumam SE ML Vemol~ Ny 10650 Teem. B~e~y~ NY 1 NY 14~I~3 TI56324164
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE NEW' YORK WW 23 ~ 23 NEW YORK ALLIED WHOLESALER 67 Col=age St Poughkeepsie NY 12601 (914I 473-1793 At.MY BROS~ INC. 504.50~ Court Street Bi~ghan~on NY 13904 (607) 723-6461 AMSTERDAM TOBACCO CO~ INC. 1614 ANDY'S TOBACCO & CANDY WHOLESALE ARESON FOOD DISTRIBUTORS AUER & CO., )NO. SERVING: 60-Mile Rad~JS: Onondaga, Madison, (716) 822-0064 BORDY CANDY CO. Palace Theatre Olean NY 14760 (716) 372-0775 (716) 372-4200 BOROUGH HALL OXFORD TOBACCO CORP. 75 W. G. BRAMER & SONS 79 Glasgow Sb'eet Clyde NY 14433 (315) 923-2031 BRIGHTON TOBACCO & CANDY CO. 252-3600 Stephen Kopf, Owner Gloria Kopl, Owner SALESPERSONS: 7 BRONX TOBACCO AND CANDLES CO., INC. 10451 (212) 66~-6~66 .abraham ~m~n. V.P. BUYER AND PRODUCTS: 11206 (~12) 762-3200 W. E. BROWN & CO. Tera~'ce ~ Istar~ SL B~l~e NY 1,1213 (71q S~3-~ZS~ 10523 CEE-GEE CANDY COMPANY 401 W. 2191h SVeet New York NY 10034 (212} 56~-6564 CEN DEE CONFECTIONERY & HUT PRODUCTS LID. 31 Skyline Dt~ve Ptz, mview NY 11803 (515) 822-2206 CENTER CANDY CORP. 89 Broadway Fraeport NY 11520 CITY LINE CANDY & MERCHANDISE CO. 224 Us)on Ave. New Rochelle NY 10801 (214) 632-6336 CLASSIC CONFECTIONS RL #66 Wynantskill NY 12198 COCOA CANDY CORP. County-WideVend Co, p. 36 Gazza Bird Farm~ngda~e NY 11738 (516) 694.5000 k~. Berken, Pres. FRANK COLUCC( CO. INC. 1811 Pane Avenue N~agara Falls NY 14301 (716) 282-4240 LEONE COLUCCI, INC. 187-193 Grant Street Buffalo NY 14213 (716) 886-2800 CONCORD SALES CO. 7120 20th Ave. Brooklyn NY 11204 COOK WHOLESALE CO. 5t0 eden( St. P.O. Box 231 Medina NY 14103 (716) 798-1800 J CORRIGAN WHOLESALE 1118 KOssueth Ave. U6ca. NY 13501 724-1046 Joseph Corngon, Owner Jane Corrigan, Co-Owner BALEB MANAGER: Bi~l CornRan BUYERS: Joseph Corrigan Bill Corrigan COSTELLO BROTHERS, INC. 2828 Ede Blvd. East P.O. Box 325 Syracuse NY 13214 (315) 446-7460 CROWN CONFECTION 1 Rason Rd. Cedarhurst NY 11516 (212) 327-5600 (516) 239-0800 Wdliam Brocks, Pres. D. J. TOBACCO CO. 947 Inter~ale Ave. Bronx NY 10499 DAY WHOLESALE, INC. 3 Broad St. Box 636 Tupper Lake NY 12986 {518) 359-3201 Mad, ha Day, Secy., V.P. Peter DW, Salesman Sheryl Van Trees(, Secy. SALES MANAGER." Peter DW BUYER: Peter Day SERVING: No~lhem NY DEE "I'ORACCO CO. 223.17 IJndsn Blvd. Cambria Heights NY (1411 (212) 525-6585 DE MEO WHOLESALE CO. 200 1 Street Troy NY 12180 DERIGO SALES, INC. 3780-3790 Harlem Road Buffalo NY 14215 (716) 834-7578 Joseph C. Deriso, Pdnc'~oal BERU MANAGEMENT SERVICE Oak Hil~ & North SL Endicott NY 13760 DEUEL DIST. CO. INC. P.O. Box 295 Syracuse NY 13215 (315) 469.4481 W~lllam Gary Leonard, pres. DEWITF WHOLESALE GROCERY, INC. 1600 Jamesville Avenue Jamesville NY 13078 (315) O EWITI" WHOLESALE GROCERY INC. P.O. Box 250 Syracuse NY 13205 DEWiTT WHOLESALE GROCERY INC. 621 E, B~ishton Ave. Syracuse NY 13210 DONAHUE CANDY & TOBACCO CO. 114 Middle Ave. Saratoga Springs NY 12866 (518) 584-1360 New York Witllarn Donohue, Pres. SERVING: Warren Wash, Saratoga, Reons]ear Coun~ SALESPERBONS: 4 S. DUBOVSKY & SON 66-35 Otto Road Brooklyn NY 11227 (212) 497-2400 JERRY EDELMAN 5626-A Moehalu SL Bronx NY 10451 JERRY EDELMAN 3017 R~vet~M Ave. B~o~x NY 10463 (212) 543-I0~4 (212) 064-t ~3 Jerry Edeiman. Owner H, EDELSTEIN GROCERY CORP. 200 Brom( (516) 2375050 Donald Ddalane. Pras. Rcha~ LeClair. Exec V.P. SALES MANAGER: Rieh~d LeCta=r BUYER AND PRODUCTS: Donald DdsTana; All SERVING: 150 mile raditJS EVANS WHOLESALE CO. P.O. Box 790 Bath NY 14810 (607) 776-3931 F & T DISTRIBUTING CO., INCo 1395 Mecklenburg Rd. Ith~c~ NY 14850 (607) 273-3811 Frank L. Prudence. Pres. Disnne prudence, V.P. SALES MANAGER: Tom Roskel[y BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Oianne Prudence; Tob,, Candy. Snacks, SERVING: Central NY FINKLE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. Adirondack Slush Puppie Inc. Route 30 A Mayfield NY 12117 (618} 661.5411 Leon F~nkle, Pres. Msd~ Rnkle, V P. SALES MANAGER: William Freeman BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Dan Rnkle; Tobacco & Confectk~nery SERVING: Greater Capital D[stricl of New York SALESPERSONS: 10 BRANCHES: 1; See New York FLAVOR KITCHENS, INC. P.O. Box 804 B~nghamton NY 13902 (607) 722-4951 S. M. FLICKINGER CO., INC. Allen St. Ext. P.O. Box 160 Jamestown NY 14701 (716) 665-9620 S. M. FLICKINGER CO., INC. 7248 Morgan Rd. P.O. Box 308 Liverpool NY 13088 (315) 457-6600 (815) 457-7120 S. M. FLICKINGER CO. INC. Oakwoed & 22nd Street P,O. Box 2300 Elmira Heights NY 14903 (607) 734-2011 Br~nch of:. S. M. Rick)rigor Co~ Inc.; See New York Clarence Johnson, C~v. Mgr. Jeh~ T. Oriscolt, O~v. Mereho SERVING: N.Y., Penn, S. M. FLICKINGER CO., INC.- FDSVC. OIV. P.O. Box 1096 Buffalo NY 14240 (716) 668.7200 S. M. FLICKINGER CO., INC. P.O. Box 1086 Buffalo NY 14240 (716} 668-7200 S, M, FLICKINGER CO. INC. 2050 Elrnwood Ave. P.O, Box 1270 Buffalo NY 14207 (716) 874-6370 S, M. FLICKINGER CO., INC. 416 E, State St, O[ean NY 14760 (716) 372-5050 S. M. FLICKINGER CO. INC. Reta(I Dlvisk:,n 6361 Tnempso,1 Rd, P.O. BOx 4812 Syrac,,Jse NY 13221 (315) 437-7t20 Branch of:. S. M. FIIcklnger Co. Inc.; See New York Thomas R. Heine, Oiv. Mgt'. FOSS BROTHERS CO,, INC. 317 Wayne St. Olean NY 14760 HARRY FOURTUNIS INC. d/b/. Rosei~baum Candy & Tobacco 2 p=er!oont Ave. P.O. Box 630 Newburgh NY 12550 (914) 561-2600 M. FUTTERMAN CO, 1759 Madison Ave NEW York NY 10029 {212) 369-8360 Ted Futtorman Herb Futterman G & G SALES & SERVICE (NON-FOODS) Taylor Or. Depew NY 14043 (716) 604-8280 G. M. $. DISTRIBUTING CORP. 80 Smith St Farmlngdale NY 11735 (516) 694-2900 GEM SPECIALTY CO. 48 E. Industry CL Deer Park NY 11729 GEMINI FOOD AND TOBACCO W~olIsllei Lld~ 80 Smith S~. Farm¢~da~e NY 11735 GENERAL SUPPLY CO. 1417 Crane St. Sdlenectady NY 12303 {618) 346-0933 Arthur Ko~eczka, Pdndpel BUYERS & PRODUCTS: Isabel Leia SERVING: 56.Mile Radius: Albany, Sct~ectedy & Scotm GLOBE WHOLESALE CO. 5406~8 3rd Avenue Broo~Jyn NY 11220 (212) 439°7473 (212) 4398917 GLUSKER-EMKAY SALES CO. 91 Center SL Tern'a~l M B~anx NY 10451 (212) 665-3910 M. EGAN CO., INC. 920 ExcI~ogo St. Rochester NY JACK GORDON TOBACCO CO~ INC. 1000 Erie Blvd. West Syracuse NY 13204 (315) 422-6207 14608 (715) 328-4510 ELMIRA TOBACCO CO. (=O7) 7~4-S~I E~twa~ P ~.v~. ~P~ ~ J. OORDON,ROCHESTER CORP. 351 N. S~eet Reo~,e~te¢ NY 146~5 {716} 454-1926 GRANO CE~NTRAL CANDY & GRAf'S WHOLESALE INC. §13 ~ S~ee( p,o. Box 4G~ C~yto~ NY 13~24 {3 t 5) BUYERS AND PROOUCT"~" Cathy Heasfip; HABA Don Gray, C~, C~gara and Fooci SERVING Jefferaon. St. Lawren¢~ and Lewis Coun~es GRIMSHAW CONFECTIONERY CO~ INC. 363 Tompkine Ave. Statan id~xI NY 10305 (212) GUDDEMI SALES CO., INC. (516} 499-7962 NY 10462 (212) 792-1002 SALESPERSONS: 3 (716) 325-2526 HICKMAN, COWARD & WATTLES, INC. 125 HILL & MARKS, INC. Jeff Rnklo, V,P. Heal Packer, V.P. JACOBSEN WEAKLEY OLSON, INC. JETRO C & C ENTERPRISES INC. JETRO CASH & CARRY ENTEPRISES, INC. R. L. JONES & SON, INC. 776-3362 JErry SneS; i~Rsc, Buyer SALESPERSONS: 5 SALE'SP£RSONS: 4 M~,~tm¢ NY lOS41 ~141 ~ J~,COB K~J~ & SOt(S, inC. T! 56324165
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WW24 NEW YORK WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE NEW' YORK ~ 24 Jaoob ~(em. Jr.. Pres. Tre~s. Je~x~ne Kern, V P. Hubed Kern. ~W ~S ~: J~e K~ Jr KINGSTON CANDY & TOB. Jo~ We~sbe~. Se~.. Treas. BUYERS AND ~ODUCTS: ~ P. KIRST & SONS, INC. SER~NG: Ede C~n~. Wy~ng County ~VIN CANDY CO., INC. 1~ C. Reid, ~r.. V.P, BUYERS A~D PRODUCTS: I~n C. R~d; Can~, Su~ries ALBERT W. LEISENGANG Albe~ W. L~sengang. Owner SERVING: Brookt~ & Queens LIBER~ BRAND CO., INC. SALES MANAGER: ~no~d Schwa~z H~r~ Un~urst; Ca~ 14094 (716) 434~41 ~16) 434~896 NY 13020 (~7) 432-3184 A. ~ MANCINI & CO. A. Man~ni, P~n~a~ MANDEL TOBACCO CO., INC. 1~9 (212) ~8-27~ ~Y~: S~: N~ Y~ CW C. ~ MAROUSIS CO. INC. O N~ M~ ~. C~. ~ ~T~.~ ~ ~ t~S~ ~I~ ~7~ R. BnJce Mdntes~ pres~ Treas. wgrt=m Mctotosh. D. Mezzo. ~ MCMANN PAPER INC. 5~0 F~t SL P.O. Box 1~ M~e NY 1~ (518) 483-1561 ~ G. SauCer, SA~S MANAGER: Ron~ld G. ~uther B~ERS AND PRODUCTS: R. G. S~uthe~ C~n~. Pa~. Counter others SA~SPERSONS, 4 N. MEL~AN & CO., INC. 10~I02 Bronx Tarsi N. MERBERG & SON, INC. 1120 S~31R~er Te~ MkE 73 Br~ NY 10451 (212) 993-~00 M~OPOUTAN DISTRIBUTION SERVICE~ INC. White Plains Branch ~I .~ DeLong Street Flus~ NY 11352 (212) 961~300 B~n~ DE Metropolitan Distribution Se~ic~ I~c~ See New Yo~ R~er Mogan. G~, Mgr. Paul ~llo. A~t. Mgr. SALES MANAGER:Jules L~non BUYER: Rs~l Meyem SALESP~SONS: 9 MILLER DISCOUNT WHOLESALE TOBACCO CORP. 1385 S~er Ave. Brooklyn NY 11208 MINAL ENTERPRISES, INC. 402 Johnson Ave. B~ooklyn NY 11206 (212) 38~7696 Allan J= S~m~t, Pres. MIRANDA TOBACCO CORP. 2451 Dean St. Brooklyn NY 11233 (212) 455-2335 Cad M~r~@, Pres. MODERN TOBACCO CO., INC. 5 Grace Chur~ Street Pod Chester NY 10573 (914) 937~211 (8~) 431-1572 Jill Yo]~, Pres. DaV~ Yol~. V.P. Jim L~na, Br~ Mgr. R.I. SA~SPERSONS: 2 BRANCHES: 1; S~ Rhode Island MOHAWK CANDY & TOBACCO CO. Uppe~ Chur~ Street R,O. 5 Amsterdam NY 12010 (518) 842~0 John H. Sanders, p~n~pal SERVING: 60-Mite R~dius: S~enectaOy, Montgomew, Fult~, Hamllto~ & Saratoga SALESPERSONS: 5 MOHAWK VA~EY WIlD.SALE GR~ERS, INC. P.O. ~x 144 C~d~ NY 13316 (315] 245-12~ MORGENSTERN BROTHERS 281-287 N. 7~ St. MOUNTAIN CANDY & CIGAR CO., INC. Mo~tain/Se~ice Dist~butors Lake St. P.O. D~wer O S~h Fallsbutg NY 12779 (914) 434-5674 Na~s~ Allan, Sew., Tra~. Barw Skolnick, Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Steve Airman BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Steve Altm~ Tom Rau~ Chades John~n S~VING: New Yo~ st~tes S~em ~er SA~SPERSONS: 6 MUTUAL CANDY CO. 213 225 Noah Street Auburn NY 13021 (312) 252-7229 S~ES MANAGER: R. Alan A~n BUYERS & ~ODUCTS" SERVINO: 4~Mile Rad~: Cayuga. ~d. SALES~RSONS: 4 M~UAL TOBACCO CO., INC. (~ 723~319 ~e W. ~ SALES ~A~: ~ W ~ ~ A~ ~0~ ~m NY N J DI~. 37-Z5 ~ St. W~s~e, ~ NY 11377 NAP CANDY & ~A~ 27 ~ Av~ NY 12~1 (914) 3~-479~ NAS~U C~DY C~ 1~ F~ SL H~ 11~ {516) BVING NESS & ~MPANY NORMA FOODS 116 Broclx TanTL MkL Bro~¢ NY 10451 NORMANS WHOi.ESALE GROCERY CO. N~ ~U~Y CANDY & TOBA~ IN~ 1 ~ E Mmn ~ Ma~ ~ 1~ {518) ~3-7~9 NU SERVICE TOBACCO CO~ INC. (212} 327-5~0 (516) Jack ~ooks, P~p~ SAL~3 MANAGER Da~ Pel= BUYRS • PRODUCTS: ~1~ Broo~ Sam SALE3PERSON~" 20 NU ~AR 28~ ~ite ~ Blvd. Br~x ~ 10467 {212) ~7-7475 O'CONNOR MOSHER & CO. P. O. Box 89 Wombs NY 13164 (315) 672-8121 OLiN WHOLESALE GROCERY C~P Haske~l Ro~d P.O. ~x 569 ~lean ~Y 147~ ~16) P.O. Box 429 One.to NY 13820 (607) 432-2450 ~ ORIEL CO. IN~ 750 E 150~ SL Bronx NY 10455 (212) 993-16~ P & C FOOO MARKETS, INC. P.O. Box 4965 Sy~e NY 13221 (315) 457-9460 PJS F~D DISTRIBU~ON CENTER 4039 S~ CheeMowaga NY 14225 (716) 631-1701 Branch o~ Pet~ J. ~hml~ Co., Inc.; See New York PJS FOOD SERVICE 4~9 Ge~see Ch~ktow~ga NY 14225 (716) 631-1721 PALMER OI~RIBUTING INC. 1~ Hoffman SL N~w~rk NY 14513 (315) 331~926 PARLAY TOBACCO & CANDY DIS~IBUTORS t882 ~astem ~¢kway Br~klyn NY 11~3 (212) 385.5898 PATRICK TOBACCO CO., INC. 7 Bro~d St. Gl~s Palls HY ~2801 (518) 7g~3466 Frank ~stello, Mgn SA~S MANAGER: B, P~t~k BUYERS & PRODUCTS: Frank Costel~o SERVING:40-Mile Ra~: W~rren Washfngton, Saratoga & Rens~ ear Count ~ SALESPERSONS: 3 BRANCHES: 1 A~N PAUL CONF, INC, 1201 McDonald Ave. Brooklyn NY 11230 PAY ~ CASHICARR~ 581 A~ PL Br~x NY 1 ~54 11012 (212) 431~745 PELTZ FOOD CORPORATION 1245 Randall Ave. Bro~ NY 10474 (212) 378-6~ BRANCHES: 2; See M~ch~a~s. New York MAURO PENNISI, INC. 78 W. Hoff~an Ave. L~ndenhurst NY 11757 (516) 226-0055 Box 806 Rome NY 13440 (315) 337-84~ S. ~ PI~CE COMPANY P.O. Box 424 Cli~ P~rk J, ~ PIERI CO, ~I ~ley Ave. Buff~ NY 14206 M. POGGI & CO. ~3 S~ Street Br~klyn NY 11231 (212) 875-5581 PRIDE CANDY & TOBACCO CO. INC. 2~ No~ Oak St, C~9~ NY 11726 (516) 842-1 BUYERS ~ PRO~CTS: R~eH S~ SERVING: 360-Mile Rad~. N~SS~ & Coun~es SALESPERSONS: 3 QUE~ ClW CANDY CO= 396 BroadwW ~fftlo NY QUEENS TOBACCO & CAND~ CO., INC. 134.12 Aff~ A~. R~ H~I NY 1141S (212) ~1 Cay~. SA~S~A~" C~d Cayne ~. Brook~. Quay, N~u TOD RAWLEY RD #6 Box 3t6A T~oy NY 12180 (518) 273~711 J~ W. Ra~. Own~ REMUS WH~ESALE 55 F~n~ S~ K~st~ NY 12~1 (914} 331-1ale SALES MANAGER, M=cl~el C. Wood BU't~'RS AND ~TS. C~ ~ w~; ~ Cent~ ~y G~I NY 10923 ~ERS ~BACCO, ~DY & ~A~ONERY CO. 936 ClaSh Av~ Btook~ ~ 11~ (212} 345-2410 ROMOHAWK TOBACCO & CONFECTIONERY INC. ~1 S James SL R~e NY 13440 (315} 336-6320 Sha~n Bouton, ~. Ro~ D. Mamcch~, Pr~, & O~ ~. SA~S MANAGe: R~y B~(o~ BUY~S AND PRO~CTS: Boy Maya; All T~R~ORYSERVED:R~ On~Oa, Vem~, SA~SPER~NS: 2 DAVID ROSE 616 Mydle Br~klyn NY 11205 B. & C. ROSEN P.O. Box 546 Pod Chester NY 1~73 (914) 939-0243 SALES MANAGER. David Rosen B~ER AND PRODUCTS: Da~d R~en; C~fec~w. T~a~o S~VING: W~ter C~ty, pad of Fai~eld ROSENBAUM CANDY & TOBACCO CO. (914) 51 ~0920 BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Harw J. Fodun~ ROSLYN BROTHERS 678 ~ 98~ SL Br~klyn NY 11236 I. ROTHSCHILD, INC. 723 ~[[[am S~reet Buffalo NY 14206 (716) 854-86~ Henw Ro~s~d, Pr~. Te~ Ro~s~td, S~. SALES MANAGe: H~W Rot~ld BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Henw Ro~cbild: T~ & C~ TERRITORY SERVED: E~e & Niagara Coun~es ROY~ CI~R CO.= I~. 1415 Uli~ Avenue Brookly~ NY 11203 (212) 62g-0~0 RUBIN SUNDRIES CORP. t~ Bronx Term. Mkt. Bronx NY 10451 (212) 585-1994 EDWARD F. RUPINO ~0 ~[~oenth St. Wate~liet NY 12~89 S & S DISTRIBUTORS 25 Ryder PL P.O. ~x 192 East R~way NY 11518 (516) 887-1486 23rd S~eet L~g ]sla~ C~ ~ 11101 (212) 7~-~26 ARTHUR SARNOW CANDY 74 Cherw V~lley Ave. West Hs~ste~d NY 11552 (516) 292~232 K. Go~st~n, Pres, ~ SCA~FINI W~LESA~ GROC. 57 Brooklyn Tar. MkL Brooklyn NY 11201 ~HEIDELMAN INC. 1201 Them St. P.O. Box 133 U~a NY 135~ (315) 732~186 P~R J. SCHM~ CO. INC. 4039 Geneso St. P,O. ~x 2 Buffalo NY 14240 ~16) 82~1128 (716) P~ER J. SCHMI~ CO. INC. 403 ~s~ St. P.O. ~x ~2 Buffalo NY 14~5 (716} 631-17~ SCHOR & ROSNER CORP. 156 ~dlow Strut ~w York NY I~2 (212) 674 - 1355 S~WAY DIST. 713 H~(t~ St. ~n~ NY ~NEC~ WHOLE~LE CO~ INC. 20 C~tle G~eva NY 14456 SH~IDAN DRIVE IN Ens~er Rd. T~w~da NY 14150 ~OS~ BROcHERS 2~ G~ Street Buffalo NY 14~4 (716) 852-79~ ML Ver~ ~ 10550 {914} SNACK~ES 62P S~ ~ St. ~ ~ ~ 117~ (516) SN~CKS BY MACRO, INC. 675 Mer~ R~ ~k NY 11~3 (516) 59~7~ ~H B~CH NOY. & ~NF.C~ INC= ~ R~ ~ S~h ~ S~ b~ NY 183~ (212) RE~BRO t PaJtla~dR~ce87~$t.P.o<~wty~actt ~AN~LOUTOB~CCO INC= 27 No~lhBce~dway NY 11 ~3 (212) 634-~$3 Yettke~s NY 10701 (914) RETAILERS FOOD CENTER Sweet L~e 71 Ft~ P,d. C~ NY 1~:~0~ (513) STANDARD ROSENBAUM, INC. RL ~ & O~d L~O¢~ P,¢I. P,(~ Bex8 ~NY 12110 TI56324166
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~ 25 NEW YORK WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE NORTH CAROLINA W3N 25 SALESPERSONS.- 7" STANDARD TQSACCO SALES. INC. 120 P~ter Street Bu~elo HY 14207 (716) 3757150 STANLEY TOBACCO CO. ~70 west First F,JIt~ NY 1306~ {315} 593-8707 STEIN FOOD & CANDY TERRITORY SERVED: Suffolk Co.nty SUNRISE CANDY & TOBACCO CO. Buffalo NY 14205 (716) 896-9242 Niagara Fails NY 14303 (716) 285-6030 Roc~haster NY 14609 (716) 32~2542 TRIPIFOODS, INC. (716) 853-7400 C~l J. Tr~i, Pree Howard E. Tdpi, V.P. BALEB MANAGER: Lea Schratl BUYERS: Pat Blas~o George Gangloff VALLEY STREAM DISTRIBUTORS CO., INC. 11729 (212) 895.6588 BRANCHES: See New York VAN EPPS WHOLESALE CANDIES SERVING:Jefferson County, NY State VELEZ CANDY & TOBACCO WH OLESALE VERSATILE FOOD MANAGEMENT SERVICES WAVCO, INC, WEGMANS FOOD AND DRUGS (716) 328-2550 WHITE PLAINS CANDY CO., INC. tJ~u~ B. C~tala~e. Sac'y.. Tr~s. BUYER: SERV/NG, Westches~t ~ N~Y. FatmiNj~le NY 117~ (~lZ) WIUJAMS'BURG ~JGAR 51e Uc, ien A'~e. ~ BUYERS AND pRODUCTS, Lewis Neustadt WCODSlDEW $ TOBACCO CORp. ~-26 Weeds~de. U ~ WUS~LD CANDY CO~ INC. 1~ R~er SL T~ NY 121~ ~518) 272-66~ ZIMOWSKI FOOD SPECIALW ~x 179 c~s ~ 1~19 (315) 737-~ Tad ~o~k~, O~er ZU~ INC. 7~ C~I~ Avenue So~ P.O Box 22775 R~h~ler NY 14~2 ~16) 244~ NORTH CAROLINA ~ ~ BOWEN & SONS 209 N. K~ SL ~Or NC 27983 ADAMS WHOLESALE 101 Nashvdle Rd P.O. Drawer 1988 Ro~ Mount NC 27801 (919) 977-2185 A~m Fr~ Ad~, Pros Arnold ~ A~, Ex~. V.P., Trees, S~ES MANAGER: Arnold L A~ms BUYERS: Ar~t~ E. Adams Adam Fred Adams Van B. Baker SALESPERSONS: 6 ALLEN BENN~ CO.~ INC. P. O, Box 552 Wades~ro NC 28170 @04) 694-4185 AMERICAN DRUG CC. Comer K~ng SL & 3rd Ave. H~n~vdte NO 28739 ~ ~ ANDR~ WH~ESALE Box 248 Faith NC 28041 (704) 279-2274 ANGELO BROS. 826 N. M~n SL ~ton S~lem NC 27101 (919) 722-6782 ARM~RONG GROCER~ COMPANY 23~ Spen~r Argue P.O. Box ~6 New Bern NO 28560 (91~) ~8-1822 ASHEBORO W/S CO. ~. 15 East CaYUga NC 28327 ASHEBORO WHOLESALE GROC. Cadh~ge Branch 228 W. Ward St Asheboro NC 27203 {919) 625-5570 Cly~ Ayes, P~pal M~el B, Ayem. Tre~, BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: SERVING; 40-Mile Radi~s: Randolph, Moore, D~dson & Ch~t~m A~NTIC TOBACCO CO. 225 R~y Ave. P.O, BOx 788 Faye~ev~lle NC 28301 [919) 4~-7174 Branch oE Old Domin~n Tobac~ Co. In~; VA R. D Ray, Bill Wilson, Gen. Mgr. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS; Bill ~lsee; Tobacco & C~dy S~VJNG: ~ OO Mga Ra~us SALESP~SONS: 5 BRANCHES: S AT~NTIC ~OBACCO CC. 1430 So. W,f~ngton Street Ra~gh NC 27602 (919) Wi]m=~t~ NC 2~01 (9~9) 762-96~ B & H CANDY CO., INC. 1611 New Born Rd, Ki~ston NC 28501 (919} 523-5869 C L. Baker, Pree. Lee Baker, V,P. SALES M~NAGER: Reds Lee BUYERS: L~ Baker SALESPERSONS: 9 BARE LI~ & CO. S, Joffer~on Ave, P~O. Box 3 West Jefle~n NC 28694 (919) 24~3141 ~ B. BAREFOOT, JR. 51 t Bro~htee St, Wilson NC 27893 ~ ~ BARN~ WH~ CO. 1017 Semora Rd. Rox~o NC 27573 B~SL~YS WHS~ CO, clo Jack~ G~oc. Louisburg NC 27~9 BELUSYSCO FOOD SERVICE, INC. 28~2 (704) 255-7676 H~old J, Robe,s, Buyer & Ceet. BUY~S AND PRG~C~: BEaMy & C~, INC. 112 R~l~ad Strut ~F~d NC 278~ (~t~J 445~5~ BENDER CANDY CO. ~919} ~4-6221 SA~ ~: Jay ~ BENN~-~A~N ~ INC. BOGUE DISTRIBUTING, INC. ~918~ 237-2301 Lymph Sogu~. V P BOICE SUPPLY CO. BRASWELL DISTRIBUTING CO. CARTER COLTON CIGAR CO., INC. {704) 334-6423 SL Winston-Satem NC 27105 (919) 767-6672 CENTRAL WHOLESALERS INC. {910} 227-0197 CHARLOTTE VENDING CO. CHATHAM GROCERY CO., INC. 27344 (919) 742-2544 COATS DIST. INC. Ccj NC 2790~ (919) 338-2837 CRAVEN WHOLESALE CO. BUYERS ANO He~ P ~ (Mrs~ All J. T. DA~NPORT & SONS, INC. ~SON WHOLESALE CO. HOYLE ELLIO~ & SONS, INC. 28043 (704) 24~466 d. D. ELLIS P~ NC 286~ ~) 733-97~ FIELDCREST MILLS, INC. FLEMING CANDY CO, INC. H~. 29 S. P.O. ~x 1522 Salis~w NC 28114 ~) GENERAL CASH & CARRY (919) 446-9577 28906 {7~) 837-2126 HERMAN L HARRILL BUY~S & PRO~C~: P.O, ~x 478 Way~le NC 28786 {704} 707 H~ ~¢~ R~ NC ~379 (919} H~PER ~ INC. TI56324167
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION WW 26 NORTH CAROLINA ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE NORTH DAKOTA W~" 2~ INDEPENDENT WHOLESALE GROCERy CO.. 1906 N Ma=n Street Kar~4~t~ol~ NC 28~1 f704) 938-7111 INGLES MARKETS INC. H~way 70 R~ute I Black Mountax~ NC 28711 tNSTITUTION FOOD HOUSE~ INC. 700 121~ St. Or. NW P.O. Drawer 2947 H~oP~ NC 28601 {704| 328-5301 JACKSON WHOLESALE CO.. INC. 222 ~b Street Hedfo~d NC 27944 (919I 426-7331 J. M. W~nslOW. V P. SALESPERSONS: 4 JENNE'rTE FRUIT & PRODUCE CO, INC. 506 N, Water SL Elizabeth C~y NC 27909 (919) 335-4369 NC 27962 JONES & TEMPLE Rdoln Davis Ray. Prin~cpal BALES MANAGER. C. N. Jones. Jr. BUYERS & PRODUCTS. C. N. Jones. Jr. J. P= Jo~es SERVING: lO0-Mile Red=us- N.E. North Caroline SALESPERSONS: 3 JOYCE BROTHERS CO, INC. 1501 S. Stratford Road P.O. Box 3058 W~nston Salem NC 27103 (919} 765-6927 Harry R. Joyce. Pros. SALES MANAGER: Harry R. Joyce BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Marvin Hensloy; Tobacco. Paper. leetitutional Foods TERRITORY SERVED. 60 mde radius. Winston Salem SALESPERSONS: 7 BRANCHES: 1 K & M WHOLESALE CO., INC. Chn~rd Rd. P O Box 142 Thon~sville NC 27360 Mark W. Sowers. V.P. JoAnn V. Sowers. Secy. & Trees. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS.. G. Wayne Sowers SERVING: North Carolina SALESPERSONS: 6 KINSTDN WHOLESALE GROCERY, INC. 800 Grainger P.O. Box 1375 Kinsto~ NC 28501 (919} 527-0685 (919) 523-0101 LANGLEY WHSLE. CO. 400 Spnngfie~d Rd. Rocky MOUnt NC 27801 ROBY A. LEONARD WHOLESALE, INC. 815 West Center street P.O. Box 531 Lexington NC 27292 (704) 246.2669 SALES MANAGER: Norman Mayheu Ro~y A. Leenard Tob.. Cig.. Candy. Inst App.. Schoo Sup. SERVING:Loxin East Central MS LINCOLN GROCERY CO.. INC. 308 S. Poplar Slreot P.O. Box 186 Lincolnten NC 28092 (704) 735-2031 LITTLETON SALES CO.. INC. 27650 (919) 566.3861 B. Mason Hawfield. Pros. B. M. Hawfield; Tobacco. Candy. Drugs SERVING: Eastern N.C. and Southern Virginia SALESPERSONS: 5 LR BRANCH W/S CO., INC. Hwy, 33 East Greenville NC 27834 LOUIS H. LUCAS WHOLS 831 Rose St. Rocky Mount CHARLES MACK & SONS 132 E. Center Avenue Mooresv~le NC 28115 (704) 664-1345 MADISON GROCERY CO. 103 Murphy St, P,O. Box FRANK MARTIN'S WHOLESALE Route 2 P=O. Box 364 Re~dsyille NC 27320 (919) BUYER AND PRODUCTS: F~k Mall~; C=mdy J, M. MATHES CO.. INC. 152 N= Mare Street P,O, Box 1556 Bud~gt0n NC 27215 (019) 227-2544 J. M, MATHES CO. INC. d/b/e Carrklgton Who. Co. Into 121 W. Duke SL P.O. BOX 1250 Durham NC 27702 (919} 682-0331 J. M. MATHES CO. INC. 2830~ Ig18) 48~-1127 FL M. Gedd~. Prss. SAZ.ES MANAGER. Te~ Wa~ace BUYERS AND PRC~.JCT~. R. M. Gedd~. All New ~tems W. H~ Owen: All Reg. Sto¢~ ~Z~RVW~- 75 m~e radius - 7 H. M. MCI.EA~ WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. H, wy. 72 West P.O (912 73~41~1 ~ MoLto. V.P. ~,M~em D I,k:Lse~ V.P. MF_~T ¢~ tlt4C. P O. BeK 194& MERCHANTS DISTRIBUTORS, INC. SALESMANAGEFL Gerald Da~s Jo~n BOyle MODERN WHOLESALE COMPANY MOORE'S WHOLESALE, INC. MOREHEAD CO. MOSELEY & REECE, INC. GARLAND C. NORRIS CO. ORMOND WHOLESALE CO. INC. (919) 752-3112 PIEDMONT WHOLESALE CO. 320 E. Commerce PRICE WHOLESALE CO. Ne~ P(ce. Owner. MOr. REIDSVILLE GROCERY CO. INC. 2~ ~19) ~314 J. B Bz~ley. Jr. ~ SALES ~NAG~- J B ~ES: t RNR DI~IB~ 312 L~er~r SE Shelby NC 28~ 50 ROANOKE ~DS GROCERY CO. 157 Roanoke Avenue P.O. Box 128 Roa~ke Rap~ NC 27870 (9~9) 537-5714 R. ~ SAMS COMPANY 507 Ha~o~ Ro~ W. ~eville NC 28806 SCOT,NO WHOLESALE CO. 148 James Street ~url~burg NC 28352 (919) 276-2~5 PAUL H. SESSOMS CO. Comer Cypre~ & ~g S~. P.O. Box 38 El~abelhtown NC 28337 (919) SNYPES DISTRIBUTORS 411-13 W. Walnut SL Gol0sboro NC 27930 (919) 734-5157 SOUTHCO DIS~IBUTING CO. 1927 N ~ll~am SL P.O. Box 1897 Golds~m NC 27530 (919) SPRINKLE SHELTON CO. 25-70 BpPass P.O. Box 429 Marshall NC 28753 649-2321 J. H Sprinkte. Jr.. Pd~pat SALES MANAGER" J. H. Sp~nkle. Jr. BUYERS & PRODUCTS: J. H. Sprinkle. Jr. SERV/NG: 60-Mde Radius: Western Noah SALESPERSONS: 3 STEWART & EVERE~ THRS. Confect=en Storage Co. 1514 N. Twon SL Cher~o~e NC 28206 [704) 372-9920 ~) ~4-2869 C. Brent Rxler. Jr.. Pms. STOKES DISTRIBUTING CO., INC. 4Ol E 1~ st. P.O. ~x 608 Roanoke Rapids NC 27870 (919) 537-9191 (9~9) 537.9192 M~. R~ Parks. Ow~r. Pres. Robe~ E= Braswell. Owner. V.P. Calvia C~ke. Owner. Mgr.. Tr~s. Ger~and Alien. Owner. S~. SA~S MANAGER: Calvin Cooke BUYER AND PRODUCTS: C~vJn Cooke; Tobacco. Ca~iee. Paper goo~. BRANCHES." 