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OL. 6 NO. 32 


MAY L 1945 


SERIAL NUMBER 188 


Coin Machines Merry-Go-Round^’ 


by Bill Gersh 

TAKE IT EASY! 


Lest week’s article brought great response from the trade. Most coinmen are of 
the belief that they should start their post-war plans into instant operation. 


It seems, tho, that there is one big obstacle in the way of these coinmen getting 
started immediately. And that is just how to get their post-war plans into operation 
when they don't as yet know where they stand. By this, many of this trade’s whole- 
salers mean, that tho they have been in contact with certain manufactories, they have 
as yet received no answer as to whether or not they will continue to handle the prod'* 
ucts of these factories. 

Operators are just as puzzled about where to begin. They claim that at present 
their routes require little change or further supervision, with the possible exception 
that they could use more manpower. And this, they realize, won’t become fact until 
there is a general release of manpower thruout the nation so that they can hire the 
number of people they will require. 


Ihe \rtiolesalers believe that they have the greatest problem. Many are ready to 
spend large amounts of money to modernize their present quarters. Others are even 
willing to construct entirely new and complete buildings. Some would like to know 
whether it would pay them to put on more men, A few are of the belief that it might 
be best to wait until they actually see the first new machines on the market and then 
decide their future course. 

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j All this is proof sufficient in itself that the trade is eager, and even anxious, 

, to get into instant post-war action. The average coinman wants to know a little some- 
thing about what he can expect in the post-war period* The announcements made by tho 
I nation's leaders have him all confused. He would like to hear from the factories in 
this industry as to just when they believe post-war production will become fact. 

This is an extremely difficult question to answer. The factories would like to 
t please the average coinman and tell him all about what he can expect. But they, too, 
do not as yet have the information they need to make any announcements regarding their 
! own plans. 

In short, everything at present tends toward one of the most confusing eras this 
business has ever been faced with. Some even believe that this will bring about much 
misunderstanding . 


The only present answer to this jumbled-up start 1;o post-war, since the announce- 
ments by James F, Byrnes, former War Mobilization and Reconversion Director, is for 
this trade, and probably for all business men, to await developments. And wait with 
I greater calm than ever before exercised. 

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Uve trade must realize that the manufacturers are just as eager to get back into 
: the swing of former products production. The best method tc follow at this time Is 

for the members of this industry to continue with what they are now doing and wait for 
official announcements from the manufacturers. 

! These announcements will come in due time. The manufacturers are faced with a 

great many problems. Being engaged in war work at this time they must proceed along 
the basis that this war work is their only business. When, and if, the government 
outs back their war work, they will then be advised as .to their position for reconver- 
sion* 

This, too, brings up many problems. Most factories have government owned machin- 
ery on their premises and these must bo cleared away so that their own machines can 
have the room to turn out whatever they will need. At the same time, and most import- 
ant, they must have definite knowledge of when and where they can obtain the materials 













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MAY 1, 1945 


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to manufacture with, and in what quantities. 

In addition to all this they must at all times comply with present government 
agencies rulings regarding manpower, materials, etc., etc. 

No manufacturer v^uld like to find himself idle and forced to maintain a large 
staff of employees. The average manufacturer also realizes that the moment he releas- 
es his employees, even if for a short period layoff, he will have his hands full try- 
ing to get them back again. 

AH these are but a few of the many problems facing the manufacturer as regards 
his tvn-ning to reconversion and getting set for former products production. 

The manufacturer wuld first like to satisfy the great backlog demand for all 
F of equipment in this field by building the last models he made when the war 
Stopped him. This would prove of great benefit to the industry. 

Once having trained his employees from war work to the work necessary to make 
coin machines, he could gradually proceed, as materials and manpower become available 
to turn to the post-war products, which the engineers in his experimental department ' 
have been working on for sometime now. ^ 

piereforo, the complaints received from operators and from the wholesalers in 
this industry that they would like to inmediately get started into post-war action. 

^ hearing from the factories, must be taken 

with much, much more than a grain of salt. 

Iho factories in this industry will be omong the happiest in the world to be able 
o announce their post-war plans, the moment they can officially do so. Uiey are eaeer 
to get back into action. But they do not believe in making preLture announiments 
Md causing any disappointment on the part of their many friends in the trade. Nor 

Zf.LTlr I '“'y "O'-* «*=T'=nse, however small, 

because of premature and unofficial statements. 

TAKE IT EASY.': 


RESORTS LOOK FOR BOOM SEASON 

Resort coinmen believe that the Summer of 1945 will prove one of the greatest 
boom seasons experienced by this industry. ^ 

belidf among arcade men is that the average person is today in that frame of 
^nd where he will geek diversion. Many are also of the belief that the war will be 

:hi^n\*no:r?rth^rrafi:: ^poiar^”^ — 

of th»*,^« sported from various resort areas that reservations far in advance 

of^the season have been made. Some resorts expect the largest crowds in all their his- 


Many arc preparing for what they believe will be the last great fling of the cen- 

wil take uolhe^tw boom of busLefs 

Will take up the time of the average man and woman. 

«ro„ bhos® operators who bring machines to resort 

firveerfd^r^o 1 T oolr,men who haven't operated in resorts for the past 

y rs due to lack of manpower and gas, are of the belief that 1946 is the year 

When collections at resorts will reach an all time high. ^ 

operators to the vacation spots taking up as many lo- 

operaUons 1 possibly handle. Some are even arranging for combLed 

operations with fellow coinmen. In this fashion they expect to overcoL the lack of 

manpower which they feel will continue acute even after V-E day. ^ ^ ^ 

Group games are ceding back into popularity in such centers as Atlantic City. 

SiiL'^t^at^tM^ Jersey shore, which have been running group games for sometime, 
believe that this season will s’urpass all former seasons in popularity for this type 


..till have been getting around the resort areas for the past month, according 
0 reports r^oived. Ihe resort runs have always been one of the big stand-bys of 
these men. This year they really expect to "go to town" as one of tLm reports. 


Ihe resort season of 1945 
optimism and enthusiasm. Big 
CO inmen. 


is therefore opening early and opening with tremendous 
boom times are again ringing in the ears of the resort 









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VOL. 6 NO. 32 


THE CASH BOX 


MAY 1, 1945 


Coin Machines Merry-Go-Round^^ 


THE RECORD PROBLEM PERSISTS 

A few weeks ago The Cash Box asked the trade whether it was getting more records. 
As yet no ansv^ers have arrived to indicate that the condition in record distribution 
has so much bettered itself that this industry is now satisfied it is receiving a fair 
and equitable share of the quota of records being manufactured by the "big three" 
namely: Victor, Decca and Columbia. ' 

As is also known, investigations are being conducted by both Victor and Columbia, 
These are the first two of the "big three" record manufacturers who came to the front 
to answer the many complaints received by The Cash Box from music operators everywhere 
in the country bitterly relating that they were no longer receiving an equitable share 
of records from their record distributing outlets. 

To this date Docca Record Corporation has ignored the trade, and has not answered. 
This is the same statement The Cash Box was forced to make in its April 10, 1945 issue. 
The Cash Box has tried constantly to arrange contact with Decca but has been unsuccesi 
ful. It now seoms that Decca has no one in sufficient authority at its New York of- 
fices to answer whether or not they believe that the coin operated music machines 
trade is receiving its just and equitable share of records from their branch offices 
thruout the country. 

Because the record problem persists, and has reached such proportions, it has 
brought one new record manufacturer after another into the field. These now manufac- 
turers know that the cointrado is not getting records. They also know that they can 
now capitalize on this desperate situation. And that they are taking advantage' of this 
opportunity is well known. Operators are willing to purchase any sort of records to 
assure their locations the necessary music, 

V. manufacturers will last into the post-war and adjustment era. 

which will follow the post-war period, is something that only time will tell. Import- 
ant to the average coinman is the fact that some few of these newly formed record man- 
ufacturers are strictly promotional in character. 


Rumors now rife in the trade are to the effect that some of these firms are sim- 
p y issuing notification of records they "intend" to manufacturer, if and when they 
can get enough cash deposits to cover the cost of such manufacture. Already some mu- 
sic coinmon are stuck with deposits, it is reported, and have been waiting for many 
weeks to receive what they ordered, ° ^ 

The trade can easily realize, therefore, how serious this record problem has be- 
cme. Coinmen want to continue to deal with the reliable record firms. But these 
firms are shunting off the operator, and their distributors and branch offices are push, 
ing him around from pillar to post. ^ 

The average music operator has no chance to defend himself. He must order where 
he can. He is therefore forced to purchase from 75% to 90^o of his records from retail 
stores, and what is even more, he usually orders from cities hundreds of miles away 
Irom his headquarters, paying considerably over what they should cost. 

The Cash Box is trying with all its might to obtain information from members of 
the coin operated music machines industry as to what has happened since publication of 
the letters received from Victor and Columbia. Should these investigations of their 

Howe^r prove a farce - there may be another course open to the trade. 

However, it is not the purpose of this publication, nor is it the purpose of the mem- 
bers of ms industry to be destructive in any fashion whatever. Instead, all offer 
constructive criticism completely to bring about harmony to rectify whatever unfortun- 
ate conditions existed in the past, 

r is therefore up to the music operators themselves, thruout the nation, to care- 

fully watch the present record situation. If they believe that nothing has been done 
to help cure this condition then the one and only thing for them to do is to come to- 
gether in groups, locally or statewide, and to place their complaints and their infor- 
mation in such forms so that these can be used to best advantage. 

persist in its belief that the complaints which have already 
been brought into the open, and which are today well known to the "big three" record 
^nufacturers, will bring about equitable distribution on its own strength, as well as 
f. ir consideration to the men in this industry who helped the record manufacturers rise 
to their present exalted position. 


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VOL. 6 NO. 32 


THE CASH BOX 


MAY 1, 1945 


“TAL;<I^ 

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! 

LOUD" 

H. ROBERTS 

propose: 

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FOR ALL C OIN MACHINE EQ UIPMENT 

SUGGESTS NEW TERM BE "SELF-SERVICE" — AS "SELF-SERVICE MUSIC", ETC. 


CHICAGO — Henry T. Roberts, who heads the music 
division of Mills Industries, Inc. has proposed a new term 
for the equipment of this coin operated industry, which 
has met the enthusiastic approval of all who have heard it. 

Mr. Roberts proposes that from now on the machines 
of this trade hear the fascinating and attractive banner 
of “Self-Ser>ice”. For example “Self-Service Music” — 
which is exactly what coin operated music is. And this 
removes the term “Automatic Music” an<l the even more 
, repulsive designations “Juke Box”, “Slot Machine Music” 
and others. 


SELF-SERVICE — THE INDUSTRY OP THE FUTURE 
The Preference Today of the Nation's Shoppers 

by 

HENRY T. ROBERTS 
Mills Industries. Inc. 



The opportunity for our 
industry is so great, that 
there will be room for all 
our present manufacturers 
and many m<»re besides. A 
national survey shows that 
the nation^s shopping habits 
are changing rapidly; and 
this survey, taken on the 
worhPs greatest shopper — 
the American woman — 
show that 9.3%, in some sec- 
tions, preferred self-service. 

W hat is self-service? It 
is a quick and easy method 
of making a selecti«m from 
a mechanically - <)perate<l 
shopping service, either 
with coin operation or with- 
out coin operation. Our 

industry should capture leadership in this preferred form 
of spending money to satisfy one’s desire for a long 
list of services, such as: music, entertainment, motion 
pictures, games of all kinds, candies, nuts, chewing gum, 
groceries, frozen f«>ods, refrigerated dairy products, 
sandwich and pie service, refrigerate*! bottle or cup 
drinks; also, soft white goods of all kinds, including 
nylon stockings, handkerchiefs, and a long list of service 
items. 

Drug stores are in need of self-service machines for a 
great majority of their items; an<l the Five-an*l-Ten-Ont 
stores need thousands of self-service machines for hun- 
dreds of their products. 

Just gaze down the “dark street of tomorrow” and 
look into the super-grocerv market of the future. You 
will see self-service wall-<lisplay cases, which are also 
machines for delivering your choice, with or without coin 
operation. Products in this store will all l>e packaged — 
canned g<H>ds, lM>ttled goods, frozen meats, and frozen 
vegetables from refrigerated self-service cases. Select the 
meat or vegetable you want; prss a button; and it is 
instantly delivere*! to you — sanitation, Ivetter fomis, 
better health! 

Fresh vegetables will also l>e packaged anil sold hy 
the pound, and kept fresh and green with the pro|>er 
refrigeration and the proper humidity. These display 
cases may he operated with either a special token or with 
coins. Tlie shopper will simply move through the store 
with a bag, make his selections, pay as he goes, and he 
on his way in a minimum amount of time. Time and 
tempers grow short, when a customer must suffer long 
delays in Iveing waited upon in any of the stores. 

Retail merchandising has stood still for years. The 
American public has heen very patient. Something must 
be done almut this unsatisfactory shopping service; and, 
as you visualize America planning to serve the needs of a 
global world market, skilled labor will be in demand. 


There will l>e employment for many millions of Americans 
in old and new industries. 

What has heen known as the “coin-machine business’ 
should visualize the tremendous opportunity self-service 
offers to them. We should capture leadership in this, 
our chosen field. We should educate not only America, 
hut also the world to the advantages of self-service — with 
or without coin operation. We have the technical knowl- 
e<lge and skill for building these devices and the coin- 
controlled devices, which will he the important component 
part. We are skilled in electric circuits, so that the self- 
service shopping world of the future will he push-button 
operated. 

All the help which can he derived from refrigeration, 
electronics, and the smart mechanical design, may l>e used 
to expand our industry many times; hut we must work 
hard on the problem. We must create, from the many 
opportunities which are reviewed above, a product which 
will he worthy of acceptance and use. We must expand 
our thinking and our plants. We must put creative sales- 
men in the field. And, there is no reason why this, our 
self-service industry, should not he one of the real leaders 
in rehabilitation and the employment of many more men 
than our industry has ever employed in the past. 

Remember, we owe a deep obligation to the millions 
of boys who have heen fighting to preserve our freedom. 
Let’s do something about it! 


TAX RELIEF 
EXPECTED AFTER 
V-E DAY 


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WASHINGTON, D. C. 
ported dial llu-re u ftroMinf; 
iientimenl in Imlay to 

call for immediate bu>ine!<!i tax 
roncession.« to help indii.olry 
handle reconversion problems 
when the war in Europe ends. 

