C. W. Matheson

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C. W. Matheson - SUNDAY, ! To the aio this an mail distance th...
SUNDAY, ! To the aio this an mail distance th and bors City. and air two New Distribution Plan in View By Graham-Paige Operation Directly Under Factory Supervision to Replace Old System C. W. Matheson, general sales manager of Graham-Paige Motors Corporation, has announced that, owing to the new method of distribution adopted for the metropolitan district, on Oct. 1 the supervi sion of motorcar distribution formerly handled by Graham-Paige New York City Corporation will be taken over by a New York district office operating directly under the factory. . Those dealers who formerly operated under the New York corporation will now become direct distributors operating under the di rection of the district manager. Starting today Ma, Harry L. Stratton, formerly president of the Colt-Stratton Company and its successor,, Stratton Bliss . Company, New York, will become district manager for New York." representing Graham-Paige Motors Corporation of Detroit in Eastern New York, including Syracuse, as well as northern New Jersey and western Connecticut. R. G, Craig, field representative for New York with head quarters at Newark, , will continue supervision of dealers in that ter ntory. On Oct. 1 Henry Harris, present wholesale sales manager for the Graham-Paige New York City Corporation, will take over the duties of general sales manager of the C. H. Jennings Corporation. T. H. Brldgman will continue as secretary and treasurer of the C, H. Jennings Corporation.' The C. H. Jennings Corporation will continue to handle retail sales in Manhattan and wholesale distribution In the Bronx, Westchester and other points in the vicinity not operating directly under the fac-factory's agreement. C. H. Jennings retains the position of vice president and director of the C. H. Jennings Corporation. He has long owned property In North Carolina and on Oct. 1 will move to that State for permanent residence. He . is considering the handling of the Graham product in his new location. On Mr. Jennings' departure, Ray A. Graham will take over his responsibilities In the C. H. Jennings Corporation. The retail sales and distribution of Graham products for the metro politan district will continue at 1877 Broadway, Manhattan, and 2380 Grand Concourse, with service facilities at 311 W. 66th St., in Manhattan, and at 372 Walton Ave., the Bronx. ' age was the five at 800 oil he 24 He by quality it of at 12

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  1. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle,
  2. 20 Sep 1931, Sun,
  3. Page 62

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