1 S~BO FOOD SERVICE H~. 52 NORh c/o West[ngh~se ~nston-Sal~ NC 271~ TA~S WHOLESALE Rt. 2 H~y ~ East Zebulon NC 27597 THOMAS & HOWARD CO. 5710 Old C~cord Rd. P.O. Box 30155 CharloHe NC 28201 (7~) 596-6110 THOMAS & HOWARD CO. 315 Robeeon $1. P.O. Drawer C Faye~eville NC 28302 (919) 485-214~ THOMAS & HOWARD CO. 10~ ~nst~ St. P.O. Box 20387 Gt~n~oro NC 27420 (919} 621~807 (919) 621-4895 THOMAS & HOWARD CO. 1200 Burns Rd. P.O. Box 428 Ne~on NC 28658 (704) 4~-I010 ~) 322-8126 Branch oh Tho~= & Howard ~; See North Cirolln= J. H. ~u~ter. THOMAS & HOWARD CO. Highway 301 P.O. BOX 2427 R~y M~nt NC 2780~ (919) 446-6151 THOMAS & HOWARD CO. P. O Box 1427 S~Iis~w NC 28144 (704) 636-3031 (704) 633-9051 ~OMAS & HOWARD CO. 810 S~llsbuW Rd. Bo~ 706 Slat~vilJe NC 286?7 (704) 872-5249 {704} THOMAS & HOWARD CO. OF ASHEVILL~ INC. P.O. Box 8429 A~e~l[e NC 28814 (704) 669-7986 (704) 669-294 ~ R. S. TILDEN SA~S CO. 5502 So. College Rd. TOBACCO U.S.A. INC. 13~ S. Chin SL Gr~ns~ro NC 274~ 1 (919) 292-5130 Jerw Pa~as. P~es. Edna M. Pa~zs. Secy. GENERAL MANGER: Curry Murray BUYER AND PRO~CT~. ~ ~ T~ER WHSLE DIST. RL 1 ~x 40 ~k~t~ NC 27892 BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Pkle NC 25777 QUAMTY DISTRIBUTORS OF WILMINGTON 7 TRIANGLE COIN CATERER C=-~k.~l B¢ Wdmington NC 2840~ (918) QU~ F~ OF ~AR~ ~C. P.O 549 K~e NC 272~ ~} 597-75~ QUINN WHOLESALE CO. ~W 117 PO ~x 5~ W~w ~ 28398 (919) R & R WHeEdLE 3214 Hilld~o~o PZ ~ NC 27705 (g t 9) 383-1531 Grog ~ell. V P, Ge~, Mgr, ROBERT J. TUCKER CO., INC. 126 S. DepO1~ S~ P.O. Box 280 ~J bem~le NC 28002 (704) 882-2~ 12 WATSON SPECIALTY CO. 111 E~ T~ade SL P O BOx 236~ Sanfom NC ~330 ~Ig} ~54~ WATSON TOBACCO CO. Box ~359 R~ M~t NC 27~T ~19J 44~5~0 ~S ~NAG~: M. E. H~wley SA~PERS~. 3 WAYNE ~OLESA~ GR~ERY CO. N. Jam~ S¢ P=O ~x 1376 Gold,re NC 27930 (919) WAYNESVILLE CANDY & SPECIAL~ CO. 28786 ~) 45~3612 ~ D. Stova~l. J~.. O~r SALES ~NAGER: G. D. BUYER." G. D Stova0. Jr. HUBERT WEEKS WHLSE 301 Graham St Cl~n¢on NC 28328 WEEKS WHOLESALE. INC. W. Ma~ SE ~e~fen P.O. Box 202 B=zabe~ C~ NC 27909 (919J 335.5128 SALES MANAGER. J. A. W~ks BUYERS ~ PRODUCTS: J. E. Wee~ SERVING: C~. Curntuck. Dare. Pasq~tenk Co~ee SALESPERSONS: 3 D. ~ WHICHARD OIST. 913 Roanoke Roanoke Rapids NC 27870 WHITLEY GROCERY CO., INC. (800) 682-25~ (NC) (919) 934-2800 SALES MANAGE~. T~m~ J~ ee BUYERS • PRODUCTS: Sa~s~ Coun~ee SALESPERSONS: 2 Y V WHITLEY SPEClALT A~bemarle NC 28001 Yoder V. Wh~ley. Jr.. Owner M. R. WILLIAMS INC. R~leigh Rd. P.O. ~x 728 Henderson NC 27936 (919) 438-8104 M. R. Wd~iams. Pros. WILLIAMS W/S 603 N. Church St. Rocky Mount NC 27801 WOOD DISTRIBUTING CO., INC. 230 Meb~e SL E~ NC 27288 {919) 623-2334 C. E. A~t[ong. Jr. P~es. Ri~rd T. Meeks. Exec. V.P. WOODHAVEN FOODS P.O. Box ~6703 Greensboro NC 27406 (919) 373-t 100 YADKIN GROCERY CO., INC. 125 S. Monroe Street P.O. ~x 86 Yadkinvil[e NC 27~5 {919) 679-2424 SALES MANAGe: Harold H~speth BUY~S ~ PRODUCTS: Harold Huds~th SALESP~SONS: 3 NORTH DAKOTA DAVID AXVIG CANDY CO. P.O ~x 35 Rugby ND 58368 B & B SUPER DRUG. INC. 307 M~ SL P.O. BOX 817 BERGS WHO~SA~ CO. 818 ~dn Ave. Ha~ey ND 58341 (701} 024-2251 BU~ALO CANDY & ~OBACCO COMPANY 1214 10~ SL S. E. P.O, ~x 1348 Ja~to~ ND 58401 (701) 252-2081 W~l~tm Joh~n. Brash Mgr. SALES MANAGE~" Wdl~ J~son SERVING: Sou~ CoRral NO SA~SP~SONS: 2 CLOVERDALE FOODS COMPANY 3015 ~ SL NW P.O Box 578 M~an NO 58554 (70~) ~A~ES.'2; S~ N~ Dakot~ CLOVERDA~ ~ COMPLY 1~ 4~ Ave. CLOVERDALE ~DS COMPANY 1832 ~ Ave. CON~NENTAL-NORTH DAKOTA P.O Box 2945 B~h O~ DAK~A ~Y. & TOB. WH~ES~ 3t25 ~y~ P O ~x 1472 ~ ~ ~1 (70~) TI56324168
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WW 27 NORTH DAKOTA WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE OHIO ~ 27 FARGO MOORHEAD JOBBING CO. 1017-41h AVe. N, PO Box 1469 Fargo NO 66102 (701) Joe Cumrmngs. Pres. Jim Cummings, V p Mi~e Cumcra~g=, Secy. & Tre~s SALEB MANAGER: J~ Cumr~ng= HETRNGER CANDY & TOBACCO CO. JEROME WHOLESALE, INC. J. Myhro F. M. JOBBING E. R. KENNEDY CO., INC. (701) 225-6101 Jim B, Keonedy, V.P. FRANK MCKONE CIG. CO. FRANK MC KONE CIGAR CO., INC. S. L. Eflig, Mgr BUYER: S. L, Efllg NASH4:INCH CO. 3101 12th Ave. Norlh P.O, Box SALES MANAGER: Mike Schug Lyie J. Mogler; Candy, Tobacco. Cigarettes SERVING: Northwestern & Southwestern NO, NODAK CANDY & TOBACCO C. (701) 852-1096 BUYERS ANO FRODUCTS- SALESPERSONS" 7 ~¢k NO 5~1 (701) ~3-2~83 O K DISTRIBUTING CO. INC. GAMBLE ROBINSON CO. 1400 8~h A',,e S E ~ NO 5870~ SCHWAN WHOLESALE CO. 221S.3rd Street P.O Box I047 Dewls Lake ND 58301 (701) 662.4961 Dave Schwan. Pros. TAVIS CANDY CO. Doug Ehrma~traut; Candy & C~gars Jim Hewn; Paper &Cigs. ANCHOR CIGAR CO. INC. 741 Sou~I Avlrl~e ¥ouP.gstowrt OH 4450~ 7444443 L~n~ K~ Pr~ R~ ~.VP Milan ~ T~. THE ANTER BROTHERS CO. 521 W~and Argue C~evela~ OH 44 781-1555 BUYERS AND PRODUCTS" Gum, S~s, ~ve~. D~ M~yG. Anteq P~sr G~. C~gare~, C~rs, S~NG: Cwa~ga, Lo~n, Summit. G~a, ~ke SA~SP~RSONS: 24 BRANCHES: 3; Son ObOe BAG A SWE~ CANDY Ohie F~ 1904 Brookp~rk Rd. Cleveland OH 41130 (216) 267-9338 T~ J. S~e{man. Prus. ~E BARTON CANDY CO., iNC. 315 West Auburn Aven~ ~liefonta~ne OH 433H (513) 592-4831 OH 45236 VALLEY CITY GROCERY CO. 167 2nd SL N.W.P.O. BEYER DISTR. CO. 3567 Blue Rock Cmctonah OH Box 420 Valley City ND 58072 (701) 845-0342 WHOLESALE SUPPLY CO. Hwy 83 S. P.O. Box 1742 Minor NO 58701 (701) 852-2753 (701) 839-8071 Roger Borkhuls. Principal SALES MANAGER: Roger Borkhuis BUYERS & PRODUCTS: Roger Bor~huis SERVING:120-MIle Radius SALESPERSON~" 3 OHIO THE A. A. V. COMPANIES 31100 Solon Road Cleveland OH 44139 (216) 248-7000 Norman Bork~n, Pres. Jerry Gardner, Exec. V.P. H. S~gbornsm, Sr V.P. 8RANCHES: 7; Son Ohio and Pennsylvania A & E TOBACCO & CANDY CO. 6820 Eucl~ Avenue Cieval&nd OH 44103 (216) 431-1336 ABBOTT FOODS, INC, 2400 Hareenn Rd, Columbus OH 43204 (614) 272-0658 THE ACE TOBACCO COMPANY 31100 Solon Rd. Solon OH 44139 (216] 248-7575 Division of:. The A A V Companies; See Ohio Norman Darken, Pros, M~'y Jo Pealer, Mgr. BUYER: Mary J. Pealer;, All SERVING; Nodb East SALESPERSONS: 8 BRANCHES: 4; See Ohio, Pennsylvania ADCO DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 221 Cherry N.E, Canton OH 44702 (216) 454-5193 Sidney Z. Adelman, Pros, BALED MANAGER: Harry De S~tea BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Sidney Adelman+ Cigarettes, Tobacco, Pipes BOr~ Adolman; Candy & Gum. Pape~ Gonds. Sundries SERVING: 50-Mde Radius: Nodhonst Ohio SALESPERSONS: 4 THE AKRON GENERAL TOBACCO CO. A.G.T. 61 S. Seibariing St Akron OH 44305 (216) 794°9834 F. M, Lmdbtade, Pres. J, E. Carsten, V.P,, Trees, James M, Carsten, V.P.. Gee. Mgr. Dan Beat!y Dan Realty BUYERS AND PRODUCZS: Lee Hadd~x; Vendu~g J. M. Carsten; Food Sew., Paper & Donlent~ons J. E. Carstan; Tobacco. Sundries Michael Attal~; S~ush Puppie, Concessions C. W, BOwe~c Fend-R~sing, Auto Su~olles SERVING: Nortbaastem Ohio SALESPERSONS: 8 FRED W. ALBRECHT GROC. CO, Acme P.O. Box 1350 Aklon OH 44309 (216} 733-2861 ALL BUSINESS SERV. tNC. 755 Res, din9 Rd. Mason OH 45040 JOHN ALUE13"A 3714 T~llman Ave. Ballaka OH 43~06 AM ERICAN FOOD SERVICE 31100 Solon Rd. Solo~ OH 441 AMERICAN SEAWAY FOODS, INC. 22801 Aui'or~ Rd. Bedfocd He~9~te OH 44146 {216} 663°5500 Ro~s D co,mb~rdy. Exe¢. V.P. JaN1 Lean'de+ Mo~+ AMSTER KIRTZ CO. 2112 W. T~.cata, w&s P O+ ~ 47 Ca~ OH 44701 {216,) 4~4-51~ E E 45239 THE BISSMAN OIV. J. M. Seatts Co. 192 N. Main St+ P,O. Box 1089 Mansfield OH 44902 (419) 524-3913 BLOOM & KLEIN, INC. 619 Cher~y Ave. S,E. Canton OH 44702 (216} 455-5201 BLOOMER CANDY CO. 39 N, 3rd SL Z3nesv]lle OH 43701 (614) 452-7501 William Barry, Jr. BONHAM CANDY CO. 85 S. 5th Street New6rk OH 43055 (614} 345-7425 Randy L Wilson, Pros+ G. Eilonn Wilson, Secy., Tre~s. BALED MANAGER: Gerald R, Wilson BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Gerald R. Wilson; Candy, Tobacco. Paper Pcod, SERVING: Licking Co, Muskingu~ Co., Fairfield Co. BOSART CO. 1982 Commerce Rd, P.O. Box 1323 Spnngfield OH 45504 (513} 325-9254 W~ A. Stumf, Chrmn. Roga~ Overholser, Pres. & Gee. Mgr. Brian Mille~, Cont. Mike Smith, Sales Mg¢. SALES MANAGER: Mike SmlU1 SERVING: Ra~us of 40 m~les around Spnnghald SALESPERSONB: 6 BOSART CO. 1962 Commerce Road Disldbutien Center Springfield OH 45504 BROOKS-ELDER DIST. CO. 427 Washinglon St= Dayton OH 45402 BROTHER'S DISCOUNT 1617 Belmont Ave. Youngstown OH 44504 BRUNI BROTHERS CO. Prospect & Seneca Streets Alliance OH 44601 (216) 823-1410 David R= Brunl, Pros. Margaret Bruin. V.P. James R. Uiery. Buyer, Whrse, Mgr. Dehisa L, Bmni, V.P,, Ott¢e Mgr. SALES MANAGER: David R. Bruni BUYERS AND PRODUCTS.: David Brunl; All Jamos R. Uiery; All SERVING: 35-40 ~111 radius * Stark. Portage, Columbiana, Mehoning counties SALESPERBONS: 2 FRANK BRUNO Bruon's 152 N, State St. P.O. Box 455 Madcn OH 43302 (614) 383-1191 (614) 387-8793 Joseph Bruno, V.P. SALES MANAGER: Joe Rnmo BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Joe Bruno; C=garetles. Tobacco, Groceries SERVING.,30.MiIe Radius: N. Central Ohio BUCKEYE CANDY & TOBACCO CO. 400 S, M~n Street P O. Box 64 Mount Vemo~ OH 43050 (614) 393-1676 BUCKEYE SPECIALTIES P.O, Box 400 Maumee OH 43537 BURGESS CANDY & TOBACCO CO., INC. 3207 E, 5th Ave. Columbus OH 43219 (614) 231o2495 Gerald Burgen~. Bd. Chron. A D Busby, Pros. O L Judlertt. Exes. V.P SALES MANAG~L" A. D I~jshy BUY£7~ SERVING Fra.~klin Co~nty SALESPERSONS." 5 ~ OH 43215 (614} 221-4125 GEORGE CANALOS, INC, (415) OH 44114 (216) ~I-1747 CARDINAL FOODS, INC. 315 N+ P~h~ Read Co~ OH 4~ {614} M~fi~d OH 44905 (419J 522-4782 CENTRAL CANDY & CIGAR CO. CENTRAL FOOD DISTRIBUTING CO. COLUMBUS CANDY & TOBACCO CO., INC. (614) 444-11~ BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: J~es Wd~t, Owner OH 45015 (513) 863-0889 EARLS QUALI~ PRODUCTS FAMILY TROTS CANDY CO. Selma D. U~ar, V.P. FISHER F~D~ INC. ~ Ri~ Rd. ~ord Het~ OH 44146 YO~ ~ BO~ FORE~ ClW VENDING 42~ M~d ~. S~h Eu~ OH 44121 (216) FRANK FORTUNE GROCERY CO. FRANKLIN CANDY CO. ~0~ C~DY & ~ CO. TI56324169
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OHIO "WHO'S 'WHO tN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DiSTR|BtI'I'IOH ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE OHIO ~ 28 THE FR4ENDLY WHOLESALE COMPANY 655 C¢~htnan Street P O Box 4.09 Woo~er OH 446el (216) 264~ G~a ~ Seld~. PRs. S~HNG:50 ~es fr~ W~er SA~SP~SONS: 6 GA~POLIS ~ CO. 76 ~ne SI Galir~lis OH 45~ (216) 244-1116 GEM WH~ESALE CO. 120 ~h St. Z~lle OH 43701 GENERAL MERCHANDISE SERVICES~ INC. 405 ~e~d St. P.O. Box 700 Be~lefon~ine OH 43311 4513) 592-7025 GENERAL SALES CO. 1719 ~ C~R SL Ci~,n~ OH 45202 (510) 621-2075 GOLDSMI~ WHOLESALE 39 E Cou~ St. C~ci~fi OH 45202 (513) 241-8079 L. E Go~dsm~. Owner GREIS BROTH~S 5~ York St` C~na5 OH 45214 ALBERT GUARNIERI & CO. 1133 E M~rket Street P.O. Box 927 W~rreo OH 44482 (2t6) 393~3 Albe~ Gu~m~ri. I~1. Pres. & Treas. S~V/NG: Nodheastem Oh~ GUMMER WHOLESALE, INC. 447 J~es P~. Mid-Ohio l~td~ Pk. Heath OH 43056 (614} 928~15 928~415 Ri~rd L. Gummer. Pres. SALES MANAGER: C~d Wdli~s BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Mike Gumme~ C~dy. HABA. Etc. ~ERV/NG: South Central Oh~ SALES~RSONS: ~0 B~NCHES: 3; S~ Ohio H & F ~OBACCO & CANDY CO. DBA Toledo Toblcco ~ ~dy Co. 1455 Sylvania Ave. Tol~o OH 43612 (419) 478-~56 H & FTOBACCO & CA~DV CO. d/b/a Tol~o Toba~o & Can~ Co. 1455 Sy]v~ia Toledo OH 43512 (419) 478-~56 Edward Fran~. Pres. C~ Haddad. Ch~. ROY HANCOCK d/b/~ Hlnc~k Candy Co. 7~ 105th SVest C~evela~d OH 44108 (216) 451-1556 HANNER'S, Dover Fo~s Co. 225 N. Wooster Ave~ P O. Box 588 Dover OH 44622 4216) 343-4485 W. K. Han~er. Pres HARPER H~CHISON THOMPSON CO. 323 S~9~beov~te A~e C~mb~dee OH 43725 432-3734 GEORGE HENGEHOLD SONS 1~9 ~fis Ci~crnna9 OH (513) ~1~831 HENKE PAPER CO. 1519 Plea~l SL Cincinnali OH HEN~ICH ENtERPRiSES 5590 SL. R~ 47 H~ston OH 4~33 (513) ~5-2800 HOME CANDY CO. 303 N. F~ S~eet P.O. BOx 57 Co~octon OH 43812 ~614) 622-1986 THE HURT CANDY & TOBACCO CO. 1105 Off,ere Stree~ P.O. ~x 1345 Podsmoulh OH 45662 (614) 3~-1~8 E. F. Hud. pdndpal HU~EL CANDLES CON~ERY 4714 ~ Cin~nca6 OH 45217 (513) 641-3333 INDU~RIAL TOBACCO & CANDY CO. 219 Sou~ ~ird Street St~ben~ile OH 43952 (614) 282-8343 ~ H. JAMRA CO. 201 ~. St. ClOt S{~t P.O. Box 960 Toledo OH ~2 4419} 24~-3393 JEFFRIES SUPPLY COMPANY ~r. 5th & West M~ Str~ Newark OH 43~5 (614) 345-6225 Jo~ L Jeffd~. Pa~er. O~. Mgr. Joss~ C. Je~s. ~r. Sts. H~ R Je~d~. Pa~r. ~ca. Mgr. BUYERS: Jura L Jeffr~ ~VING: 25 m~e r~us ~LESPERSONS: 7 ~x 1457 ~ OH 49~1 (513) ~8-7131 J~R K~PE 32 ~ ~ ~ C~ 452~ {513) ~1~539 ~ J. K~R~K GO. 342 2~ SL P O ~x 8~ ~ OH ~ KING NUT ~. 307~ ~9~ ~ S~ OH 44139 (216) 2~-~ BUYERS ANO PRO~JCTS' ~BELLE WHOLESALE CANDY CO. INC. ~l~ OH 44~4 ~MY CANDY C~P~Y 9~ H~r~ Ave~ (R~r) Greon~ OH ~1 (513) ~8-I~0 ~E LORAIN NOVEL~ C~ 1735 Br~dway Lo~n OH 44052 (216) 244-3197 M & B DIS~IB~OR$ 76~ Pr~uct~n Or. Ci~nati M-S CANDY COMPANY 13~ Wo~l~wn Ave. Ca~ge OH 43725 (514) ~2-7943 Ted A. Ge~. ~ D~vid T. Germ~. Owner SALES MANAGER: Ted A. Germ~ BUYER A~D PRODUCTS: D~ Ge~an; Candy SERV/NG: 8 ~t~$ ~n S~t~aslem O~o SALESP~ONS" 3 M & S CANDY & TOBACCO CO. 6133 Broadway Ave. Clovel~ OH 44127 (216) BUYERS: Brace Epsld~ SaRV/NG: Cuya~ga Co~ SA~SPER3ONS: 2 MAGIC CI~ CANDLES B19 W. T~scarawas Ave. Ba~e~on OH 44203 (216) 753-1210 Joan Mosier. Owner MANKER WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 42-44 W~t Wate~ Street C~ OH 45601 ~614~ 773-2194 O~ght H. W~fl~ms. Pres. BUYERS ~ PRO~CTS: MC KIRNAN BROTHERS. INC. (419) 58~2428 BUYERS AND PRODUCTS" ME~ER CANDY COMPANY 3617 M~ket SL Youn~town OH 44507 MIAMI CIGAR & TOBACCO CO. SERWNG. 30 ~le ~d~s of Da~. Oh~ THE MID,NO GROCERY COMPANY Stev~ M. R~. V.P.. Gin. Met. ~ey R~ Sal~ M~ (~16} 762-7~5 ANTHONY S. MIGNERY ~. PETER MINGES & ~ON 134 38 W. Couct SI C~¢~rc~a OH 45202 MITCHELL AND SON Rea/of 420 111~n F'~:flay OH 45840 (419) 422-5281 C T M~c~e~]. Owner MORRIS MOIDEL & CO. 114 N. 5th Slrcal Martin= Fern' OH 439~5 (614) 633*0578 GENE MOONEY 1930 S. Third SL lreolon OH 45638 MUSKINGUM VALLEY GROCERY CO. FromSL. P.O Box 305 Mal¢a OH 43758 (614} 962-3015 Hk13ONAL CIGARETTE SERV. 292E M~ket S1 Yo'~'lgstown OH 44507 NICHOLSON FINE FOODS P.O. Box547 Steubenv~lle OH 43952 (614) 282-9766 D, O'CONNORS SON. INC. 116 F_ Court St. P.O. Box 249 Urbana OH 43078 (513) 653-7556 OGG WHOLESALE, INC. 11 Myers Sb-eet Nelsonville OH 45764 (614} 753-1966 OHIO FOOD DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 4173 E~'tway Road Clevelend OH 44121 (216) 291-2015 OHIO NOVELTY & CANDY CO, 521 Market SL Steubenvl,e OH 43952 {614) 262-8601 OHIO VALLEY GROCERY CO., INC. 180.184 Front Street P.O. BoX 606 k~det~. OH 45750 (614) 373.3957 THE OHIO VALLEY WHOLESALE CO. 71h & John SIS. P.O. Box 1308 Portsmouth OH 46662 (614) 353.4171 Wilbum A. Carfingt~n, Pres. Opal B. Carnngton, V.P., Tre~s. Ar~drew B. Tztus, V.P., G.M SALES MANAGER: James O. Tllomas BUYER AND PRODUCTS." Ohlo THE POLLOCK WHOLESALE CO RINI-REGO WAREHOUSE CO. S & H COMPANY THE S. & H. COMPANY (2161 032-0222 BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: FRED SABIN WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR 47 West M~'m Street W~V~o~ OH 45177 (513) 4410~ 42|6) 341-8700 SANESE SERVICES 6465 Busch E~vcL ~ OH SCO'Z" L~ FOOOS, g~ O~ ~:==~y Z:XvZ=~ THE J. M. SEALTS CO.. INC. 301 E. Nor~ St. L~ma OH 45802 |419) 223-2290 SEAWAY FOOD TOWN, INC. 1020 Ford St. Maumee OH 43537 (419) ~3-9401 Frank D. Inston=. Ex~¢ V.P. John C. Gender. V.P Purch. BRAtVCHES'2; See Ohio SEAWAY FOODS, INC. 22801 Aucora Rd. Bedford Heights OH 44146 (216) 663.5500 SELFSERVICEWHOLESALE GROCERY 4300 h~kel P~. S.E. C~evel~m<:l OH 44104 (216) 431-4900 SNAFFER AMUSEMENT CO. 525 Hunt~Ave. Daylon OH 45404 SPANGLER CANDY & TOBACCO OF BRYAN. INC. 119 So Beec~ Street P.O. Box 71 Bryan OH 43506 (~.19) 635-3555 SPANGLER CANDY & TOBACCO OF TOLEDO, iNC. 28 St. Cl~gr Sb'eet P.O. Box 367 Toledo OH 43691 (419) 241-6131 Roger Dean. pres. SALES MANAGER. Fred Duvwe SALESPERSONS; 8 SQUBRI FOODS INC. Un~ & DaltO¢l Sts. C~nci~'lat~ OH 45203 4519l 381.1106 STAR BEACON PRODUCTS CO. 1104 W. Goedale Blvd. Columbus OH 43212 (614) 264-4657 Philip Schidzlnger. P.'es. Joretta Jayne$. Off. Mgr. STRATTON MERCHANDISE COMPANY 217 Ccmmercial Ave.. S.E. New Philadelp~a. OH 44663 (216) 339-2454 John W. S~atton. Owner SALES MANAGER: J. W. BUYER: J, W. Stratton BERVING: East Central Ohio SALESPERSONS.. 3 THE HENRY STRAU$ CO. 1569 Slantey Aven~e 237 ND Sta. Daylo~ OH 45404 (513) 461-4941 THE STRAUS KEILSON CO. Dlv. of Cote-M|rk Distributor= Inc. 9345 PrinoetorvGlendale Rd. P.O. Box 46366 Cincinnati OH 45246 (513) 674-82~ Gll~er Bros.; See CA H. Jerome Lamer. Pies. (CEO) Adhur B. MaUSo Exoc. V.P. Mendy Fisher. V.P. Sis. Robe~l. Oste~dod. V°P.. Opns. Carole G~rten. V.P.. Mdse. SALES MANAGER.. Cad Grindstalf BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: George Matthai SERVING: Ohk~. Kentucky India.r~. Ee.stern Pennsy~vada & Northern West V rgima SALESPERSONS.. 40 BRANCHES:2; See Ohio STUCKEY CIGAR & CANDY Oh.is=on o1 G~mmer Wholesa~ ~ne. 559 1/2 S. Columbus St. Lancaster OH 43130 (614) 650-9575 Robert Gummer SUGAR FOOD CORP. DIv. of CFS Continental Inc. 2000 Westbeit Or. Columbus OH 43228 (614) OH 45802 SUPERIOR WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: THE TAMARKIN COMPANY (216) 792-3811 THOMAS CANDY & CIGARETTE CO. INC. Will Raddi~f. Chtn~. Ohade= C TI5,6324170
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WW 29 OHIO WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION AD DR ESS/TELEPHON E/P ROFtLE OREGON BRANCHES. 1 TR! STATE SUPPLY COMPANY 624 Dil~,~en Ave East I~Nerpool OH 43~20 (2~81 M~y K;~¥ Aznavonan BUYERS AND PRODUCTS, Ge~u~e S. Azn~,vo~a~, C~dy. Toba, cco. Cat~log Showroom Mary ~.y Aznavor~an. Seine SERVING: 0~o V~tley, W. Va. and Eesl SALESPERSONS: 2 V S A INC. OF OHID 5101 N~nan Parkwey P O Box 39370 Solon OH 44139 VALLEY FARM FOOD SERVICE DIVISION 4223 South St. Toledo OH 43615 {41S} 537-1820 VALLEY FARM WHOLESALE DIVISION 600 Ford Maureee OH 43637 4419| 381o1691 Jo Po WALKER COMPANY INC. 76 Ashwood P.O. Box F ~H~n OH 44683 (419) 447-3723 WASHINGTON DIST. INCo WAREHOUSE 3115 Frenchn~n Rd. Toledo OH 436Q7 WATKINS COMPANY Wetk~ns Distr~outing Co., {nc. 416 Maple Avenue Hereilton OH 45011 (513] 894-5771 GmfJ Watk~ns, Pres, Ga~ W~,~kins, V.P. Beulah Wetldns. Secy., Tress. BUYERS AND P~ODUCTS: Beulah Watk~: Confe~ons Gt~ W~tk~ns; Tobaccos, Su~nes, Psper WHITE & LOUDON~ INC. L~ Cieslnn~ OH 45241 4513) 563-g661 OH 44035 4216) ~22-2426 4216] 662-32~ ZIEGLER CO. Jsrw Zieg~e¢, PCes. OKLAHOMA AKIN OISTRIBUTORS P.O` BOX 2747 Tulsa.OK ALBERT BROTHERS 115 Wast Si~ P.O. Box 749 Elk Ci~ OK 73644 4405) BUYERS ANO PRODUCTS: BAILEY'S CANDY & TOBACCO CO. 1814 N W. Ist Strcet Okl~om~ Ci~ OK 731~ (405) BARTLESVILLE TOB. CO. BOAZ CANDY & TOBACCO CO. SAL~S MANAGER JOe Paxson BUI"ERS ANO PRODUCTS" D=nSr~h SERV'~VG. 60 w~e ~ CAMPB~ WHOL~AL~ INC 5030 E CHERRY WHOLESALE GROCERY CONSOLIDATED WHOLESALE COMPANY INC. CUSHING WHOLESALE CO. (405) 323-2131 OUCKWALL WHOLESALE CO. SALESPERSONS" 5 DUNCAN CANDY & TOBACCO CO. ENID WHOLESALE INC. (91~) 627~770 FELIX SNACK FOODS INC. HAGMANS INC. HALE HALSELL CO. Sam FL Cra~. P~= Moot J~o Vp P~ta Lo~gbolh=m. Secy~ SALES MANAGER. S~rn R. Crag BUYERS AND PRODUCT~. MA~ WHOLESALE CO. INC. 1 (40~ ~3-1874 (405) 482-2811 MUSKOGEE TOM'S INC. NOBLIN WHOLESALE 74401 1918) ~2~08 NORTHWEST WHOLESALE, INC. 14~) 25~7937 SPINDLE WHOLESALE CO. INC. (405) 622-2131 SALES MANAGERS: Sam ~ran (405) 321-6286 ~LE~ERS~ 3 ~EPHENSON WHOLESALE CO. INC. ~ 51 t ~ OK ~1 (4~) 7~13 ~LMV~ W~E~LE CO. INC. SERt4NG.- Corral Oklahon~ SALESPERSONS fi TRI STATE DIST. 103 S Main St Mtarm OK 74354 TULSA TOBACCO CO. INC. 211 NO~ Boulder Box 3266 TuL~. OK 7418~ {918} 5~4.5151 TYLER & SIMPSON CO. Relell D~v. 2020 Industrial Blvd. P.O, BOX 1267 Norn~aJn OR 730~9 (405) 321-1360 W. Tyler Colley. Gan. Mgr. SALESPERSONS: H;rold Ca~twell BUYERS & PRODUCTS: Don Dnskell SERVING: 160-Mile ReO~JS" Central. S. W.. & N E OK SALESPERSONS: 5 BRANCHES: 2; See Texas. Oklahorea W & W TOBACCO CO. 110 North Oak Street S~lhSaw OK 74955 1918) 775-2141 J A WALDREP WHOLESALE CO. 25 E. Main SL P.O. Box 160 Locust G~'ove OK 74352 1918) 479-5270 WEBBER WHOLESALE CO. 128 E. 6th Street P.O. Box 143 Pawhuska OK 74056 19181 287-4760 WlLUS WHOLESALE 216 W. Broadway P O. Box 1602 Serek~ole OK 74868 (405) 379-3770 WILSON WHOLESALE CO., INC. 1001 F Ave. P.O. Box 567 Lawton OK 73502 (405) 355-5960 Maxie D. Crouch, Pres. Michael D. Crouch, V.P. Debra A. Ba~ley, Secy. SALES MANAGER: Ma~e D. Crouch BUYER AND PRODUCTS: M~=e D= Crouch; A0 SERVING:50 reile radius SALESPERSONS. 3 BRANCHES: 11 See Ok(ahorea OREGON AMERICAN PACIRC CORPORATION 2320 N.W. 2181 Ave. P.O. Box 3087 Portland OR 97208 APOLLO DISTRIBUTING CO. INC. 9540 N. E. Rivers~e Way Po~tl~d OR 97211 (503) 249-7235 John Piacentini, Owner SALES MANAGER: Larry Moore BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Larry Moore; Cigaretles, Tot~acco. Groceries SERVING: 100-Mile Radius SALESPERSONS: 1 BATES CANDY CO. 160 N. Fir Street Medford OR 97501 1503} 772.5225 BERNSTEIN BROTHERS~ INC. 1120 S. E. Mordson Street Portland OR 97214 (503) 235-8341 Steven C~mpl. Principal SALES MANAGER: Steven Camp! BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Alan Carept; Cigarettes, Tobacco, Stackers Access,, Paper Products & Sundries I~rry Mclntyra; Paper P¢oducts SERVING: Poland, Cancouver, Beaverton, Hdfsboro. Oregon SALESPERSONS: 5 CASCADE VENDING 160 W= Cummings Corvatlis OR 97330 A. COLE CANDY TOBACCO CO° 1452 N F~ Alberta St. Portland OR 97211 (503) 284.2221 D & R CANDY DISTRIBUTORS 1527 Industrial Way Albany OR 97321 (503) 928.9588 Frands G DeMars, Owner DALTON DISTRIBUTING CO.. INC. P. 0 Box 73 Bums OR 97720 (803) 673.2221 SALES MANAGER: David Heinz TERR['[ORY SERVED: Hareey County SALESPERSONS: 4 FAST BREAK SNACK CO, 689 N.E. 241h Hiltsboro OR 97123 FLEMING CO. |NCo At Pheasant Court S. E. MJlwauke Express Portland OR 97222 GEYSER BROS. 6605 S. W. 1111h Street P.O. 1843 Boevedes OR 97005 (503) 643°6506 Branch OE Gbl=er Bro~.; See Callfornl| Robble Rchinso~, Br. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Will Vernon SERVING, Oregon & Washingtoo GLASER BROS. #46 303 N ~ F St. Grants Pass OR 97526 (503) 476-6661 Branch of:. Gfeser Sros; See California Jerry Loog. er Mgr. SALES MANAGER:Jess Z~e~nski GC CHUCK HARTMAN DST. 308 E Rest St. The DaJlae OR 97058 Reseburg OR 97470 1503) 673-402~ INLAND SALES CO. P.O Box 697 I~ Grando OR 97850 J & W SALES CO. P.O. BoX 912 Ba)(ar OR 97814 PAUL JACKSON WHOLESALE CO. F~od D~/. 1121 NeW. P~.I( St P O Bo~ 1920 Roseb~ OR 87470 MATI~HEW DISTRIBUTING, 207 ~/Z Lao~P~ $~ 7~e D~es OR 9706~ TI56324171