The joint Senate-House com- 
mittee on taxation has been work- 
ing for months with Treasury ex- 
perts on post-war tax plans. It 
was indicated that at least some 
of its recommendations would bi- 
released within a few weeks. 

Rep. F'rank Garlson (R. Kan.) 
has introduced legislation that 
would make lO'To excess profits 
tax refunds available to biisin*-ss 
60 days after the war ends in 
Eurtipe. Under existing law those i 
refunds would become available i 
two to five years after the final j 
end of the war. 

Another proposal reported un- i 
der consideration would permit ' 
an accelerated depreciation allow- | 
ance for business firms in comput- I 
in|c costs. 

I 

Personal income taxpayers will 
probably receive no concessions 
until the war is entirely over. 

DOYLE FLORIDA 
DIST. FOR ROCK-OLA 


SHORTAGE OF 
FREIGHT CARS 


For the first time since 192."5, 
a shortage of freight cars has 
developed within the past week, 
Hrifc. (^n. I>eonard P. Ayers said. 
Despite the enormous wartime 
load the railroads have been car- 
ryinfc, an actual net shortage of 
freight cars b<‘came widespread 
only recently. Tliis shortage was 
created by last winter's severe 
weather which tied up traffic wirile 
production of giMid- continued 
steadily. 

The present shortage is most 
severe in the northwestern and 
central western states where box 
cars are neeiled for grain ship- 
ments. (^en. Ayers intimated the 
problem may clear up during the 
siimn'.er. 




MIAMI, F1..A. — Frank Q. Doyle 
of Frank Q. Doyle Associates, 
this city has heen appointed the 
distrihutor for the state of Florida 
for Rock-Ola Manufacturing C>>rp. 
Doyle has had many years ex- 
perience in the music machines 
field, and plan* on expanding his 
current large staff so that his 
organisation is completely capable 
to serve the music operator 100^ 
when machines are once again be- 
ing manufactured. 



RICHARD K. LAW 


The appointment of Richard K. 
I.aw as Advertising Manager of 
Mills Industries, Inc. has been 
announced by Cordon K. Mills, 
Nice President in Charge of Sales. 
Mr. I -aw assumed his new duties 
April 2. 





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VOL 6 NO. 32 


THE CASH BOX 


MAY 1. 1945 



CHICAGO - These past few weeks have been like convention tines with coinnen from all 
over the nation coning to town.. ...Leo Weinberger up from Louisville, Ky. to visit 
a specialist ... ..Charley Rosen, still serving in Uncle Sam’s Navy, around the Sher- 
man lobby and getting a real thrill shaking hands with old friends. . .*iPhil Bogen 
stops off after a trip thru Michigan... .Don Kennedy of Packard Mfg* Corp., Indian- 
apolis, Ind. seen at the Celtic having breakfast, and reports Packard busier than 
ever with war work. 


Fat Buckley scon in the Sherman lobby with some of his distribs gathered around 
him, telling of his factory's plans for the future Rumors circulating that Can- 

ada will soon cut out selective service and allow workers to choose their own jobs, 
with the U.S. expected to follow in line within 60' to 90 days, the angle being manu- 
factiarers may start building up in Canada first *... .Joe Ash, Active Coin Machines 
Co., Fhila,, who by the way left Chicago richer than when ho got' there, claims he 
never carries a business card anymore - simply advises those who ask for one "You’ll 
find my name and address in The Cash Box. 

Henry T, Roberts, who heads the Music Division at Mills Industries, has won 
quite a following for his new designation of coin operated equipment. Instead of 

"automatic music" or "juke boxes", Mr. Roberts suggests "self-service music" 

Dave Shapiro of Superior Sales boards waiting at the Sherman for his daughter, who is 

taking in an amateur playlet at the Goodman Theatre Johnny Schwartz of Wurlitzer 

goes bowling Sunday evening .... .Tony Gasparro, Williams Manufacturing Co., a real 
early bird, getting dovm to the office at 8 A.M. 

Charley Robinson (C.A. Robinson Co., Los Angeles, Calif.) asks The Cash ^ox to 
say Hello’ to Jackie Fields of Smith & Fields Dist. Co., Pittsburgh. .. ..Seen in the 
lobby of the Bismarck; Johnny Schwartz, Joe Young, Larry Cooper and Ed Wurgler (all 

Wurlitzer men) listening to Jack (Zeke) Horberg complain about lack of tailors 

That letter from VAIC Chairman Paul V. McNutt being used by coinraen all around the 
country. .. ..Do you want to know where to locate visiting coinmen? Call Harry 
Brown's suite at the Sherman Harry Jacobs, Jr., United Coin Machine Co., Milwau- 

kee, Wise, in tovm visiting’ with the manufacturers. 

Meyer Marcus of The Markepp Co., Cleveland, 0. in town giving his youi gest son 
who is a Lt. in the Nav>' a big party as he leaves for his carrier based on the West 

Reports filter back that Mac Churvis is doing a grand sales job in the 

West. ....Mary Baron (A1 Sebring’s secy, at Bell Products Co.) has one of those tele- 
phone voices you like to listen to Harry Salat plays a lot of "Gin Runmy" in his 

leisure moments .... .Bud Parr and Charley Robinson of Los Angeles, in a huddle with 
Art Cooley, Vince Shay and Midge Ryan in the Mills lobby Charlev Hughes of Lr.do- 

gn, Ind. (who received that letter from WMC Chairman McNutt) visits" the manufactur- 
ers. 


Ted Bush, Bush Distributing Co., Minneapolis, in tc;m buying Still around 

the Loop are Lcs Styvers of New Orleans, Sam Didrico of Good Hope, La. and Johnny 
^iteau of Baton Rouge, La Jimmy (Jack & Jill) Johnson, Playland Park. San An- 

tonio, Tex. comes to tovm and tells about "Boysville" in his city, a great undertak- 
^g..... Early bird of the Ba.lly organization - Herb Jones - opens up his mail at 

8 A.M... ... George Ulcigan uf Soundies back after a week’s trip and very tired 

Dick Groe^hen back from a vacation he took at his new winter home in Hollywood, Fla. 

A1 Stern (Monarch Coin Machine Co.) in hospital for a minor operation Did 

Roy Bzaelon (of above firm) ever tell you when he doubled for Harry Richman in De- 
troit and did a perfect impersonation of Harry’s famous theme song "Birth of the 
Blues 7 .....Eve^one in the know edging for an "in" on the gun sensation created 

via the Bazelon brain Gil Kitt (Snpire Coin Machine Exchange) back from Clevo- 

landand supervising the reconditioning of B & G Vest Pockets, on which he does a very 
good job.....M Koicher. operator from Russel Point, 0. and V/m. Eddy, operator from 

^delien. 111, visiting tho coinmen Ben Axelrod, the popular manager of Olive 

Novelty St. Louis, Uo. visits the Windy City coinmen Harold Lieherman. Acme 

IJovel^ Co., Minneapolis making the rounds with Herman Paster of Mayflower. St. Paul 
..... immy Johnson of Globe Distributing Co. just invented an aspirin vender for 25^ 
consoles, the aspirin being vended when the player plays his last quarter. 

Jack Rosenfeld, Allstates Distributing Co., has a' very good idea for a school 

for coin niachine mechanics and intends putting it thru Dan Yarns entertaining 

the cast of Ten Little Indians', with his own two little Indians. Larry and Ronnie 
helping.... .Joe Westerhnus (V/esterheus Amusement Co., Cheviot. 0.) phones in to 

advise t^t his firm is busier than ever Bill Alberg. of the newly organized 

Supreme Ente^riBes, Inc., Brooklyn. N.Y. has reservations for a large suite at the 
Bismor^ starting Monday. April 23 Frank LeMaskin (Globe Distributing Co.) dragg- 

THE WEK. Ralph (Empire) Sheffield, who melts down Gold Chromes to make Bally Rapid 
ire Bstings - with this news, Ralph becomes a customer for the "Doc" Eaton coin 
changer that vends 2 dimes for every nickel. 




VOL. 6 NO. 32 


THE CASH BOX 


MAY 1, 1945 




“■•• * “>-3- Georga Jo^iWBallv) 

With their chaming daughter; John Chrest (Exhibit) with a oartv of friP^Hc u 

and Mrs. Tommy Grand of Advertising Fosters Cliff Bnilie and Angelo Delaport of* 

at- the Sherman Rudy 

fiousel^ lackard Mfg. Co., now with MIC at Kansas City, in town at the Palmer 

“lno^°^f‘^Br^ VI *P’’“ partner of Supreme Enterprises 

Inc. of Brooklyn K.Y ^is^ited a group of his oolnmen friends, caring a bo^Je 

of f"-°"! poakot and a t/ mail letter in another. Teddy filled up the glasses 

of his fronds and then asked *em to wait until ho read the letter. "First ex- 

thar"urrar^mv L”"'" to know that early in February the Amy notifi’ed me 

had iusf heen^'r I®**®’"' ““tray, and Infomed his folks that he 

had just been rescued .rora a Geman prisoner of war camp by the advancing American 

L^erthe drinL™' “ ’™"' 

Lee Rubinow races to catch a train to Miami, Fla. where he will be for the next 

ew weeks on business Dick Steinberg, on furlough until May 12, visits his 

Gapohart's photo appears in a cross-word puszlo in a 

th^?^w^r°’"’ f*""^^ vertical word to get is "nusloal passage". It appears 

that when you think of music, you think of "Cape" Rumor has it that the Lwly 

.lof m Supreme Enterprises, Ino. are getting ready to open offices in Manhattan... 

Uti!«*^^o^*’ n 1 **^ ''tlPh Gartner, Utica, Ed Wayner. 

Utica, John Dolan, Utica, and Morris Harris of Schene ctaady. 

fiP- formerly Snlos Manager of International' Mu to scope, visits the of- 

rn I- ^ ! recently honorably discharged from the Army.. ..Bill Alborg leaves 

Lw H Wertheimer, Boston, lia.ss. flierbeck home^ancra 

few days in the big city Hirsh de La Viez, Hirsh Coin Machine Co,. Vfashington 

D.C. hustles around the city for a few hours, then back to Washington. ' ^ 


oner«/* recently addedthirty more Panorama to his rou'te 


LA, 

Sam Virgia, local operator, passed aw^yVIflB^^^' ?r°T? '''' 

tends to make the Crescent' cLy his re^idLe s fn^'^^S^rorP^tJ"' 

Barnett, the very efficient secy, at F.A.Blalock' s F / R tail.. ...Carol Ruth 

doss pal Sally Adams, who'll do anythA; for her! ' “^=*hlbuting Co. has a 


SLOT ITJIJNG HITS VETS' CLUB 

"futate ga*mbUng“'’d^“::: Se^^e^v^r “LVf inr^h" '' 
the deviSs do^royed! :aT "lZeTZ i^LT^:i 

apply to this ruling, a slot seised April 19 L'the J^,If. 5 ^ J f ^ 

.ons of Foreign lars was ordero destroyed 5ud^%^a“::!s’'j.'i:!!elH! 

THREE SIDED V/EIGHIMG ^CALE TICKET 

■Si= = * =•=« 3~H=~ = =■ 


press estimated that 1 400 nlnhali m h- ® against gambling machines" the 

Court ruled back in 1942 that even payoffs in f rirrana^"^°’’ is that the Supreme 
-Skeptics are wondering whv Some of the 


<?kPr,-M/.e ««« .... j . . in iree games were 

s^edics «« "ondding why gambling houses continue to operate 
|_-l^S - Pickens Harper of Brownwood was - 


u " operate# 

TS^5^r.AL w:rhu"^rtne"r®'sdr:ut*to «o"id"nt, and his 

Oasis Jovelty Co., Ranger Te! Corner owners of 

chines in Graham Ad SL^ Tex'rZ ZZ ‘'“'^ht all the ma- 

Platt, manager of thei ^ite " jZsZo.. 





VOL. 6 NO. 32 


THE CASH BOX 


MAY 1, 1945 


DISC-HITS BOX SCORE 

In Order of Popularity based on Weekly National Survey 

Compiled by 

JACK "ONE-SPOT " TUNNIS 

Box Score tobu<o*ion oompiled on the overoge Indlvlduol pureboie on the bojis of 1000 records — listed in order of populority. Including nome of song, 
record number, ortlsts. ond recording on reverse ‘ 


1— My Dreams Are Getting Better 

CO-36779— lES BROWN ORCH. 

He's Home for a little While 
HI-71 28— LOUIS PRIMA AND ORCH. 

The Blizzard 

VI-20-1641— PHIL MOORE FOUR 

A Little on the Lonely Side 
DE-18661— JOHNNY LONG ORCH. 

AND DICK ROBERTSON 
Candy 

2 — Candy 

CA-l 83— MERCER, STAFFORD, PIED PIPERS 
I'm Gonna See My Baby 
VI-20-1632— DINAH SHORE 

He's Home for a Little While 
VI-20-1633 — FOUR KING SISTERS 
Saturday Night 
CO-36782— CURT AAASSEY 

Voo've Gof Me Where You 
Want Me 

HI-71 29— JERRY WALK ORCH. 

Laura 

DE-18661— JOHNNY LONG ORCH. 

AND DICK ROBERTSON 

My Dreams are Getting Better 
HI-71 29— JERRY WALKER ORCH. 

Laura 

3 — I'm Beginning to See the Light 

CO-36758— HARRY JAMES ORCH. 

Love I Long For 

VI-20-1618— DUKE ELLINGTON ORCH. 

Don't You Know I Care 
MA-7131— COOTIE WILLIAMS ORCH. 

Saturday Night 

DE-23399— INK SPOTS - ELLA FITZGERALD 
That's the Way it Is 

A — Dream 

CA-185— PIED PIPERS — WESTON ORCK 
Tabby the Cat 

VI-20-1645 — FREDDY AAARTIN ORCH. 

Ererytime 

MA-71 33— THREE SUNS 

It's Dawn Again 

5 — A Little on the Lonely Side 

CO-36760— FRANKIE CARLE ORCH. 

I Had a Little Talk with the Lots. 
HI-71 18 — LOUIS PRIAAA ORCH. 

Lef's Take the Long Way Home 
DE-1 8642— GUY LOMBARDO ORCH. 

My Heart Sings 
Lord 

VI-20-1641— PHIL MOORE FOUR 

My Dreams are Getting Better 

6 — Just A Prayer Away 

CO-36783— KATE SMITH 

All of My Life 
DE-23392— BING CROSBY 

My Mother's Waltz 
HI-71 27— THREE SUNS 

Wooden Shoes 

VI-20- 1642 — SAMMY KAYE ORCH. 

