Not a cutout, no promo hole, etc. Absolutely dead mint then, as it still is now. I may have played it once to hear the Swallows, but who needs them when you can hear the Beatles do the songs? I just picked it up for it's oddity appeal. Of course, at that time I wasn't thinking it would be worth anything down the road, I just bought it to add to my collection. Probably a good investment though for a dollar. Glenn Christense , Nov 22, PhoffiFozz likes this. Location: Florence, SC. Beattles , Nov 22, Kit O'Toole.
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This great activity swept business this summer to a point where it has been better than in any previous sea- son, according to the Commerce De- partment, which finds that consumer spending has kept pace with rising per capita income after taxes.
Largest declines were in the Dakotas. Most sizable in- creases were in Kansas 20 per cent ; Nevada 15 per cent ; Arizona 12 per cent ; So. Carolina 10 per cent ; and California 9 per cent.
Florida, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Colorado and Idaho showed gains of 8 per cent each. Most of the advances were attributed to increases in industrial incomes, while farm income in 33 states were lower.
In May of this year, Canada hit a new, all-time high import figure. American coin machine firms have found the Canadian market a wonder- ful outlet for both new and used equipment, and Canadian wholesalers and operators find they pay their government nice sums in income taxes derived from these machines. Even though 10c play has helped to step up collections somewhat, in various areas of the country, what it mainly did was to cut down over- head expense for the average juke box operator.
But much more than the change over from 5c to 10c play is needed to assure the operators speedier amortization of their equipment. The one and only fashion in which this can be accomplished has been many, many times re- ported by The Cash Box in the past. There are three popular methods in use by those juke box ops who have always maintained the policy of obtaining a minimum front money guarantee. These are: No. Because of inquiries The Cash Box learned that many, many operators, especially the newer crop of juke box ops, know little or nothing of minimum front money guarantees.
It should be remembered, by the operator who uses this chart, that this minimum front money guarantee each week, applies whether he features 5c or 10c play. This is a necessity to assure him complete and speedier amortization on the cost of the equip- ment he features in the location. Regardless, then, of what a tabloid weekly, also somewhat engaging itself with the juke box industry, reports regarding higher national av- erage, and also regardless of what ASCAP and the other proponents of the McCarran Bill S.
Right from the start, this sensatibnal Wurlitzer rode into the lead for popularity in locations desiring a compact, selec- tion high income phonograph. And ever since that start it has continued to lengthen that leadership. Miller, president of Music Operators Of America, Oak- land, California, to the effect that the Board of Directors meeting which originally was to be held here the latter part of August, has been post- poned until Monday, September 14, At present, plans are to hold the meeting in the Palmer House here, on that day.
Many important discussions will be under way at this all important Board of Directors meeting. Also up for discussion will come expenses of the organization which seem to be running higher than ex- pected. Another big feature of this meeting- will be talk by noted music publishers who plan to create a third copyright collection agency. It will guarantee the juke box busi- ness that never, as long as it exists, will it ever charge juke box operators royalties for the use of its copyrighted music.
At the same time, speaker for the publishers who intend to form this third copyright agency, will advise of their plans and also the backlog of tunes they already have, their finan- cial position, the tunes that they are obtaining, and the composers who have already agreed to work with them.
Another discussion will be held re- garding the forthcoming MOA fifth annual convention March, , at the Palmer House. There will be some changes made, it is believed, in the very near future, as regards public relations. A com- plete discussion will cover this sub- ject. Several out-of-town amusement ma- chine and kiddie ride manufacturers will have equipment on display in their hotel suites.
At the past several NAMA shows, many of the operators were disap- pointed with the equipment they viewed on display, pointing out that the manufacturers in most instances showed them very little in the way of new models. Coinmen, this year, have been promised that they will be able to see new models in cigarette, hot and cold drink vendors. Of the firms listed as exhibi- tors, 32 are vending machine, the balance being composed of merchan- dise, supplies, accessories, coin me- chanisms, change makers, etc.
Convention gets off Sunday, August 23 and runs thru Wednesday, August Mornings will be given over to discussions, talks and panels. Banquet takes place on Wed- nesday night in the Grand Ballroom of the hotel. Once again, registration fees de- manded are being criticized. A ratification vote of some employees at a mass meeting held at the North Tonawanda High School stadium approved a settlement which had already been agreed upon by officers of Local IUE-CIO and Wurlitzer management.
George A. Miller, president and business manager of the California Music Guild, attributes much of this to the fact that each meeting is in- teresting and sparked with new ideas brought up by the membership itself. There is always something new and interesting being presented for the consideration of the members. The California Music Guild here has made these meetings so outstand- ing and interesting for its members that almost every meeting sees a full house.
Workers began returning to work on Monday morning, August According to Robert H. This will be done as rapidly as possible in an effort to begin ship- ments of phonographs to our distribu- tors at the earliest date. We have informed our distributors by wire of the resumption of the work at the plant and know they will be as pleased as we are that an equitable agreement has been reached.