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~/30 OREGON WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE PENNSYLYANIA WW _':in Brarch o~. McDo~=k:l Whol=sa~e Co. See MC~NA~ C~OY 1~ M~l~d OR 37~1 MC~NALD CANDY ~. H~y 101 P.O. BOX 40 N~ OR 973~ (5~} 2~7~1 MC~NA~ CANDY 518 R~ OR 97470 (5~) ~3~ MC~NA~ CANDY C~ 3~ ~ter DL N.~ P.O. BOx 12185 Sal~ OR 97~9 (5~) 363-7114 MCDONALD WHOLESALE CO. 2350 W. Broadway P.O. BOx 2340 E~ane OR 97402 (5~) 345-~21 Z. E. K~ler. V.P. SALES MANAGe: Vem~ ~oms~ BUYERS • PRO~CTS: ROd Huey S~V/NG: 1~-~ile Radius: ~ne Coun~ SALESPERSONS: 7 P & M DISTRIBUTORS 320 Jsh~n Dn Gran~ Pass OR 97526 (503) 476-I 568 P~ul D, Amfing, Owner PACIFIC COMMERCE CO. 24S45 Wad~ Road B~ra OR 97437 POPPERS SUPPLY CO. 340 S.E. 7~ Ave. Po~land OR 97214 RICH & RHINE, INC. 140 S. E. 28th Ave. Po~iend OR 97214 (503) 233-4631 R~d Owens, Pres. John Mu,on, S~., Tre~. John R~. SA~ES MANAGER: Bonald Owens BUYERS AND PRODUG~: Ranald Owe~, New Items J~n Mull~; Can~, Tobacco J~n Ri~; SERVING: N.W, Ore~ ~ALESPERSON~: 4 S~ FRESH CO. 3303 S.~. 20~ Ave. Pod)and OR 97202 (503) 231-7830 STAR DIS~IBUTORS INC. 4 St~llwelt ~lamook OR 97141 (503) 842~461 D~ Kehr, Pd~al VENDORS WHOLESALE SUPPLY INC. 7056 N.~. G~ St, Podlond OR 97213 (503) 257-0754 H. G. St` He~. Pros, SALES ~AGER: H, G, SL Halan BUYERS ~ PRODUCTS: R. L. SL Hel~ 3ERVING: 450-M~e R~d~s: WA, Wastem No,hem CA. Ore~n SALESPERSONS., 3 WEST COAST GROCERY CO. 3601 State St` P.O. Box 12909 Sal~ OR 97309 (503) 581-6~00 B~nch Washington Ken~ R, Green, V.P., G~. M9r, WHITE~W CANDY CO. 510 West S~th St. Medford OR 97501 (503) 772-9261 PENNSYLVANIA A & A E~RPR)SES 536 Brook Ln. Warm]nster PA 16974 A & H FOODS A~-GOOD PAC~GING 22 S, 3~d St` Rea~ng PA 19602 ALLEN BR~. 24th & W~hington Pbilade~phi~ PA 19146 (215) 3~-6644 (215) 736.0200 AMERICAN CANDY CO., INC. 217 Mdler Street ~obe PA 15650 (412) 537-2861 J~ M. Dav~, Pr~p~ SA~S M~AGER: Jos~h R~e~s BUYERS AND ~ODUCTS: J~ M. Da~: C]gare~es, TObs~, Candy, Gum 3ERWNG: 35.Mi~e R~d~s S~ESP~SONS: 4 AM~ SA~ INC. 1121 De~er St. R~u~ PA 15220 ANDRESS CANDY CO. 480 ~Im St. Ki~st~ PA 187~ L~IS ANDREU~ CONFECTI~ERy ~ter & ~es~ H~et~ PA I~01 (717) 4~3~I E ARIZMEND INC. 3161 State Rd. ~¢I ~ PA 1~20 (215) ~8-2086 E~e J. A~. P~es, AR~N F~ PRODU~ ~ PA t9134 ASS~IATED F~D DIS~IB~ORS, 2741 ~ S~ ~ PA 19134 (215) 739-9335 A~S MER~NG CO. INC. I~142 ~ ~Av~ ~ PA I~ ~1~ BAKER INDUSTRIES 1050 Co,we8 CoctshO~'V~klct PA 19428 (215) 82~-6230 t.F-BAKER 461 N H~ St. H~lover PA 17331 FRED B. BAYER CO. 326 A|laghmly Slreet P O Box 244 Hunl~ngdon PA 16652 (814) 643-0420 F. B. Bayer. III. Owner SALES MANAGER. F. B. Bayer, III BUYER" C!oyd L. Norris SERVING: CentraJ Penr~vama SALESPERSONS: 2 J. F. CAVANAUGH 4353 M~=n Street Ph~lade~phca PA 19127 (215) 4~3-0777 CHAPPIES WHOLESALE 162~ S 71h St Ph~ PA 19148 CLARION CANDY CO. BRANCHES'I Street Clearfmlcl PA 16830 (814) 765-7839 BEAVER VALLEY CIGAR & CANDY AAV Company, JACK COHEN 402 F_ Wyom=ng Ave. Philadelphia PA Cleveland, Ohio 891SL 5th Ave. New Brighton PA 19120 15066 BEVACO FOOD SERVICE 1313 Wyom]e~ Ave. Exeter PA 15643 (717) 654-3374 BITTNER VENDING INCo 629 Main Safest Bedi~ PA 15530 R. L BIVANS QUALITY FOOD 1555 Dauphin Ave. BLACKBURN-RUSSELL CO., INC. R.R. and N, 311dross P.O. Box 157 Bedford PA 15822 (814) 623-5181 BLAIR CANDY CO., INC. 1215 Seventh Avenue Altoona PA 16602 (814) 344-3581 JeAnne Dandrea, V.P. Sill Ajay. Secy., Treas.. Pres. PA Assn. Tob & Candy D~str. SALES MANAGER: 8ill Ajay BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Bill Ajay; Candy, Tobacco Don Fazenbeker; Paper SERVING: 8 Counties Central Pa. SALESPERSONS: 6 S. BLATI', INC. 4101 Lancaster Avenue Philsdelishia PA 19104 (215) 556-8674 BLUE RIBBON VENDING 7400 Oxford Ave. Philadelphia PA 19111 (215) 725-3300 Joseph J. Lovlne, Pres., Bd, Chrmn. SALES MANAGER: Donald Chit6ck BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Raymond Harris; Cigarettes, Tobacco, Snacks SERV/NG:60-Mile Red=us: Phils. Delaware Eucks Montgomery and parts of N.J. SALESPERSONS: 3 BONI TOB, CO., INC. RD 1 Shawmut Bd. P.O. Box 292 Brockport PA 15823 (814) 268-6365 Sam Melil[o Bernice Melillo, Principal SALES MANAGER: Paul "G~omas BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: SERVING.. 100-Mile Radius SALESPERSONS: 2 P. J. BRADLEY WHOLESALE FOOD 55-27 Woodland Ave. Philadelphia PA BREAK-N-EAT 69 Sycamore St. Etna PA 15223 THE BRENEISER TOBACCO CO. 123 N. 181~ St. Reading PA 19601 M. BRENNER & SONS, INC. 7th & Divis¢on Sts P.O. Box 2333 Harrisburg PA 17105 (717) 233-4531 BROCK & COMPANY, INC. 16 Great Valley Pkwy. Malvem PA 19355 (215) 647-5656 Lynmar Brock, Jr., Pres. BRU-CEL DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC. 105 East Mal~ Street P.O. Box 97 Harrison Valley PA 16927 (814) 334-5232 Brace Adams, Pres. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Bruce Adams; Candy, Tobacco, Snacks Lon~da Adams; HASA, Sundries SERV/NG. Potter & Tioga pennsylvania, Allegheny & Stueben CoLmtias SALESPERSONS: 2 BUCKS COUNTY CIGAR & CANDY CO. Cedar & Market Streets P.O. Box 105 Bristol PA 19007 (215) 788-5242 C C DISTRIBUTORS 175 Snyder Rd. Sharon PA 16146 C & J KOWNACK( COMP. 1801 Parade St, Erie PA 16503 C & S VENDING SVC. INC. 510 131h St, Franklie PA 16323 CANDY MAN 274 Hendr~x St. Philadelphia PA 19116 CANDY RAMA 3340 Smallman St. Pittgourgh PA 15201 (412) 683-~.8~ CANONSBURG FOODS 57 West P~ke SL Cano~shurg PA 15317 (412) Evangeli~e PiHmu. V.P. Peter W. Pillion. V P SALES MANAGER: Peter W. ~ BUYERS AND PROOUCTS: Peter W, P~e~; St~ck$. C..ej~rettes & T¢~lcco Evan~ehne Pilv, ou; Candy W4~L~t N~ Pl~e~; Smi, ll CAPfl'AL W~NT'ZELWHQLESALE 1615 ~ I-~ C.aerksle PA 17013 (717) 243-8060 MILT COHEN DIST. INC. 545 W. Jefferson SL Cheltenhz~l PA 19012 SAM COHEN & SONS 1150 E. Malden Sveet Washington PA 15301 (412) 222-0400 Sam E~se~lat, Partner Milton I~L.~enst~t. Parlner SALES MANAGER: Murray A. Friedman BUYERS AND PRODUCTS. Milton Emanstat; All Murray A. Fbedman; All SERVING: Greater Wash. - Southwest Comer of Pa. SALESPERSONS: 2 COLATCH WHOLESALE Broad St & McCoy Rd. P.O. Box 574 Connetlsviga PA 15425 (412) 626-5810 COLE CANDY & TOBACCO CO., INC. 219 High Street P.O. Box 495 Pottstown PA 19464 {215) 326-7720 Gerald J. Pritcealllal, Pr~cipal SALES MANAGER: "(orn Rhoadas BUYERS & PRODUCTS: Tom Rhoades SERVING:3OoM~Ie Radius: Pottstown Phoenixvilie Norris own, Barks, Read ng, Men gomery & Chester SALESPERSONS: 4 COLOMBIA TOBACCO CO. INC. 509 S. 16th St. P.O. Box 541 Columb~ PA 17512 (717) 684-2710 CONRAD WHOLESALE CO., INC. 105-111 Adams St. P.O. Box 248 Johnstown PA 15907 (814) 536-5391 Alexander V. Saho, Pres. SERVING: C~mbr~ County CONTINENTAL TO P PER, INC. Route 136 ~ghty Four PA 15330 (412) 531-1015 COOPER-BOOTH WHOLESALE CO. 200 Centerv=lle Road Lancaster PA 17603 (717) 299-4353 Burton MargOllS. Pras. SALES MANAGER: Harry Losh~owsky PRODUCTS: Candy, Tobacco. Grocedes, HSA SERVING:Lancaster, Lebanon, Dauphin York Borks, Ches or, Adams, Cumber sn0, Frank in, Northern Md SALESPERSONS: 1 BRANCHES." 1; See Pennsylvania COVENCO 2700 Pasto~ St. Hsrrkburg PA 17111 (717} 564-2000 CRYSTAL NUT COMPANY 1102 Pittston Ave. Scranton PA 18505 D & M SALES CO. Rap~ Wholesale 4633 State Rd. Drexel Hdl PA 19026 (215) 449-18OO Donald DiBomardino. Owner OAFFIENS CANDIES 63 Washinglcn St, Sharon PA 16146 (412) 342-2892 DARMOFAL CANDY CO. 1807 Luzeme Street P.O. Box 75 Scranton PA 15504 (717) 344-1435 JOHN H. DAUER & SONS, INC. 154 W. 20th St:. Erie PA 16502 J. J. DEAN GROCERY CO. 2080 W State St. West Gate Plaza New Castle PA 16101 (412) 685-7761 W. A. DEHART, INC. Old Route 15 P.O. Box 434 New Columbia PA 17656 (717) 568-1551 DELAWARE COUNTY TOBACCO CO., INC. 310 Edgm~nt Avenue P O. Sex 674 Chester PA 19016 (215) 876-7186 Benjamin Rubensta~n. Pres. D~v<I Rubenstaln, V.P. SALES MANAGER: DavZd Rubenstein BUYERS AND PRODUCT~. D. Rubenetein; Candy L Pintof; Tobacco. Sundries SERVING. 3 Counties - SE Pennsylvania SALESPERSONS,. 6 DELAWARE COUNTY TOBACCO CO. INC. T/A L Go~dbe~:j & C~ Ir~. 1060 E. Lelco~ H~3~way P O. Box 750 Coate~v~le PA 19320 (215) 384.1234 D. OEODATI & SONS 37-80 Main SL Manayu~k Ptliledelphl& PA 19140 (215) 228-5664 Ecimund B. Moose, Panner Recta D. Moore. SALESMANAG~R: Edmue~d B. Meo~e Pete P~:~z~; Cae, dy. Paten~ & Cigare~ ~4LE~- 6 O~ECT CANOY SERVICE.. INC. PA 19~07 DOR~ARD WHLS~ INC. 1130 He¢~ve¢ A~e. ~ PA 111~3 (~15) 432-5~3~ Ft171 ECONOMY WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. INC. 3000 7th Aven~ze AJto~n~ PA 16602 |614) 944*9374 EISENSTAT CANDY CO. ELLWOOD CITY CANDY CO. ETTLINE FOODS CORPORATION FEIST WHOLESALE FORT PiTT CANDY CO. MIs=ourl FOX INDUSTRIES, INC. CALVIN FRIEDBERG JOSEPH FRIEDMAN SONS INC. Pfi~ces~,Slrast P.O, Box 2045 York PA 17405 (717) I. GOLDSHLACK CO. GERMAN DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 351 Noah Mul~ St La~-~ste¢ PA 17603 (717) Seniarr~ F. Gom,.a~, Pre¢ BU'~ER AND PROOUCTS. TI56324172
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WI"IO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ~ 31 PENNSYLVANIA ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE PENNSYLVANIA ~ 31 JOHN GROVES CO. 412 F_ Eighth Ave. Homestead PA 15120 (412) 462-7900 Renee Groves We~s. Prs.~ Ranee Groves Les~erci. HALLER FOOD SERVICE, INC. 1400 w. 20th SL Er,e PA 16~0~ (514) 465-9021 HANOVER CANDY & TOBACCO SUPPLIES, INC. 224 W. Forney Avenue P.O. Box 150 I¢~nover PA 17331 (717) 632-2432 Bumell L Small, Pres. Myrione M. Small, V.P. Secy. SAL~S MANAGER Albert Reddtng BUYERS AND PRODUCTS" R~ L. Small; Candy. Tobacco ProducB A. RedOing; Drugs SERVING: South Central Penn,, and North1 Central Marytand STAN HARRIS & CO., INC. S. E. Cot. G x Lycomtng Phtladelph/a PA 19124 (215) 426-7500 J. C. HAUER'S SONS, INC. Garden Spot Cigar Co, 328 W. CumbedaJ~d Street Lobancn PA 17042 (717) 272-4630 C. N. Dalhnget, Pros W. S. Dell(aBet, V.P. Lo~ris B, OeIlingsr, Trees. C. L. Dellinger, Secy. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: M~y Beliinger SERVING: 50 mile radius SALESPERSONS: 6 HAV-A VEND INC. 612 State Rd. Croydon PA 19020 HERMANOWSKI WHOLESALE, INC. 1907 penn Ave. Pittsburgh PA 15222 (412) 391-6492 HOLLAROERS DRUG Braddock Ave. Braddock PA 15104 GEORGE J. HOWE CO., INC. 629 W. Main St. P.O, Box 269 Grove City PA 16127 (412) 458-9410 I.L L. HUMPHRIES & SON~ iNC. 3105 Kensington Avenue P~'~adelphla PA 19134 (215) 634-4990 J & J WHOLESALE 34-36 East ChurcJ1 St. Udiontown PA 15401 (412) 438-3566 JACK'S QUALITY FOODS 1146 Msdway Rd~ Philadelphia PA 19115 (215) 698-1595 JEFFERSON WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 400 Elk Run Ave. P.O. Box 430 Punxsutawney PA 15767 (914) 838-8660 JETRO C & CENT. iNC. 35-35 S. t 0th SL Phi[adelphla PA 19148 BUD JETI'ER 427 Main St. Derby PA 19023 (2'~5) 583-7111 RAY W. JOHNSON CANDY & CIGARS 730 Saco Drive Industrial Park Monroeville PA 15146 (412) 372-5454 R~y W. Johnson, P~nclpal SALES MANAGER" Bernie H~ski BUYERB & PRODUCTS: B~mis Haski SERVING: 30.M~la Radius: Washington, Allegheny & Westmoreland BALEBPERSONS: 2 JUNIATA FOODS INC, 135 W, Elizabeth St. Lewis(own Industrial Plaza Lawistown PA 17944 (717) 248-9558 JURIN DISTRIBUTORS CO. 6109 N 2181 StreBt phlt~delphi~, PA 19138 (215) 548-4817 JOHN KAKALEY 943 E. Bi~u'nond SL Hazleton PA 18201 A. KARNAVAS CO. 242 Ms,'chant SIreet Amhddge PA 15003 (412) 266-4060 THOMAS J, KAVANAGH 6940 l"orresdale Ave. ph~ladalphia PA 18135 KEPPEUS, INC. 323 N. Queans SVeat P.O. Box 759 Lance.star PA 17603 (717) 397-8214 Robert F. Kappa, Jr,, Pres. & CEO G. H. Spackman. Secy. SALES MANAGER: J. 0. Hewes BUYER AND PRODUCTS: D. K. Fisher; Tobaccos. Candy SERVING: Lonnsstar ~ 4 surrounding counties KEY STORES COMPANY 43 S. Weshl,egton SL Wgkas Barra PA 18701 (717) 822-4155 KEYCO DIST. INC. S~n Sacci Parkway Box 125 NantJcoke PA 15634 (717) 735-2840 Frank KowgJski, Jr., Exec. V,P. SALEB MANAGER: Frank Kowatsid, Jr. BUYERS & pRODUCTS: Frank Kowalski. Jr.; Grocery Joe Rom¢~s~ Frozen Tom Bogdan: Tot~eco SALESPERSONS: 8 KEYCO DISTRIBUTORS, INC. Sar,.s $ouci Pkwy. at ~ P.O. Box 77 PA 1~634 (717) 629-1936 S, T Kowliski, Pres. SA/.ES ~ (~:W: Frank I~lSkl. JC BUYERSAND ~~ I~"rO~E P-J~DY CO. G~ry M. Hah41. V.P. KLAFTERS tNC. 216 N. B~eer St, New Cas6e PA 16101 (412) 656-85~1 KRAMER & SON 5005 wayne Ave. R~itadalphia PA 19144 S. KUBIAK DISTR. 7S6 Mare St.. ML P~euant PA 15665 (412) 547-2573 Stalla KuDmk. Owner GORDON T. KUNTZ & SON 622-625 Mare Street P.Q Box 122 Slatingto~ PA 18080 (215} 767-3082 Thomas A. Kuntz, Owner BALEB MANAGER. Thomas A. Kuntz BUYER: LEBANON UNITED JOBBERS, INC. SALES MANAGER" F. L. Van W~nkle NORMAN C. LENHART ~S AND PRODUCT~ John H. Brown. Jr.. Candy ~ Hle~land: Tobscco Kay B. ~e~ ~oce~ S~G" So~h~t~ ~, Md, De], ~ MI~ERS WHOLESALE MOLINO DISTRIBUTORS 1014 W. ~ay~ St P~=ls~s PA 19140 ~7~171 227-6~97 MONTCO CASH & CARRY ~18 W. 9~ SL Chester PA 19013 MO~CO CASH & CARRY 1250 S. 25~ SL Philad~phia PA 19146 MONTCO CASH & CARRY 37~ ~ ~ Phil~del~a PA 19140 Hill PA 19079 J. MORESKY & SON 123 W, L~g Argue Now Caalle PA 16101 (412) Harw Mor~ky. Pa~er S~via Mor~. P~nar SERVING: 3 c~nties MUNSCH'S LUNCHES, INC, 2302 N. Chad~ St. Pi~s~rgh PA 15214 {412) 321-1777 Mark L. Muns~, Pres. C. W. NEWCOMER T~ 216 N. Main ~ex M~heim PA 17545 IVAN C. N~COMER DBA Poffsvil~e T~. 72 S. M~n St. Pine Grove PA 179~ ~17) ~5-~11 NEWMAN B 2241 Fro~t St. Phila~lph~ PA 19101 NORR[STOWN WHOLESALE 14 De K~lb St. LEWISTOWN TOBACCO DISTRIBUTOR Norris(own PA 19405 (215) 272-8871 12So.SpruceSt`Lew~stownPA'[7044(717)242-1005 OBADE CANDY CO., INC. Rocky Socdo, Owner 370 S, Jefferson $1. K[ttanning PA 16201 (412) BUYERS & PRODUCTS: Rocco Socclo SERVING:30.Mde Radius: Mifflin, Snyder & Cen~e Counties BALESPERSONS: 1 LIBERTY CANDY CO. INC. 980 Irwin Run Road West Mifllin PA 15122 (412) 461.2700 B. LIPSITZ CO. Trading Corp. 450 Malwood $1, Pittsburgh PA 15213 (412) 291-2978 (412} 687-4500 Herr~,e Upsitz, Pdnclpa~ Robert Updtz, V.P. BUYERS & PRODUCTS: Robert Upsilz SERVING," t 50-Mi~e Radius: piP.sburgh. Greater W. PA. WV SALESPERSONS: 7 LOBLAW MARKE'P3 Mid-City Tower 9th & State Sts. Erie PA 16501 (814) 454-0719 LOGAN CANDY CO. 140 N Elm Street Butler PA 16001 (412) 287-3765 FAUST J. LUNARDINI 439 Railroad S1rest B~lgev~lle PA 15017 (412) 221-3131 M & G SALES CO. 743 Maple Ave, Johns(own PA 15901 MARKOW]TZ CANDY 818 E. Ohio St. p=ttsburgh PA 15212 (412) 231-5950 M. MASKAS & SONS 142 E 7th Avenue TaJ'enk;~ PA 15084 (412) 224-6009 Robert G. Maska9 Lavema Maskas. Secy. & Treas. BALEB MANAGER: I_avema M. Maskes BUYERS & PRODUCTB: Robert G. Maskas BERVING:20.Mde Radius: AJlegheny, Westmoreland, Armstrong & Butler SALESPERSONS: 3 MC ANENY BROTHERS INC. d/b/a Herw L. Felsel Who. Co. 1334-36 Framkhn St. Johns(owe PA 15905 Thomas J. McAn~ry, Secy. & Trees. MCKEESPORT CANDY COMPANY 1101 Fifth Avenue P.O. Box 575 Mc Keasgort PA 15134 (412) 462-6421 Gerald Prince, Pres. Sidney MtSlan. V.P. SERVING: West Pe~nsylv~ala MID VALLEY CANDY CO. 1542 S, M~i~ St. Pedwilla PA 18452 (717) 489-5631 Edward M. Buobo Owner SALES MANAGER: Edward M. Bush BUYER AND PRODUCT~. Edward M Bush; All ~nes MILES BRADFORD CO. 86 Etm St P.O. Box 338 B~dferd PA 16701 (814} 368-7151 (814) 366-7151 W D. Smd~, Prea. SALES MANAGER: D. P. H~y~e~ BUYERS &PRODUGTS. W C. O'Teo~e R D C~evetand 15132 (412) 672~0~2 MILLER & HARTM.~N. ~ 1 ~ Ct~ ~ 3~7-~L~t 549-1697 Joyce Nasser. Pres. June Rosa Obade, Secy., Trees. l~omes Nassar, Gan, Mgr. BUYERS: "~omas Nassar John Nassar OLEWINE'So INC. P.O, Box 3641 H~dsburg PA 17105 (717) 238-1976 pYA/MONARCH INC. 7746 Dungan Rd. P.O. Box 5007 Philadelphia PA 19111 (2t5) 342-7200 M. PAOLELLA & SONS, INC. G St. & Erie Ave. Philadalphla PA 19134 (215) 426-4700 PARK JENSEN CO, [NC. East Neversink Road Exeter Industrial Park Readln9 PA 19606 Mark J. Scaisse. Pres. SALES MANAGER: Kid S. Le~phart BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: John Went~al; Cigarettes, C~jars, Tobacco, Candy, HBA, Bill Brungsen; Cigarettes, C~gars. Tobacco, Candy, HBA, Frank Ndil; Cigarettes, Cigars. Tobacco. Candy, HBA. SERVING: Soulheastem PA, South NJ SALESPERSONS: 10 PENN MACARONI CO. INC. 2010 Pe~n Avenue Pitlsburgh PA 15222 (412) 471-8330 PENN. STATE UNIV. Food Stores Bldg. Ur~vors~ly Pad( PA 16012 PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH CO., INC. 498 North Baltimore Ave. P.O. Box 128 Mt. Holly Sprin~s PA 17065 (717) 486-3496 (800) 233-7082 Outs=de Pa, Lincoln A. W~rralt, Pres• L, Robert Lebo, V,P.. Rn. Tom Pravite, Dir. of Purch. Glen~ N. Siemens, V.P,, Sales. Mktg. John Rood, Asst` V.P.. Sates Mktg. SALES MANAGER: Glana N. Sirnmans PERLOFF BROTHERS, INC. 7lh & Packer Ave. Philadelphia PA 19145 (215) 463-8200 Jank Korman, Super. Thomas N. Perloff, Pres. BRANCHES: 2; See New York, New Jersey PERSONALIZED DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, INC. 98 Vanadium Rd. t~-k~ville PA 15017 (4~2) 257-6222 Hugh M. Kelly, P~es. PITrSTON TOBACCO COMPANY 62 N~ M~n St. P~stan PA 18640 (717) 654.3388 POLLOCK CANOY & ClG. 380 S. Jeffe~'so~ P.O. Box 469 Kit(anteing PA 15201 (814) 543-0341 HARRY M. PDLLOCK CO. 120 198 S. Greet Ave. IQt~m~t~ PA 16201 (412) 542-1611 Po1"rs EROTHERS 28 F- 5th SL Mount C~Tnel PA 17~51 POI'rS BROTHERS 14 S. 3rd St. Sainl C~rPA 17970 PO'~'SVILLE WHOLESALE SUPPLY INC. 55~ ~ Ce~t~" ~t~ Pott~lla PA 17901 (717) D~ld J. Ma~as. ~ M~kas. V~P. Sales B/JYERS AI~D PRO~JCTS: PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS 21 P.=droad St. LO~ PA I9235 (2~5) 377-2600 PUTIGNANO CANDY & CIGAR CO. 231 Longfellow St. V~'ide~'gnff PA 15690 {412) 567-6221 SALES MANAGER: Vinca pu6gn~ne BUYER" SERH~VG* W~moretand ~nd Arrns~ County GUAMDINE INC. 2554 lndnstty Ln N~nslown PA 19403 RACK RITE D|ST. Div. Of Fltt~ Aid Corp. P. O. BoX 3165 H~'risburg PA 17105 (717} 761-2633 REDSTONE CANDY CO. 130 Main Street Repubfic PA 15475 (412} 246-9605 David G. Bashoar. Partner BALES MANAGER." George A. Bashour SERVING" Fayetta & Greene Counties SALESPERSONS: 3 REEVES PARVIN & CO. Iridustt~l Park P.O. Box 478 Huntingdon PA 16652 (814) 643-2300 RIDGE CANDY & TOBACCO 2115 Ridge Pr, iladalghia PA 19121 RIEMER SUPPLY CO. 3030 Perle Ave. Pittsburgh PA 15201 RONNIES TOBACCO INC. 1629 S. 7th St. Philadelphia PA 19148 (215) 462-8591 S & K IMPORTS 511 Boltimare Ave. East L~nsdowne PA 19082 S & S CANDY & CIGAR CO. 2025 Carson Street Pittsburgh PA 15203 (412) 481-6577 Dick Stephens, Prinopal SERV/NG: 25-Mile Radius: Greeter Allegheny County SAMERIC CANDY CO. 4800 R~sing Sun Ave. Philadelphia PA 19120 SAV-SERV INC. 1300 S. Male Ave. Scroeton PA 10504 BLAIR SAYLOR WHOLESALE TOBACCO & CANDY 405 W. Mkt` St. York PA 17404 (117) 843-3049 C. Bl~r Saylor, Owner SCREIB & SN¥OER 1230 W. M~n St. Valley View PA 17983 SCHILLER WHOLESALE CO. d/b/a Three Rivir= TObl¢¢O & Candy co. 2001' Prable Avenue Pittsburgh PA 15233 (412) 322-8114 PETER J. SCHMII"I" CO. 385 Shenango Ave. Sharon PA 16146 (412) 981 ol 500 William Owannstedt, V.P. Louis R. Epstein, Pres, Francis p. Miller, Exec, V.P. Dennis Stink. D~r. Retail Opt. BALES MANAGER: Sdl Giasler BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: John Knupp; Tobacco Helen Donne,y; Candy Terry Gula; Head Buyer SERVING: Eastern Ohio, Westgm Pa, SALESPERSONS: 10 SCO'I'I" GROCERY CO. Sunshine Mkt, Inc. 1492 Hwg. 315 Wilkes-Barre PA 18711 (717) 829-1392 Joseph SellittOo Gan. Mgc SCRANTON TOBACCO CO., INC. 240 E. Elm St, Scranton PA 18501 (717) 342-3111 SEAMAN WHOLESALE Broadway and Walnut Scot(dale PA 15683 (412) 857-9630 W. M, Seaman, Partner T. C. Seaman, Partner W, M. Seaman; T. C. Seaman; All SERVING:IS mi~es radius from Scot(dale SALEBPERSONS: 3 2ND ST. WHOLESALERS 1 O2 N. 2rid St. Pbiladalph~ PA 19106 SHIPTON & PAYNE CO. 2854 N~ 5th Street Phlladetph~ PA 19133 (2151 228.5656 SHIRE WHOLESALE 657 Evergreerl Ave, P=t~sbargh PA 15209 (412) 821-2722 SKY BROS., INC. P.O, Box 632 Altoona PA 16603 {814) 946-1201 SKY BROS. OF ALLENTOWN 1135 N. Plymouth St. A~lentown PA 18103 (215) 321-9000 p.A. & S. BMALLCO. 1100 N, Sh~rnen SL P.O. BOx 589 York PA 17405 {717) 755-1976 Sr~nfh oP. S. M. RIcldngee Co~ Inc4 See New Yoek Ricf'~rd Ngenfdtz, D~,, M~. W. J. SMITH CO. INC~ 15 Race SL Caras~uqu~ PA 18032 SMITHS CANDIES, INC. 40~ S Ra=koad SL Mye~-town PA 17067 ('/17) 866-40~3 Joh, n FL Bm~t. P~es. SNACKS ENTERPRLSE~ TyrOL B~vd. ~ PA 1SO62 SOMERSET CANDY COMPANY 23~ W, ~ Skeet Se='~erset PA 15501 (914} 445-Z247 TI56324173