All of My life 

7 — Sentimental Journey 

CO-36769— LES BROWN ORCH. 

Twilight Time 

VI-20-1643 — HAL MclNTYRE ORCH. 

I'm Gonno See My Baby 
Sentimental Journey 

8 — Rum and Coca Cola 

DE- 18636— ANDREWS SISTERS 
One Meat Boll 

HI-71 25— LOUIS PRIMA ORCH. 

I Wanna Get Morried 
CO-36775— ABE lYJAAN ORCH. 

Since You 

VI-20- 1637— VAUGHN MONROE ORCH. 

There/ I've Said It Again 
DE-23394 — HOUDINI ROYAL CALYPSO ORCH. 
Part 2 

NA-7007— AL TRACE ORCH. 

South Paw Special 

9 — Laura 

CO-36785— WOODY HERMAN ORCH. 

I Wonder 

HI-71 29— JERRY WALD AND ORCH. 

Candy 

VI-20-1655— FREDDY MARTIN ORCH. 

Song to Remember 

10— All Ot My LHe 

I CO-36788 — HARRY JAMES ORCH. 

Yoh-To-To, Yah-Ta-Ta 
CO-36783 — KATE SMITH 

Just a Prayer Awoy 


Apr. 16 

134-1 


Apr. 9 Apr. 2 

131.8 127.3 


111.7 109.6 84.8 


88.5 86.9 62.8 


80.3 56.6 71.8 


70.0 71.2 51.3 


57.2 44.3 29.2 


38.3 38.7 16.0 


38.3 86.2 114.4 


37.7 10.0 3.4 


34.5 15.8 4.5 


Apr. 16 Apr. 9 Apr. 2 


DE-1 8658— BING CROSBY 

A Friend of Yours 
VI-20- 1642— SAMMY KAYE ORCH. 

Just a Prayer Away 

11 — More and More 

HI-7120— GEO. PAXTON ORCH. 

Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive 
VI-20-1614 — TOMMY DORSEY ORCH. 

You're Driving Me Crazy 
VMO-1 136— THOMAS L. THOAAAS 
(BARITONE) 

Any Momenf Now 
CO-36777— FRANKIE CARLE ORCH. 

Carle Boogie 

CO-36776— HORACE HEIDT ORCH. 

Lucky Me 

DE-1 8650— DELTA RHYTHM BOYS 
AND GOLD COAST FIVE 
DE-1 8649— BING CROSBY 

Strange Music 

DE-1 8647— JIMMY DORSEY ORCH. 

Don't You Know I Care 
VI-20-1630— PERRY COMO 

I Wish We Didn't Have to 
Say Goodbye 

DE-23389 (ALB. 387) DEANNA DURBIN 
Any More 

12 — Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart 

BB-30-0833— SHEP FIELDS ORCH. 

Twilight Time 

DE-1 8627— JIMMY DORSEY ORCH. 

Moon on My Pillow 
BB- 10445 — TODD ORCH. 

To You Sweetheart, Aloha 
CA-l 78— STAN KENTON ORCH. 

Gotta Be Gettin' 

CO-36765— RAY NOBLE ORCH. 

How Bright the Stars 
DE-23359— KITTY CARLISLE (VOC.) 

The Very Thought of You 

13— 1 Should Care 

CA.184 — MARTHA TILTON WITH ORCH. 

Stranger in Town 
CO-36784 — GENE KRUPA ORCH. 

Cry and You Cry Alone 
DE-18656— JIAAMY DORSEY ORCH. 

Twilight Time 

VI-20- 1 625— TOAAMY DORSEY ORCH. 

Please Don't Say No 
CO-36791— FRANK SINATRA 

When Your Lover Has Gone 

14 — StufF Like That There 

CA-l 88 — BETTY HUTTON - PAUL 
WESTON ORCH. 

Blue Skies 

15 — Saturday Night 

BB-30-0837— HAL MclNTYRE ORCH. 

My Funny Valentine 
CO-36762— FRANK SINATRA 

I Dream of You 

DE-1 8641— WOODY HERMAN ORCH. 

I Didn't Know About You 
VI-20- 1635 — SAA4MY KAYE ORCH. 

I Don't Want to Love You 
CO-36776— HORACE HEIDT ORCH. 

Lucky Me 

VI-20-1633— FOUR KING SISTERS 
Candy 

CO-36777— FRANKIE CARLE ORCH. 

Carle Boogie 

MA-7131— COOTIE WILLIAMS ORCH. 

I'm Beginning to See the Light 

16 — There I've Said It Again 

VI- 20- 1637— VAUGHN MONROE ORCH. 

Rum and Coca Cola 

17 — Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive 

CA-180— MERCER-PIPERS-WESTON 

There's a Fellow Waiting In 
Poughkeepsie 

HI-71 20— GEORGE PAXTON AND ORCH. 

More and More 

VI-20-1612— ARTIE SHAW AND ORCH. 

Jumpin' on the Merry-Go-Round 
VI. 20-1631— FOUR KING SISTERS 

Kind Treatment 

OE-23379— BING CROSBY AND 
ANDREWS SISTERS 

There's a Fellow Waiting m 
Poughkeepsie 

CO 36771— KAY KYSER ORCH 

(ike Someone in love 


33.7 46.9 45.2 


22.8 25.3 16.1 


22.5 22.5 15.3 


21.4 

18.9 

4.5 

21.4 

27.5 

33.7 


19.3 

5.4 

6.9 

19.1 

48.7 

7.4 


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(SECnON 1) 

WANT-TO-BUY ADS 

THE HEADLINES OVER EACH AD GIVE AN APPROXIMATE IDEA OF THE ITEMS 
THESE FIRMS WANT TO BUY. IT IS ADVISABLE TO READ EACH AD CAREFULLY. 
THESE ADS ARE STRICTLY DEVOTED TO "WANT-TO-BUY" ONLY. MANY "FOR 
SAT.F ADS" FEATURE "WANT-TO-BUY" IN THE "FOR SALE ADS" SECTION. 

- WE WANNA ■ BUY - 
M I L L S THREE BELLS- ET-ISl; 

Keeney TWin Super Bells (Comb. P.O-F.P.) 5^ & or & 25)^’ Play 
Keeney Four Way Super Bells, and l/25/ or 4/5;^ Play 

Bells 3 / 5 ^ and l/25^ or 4/5^ play. ... .late heads only. 

25/ SLOTS Blue Fronts, Brown Fronts, Orig, Qiromes, Cherry Bells 

ALL SLOTS MUST. BE ORIGINALS - NO REBUILTS# State Serial and Condition* 

' 'WRLIT2ER PHONOGRAPHS - Models 700-750-750E-800 and 850 


NOTICE: We want GOOD MERCHAIJDISE ONLY - NO JUNK. We can use large quantities of 

any of the above machines. If you have available, please state quantity, serials 
guaranteed condition and price. * 

ADVANCE AUTOMATIC SALES COMPANY 

1350 HOWARD STR^T (ALL PHONES; HOalock 1750) SAN FRANCISCO 3, CALIF. 


- MUSIC - 

door with rod plastics; can use Chrome or Gold 

wltrBucUl!n^ “^c>>anisnis, hidemvays; 312 or 412 Wurlitzer mechanisms 

^ adapter. All equipment should be in good condition. State price and 
quantity as well as date of shipment in your first letter. 

C, A. ROBINSON & COMP ANT 

2301 W. PICO BLVD. ^^3 


SLOTS - FINS - ARCADE - SAFES 

W^TT - Mills and Jennings free play slots? free play games; 
Single and Double Rovolvaround Safes. 

ST. TFiaiAS com SALES, ST. THaiAS, ONT., 


Groetchen Metal 


CANADA 


Typers; 


MILLS MACHINES 

WriL; piLerwire! operated machines - no lot too large or too small. 

Jack Ravreby, OV/L MINT MACHINE CaiPAIT 

245 C0HI1I3US AVEMUE (Tel; Kenmore 2640) BOSTON, NASS. 


^ - USED RECORDS - 

^i^hest Bidder. Turn your used records into cash $$$. 
in 100 mile radius. Vfrite, wire or phone. Sond them now to 

NATHAN MUCHNICK 

1119 N, 39th STREET (Tel; ALL, 02 32) 


Will pick up with- 


PHIUDELPHIA, PA. 


WANTED TO BUY 

ConditiL!^"" Following Prices for Machines which are in Good Mechanical and Working 

Parade, Comb FT ^ FOnSO.OO 

Ballv Bifr TL^Vr°^ 'rn 135.00 Mills Jumbo Parade, late head ”.100.00 

Bally Big Top, FP or PO 75 . 00 Mills Jumbo Parndo, late ” FT. 90.00 

Foe p *r*'v*^ 110,00 Mills Jambo Parade, early md FO. 60,00 

^et“L Br/r! ’S" ^ Parade, early md FF. 60,00 

p Oanes, FP 60.00 Jennings Silver Noon, FP 80.00 

-J®™, Silver l!oon,Comb.FP 4 PO.. 140.00 

Jennings Bob TaiVP 70.00 Jenn. rUst Time, h or PO 50.00 

State Condition and Quantity. Will Send Deposit. 

BADGER SALES CaiPANY 

1612 WEST PICO BLVD. (Tel: DRexel 4326) LOS ANGELES 15, CALjp, 


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.CENTRAL OHIO COIN MACHINE EXCHANa 
■ WANT WANT WANT 

WOOLF SOLOMON 

WILL PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICES F OR I 
CONSOLES, SLOTS, PIN'BALLS, ARCADE 
EQUIPMENT, GUNS, ONE - BALLS, AND ALL 
MAKES OF PHONOGRAPHS IN GOOD SHAPE. ' 

WE WILL BUY YOUR PHONOGFrAPH OR 
PIN'BALL ROUTE. 

WRITE ' - 'WIRE - - - phone 

CENTRAL OHIO COIN MACHINE EXCHANGE 

514 SOUTH HIGH STREET (PHONES; ADAMS 7949 or ADAI\!S 7993) COLUMBUS, OHIO. | 


VfAlTT - Mills single safe stands. Advise how many you have and condition. 

HOV/ARD SALES CO, IP ANY 

1206 FARNAM STREET (Telj Harney 3100) aiAHA 2, NEBR. 


- MUSIC - 

WANT - 3 Seeburg b/lO/Zb^ Wall-O-Matic 3-wire Boxes, new or 
top price. Write, 

EI.IPIRE VENDING caiPANY 

1928 SO. PARK AVENUE 


slightly used. Will pay 
BUFFALO 20, N,Y. 


- SLOTS - 

WANT - Escalator tjqje slots, and 10^. Also Vest Pockets and Q.T, State color and 
serial numbers and best price in first letter. If you want to sell - write us - if 
you want to correspond, remember the boys out there. 


P.0, BOX 42 


LION AMUSE1.IENT COMPANY 
(Frank R, Howe, Jr.) 


WELLS, ME. 


■ ■ -WANT - ROCK-OLA 

PHONOGRAPHS 

IJIUST BE IN GOOD CONDITION. SHIP CRATED BY FP^IGHT. 

'WILL PAY FOLLOWING CASH PRICES; 

12 Record Machines..... 


20 Record VTindsor or Monarch.. 


20 Record Standard.. 


20 Record Commandos 


20 Record Cormandos with Rock- 

•Ola Adapters 

complete to operate boxes.. 


J. P, KRAMER 


P.O, BOX 433 (pHONE; 2-7371) 

GARY, INDIANA 


ARCADE - SLOTS - MUSIC 

’WANT - Skee Balls, Slot Machines and Music Boxes: Vfill pay highest prices; Write now, 

S & W COIN MACHINE EXCHANGE 

2416-20 GRAND RIVER AVE. DETROIT, MICH, 


PINS - MUSIC - SCALES 

WANT - Pins, Music and Scales. State in yoiw first letter whet you have and best 
price. Keep in mind v/hen sotting price that we are buying for resole and must make a 
profit, 

LOIFISVILLE COIN M7.CHINE CaiPANY 

330 EAST BRECKENRIDGE ST. LOUISVILLE 3, KY. 


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— UvJIo'OJjES — 

WANT - Single Super Bells, Twin Super Bells, combination FF-PO; Bally Hi Hands Comb. . 
Mills Four Bolls, late heads; Mills Ihree Belle. 

PACIFIC COAST DISTRIBUTORS 

2316 S. UNION AVENUE LOS ANGELES 7, CALIF. 

FINS - MUSIC - CONSOLES - SLOTS - 1- BALLS 
WANT - Gottlieb*s Liberty; Genco Four Aces; Exhibit’s Sky Chief; Mills Throne and 
Empresses; Panorams; Super Bells; Longacres; 25^ slots. State quantity and best 
price first letter, LEON TAKSEN 

2030 NORTH 56th STREET (Tel: Trinity 0635) PHILADELPHIA, FA, ‘ 


- ARCADE - 

WANT - All makes of Skeeballs, Highest Prices, Any condition, 

I, EDELMAl'I 

2459 GRAND RIVER (Tel: Madison 6310) 


DETROIT, MICH, 


- PARTS - 

W.-.NT - Heed 6 Bally Payout Units for Club Bells, Will pay $^20* each, 

310 S, ALAMO STREET UNITED AMUSEIIE2IT CaiPAIRf SAN ATI TONIC, TEX, 


BEFORE YOU SELL ANY MACHINE'S 



If you want to deal vdth a firm whose reputation for many years has won the 
respect of all the publications in this field, of ell leading manufactui*ers , 
distributors, jobbers and operators - then tell us what you have for sale..,, 
tie are interested in music equipment, slots, consoles, pin games, beverage 
venders, scales, Panorams, arcade machines, in fact, in every type of coin 
operated machine. Simply send us your list - give guaranteed condition of 
the mfjchines you list, state quantity, serial numbers, when ready to ship, 
how crated and price wanted - we'll send you the cash right av/ey - no dicker- 
ing - no bickering - m V/AT’A DO PUSIHESS' 'H El Ya'. 


ROYAL 

^OS NORTH BROAD STREET 


D I S'T R I B U T O R S 

(ALL PHONES; ELizabeth 3-177 6) EL IZABETH N .J 


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COIN 



PACES REELSJ.P. 

.PACES SARATOGAS, f. P. 

KEENEY SUPER BELLS, COMB. 