Write for an immediate free demon- stration today. You Need Front Money. Lester York of Mitchell, S. Sandler, who also has of- fices in I es Moines, Iowa, had his ter- ritory for Wurlitzer extended.
In I II be ridine Ballv k- bng there! Simplest Mechanism 4. Sturdiest Construction Bally Kiddy-Rides operation is a permanent year-after-year business for operators.
Every day of the year, dozens of youngsters in every shopping-area graduate from babyhood to kiddy-ride age. And Bally Kiddy-Rides are built extra-strong to insure years of trouble-free, money-making operation. Babies born tomorrow will ride Bally Kiddy-Rides you buy today. Start a steady-income route of Bally Kiddy-Rides now. Finance-Plan available through leading Bally Distributors. Uses powder or liquid. Will dispense 1 or 2 spoons sugar — cream per play.
Now being placed in stores every- where. Your child will love the real- istic, safe, double-gaited ride. Full minute ride, 10c. This new TV unit can be used in conjunction with their present in- dividual speaker systems that are now in operation.
The sound can only be heard a few feet from the individual unit so each person hears only his own selection withput interference from other units. The television pic- ture will be visible at all times but the sound will be fed through the individual boxes only.
It was stated that by adding tele- vision, Solotone will have one of the most versatile units in the entire juke box field. Each customer will have his choice of television, music, news or sports. New distributors will be announced soon. At International Amusement and Scott- Crosse foreign buyers receive the world's most complete coin machine service. We understand how to solve your problems from personal experi- ence.
This is why we have satisfied customers everywhere. Parts and Service Manual available. Coin machine operators are busy talking about their vacations or planning them and there is optimism over the coming fall season. Everyone agrees that business will be good. Tommy Chatten of Commercial Music Company has returned from his vacation. Mike Koenig is vaca- tioning in cool, cool Colorado. Williams is on vacation and brother Raymond is at Possum Kingdom. The folks at Commercial tell us that they have a new United Life-size Pins shuffle alley that is causing quite a stir.
Ralph Claybrook of Fort Worth says that his business is definitely picking up. Lily of Cleburne is increasing his route. Ditto for Jack Sprott of Temple. Over at S. Lynch Co. Speedy Walker of Waco was in Dallas this week. We also saw Jake Moorehead. Bob DePriest is taking his vacation in Tennessee. There is sad news from the folks at Walbox Sales Company. The toss, Holland Farrow, is in St. Paul Hospital. After almost a month there his condition is still reported serious.
Tom Williams of Longview was in town this week. He said that his wife, Mrs. Williams, -who has a coin machine route in Mineola, is ill. Phil Weinberg, the Bally representative, is on a business trip to Houston. Still raining daily. Anyone leaving- home in this locale has to be prepared with raincoat, umbrella and boots.
Bush from Arabi, La. Betty Albano, Jay Amusement Co. Lyndell Stanton of Kansas City, dropped in for a three-week visit. Joe Speer, Barcelona Amusement, taking in every ball game possible. Andrew North, manager of Canos Amusement Co.
Dixie Coin reports wonder- ful attendance by the operators in Shreveport, La. John Pentecost, Dixie salesmanager, conducted the showing. A like event was held in the Monroe, La. Lillian Thompson, Johnnys Amusement, all excited over her impending vacation that will take her to Arizona, New Mexico and Cali- fornia.
Babin and Donnaud of Leibrig proud of their pretty green Ford sedan delivery truck. Had the last job for thirteen years. Bob Tanner, F. John Bosch, New Orleans Novelty, busy working on his boat and taking care of his many enterprises. Amann, W.
Amann Dist. Blackie Bosage, Pascagoula, Miss. However, the three young helpers, his sons, were more interested in seeing a 3-D movie than helping.
Our sincerest sympathy to Mr. Jim Stretch, Alexandria, La. New Orleans going to be minus two of her favorite citizens. Thelma and Joe Delaney winding up their affairs after three years in N. These firms operate about 95 per cent of all the cigarette machines in Dade and Broward Coun- ties, or about vendors. Blatt has taken on Bob Weller as a special representative for the cigar- ette machine operators.
State Phonograph Operators Association. Pico Blvd. Los Angel es, Calif. Many are of the opinion that some of the spotty sales which are reported here and there thruout the nation by distributors are due to the vaca- tions, droughts, and generally torrid we ather.
He bases his statement on what his distributors have reported to him and also the fact that this past week bus- iness began to assume more important proportions as the vacations began to end. In some cases manufacturers here believe that the sales spottiness which has been showing up during July and August can be attributed to the ex- tremely unseasonable weather which the country has been enduring.
These have not only held up, but, in some cases, have reached new summer peaks. They feel that the country as a whole will see a decided business lift which may result in the best boom this industry has ever enjoyed.
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