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WW 32 PENNSYLVANIA WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ADDRESS/I'ELEPHONE/PRORLE SOUTH CAROUNA WW 32 SPAULDING'S, INC. 345 Rog~'s Ferry Road Mead~lla PA 16335 |914) 333-1133 (614) 335.6221 R J. S~auk~ng. Pn~dpal F. M. Mye~. G~'. Mgr Eleesor Hough SPERLING TOBACCO CO. [717) 924-3567 STABLEINS LEN STEIN DISTRIBUTORS SWEETHEART CANDY CO. T & B WHOLESALE TANNEY WHOLESALE GROC. TOWANDA WHOLESALE CO., INC. SALES MANAGER: Helen R. Grasberg BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: SERVING: N.F. Penn., and S.E~ New York TRIANGLE CANDY & TOBACCO CO., INC. TRICHILO WHOLESALE FOOD Patric~ Te;chSo, Owner SALESPERSONS." 3 UNITED FOOD DISTRIBUTORS WELLER BROTHERS WHOLESALE CO~ INC. 215 W. S~nJce Street Sh~ma)~n PA 17972 (717) JOHN T. WENCK SALESPERSONS: 1 J. C. WENTZEL & SONS, INC. WESTMORELAND CANDY & CIGAR CO. WHEATLAND TOBACCO CO. WHITMAN CANDY CO., INC. (412) 828-7510 (412) 241.4531 WILLIAMSPORT CANDY CO. (717) 866-1469 RHODE ISLAND Providence RI 02909 (401) 831-1264 C. G. INC. DISTRIBUTORS Jack GIso. Pres SALES MANAGER: Joseph Pelfiten COCLIN TOBACCO CORP C. G. CccJ~n, Pres. Z915N.2ndSLPhi~elph~aPA19133(215)739-2430 DANIELS TOBACCO CO.. INC. (215) 634-9255 77 Hazel Street P.O, Box 920 Woonsocke( R102895 NOHLS & DENIS URBANO 912 Whites R~ Norr~own PA 19401 VALLEY DISTRIBUTORS CO. Div. o~ Snlckwodd k~¢. 960 Wyoming SL ASentown PA 18103 (215) 435-4901 Robed L Reidm', Pree. Joseph J. Ral~ar. V,P. VALLEY WNOCESALE GROCERY CO. P.O. Box 128 D~ PA 18116 (412} S27-9111 VICTORY CANDY & TOBACCO CO. INC. 118-20 N. Thltd AvervJe Ce~tee,~le PA 19320 (216) 3~4-9472 ~ K.*amer. (401) 762-2465 David Decals. Pres. S. Roe, aid Dan~ls. Exec. Sarah Kap~an. Tre~s., Secy. SALES MANAGEP~.S Ronaid Da,~e BUYERS AND PROOUCTS, S. Ronald Dan~eks, Cigarettes. C~g~'s. Tdoacco Bo~t M~¢e; Ca~y SERVING: Rt. and Sout~ Cenb~, Mass. GtSO BROS C~GAR CO. 51-93 ~ St Cran~ PJ 02910 T. JOHNSON, INC. 65 60 Breokd, de Ave~e West W~ RI ~ {401) ~21-5413 LONGO DIST., INC. ~ Ave. P.O ~t~ 136 Westerly F~ 02591 (401) Se~-9~7~ pal) se,;-es~z ~ALES,M~44~c~Z'F J La~Oe MODERN TOBACCO OF NEW ENGLAND, INC. 67 Newp<xt Ave. P.O. Box 4957 ~ Pm',~-K:~ RI ~2~16 (401) 436-4160 Br~nch of:. Modern Tobic¢o Co.; See New York J~m L~Man~a. Br, Mgr ~S MANAC.~L, ~ ~ =Manna ~ERVING: Conneclicut. MSS~. New Hampshire. Rhode lstaod SALESPERSONS: 1 NEW ENGLAND TOBACCO & CANDY 49 Ra~'¢~e St Prov~'¢e R102608 (401) 361-0187 PARADISESALES & DIS. 47Watson St. Central Fails R[ 02863 RHODE ISLAND TOBACCO 231 Doustas Avenue Providence RI 02908 (401) 421-2592 ROWE AUTOMATIC BALEB INC. 51 S, Ur~nn St. Pawtucket RI 02860 (401) 723-6996 Earl Buisctair ROWILL CORPo 921 Chalkstone Ave. Providence 02908 (401) 421-0794 RUSSO BROTHERS, INCa 567 Mineral Spdngs Avenue Pawtucket R102660 (401) 726-1500 Louis K. Ruseo. Pres.. Treas. Rose C Russo. Secy. SALES MANAGER: LOULS K. Russo BUYERS AND PRODUCTS.. Louis Y~ Rosso; Edward J. Fanning; All SERVING: Rhode Islaed. Southern Massachuseds SCHOOL HOUSE CANDY 1005 Main St. Pawtucket RI 02860 {401) 726-4500 STANDARD TOBACCO & CANDY 137 Douslas Ave. Providence RI 02908 ROGER WILUAMS FOODS, INC. 1 Iga Way P.O. BOx 6507 Cumberland RI 02654 (4Ol} 724.3400 (401) 836-4000 ROGER WILLIAMS GRO. P.O. BOX 6507 Prowdenca RI 02940 WOONSOCKETTORACCOCO., INC. 290 Soc~al St, Wesnsockst RI 02895 (40]) 769-2739 SOUTH CAROLINA AIKEN CANDY & TOB. CO. 118 Pendlatoo St. S.W. P.O. Box 1155 Aiken SC 29801 (803) 649-4148 ANDERSON SPECIALTY CO. P.O. Box 5077 Anderson SC 29623 ARMORY WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. INC. Dariington SC 29592 (803) 893-3161 ATLANTIC TOBACCO CO. P.O. Box 70699 Charleston Ho~shts SC 29405 ATLANTIC TOBACCO CO° 1620 S. Irby St. P.O. Box 670 FIoreece SC 29501 (803) 669-9256 AUTOMATIC BUFFETS INC. 500 West Main St. P.O. Box 1012 Sparte~sburg SC 29304 KENNETH AYER WHOLESALE Rt. 1, BOx 62 Fa~rf~.x SC 29827 (309) 633.3160 B & W WHOLESALE CO° 915 Brown Rd. C~u~lden SC 29020 BAROODY CANDY CO° Main St. Bishc~pvilie SC 29010 (90~) 484-6959 BERRY-PENDARVIS WHOLESALE, INC. 390 St. John St. P.O. Box 641 Orangabarg SC 29115 (803) 534-2099 J. McAdeo Berry, Pres. Larry M. Berry. V.P, R~c~ard W. Retry. V.P. SALES MANAGER," J. Miches~ Berry BUYERS: Lar~J M. Sorry J. McAd~o Bmry SERVING: 30 to 70 rode raelus of O rangeburg, BLACKWELL WHLSE CO° Atabam~ Ave, Chesnee SC 29323 WALTER E. BROWN WH. CO. Hwy. S 31-99 Poston SC 29588 (803) 386-2283 Walter E. Smwn BUDDINS INC, 2129 Cherry Rd. Rock I~ll SC 29730 (803} 966-7147 James H~ Buddies. V~P. CAMPBELUS WHOLESALE 8~8 Green SL Beaufort SC 29902 {803) 024-3751 CANNON TOBACCO COMPANY 114 Tribble SL Anderacn SC 29621 CAROLINA CANDY & TOBACCO 4TH Ave, P.O. Box 128 Pampl~co SC 29583 (803) 493-2614 CAROLINA CIGAR & CANDY CO~ INC. 205 M;ccwell Avenue P.O. Box 217 Greenwood SC 29646 (803) 239-4305 R. B.CLEMONS & SONS, INC. 215 E M~;n Andrews SC 29610 (809I 264-3551 Mo D. CLEVELAND WHOLESALE CO. 107 WkK:lso¢ St. Westm~ter SC 29693 (803} 647-5441 COLUMBIA CIGAR & CANDY CO. 522 Lady Street Comer et Hug~ Colurn~a SC 2~201 (863) 254-9189 COMMUNITY CASH STORES Camp Wadswo~h P.O. B~x 5~6 Spa,'~nb~g SC 29301 (503) 676-0260 CRENSHAW CANDY 1507 Co~l~ St. Ce~wa, y SC 2~52.6 (803) 248-~>641 (960) 24~4421 CROSSWE~t. & CO. INC. 412 S. Suenb~" $~L Dra, we.~ 970 Sumtet SC 29;50 (~) T/S-aS60 (~0~) T15-9601 CLARENCE C~LLER Ne~t~ SC ~112 DEXTER ~J;OCE~tY COMPANY 3~5 S~Peet PO. BO~ 971 Ande~ SC 2~1 2~4-~1 D~J~PENN C~GAR & CANDY CO., SERV/NG ' S~x court,as u~0pe( S. C. ~LESPERSONS 5 BRANCHES. 1 DU PENN CIGARETTE & CANDY CO. 3905 Ce~eriese Rd. Rock Hd~ SC 29730 S. DYE WHOLESAL~ 214 Edgewood Ave. Belton SC 29627 EAGLE GROCERY CO. North Gedbeffy St. P.O. Box E Unio~ SC 29379 (803) 427.2575 Chades S. Gree~o, Pres. SERVING,, 46-Mita RadkJs SALESPERSONS: 4 THE ELI WITT COMPANY columbia Brarmh 1915 Gadsden P.O. Box 11396 Columbia SC 29211 Brlnch of:. The Eli Witt Comp|ny; See Rorida Edward Masks° Jr.. Sr. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: George Meeks THE ELI WIT~ COMPANY 120 McDoug~d Ct. P.O. Box 805 Mauld~n SC 29662 (603) 288-9550 Branch of:. The Ell WHI Company; See Florida Steve Sm~t~, Br, Mgr. W. LEE FLOWERS & CO~ INC. Hwy° 52 N. PoD. BOx 919 Lake Cdy SC 29560 (803) 389-2731 FOOD SERVICE INC. 7309 Cross County Rd. Chadestoe SC 29465 FOOD SERVICE INC. 273 PJverside Way Lexinston SC 29072 FOX CANDY CO. 518 Old Edgefld Rd. Nollh Augusta SC 29841 (803) 279-2681 R. G. Bussey, Pres, G. & G. WHOLESALE CO. 1801 Front SL P.O. Box 453 Georgetown SC 29440 (803} 546-4097 Robert H. Green. Principal SALES MANAGER: ASee Hess SERVING. 56-M~ta Red,us: S,E. South Carolina SALESPERSONS. 2 JOHN LGADDYWHOLESALE CO. lOMa]nSt. P.O. BOX 277 Hickory Grove SC 2971;' (803) 925-2121 C. E. GAINEY DISTRIBUTORS CO. 848 S, Confederate Ave. Rock Hill SC 29730 (603) 327.9474 GRAINGER SALES CO, 308 Now State Rd. Cayce SC 29033 (803) 779-2449 GREENWOOD SPECIALTY CO. P. O. 8ox 1267 Greenwood SC 29646 (803) 223-8157 HARRISON SPECIAL'P/CO. 271 Grove St. Darllngton SC 29532 (603) 393-7471 HARTLEY GROCERY CO. 708 1/2 Lady SL Colurnb;a SC 29201 (803) 252-4371 J. S. HILL P.O. Eox 1153 Wallerboro EC 29488 (803) 849-2431 HINSON WHOLESALE CO, 119 No. White St, • Lancaster SC 29720 HOLLYWOOD WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS P.O. Rox 2 Hollywood SC 29449 (803) 859-3177 Deck B, Talent, Ownar HOME WHOLESALE, INC. P. O. Box 95. Highway 76 West Clinton SC 29325 (303) 833-3717 JARRETTS SPECIALTY CO., INC. 1000 East)and Ave. Kinsstree SC 29556 (803) 354-7464 W, H. Jarrett. Pres. Ernost L. Jarre~t, Treas. W. H. (Eilly) Jarratt, V.P. SALES MANAGER: Ernest t. Jarretl BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: W. J. Jarrett: SporSn9 Goods W H. (Biily) Jarred; Housewares. Hardware Emssl L. Jarred. Drug & Beauty Aide. Candies. etc. SERVING: Eastern Sou~h Carolin~ SALESPERSONS: 6 C. L, JOHNSON 7331 Industry Dr. P.O. Box 5121 North Chadesten SC 2~418 (803) 552-7476 Fred BIesk, Stanch Mgr. SALES MANAGER: W. O. Gamscn SERVING" Chade~ee SALESPERSONS: ! Do Do JOHNSON 1605 State St Cayce SC 29033 J. F. JOHNSON CANDY & TOBACCO CO. INC. Summ~la~d Ave. P.O. Box 289 Boteoburg SC 29006 (803) 532-6341 J~mes F, Johns0ft, Pres. Tammy L~ Borke~ Secy.. Treas. SALEB MANAGER: Keith Bony BUYERS AND PRODUCT~.. Ke~th Betty;. F~-~ng Tadde B~sky Johnson, Candy, Tobecco. Nobona Roy I~J~kett° Jr.; Ca~dy SALESP£R$ONS.+ 4 LAWS WHOLESALE, INC. (~60) J~ S+ Law, Jr~ Secy. & T~e~s. ~T~'y & P'a4~t C O. Law: TI56324174
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WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION WW 33 SOUTH CAROLINA ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE TENNESSEE WW 33 MARLBORO WHOLESALE GROCERY, INC. 701 Glt~on Rd. P.O. Box 465 Be¢i~attsvflle SC 29512 MERCHANTS DISTRIBUTORS P O Box 26 Gree~v41e SC 29602 (~03) 232.8901 MERCHANTS SUPPLY INC. I503) 534-4532 Ch~Ios Black, Tobacco, Candy NICHOLS CO. (503) 532-3658 PYA/MONARCH FOODSERVlCE P.O. Box 1569 Greenvltie SC 29602 (803) 269-5250 PYA/MONARCH INC. 3894 Meeting Street Rd. P.O. PYA/MONARCR INC.- DATA CENTER P.O. Box 64 Go F. PAINTER WHOLESALE Street Columbia SC 2920t (ti03) 254-3541 PIEDMONT CANDY & CIGAR CO. INC. (803) 225-7481 Larry Lyres. V.P. P.O. Box 10447 Charleston SC 29411 (803) (803) 489-4727 Eo H. PRATER WHLSE. Route 3 Seneca SC 29678 Jo W. RABON WHOLESALE CO. ROSE PHILLIPS CO. SNEAL¥ SALES CO. 5322-26 Ransom Dr. Columbia 174 Greenville SC 29602 (803) 242-6500 SOUTHERN CANDY KITCHEN 108 E Carokna Ave SOUTHERN FOODS, INC. 2~1 THOMAS & HOWARD CO. U.S. 29 at 1~5 P.O, Box 6250 S0artanburg SC 29304 (803) 435--4434 Branch oh Thom=$& Howard Co; See South W E Monroe, G~ Mgr H G~ E]mck. A.~L Mgr. J~ck Hawkins. Off. Mgr. SAI.~S MANAGER:. S~ Lusk BUYERS AND PRODUCTS.- J. C, Yarboroug~; He~d B~yer Jo L THOMAS, INC. {803} 549-5422 (803} 552-5330 SOUTH DAKOTA AUTOMATIC VENDORS INC. SERVING:Western South Dakot,~, BOB'S CANDY SERVICE CANDY SERVICE CO. CHAMBERLAIN WHOLESALE CO. 400 E. Prospect CROWN CANDY. INC. Gilbert Weber, Pres. Broekk'~s SD 570~6 (~) 682-2022 BRANC/-~'S 1. S~e SO NASH-+'INCH CO. 12-1151st Ave. 57401 le05~ 225-24~0 NASH-FINCH CO. P O Box 250 Rap~d C~f SD 577~9 {605} 343-0175 PARK GRANT CO. 57437 (605) 284-2571 WHOLESALE SUPPLY CO., INC. Rod Pieper, Secy. TENNESSEE B & W CIGAR & TOBACCO CO. 307 South Spring 37643 D. CANALE CO. 7 watt Geergza Memp~s TN 3810~ {~10) 52.r~6~11 BUYERS ,¢ PRODUCTS Joe ~ Slangy Cohen SER[~WG 50-Mde Rad~: Souff~m SA~SP~S~- 5 COVINGTON WHOLESA~ CO., INC. (~1) 47~2491 SA~S~R:J. H ~.Jt SALESP~SONS" 4 COX & RICH WHOLESALE CO., INC. 4~ ~fe ~x Dr. P.O. Box 1398 Johnson C=~ TN 37~1 (615) 928-8~4 (615] 926~t75 Charles H. R~h. Jt. V.P, Gen Mgt. SALES MANAGER." James Treadway Charles H. Rl~. Sr. Efi~belh Gerard SERVING: E, TN. S.W. VA, S.E. KY SALESPERSONS: 3 562-3353 P.O. Box 406 Clar ks~l]e TN 37040 (615) 648-0826 CURLEE CANDY CO. 743 E~t Main St. P.O. Box 1484 MorrlstO~ TN 37814 (615) ~6.7843 Kate S. Curlee, Pa~n~ Charles M. Cluck. Padner SERVING:Hamblan. Grebe Cocko. Jeffemon. Han~ck & C a b~r~ C~n~os DAVIS & COOKE. INC. 90 Fr~klin St. P,O. Box 23328 Nashville TN 37202 (615) 254-1816 R. E. Torbe~. Pies. R L Bray. Mgr. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ray PN~S; C~dy. Clots & Ci~re~es SERVING." M=ddle Ten~ss~ SALESPERSONS: 8 EDENTON ~MB CO. S. M=II Ave. P.O. Box 6~ Dyers~rg ~ 38024 (901) Jer~ L Pierce. V.P. Gerald T. Rnley, Treas. BUY~S AND PRODUCTS: Jer~ L. Plerc~ C~dy Tom KBe; Suedes SERVING" West Tennessee SALESPERSONS: 4 BRANCHES: 9; Sea Tenne~ee. M~ssoud EDENTON ~MB CO. 201 W. S~ond St. P.O. Box 7 Parsons TN 38363 (901) 847-~95 T~ Kee. Br. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Tom K~ SERHNG' West & M~dle Tennessee SA~SPERSONS: 4 THE ELI WI~ COMPANY Jlcklo~ Branch 4~ M~sion Dr. P.O. Box 1745 Jackson TN 38301 427-15~ Branch o~ ~he ~1 Wilt Compmny; See Florida THE ~1 WI~ COMPANY Kno~iN~ Br~ch 4545 Rutia@ Pike P.O. Box 6258 Kno~41e TN 37914 (6~5} 54~8~t Branch o~ The Ell W~t Compan~ ~e Ror~= James E. Hutches~. at. Mgr. SALES MANAGER.'Bdl Smith ~E ELI WI~COMPANY Nl~tiIe B~nch 801 Visca Dr. P.O. BOx 7377 Na~vilIe TN 37210 (615) Leon Mo~, Br. M~t. SALES MANAGER: M~ky Ayers SERVING: Mid. Tenn. SA~SPERSO~: 10 ERWIN SPECIALW CO. ~tk~ke St. R.R. 3 P.O. Box 2~ ~ TN 37650 (615) 743-7126 SA~S MANAG~: S~ SWOI~ BUYERS AND PRO~CTS" ~E ~OWAH W~LESA~ 612T~ Ave. P,O. ~x 470 Etow~ TN 37331 (6t5) 2~1111 (615} TN 37~I (615) 254-55~ TN 37~1~ (615) ~LLER BROKERS, INC. TI56324175
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WW 34 TENNESSEE WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ADDRESSrrELEPH ONF-JPROFILE GIANT WHOLESALE GROCERY CORP. US Hwy 23 S at Buffets ;:;d. p O. Box 29 Jor'~.son C~y TN 376Q1 (615} B28-1112 Po M. GREEN & SONS, |NCo 656 M~0cson Ave. P.O Box 3109 Mern~s TN 38103 (90tl 526-4108 THE H. T. HACKNEY CO. 27 Easl Avenue P.O Box 583 Atheo~ TN 3730~ (615| 745-2582 Brlnch of:. The He To H~ckney Co.; See Tenae~ee Leonard Rob~ette. Gen. Mgr, Paul T. Sharped Buyer BUYERS AND PRODUCTS" Paul T. Sharpe SERVING: 59-60 mi[e raeius THE H. T° HACKNEY DO- 1200.1204 W= Man Street P.O. Box 697 Greenville TN 37743 (615) 638.2201 Branch oP. The H. To Hackney Co. Fred0ie BUrgher, Br- Mgr SERV/NG: 75-100 mfie red=us THE H, T. HACKNEY CO. 342 Dale Ave. P O. Box 1591 Knoxville ~ 37901 (615) 525.9541 THE H. T. HACKNEY COMPANY 502 S. Gay Street P.O Box 238 Knoxvfila TN 37901 (615) 546-1291 W'dllern B. Sansom, Chron. Bd. & CEO B. E, Fmcoe, Pres, Wifliam L. Marks, Byrl C. LeBen, V,P. BRANCHES: 11; See Tenn., N. Carolina. Kentuc~(y HALE BROTHERS, INC. 530 E. Main St. Mordstown TN 37814 (615) 685-6231 LEON HARBERWHOLESALE Finley TN 38030 CHAS K. HARMON Route 6 Box 432 Cleveland "IN 37311 HAWK GROCERY CO. Box 247 Old Knoxvfile Hwy, Newport TN 37821 (615) 623-6187 HAYNES BROTHERS CANDY 401 W. Wtle SL Murfreesboro TN 37130 {615} 893-6961 HOUK CANDY SALES 2002 Old Kno~te Pike Maryville TN 37801 (615) 983-16g8 HUGHES GROCERY CO. INC. P.O. Box 526 Covington TN 38019 INGRAM COMPANY 224 West P,~ckw~Od Steeet Rockwond TN 37854 (815} 354-9233 INSTITUTIONAL JOBBERS COMPANY 4300 Amn;cole Hwy. Ctla, ttanooga TN 37401 (615) 695.256~, INSTITUTIONAL JOBBERS COMPANY Singleton Rd. P.O. Box 1631 Knoxville TN 37901 (61 970-3200 Tim Kehar, V. Chrmn, & CEO James W. Foache, Jr.. Mktg. BRANCHES: 3; See Tennessee. Kentucky INSTITUTIONAL WHOLESALE CO., INC. 25 S. WNtnuy Ave. P.O, Box 455 Cookaville TN 38503 {615} 526.9588 Jimmy W. Mackle, Pres. JACOBS WHOLESALE CANDY CO, 1300 Chestnut St. Chattanooga TN 37402 (615) 266-2720 JELLICO GROCERY COMPANY Indusldal Lane P.O. Box 497 Oneida TN 37841 (615} 569-5596 JELLICO GROCERY COMPANY, INC. 300 N. Pine Street P,O. Box 469 Elizahethton TN 37643 (615) 643.2833 Branch of:. The H. T. Hackney Co.; See Tennessee Leonard Camphe~t. Hr. Mgr. SERVING: 50-60 mfie JENNINGS WHOLESAL~ CO. 312 W. Unaka Avenue Johnson C~ty TN 37601 (6t5) 926.7343 Oo K. JONES CO. INC, 202 Gilman Street Swashvaler TN 37874 K. M. C. CO. ~NCo 2245 Slephanson Dr;re P.O. Box 2507 Kcoxv~lle TN 37901 (615) 524-0703 KINGSPORT GROCERY COMPANY, INC. 453 East Makl Street P.O. Box727 KingsportTN 37062 (615} 245.3186 H, H. Mocer, Pros. SALES MANAGER: Mack K. Price BUYERS & PRODUCTS: J. H. Scott SERV/NG:75.Mfie Ra~us: 75 Counties in TN & S.W. VA SALESPERSONS: 7 KIRKLAND BROTHERS 1308 5th Ave. N.E. KnoxwBe TN 37917 (615) 823-4235 LEADER SPECIALTY CO. 138 Webster St Memphls TN 38126 (901) 527-8657 LIBERTY CASH GROCERS INC. P,O. Box 2147 Memphis TH 08101 (901) 274-8654 D. O- LOVELACE JR. 325 3rd Ave S. Nashville TN 37201 J. D. LUTEN AND CO. 216 Commerce SL Wavedy 37185 M G H WHOLESALE GROCERY, INC. P.O. Box 276 Lawrenceburg TN 35646 (615) 762-3615 M & R DISTRIBUTORS CO. 124 Peo~sylvania Ave. B~tol TH 37620 (616) 7~4-2433 MADISON WHOLESALE CO. 1722 F_ C~estst St. Jeoksor. TN 31~301 (B01) 422.2494 Chus Z~mmedeo MALONE & HYDE FOOOSE.eN~E Rd. Mem¢~s TN 38118 (901) 3s5-0460 MALONS & HYDE FOOOSERVICE 3710 Vu~ca~ Dr. ~e TN 3721:' (616] MALONE & HYDE. ~ '~'t ~ Ave. MIQOLETENNES..~ ~ 316'1 MB.LER DI~TESBb'TI~ C~ '~ 627 l:~l~S~ Ave P.O. BOx ~7 NaN~,,4e TN 37242 Nil5] ROBERT ORR/SYSCO FOOD SERVICES CO. P,O. Box 1067 Nestwd~ TN 37202 (B~5| 383*7500 Burton H, Hummell. Pros CHARLES C. pARKS CO. 244 W° Eantland SL PAY CASH GROCERY COMPANY, INC. 2121 Stephenson Drwe P O. Box 1709 Knox.nile TN 37901 (615) 637-3550 P1GGLY WIGGLY CORP. 1991 Coq~)rate Ave, Memphis TN 30132 Lawrence L. Crane, Jr., Pre~ Lee Eryson, Exeo. V.P. POPULAR PRODUCTS, |NC. 816 Jackson Ave. Mom~)h~s ~ 38107 PURITY PROBUCTS CO° 1300 Jackson Ave. Memphis TN 38107 (g01) 274-1654 QUALITY FOODS Humphteys Wholesale Div. 1000 W. IrLsh St, P.O. Box 220 Greenville TN 37743 C. B. RAGLAND CO. 2720 Eugan~ Ave. P.O. Elox 40587 Nashville TN 37204 (615| 259-4822 James B. Ragland, Chrmn. Bd. Mike Hayes, Pres. SALES MANAGER.- Hugh Murphy BUYER.. Gerri Cyree Gerd Cyree: Candy RHEA WHOLESALE CO. 110 East Cedar St, Dyorshurg TN 38024 (301) 285-2552 RHODES EODIE WHOLESALE 1206 Rhodes Place Savannah TN 06372 WAYNE RHODES CANDY CO. 407 Florence Ave. Sslmer TN 37375 W, C. ROBB GO. INC. 1425 West Main St, GresnvSle TN 37743 (615) 638.5551 SAMELSON-LEON CO. INC. E49 East Oosddck St. Jackson TN 38301 (901) 422.3301 SAMELBON-LEON CO. INC. 3892 Delp P.O. Sex 18325 Mer~phis TN 38118 W.T. SEWELL & CO. M~'~ St. P.O. Bo~ 68 Baxter TN 38544 (615) 858-3123 L P. SHANKS CO., INC. 414 N, Ma~ Crossvifie "IN 38555 (615} 484-5155 SHELTON WHOLESALE CO. 166 W. Broad St. Coo~avilie TN 38501 (615) 526.2854 SMITH CANDY CO. 11-12 S. Jackson SL Tullahoma TN 37388 sMITH & SDH, )NO. 1105 North Atl'~ntlc St, P,O. Box 877 Tu]lahoma TN 37388 (615) 455-2204 SMITH WHOLESALE COMPANY 817-819 walnut Slreet P.O. Box 405 Johnson Clly TN 37601 {615) 926-9148 Chades R. Smith, Jr., Pres. BALES MANAGER,'A. C. ~'homes BUYERS: Chades R. Smith, Jr, Phil White; Tobaoco SERV/NG: East TN (Upper) SALESPERSONS: 0 TAG DISTRIBUTORS CORP. 3501 st. Lime Ave. PO. Box 2186 Chahanooga TN 37409 (615) 267.3376 W. F. Bradlerd. Pres., Gen. Mgr. W. F. Bradlold Ill, V,P, BALES MANAGER: Charles Nelson BUYER. SERWNG: 125 mite lad~s Chattanooga SALESPERSONS; 7 TAYLOR JOBBING CO° 123 S. Cumberland Morristown TN 37814 (61E) 586-7822 TENN-MISS DISTRIBUTORS, ]NC. 605 Scott $1. P,O, BOX 12364 Memphis TN 38112 TENNESSEE FOODS 308 E. V'me St. P.O. BOX 1591 Murfreesbom TN 37130 (615) 893-9722 B. B. Kerr Jr.. Owner SALESPERSONS: 3 TOBACCO SALES CO., INC. 309 N.E. Anderson Ave. P.O. Box 3748 Knoxvi~Ie TN 37917 (615) 524-1476 James C. L~dsey, pres. J M~chael t~ndsoy. V.P. & Trees The~ma S. Lindsey, Asst. Tre~s, SALES MANAGER: Glenn Seanatt BUYERS: Henry Mes~er,, Tobanco & Confectionery Items (615.} VAN CANDY SALES INC. Dee Csndy Lane ~ile ~ 37075 [.515} BUYER~ AND PROOUCTS: Ja,,te( L Van DeWarKe( - Candy. VAUGHN'S TQ~ACCO CO~ INC. BUYERS & ~T~ C V~,gon R. V~.~n SERkTNG. 50-M~,e Ra~u~ No~, Ceo~ BALESPERSONS= 2 R. E. WARS JR. Hunllngd<~ TN 38344 WAffle'S CANDY CO. INC~ 154 E. C~rol, n,~ Ave Memp~s TN 3~126 WEBSTER & SONS FOODS 121S King Chattanooga TN 37403 (615) 26~-3139 WENTWORTH CALDWELL 4009 E~kins Ave. Nash~fie "fN 37209 (615) 297-4683 So R. WHFrE JR. Hickory Valley TN 38042 TEXAS AOH WHOLESALE GROG SUPPLY 2514 Praise Ave. Fort Worth 7X 76106 ACE DISTRIBUTORS 10844 Harry Hines Dallas TX 75220 ADAMS SUPPLY 874 Acton St. J~sper TX 75951 (713) 384-4491 AOOLPHS CANOYCOo 1401W. Nerds El Campo TX 77437 ALFORD WAREHOUSE $16 Cadiz St. Oaltss TX 75207 ALL BRANDS CIGARE'VrE & CANDY WHOLESALE 10338 Hempstead Road Houston TX 77092 (713) 656-6584 John Ganim, Owner BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Tobacco, Candy, Sondri~s, Sodas & Juices SERV/NG: Houston, Harris SALESPERSONS: 3 ALMACENES DSTEJAS 1074 Churoh Eagts Pass'TX 76852 B-B'S SUPPBES 5910 Caruso Forest Houston "rx 77098 B°B'S SUPPLIES 4550 Post Oak PI. Suite 142 Houston TX 77088 M. Pals, Owner B & G TOBACCO & CANDY CO. 1605 Ber~ Road Houston'lX 7701G (713) 691-1247 BARIN WNOLERALE 112 Penoh SeDum1 TX 78155 BAKER WHOLESALE COMPANY 223 N. T~vis St. P.O. Box 795 Sherman TX 75090 (2141 882-2t~9 James D. Flynn, Pres, BUYERS AND PRODUCTS. Dawn Cladday: Tobacco, Candy SALESPERSONS: 5 BAL TEX O(STRIBUTING CO, 1 t9 N, 7th St. P,O. Sox 499 Bal[inger TX 76621 {915) 366.2036 O, B. Cr~e~, Linda Johnson, Office BUYERS ANB PRODUCTS.- O. B. Crockett; Sundries Lioda Johnson; Tohacou & Car~dy SERVING: 5 Counbes BAN KERR TOBACCO CO. 1013 Sidney Baker Street Kerrvifie TX 76028 (512) 257-6929 R. P. Koch, Pras Henry Koch. SEW., Treas. SALES MANAGER: R. P. BUYER: R. P. Koch SERWNG:Kerr. G~lleSp~e. BanderS. Kimble. Mason. McCuSough Counlies SALESPERSONS: 3 BASIN CANDY & TOBACCOCO. 1401 Rankln Hwy. Midland TX 79701 ROBERT BASS CANDY GO. 314 Howe St. Lufk~ TX 75901 BEAUMONTTOMS SALEB INC. 3120 Eluons Dr. Beaumont TX 77703 J, O° BECK SALES CO. 819 Cherry St. Graham TX 76046 (817~ 549-1653 BEGGS WHOLESALE CO° 221 W. McHarg St- Stanlfotd TX 79553 (915) 773-3252 Cl=fford Be996. Pr~eoipal SALES MANAGER: Pat Yerh BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Pat York; Cigaretles, Tobeoce Chfferd BogBs; C~ndy & Gum, ,Sundries SERWNG: 60-Mfie Radk~s SALESPERSON~- 5 BERRY BARNETT GROCERY CO~ INC. 822 N. Hw'/. 14 P.O. Box 111 Mex~ TX 76667 (517) 562-5355 B ERRY-~ ARHE'I"~- NON ~30S O(Vt~tO N P.O. Box 62.7 Mex~a TX 76667 (817) 562oS320 BERRY CIGAR & CANDY CO. 215 F- Locust St. Box 930 Ty~' 1X 75701 (214) 507-7293 BEST CAHOY SEP, VICE I)¢~t & Company P.O Box 20~ WOoO'villa TX 75879 (7t31 2B3-2124 ~RDER TOBACCO CO. INC. ~ C¢~ Ave p ~. Box ~O El Paso TX 79~40 (~I 5) 844.5a~ BOYLES CANDY SATES 480~ Lovers Lane Wich~t~ FaBs TX 76310 BRAZES COUNTY TOMS 3~1 W. 2B~ B~yan TX 771O1 BRAZES WHOtESALE F~oe~:k G Weasel. Pros BEECHAM WHOLESALE C.~ZOCI~H CO.. B~C. w l~tP.O BO¢5~AB~,~,mTXT~33(Tt3) DROWN & JOINER, INC. P.O. Box 589 Hadmgan "IX 76551 (512) 423-2003 C & A TOBACCO CO. 1115 Commerce Avenue Houston T'X 77002 (713| 228-3802 C & C WHOLESALE GROC. INO- 22-28 Ave B Gab/anion TX 77550 (713) 765-7771 CANe SPECIALTIES 101 N. Ware Rd McAgen TX 76501 S. CANTU & SONS INC. 500 S. Guerra Mc Allan TX 78501 (512) 656-8356 L Cantu. Pres. CAPITAL WHOLESALE CASH & CARRY 815 Airport Blvd, Aust~ TX 70702 CARTER TOBACCO & CANDY CO. 1'~3S Airways Routsvard El Pane "IX 75925 (815) 778-8327 CASSO GUERRA & CO. 310 Gueda~upp SL P.O, BoX 527 L~redo TX 78040 (512} 723-4371 Alfonso Casso, Sr-, Pres. F. Casarz. Tob. Buyer SALES MANAGER: Alfonso CaseD, BUYERS AND PRODUCTB: F. Casarz; Tobacco Alfonso Casso. Jr.; Grocery Lu=s CaneD; Grocery Frank Casates; HABA, C{garett~s, Tobacco BERVJNG: 8 Counties CAVAZOS CANDY CO. 2805 San Ber~lerdo Laredo ~ 7804O CHICK CANDY CO. 1917 23i'd St. Lu'D~ock TX 79411 CHIEFWHOLESALE CO. 7350 Edna St. Houston TX 77017 DORIS CHRIETZBERG 812 N. Newsame M~eola TX 757?3 GINCO COMPANY 1852 W. Pa~sano BI Paso TX 79922 R E° ClSNEROS SALES 1315 Aaro~ PL San Antpn~o TX 78221 CITY WIDE GOURMET FDo 1341 Heights Blvd. Houston TX 77008 EARL CLEMENTS & SON 710 S. Greenleaf St Brownwood TX 76801 (916) 646-0242 COHEN CANBY CO° 171 Howell St, Dallas TX 75207 CONROE CIGARETTE CO. 200 Eestwood Conrce TX 77302 CORPUS CHRISTI CANDY CO. 2521 ClaD St. Corpus Chr'sti TX 78405 CRIM TOBACCO 342 W. Cotton St, Longv'mw TX 75601 CRIM TOBACCO CO° 2926 Banita Naoogdoches "iX 75961 (713} 564-8681 RAY CRISWELL DISTRIBUTING CO. 2261 S. College Ave, P.O. Box C Eryan TX 776(35 (713) 822.4431 RW Cdswell, Pros SALES MANAGER; Bob Rcopke BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Bob Roepko; Tdoacco. Candy DAVIDSON WHOLESALE 1419 Ave. E. Lubbock TX 79401 (806) 763-4022 .Joe H, Davidson, Owr~er DAV(S SPECIALTY CO. Box 1466 McAllen TX 78501 TONY DAYWOOD VENDING CO. INC. 1000 East 6th Sl¢out Austin TX 78702 (512) 477-7446 DEL-TEX CORP. 2326 Field Street Odessa TX 79760 DEL TEX INC. DIP 515 Caddo Sl. San Angelo TX 76901 C° Go DE LA GARZA CO. 8th SL & Doughorly Ave. P.O. Box 513 Miss;on TX 78572 (512) 565-1696 E. DE LA GARZ& 634 Fronton St. P.O. Box 2045 Brownsvlfie TX 78520 DIXIE CANDY CO. 1907 S. Harwood SL OaItss TX 75215 DULCITO SALES 21431 Park York Katy TX 77450 ECONOMY CASH & CARRY to~o F_ Ovedar, d BI P~so TX 78901 5S2.26EB 533.3238 Sam R. SayklW, Prus, EDDIE'S CANDY CO. 2029 Galiad Rd. San Antonio TX 70223 EDMISTON SROS W. Austin At LP 304S Crocke~l"lX 75835 EL ARABE GOURMET DISTRIBUTOR INC. River Dr Marl Latedo'lX 75040 EL CENTRe #2 Hospital S/C Browflsvfile TX 75500 ENDSLEY GROCER CO. 115 S. East SL Atlanffi TX 75551 ENGLAND WHOLESALE 915 ~ St. Plaieviaw TX 79072 (806) 2~6-5114 Melvi~ McMonnamy, Owner BUY~S ANO PROOUCTS= Melvin McMannamy: ~11 SSRVING. Mid R~ns of West Texas Pa~ndle FANCI CANDY & TOB. 250~ Wefi~,'~gton G~eenvfilo TX 75401 (214) 454-6956 Stephen K. Reeves. Owner FLEMING COMPANIES, INC. P,O. Box 33160 San Anie(~o "IX 782~3 (512} 661-4561 Ft.EMtNG FOOOS COMPANY P.O. ~x 1479 Houste~ TX 77001 (713) 6~5--3370 (71S) FLEMING FOODSERVY~., tNC. P.O.~SX 1649 ~X 7~767 (512) 444-48O3 G. H. RJPPOWH~ ~1 ~ V~,~y Temp~TX 765~! GABLERS CA~DY CO. 616 w~ s¢ Sct~b~.(j TX 7~66 {40e) 743.-3172 GADD,IE'S D~ST. CO. TI56324176