BALLY HIGH- HANDS, COMB. 

BVyLLY club BELLS, comb, 

ALSO PIN GAMES 

FULL DETAILS AND PRICES IN FIRST LETTER 

MACHINE DISTRIBUTING (DMPANE 


5746 BAUM BLVD, 


(PHONE; HILAND 700«)) 


PITTSBURGH, PA, 


SLOTS - STANDS 

YfANT - Mills slots, any escalator type. Give serial numbers, quantity, model l//5^/ 
10 ^/ 25 ^/ 50 ^ $1*00, any condition. Also Mills Cabinet stands and Revolv-A-Round weigh- 
ed stands 

HARRY H* HOKE 

4020 MINNESOTA AVENUE, N.E. (Tel; FR 1832) WASHINGTON, D. C. 


ROLLER SKATES 

V/ANT - Boys or girls roller shoe skates, in good condition. Give size, color, make 
and price in first letter. 

L. M. KIDD 

400 NORIH 2nd STREET (Tel: 3-9252) RICHMOND 19, VA. 


498 ANDERSON AVE!IUE 


WANT/ MAGIC FINGERS 

Wpite, iiire, Phone how many. Condition and Best Price. 
ALSO CAN USE BALLY HI HANDS 

PALISADE SP-ECIALTIES COMPANY 
(PHONE: CLiffside 6-2892) ‘ 


CLIFFS IDE PARK, N.J. 


MUSIC - PINS 

V/ANT - Phonographs, Pin Gr.mes, Packard Wall Boxes, Seeburg Wall Boxes# Any quantity. 

INTERNAnONAL COIN MACHINE DISTRIBUTORS 

2115 PROSPECT AVENUE (Tel: Main 5769) CLEVELAND 15, OHIO 


- METAL TYPERS - 

iVAI-T - Groetchen Metal Typers without tokens. Advise quantity, condition and price 
in first letter# 

HY-G AMUSEMENT COf.IPAirY 

1415 WASHINGTON AVE, , SO. (Tel: ATlantic 8587) MINNEAPOLIS, 4, MINN. 


WILL BUY FOR CASH 

PIN6ALLS MUS I C— CONSOLE.S 

STATE BEST PRICE AND CONDITION IN FIRST L ETTE R 

“You Can Always Depend On Joe Ash All-ways' 

ACTIVE ’AMUSEMENT MACHINES CO. 

9oo N. franklin ST. (T£L:MARKeT26S6) PHILADELPHIA. 


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WANTED QUICK -CASH WAITITCT 
BALLY ONE-BALLS -LONCACRES 
THOROBREDS - P I M L I COS, ETC., 
AND ALL TYPES OF SLOTS 



708 NORTH HOWARD STREET 



(TEL: VERNON 3034) 


COMPANY 

BALTIMORE, 1, MD, 


PHOTO FRAMES - EASD.IAN DIRECT POSITIVE PAPER 
WANT - Need immodiutely metal photo frames, vrill pay reasonable profit; Eastman Direct 
^Positive paper* Mill pay reasonable premium for quick delivery. State size and num- 
ber of rolls. V/ire collect or phone. 

LHyIKE coin machine company 

31 I’/BST VERNOR EIGffl'/AY (Tel: Plaza 7647) DETROIT 1, MICH. 


- ARCADE - 

WANT - Mill pay $35.00 for Hi Dial Ten Strikes or Ten Pins: $25.00 for Low Dial. Ma- 
chines do not have to be in working order as long as all parts are intact. Don’t 
bother to write, ship C,0,D. 

GLOBE DEVICES CORP. 

593 TE!I1H AVENUE (Tel: LO 3-4820) NEW YORK, N.Y, 


MUSIC - SLOTS - COUNTERS - PANORAL'I PARTS 

^ANT - Wurlitzers: 24, 24A, 600, 600A, K600, K600A, Vest Pockets, Counter Games; Also 
parts for Mills Panorams. 

REID AMUSE?ffiNT MAGIINES 

280 BOTSFORD STREET MONCTON, N.B.,'CAN. 



- ALLEYS - 

WAIyT - Money talks. Will pay ;^20, more than anyone else for your Wurlitzer Skee 
Balls and Genco Bank Roll Alleys; Can also use King Pins: If you have any Wurlitzer 
Skee Ball parts contact us at once; For quick action, write, phone or wire today, 

GRAND AMUSEMENT 

6432 CASS AVENUE (Tel: Madison 9103) DETROIT 2, MICH. 


MUSIC - ARCADE - CARNIVAL 

WAiIT - Phonographs; Pikes Peaks; Qamival Games; Any description and any condition; 
V^rite giving prices, quantity you have and when you can ship. 

VrE!INiPEG COIN MACHINE EXCHANGE 

277 DONALD STREET _ 'WINNIPEG, MAN., CAN. 

. MOTORS - CABINETS 

WANT - Mills & 'Wurlitzer Motors; 412 iAirlitzer cabinets. 

LECO VENDING CaiPA!IY 

128 EAST 5th STT^EET (Tel: Chester 9538) CHESTER, FA, 

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\A/ A K1 T ^ HUNDRED OF EACH OF THE FOLLOWING GAMES AT 

VV M IM 1 PRICES LISTED ALONGSIDE OF EACH ONE OF THESE GAMESl 

FLICKERS ^40.00 ZaiBIES 

T fiO-00 DUPLEX 

THE 

ATTEUTTONE 


40.00 

SUN BEAM 


D(TnPT.E PT.AY. - 


60.00 

VnSST ’.VINDS 


nO-PE-MI 


60,00 

STARS 


SKY BTA2ER 


60,00 

TURF KING 


5-1 0-?0 


75.00 

SPORT SPECIAL 


SUPER BELL CONV 


. . ..^210,00 

BALLY PIMLICO 


RECORD TIME 


100.00 

DARK HORSE 


BLUE GRASS 


110,00 

BALLY MASCOT 


MILLS O^YLS... 



SIL'\rER SKATES - BALLY 


BALLY CLUB BELL 


160,00 

GOTTLIEB LIBERTY 


JOCKEY CLUBS 


325,00 

KENTUCKY - BALLY 


BAT.T.Y SPORT KING 


225,00 

BALLY LONG SHOT 


P.iT.T.Y CT.AMnnR - 


20,00 

GOTTLIEB HI-DIVES 


SLOT STnNDS, CaiPLETE WITH 
EXPTBTT ROTARY PUSHER 

KEYS.. 12. 50 
120-00 

1940 MILLS 1-2-3 FP 

50,00 

RAT.T.Y HT-HAUDS 


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j SEND US YOUR LIST OF 

ALL 

OTHER EQUIPMENT YOU HAVE FOR SALE INC. SLOTS 

AND IIUSIC| 

EMPI RE 

2812 W. NORTH A^/E'IUE 

COIN 

(ALL PHONES: 

MACHINE EXCHANGE 

HUmboldt 6288) CHICAGO, 47, ILL. 


- PARTS - 

V/A!IT “ Who has these parts? Button Assembly for Rock-Ola Standard; Button Assembly 
for Yfurlitzcr 600; Coin Chutes 5;^/l0^/25/ for V/urlitzer 71 Counter Model; Trigger 
Mechanism for Chicken Sam Gun. 

FISCO SALES CaiPAIiY 

HONUISNT SQUARE (Tel; 3486) KAVEHILL, MASS. 


- MUSIC - 

WiilIT - Rock-Ola Standards '39. V/e positively will pay you more for Rock-Ola S^^andards 
in A-1 condition. Write and let us know how many you have to ship. Also want Wurlit- 
zer 600 Rotaries. 

HIRSH COIN MACHINE COMPANY 

1309 NEW JERSEY AVEIRJE VYASHINGTON, D.C. 


USED P^CORDS 

'WA!IT - Will pay highest cash prices for used records. Popular, Hillbilly, Race, 
Polkas. No shijxnent too large or too small. Shipping cartons furnished if necessary. 
V/irito or vrire collect. Me v/ill pay the freight. 

MODERN RECORD COllPAin 

7463 S. CHICAGO AVEIIUE (Tel: Plaza 6657) CHICAGO 19, ILL. 


MUSIC - SLOTS - yJICADE 

Y^ANT - V^urlitzer Phonographs; 600, 500, 700, 800, 750, 780, 750E, 850 and 950. Hills 
Slots 5^, lO^g 25^, 50^, Also long range Shooting Gallery and other Arcade equipment. 
Give prices and full details. 

MARLIN EQUIRiENT CaiPAJIY 

135 5 RANDOLPH ST., N.W. (Tel: TAylor 4183) HASHINGTON, 11, D.C. 


- MUSIC - 

WANT - Will pay highest cash price for Seeburg 8200, 8800; Wurlitzer 500, 750, 800, 

650, 616 and 600; Rockolas; All Models. Write us 'vhat you have. Give guaranteed con- 
dition and whether you have shipping crates. No broken parts end all keys attached. 
Give guaranteed condition of speaker and amplifier. Give* lowest price; serial numfeers. 

MOSELEY VENDING MACHINE EDXH^NGE, INC 

00 BROAD STREET (Tel: 3-4511) * RICHI!0!ID, VA. 


- 1-BALLS - 

WANT - Belly's one balls: Dark Horses, Sport Specials and Blue Grasses. All games 
must be in a-1 condition. Please state prices in first letter. 

AILAS PHONOGRAPH COMPANY 

592 NO. CLINTON AVENUE ROCHESTER 5, N. Y. 

- MUSIC - 

vYANT - Wurlitzer 71' s and 81' s. Will pay vl30. ea. 'Write or call for quick sale. 

STAIL’Xo M;Si'c IL'XHI!TE CaiFANY 

ROUTE 1, BOX 14 ( Telx 1293J) „ „ . . , HICKORY, N. C. 

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ALL TYPES OF PIN GAMES WHICH WE 
NEED FOR RE-SALE 

WRITE inriEDIATELV, SENDINS US YOUR LIST AND 
BEST PRICES IN FIRST LETTER' 

HARRY STEINBERG 


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ENT CO, 




122 HAWTHORNE AVENUE 


(PHONE; BIGELOW 3-4904) 


Ng'/ARK, NE’.V JERSEY 


MUSIC - PINS - CONSOLES 

TiVANT - Phonographs: Pin Balls; Consoles - Bally Club Bells. 

AMERICAN VENDING ca^IPANY 

810 FIFTH STREET (Tel: 58-1619) MIALil bEACH, FLA, 


- MUSIC - 

WAIyT 20 record chrome Buckley boxes: Selector slide assemblies for Rockola 12 record 
machines. Give full details and price wanted in first letter. 

ED. GEORGE MUSIC COMPANY 

471-73 SOUTH MAIN STREET (Tel: BLackstone 9171) AKRON, OHIO 


- PINS - 

WANT - Stoner’s Zeta, Super Zota and Stoner’s Ritz. Must be in first class working 
order with all glass intact. ’Write or wire at once quantity you have and price want- 
ed, OHIO SPECIALTY CaiPANY 

29 WEST COURT STREET (Tel: Parkway 2900) CINCINNATI 2, OHIO 


* MUSIC - 

WANT - Wurlitzer 616’ s, don't have to be lite-up jobs, will give vl50 ea. with all 
parts in good shape. Will send deposit. Write, wire or phone how many you can ship. 

SAUNDERS MUSIC CCflPANY 

227 'WEST I.IAIN STREET .(Tel: 2866) CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. 


PINS - ARCADE 

WANT - Exhibit Play Balls; Skeeballs; iVestern Baseball; 
mechanical hockey games, DON ZAK 

3017 SOUTH 14th STREET 


Ten S^-rikes, and the old 

MILWAUKEE, 7, '.VI SC, 


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V/ANTED - ’I'Vurlitzer 
5^ Slide Bard, 

250 IrVEST PROADV/AY 


y/URLITZER PARTS 

Star >/heels. Selector Brakes, Wurlitzer Stylus Springs, V^urlitzer 
BUSH DISTRIBUTING COfffANY 

(Tel: Cherry 3371 ) MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 


- PANOilAI<IS - 

•/A’’T - Panorams - give price, serial number and condition in first letter, 

MYCO AUTO^iATIC SALES CaiPATIY 

347 SO. HIGH ST. (Tel: Main 1600) COLUMBUS, 15, OHIO. 


TICKETS FOR SCALE 

W/v.IT - Tickets for Kirk Scale, Also set of selection buttons for .iftarlitzer 600. 

EE MUSIC LIACHINE CCAIPANY, BRUNS’.'/ICK, GA. 

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WANT TO BUY 

EXHIBIT: STARS - DO'RE'MI - DOUBLE PLAY - ZOMB I E - 
SUNBEAM - WEST WIND - LE ADE R - DUPLEX -S KY BLAZ E Rr 
GOTTLIEB: LI B E RT Y - S HANG RH LA - S T AG E DOOR 
CANTEEN - S'l0'20 - KEEP ’EM FLYING - BALLY : ATTENTION 
SILVER SKATES -GLAMOUR -MASCOT -CHICAGO COIN: 
S PORT PARADE - ST RATOLINE R - DIX I E - W I L L I A M S : 

LI BERATOR- P E R I S C OP E - S E L EC TO R S C O P E . 


BALLY CLUB BELLS BAILY HI -HANDS JUMBO PARiiDE, FP & PO. 

KEENEY SUPER BELLS MILLS TINTEE BELLS MILLS FOUR BELLS, s/s/ & l/25;zf 

V/E ..ILL BUY ABOVE LISTED EQUIPMENT AT HIGHEST CASH PRICES OR TRADE ON VARIETY OF 
IKOROLY RECONDITIONED EQUIRIENT AVAILABLE HERE. 

MONARCH COIN MACHINE COMPANY 

1545 N, FAIRFIELD AVEIKIE PHONEt ARMITAGE 1434 CHICAGO 22, ILLINOIS 

PINS - 1-BAILS 

L'ANT - 500 Five-ball Free Play Ganes. Also late Bally one-ball games, free play or 
cash preferably consoles. Mail us your list with prices in first letter. Cash avail- 
able . 

0. K. MACHINES, ETC. 

825 STATE HIGHWAY #5 (Tel: Morsemere 6-553B) RIDGEFIELD, N.J. 


- MUSIC - 

V/ANT - Wurlitzer Phonographs, model 616, any quantity. Must be in good working order, 
no parts missing. V/urlitzer Phonographs, counter models 61 and 71 Must be in good 
working order, no parts missing. 