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WW 35 TEXAS WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE TEXAS WW 35 Jo M. GARCIA WHOLESALE INC. (512) 325-3057 (512) 325-3011 Mrs. J. M GsrOa. Ovmet (214} 298-2444 GEORGE WHOLESALE CO~ INC. Cigarettes. Tdoacco. Csr~ly. Snacks 76520 77414 (713} 245-8375 2271 Corpus Ch~sfi TX 78403 (512) 884-9361 (512) 77901 (512) 573-2471 (512) 573-5201 THE GROCERS SUPPLY CO.. INC. 3131 E. Mabel K. Jacobsen. Br. Mgr. H W B GROCERY CO.. INC. P.O~ Box 271 Dalhart TX 79022 (606) 249-5548 Terry Woodard HABYS SALES P.O. Box 181. Hwy. 90 Castrovi,e TX 78009 {512) 538-~164 {512) 538-2794 HAM DISTRIBUTING CO. SERV/NG:C:Ivilian trade w/'~ 100 n~e red, us & HAROLDS WHOLESALE INC. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS LUFKIN WHOLESALE C & C 170~ N, Tcdcedand Shcro(I Stov;~. Crackers. Cookies. O¢, Tob. Lu~l "['X 7~01 Can~y', Gum M & F WHOLESALE 1213 S Br~ge Brady TX 76~25 Roy Roberts;. Dry Grocery. Frozen. paper, etc Ma/~n Hull: H-B-A & Non Feeds M.R. VENDING Route 1 Camobe8 TX 75422 Melvin Baldy, s. A8 Food Ser~ce Mdse. M & S CANDY COMPANY SERVING:175 mi;e r=~dius of WanZherford Texas D;v otM&S, lnc. 911 Rosar~St. L~reooTX78040 SALESPERSONS 11 (612) 724-8430 BRANCHES" 2 Gabne[ G. S~chez. Pros. THE C. O. HARTNET'r COMPANY 1400 North Psr~ MACH'S CANDY CO. 105 F_ Second El Campo TX Fort Worth "IX 76102 (817} 336-7565 Branch of: C. D. Hartnett Company; See Texas Melvin Beldw~no Mgr, HENRYS CANDY SERVICE 104 E. M~em Ennis TX 75119 HIRSHFtELD SALES CO. P.O. Box 632 Brownsville TX 78520 HOLLAND SALES CO. Lynn's Stores Inc. 302 Regal Row P.O. Drawer L Lufkin TX 75901 (400) 632-7787 Ferry AIIgood. Pres. RAYFORD HOLTMAN 1403 Ave. K N*W Ch~ldress TX 79201 (817) 937-8842 HOMAN SERVICE 2906 Ludyb.rd Ln. DaB~sTX 75220 R. L HOUSTONS WHOLESALE 1201 W. Pasedemx Fwy. Pasadena TX 77506 (713) 473-9259 R. L. Hessian. Pres. R. L. Houston. Jr.. V.P. BUYER AND PRODUCTS: R. L. Houston; Candy. Gum & Tobacco SERVING: pasadena & Houston SALESPERSONS: 4 BRANCHES: 1; See Texas HUNTSVILLE CASH & CARRY WHOLESALE INC. Loop 405 & Hwy. 190 S.E. Comer P.O. Box 1596 Huntsvl]le "IX 77340 INDEPENDENT GROCERS. INC. 4199 Vine P.O. Box 2938 Abalone TX 79605 (9t5) 692-1440 J C SALES CO. 223 Frel~9 Or. San Antor~o TX 78213 J. C. SALES COMPANY Old Highway 78 McQueoney TX 78123 J & R DISTRIBUTORS 231 S. Wi]lzams Rd. San Bonito "IX 78566 (512) 399-9190 J & R WHOLESALE 100 S. Cox St. Rio Grands Czty TX 78582 JACKSONVILLE CANDY CO. 218 Woodrow St. Jacksonvitle "IX 75766 LOUIS JACOBSEN. INC. d/b/a L & L Cigar and Candy Co. 2012 Mechanic St. P.O. Box 928 Galveston TX 77550 {713) 783.8866 JOHNN¥S WHOLESALE CO. P.O. ~3ox 4288 Victoria TX 77901 (512) 578-7613 JOYKIST CANDY COMPANY 641 South Floras Street Sen Antna*o TX 78204 (512) 225-2663 S. R. Nelson. Pres. A. Montelone, Secy. Paul 0. McCaffe~', Trees SALES MANAGER: Sam R Nelson BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: S. R. Nelson; Tobaccos R, Cisneros; HABA L. Ramirez; Candy M Villacobcc; School Supphes KASH KARRY 701 South Lamer Austin TX 78704 MILTON KASPER Giddings TX 78942 KEENE DISTRIBUTORS 105 Healthway Or. Clebume TX 76031 BEN. E. KEITH CO. 2149 Cottonwood P.O, Box 1180 Abdane "rx 79604 (915) 677-5274 BEN E, KEITN CO. 8220 Fomey Rd. P.O. Box 270985 Dallas "I'X 75227 (214) 386-5411 BEN E, KEITH CO. Kelth's Fine Foods E, 9th & Pecan Sis, P,O. Box 9628 Fort Wo~l~ TX 76113 (817) 332.8171 E, G. Fleming. Jr.. V.P. Grocery Div, Ronni~ Wallace. V.PJAest. Gan. Mgr. Fond D~v. BRANCHES: 7; Arkansas. Texas. Louisiana. BEN E. KEITH CO. 212 23rd St. P.O. Box 1766 Lubbock "IX 79408 (806} 747-2968 BEN E. KEITH CO. 3201 Lawrence Rd. P.O. Sex 929 Wichita Falls TX 76307 (817) 692-4457 J. C. KELL~M WHOLESALE CO. 100 Men St. P.O. Box 578 Vax~ TX 75790 MICHAEL KRENEK WHOLESALE Rt. 1 BOx 56A Fayetteville TX 78940 L & L CIG.& COY. 2012 Mechanic St~ GaJveston TX 77550 77437 MALONE & HYDE, INC. 650 S.23rd SL P.O Box 3828 Bnauc~ont TX 77764 (7131 842-5850 Branch of;, Ms|one & Hyde, In¢; See Tennessee Dan Wolskl. Ok*. Mgr. MALOTA WHOLESALE 1213 Louise Rccanburg TX 77471 THE MARKET CO. 120 N. Leon;z San Anton=o TX 78207 THE MARKET CO. 700 W. Houston San Artton~o TX 78280 MARKUM SALES CO, 301 South Cage "IX 78577 MCCARTY - CURTIS, INC. 5853 - 491h SL P.O. Box 16440 Lubbock TX 79490 (606) 793-2701 MCCARTY-HULL, INC. 3410 s. Fillmore St. P.O. Box 30127 Amarillo TX 79120 (806) 376-5495 W, A, McCarty, Jr., Pdesipal SALES MANAGER:Alton Wells BUYERS AND PRODUCTS." W. A. McCady. Jr.; Sun0ries & Tobacco Gerardo Andreu; Candy & Sunddes Joe Bowl}n; Refreshment Division SERVING: Amariflo, O~hart, Perryton, Bm'gen. Pampa. Shamrock, Canyon, Hereford & Texas Panhandle SALESPERSONS: 10 BRANCHES:2: See TX MCKEE WHOLESALE Mattbew J. Smith, inc. 3329 Ave. B at 34th Lubbock TX 79408 (806) 744*8475 Matt J. Smith, Pros MCLANE COMPANY. INC. Corporate Headquarters 2915 Center St. P.O. Drawer 80 Temple "rx 76503 (817) 778-7500 MCL~N E/DATA SYSTEMS 3015 Center St. P.O. Box 927 Temple TX 76501 (917) 778-5585 MCLANE/SOUTHWEST 2828 Indestriel Rlvd. P.O Box 927 Temple .iX 76503 (817) 778-5585 Division oh McLIne Company. Inc.; See Texas J. L. Callaway. St. V.P. CHARLES MCLAURIN WHOLESALE 1037 S. Madison La Grange TX 76945 Chades H. McLaudn. Owner METRO BEVERAGE & SUPPLY 5001 N.E. Parkway Ft. Worth "iX 76106 MITE-T-MART FOOD STORES P.O. Box 111 TX 76667 (817) 562-5355 MODERN NOTION CO. 1817 Clay Ave. Houston TX 77003 {713) 682-5968 MORSE WHOLESALE, INC. 3302 Canal SL Houston TX 77003 JAMES R. MURPHY W/SCO 117 W M=ller SL Fallurdas TX 78355 MUTEN FOOD SER. CORP. 7313 Dora=no Lane Houston TX 77076 N-T DISTRIBUTORS INC. 1600 Wilson SL Dantcn TX 76201 NATIONAL, INC. 421 N. Medina St. P.O. Dox 7469 San Antonio T'X 78207 (512) 226-7361 NATIONAL INC. BRANCH 202 W. Creek F¢ederickeburg TX 78624 NORDHAUS FOODS CO. P.O. Box 7348 Sen Antonio TX 78027 (512} 226-8111 OMAR'S DISTRIBUllNG 3016 Vau~i~n Blvd. Fort Worth TX 76140 O'NEALL SPECIALTY CO. O'Nesll Specialty Co.. Inc. P.O. Box 638 Mc ABen TX 78501 (512) 686-6521 Ruben C, Garza, Sr. Pros, Ruben C. G~rza, Jr.. V.P. Humbe~ Gar'za. V.P. SALES MANAGER. Rube~ C. Gala. Jr. SERVING: R~o Grands Valley Area, P. He S, TOBACCO CO,~ INCo t618 Websler Ave. P.O. Box 18735 Houston TX 77023 (713) 659-7789 PYA/MONARCH INC. P,O. Box 510 Amarillo TX B~;gLrL&HOUStonRd.P.O Boxt0426anMarcusTX LABATI" COo 300 N. SaztMarccs St.P.O. Box309-A 78666 (512) 392-3845 San Anto~o "iX 76291 (512) 226-6226 HI, old Lawrsece, P~'es. LABA~.I INSTITUTIONAL SUPPLY CO. 4500 Mildred Lawre~;e. V.P.. Off. It~u~ty Pk. P.O. Box 2140 San Antonio TX 75296 SALES MANA G~R: H~rold Lawre.".ce (512) 661-4216 BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Hazold Ltwr erie; Evs.-ythieg LA pALMA 1342 E. Washington Brown,'ills TX 78520 TERR/TORY SERVED:. San M~rccs. New J V LEE VENDING CO. 300 F_ Grand Comanche TX Sraunfel~. Loci.hart 76442 HARPER'S DIST. CO. 201 l-P_~ey P.d. ¥oaku~ I~X LEES WHOLESALE 77995 250 Roberts Cut elf Fort Worth TX 76114 L L HARRIS WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. Ke~e~ Cadceck. BODY. & Tres.s. 0530 Lccp~.rd P.O. BOx 4726 Coflx~s C;l'z~s~ T~ 78400 T.W. LEMLEY 9oe Bovwe Gon~'~e Wast TX 78022 (512) 200-1717 LE ROY CANDY CO. 1~6 Sch~z SL Schuter~.~rg']'X .~een C~ell+ Buy~ 78~6 BUYERS AN~ PRODfJC TS: LEWIE & LAVENDER CO. 500 East Jerks Street P O. .au~ee~ Car~e~. C~0ars~s & T(:~a~o B~x ~69 ~ "]~ 750~0 (214| ~-8127 C. D. PLa.RT~ETT CO. UBERTO SPEC~LTY CO. 6110 We¢t~w ~ 380 N. M4j~ St. Oeaw~ H Wee.t~l ~X 7~006 (817) TX 77~36 s84..~813 LIBERTY CANDY CO. cka~.es M~t~e~. Pre¢. Ge~. M~'. 2815 Ka~ La~e C.~ee~alle TX 78481 (214} 45~.~484 J. Pax Hsn~t. V.P. 79105 (806) 376-5662 ED PAKEBUSCH CO. 609 Third St. Ccero TX 77954 PAMPA WHOLESALE CO. 420 W. Kingsmi8 Street PO, BoX 581 Pamp~ TX 79065 PANHANDLE FRUIT CO. 2181 & Spnx:e P O. Box 1588 Am~illo TX 79105 (806) 376-6257 Brlmch of:. B8tl F. KeRh CO.; See Texas Alwe Butler, V.P. &GerL PARDUE CANDY CO. 4707 S. Ccckre~! I-MI Dallas.ix 75236 (214) 339.7171 L eo~ P-~d~e. V.P. BUYZ~RS AND FY~OO/JCTS.- Leo~ Pardue; Can~y. Tob=~cee .S~ctVtNG: £~k~s. FL Wo~. Ar~. SALESPERSOA~.: 5 JOE A. PATRICK WHOLESALE 618 W. Sin. Ave. ~ T~ 75110 {214| 872-1982 PAUL~ WHOLESALE F~y R, Pile, Owner SALES MANAGER" Ray H ~ AND PRODUCTS, TERR/TORY SERVED- 75 Mile R~diu~ SALESPERSONS.: 5 PONCAWHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. 810 Burtemut Box 1639 Ab~e TX 70604 (915) 677-8012 Bmr~h of:. Po~ca Whole, ale Mercantile L W. Schulz, Hr. Mgr. PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. (806) 355-6531 R, J. Meliesky, Pros, Sam WE;to, Gh¢on. Sd. Don HeOer, V. Chrna. M R Smith, V.P. Opns. SALES MANAGERS. W. E. H~I BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Mildred Hanson; All SERVING: Texas, New Mexico. Arizona, Southern Colorado SALESPERSONS." 96 BRANCHES: 24: See Texas, New Mexico. Colorado and Arizona PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. 2832 191h SL BOx 751 Austin TX 78767 (512) 478-2548 Company;, See Texas Frank Edwards, Hr. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Harry Pokorny SERVING: Approx. 150 Mde Radius: of Austin SALESPERSONS., 6 PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. 1117 Hendricks Street Unit 130 Corpus Christi TX 78415 {512) 854-1333 Doyle Huber. Hr. Mgr. SERVING: South Texas SALESPERSONS: 4 PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. 11227 Pellicono Or. Box 27259 El Paso "rx 79926 (915i 592-7755 Ray Hamilton, Hr. Mgr, PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. 607 32 St. Dox 1553 Lubbock "IX 79408 (806) 747-0271 Branch of: Pones Whola~le Mercantile Robert Jenkins, Or. Mgr, SALES MANAGER Mike McDerrestt SALESPERSONS: 3 PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. Royal~y at E. 9th P.O. Box 4795 Odessa TX 79760 (915) 332-8777 (915) 563-2292 Skip Ashton. Mgr, SALES MANAGER." Dav~l Snodgrass BUYERS & PRODUCTS: Skip Ashtan SERVING: 20~Mde Radzus: Western Texas SALESPERSONS: 5 BRANCHES: 24 PONCAWHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. 1515 N. Chadbourne Eox 1094 San Angelo TX 76902 (915) 655-8466 PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. 820 East Houston Box 580 Sherman TX 75090 (214,) 893-8143 PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE GO. 1809 Summer Ave. Box 5248 Waco TX 76700 (817) 756-5321 Branch oh Poncl Wholesale Merc~nlile Company;, See Texas Jack Omberg, St, Mgr, PONCA WHOLESALE MERCANTILE CO. 600 Ohio BOX 5381 Wichita Falls "rx 76307 (817) 723-6617 Was Buttons, Dr. Mgr. SALES MANAGER:Toby Undsey BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Janie Black SERVING: North Texas SALESPERSONS. 5 PONCA WHOLESALE & MISC. CO. Hwy. 380 at Ohio P,O. Box 448 Gr'4ham TX 76046 (617) 549-0440 Dranch oh Wichita Clg~' & Toblceo CO.. tnc,; Job~ T. Cooper, B~" Mgt. SERVING: North Texas SALESPERSONS: 3 PORRAS PRONTITO INC. ~03 K~'ess Houston TX 77020 PRICE AND COMPANY INC. 585 Wall SL P,O. BOX 1522 Beaumont TX 77701 (713) 832-0267 Srsnch of:. Price C~gar & Candy CO.; ~ee Texas Arthur E. Sorry, V,P, Gledys price, Chron. Bd, Secy,. Trsas. SERVING., Port A~thur, Beaumont. Ocat~e & SALESP£RSON~, 7 BRANCHE~. 1; See "rx PRICEANO COMPANY INC. P.O ~ox 1522 Beaum~d ~X 77640 (713) 982-9434 R & G WHSE. GROCERS 240 w $46~777 D~.e~ ?0 ~ TX ~0~ ~ 435-4844 S, M, RAGLAND CIGAR CO,. |NC.. TX 7T/~t (7~) 13~-1441 (2~4} ?84-4332 tZ14} ?84-343~ TI56324177
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WW 36 TEXAS WI"IO-'-'S WI"IO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE VIRGINIA WW3S SALESPERSONS.'5 RAMIREZ WHOLESALE 601 DU~N RANDA~ ~O. CO. JACK RA~AN WHOLESALE CO 4214) 542~o71 C~. ~ Pro~} 7575~ SAM'S WHOLESALE 75670 (214} 93~160 SAMS WHOLESALE CANDY LAND, INC. (5~ 852-8450 ELI SCHEPPS WHOLESALE SCHEPPS GR~ERY CO. (713} 266-~5o Leroy L~dlak, V.P.. Sis, Mgr. BUY~ AND PRODUCTS: SCHEPPS GROCERY SUPPLY, INC. 1 t 35 S, ~m~ P.O. Box 222045 Dallas TX 75222 (214) Gladys Hoard MA~HEW J. SMITH INC. Joe ~at S~h, SALES MANAGER: Ma~ J, Smith SONN~S CtGAg~E SERV. SOU~WEST SA~S CO. 3~1 Ma~ox El P~0 SUNDRI~ WHO~SAL~ INC. 1601 ~ve Oak SWEENY ~ ~ ~ ~ 7~ (5~2) 53~1~t TATE & SON R. C. TAYLOR WHOLESALE TOBACCO CO. 1302 Ave. G P O Box 1253 Ll~Obock TX 79408 {806) 765-7706 R. C "l*aytor, Pros SALESPERSONS: 5 St, Houston TX 77007 (713) 222-1371 TOBACCO SALES CO. INC. SALESPERSONS: 4 TRINITY D|STRIBUTORS, INC. P.O. Box 3160 FL Worlh TX 76113 (817) 335-3221 76116 4817) 737.3191 Box 260 Galoosvllle TX 75240 (817) 665-3411 (817) Oklahoma UNITED WHLSE. COMPANY Fcar~, Elarn, Mgt. 78572 (5t2) 585-3888 KENNY WELCH DIST. CO. gceVeod~ 2614W.Ave.MTem~e'l'X76501 |817) WES ~EX VENDING 43019 Vr/R~E SWAN, I~C. p.Q ~ 2e~ D~s TX 7522e "WICHITA C~GAR &'fOBA~ ~O~ |NC. ~ BENK~ CO. 1~1 ~ 40th St H~ ~ UTAH AMER~AN ~E~ Fo~ ~vis~n ~ W. BRADLEY CANDY CO. CUBAN CIGAR, INC., ~e Saft~, Tre~ $~ney S~fran; C~ & Toba~ 84110 (001) 355-4637 ~tt Lake Ci~ ~ 84125 (801) 261-3833 HANSEN CANDY & DISTRIBUTING CO. (801) 373-7186 A, W. MARSHALL CO. 841~6 (801) 328-,17t3 3~VING: ~. Sout~m fd~ & Western 4801) 731-5560 PEXTON WHOLESALE CO. 8~ $. M~in St` Ne~ UT 8~5~ 4801) ROUNDY DIST. CO. INC. 505 E. 3rd S. S~flCd ~ (~1) 563-6716 Q~ ~ 841~ BILL WINK~ D~BRIBU~NG ~. VERMONT It=ONARD BALLOU P.O. Box 86~ A. L BAR~OUMB CO~ INC. ~ L~er W~ SL P.O. ~x 047 05478 (802) 524-2850 C & S WHOLESALE GROCERY, INC. CAPITAL CANDY CO., INC. SALES MANAGER," R. L Blanked DOWLING'S, INC. SA~SP~SONS: 6 HENR~ F. FAGAN CO. ~ENCH & O~N COMPANY Memod~l D~ve P.O. ~x 129 S~nt ~n~u~ ~ 05819 (802) 748~348 8~a~[~m W ~301 4802) 254-56~ HIBBERT & MC GEE 4802) 47~5750 SALES MANAGER: Alfred Atkins P & C FOOD MARK.S, INC, QUEBEC DISTRIBUTING CO. 773-7890 (802) 775-2566 VIRGINIA BAROODY CANDY CO., INC. ~6 Cr~e~ Strut ~v~ VA 24541 (804) ~A~S ~ ~: HO~ New~ H. BE~OV & CO. 2~ ~) ~240t TI5632_4178
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~ 37 VIRG)NIA WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBU~ON ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE VIRGINIA WW'37 BUYERS AND PRODUCTS. LeWt~ S W~, C~dy. No0orI~. TOO,. Etc. ~ SCOlt W~nn; Candy. No,Axis, TOO. Etc BO~'y W. Wn~ Candy. k'o~. Tab. Etc BISESE & CONSOLE, INC. 23502 (304) 655-4781 1804} 855-6697 J A. Vita. Jr. Pros. F. B. Wy~[1. V.P. Gen Mgt. 0. McO~ffo Ex~¢ V P. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Sam Morns; Tobacco. Candy C. Reynolds; Produce TERRITORY SERVED: T~dewater. V& SALESPERSON~..'2 BRANCHES: I: See BLOUNT CANDY COMPNAY 209 Pnnoaton Cir. Roanoke VA 24012 BLUE RIDGE GROCERY CO~ INC. 700 Rath Ave. P.O. Box 1207 Wayoasboro VA ~2660 (703) 942-8361 BLUE RIDGE SUPPLY CO. P. O. Sex 530 Putaski VA 24301 (703) 580-4021 Howard Mords, T. W. BONNER, INC. 144 School Street P.O. BOX 216 Kilmamock VA 22492 (804) 435-1207 Stephen W. B~er, Pres. SALES MANAGER'Stephen W. Booaar BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: A. Leroy Hughes; Narmal Stock SERVING:Northern Neck of V& &Tidewater SALESPERSONS: 7 BOYO BLUFORD, INCa 3750 Progress Rd. Industr;a[ Park Nodolk VA 23502 1804I 855.6036 Bruce Melc~or, Pres, Waiter Haltigan. V.P. Maw Lea Johnson, Secy. SALES MANAGER: Albert T. Leggett BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Albe~t T, LeggeMi Conf.. Drugs Jim Batchelo~; Fountain Syrups A. L. Dowdy; Paper SERVING: Tidewater SALESPERSONS: 10 CHARLES F_. BRAUER & CO., INC. 21 & Gary SL P.O, Box 25763 Richmond VA 23260 1804) 648-4471 Evelyn R. Inman, V.P. SALES MANAGER: W. J. Ambrose BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: W. J. Ambrose; Ca~dy, Paper & Grocery • W. M. Mitchell; C~garettes, Cigars & Tobacco George Arme~trout; Sundries & Seasonal Items SERVING: Greater Richmond SALESPERSONS: 5 CAPITAL C;IG & TOBACCO CO tJS 1 & Koalon Rd. Rte. 4 Glen Allen VA 23060 CAPITAL CIGAR & TOBACCO CO., INC. Capital Salem VA 24153 4703) 369-5479 4800) 542-7007 Brlnch of;. Capital Cigar & Tobacco Corp.; See MD SERVING: South Western Virg=ms SALESPERSONS," 4 CAPITAL CIGAR & TOBACCO CO., INC. Box 3009 Winchester VA 22601 Charles Stanton, Br. Mgr. SALES MANAGER: Robert N~cewarnar BUYERS AND PRODUCTS" SERVING: VA. W VA. MD SALESPERSONS: 5 CAPITAL RICHMOND WHOLESALE D~v, of Capital Cigar & Tobacco Co. US 1 & Keeton Rd. Gte¢~ Allen VA 23060 {804) 798-9151 Ken Thornton. Br. Mgr. SALES MANGER. John Ekman BUYER: Joan Mason SERVING: RW,'v:'~ond. Coeval Virg=rua, Tidewater, E~stem Noah Carokr~ SALESPERSONS: 5 CARMINE FOODS, INC. 2004 Dehney Rd. P.O. Bo~ 6894 R;chmond VA 23230 (804) 355-0049 COVINGTON GROCERY CO., INC. 107 Fgd~a St. P O box 71 t Covington VA 244261703) 962o2137 ~Jbert L Long, SALES MANAGER: Albert / Long BUYERS & PROOUOTS: Albert L. Lo~ BEhoVING." 75-M~e R~d~us CO ~.v~., reer~e¢. Ma~oe. B,tth & Nich~hls SALESPERSONS..4 COWAN BROTHERS. INC. ~09 Bt~te Stce~t P O, Box ~J57 BP,¢t~ VA 24201 170~} 6~-6342 (703) J. L CULPEPPER & ¢O. R~sarte~m Rd. & Me~e DEI-fOR. EDWARO~ & MORRIS. INC. R~x~e 738 ECHO SALES CO. ~ VA 243t6 I~ C. EVAN~ & SON BUYERS AND PROOUCTS; FRANK'S OF PORTSMOUTH, INC. 623 N~d Ave PO~ VA 237~ 397-8171 ~ANKMN GROCERY & GRiN CO. 113-114 Ftanktin St. Rocky M~nt VA 24151 {703) 483-5352 GA~X MERCANTI~ CO. Ra~road Ave. P.O. 8ox GORDENS WHOLESALE CO. INC. Rt. #2, Route 460 W~t P O. Box 332 Bedford VA 24523 4703} ~2858 Wayne O. ~H, Pros. George L Walker, Buyer T. C. Haga, BWar BUY~S AND PRO~CF~" W~e D ~; Candy & George L. Wal~ C~ndy & T~acco T. C. Haga. C~y & Tobac~ S~VING: Bedford Count, C~pbell County, Fr~lin Coun~ GUNST CORPORAT~N US 1 & Keetoa Rd. G~ Allen VA 23060 {804) 790.9151 ~ ~ HARPER & CO., JN~ 144 Harpers~lle Rd. P,O. Box 1578 New~ Ne~ VA 23601 (8~} 595.114 HILL ClW WHOLESALE COMPANY, INC. f/k/6 Hil~ C~ty T~a~o Co,, ~ee. 161h & Ke~r Sis. P.O. Box 10246 Lynch~urg VA 24506 4804) John R, ~o~n, V.P. M~re¢ S. ~on, BO~., Trees. SALES MANAGER: ~II~m S. T~omasson BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: W=IG~ S. ~sson; To~c~, S~dd~ SERVING: L~rg ~d 4 Surrounding Co~6es SALESPERSQN8:5 ~ W. HOLT & CO. 128 23rd St. P.O. ~ox 7~ Newport News VA 23607 (804) 244-14~ HUGER DAVIDSON SALES CO., INC. ~2 Chur~ SV~t Staunt~ VA 24401 4703) 885.2339 JOHN HUNT CANDY CO. P~oa C~eet Dr. Madis~ Heights VA 24572 HUNTER WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS CO. 509 Davis Strut Radford VA 24141 4703) ~9-2974 IRVIN CAND CO., INC. Route 1 t N. P.O. Box 276 Edi~urg VA ~824 ~03) 984~114 George R. Iwi~, Jr., SEW., ~reas, SALES MANAGER: J. R~ed BUYER~ AND PRODUCTS: SALESPERSONS" 10 J & T DI~ CO. 68 ~rst SL N.W. JONES CAND~ CO. 403 Virginia Ave, 24605 (703) 32~1413 JONES WHOLESALE COMPANY~ INC. ~rg~ whn~e~le C~any, Inc. 70 C~m~woal~ E, S. Jones. 9d. Chmn. Edge P Bo~, Exec. V.P. Bet~ S. Harr~, S~. BUY~S.- Charles D WNte R~e~ A. Campbe, Margaret Hogy S~ 3ERVING: 1~ mi~s ~a~ el Bdstol. BROUDY KANTOR CO. INC. 3501 E. Pt~ess A~e Rd P.O. Box 12739 NoH~k VA 23502 (804) 855-6~1 Myr~ A. Kant.. ~ec. SALES M~AG~; J~es D. Bevy BUYERS& ~O~T~" KI~ORE GR~Y ~. ~ Ave. P.O. Box K KING & ROBERTS INC. lt~ Rose ~ ~. ~do~le VA ~5.~113 Cms~ VA 2~ {8e4) 7~-74~ ~M~ CAND~ CO. 1~7 E M~ ~ P O, ~ 101$ S~VA 24153 Bet) Ssr~r'4. ;=ms. Gartered Si~s. J~ S~, Try. ~. T~ter SA~SONS.4 MALONE & HYD~ INC. ~9 K~ler 1019 S~ VA 24153 ~03) 38~54~1 B~ch o~ ~e & Hy~ I~S~ Te~e~ee SALES MANAGER: ~tt~ M=I~ BUYBR A~D Duke M~be~ T~acco, Can~es S~WNG. W. Va. Va. & N= MARTINSViLLE WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 212 Fr~klin St. P.O. Box 1322 Ma~n~vil~e VA 24112 {703) 63~2818 BUYERS & PRODUCTS.. ~l]~m P. Sw~son SERVING: 45.Mile Ra~s: R~sylv~a. P~ldck. Franklin & Henw Counties SALESPERSONS: 4 MASTER MERCHANDISERS Box 268 Pul~ki VA 24301 ~ARKEY MATHEWS CO 708 W. C~ffin~ Rd. S~o]k VA 23434 MERCHANTS GROCERY CO., INC. 8~ M~ox Dr. Box 471 Cuipope~ VA 22701 ~03) 825~786 Bv~ Stay.ms. P[~./G~, Mgr, SALES MANAGER: BO~ R0upe BUYERS ~ PRODUCT~" Ji~ Msddox B~rw ~ R~pe BERING: l~MiZe Radius: Cu~p~par, Ra~nn~k SALESPERSONS: 10 BRANCHES: I; Sea Virglni~ MOORBS DISTRIBUTING CO. ~9 S~ Ma~ S~e¢ P.O. ~ox 132 Fan.fie VA 23901 (804) Rchard H. M~e. O~er Corinne H, M~e, SeW. T~eas, SALES MANAGER: George L. Godsey NATIONAL WHOLESALE CO. INC, 15 1/~ Sou~ Jeffars~ ~t P.O. Box 1056 Le~ngton VA 24450 (703) 463-9400 (703) 463-3013 Carlton W. Clark, Pres. J~e~e C. Brown, SEW., Trees. SALES MANAGER: Cadt~ W. Ctark BUYER~ AND PRO~C~: Jose~ine C 6ro~; C~y, Confec~ SERVING: 65.Mde Radius: Rockbr~e. NORTON FOOD CO. INC. Virginia S~eet P.O, Box 280 Ur~ VA 23175 (804) 758-23~5 J~ee P Jen~ns, Jr. V.P. Oper. NORTON & HOLLEY 400 C~ghoad Strut P.O. BOX 1257 Danville VA 24~1 {804) 792-5511 OLD DOMINION TOB. CO. At(~c Tchac~ Co. P. O. 8ox 12420 23502 (804} 497-1~1 SALES MANAGER: Clyde L~ D~v~s BUYERS ~ PRODUCTS: OLD DOMINION TOBACCO CO. (804) B~NCHES:2; S~ SC, NC GEORGE F. PATRICK CO. BUYERS ~ PRODUC~" SA~SP~SONS: 4 M~$v~ VA 2411~ G~) 635.2297 IRVIN PAYNE & SONS 35~ Ca~ ~ Road Baileys Cr ees~oad VA 22~ 1 ~ER~S: 8 W. T. PHI~IPS & SON, iNC. ~13 w~ SE P~O ~P ~T~. POCAHONTAS FOODS P.O. ~ 9729 Rchmo~d VA 23228 (~04} 262~614 C. M~ G~y, JAMES L PRITCH~ & SONS, INC. ~1 C~d S~t P O. B~ 13~ D~ VA 24541 RACK SER~C~ IN~ 4Q R~ SL N~olk VA 23510 RED'S CHiP & ~NFECTIONERY COM. 540 Oakley Ave, L~rg VA 2450~ (80~} ~7-7~ RICE W~LESA~ CO, INC. 307 P~ SVeet B~stoi VA 24201 ~03) ~0.2~3 L. W. ROARK & CO, P.O. Box 420 Breekneal VA 245~8 {804) 376-2345 C R. M~owelf, Jr~, BUY~S ~ PRODUCTS: SERWNG: 5~Mde Radius: Cam~e]l, Appoma~ox Chado~e, H~f~ & P~sy vania SALESPERSONS: 3 No#~k VA 2350~ {804) 355~78~ RUBEN & HARRIS CO. 4413 Roanoke Avenue Ne~o~ Ne~ VA 23607 (804} 245-3233 RUSH WHO~SA~ CO, INC. 3~5 Rivers,de Dr. SANDLER FOODS P.O. ~ox 396 Nodofk VA 2350f (8~) 464-3551 ~CHENCK FOODS CO, Valley Ave. ~t, W~ch~ter VA 22~I SCO~ COUNW TOBACCO CO., INC. P.O. Box 2~ Weber Ci~ VA 24251 (703) 225~I04 J~ck A. Denn~n. Pres. Eve]~ ~ison, Secy., Treas. ~O~S SPEC~LW CC. 601 Oaklcy Ave. Lyn~r~ VA 24501 SNEPARD WHOLS~LE CANDY CO. C~e~r Brook VA 22624 SIMKINS WHOLESALE tlaW.A.MatlowCo..Inc. 1711 Chur~ St.NoffolkVA 23504 (804) 623-2390 Yvonne S, Watk~. Boyar/Sal~ SM~H'S FOOD SERVIC~ iNC. P.O, Box S. Kenbddge VA 23944 (604) 676~211 SOUTHSIDE CANDY CO., INC. 37-39 Bo,mgbrook St. Peters~r9 VA 23803 S~ESPERSON~" 4 SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA TOBACCO CO. Ist & Wsikar S~. P.O. Box 1 I~ R~dford VA 24141 {703) STAR SPECIALW SALES Re. BOX ~01 Ro~O~e VA 24017 ~ Shardll, S~. & Tre~. STEWART CANDY COMPANY 321 Piedm~t Ave. P.O. ~x 127 B~stol VA 24203 ~03) 669-2832 Cha~ G. SWwa~, Owner W. D. Stew~, Sn, SALES MANAGER:W, D. Stewed BGYER A~D PRODGCT~. W. 0. ~tewa~ C~dy, AIIi~ Pruduc~ SERVING: E. T~n,, S.W. SA~SPERSONS: 4 STUART MERCANTILE CO. Commerce St. Stua~ VA 24171 (7~} 694-7012 T~EWELL FARM BUR~U, INC. 320 R~versldo Dr. N0~h Tazewell VA 24630 (703) 988-4131 TERR~S INC. 14~ Ne~on SL Bdstol VA 24201 (703) 66~149 John Te~, ~IN CIW TOBACCO CO., INC. car~er of coJJey and 22nd SL P.O. ~ox 1 }065 VA 23517 4804) 625.2529 ~c Oou#~s, ~t. S~es Mgc BUYER ANO PRODUCT~" Jack S~; T~a~ & Candy S~VING: Nodolk. PoRsmou~, ~r~ia SALESP~SONS: 3 VA ~D ~ tN~ 3032 Nod01k SL Ri~ VA 23230 VI~OR PRODUCTS CORP. Q28 N. 18 SL P.O. Box 7937 R~d VA 23223 4804) ~r Z~der, Pr~. ~LES MA~ ~R: D~ ~E~ S~PPL~ ~. P.O. ~x 718 Gr~y VA 24614 17~) 93~2~7 ~JRGIN~ ~ IN~ P.O. ~x 431 S~em VA 24153 ~03) 389~241 VIRGIN~ ~DS OF BLU~IEL~ INC. F~ R~ P.O. ~x 511 ~ VA ~4~ VIRGIN~ WH~ESALE ¢O. P. O ~X 86 B~t~ VA W W NOVEL~ ~. W~R~N WHOLESA~ TI56324179