QUEBEC COIN MivCHINE EXCHANGE, REG'D. 

1247 GUY STREET (Tel: Fitzroy 7404) MONTREAL, QUE. ,C/JIADA 


- PEIS - 

- 500 Assorted free play pin games; What hove you? Send us your complete list 
and lowest prices in first letter; 'Write nowl 

MID- STATE COLH^ANY 

2848 ROOSEVELT ROAD (Tel: Sac 2691) CHICAGO, 12, ILL. 


MUSIC - ARCADE 

VfAJIT - Will pay top prices for V/urlitzer Twin-tw4lves ; 24 hideaways; steel cabinets; 
adapters; Buckloy and Packard boxes; phonographs 500 and 600; and Hi-Score Skeeballs. 

PHOENIX DISTRIBUTING CCMPANY 

1211 N. 3rd AVETJUE (Tel: 3-3673) PHOENIX, ARI2. 


- scales - 

V/ANT - Watling President, Ambassador or Senator Big Dial Scales, 
ial nunbers will help. Cash. 


2830 - lOth COURT SQUARE 


BABE LEVY 


Will buy as is. Ser- 


BIRi: INGHAM 5, ALA. 


- MUSIC - 

V/ANT - We want Phonographs; Gems, Vogues, Envoys, Colonels, Classics, 
600, 500, 700, 800, 750, 780, 750E, 850 and 950; Seeburg 8200, 8800, 
city. Give full details and price. 

ACE COIN MACHE/E CaiPANY 

2125 CED/Jl SPRINGS (Tol; C - 3095) 


V/urlitzer 24, 
9800, F.O.B, your 

Dallas i, texas 


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ARCADE - PINS 

WANT - Poker Jokers; Big Parades and Knockouts. 

ROGER SKEPAW) 

270 STATE STREET (Tel -1027- ) 


'.TATERTOPRI, N.Y. 


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CON SUL E S 

SUPER BELLS 
HI HAHDS 
CLUB BELLS 
JUIvIBO PARADES 
(F.P,, C.P,, COIffi.) 
THREE PELLS 
• SILVER MOONS, F.P, 
PACE REELS, F.P, 


BUY/ 

ONE - BALLS 

LONGACRES 
THOROBREDS 
PIMLICO 
BUIE GRASS 
SPORT SPECIAL 



SLOTS 

HILLS ORIGINALS ONLY, bfi - lOpf - 25;;' 


Send us yovir complete list of what you have to offer and lowest prices. 

We may be able to use it. 


LET U^ KNOW WHAT YOU NEED IN 
SLOTS - CONSOLES - ONE- BALLS I 
WE CAN SATISl^ YOU I 





627 TENTH AVENUE, NEW YORIR 19, N.Y. . 



PHONEi LONGACRE 3-2479 


- UUSiU - 

’WANT - ’.'Airlitzer 24/42 Victory Models. State quantity and lowest cash price. V/ill 
also buy your coraplete route. 

HY30L LTUSIC CaiFAITY 

9014 AVEJIUE B (Tel; Day - Di 2-9530- Nifrht - Cir 5-9615) BROOKLYN Ig N.Y. 


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I 'WANT - Buy more war bonds. Turn your idle slots into cash. We will buy your Mills 

I original Blue Fronts, Brown Fronts, Cherry Bolls in 5-10-25^ and 50/ play. Where 

1 large deals are involved, vre will send our representative to close deal. Give all 
! details in your first letter. Also complete description and guaranteed condition. 

I BAUM DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 

[ 2012 ANN AVEIIUE . (Tel: Grand 7499) ST. LOUI 5 MO. 


WE WAI'IT PAYOUTS 

Ba.lly Long Shots - - - Klentucky - - - Jockey Clubs 


Turf Kings - - - - Fairmounts - - - Hfgh Hands 
’alls 4 Bells 3 Bells Slots 


Groetchen - - - Metal Typers 
AIL TYPES PHONOGRAPHS 

AUTaiATIC GAI.1ES SUPPLY COMPANY 
N. L, Nelson, Gon, Mgr. 

1607 - 1609 University Avenue 
St. Paul 4, Minnesota 


- ALL MAQilNES - 

WA!IT - ’Wo want anything v^ith a coin slot. Write us what you have I 

EAST CO^ST MUSIC COI/PANY ’ ■ 

10th & WAUIUT STREETS (Tel: CKester 3637) CHESTER, Pa. 


ARCADE - MUSIC - CONSOLES 

VfiJ^T - Pusher typo Rotaries; Voice Recording liachines, non-coin or coin operated; Pan- 
orams ; Music; Groetchen Metal Typers; Bakers Faces and Paces Races check separator 
models only. Write, v/ire or phone. 

CLEVELAND COIN MACHUIE EXCILJIGE 

2021 PROSPECT AVEIIUE (Tel: PRospect 6316) CLEVELhlD 15, OHIO 


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FOR SALE ADS 

THE HEADLINES OVER EACH AD GIVE AN APPROXIMATE IDEA OF THE ITEMS 
THESE FIRMS HAVE FOR SALE. MANY FIRMS ALSO LIST ITEMS THEY WANT TO 
BUY IN THESE FOR SALE ADS. THIS IS FEATURED BY THE WORD "WANT' IN THE 
HEADLINE. CHECK EACH AD CAREFULLY FOR INDIVIDUAL ITEMS AND PRICES. 





LARGE STOCK OF USED MILLS GOLD CHROMES 

brow; fronts — - and q, t. machines 

JENNINGS, PACE Al^D V/ATLING SLOTS 
m 5/, - lOfi' - PLAY. ALSO CONSOLES 

A!JD OTHER COIN OPERATED MACHIIiES OF EV- 
ERY TYPE ON HAND FOR INSTANT DELIVERYl 
SPECIAL 


'Jval Metal Award Plate for Mills Blue or Brown Front Slots 
3/5 Payout » 75^ Each 



140 1 CENTRAL PKWY, C I N C I NNATI.O. 


ARCADE - MuSiU 

FOR SALE - 1 Bally Roll 14 Ft,; 1 Genco Skee Ball 14 ft. 
Column $125,; 2 Rock-Ola Spectravox and Playmaster $450, 
$119,50; 3 Jennings- In-A-Bag Peanut venders $12.50 ea. ; 

BIRMINGHAM VENDING CaiPANY 

2117 THIRD AVEl'lUE, NO. 


; Rock-Ola Universal Tone 
ea.; 1 Seeburg Parachute Gun 
1 Kirk Horoscope Scale $85, 

BIRlTINGtIAM, ALA, 


1-BALLS 

FOR SALE - 1-Ball free Plays: Bally Longacre $525,; Bell Sportsman 

$50. 

ST, LOUIS NOVELTY COIiIPANY 

2718 GRAVOIS AVENUE 


$385,1 Gold Cup 
ST, LOUIS 18, MO, 


- MUSIC - 

FOR SALE -'4 Mills Panorams at $350, ea, and 1 Mills Throne -p295, F,0,B, Evansville, 
Ind, All in good condition. l/3 deposit with order, balance C,0,D, 

EVANSVILLE AUTOMATIC HOSTESS COWANY 


6 N,W, 5th STREET 


EVANSVILLE, IND 


OUTSTANDING BUYS 

Circus i?135.00 Monicker $79.50 Victory 4 84.50 


Air 

Clover. 74,50 

Five & Ton..... 119.50 

Gold Star 34,50 

Skylark 

Club Trophy 

Pimlico 

Sport 


Paradise 44,50 Four Aees 129,50 

Boomtown 39,50 Jeep. ....... 144,50 

Topic,... 79,50 Metro,.., 37,50 

$150,00 Fortune,,.. .,,,,$200,00 

*Write *41 Derby Write 

.Write Ihorobred. ., ............ .Write 

Special .$145, 00 


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Wurlitzer Counter Model 41. $125, 00 
Wurlitzer 600 Rotary A-1... y/rite 

Chi, Coin Hockey A-1 195,00 

Bowl -A-Bomb, like now 225,00 

Mills 5/ Roman Head 2-4.... 125,00 
Mills 25;^ Roman Head 2-4... 195,00 


Melotono 16 Rec, Lite Up. ,. .$225,00 

Zingo, like new. 225,00 

Rapid Fire, clean 175,00 

Skyfightor A-1 Vfrite 

Pace 25/ Blue Front 195,00 

Packard Boxes, refinished,., 34,50 


Vfurlitzer IWln 12 Units. Stoel ffiblnet. Adapter, complete 195.00 


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SHIPPED l;l 1!EW CRATES — HUNDREDS OF OTHERS — VffilTE FOR LISTl 
TSmS: 1/3 Cortifiod Deposit 

"V/ISCO II SIN'S LEADING DISTRIBUTOR" 

TED COIN MACHINE COMPANY 


GREE!IFI ELDAVENUE 


MIL7/AUKEE 14, SCONSIC 


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BETTER CRAB THESE QUICK/ ' 

EVERY ONE MADE LIKE NEW BY FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS 
WE WONT SELL ’EM UNLESS THEY'RE PERFECT, -AND WE MEAN IT. 

15 5;^ Mills Blue Fronts, Original, Knee Action, Club Handles, ,$267,50 

1 25^ Mills Gold Chrome 2/5 P,0, (Original) 1VRITE 

5/ - lOpf - 25j^ Mills Gold Chrome, Rebuilt, Original Parts,,.,,,,,, iVRITE 

1 25/ Mil Is Blue Front , ^»P •» S,P,, C,H,, K,A, 350,00 

1 50/ Mills Gooseneck, 2/4 play, J,P, V/RITE 

1 25/ Mills Q,T, V/RITE 

75 1/ Mills Q,T 52.50 

12 1/ Mills Q»T,, Original Glitter Gold (Used 1 Night) 79,50 

22 5/ Mills Q»T,, Original Glitter Gold 175,00 

3 10/ Mills Q*T,, Blue 125,00 

Chicago Metal Revolvaround Safes (No Locking Bars),.,,,,,,, 160,00 

Q,T* Safe Stands 20,00 

Mills Folding Stands 3 50 

, CONSOLES 

4 Keeney 4-Way Super Bells, 4/5/ ;VRITE 

2 Keeney 2-Way Super Bells, 5/5/ !.$500.00 

12 Mills Four Bells, ready for location 575,00 

6 Mills Four Bells, Factory Rebuilt and Refinished Like New 675 !oO 

3 Mills Four Bells, late heads, , WRITE 

6 Evans Dominoes ’40. 41, '42, J,P, and Eyans Lucky Lucres WRITE 

12 Pace Saratogas, Comb,, F,P, and P,0, (with rails). 250,00 

3 Jumbos, F,P 

5 Buckley Track Odds, Round Head 

5 Buckley Flashing Ivories, Round Head 

4 E^.ns Jungle Camp 

1 Super Track Time 

6 5/ Bakers Pacers, Original, Daily Double, Comb 
15 Jumbos, Cash P,0, , Late heads, like new,.., 

25/ Jumbos, Free Play, ,.,, 


115.00 

225,00 

275,00 

100,00 

345,00 

, Check or Cash Pay 425,00 

124,50 

Y/RI TE 


PARTS 

Jximbo Glass, fruit or animal 3/5 P,0 $3,00 

Jumbo Glass, fruit or animal, F,P 4,00 

Jumbo Coin Drop, U,C.M,, 505, Orig 2,50 

Club Handles, Unbreakable ,,,,, 4,50 

Mills Locks 2,00 

Jumbo Master locks, Top & Bottom 3,00 

Parts for Four Bells, Slots, Jumbos ^VRITE 

V/RITE FOR ANY PARTS YOU NEED NOT LISTED HERE, 


ARCADE EQUIPMENT 

Keeney Anti-Aircraft , ref in. like new $67,50 

Exhibit Rotaries (Claw Twe) ,,155,00 

Exhibit Diggers (Sunbeam) 155,00 

A,B,T, Game Hunters, Model F 19,50 

Liberty Bells, Compl, with tokens 17,50 

Liberty Bells, Compl, with tokens (lots 

of 5 or more) 16.50 

Buckley DeLuxe Diggers 95,00 

4 Exhibit Merchantmen Diggers V/RITE 

3 Mutoscope Electric Traveling Cranes.,, V/RITE 


IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 
ANY QUANTITY 

TOKENS 

FOR 

GROETCHEN METAL TYPERSj 

S 24.50 PERioool 


SEEBURG WURLITZERS 

9800 RCES 
Classics 

Commanders, RCES 
Colonel, RCES 


Victory Models 
850's... ^frite 
500’s,., V^rite 
800 's... ’Write 

5/ See burg Wall-O-Matic, Model 


WS-2Z, with tube, ready for 



TERMS: 

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[WANT TO 

B U Y 

Mills f,0,K.; Square Bells; Golf Ball Vendors; 
Phonographs: Pin Balls 

GLOBE 

FPJLNK LA MASKIN 

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ST Rl BUTINC 

(ESTABLISHED 1929) 

COMPANY 

J^’^ES JOHNSON 

1623 N, California Avenue ( 

: ARMitage 9727 - 9639) 

Chicago, 47, ILL, 


- MOTORS - 

NOTICE - Will exchange 2 Rock-Ola Turntable motors for 2 Rock-Ola Power Motors. 

RUGINIS NOVELTY CaiPANY, MT. CARMEL, PA. 


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last chance-brand new mills MACHIfNB 

EQUIPPED WITH nOSELEV’S SPECIAL DISC AND REELS 

X NO TIME FOR 

COPPER CHROMES, Serial #471-413, 471446 y y n l T ( |\i 

10>^ COPPER CHROMES, Serial #470924, 470952, 469802 W l\ I I I IM O 

25^ COPPER CHROMES, Serials from #470171 to 471742 ^ PHONE YOUKOKDER 

GOLD CHROME, Serial i#470830 nrcT nni/^-rc 

BROL'VN FRONTS, Serials From 478997 to 479934 J rCjK DC J I P K I L C J 
10/ BROWI FRONTS, Serial #479569, 478013, 475862, 480756 


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10 - 5/ 3R0'-VN FRONTS, Serials from 
431401 to 450206 

2 - 10/ BROVIN FRONTS, S #443072, 
450201 

9-5/ GOLD CHROMES, Serials from 
470568 to 476767 

PHONE FOR BEST 


LISTED BELOv/ ARE MACHINES LIKE NEW 

1-5/ ORIGINAL CHRaiE S #528556 


2 - 10/ ORIGINAL CHRaiES, S t'/460920, 
460131 

5-5/ CONSOLES (NEIY) Serials from 
528651 to 429932 

PRICES -IMMEDIATELY 


SLIGHTLY USED, REBUILTS & FLOOR, SAMPLES 


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EQUIPPED VMTH MOSELEY *S 
17 - 5/ BLUE FRONTS, Serials from 
440238 to 445394 

10 - 5/ GOLD CHROMES, Serials from 
441176 to 443872 

28-5/ BROM FRONTS, Serials from 
441189 to 443872 
2-5/ CHERRY BELLS, S #461261 
413983 

2- 5/ GOOSENECK FRONT VENDERS, 

S #166488, 155672 

7 - 10/ BROViFN FRONTS, Serials from 
432040 to 441669 

3- 25/ GOLD CHROMES, S #446781, 

441990, 470554 


SPECIAL DISC AND REELS 
14 - 25/ BROM FRONTS, Serials from 
445789 to 476340 

13 - 25/ BLUE FRONTS, Serials from 
380250 to 416767 
2 - 50/ gold CKRCMES, 5^^56218, 

455-126 

1 Baker’s Pacer, 5/ Gold Award, 

#6661....; $275,00 

5 Mills 5/ Consoles NEW 525.00 

1 Keeney Submarine, Perfect,,.,, 149,50 

2 5/ Blue Fronts, Perfect 249,50 

2 5/ Cheirry Bells 285,00 

16 Columbia Bells Ch Sep, Perfect 59,50 

4 Kentucky Clubs 115,00 

12 Jumbo Parade, CP, Latest Model, 129,50 

3 Mills 5/ Gold Chrome 3/5 PO... 392,50 


PHONE FOR BEST PRICES IMMEDIATELY 


3 Dominoes, Cash JP, Dark Cab., . .$275.00 

7 Dominoes Cash JP Light Cab 375,00 

4 Dominoes JP Ch Sop Light Cab... 585,00 

5 Mills 5/ Jimbo FP Original 89,50 


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Exhibit 5/ Jockey Club Cons. 
Bally Dark Horse, Free Play. 
Fortune Cash & Free Play.,.. 
Yankee 1/ Cigarette Machines 
Fornati on 


$75.00 

185.00 

300.00 
5.50 

35,00 


PHONOGRAPHS 

1 Yfurlitzer P-12 Marble Glo $125 ,00 1 Se'eburg 8800 R.C, E.S. $635.00 

1 Wurlitzer 416 150,00 


SUPPLIES 


20 - 


10/ Slugproof Coin Slots for 

#320 Wall Boxes -$ 7,50 


Slot Shatter Proof Glass, Per Dz,$13.50 
New Jackpot Domino Glass 5 for,., 22,50 
8 Soeburg Select-O-Matic 24 

Selection, Perfect..,.,.,,..,,, 17,50 


TERTIS: FULL CASH MUST ACCClIPANY ALL ORDERS IN THE FORM OF POST-OFFICE, EXPRESS, TEL- 


EGRAPH MONEY ORDERS OR CERTIFIED CHEaiS. 


MOSELEY VENDING MACHINE EXCHANCE.n 


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00 BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. 


DAY PHONE: 3-4511 - NIGHT 5-5328. 


- SLOTS - 

F^OR SALE - Late model Groetchen Columbia, Gold Award model, fruit reels, adjustable 
5/, 10/, 25/ play $89,50. 

AUTaiATIC COIN MACHINES & SUPPLY CaiPANY 

3831 W, FULLERTON AVE. (Tel: Capitol 8244) CHICAGO 47, ILL. 


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WESTERHAUS 5-BALL REVAMP 

“AMERICAN BEAUTY” 

(RENOVATED FROM "ATTENTION" 

NOW BEING DELIVERED! 

ALSO REVAMPING 

"FOREIGN COLORS” 

(RENOVATED FROM MILLS OWL) 

"MARINES - AT- PLAY" 

(RENOVATED FROM FLICKER) 

"INVASION" 

(RENOVATED FROM SLUGGER OR SEVEN UP) 

"VICTORIOUS 1945 TURF CHAMPS” 

(RENOVATED FROM TURF CHAMPS) 


COHnG SOON 




BIG 3 


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GBERTEST 5-BRLL BEVAMP 

EVEB BUILT! 


WESTERHAOS AMOSEMENT COMPANY 

572A KF^SEN AVE. (ALL PHONES: MOiitana 5000) CHEVIOT 11. OHIO 



JACK RAVREBY 

is still the sole owner of the 

OWL MINT MACHINE COMPANY, INC. 

CONTINUING TO CONDUCT AND OPERATE WITH THE SAME EXCELLENT SERVICE 
AND WITH THE SAME EXPERIENCED STAFF AS IN THE PAST 23 YEARS 


AS ALWAYS. WE MAINTAIN A LARGE MODERN REPAIR SHOP. AND ARE 
EQUIPPED TO RECONDITION YOUR MACHINES. 

We carry parts for all Mills phonographs, slots, and Panorams, 

also parts tor pin games. 


JACK RAVREBY 

OWL MINT MACHINE COMPANY. INC. 

Distributors For All Leading Machine Manufacturers 
NEW ENGLAND DISTRIBUTOR FOR MILLS NOVELTY COMPANY 
245 Columbus Ave. (Telephone KENmore 2640-1-2. COMmonweolth 6979) Boston 16. Moss. 




ALWAYS CONSULT THE TBADING POST 


WHENEVER YOU BUY OR SELL 

Phonographs— Wall Boxes— Adaptors— Coin Machines— Pin Tables 
Consoles— Arcade Machines— Supplies and Accessories 


REBUILDING 


AND 


REFINISHING 


MILLS SLOTS 

(All Types) 



SEND US YOUR MACHINES 
10 DAY SERVICE 


423 3 W. LAKE ST. 




CHICAGO. ILL 




Ph: Van Burcn 6636 









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JUST WATCH THE 

NEW 

BUCKLEY MUSIC SYSTEM 

BECOME THE POST-WAR SENSATION 


We're getting ready to bring you the greatest in music — by 
Buckley — a music system complete in every detail — unsurpassed 
in electronic tone quality — with many new features never before 
presented. It’s going to become the post-war sensation. And to 
get ready for the great day — we’re opening more offices, preparing 
to again bring you super-service, and offer you a new sales plan 
that will make music easier to operate and more profitable than 
ever before. 


123 WEST RUNYON STREr, NEWARK 8. NEW JERSEY 

All Phones: Bigelow 3-6685 






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ATLAS PERSONAL SERVICE- 

WRITE NOW FOR YOUR COPY OF 

ATLAS 'SUMMER SPECIAL' 
PARTS CATALOGUE'/' 

plenty of hard to get ITEnS INCLUDED.' 


DON’T LET YOUR EQUIPMENT DETERIORATE AND LOSE MONEY. ATLAS 
PARTS SERVICE HELPS YOU PUT AND KEEP GAI.IES IN MOITEY-MAKING SHAFEi 


35.000 PRE-WAR LIVE RUBBER BUMPER RIN 

LOTS OF loo OR MOITE.PEPn loo ^2.00 

DELUXE Sc-10a-25<t WALL-O -MATICS 
AND BAR.-0 -MAT ICS- FACTORY REBUILT 

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 


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2202 N. ’/WESTERN AVENUE 


PHONE: ARinTAGE 5005 


CHICAGO 47, ILLINOIS 


ARCADE - CONSOLES - PINS - MUSIC 

FOR SALE - 1 Chicago Coin Hockey vl94«50* 2 Bakers Pacers v234*50; 2 Mills Chvls at 
^69*50; 2 Mills Thrones l|^265.; 4 Rockola Supers v495; Packard Lily organ type liteup 
speakers v25«; Chandelier spealcers v69,50; l/3 with all orders* 

S & M SALES COMPANY, INC. 

1071 UNION AVENUE (Tel: 2-1133) MEMPHIS, TENN. 


COIN PACKAGING TRAY 

FOR SALE - Wo supply Abbott Coin Packaging Trays free for use only with Abbott Tubu- 
lar Coin ’(Wrappers* By the use of this Packaging Tray the wrapping of coins is great- 
ly simplified* This service alone should warrant your using Abbott Tubular Coin 
Wrappers* Send for complete catalog. 

ABBOTT COIN COUNTER COIffANY 

143rd ST* & WALES AVE. (Bank and Cashiering Supplies) NEW YORK, 54, N, Y, 


MOTOR REV'/IND SERVICE 

NOTICE « V/urlitzer, Mills, Rock-Ola and Seeburg Phonograph motors rewound, 10 day ser- 
vice v7*50 ea, Wurlitzer distributor for Virginia and North Carolina* 

lliiYNOR DISTRIBUTING CCLIFANY 

823 V/EST BROAD STREET (Tel: 5-6169) RICHMOITD 20, VA. 


- ARCADE - 

FOR SALE - 1 Blow Ball; 1 Gatter Strength; 1 Gent Heart Fortune; 2 Evans Tommy Guns; 

2 Cupid V/heels; 1 Atlas Baseball, no base or legs; 1 late Sky Fighter, bottom only, 
top scoring unit missing; 2 Seeburg Up & Down Guns; 1 Vibro Foot Message; 1 Target 
Skill ABT; 1 Keep Pxinchin; 1 Col* Vfoighing Machine, Make best offers on above machines. 

K. C. NOVELTY COLIPANY 

419 M/JiKET STREET PHILADELPHIA, FA. 


ZIP CORD - LAMPS 

New 2-wire All Rubber Zip Cord, shock proof, water proof, copper 
Stranded.) 1000 fto rolls. Per Ft. 


reinforced. 



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FANOR^'J.: LA :TS. 500 V/att o3,25 oa; 250 ‘./att ^1.75 ea.; 300 Watt 02.50 «a.; 750W^3.85 

BALLY GUN LAI.IPS 50^ Each 

ARCADE BULB COXANY, 56 V/EST 25th STREET, IIE// YORK CITY - (PHONE: WA 9-7490) 


Buy 


More Yfar Bonds. 


SEIDEN DISTRIBUTING CaiTANY 
(Tel: 4-2109) 


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ORIGINAL MILLS SLOTS 


OVER 200 MILLS SLOTS READY 


for location. All havo light, drill- 
proof cabinot, knoo action, otc. These 
original MILLS SLOTS are clean as a 

whistle and pri ced to move fast! 


I SOLD ON A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! 

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AAILLS 4 BELLS 5^ Play 

Late heads. High Serials. Ready for location. Priced Right. Don’t miss out on this Special. VERY CLEAN. 


AAILLS 3 BELLS 

High Serials. These machines look as if they just came from the factory. PRICED FOR A QUICK TURNOVER. 

AAILLS 4 BELLS 3/5.-1/25. 

Late head. High Serials. Clean throughout. A very good buy. Better Phone On These. 

MILLS ORIGINAL CLUB BELLS 

Ready for location. Nickel, Dime, Quarter Play. Here’s a buy you can’t go v/rong on. PHONE FOR PRICES. 

MILLS BLUE FRONTS, SINGLE JACKS 

Serials over 400,000. Nickel, Dime, Quarter, Half Dollar Play. In stock for Immediate shipment. Priced Right. 

WRITE, CALL, OR WIRE FOR PRICES 


MILLS BLUE FRONTS, DOUBLE JACKS 

Serials 330,000 to 395,000. Nickel, Dime, Quarter, Half Dollar Play. 

CLEAN AND PRICED TO MOVE FAST! 


MILLS CHERRY BELLS 

Serials over 400,000. Nickel, Dime, Quarter and Half Dollar Play. Good, clean machines. 

SOLD ON A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE 


MILLS BONUS BELLS 

Serials over 400,000. Nickel, Dime, Quarter, Half Dollar Play. PHONE FOR PRICES. 


MILLS MELON BELLS 

Serials over 400,000. Nickel, Dime, Quarter, Half Dollar Play. Extra clean and Priced Right. 

PHONE FOR LOW DOWN 


THESE SLOTS ARE READY FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT 
AND SOLD ON A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! 

REFERENCE — FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CHICAGO 

AMERICAN AMUSEMENT CO. 

4047 W. Fullerton Ave., Chicago 39,111. Phones Belmont 0728-0729 

"IF YOU MISS US — YOU MISS MAKING MONEY" 



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MUSIC - SUPPLIES - ACCESSORIES 

3 Soeburg Wireless Cellar Jobs, wire- 1 Rajah %stic Crystal mach..$ 65.00 


less transmitter and speaker, ea. ,^350,00 3 ?j^l45 Stepper, each.,,,., 45«00 

1 Seeburg Rex R.C, original cabinet, 2 ^31 Bar Boxes, each 17.50 


cellar job with amplifier & Spkr. . ,325 ,00 3 Seeburg Bar-O-Matics 3/l0/25jzf. 49,50 

1 Seeburg V/ire less, metal cabinet 15 Wurlitzer #120 Boxes, each... 32,50 

with transmitter 300,00 10 Wur, #24 Buckley Adapters, ea 24,95 

1 Mills Throne. .,275,00 1 Wur, #430 Speaker and Box,..., 125,00 

TERMS; l/2 DEPOSIT, BALANCE C.O.D., F.O.B., N,Y. 

DAVE LOWY G CO. 

594 TENTH AVENUE (PHONE; BRyant 9-0817) NF>Y YORK CITY 


- MUSIC - 

FOR SALE - Wurlitzer Model 950 ^725,; 412 !)100, ; l»bdel 500A Keyboard v400, 

BRADISH SALES CaiPANY 

536 CENTRE STREET FREELAITD, PA. 


FOR SALE - About 800 
25^ below cost, 

P.0, BOX 574 


PUNCH BOARDS 

assorted Punch Boards, Hi-Tops, 
MASON COLBERT 


Colors, Plain, etc. “Will sell 

NEBPJ^SKA CITY, NEBR, 


REAL BARGAINS 

3 Five Ten IV^enty Bally Pinball, ea.. .^115,00 1 Victory $ 95,00 

2 Keeney Super Bolls C & F.P, 5^ ea... 310,00 1 Rev. Whirlaway 1-ball 395,00 

5 Mills 1-2-3 F,F, Each,,.., .,,, 85,00 1 Nearly New Bally Ihorobred., 550,00 

2 Exhibit Zombie, F,P,, each 65,00 2 Bally Big Top,F,F., ea 110,00 

1 Mascot, 47,50 2 Mills Jumbo, each,,,,,,,,,., 110,00 

1 Trailways 47,50 1 Sky Blazer F.P, , pinball. .. . 75.00 

3 Gold Cup Bally 1-Ball - All for JllOO.OO 

ACME AMUSEMENT COMPANY 


428 SOUTH HIGH STREET (PHONE; AD 4672) COLUMBUS, OHIO 


, - VENDORS - 

FOR SALE - 25 only brand new Shipman Stamp Vendors. Price v29.50 ea,, F.O.B, Oakland 

(kaif. 