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WW 38 VIRGINIA WHO'S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DtSTRIBI.FRON ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE WEST VIRGINIA WW 38 SERVING 150-Mhe .;ALESP~RSON$- 3 CLIFF WEI~ INC. ~¢ R~. E~ ~ P~ P~O ~x 427 M~e VA 23t 1 J~ S~a~. V.P & F~ ~ ~, V P O~. S~G, So~t ~SPERSONS: WH~'S WHO~ALE 1206 S. ~h SL P O Box 1163 Ha~rg VA 22~I ~) 4~-2555 WHITEH~D HARDING CO. H~. 301 Sou~ Em~ VA 23847 (804) ~4-2525 WHITEHEAD STOKES GRYMES CO. J. G. Mur~ck, V.P. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS' P~an C~m~eli; T~acce. HBA. Can. Mdse. D~g Melts; DW Grocew SALESPERSONS: 12 WIL~AMS DISTRIB. CO. 1434 Holl~d Rd. Suffolk VA 23434 WISE COUN~ TOB. CO. 52O 112 Kent~ky Ave. Box 709 No,on VA 24273 (703) 679-4813 SERVING: Vi~n~a SALESPERSONS: WOMETCO AMUSEME~S INC. 776 No~eed C~rcle Hamp¢an VA 23~1 (804J 7~-2811 W~NICKELS GROC. CO. 811 K~ball Ave. Willi~msee Rd. S E P=O. Box 1202 Ro~oke VA 24029 (703} 345-8155 WYA~ & CREWS, INC. H~hway 58 Easl South Boston VA 24592 (804} SA~S MANAGER: John L Crews BUYERS ~ PRODUCTS. John I. Crews SERVING; 7~M~le Radius: South Central Virginia, and Noah C~tral NC SALESPERSONS: 3 J.W. WYA~ & CO~ ~NC. 930 River Side O~. P.O. Box 1686 D~wlle VA 24541 (804) 792.4311 YORK W/S CO. West Po~nt VA 23181 WASHINGTON APEX WHOLESALE 521 1st Ave Noah Se~le WA ASSOCIATEd GROCERS, INC. 3301 S. Nodolk St P.O. Box 3763 See~e WA 98124 (206) 762-21~ ASS~IATED GROCERS. INC. 911 S. 3rd SL Yakima WA 98901 B & P DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 98226 (206) 734-7630 Robe~ W Schneet. P~es, Dan Sofia, Mgr. BUYERS • PRODUCTS: SERVING: 2o-~e Rodius: W~tem Wh~c~a Sk~g~t Co~t~ BARGREEN CASH & CARRY Evere~ WA 9820~ Rick White, Off~ BRINTON BROS. VENDING 10421 161h S,W. Seeffie WA 98146 (2~) 24~8138 BUR-BEE CO. 8~ W. Ma~ St. Box 797 Wolla Walls WA 99362 (509} 525-5~0 ~ McM~n. V,P. K~n Pnbt~ky, Sany, T~ees. S~ES MANAGER; O~ McMa~ ~wne H~de~ C~, T~ac~. S~r~s S~ESPERSONS: 8 B~ES" 1; S~ W~ee BUR BEE CO. WAL~ WA~ ~N~ 732 W. Co~a P~ WA 9~01 (509) 547~421 W. C. BURREL~ INC. SA~S ~A~: F~k F ~ R S~C A~ C~ ~ ~Y ~: ~ W~ WA ~ ~ CENTRAL DIST. INC. CENTRAL DISTRIBUTORS INC. Rick CanT¢~. Pras (906) 642-3390 C. O. COLE DISTRIBUTING 1633 Cherry SL CALVIN SUPPLY CO. GENERAL SUPPLY CO. HALFON CANDY CO. KANDY KASTLE DIST. CO. KNIGHT DISTRIBUTING CO., INC. MILLER-CASCADE FOODS, INC. (206) 251-9100 WA 982O1 SL Bolli~ghem WA 88225 Tany Culjak S & D CANDY CO. S~'a De~l~. Seclt. & T~ee=. S~RVICE ~'HOLES~J=ER,~ ~ 1749 Pe.¢~¢ H. S. SMITH & SON. INC. BUYERS,SPROOUCTS, SALESPERSOn,S: 4 TACOMA WHOLESALE GROCERY INC. E~gmen-Etngso~ Inc 66~6 S Spr~gtm St. Taee~r~ WA 99409 (206) 475-3475 GWL Pate, Mgr TOTEM FOOD PRODUCTS, INC. BOu~as E McKee~, Pres. SALES MANAGER: Tsrr~ Thomas BUYERS AND PRODUCTS, Charles Ice; Co~fectlc.~y S~VING Western Wa~.~gfon SALESPERSONG 13 WASHINGTON WHOLESALERS (206) 22s-7610 Helen Mergensee. Sany, & Treas. WEST COAST GROCERY CO. P.O Box 1834 Tacoma WA 98401 (206) 883-3200 Charles H, Hyde, Chron. & CEO N, Ray~olds, Corp. Admn. Supv. BRANCHES, 7; See Washington, Oregon WEST COAST GROCERY COMPANY Frozen Food division 70t 15th S.W, Auburn WA 96002 (2O6) 593-3148 Washington WEST COAST GROCERY COMPANY Spokane Division P.O. Box 2806 T. A, Spokane WA 99220 (609) 820-7700 Branch of:. West Coast Grocery Co.; See Ronald O. Skeels. V,P. & Gun. Mgr, WEST COAST GROCERY COMPANY Meat Division 475 East 19th Tacoma WA 98421 (206) 593-3151 WEST COAST GROCERY COMPANY Ser~|ce Merchandise Olvlsion Box 2237 Tacom~ WA 98401 (206) 593-3200 WEST COAST GROCERY COMPANY Tacoma Grocery Divlsk)a P.O. Sox 2237 Tacoma WA $8401 (206) 698-3200 WESTCOASTGROCERYCOMPANY P.O. Box 1834 Tacoma WA 98401 [206) 593-3200 Breech of:. West Coast Grocery Co.| See Washington Lesler M, Bona, Asst. to the Pres. YAKIMA DISTRIBUTING CO., iNC. 504 South Second Awnue Yakima WA 90902 (599) 453-3620 Charles Vemee. Owner, Pres. Bonnie Stickley, Off. Secy., Trees. SAL~S MANAGER: A, D. Adler Lanny Grove BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Ken Kring; Tobacco Products. Candy Ch~'les Vernon; Tobacco Products. Ca~Idy SERVING: Yakima, Kitit~s, Benton Counties WEST VIRGINIA A & J TORACCO COMPANY 614-620 Bramwoll Ro~d B~uefluld WV 24701 (304) 327-6556 SALES MANAGER: A, Doughton. Jr. BUYERS & PRODUCTS." A. Ooughton, Jr. Monroe West Virginm Tezewell, Wythell & B and, Virg n a SALESPERSONS: I ACME WHOLESALE INC. 714 Elk St. P,O. Drawer K G~sssway WV 2S624 (304) 354.5124 TERRITORY SERVED: 60*Mde Radius ACKINS DIST. CO. Rt 2 Wayne WV 25570 MIKE ALEXANDER & SONS~ INC. 5 Ohio Avenue (W.O~] Morganlown WV 26505 (304) 2O2-94f2 ANCHOR TORACCO COMPANY 695 Capitol Street P O~ BOx 1633 Charleston WV 25301 (304) 342-6134 James F. Duncan, Pres. M~ry Frankfort. Secy., Trees. J~n Dunc~m. Pars, Rans. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS; James F. Cuncan; Sundne~ Dean Bryant: Tobacco. Confections SERVING, Ceettal West Vir~nla Co ANDERSON WHOLESALE CO., |NC. 98 RNer~ew Ave. P.O. BOx 1088 Logan WV 28601 [304) 752-5766 ASSOCIATED GROCERS, INC. (304} 76~-2904 John F. May. V P. Opns. Larry H;~j~ns. V.P. Admk~slratio~ 8LIYER, S AND t~RODUCTS. Roland E. Nee; Noe~Foed~ Waliam FL J~hedsoe; C~l's, B.F. SPEC~ALTYCO, 4 C~s~4~ St. PC B~XL~3~ BA'rH ~Y CO. 205 k~ ~L 25411 WV B~.LS ~ ~tOC~ p BREWE~ DIStRIBUtING Mabeso~ WV 25~71 CO CANDyCo 30~ Mye~JA-,~e ~1 COREY CANDY CO. COWEN WHOLESALE CO. (304) 624-7~ ~e Kent~ ECONOMY WHOLESALE ELK GROCERY COMPANY (2O4) 342-3144 ELKHORN VALLEY GROCERY CO. GAST ENTERPRISES INC. 2~37 (304) 527-3420 GOLDSMIT B~CK INC. 25721 (3~) 525-9~92 J. R. Syd~r, Pre¢ J. ~ C~;~. V.P. J. R Sy~ O~t Pr~ H & I WHOLESALE CO., INC. CatCh GeOl, V.P., ~ HAR~OCK F~SCHER CANDY CO. TI5632418O
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W1N 39 WEST VIRGINIA WHO~S WHO IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRII~UTION ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE WISCONSIN WW 39 Don H~ Pm~ SALES/,¢4NAGET~ D~ Hedr¢~ H~ELL TOBACCO COMPANY BUY~S AND ~UCTS: C. ~ HeweS; C=gam L~le Serge; C~are~a, T~acco SERVING: Ratei~, ~om~g, Faye~e S~mers Coun~ HOWELL CANDY CO. S~ta R~t~ 17 P.O. Box 116 W=n~ld ~ 25213 (304) 5B6-2181 Jo~ C. ~owetl, IMPERIAL ~NOY CO. P.O. Box 1048 Logan 25601 3 & J SUPPLY CO. Rt. 1 Box 13 S~on ~ 266~1 (304) 76~5276 James P. StewaA, Owner ~AL~S MANAGE~: James P. BUYER AND PRODUCTS: JARRELL'S DISTRIBU~NG CO. Rt~. ~5 B~ 103 O~viSe ~ 25~3 (304) 369-3461 0~o Jarrell, Owner BUYER: Grog Jus~ce SERVING: West JARRELLS DIS~IBUTING CO. 53 Madis~ Ave. Ma0ison ~ 25053 KEYSER CANDY 46 N. Minerat Sveet P.O. Box 189 Keyser ~ 26726 (304) 78~lt4t D~ald Jones, Pres. ~ald Jones. V.P. Oe~rah Jones, S~y., Treas. SALES MANAGER: J~es M. Jones BUY~S AND PRODUCTS: J~ Jones; Dru~, Sunddes S~VING: 40 m~e r~d~us SALESPERSONS: 3 KINCAID WHO~SALE CO. 1~ Coud Street S~ncer ~ 25276 (304) 927-2840 KINGWOOD WHOLESALE CO. P~ce St. P.O. Box ~7 Ki~wood ~ 26537 (3~] 329-~51 ~WISBURG WHO~SALE CO., INC. 100 Edgar Ave. P.O. D~wer 38 Ronceve~e ~ 24970 (304) 645-1500 M & R DISTRIBUTING CO. P.O. Box 630 Pnnceton THE MACKE CO. OF W. 1~5 Bufli~ SL Charleston ~ 25301 (304) 342-2109 T. E. E~entraut, Co. Mgr. H. L. Ashwodh. Dist. Mgr. SA~ES MANAGER." S. SALESPERSONS: 1 BRANCHES: 2 MATHIAS & COMPANY~ INC. P.O. BOX 67 Psters~rg ~ 26847 (304) 257-161t ~rg~f M. Manias, Pros. SERVING: 50-Mile Radi~ S~ESPERSONS: 5 MC CLURE CO., INC. 603 Br~k St. P.O. ~ox 985 Ch~leston ~ 25324 (304) 343-7835 Edward J. C~ssab, Pros. V=r~nia H. Cas~b. Se~., T~eas. SALES M~AGER: Wit][am H. We]lman BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Win. H. Weli~; S~ddes S~ESPERSONS: 6 WeI~ ~ 24801 (3~) 436-3214 MERCHANTS SPEClALW CO. P O. Box 138 ~e=~t]e ~ 265~ (304) 278-7131 MID~ND GR~ ~. 1300 Grand C~td ~ 261~ THE MIO~D GR~ERY COMPANY ~rke~bmg B~¢h 13~ Gr~d Cen~ Ave. P.O. Box 1~7 P~k~s~O ~ 26102 (3~) 2~-4529 O~o SALE~S~S. 7 MODERN INOU~I~ 4~8 C~ MONTGOMER~ W~SE C P.O. ~x 7~ ~ ~ 25136 Edv~.d C. Powell, C)wP.~ RICHWOOD WHOLESALE CO. F_~ Dr~v~ P.O. ~o¢ 30~ ~ WV 2~2~1 (3O4) ~t L C. Gr~. V.P. SARVER CANDY CO, INC. ~4 ~ll~e Ave~ P O. ~x 5~ Bl~f~ld ~ 24701 (~4) 327-7017 WEIRTON WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTING CO., INC. WISCONSIN BADGER TOBACCO CO. PETER C. BECK CO. (414) 634-5578 ~YER~" BENISH CANDY CO. BORNHEIMER C~. STORE 211 E ~ M~k~ ~ ~2~ BOSSE'S N~S OEP~ 2~ C~er~ SL P.O B~ 9~ G~ Bay ~ ~3~ (414) 432-8647 S~ ~ Pr~netor ~Y~S A~ PR~ BREA~IME SVS. INC. J A BRIGGS SUPPLY 3ERWNG: R~ Q~ CAVAL~ TOBACCO CO. Wl=consln CLICK DISTRIBUTING CO., INC. L. A, EDLBECK L A. EDLBECK CO. Gregg C~yce. V.P. SALES MANAGER:Ted C~yce SERV/NG; Brown ~ Oc~to Coun~ SA~SPERSON~~ 8 L A. EDLBECK CO. ~LES~SONS:24 54140 GODFR~ COMPANY/SENTRY F~DS ~2-~1~ Robe~ F. No~. CEO JOHN L HAHN CO. OF DODG~ILLE 142 S~ Iowa Str6~ O~];e WI 53533 93~31 SALES MANAGER: Jo~n Es~ BUY~S • PRD~CTS: Gone Ne~ SALESPERSONS:3 BURN~ HARRIS W/S 437 Walker SL F~d ~ ~c WI ~935 53826 J. P. HERING CO. R~eR J. He.g. Owne~ SALES ~AGER: S~ce~ Jenk~s BUY~ ~D PRODUCTS: S~ncer Jenk~; Ca~y, Tobac~ and F~ P(od~ts S~V/NG: 40 mi[~ ra~s of Spa~a SALESPERSONS:3 HOLIDAY WHOLESALE, INC. P~noer Rd. P.O. ~ox 177 W~con~ Dells WI {608) 254~321 B. E. Gussel, Jr.. Pres. SALES ~ANAG~: R~ DaN BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: B. E Gu~. To5ac~ SERWNG: C~t~l W~in SALESPERSONS' 18 HUB CI~ FOODS, INC, 1700 Laemre Ave. P.O. Box 490 ~arshfie~d Wl 54449 (715) 3~191 Ron Lusic, P~. BUYERS AND PRODUC~: K~ Ch6sen; Perishable, C~, HABA Ed Sheah~; Grades, T~acco SALESPERSON~" 4 B~NCHES: 1 ~ W. HUSS COMPANY 165~ W. Glendale ~r. New Ber[~. WI 53151 (414) 784-9580 JERRYS DIST. CO. 321 ~rst SL Ail~ton WI 53002 (414) 629-9043 Jero~ Krantz. Pr~rietor K & R SERVICES INC. 3828 14th Ave~ K~o~a 53140 KEN'S ~NDY CO., INC. 112 W. Perw Ave P.O. Box 68 Mar~ W154950 {71 7~-5553 Rozanne Rob~hagen, Secy,, Treas, SALES MANA G~: Kenneth S~wede BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: ~xie Wh;fford; C=garettes. T~acco Kenneth S~w~e; C~dy, G~ Rozanne Robenh~ SALESPERSONS: 1 KNAUF TOBACCO & CANDY CO., INC. 14 t 6 Ke~t~ky Av~ P.O. Box 90 Sheboyg~ W[ 53081 (414) 452-7733 ~o~s R~shek, Melvin Mauk, V.P. S~ES MANAGER: Me.in ~auk BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Me~ Mauk; Ca~ Bob ~rsteE C~S S~V~G: ~yg~, Man~owoe, F~ ~ S~E~SONS: 3 T. KONOWALSKI DIST. 1354 ~we Grin Bay 5430~ O. KURMAN CO. 39~ No. Fratney Strut P.O. Box ~D O ~K~ CANDY ~ 1~5 S. 16~ Ave. W&~u ~ 54401 LEONSTASW~ 3~ S. SaW~ St ~ MERRI~ CANDY & DISTRIB~ING COMPANY INC. 1301 M~ ~. M~H Wl 5~52 ~15) 53~551 ~ A. S~we. Pres. ~rd G ~we. ~ T ~we. Tre~. ~ ~ T~ T!56324181
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WHO'S WHO IH TOBACCO/CONFECTIONERY DISTRIBUTION WW 40 WISCONSIN ADDRESS/TELEPHONE/PROFILE CANADA WW 40 NATIONAL TOBACCO CO. 11707W O~'ott St. Y,/e~t ~WI 53214 (414) K~ ~e~rg. V P T~ Pe~ V.P N~BS ~DS 54961 {414} 982-3093 NORTHWEST WHOLESALE 28~ B~uer SL G. ~ Oread. Pros. ~ES MA~GER:M ~ Or~do~ B~S AND PRODUC~: M. ~ Orendo~; C~dy SER~NG:Nodhw~em ~sc~se N. M. O~ON DIST. 4313 Nakoosa Trail MedlSon Wl 53714 OWEN MANAGEMENT CORPORATION 615 N. Parker Dr. P.O. ~x 1489 Jane~lle W153545 (608] 752q8~ John E. Owen, ~ Paul Ow~. ~e~ V.P. & CEO SA~S MANAGER: J~n Mailh~e BUY~S AND #RODUCTS: John K. Owen; Misc. B~NCHES.'3; See ~s~ns~n & ill~no~s P D S & ASSOCIATES 2101 53215 PEARSON INC. d/b~l c~Hson Candy Se~Ice Second Ave. Luck WI 54B~3 ED PHILLIPS ~ SONS OF ~U C~I~E IN~ ~50 Melby Sveet P.O. Box 869 Eau Cl~iro WI 54701 ED PHILLIPS & SONS DISTRIBUTING CORP. 3120 S~ Ave. P.O. ~x 1297 ~ Crone W154601 (608) 786.48~ ~II~ Locke~. Pros. B~nor Locke~. V.P. & Tre~s. Lou~ Eb~n. Se~. Iw~g Locke=. V.P. SA~S MANAGER: Greg Kohner 8UY~S AND PRODUCTS: Ro~d ~tzke; Tob~c~. C~ Greg K~ne~ All ~nes SERVING: 100 M~le Raaius SALESP~SONS:20 H. PHILLIPS CO., INC, 801 Jeffers~ Street P.O. ~x 808 Wausau W154401 ~15) 842-2031 P~ul M~coau. Pres. AI Dunst. V.P.. Pearl Bor~ardt. S~y. SA~ES MANAGe." AI Dunst BUYERS A~D PRDDUCTS: AI Dunst; Candy. Tobacco & misc. SERVING: 26 C0u~ti~, Centr~l & N.E SALESPERSONS: PIONEER DI~. CO. D9~ M & M Supply Co. 835 PIONEER DISTRIBUTING CO. SALESPERSONS: 6 Wi 5~81 ~15) 344-5330 R & V DISTRIBUTORS WI ~081 [414) 457-2411 REINHART INS~ONAL RICKS WHO~SALE, INC. I~ S~ SL P.O Box278 ~ WI ~4B01 (715) ROUNDY.% INC. 113~0 W. Bud~ SL P.O. Cox 473 M4waukee W~ Vi~:~,,t R ~le, ~ Gelid Ha~. ~ D~I Mgn TONYS CANDY & TOBACCO. INC. TRI MART CORPO~TION BUYER: M. VAN ~NCKT, INC. M. VAN ~NC~, INC. George Van Vynckt. V.P.. Secy. SALES MANAGe." Elise Marion 53204 (414) 383-2570 FRED E. WARNER CO., INC. WISCONSIN VENDING SERVICE Rapes ~ ~494 ~OMING CASH WHOLESALE CO. (~7) 587~6 ~B. ~ E~ SALESPERSONS: 4 JELOSEKWHLSE. CO. 1311L~erZy Dr. Rock Sp~ngs ~ 82901 F. Bo MCFADDEN WHOLESALE CO. 415 Rl~road Ave. Rock Spflngs ~ 82901 (307} 362-5441 E H McFaddan. pdrop~l Pat McFaOdan. V.P SALES MANAGc"~" John McFadden1 BUYERS & PRODUCTS. Jo~ln McFadd~; Food Pat McFadden; Non-Food M~chae1 McFadden; Candy SERVING: 200-Mile Radius SALESPERSONS: 5 MORELAND WHOLESALE CO. 1620 Snyder Avenue P.O, Box 386 Cheye~nm WY 82001 (307) 638-8592 Del Petersan. principal Margaret Petersen, Principal SALES MANAGER, Jim Carroll BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Del Paterson SERI//NG:AIDany. Goshen, Loram=e & Platte SALESPERSONS., 4 N.E.W. WHOLESALE CO. 2~0 N. Sheddan Ave. P.O. Box 828 Sheridan WY 82501 {307) 672-5845 BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Can Lewis AREA SERVING. Nodhe~-tem Wyoming SALESPERSONS: 6 S & 8 DIST. CO,, INC. 321 W. M~dwesl Arc, P.O, Box 1400 Casper WY 82601 (307) 265-1158 TWEED'S WHOLESALE, INC. 924 Hewit~ Ave. Riverton ~ 82501 I~ad Sejkora VAN'S CANDY & TOBACCO SERVICE, INC. 1323 South 2nd PC. Box 1105 Laramie WY 82070 (3O7) 745-7665 John K. Jerome, Pres. Kieth W. Jerome, V.P., Mgr. Lois M. Jerome, SecyJTreas. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: Harold Baker; All SERVING: Albany and Ca~bo~ Coundes VANS CANDY & TOe. 1323 S. 2nd St. Lemm~e WY 82070 WYOMING WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, INCo 632 E. Cedar St. P.O. Box 550 Rawhns WY 82301 (307) 324o3416 CANADA ASSOCIATED GROCERS LIMITED P.O. Box 1270 Sta. T. Calgary, Alta. T2H 1X2 Can. {403) 252-5591 ATLANTIC WHOLEALERS P.O. Box 3006 Saint Joho W. N.B, E2M 4X7 Can (506) 672-4110 Branch oP. AIlanllc Wholesalers, Limited; See New Brunswick G, M. Harroun, Mgr. ATLANT1C WHOLESALERS Lakeside Indusb'iai Pk, Halifax Co., NS B3L 4M7 Can (902] 876-2371 Branch o~ Atlantic Wholesalers, Umited; See New Brunswick D. C. Rayworth. Mgr. ATLANTIC WHOLESALERS Br'~gowator Hobby{lie, NS B4V 2W8 C~n. (902) 543-4642 Branch Of:. At(sr~tlc Who|esalers, Limited; See Now Brunswick Or~e Wentzell, ATLANTIC WHOLESALERS 137 M=tc~e~l SL P.O. Box 398 New Glasgow, NS B2H 5E5 Can. {902) 752-1571 Branch of:. AUantlc Wholesathrs~ Llmlled; See New Brunswick H. P. Bryan, Br, Mgr, ATLANTIC WHOLESALERS 4 Charlotte St Sackville, N.B. E0A 3C0 Can. (506) 536-1860 Albert F. Rose. Pres. BRANCHES: 15; See Nova Scotia, New BoJr, awick, Prince Edward ATL~-NTIO WHOLESALERS, DIVISION OF LORLAWS Bathurst Industti~,l Pk. P.O. Box 440 Bathurst, NB E2A 3Z3 Can. (506} 54~4458 Branch of:. Atl|nfl= Wholeealer~, Umited; See New Brunlwlck D. B. Berry, Mgr. ATLANTICWHOLESALERS, UMITED Sackvillo Rd. Amherst, NS C~n` {902} 667-3350 ATL~,NTIC WHOLESALERS, LIMITED 5 Adam St. Ca,~balltan. NB E3N 3G7 Can. (506) 753-4441 ATLANTIC WHOLESALERS, LIMITED Briskly P~t Rd. Chadottetown. PE CtA 7K2 Can. (902) 894-6508 ATL~NT1C WHOLESALERS, UMITED Coldb*ook, NS BOP 1Y.O Car~ (902} 678-3~68 ATLANTIC WHOLESALERS, LIMITED 1st Ave. []~by, NS B0V 1AO C~P. {~302} 245o2591 ATLANT)C WHOCESALER$. fJMITED WIRsey Rd. Fmdedc~o~. N(3 ESR 5A6 Can. (~506} 475-3361 ATLANTIC WHOLESALERS. UMITED Bang Blvd. M~.an, NB E1E 1C8 Can. (5~) 855-~83 ATLAN11C WHOLESALER~, LIMITED 253 Mitche~ SL New ~ NB EIV 3M6 Ca~ (5~6) 622-1251 ATLANTIC WHOLESAt.ERS, UM~ED ~ P~L Wee~md~, NB E-0J ZBO Ca~ ~S¢~) 3~e.~S~ Y~/mo~ N~ BS, A 4~4 CI~ ~ 742-L~4~ BOL~NDS P.O, ~ 440 DgtJn~J4h. N~ ~ 2",/5 Ca~. ~02~ 456~.15! B~DFORO PACKING CE~RE P O ~ B~O~, ON L~ IC0 ~, (416) ~E ~OYlL~ CO. P.O Box 587 R~. SK ~P 3A3 C~. (3~) 54~311 ~E ~DYi~ COMPANY P.O. Box 750 SK ~ 3~ ~n. (3~) 244-2~5 C~YIL~ ~STRIB~RS P O, ~x g~ ~, MB ~C ~6 Can. (~) ~2-71~ CONSO~DA~D ORDERS (~ML~PS) P.O. ~x 905 K~mloops. BC V2C 5M8 ~. (~4] 374~96 CONVENIENCE ~ORES & GAS BARS 125 Queensway Toronto. ON MSY 1H7 Can. (416) 259-6633 ~MINION MUSHR~M COMPANY RR #1 L~st H~. ON L0H 1J0 C~. (416) ~960 B~n~ ~ ~e Olhlwa Group Um~e~ See ~da J~a~ S, S~w. Mgr. D~CH BOY F~D MARK.S 230 Regi~ SL P.O. Box 520 Waterloo, ON N2J 4A9 C~. (519) G & H MARK~ING ENTERPRISE LTD. HUDON ET D~UDELIN LTEE KELLY~ DOUGHS & COMPANY, LIMITED KELLY~ DOUGHS & COMPANY, LTD. 1501 Wdfow St. Campbell River. BC VSW 6J5 C~. (6~) K~LLY, ~UG~S & COMPANy, LTD. 3~ Ri~by (6~J 564-7224 Dr P O ~x4~ Queenel, BC V2J 3J2 C~. K~Y, ~UG~S & COMPANY, L~ 1~ W. 1st KELLY, ~G~S & COMPANY, LTD. 42~ Ft~ S~ V~. BC V~ 4G1 C~ (6~) 872~14~ C~ (~) ~ ON L4V 1~ C~ (4iS) ~-1~ TI56324182
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WHO'S WI"~O IN TOBACCO/CONFECTIOHERY DISTRIBtrrlON WW 41 CANADA AODRESS/TELEPHONFJPROFILE FOREIGN ~ 41 LA~GS COLD STORAGE H. Y, LOUIE CO. ~M~D RE. ~X 4~ V~, BG V6B 3Z5 Can. (~) 421~242 T~ ~. P~ LUMSDEN BRO~RS ~MI~ P.O. ~ 5047 BC ~S 5Zt Ca~ (~4) ~9~7 W. H. ~IN L~. 1501 97~ Ave. P.O, Box 87 D~ws~ Creek, BC V~G 4G1 C~. (~4) 782~45 Brl~ o~ w. H. Maikln L~dj ~e ~ Wood, Mgr. W. H. ~IN L~. C.N.~ Yards P.O. Box 540 K~s, BC V2L 5L4 C~. (504) 372-93~ W. H. MATIN L~D. 1~ E~ SL Ke~w~. BCV1Y 2W3 C~. (~4) 762-2106 W. H. MALKIN L~D. 704 S~ St. ~ BC WM 1E5 ~ (604) 98~210 W. H. MALKIN L~. 955 F~st Ave. P.O. Box 788 W, H. MA~IN LTD. Wate~t ~ock G P.O. Box 368 P~ RU~R. BC VEJ 3P9 C~. (6~) 624-2143 W. H. MALKIN L~. - WHOLE~LE DIVISION P.O. Box 47~ V~couver, BC V6B 3S1 Can. (~4) 435-1444 W. H. MATIN L~. 750 Mal~ Aw. Van~var. BC W. H. MA~IN L~D. 846 ~m~ Rd, P.O. Box 758 ~a, BC VEW 2R4 ~n. (604) 3~.418~ M~OR M~T CO. LTD. 2~ Oo~y St. N~ V~c~er, BC WP 2L6 C~. (604) 98~5~1 M~RICHE~EU INC. 1~71 Sa~k S~ Montreal QU H1G 4Y2 Can. {514) 322~500 MODEL ~UNDRY 66 New.tie Ave. To~onto, ON MEY IA4 C~, (416) 241-13Sl ONTARIO F~D ~IVIS}ON 1~ ~e Torero, O~L ~EY 1~7 C~n. (416) 259-56~ ~E O~ARIO PRODUCE CO. 1~ ~e ~e~sway • o¢~to, O~L MEY 1H7 Can. (416) 259~391 THE OSHAWA GROUP LIMITED 302 ~e Ea~ Mall T~onto, ON M99 6B8 Can. (416) A. P. Graham, Pres. BRANCHES:21: See Canad~ O~AWA M~T ~ FiSH ~MITED 800 ~lfast O~wa, ON K1G 0Z5 C~ (613) 237~222 RE~AU~NT DIVISION 500 Fenm~ D~e Weston, Ont. MgL 2V5 C~, (416) 749-6614 ROYAL GROCERY LTD. D~o~ I~ust~al Park P.O. Box 1327 S~ J~ns, NF A1C 5N5 Can. (709) RUBY FOOD SERVICES LTD. 650 ]ndus~i~l Ave. Va~uv~, BC V6A 2~ C~ {604) Ro~ G. Moiler, P~s. SHE~Y WESTERN 201 Twe~h SL, W. P.O. ~x 910 Pdncs A~b~, SK S6V 5S5 C~, (3~] 922-1155 B~ch off W~alr F~dl Lid; See Clnldl M. Furl, Mgr. SHE~Y WES~RN 302 Msl~lls St. P.O~ Box 650 S~s~t~n. SK STK 3L8 C~n, (306) ~3-4260 SH~ WE~RN 235 Ave. D Nodh Saskatoon, SK S7L 1M7 Can. (306) 242~866 ~RANO F~DS LIMI~D 2~ Si~oo Pete~ough, ON KgH 2J2 C~. (705) 74~1314 SUNSPUN F~D SERVICE 101 Woston SL P.O. Box 744 ~n~, ~B R3C 2M~ Can, (2~) 786.5283 T. R. ~ NEWFOUND~ND P.O. 8ox 397 CornEr B~ks, NF A2H 6E3 C~n. ~) ~4.3124 T. ~ ~ NEWFOUN~ND P.O. Box 551 G~a~ NF A2A 2J9 C~. t709) 4B9-3846 T. R. ~ NEW~UND~ND P.O. Box 370 PER A~ Bas~es, NF A0M 1~ Ca~ ~) 695-2161 T. R. A. NEWFOUND~ND P.O. ~x 132~7 S~. A. St. ~'s, NF A~8 4~ C~ (7~) 3~-7771 J~ Grin, G~. Mgr. B~CH~" 3; ~ C~ada ~ERN COM~RIES L~. 737 C~ St, 4~ R. P.O. Box ~18 N~ Wss~ter, BC V3L 4Z8 C~ (~4) 52~S51 23 Twel~ ~ P.O. ~x ~0 B~d~, MB RTA 5~ ~. (204) 727-26~ Brlnch o~ Welff~r ~ds Lt~ S~ ~ds G. R. G~aves. W~RN GR~ERS ~. ~ W~ffllr Fo~s, Lt~ ~1 - 1041h ~ P.O. ~x 7~ No~ Ba~eford, SK SgA 2Z1 ~ (~) 44~11 W~N GR~ L~. 1~ R~t Ave. ~ MB RTA 0M6 C~ (204} W~ERN GR~ L~. ~ 32~ Ave. ~W. AB TIY 2G1 C~ (4~} 277~4~ W~N G~ L~. 6 ~st Ave.. S.W. P,O. ~x ~ ~ ~ RTN ~ C~ (~) W~RN G~S L~. ~ ~ ~ MB RgA 1~ C~ (2~) ~760 WE~ERN GR~ L~. 17~ Park SL P~O. ~x 1310 Re~ SK S4P ~ C~ (~) 527-5~2 P.O. ~ 1310 R~.SK ~P 3C1 W~N GR~L~ ~ea~eS~W P.O. ~x 310 S~ C~r~. SK SgH 3V9 C~ (~} 773-7231 WE~RN GROCERS LTD. 650 H;ro~ Cr~nt P.O. Box 790 ~r Bay F, O~t. ~C 4X6 Can. (e07) 622-~ P.O. Box 790 ~da~ Bay F, OnL P7C 4X6 Can. (807) 623-2242 WE~ERN GR~ERS L~. 101 West~ $1. P.O. Box 842 ~ip~, MB ~C 2R4 Can. {2~) 78~7941 WESTERN GROCERS LTD. 390 He~ Ave. ~ipsg, MB R3A 0T2 C~ (204) 94~289 Box 790 Yorkton, SK S~ 1TO Ca~ (306) 782-2245 WESTFAIR FOODS LTD. 101 We~on SL P.O. Box 608 ~eg, MB R3C 2P1 Can, (204) 78~794t M. D. Boo~, Pres. & COO Prmne BRANCHE~" 24; See C~ada • HE WH~E & ~MPANY 1~ ~ Q~sww FOREIGN HIROYA CO., L~, 2-2 Ko~mi~o Ninonb~i Chuo Ku. Tokyo 103 Japan 03 6687891 IN~RNA~ONALE SP~ CENTRALE BY Rok~n 1Or Amsterdam 1012 KM ~t~d 266749 SELF SERVICE WHO~SA~RS PW. L~. P.O. Box 284 W. Footsc~y. V~oda 3012 Aus~l~ 03 SOLOMDN BROS. L~. ~r St. P,O. ~x F 318 Fr~d. Grand B~a Bah~ (809) 352-7018 (809) 052-2034 SOLOMON BRO~ L~. P.O. Box 563 Marsh Harbout, Abaco B~amas (809) 367-2601 SOLOMON BROTHERS, LIMITED Che~ake Rd. P.O. Box N 3218 Na~ (809} 322~041 P. R. PInder, Mng. A. M. Sh~, Sh. Mgr. ~LES MANAGe: A. M. BUYERS AND PRODUCTS: P. A. Knowtes; T~, Candy A. M. ~antz: Same SERVING: Baha~s SA~SPERSONS:3 BRANCHES:2; See Bahias Croi~ (809) ~5290 How to keep the company running without everyone having to be on the run. Today, more than ever, your business requires help from specialists. United States Tobacco and Candy Journal! Your industry news and information specialists! Where else can you hire a specialist for $24 a year? USTCJ 254 W 31st Street New York, NY 10001 Please enter a one year subscription to US Tobacco and Candy Journal. ~ My check for $24 (one full year) is enclosed. Name Company Address City, State, Zip TI56324183