: MILLS SALES CaiPi’iNY, LTD. 

I 1640 - 13th STREET OAKLAND 7, CALIF. 


5 Conductor Color Coded Heavy Duty Rubber Covered Gun Cable for Seeburg, pr ft.... 18/ 

6 Conductor Color Coded Heavy Duty Rubber Covered Gun Cable for all Soeburgs 

includes spare wire, per ft 23/ 

8 Conductor Color Coded Heavy Duty Rubber Covered Main Cable for all Soeburgs, 



2 Conductor #18 Broivn Rubber Covered Zip Wire on 500 Ft. metal Spools, per 

1,000 ft $25.00 

2 Conductor #18 Silk and Rubber Covered ’Wire, per 1,000 ft ,,, 20,00 

2,000; 3,500; 5,000 Ohm, 10 l/att Resistors, each 28/ 

TEIS.IS; 1/3 Deposit, Balance C.O.D, 

ATUS VENDING CaiPANY 

410 NORTH BROAD STREET (Tel: ELizabeth 2-0089) ELIZABEIH, N,J, 




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BUY and KEEP 

u.s. 


WAR BONDS 


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UNITED MANUFACTURING COMPANY 





EUREKA! 

10^ Play 

SPECIAL THICK 

No. 14392 



Av. Payout 

* 24.15 

PROFIT 

* 24.25 


Watch HARLICH ! 

H ARLICH 

MANUFACTURING roMDAMv A lAiT w. JACifSON. 


“Where boards of BETTER QUALITY /or BETTER PROFITS are made” 









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WHILE stock lasts/ 

BULAR COIN WRAPPERS 

PENNIES - DIMES - QUAlUE RS - H A LVES 
YOUR CHOICE OF DENOMINATION 
MINIMUM SHIPMENT 3opoo -3 S. P.E R Ooo 

J A FCO, I N C. (JOHN A. FITZQI6BONS) 




DESIGl'IER & MANUFACTURER 

NOTICE - After Victory, Watch Williamsi Harry Williams, Designer and Manufacturer of 
outstanding games since 1934. 

VflLLIAMS MANUFACTURING CaiPANY 

161 V/EST HURON STREET CHICAGO 10, ILL. 


CONSOLES - PINS - MUSIC • 

FOR SALE - 1 Jennings 25p' Silver Moon CP $250,; 4 Mills Jumbo Parade FP $75. ea.; 2 
Bally Big Top FP $95, ea.; 2 V/atling Big Game, clock, FP $95. ea,; 1 Monicker $75,; 1 
Topic $75,; 1 ABC Bowler $45,; 1 Spot Pool $75,; 2 Big Chief $45, ea,; 2 Wurl, ^115 
Wall Boxes $25# ea,; 1 Wurl Wireless Stepper Receiver $25, 

AUTOMATIC AMUSEMENT COMPANY 

1000 PENNSYLVANIA STREET « EVANSVILLE 10, IND. 


Big Parades . . , . . 


Do-Re-Mi 


Big Game,F,p,. , , , . 

.590.00 

Knockout s • 

. .. 105,00 

Duplex. 


Mills V,P, Ch r nm fi • - . . 

, 70,00 

Victorys 


Snappy 


Rock-Ola Conmando,., 

.525,00 

Sky Blazers . . . . • 


Silver Moon, F.P,,.. 

.110,00 

1/3 Deposit 




LEON TAKSEN 




2030 NORTH 56th 

STREET 



PHILADELPHIA 

31, PA^ 


- NEEDLES - 

FOR SALE - Jensen concert Needles, cushion action, 5,000 plays $1# ea,; 75/ ea, in 
lots of lOO, 1/3 deposit with order, balance C,0,D, 

MILLS SALES COMPANY, LTD. 

1640 - 18th STREET OAKLAND 7, CALIF. 


- PINS - 

FOR Sale - Gold Cup F.P, $59.50; Slugger $54.50; Topic $74,50; Spot Pool $65,; Velvet 
v55,; 5-10-20 $115, Good working condition, ready for location. Write at once. 

Don't delay, 

GLOBE G;JJES CaiPANY 

1230 WALNUT STREET (itel: Main 4060) CINCINNATI 10, OHIO 


DRINK VEIIDORS - WANT 

FOR SALE - 2 Vendo 5/ Frigidaire cooled Cocoa-Cola bottle drink vendors $225. ea. 
crated for shipment. WANT- All kinds of LoBoy 1/ Scales and Shipman Postage Stamp 
Vendors. R. H. ADAIR COMPANY 

6926 WEST ROOSEVELT RD, (Tel: Euclid 9219) OAK PARK, ILL, 


COMPLETE 

COIN MACHINE REPAIR SERVICE 

SPECIALIZING IN AUTCIIATIC PAYOUTS AND FREE FLAY CONSOLES 
AIL TYPES OF ARCADE EQUIPME2IT REPAIRED 
MILLS FOUR BELLS FACTORY REBUILT 
FHONOGPiAPHS REPAIRED. 48 HCUR A2.IFLIFIER SERVICE 

M. 6 L. COIN MACHINE REPAIR SERVICE 

3924 W, CHICAGO AVENUE (PHONE: BEUIONT 7005) CHICAGO 51, ILLINOIS 


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phase of the coin machine business. It is because we can appreciate the operators needs and 
his problems that we have steadfastly maintained the policies that experience has taught us will 
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ARCADE - y/ANT 

FOR SALE - 1 Mills Electric Shocker, floor model, good condition, price $65. F.O.B. 
Denver. Machine r eady for shipment. 50?^ deposit. WANT - 5^ Grandmother Prediction 
Machine mechanism must be in A-1 condition and cabinet in good condition. Pleaso 
stato manufacturer's name on said machine. 

C. J, FENDRICK 

2671 EUDORA STREET DENVER 7, COLO. 


ARCADE - COUNTERS - CONSOLE - PINS 

FOR SALE - Keeney iuiti -Air craft Brown Cab. $65.; 8 Star Electro Hoists used 3 months 
like new $95. ea.; 4 Royal Flush poker hand counter games l/5/l0/25^ play 3l5. ea.; 2 
Caliente play consoles 7 slot heads $75. ea.; 2 ABT 1/ counter billiard tables at 
$20, ea.; 9 Electro-ball pin games 5;^ ready to run $25. ea; Also slots, write nov/, 

C, D. FAIRCHILD 

324 STOLP AVEIRJE SYRACUSE, H.Y, 


SLOTS - ARCADE- MUSIC 

FOR SALE - 1 5;^ Caille 7-Way Slot $75.; Chicken Sam and Jailbird $100, ea.; Rapid 
Fire, as is, but complete $100.; Bar-O-Matics 5/l0/25^ almost new $49,50; Seeburg 
Play Boy $25,; Selectomatics, late models $39. 

TAYLOR AI.rU SEMEN T CaiPANY 

IffiWCASTLE & LONDON STS. (Tel: 911 ) BRUNSVnCK, GA. 


- MUSIC - 

FOR SALE - Immediate Delivery. Factory reconditioned A.M.I. Phonographs, original 
1 crates: TC-88 Top Flight $349.50; fl^SOl Singing Towers $525.; SC 109 Streamliner $405; 
I HB-302 HI Boy $698. 

I SOUTHERN MUSIC SALES CaiPANY 

; 727 POYDRAS STREET NEV/ ORLEANS, LA. 



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SECTIOi: 2, ra^ li 


NEED POKER TABLES? 


WRITE US QUICK/ 

DO YOU NEED ANY- 


1129, 1183 or 1503 Bulbs 

1/, or 5)^ ABT Chutes 

High Score Units for Ton Strikes 

All Parts for Ten Strikes 

All Parts for Ten Pins 

All Parts for Keeney Anti-Aircrafts 

All Parts for Keeney Air Raiders 

All Parts for Supremo Tokyo Guns 

All Parts for Genco Games 

All Parts for Poker Tables 

— FOR ANY OF ABOVE — WRITE — 


Pokerino Glasses 
Pokerino Balls 
Pokerino Flaying Fields 
Timers 

Genco Transformers 
Rectifiers 
412 Dynamic Speakers 
616 Dynamic Speakers 
24 Buckley Boxes 
32 Buckley Boxes 
WLRE --OR PHONE -- 



557 ROGERS AVENUE 


: ENTER PR 

(PHOIIE; BUCKMINSTER 2 - 8400) 


S ES 

BROOKLYN, N.Y. 


V RlrCURD Discs 

NOTICE - Record discs for 61, 71 and all other Wurlitzer Counter models recondition- 
ed. I will make your old discs the same dimensions os when new, and guarantee them 
to give satisfaction. Price 07.50 for set of 12 or $6,00 a set in lots of 5, 

HUGO JOERIS 

3208 JACKSON STREET AMARILLO, TEXAS 


lirrERAL V^ATER 

FOR SALE - Special'. 200 coses Spa-King Sparkling Carbonated Mineral Water assorted 
in splits, pints, quarts. Wonderful health drink. Good item for distributing to 
k locations. Will sell cheap. Make offer. 

I H. M. BRANSON DISTRIBUTING CaiPAJIY 

I 516 S, 2nd STREET (Tel: ^febash 1501 ) LOUISVILLE, KY. 

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SLOT PART 

! FCR SALE - You don't need a new beck escalator plate when the leather bumper arm 

I breaks off. In five minutes you can install a new Escalator Advancing Bar Stop 

I 0l.5O each, complete with directions. 

KEYSTONE NOVELTY & MFG. CO. 

26th & HUNTINGDON STREETS (Tel: Bal. 5468) PHIUDELPHIA 32, PA. 


SLOT PARTS 

FOR SALE - Hardened 20 stopstars, special Ol*50 set in 100 lots. Stars; Discs; 

Club Handles, Award Cards; Strips.; Jackpot Covers; 25;^ Tubes; Hoppers; Slides; 25;^ 
Jack Gates Bluo Front Doors, Special discounts on order 100 pieces or more. V/rite, 
Phone . 

OPERATORS SERVICE 

1624 SO. MUSKEGO AVE. (Tel: ORchard 7622) MILWAUKEE 4, ’.VISC. 


SLOTS - V^AIIT 

FOR SALE - 1 Mills 5/ War Eagle, 2-4 pay, A-1 vll5.; 4 1^ Pace Banteim slots, v20.00 
each. WA1^T - V/ill pay |375. for a Jockey Club, Turf King or Fairmont, must be in 
good condition. 

KENNETH FERGUSON 

515 N. a//EN STREET (Tel: 209-R) STILLWATER, MINN. 


MUSIC MOTORS RD/OUIID 


NOTICE - Ten days service on rev/ind V/urlitzer, Seeburg, Rockola and Mills Motors, 
only $6,50, Just send in your old motors and wc vd.ll return rewound motor to you 
C.OoD, 


JEAN J. MINIHORNE 

2916-2920 W, PICO (Exclusive Seeburg Distributors) LOS MGELES 6, fALIF. 


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CONSOLE - ARCADE - PINS - l^USIC 

FOR SALS - Keeney Track Time ^169,50; Scientific Battin^^ Practice iJ^119,50; Chicken 
Sam h^ 124*50; Pennant $69*50; Genco Baseball vl69.50* Bally Rapid Fire $195.; Scientif- 
ic Pokerino $150,; Click $69,50; Stratoliner $44.50; Spot-A-Card $79*50; Super Chubbie 
$39,50; Big Six $34.50; Wurlitzer 24 Rev, $375, All gomes in good order, 

NATIONAL NOVELTY COMPANY 

183 MERRICK ROAD MERRICK, N.Y. 


MUSIC - PINS 

FOR SaLE - Check for bargains with Checker; Mills Ihrone with adapter and 13 Keeney 
Boxes $300,; Boxes separate $4, ea,; Standard Rock-Ola with Adapter and 4 boxes $420.; 
Rock-Ola Ten Pins $50,; Knockout $105,; Five -Ten- Twenty $108,; Ump $30,; Drum Major $32, 

CHECKER AMUSEMENT COMPAIFY 

733 SIXTH AVENUE HUNnNGTON, W, VA. 


1 ARCADE - WANT 

j FOR SALE - New Poker Tables, write for particulars. WANT - Rubber balls for Poker 
; games and Arcade machines, photomatics . State quantity and price, 

aiPIRE COIN MACHINE SALES 

: 799 CONEY ISLAND AVENUE BROOKLYN 18, N.Y. 


- MUSIC - 

FOR SALE - Have for immediate sale Buckley Illuminated VTall Boxes, 24 station, 40 
Chrome Finish, 25 Blue Finish, and 25 Gold Finish. Write for price on the 90 boxes. 

38 Wire pre-war #1 cable available with boxes if desired, 

AMERICAl^ NOVELTY CaiPANY 

3155-61 GRAND RIVER AVENUE (ToI; TE-2i797l) DETROIT, MICH. 


- NEEDLES - 

NOTICE - Aeropoint is the leading wartime needle. With its new curved spring, shock 
absorbing design, . combined with its pre-vmr quality, long life tip, Aeropoint has 
tal:en the lead among men who know needles best - the coin service men. Order a 100 
lot and ger started with the needle that reduces service calls. $46,00 per 100, 

I. F. ;vEBB caipAirY 

612 N,MICHIGAN AVENUE CHICAGO, 11. ILL. 


SLOTS - CONSOLES 

FOR SALE - Mills Bonus 5^ Slots new end used ones; Keeney Super Track Times; also 10^ 
Brown Front and lO;' Silver Chrome, both are Cherry payouts. All this merchandise is 
the best, 

CHARLES PITTLE & CaiPANY 

79 BEETLE STREET NFW BEDFORD, MASS. 


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WHO HAS THESE PARTS? WE WANT THEM! 