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STAYING ONI TOP It's never easy. And in today's challenging business climate, it's geFdng tougher every day. You need a lot more than instinct and good business sense to make a go of it. You need skills, and information. You need open lines of communication with your peers and experts in your industry. You need to know how government regulations will affect your com- pany, and where the market trends will be taking you a few years down the road. To stay on top, you have to be on top of the changes in your industry. How do you get there? The Young Executives Group of the National Candy Wholesalers Association can help. We head the largest exclusive network of industry leaders and problem solvers in the country--including experts from manufacturing, wholesaling, brokerage and even the grocery trade. We can plug you into the right advice at the right time--any time you need it. We'll help you stay on top of: • Industry Trends--through reg- ular reports on wholesaling and market activities around the nation; • Warehousing and Sales l~anage- ment Techniques--through special YEG workshops designed to help mid-level managers refine their skills; • Creative Marketing Methods-- through a continuous flow of fresh ideas designed to help you maxi- mize sales and profits; • Government Regulations-- through constant coverage by our legislative counsel; and • Conventions and Seminars-- through advance notices of all the ]~est extra-learning oppon~unities available across the country. NCWA's Young Executives Group offers you the information you need today to keep you on top tomorrow. That's why it's the fastest-growing organization of its kind in the industry. Become a part of it now. Just $20.00 a year will bring you all YEG member services and allow you to partici- pate in YEG informational and social activities. It'll also make it possible for you to become in- volved in the YEG decision-making process through members-only voting privileges, committees and surveys. Every day you wait is a day you're missing out. For yourseH, for your business, for your future ..... send in your application today. STAY ON TOP Join the Young Executives Group Today! APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP [] Yes, I wantto jo~ the G~up and Hay on top. [] Send me__ additional application forms. I know other people who want to s~ay on top. Title Company Company address City State Zip Code Home address Work phone ( ) City State Zip Code Nature of business Send mail to [] home F~ business Comm/ltee(s) I'd like to seiwe on (circle): Winter convention pl~uninq; Summer convention l~ar~ztnq; Membership; Public rela~ions; Legislat/ve. Requirements |or membership: Applicants must be involved with the candy, tobacco or allied industries (or have family member in one of these industries); be under 40 years of age; and pay $20 annual dues (checks payable to NCWA Young Ezeoutives G~oup). Return TI~ Form To: Nati~md ~ W]~le~ler~ A.~e~-iati~ 1120 Vermont Ave. NW. Suite 1120. Washington. I)C 20005 ~ ~ invoice. TI56324185
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March i, 1984 73 Gopher Candy Club MINNEAPOLIS: Wayne Weathers of the Ha~'ey Winchell Cn.. ha.,, been elected pre.,,ident of the Gopher Candy Club and will have as his t~llow officers during 1984 ,,'ice president Frank Schaffcr of Gordon-Fleming & Associ- ates: secretar2..' Tom Vuciccvic of Harvey V~qnchell Co.. and treasurer Jan Grose of Evers Heilig, Inc. Serving as directors will be chairman elects '84 officers Ivlikc M.shre of Excel Marketing: Alex Antus nf All Be.sl Brokerage. Don Welsh of Johnson-Johnson-Edvar~sen, Ed Scislov, of Erickson Brothers Co. and Barb Hokanson of Excel Market- ing. The Club ",,,'ill hold its 47th annual Friendship Dinner September 15 at the Thunderbird Motel here. Candy brokers publish membership directory ~'~kSHINGTON. DC: The National Candy Brokers Assnciation has pub- lished its current list tff members tn assist confectionery manufacturers and nnporters in developing, expanding or improving their sales representation in markets across the U.S. The directory lists confectionery bro- kerage lirms, their addresses, their bro- kers and salesmen's names and the markets the3,' service. Further information is available from Gerard P. Panaro, Executive Director, National Candy Brokers Association, 1747 Pennsylvania Avenue. Wash- ington. DC 20006. Candy Square Club slates symposium NEW YORK: The lirst annual sym- posium of the Candy Square.Club will be held Tuesday evening. March 27, at the Harbor House Restaurant in Fort Lee. NJ. Participating as panelisls will be Ross Colletti, American Chicle: Chuck Trado. Peter Paul Cadbury: Phil Joyce. M&M/Mars: Ed Berg. E.A. Be~ & Sons: Joe Cognetti, D.C. Sale.s: Mel Goldberg. Cee-Gee Candy: Ben Cas- ses:se. Wakefern Foods; Lenny Levitt, Booth Tobacco; Bob Stoll. Metro- politan Distributors, and Erwin Michelson. Glikin Bros. Irwin Breitman. publisher of the U.S. Tobacco & Candy Journal. will moderate. Bic promoting its lady shaver MILFORD, CT: "lb focus attention on the women's segment of its disposa- ble shaver business, Bic is packaging its Lady Shaver in a five-pack with a sug- gested retail of 95¢. Previously, the three-pack of the shaver retailed at a suggested 59¢. During the introductory period. Bic is offering consumers, in exchange for a five-pack proof-of-purcha.se and $7.50, a $19.50 Trim manicure set. Vendor's van is hijacked BOSTON (AMW): A Melt-Tone Vending htc. delivery ,,~n was hijacked recently alter the driver had made a delivery to a restaurant. The suspect e,,caped with an undetermined amount of m ont~v, severed cases of cigarette.,, and the van. When the driver left the re~,taurant. he ~-a.,, confronted by a man v, earing a clown mask and sh~ing a small-cal- ibre handgun. Ub"TCJ: The ~o~rce f~" camiy and What are you going to hand the customer who comes in looking for a lighter? Some brand-he's never heard of?." Or a BIC lighter. You probably know that BIC is a name your customers That BIC is the only big name lighter with an adjustable flame. And that BIC advertises nationally to your customers. But you may not know that BIG offers one of the most t~erous profit margins in Or that BIC turns over 2 to 3 times faster than the nearest competitor. Stwhy not choose BIC? Because when you sell more of a lighter, you make more of a prot~t. TI56324186
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74 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ jotmml March I, 1984 For smokeless, the picture is getting even brighter NEW YORK: It is estimated by in- duslry sources that consumer purchases last year of smokeless tobaccos totaled in the neighborhood of S900 nfillion. This may be a modest outlay when contrasted with the lens of billions con- sumers spend annually lbr smokable tobacco pmducts, but it becomes im- )ressive when compared with smoke- less purchases as recently as five years ago. In 1978, smokeless users spent approximately $600 million for their tobaccos. We're talking about 50c~ nore dollars having crossed retail tortu- rers lbr oral tobacco last year than crossed as recently as a half-decade ago. Considermion should also be given IO the fact that this growth was accom- plished in a period which included Ihe recession of the early "80s and the con- commitant high unemployment among blue collar workers, the traditional and still major users of smokeless. With economic recovery underway, prospecls of further expansion of the smokeless market are assured. If the fourth quarter of 1983 follows the trend of the first three quarters-- the latest period for which government sla- tislics are available -- loose leaf con- sumption will be a small fraction ahead of 1982; plug will be down somewhat: dry snuff will be little changed: twist will be offa few percentage points, but moist snuff will be up something on the order of about 6%. If the fourth quarter of last year for owed the trend of the first three quar- ters, consumption of loose leaf will approximate 70 million pounds and moist snuffabout half that. They are by far the leading styles of smokeless. While some may attribute the rising popularity of these tobaccos to the dele- terious propaganda surrounding smokable tobacco products, it is gener- ally acknowledged that a far greater in- fluence on the smokeless industry's ad- vance has been the marketing and advertising astuteness of oral tobacco marketers. Their approach to the marketplace has been consistent with the new lit~- styles of people who enjoy the freedom of the outdoors, who like to do their own thing and who like to express their tm~n image -- people in the young adult groupings between 18 and 35. Smokeless definitely has greater pub- lie understanding and acceptance than it enjoyed in the past -- to the point where it has lost snme of its rural and perhaps, negative image and where it is ~v looked upon mo~ ~ ~¢nc~ing which is quite pco~" in b~m Pr~ipally respor~,;ib~¢ fo¢ th~ pod- twe x.iew the consuming public ha_,, to- v, ards oral tobacco today has been the character and increased advertising the manufacturers have been giving their m~ducts. Because of the nature of its advertising buys. the pruducts of the U.S. Tobacco Co. are perhaps best known in the general marketplace, bul companies like Conwood, Helme and Pinkerton have been heavy advertisers in broadcast and print media in heavy- user markets -- basically with appeals to male, blue-collar workers who are emplo,~d in thctories, mines, refineries and other workplaces where it would not be advisable to light up. Largely due to the marketing efforts of the major smokeless manufacturers. smokeless has become more urbanized. Historically, oral tobacco had been looked upon largely as a snuthem, rural-based product. For years, the moist types were dominant in the north- ern tier. north of the Mason Dixon line: plug and dry snuff and the other types were predominant in the Confederacy GUARANTEED SALE! The demand keeps growing for Kodiak and Hawken. Because of the great taste and our special plastic can that keeps the flavor fresh without the need for product dating. And-as always-we back up every can with our 100% Guaranteed Sale. So don't missout on the profit-packed smokeless tobacco brands from Co nv~-x:l Corporation! For information~ contact your local Conwood sales representative or phone our Customer Service Department toll free at 1.800-238-2409. Tampa broker gets Tic Tac sales award The three Florida divisions o~ Bonacker & Leigh received the Golden Broker of the Year Award from Ferre~ tot outstanding T=c Tac sales in 1983. At the Tampa pmsent,ttion were (I. to r.) Ferrero's Terry Whyle, Bonacker & Leigh's states. Today, though, the Southwest and the West Coast have become rather sizeable markets for moist snuff: So has New England. And the geography for the other smokeless tobaccos has also expanded well beyond their traditional borders. Industry penple seem to agree that no small part of the credit tbr ~he expansion of the loose leaf tobacco market is at- tributable to the improved packaging adopted by the manufacturers. Con- wood introduced the foil-lined pouch to go after a share of the loose leaf market -- with an extension of Levi Garrett -- and was greeled with immediate suc- cess. Pinkerton and the other manufac- turers were quick to pick up on the package and the whole market ex- panded. The pouch enabled the man, ufacturers to deliver a fresher product, a more convenient package and greater shell-life and accessibility lbr their brands. Increased entrants in the moist snuff area -- as Conwood and the Helme invaded a precinct overwhelmingly dominated by U.S. Tobacco-- also had a positive effect on the overall market. They didn't take Skoal's piece of the pie: the pie got bigger. "As companies broadened their lines beyond their traditional strengths." says an industry official, "'it expanded the whole business. The marketing and the advertising of U.S. Tobacco ini- tially and the others subsequently, have not only built their brands but also have brought along the industry. Surely." he adds, "'U.S. Tobacco's programs over the years have had a salutory efli~ct on the acceptance of moist snuff in its total sense rather than in a prescribed way." Granola Dipps debut in February for Quaker CHICAGO: Beginning in February. Quaker Oats Co. will market Granola Dipps nationally. The four-item line of milk chocolate-covered, chewy granola bars will be suppnrtcd by $24 million in advertising. The line features chocolate chip. hon- ey and oats. peanut butter and raisin and almond flavors. TV, heavy couponing and newspaper ads will accompany the introduction. Help yourself and your Read every issue ~ff The UNITED STATES TOBACCO AND CANDY JOURNAL. TI56324187
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76 uni~d ~ tobo~o and oaad~ jownol March Carolina Manufacturing's active ban- danna display is a compact unit which holds two dozen single pre-packed fash- ion colored bandannas. |OWL Peterson's "Pipe Mate" contains a ~ ciO ar~ a space ~ a digoosai~ Kodiak and Hawken, Conwood Corp.'s moist smokeless tobaccos, feature a lock-tight plastic can to extend shelf life and reduce spoiling. Conwood is back- ing the products with space-saving mer- chandising racks, consumer advertising and continued sampling. Dandy Confectionery introduces Fa- mous English Fruit Pastilles, a soft-chew candy available in the all-natural flavors of blackcurrant, raspberry and tangy or- ange. The fuit pastilles are sold in packs of 24 rolls per box, 12 boxes to a case. An introductory throe-tier counter dis- all three flavors is available while supplies last. The prod- uct line is currently available in limited markets, with expansion scheduled later in the year. This four-tlavor prepack of Certs breatl~ mints from American Chicle holds a total ot 96 rolls. Flavors included are as- sorted fruits, wild cherry, crystal and but- termint. The manufacturer is offering a $2 off-invoice allowance, a $2 perfor- mance allowance and extended dating on the prepack. New 36-count size packages of Gold Bears. Raspberries and Roulette gum- my candies ha~e joined the f~mily of packed in a sell~ ¢o~'~er dis- ; ~,," ., .;,, Nabisco Confections, Inc.is offering free telephones to consumers, retailers and distributors in a program called "The Big Event" of 1984. The program is geared to the development of sales through out- lets serviced primarily by candy and to-. bacco wholesalers. See a Nabisco sales representative for further details. In 1984, Bic Corp. will relaunch its im- printed lighter, the Slick BIc, with a new selection of expressions and more ag- gressive printing. The lighter will be blis- ter-carded and also offered in bulk in three and six-dozen open displays for visual merchandising of the product. The Slick Bic is expected to retail be- tween 99¢ and $1.19. TI56324189
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March I, 1984 77 Mr. Melon from Ferrara Pan Candy Co, has a sweet watermelon flavor--water- melon green on the outside, watermelon pink on the inside. The suggested retail is 10¢ per .875 oz. box. Mr. Melon is packed 16 24-count displays per case. The Rodda Candy Co., a division of Just Born, Inc., announces two packs of marshmallow specialties for the 1984 Easter season. Giant Bunny, available in yellow and pink, is a single upright bun- ny, packed in an open faced tray and completely overwrapped in sparkling filre. It will be packed 36 trays per box, 6 boxes per case. Also available will be the traditional assortment of peeps and bun- nies in yellow, pink and white, plus jelly eggs in bulk and 12 oz. bags. Ferrero intm duces Mon Cheri, Europe's number one fine chocolate in selected markets. The gourmet chocolate is being sold in individually wrapped ~ieces tot everyday consumption. It is designed for sale in all classes of trade. Mort Cheri will be backed by non-sea- sonal television and print advertising with the theme, "You deserve Mon Cheri." Fluffy from Keebler is ready-to-eat Bayer aspirin's micro-thin coating makes it easy to swallow with no chalky, bitter taste and no burning in the throat. Bayer aspirin 12's are available in sleeves of two dozen units or one dozen tray display packs. Saila Mints, breath mints from Italy with a soft, chewy center, is now available in the U.S. Retailing at 40¢, Saila Mints are packed 60 ~o oz. bags to a counter dis- play, 12 displays to a case. The counter display is 12" high and requires ¼ sq. ft, of counter space. Each display is boxed individually. Seila Mints are made by Salla S.p.A, Italy. and are imported and distributed by Ad-Comm. Park Ridge, The Veryfine 16 oz. size has been add- ed to the Veryfine 10 oz, size and is available on a national basis from New England Apple Products Co., Inc. New flavors being added to the 16 oz. line include apple cranberry cocktail, grape- fruit juice, orange drink and papaya punch. Existing flavors include apple juice, orange juice, fruit punch and grape drink. Paul F, Beich Co. has added water- melon flavor to its tine o~ jumbo 5¢ tally wrapped Jot f~sh~ess and packed ~ 120-o0~mt ¢fispla~ boxes. ~ flavocs in TI56324190
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78 u~il~! fcc~,t I~m¢=o ¢mclc~n~hj~ March 1. 1984 Tubble Gum from Amurol Products Co. is a supersoft bubble gum packaged in a toothpaste-like tube. Carrying a sug- gested retail of 59¢, each tube of Tubble Gum contains the equivalent of 23 sticks of gum. Each display box contains 24 tubes. Leaf Confectionery has introduced several Rain-Blo bubble gum products in conjunction with their "Follow Your Rain-Bk) to Hawaii" sales contest. New flavors include trupical fruit Rain-BIo rabble bubble gum, sour fruit Rain-BIo and single ball tropical lruit punch Rain- BIO. Tropical fruit ircludes five llavars in a 30¢ tube - tangerine, raspberry, citrus, tropical fruit punch and strawberry. Rub- Peter Paul Cadbury's Creme Eggs are back again for the 1984 Easter season. During the first quarter of 1983 the prod- uct ranked number 12 among all single chocolate bar multi-packs and number one among all Easter confectionery products, Cadbury reports. King Edward Invincible cigars are being promoted as America's "Best Buy In A Natural Leaf Wrapper" by Jno. H. Swisher & Son. This factory packed counter merchandiser contains 20 5- ;~acks overwrapped in twos 110 sales per display), prepdced at $1.39. Thero aro 18 displays per case. The CDR distribution system is de- signed for the tobacco, candy and gro- cery wholesaler. It features billing, accounts receivable, inventory control, inventory management and more. Hershey Chocolate Co. is conducting a national rollout ~ their New Trail Choco- late Chip grartola bars backed with tete- visk~n, newspaper, magazine and cou- pon suppo~. The 100% natural bars a,,ra~lable in s~x-bar boxes and individu~ elate chC~s and co~ta~n no acld~tr, es, The House of Rizla's cigarette paper booklets come in a variety of sizes. These Joker singlewide double booklets ~rovide extra papers for the same price and offer fast turnaround, the company reports. Storck, USA is offering Werther's Origi- nal Butter Candies in a 2 for 5¢ change- maker, 120-count display box. Thero are 12 display boxes per shipping case. TI56324191
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Independent research shows that front end selling space should yield up to 1V2% of your store's profits. That's 3 to 4 times the average for space occupied you get from the rest of the store. Now that extra profit can be yours with a total program from American Chicle, including valuable research studies, free for your use, to help generate better selling upfront. Get it all from American Chicle: products, merchandising, research and an experienced sales force to help you put it together for more profit. The challenge: find out how you can make more upfront when you see the experts at American Chide. We'll help you up_front... where the profits are. AmericanChicle Your partner in progress Division of Warner Lambert, 201 Tabor Road, Morris Plains, N.J. 07950, Telephone: (201) 540-4269 TI56324192
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Here to your health! Apple Juice Grapehuit Ju~e Orange Juice Aliple Cran _ber~ Juice Cocktail Tea w/lemon Lemonade Fruit Punch Grape Drink _Apple Cherry New England Apple Products P.O. Box 425, Harwood Station L~leton, MA 01460 (617) 486-3521 Brown & Williamson Candace Ann Nikisch from sales representative in Pasadena to division manager in l.ong Beach, Ca .... Lois S. Nelson from sales representative Mobile, AI.. to division manager there... Michael R. Diven from field sales assistant in Dallas to division manager in North Little Rock, At....Geraldine Foxall from sales repre- sentative in Richardson. Tx., to special accounts reanager in Bir- mingham...Dehorn J. McPhillips from sales representative in Omaha to field sales assistant in Dallas...Susan H. Trebilcock from sales representative in Louisville to field sales assistant in Ft. Lauderdale. FI. Liggett & Myers Mitchell Bernstein from assistant district manager in New York Cily m district manager in Philadelphia. Michael J. Lesko frum division manager in Tampa to Atlanta district manager...Norman Griffin from senior sales representative in San Francisco to Seattle divisinn manager...John Roberts and Jack Miller from sales representatives in Tampa to division managers there. Philip Morris John C. Mansell from division manager in Modesto, Ca.. to area manager of distributor sales in Sacramento...Randy Hensley from area manager of chain sales in Miami to division manager in northeastern Tennessee... H.M. (Percy) Parsons from area manager of distributor sales in Nashville to division manager there... Pete Alcala from combination area manager in Lubbock, Tx., to division manager in Austin...Ronald D. Pryber from assistant division manager in Pittsburgh to division manager in Charleston, WV...D.J. Silvia from sales representative to assistant division manager in Minneapolis. Wayne Calvin Oglesby from assistant division manager in New Orleans to area manager of chain sales there...John E Zank from sales representative to area manager of chain sales in Modesto, Ca .... Michael tl. Villereal from sales representative in Detroit to assistant division manager in Lexington, Ky.... Perry Pugh from sales representative in Columbia, Tn., to area manager of distributor sales in Nashville...William E Gardner Jr. from sales representative in Grand Rapids. Mi., to assistant division manager there. Smooth selling (f.'onthnwd.ftwnz pttge 20) 5. Do you know your prodact so well you can demonstrate it without a hitch? Yes 6. Do you handle your samples with loving Yes~ No~ 7. Am your outside showings enhanc- ing ~our product? Yc~ 8. Do you encourage lhe purchaser to handle Ihe sample? Yc~ 9. Are your samples displa~d to ~st advantage'.) 10. Do you believe it's woah losing an t~c~sional sample to gain a cus- tomer? Yes~ No~ REP~S ~R YOUR ~ESMAN -- ~s ~s a ~ ~. E~ ~ m ~ e~ ~. ~a 4-~ ~- ~, ~ze ~ x 11.~i~2~ B~ ~ 3-~. E~ Pdces are as follows: 1 tO 9 copies .................. 80 e, ca. 10 to 49 copies ................. 70 ¢, ea. 50 to 99 copies ................ 60 e. ca. 100 or more copies .............. 50 e. ca, The entire series may be pre-ordered or indi- vidual lessons may be ordered by number ... address orders Io the George N. Kahn Co. of Conn. Inc. Marketing Consultants. Sales Training Division. Department TP, 38 Echo Lake Road, Watedown, Conn. 06795 (203) 274-8400. Lesson "rRIos are: 1. The Salesman is a V.I.P. 2. Are You A Salesman? 3. Get Acquainted With Your Company 4. You're On Stage 5. You Can't Fire Without Ammunition 6. You Are A Goodwdl Salesman. Too 7. Closing The Sale 8. How To Set Up An Interview 9. Resting Between Rounds t0. 11~e Competition 11. Taking A Risk 12. Playing The Short Game 13. Selling An Idea 14. Buying Committees Are Here To Stay 15. The Automated Salesman 16. Samples Can't Talk 17. The Unexpected Letter 18. F~ospecl ot Fetish 19. How To Dtslodge A F~:~sl:~ct From An 20. Mak=-~g Salesmen ol Customers i22 Roo~ At The Top 24. Flu/in,tcj k'io Th~ ~ Bczyer TI56324193
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DJEEP OUT-FLICKS BIC IN MORE WAYS THAN ONE. 4. Space is money. Djeep is a natural for your check-out locations. Available in either its own space saving display •.. or in carded blister packs... Djeep sells at a high margin using little space. Watch them move--you'll love the profits. 5. Money back guarantee. Every Djeep is guaranteed to you, and to your customers. It's a money back--no questions asked guarantee! They're also backed by an industry leader-- General Cigar Company. When you're ready to increase your disposable lighter profits-- contact your General Cigar Company Sales Representative. Call our National Sales Manager, Frank Fina, ,Jr., at (800) 223-1698. Or call collect (212) 687-7575. holds more gas than Bic~ one~ o Djeep's unique triple-tank construction, according to actual tests, holds more butane gas than any other leading disposable lighter. 2. Djeep is more profitable than Bic. Compare for yourself! Cent for cent, lighter to lighter, you make considerably more profits selling Djeep at $1.49 than selling Bic at 99¢. 3. Djeep moves fast, Attractive colors... Classic shape--Djeep is designed for impulse sales. Nice to know---considering that each Djeep sale rings up a higher profit than Bic! General Cigar Company a company of Cult:~'o CorporaJ~on ~ T!56324194
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82 ~ttttlea ktl~tm~ ~KI~~ March 1, 1984 FETERSON'S "PIPE MATE" is ~:~• re.usable and able to accept multiple types of disposable lighters. The "Bic" L=ghler has a perfect tit, hut nther lighters can be used with pipe cleaners around them. 0uce you.use a Pnterson's "'Pipe Mate" you will wonder how you managea without it. Lighter not included. Write for more information: PETEgSOW$ "PIrE MATE," 444 Estudillo Avenue, San Leandm. CA 94577 Phone: (415) 357-3052 - Pipe Tamper in one and clips in re pocket BIG BO IS BIGGER THAN EVER. AblERICAN CANDY WANTS TO BE YOUR PEPPERMINT STICK SUPPLIER Contact your American representative, or ~ American C~ndy Manufacturing Co. .q]IP Box 879; Sebna, Alabama 36702-0879 (2o6) 875-1450 Selling tough tComhmed from page 14) merited with ma=~azine and news-paper clippings that provide additional back- ground information and, occasionally, inspire still other ideas. Identi~'ing and servicing customer problems is a top priority job activity for this type of salesmaker. The bottom line payoff for this sales chore: Every idea is a potential door opener for another sales resentation! Solutions ate customer ~atisfactions in disguise. They generate sales. • How well do yon know the impor- ttmt selling pob~t.~ of your products or services? A friend who first posed this question suggested a simple "'trial by fire'" test. "'Strike and light up an ordi- nary book of matches." he urged, "'and while the matches burn away see how many customer benefits and product features you can think about and cite -- while all the time speaking normally to • an imaginary customer. If you dmt't singe your lingers you haven't passed this test! Your sales talk is too short and is lacking in persuasiveness[" Prnduct knowledge and knowledge of customer benefits are equally impor- tant. Every sales presentation, sales talk, should have an over-supply of both. Every product feature, every cus- tomer benefit is a sales motivator. M What special plans do yon have to multiply the ,~pread. reach and distribn- tion qf your sales messages? The bene- fits of mechanization and computeriza- tion aren't reserved for the exclusive use of the business manager. Electronic reproduction and speedy distribution of better-than-average sales messages is well within the reach of every salesper- son. For example: How often do you write a reprintable sales letter? How often do you use pro-prints of company advertisements to help sell your wares? How often do .,,on use photo copiers to reproduce good sales literature? How often do you use handouts, leave-be- hind~ or samples? Mechanize, auto- mare, multiply your selling effnrts and become an everywhere salesperson! ~ How much of an effort do )xm make to continuoa~ly inwrove your body-to-body salesmanship? How often do you update and improve your sales techniques? Even the most gifted sales- maker can learn and benefit from a close, regular study of the newer and more productive techniques used by the leading sales producers. And, it's good to remember; the ability to do this learn- ing is a lifetime capability. Studies show that your capacity to learn practically never declines at any appreciable rate. As you age. you simply learn more slowly. But, you learn everything of val- ue. So. quite literally, you are never too old to learn. Be inspired by B. C. Forbes" colorful comment: "'It has been said that the differettce between a thoroughbred horse and a scrub is that a scrub goes until it can't go another mile, whereas the thoroughbred goes until it can't go another mile ~ and then goes that extra mile. The rich rewards of tomorrow come not to those who wilt. not to those who show the white feather, but to those who have faith and vision and con- fidence enough to buck the tide, to grit their teeth, and fi~rge unswervingly ahead. Winners prove to be those with the fortitude to say, "Damn the tor- pedoes, full steam ahead!"' The months ahead will be a lrying. competitively tough sales period. Keep trying. Robert Browning seconds that suggestion with an always-timely ob- servatinn: "Oar tt,~ffil'afiOllS are oar possibilities." Think, think hard, of the sales possiblities in the mak- ing...directly ahead of you. Salemnaker Syndicate Services. 22 Bit- tersweet "lYail. Wilum. CT 06897-3934 Generic chew scores GREENWICH, CT: Since it was in- troduced in February 1983. sales of the U.S. Tobacco Co.'s generic chewing obacco have almost doubled each month, according to Aubrey Evelyn. Evelyn. manager of private blends fi~r U.S., says that the loose leaf chew ing tobacco, which is on sale throughout the Midwest and South, should reach 140,000 pounds this year. "'It's big business.'" he s~'s. "'And because of the quality of our sweet or semi-sweet chew, we were approached by a major mpermm'k.et chain to dace a prb, ate label chewing toby-co tbr them. This pri,eale label chewing to- bacco is, rrmrke~ed in Ohio, • ,-main mind the South. Odser in Midwest, South Generic chew sell our loose leaf tobacco under the name "Quailb" Chew.' which is fran- chised in certain areas of New Hampshire. Maine, Ohio and parts of Indiana and West Virginia.- The generic chew retails at ~x- imately .'~F'~, less tha~ bcar~d chew; a three-ounce package sells at 69¢ rather tlum 89¢. TI56324195
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Mars Broker Division NumberOne in Non-Chocolate Brands STARBURST~ Fruit Chews • #1 selling fruit chew • Ranks in top 20 singles for all candy bar items (SAMI & Nielsen) • Leading advertiser in the category • Now: two new packs. All Strawberry pack. And Sunshine pack... grape, red raspberry, pineapple and wild cherry SKITTLES® Bite Size Candies • Fastest growing bite size candy • Growth rate more than 7 times confection category growth rate • A favorite of kids and teens MUNCH® Peanut Bar • New and improved taste • Now bigger for better value • Improved packaging for extra protection MARS BROKER DIVISION A winning combination of strong national consumer marketing TI56324196
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Why Generics Are Out FrontTo Stay. PACK S~ ~ ULTRA LIGHTS ' --" AND SAW The reasons are simple: • Consumers are shopping for price and quality. • Retailers are looking for higher gross pro(its. The Counter-Top Merchandiser: • Features customer savings over national brands. • Displays your lower price, 9eneratin9 impulse pack and carton sales. • Requires less than one cubic foot of counter space. • Measures less than one foot high. The Gary Tobacco Company. The nation'~ leading manufacturer oF generic/private label cigaretles~ I'm interested in putting Counter-Top Genetics in my stores. Send to: GaP/Tobacco Company, W. Main & Fuller Streets, Durham, NC 27702, 1-800-334-1687 Name Title Company Street , City T156324197
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March 1, 1984 85 A potpourri of suggestions from a veteran cigar smoker B) Allen M. Widem If a lifelong cigar buff were heard. the ongoing concern about dwindling sales of cigars might be favorably ro- solved. Nu dut, bt there exists in just about e,,~ry strata of the community cigar fan- tiers like myself who would speak up for the cigar industry if called upon. I allude to lhe willinguess of pace-setters and t~pinion-makers to lend their names to outright endorsement of locally- made and locally-offered products. Whether the industry is williug to admit it or nt~t, the smoking of cigars by busine.~s leader~ alter a meal or social fnnctinn has not been fully used pn'mm- tionally. Spnrts personalities and the like endorse everything from .,,oft drinks to cereal, but how many local tobacco outlets see tit to incorporate a bnsiness- man's comments or photo in Iheir ongo- ing advertising? Smokiug contests sponsored by to- baccn retailers may well be the province of pipes, but there's an opportunity Ihere also lbr cigars. Tobacconists can develop cigar-smoking competitions ,,'ery easily. The next adult generatiou -- those ~'oung men staaing out iu colleges or nniversities -- may be more oriented towards cigarettes and pipes, but they are willing competitors in cigar-smok- ing contests. And their exercise can command Page One nr prime-time tv coverage. What's wrong with inviting a frater- nity to a tobacco .',hop lbr a cigar-smok- ing competition? Automobile dealerships give gift cer- tificates and tree refreshments to people whn take test drives. ~Vhy shouldn't a tobacconist make an arrangement where the dealerships offer gift cigars? Wherever I've traveled, I've always sought out a cigar counter and I've al- ways wondered why hotel stands or large tobacconists never used a guest register to make out-of-towners feel special If they had. they could get themselves and their products greal ex- Say an Australian goes into a smokeshop and the proprietor recog- nizes the accent from Down Under. Alier engaging him in a bit of con- versation, he could break a human-in- terest story" to the local newspaper -- ah~mt the cigar prel~:rences of the gen- tk:man from l:kw, n Under. I'm aw-,~,,~ as much a~ any cigar buff ol'tt~ lilm~kcr~" l~'Oclivib' to cre~e a~ unsavory char'acler by simply putting a cigar in his ~nouth. This overworked ~ractice shnuldn't go unchallenged. Tobacco shop owners should object to this type of casting: they should make their opinions known to the filmakers and to the local media. A grassroots approach, to be sure. but a positive ap- pruach at the ~,ame time. Finally. pertnit me to say that when- ever and wherever I see a fellow cigar smoker. I nod in recognition to him and in,,~riably he nod_,, in return. We cigar smokers are a fraternity -- a fraternity the cigar industry" should attempt to for- realize. I, Ibr one. would welcome an advertising campaign suggesting. "'Say Hello to "¢bur Fellow Cigar Snmker. ~bu're in Special Company." General Cigar Company was privileged to have "O.B." Mclntosh join our Distributor family ahnost seven decades ago. It is an honor for us to have our relationship continuing today. It is with affection that all of us at General Cigar Company wish you a very Happy Birthday on the occasion of your lOOth birthday. May the Lord continue to bless and care for you. ~'~: General Cigar Company ~:~~ I~ T156324198
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86 u~,dd=lca ~¢md ~ joum~ March 1, 1984 Fisher markets salted cashews and almonds ST. PAUL. MN: The Fisher Nut Co. is introducing salted cashews and nuts in 12 oz. vacuum tins. The mix contains 50% cashews. 35% unblanched al- monds and 15% blanched almonds and has been popular in the company's re- duced-sodium line. Century 100s on sale in 70% of country WINSTON-SALEM, NC: R.J. Rey- nolds Tt~bacco Co. introduced Century 100s early last month in 32 states and added Missouri at the end of the month. Ohio gets the brand in April. Century 85s and Century 100s are available in 70% of the country, with distribution limited to states which tax cigarettes on a per-cigarette basis. "'The initial success of Century 85s, coupled with the general popularity of 100mm cigarettes, indicates consumers will respond fa,,~0rably to the line exten- sion," says Harry Lees, vice president of new brands at Reynolds. "'Sixty-six percent of all people who buy Century 33rd ANNUAL IATCD CONVENTION "STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE" MARCH 9 - 11, 1984 DOWNTOWN CHICAGO MARRIOTT HOTEL MICHIGAN AND OHIO CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Contact: Harry L. Kelley, Executive Director Illinois Association of Tobacco and Candy Distributors 828 South Second Street, Suite 430 Springfield, Illinois 62704 Phone: 217/544-7161 repurchase the brand." he added. Suggested retail price for a carton of Century 100s. containing 225 ciga- rettes, will be the same as for traditional Reynolds 100mm cigarettes in cartons or 200, By the pack. Century may be slightly higher than other 100mm brands, but the unit cost will be less. Century. 100s are available with "tar" levels of 16mg for Filters and 12rag for Lights. Sales manager wanted Rapidly growing confectionery com- pany seeking experienced western region sales manager. Candidate must have prior broker management and key account experience. Travel is required, competitive starting sal- ary, company car, bonus and paid benefits. Write Box 733, USTCJ, 254 W. 31 St., New York, NY 10001. Cigar Salesmen Leading cigar manufacturer seeks experienced sales represeiqtatives for Greater Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia metropolitan areas and state of New Jersey. Write in confidence to Box 735, U.S. To- bacco & Candy Journal, 254 West 31st Street, New York, NY 10001. For Sale For sale by owner. 516 feet conveyor gravity feed and motor. Five motors and all rollers are metal, not plastic. Contact James A. Biggs, Marx & Scharff Co., Inc., P.O. Drawer H, Natchez, Ms. 39120. Call (601 445-5547 or (601) 445-5009. Export Manager Major manufacturer of quality do- mestic cigars seeks manager of ex- port department. All replies con- fidential. Write Box 734, U.S. Tobacco & Candy Jourfial, 254 West 31st Street, New York, NY 10001. The ~ for candy and TI56324199
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CDR anti IBM can make your company opcrate more prol]tal)ly and elt]ciently because yuu'll have (ht" 1)esl s~)[~ware and ct)mputcr on the market. CDR is the ,)nly s,)l]ware package designed SlWdli,'ally Ibr IBM Systems 34 and 36 by wholesalers lbr wholesalers. Wkh the IBM Systems 3~ and 36, you can handle an unlimited number of activities fi'um multiple terminals al one time. And CDK is a lircnscd V.A.R. (Value Added Remarketer) fi)r IBM which allows y,)u to pm~hase the lurnkey system, both software and bardware, fi'om onu source. ~.lt~ the musl versatile syslem on lht: market because of a joint eflbrt by Bill Evans of Evans Tobarco C~m~pany, Inc., a company wkh over ~0 years experience ~n the wholesale d~str~budon ~ndustry, and Evan V. Hank]ns, B.A. Computer Sdence and tbrmer IBM Systems Engineer, who ~s now the President of Creative Data Research. ~"1"he CDR System ~s a complete syslem designed fiw the tobacco, candy and grocery dlstr~bulor whk'h tkatures b~ll~ng, accounts receivable, haventory conlrtfl, k~w'ntory management, complete business analysis, interac6ve purchasing, arcounls payable and lax report programs. ~S~nce CDR is in the same bush~ess as you are, they continuously update the system as changes uccur h~ the wholesale h~dustry. ~.The ~DR System incorporates a comprehensive system of checks and balances so lhat you ma~ntah~ complete cuntrol -- and a down-lo-d~e-last-deutil overview -- of your ~peradon. If a customer ~s out of balance or a cigarette credit ofl~ yt~ur compuler w~ll tell you the logical places tu look to solve the p~x~hlem. Now |hal you know the hard lhcts about CDR software, your choice, should be easy. Because when k comes to computer software, CDR is the solution. IIIIIm, fllV Creative Data Research TI56324200
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From Indonesia, the sweet smell Of success. The unique flavor and taste of our ori#nal Indonesian Clove Cigarettes have made them a tremendous success all across the country. These distinctive handmade cigarettes are the most imitated cloves in America. Buy from experience and enjoy the sweet smell of success that only an original can give you. Available in plain, filter and .tinned packings. Write or phone for our latest price list: Cq.' Ca.EORGOPUrO Co.,INc. MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS OF LUXURY CIGARETTES SINCE 1905 48 S'I'ONE STREET, NEW YO/LK, NY 10004- Td: 212/425-7048 • Toll-free: 800f221-16M Reynolds (Continued from page 1) sion for the emotionalism currently sur- rounding smoking. "'We believe, for example, that smokers and nonsmokers can work out their relationships with each other through mutual cooperation and con- sideration without legislative inter- t~rence.'" he said. Horrigan said the cmnpany believes the public not only has a right to hear, but also ~ants to hear, its side of these issues. "The question of smoking by youth is an excellent example of the need to communicate our position." he said. "'Some anti-smoking activists have at- tempted to make the public believe R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. encourages smoking by young people. The truth is that our long-standing position has been that smuking is an adult custom, and we do not believe young people should smoke. "'There is also need for further under- standing of the company's views on other smoking issues,'" Horrigan said. "'We recognize there are statistical stud- ies that have led some to claim that smoking causes some diseases. There are other studies that raise questions about these claims. The unfortunate fact is that scientists do not know the causes of the diseases statistically linked to smoking. "The tobacco industry, government health agencies and private health agen- cies have funded smoking and health research for 30 years. After all of this study, there are many scientists who believe there is no laboratory or clinical proof that cigarette smoke does -- or does not- cause disease," he said. "There are, however, numerous questions that need to be answered. We believe this can best be done through continued objective scientific research into the causes of the diseases statis- tically linked to smoking." During the last three decades, the tobacco industry has spent more than SII0 million in support of independent scientific research at many leading medical institutions, searching for an- swers to smoking and health questions. it continues to spend more for such research each year than all of the private health agencies combined. "'We believe that reasonable people who examine all the evidence con- cerning smoking and disease would agree this is an open scientific contro- versy, not a closed case," Horrigan said. "We recognize that it is going to be tough to overcome )'ears of one-sided communications," but we have con- fidence in the ability of people to reason after they have been presented with all points of view.'" Foley (Continued.from page 1) lion network as a viable three in Amer- ican business. Don Noorda, president of Gem State Distributors. Pocatello. ld.. is president of the foundation's board of Irustees. Ross Colletti of American Chicle is chairman of the suppliers" advisory board. In a letter to his fellow wholesalers. Noorda says. "'Our positive response will pave the "~ay arm set the example of "~ving for the right and just eaw~' when ~ coot~ct -all dater indastry meats to join us in this eftha.'" betbre the incorporation was publicized are "a true demonstration of this indus- try's feelings towards the memory of the man and the purpose of the Founda- lion." Colletti said in a letter to industry suppliers. "It should be our respon- sibility to positively suppor~ this effort, not only to perpetuate Ray's memory. but even more so to the goal of educat- ing deserving wholesaler personnel." Restricts smoking SOMERVILLE. MA (AMW): Sometwille ha~ become the sixth city ia Mas~achu~tts to restrict ~,,mokiag in TI56324201
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Service Stations and Counter Top Merchandising... A Profitable Combination! Kevin Zalak OWl)el" Joe's Mobil Station Centereach, New York "I started selling candy with the counter top merchandiser. My sales have expanded so much that I now have a complete candy section as well as the counter top display. Impulse sales and profits are still growing and l'm very pleased with the results." Lew Helfstein President Golden Tobacco, Inc. Hauppauge, New York "The counter top merchandiser is a way I can increase my candy sales and help retailers do the same. I am convinced it is mutually beneficial to all concerned and I support the concept 100%. My sales force will continue to provide the counter top merchandiser as a service to all my customers:' I For more i~formation on how to obtain a counter top display, I mail this coupon to M&M/MARS, Sales Division, High Street, Hackettstown, NJ 07840 I | F 'l Please have an M&M/MARS associate | contact me as soon as possible I T~e I NO/ Oi LO~o~,__ I I I __ S~te Z~p I |., . ..~ | ~llllllilll Illllll Illlllllllllllll~ Name Company o~y. TI56324202
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