Button Assembly for Eock-Ola Standard 
Button Assembly for Vfurlitzer 600 


Coin Chutes b/\0/Zb^ for Wur* 71 C, U, 
Trigger Mechanism for Chicken Sam Gxin 


SPECIAL SPRING SALE/ 

Rock-Ola Deluxo Dialatone with Adapt *v425 ,00>Grand Stand. ••••••••$ 79,50 


V/estern Baseball. 149,50 

Keeney Air Raider. 245,00 

Scientific Batting Practice,, , 999,50 


Wurlitzer 412 129,50 

Rock-Ola 12 Record 129,50 

Gen CO Playball, . • • 175,00 

ALL MACHINES IN A-1 SHAPE AND GUARANTEED WORKING CONDITION, 

ALSO HAVE OiTHER MUSIC, SLOTS, CONSOLES, PINS - - ^TOITE US FOR YOUR NEEDS. 

BILL CONTE 

FI SCO SALES COMPANY 


MOIRJMENT SQUARE 


(PHONE: 3486) 


HAVERHILL, MASS. 


- ARCADE - 

FOR SALE - Evans Ski Ball $80,; 3 Sky Fighters $300. ea.; 1 Western Baseball Deluxe 
1 Western Baseball »39 $60.; 2 Rapid Fires $165. ea.; 6 Seeburg Jap Guns $115. 
ea.; 2 Batting Practice $105. ea.; 1 Air Raider $220.; 2 Keeney Submarine $145. ea.- 
10 Playball, late $160.; 2 Jennings Roll-In-Ihe-Barrel $115. ea. $5, extra for cratine. 

MARCUS KLEIN 

577 TENTH AVENUE (Tel: LOngacre 5-8879) NEW YORK CITY 


- MUSIC - 

FOR SALE - Panoram Adaptors $17,50; Panoram Wall Boxes $12.50 used; 
Cable 8^ per ft,; Panoram Bases $10,; 1 Wurlitzer 716 $195. 

FROST MUSIC COMPANY 

1415 BIRCHARD AVENUE (itel: Main 3007) 


$17 #50 new; New 

FREMONT, OHIO 


- FINS - 

^R SALE - Liberty $165.; 6 Home Run $35, ea,; Bandwagon $35,; Pick »em $15,; Score 
nomp $25,; Chevron $15,; 2 Action $165, ea, ; Champ $65#; Velvet $55#; 2 Rotor Tables 
moke offer. All A-1, crating extra. l/3 with order. 

CCMMERCIAL GAMES COMPANY 

28 HARTFORD AVENUE (Tel: 1456) NEW BRITAIN, COIIN. 


FILM - 


FOR SALE - Coin Machine movies: 16 MM sound film for use in Panorams and other makes 
of coin operated machines or in any ordinary 16 MM sound projector. Special reels in 
6 and 8 subjects for use in Panorams or Panoram Solo-Vues, outright sale, reasonable 
prices. Write us immediately for complete information. 


3331 NORTH KNOLL DRIVE 


PHONOFILM 


HOLLYWOOD 28, CALIF, 


- PARTS - . 

FOR SALE - The most complete parts stock on the V/est Coast for 
our ”See-At-A-Glanco " parts department, 

JACK R, MOORE COMPANY 

1»0 ELLIOTT AVENUE, WEST 


games and phonos. Visit 
SEATTLE 99, WASH. 


GET ACnONl 

PARATROOPS 
Robviilt from Powerhouse 

TORPEDO PATRO 
Rebuilt from Formation 


MORE PROFI Tl 


mm 

PRODUCTION 
Rebuilt from Blondie 

EAGLE SQUADRON 
Rebuilt from Big Town and Big League 


BOMBARDIER SHANGRILA 

Rebuilt from Follies . Rebuilt from Mr# Chipt 

SEE THESE GAMES AT YOUR LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR TODAYJ 

S. MACHINE COMPANY 

.3017 N ORTH SHEFFIELD AVENUE (PHONE: DIVERSSY 2414) CHICAGO 14, ILL. 


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VOL. 6 NO. 32 


THE CASH BOX 


MAY 1, 1945 


SECTION 2 PAGE 1? 


vvurlitzer-seeburc-rockola 

QQ El LOTS OF 3 

OR r raPE 

• <57, 50-SINGLE LOTS 


^AOTORS REPAIRED S6 


10 DAYS SERVICE- SHIP us EXPRESS PREPAID 

BUSS U SAGE ELECTRIC CQ 


£04-310 ?AE[ siREET FOK OVER 5o YEARS 


r^iEETJ, mss. 


CIGARETTE - CANDY MACHINES 

FOR SALE — DuGrenier, Rowe, Nfctional and Unecdapak cigaretre and candy machines, all 
models, under market prices. All in good working condition ready for location. Also 
all other coin equipment, Uneedapak parts. VfANT - Will buy anything. Send your list. 

MACK H, POSTEL 

6750 N, ASHLAND AVENUE CHICAGO 26, ILL, 


COUNTER GAMES 

I FOR SALE — 9 i<fercury; 12 Gingers; 6 Cubs; 3 Imps; 3 Tots; 5 Penny packs; 1 Sparks, all 
I 1/ Cig, Machines; 1 Daval 21 nev;; 1 Groetchon 21 new; 2 Reol 21 Daval ; 1 Reel Spot; 

I 1 Bomb Hit new; 1 Bally Millvdieel; 1 New Deal; 1 Grootchen Punchette ; 1 Select, Horse 
I Dice Game; 1 Kicker and Catcher vl90, takes all one deal. l/3 deposit, 

! A. E. CONDON SALES CaiPAiff, LE//IST0N, IDA. 


SLOTS - CONSOLES 

FOR SALE - Pace Rockets ;^107.50; 5^ Pace Cornets 087,50; 10/ Pace Comets $97.50; 25/ 
^ Pace Comets vl65,; 50/ Pace Comets v400, ; 5/ Cailles $87.50; 25/ CaiHes $97,50; Mills 
1 Four Dells 0597,50, 

j GEl^ERAL NOVELTY COfjiPANY 

I 521 N, 16th STREET MILWAUKEE 3, V2ESC, 


- NEW RECORDS - 

FOR SALE - New in stock, 10,000 snappy polkas all instrumental on Harmonia Records, 
every one a nickel grabber. In addition to these we have Jerry Jerome on Asch records 
Send your orders in for quick delivery. Catalogs sent on request. All records 49/ 
prepaid if cash with orders, also C.O.D,, F.O.B. Detroit. 

ALLIED MUSIC SALES COMPANY 


3112 vVOOD'WARD AVENUE 


DETROIT 1, I£[CH, 


PARTS - WANT 

FOR SALE - Extraordinary Castings and Cabinets; 8 Sets of castings and eabinets not 
front vendor model, castings three pieces, i‘40, per set of castings and cabinet. WANT 
Packard boxes; Bally one-balls; payouts; Jumbo Parades F.O, and Phonos, 

^VESTERN DISTRIBUTORS 

1226 S,W, 16th AVENUE PORTLAND, ORE, 


TOP GLASSES 

FOR SALE - V/e have available Fruit Reel Top Glasses for Bally Big Top, 2-4 and 3-5 pay- 
out $10,50 ea, 

MECHANICS SERVICE 

2124 FIFTH AVENUE (Tel: ATlantic 0662) PITTSBURGH 19, PA, 


- PARTS - 

NOTICE - The* most complete stock on the V/est Coast - parts for phonos and games. Visit 
our ”See-At-A-G lance” parts department, 

JACK R, MOORE COMPANY 

1615 S,'W, 14th AVEI'UE P0RILAI:D 1, ORE. 

C p C I A 1 / Pimlico NEW and in original crate ;549,50. 

r L I f \ L_ . Three Mills PAI-ORAMS complete with wipers, one complete film 

two stands, one bar box, one splicing kit entire deal ^1249.50 (crating extra). 

One Kirk Guess Your Weight Scale $119,50. 

BUSH DISTRIBUTING CCIlFA?rf 

^50 EROAEWAY (PHONE: CHerry 3371) MI?H?EAPOLIS, MI?RT. 

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SECTIO:: 2, rage 18 

1 Wurlitzer 950. ?f725,00 2 Bally Rapid Fires, each'.' ..$150,00 

15 Packard Boxes, each 34,50 2 Supreme Guns, each 175,00 

2 Soeburg 3-wire Bar-O-Matics, 1 Bally Bull, Jap Conv 75,00 

5 / 10 / 25 ^, each , 39,50 Deposit with orders, 

WA N T — 


Seeburg 5^ Wall-0-J.Iatics WS2Z with Buckley 20-rec, chrome boxes with 

metal covers ^30,00 red plastic sides ;312,00 

Seeburg 5/ Selectomntics 3-wire, 22,50 Seeburg Hideaways QUOTE 

i Wurlitzer 750E and 700 Q^OTE Hills 2-5 Slot s, club reels. ,^0TE 

C. W. HUGHES G COMPANY 

336 MAIN STREET (PHONE; 17) LADOGA, INDIANA 


SLOTS - WAITT 

FOR SALE - Twin Ports' rebuilt and refinished Mills slots, 5«^, 10^ 25^ Blue Fronts, 
Brown Fronts, Club Bells and Gold Chrome Bolls, all drill proof with knee action stop 
levers and club handles. V/rite for prices. Inmediate delivery. WANT - Extraordin- 
ary casting or cabinets. No front vender models. 

TWIN PORT SALES CaiPANY 

230 LAKE AVENUE, SOlfTH (Teli MElrose 2889) DULUTBf 2, MINN, 


VENDORS - MUSIC 

FOR SALE - 24 Snack machines, 12 stands >125, for lotj 3 Seeburg 20 record cellar 
cabinets, complete with amplifier, solenoid drum and power supply v250, ea,j all ready 
for 30-wire operation; thousands of new polkas in stock. V/rite for information, 

DAVIS SALES CaiPANY 

625 ERIE BLVD., E/^ST SYRACUSE 2, N. Y. 


MUSIC - SLOTS - CONSOLE 

FOR SALE - A.M.I, Highboy Singing Towers, 40 record; 5/ Mills Bluo Front; 25)^ Mills 
Cherry Bell, factory reconditioned with new front; lilills Jumbo Bell, P,0, late head- 
Box Stands, ’ 

AUTOMATIC DISTRIBUTH:g COMPANY 

1222-24 LAFAYETTE AVENUE (Tel: C-6840) TERRE HAUTE, IIID, 


- ARCADE - 

FOR SALE - Evans Dunk Pin Alley, 40 ft. automatic pin set, coin operated or non-coin 
operated. Coin operated part has boen added. This was not orip:inal equipment but we 
Will throw it in with deal; uncrated ';^249.50. 

IDEAL NOVELTY CQviPANY 

2823 LOCUST SIEEET (Tel : PRanklln 5544) ST. LOUIS, MO. 


ARCADE - SLOTS - PINS 

FOR ^E - ABT Challenger end mot a 1 stand -315.; Columbia Gold Award Fruit Reels ^39. 50; 

Front vl77,50; 1 Monicker and 1 Red, V/hite and Blue, both for 
360.; New ABT coin chutes 34. ca. l/3 certified deposit, 

AUTaiATIC MUSIC COMPANY 

BOX 377 

INDEPENDENCE, KANS. 


WE’LL BUY 


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REPRESEJITING HAI.!ILT0N MFG. CO, "LEADERS IN THE SALE 
FIFTH AVENUE (ALL PHONES; GRANT 7818) 


PINS - WANT 

FOR SALE - Chanip v55,; Snappy j65,j Major ’41 v65,; Four Diamonds il^52,50j Repeater 
S39,50j Bandwagon v39.50; Four Roses v‘59.50; Vogue 0l5.; Scoop ^22«50; Barrage 032,50, 
WANT - Phonographs all makes, Sceburg wireless wall boxes and bar boxes. 

THE MARKEPP CajPANY 

4310 CARNEGIE AVEtIUE (Tbl: Henderson 1043) CLEELAND 3, OHIO 


RECTIFIERS REPAIRED 

NOTICE - Rectifiers repaired. Your old rectifiers rebuilt like now. Keep yoxa* games 
and phonos in A-1 operating condition. Send us your old rectifiers to be rebuilt to 
give new unit performcmee and longevity. We have rebuilt thousands. All makes, 

■typ^s, and sizes rebuilt for you at J2.50 each. Detach rectifiers from transformers 
before shipping. Transportation to us must be prepaid. All rebuilt units are return- 
ed C,0,D, plus transportation. 

BATES LABORATORIES 

571 KILL AVENUE GLEN ELLYN, ILL. 


SLOT - CONSOLE - MUSIC 

FOR SALE - 1^ Play Blue Q.T, sH0«; 2 Jennings Multiple Races v35, ea,; 2 Ultratone 
Speakers v20, oa; 1 Illumitone Speaker )20,j 1 Seeburg Voice -By-Choice turntable for 
ten and switchboard, speaker, amplifier and 10 insert display racks complete ^400,00, 

COLUMBIA NOVELTY COMPANY 

9 BLOOD STREET (Tol: 284) AMSTERD^M, N.Y. 


PHONO CASTERS 

FOR SALE - We can make irmediate shipment of our famous exclusive new Plaskite cas- 
ters for your phonos. Treat each phono on your r out e to a new set of these fine cas- 
ters. Will not s cratch hardwood floors. Price only vl.50 per set of 4 casters com- 
plete with steel sockets. 

L. BERMAN & CaiP/JIY 

114 N.W, 1st STIiEET (Tel: 3‘'-2734) EV*\NSVILLE 8, IND. 


QUALITY PRODUCTS 

There is no substitute for quality. Quality products \vill last for the duration. 

D. Gottlieb’ & caiPANY 

1140 N. KOSTNER AVEIRJE CHICAGO, ILL. 


RE-SHARP NEEDLE SERVICE" 

P.O.BOX 770 FOS.T DO05E.IOWA 

HAS A DEPENDABLE GUARAI:TSED SERVICE THAT IS SAVING MUSIC OPERATORS ALL OVER THE 
COUNTRY, A GREAT DF^ ON THEIR NEEDLE COSTS. YOU TAKE ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE WHEN 
YOU SE!ID US YOUR USED NEEDLES FOR RE-SHARPENING. ASK ONE OF THE HUNDREDS WHO ARE 
USING THIS SUPERLATIVE SERVICE. A POSTAL CARD ’WILL BRING YOU COMPLETE INFORMATION 
AND SELF-ADDRESSED SHIPPING CONTADERS, PROCRASn NATION WILL COST YOU DOUGHl 

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SATISFACTION (NJAFANTFED OR MoraY REFUNDED 
yillls 5^, Blue-3r^>n Fi j'-'.ts Gold Chromes, Silver Chromes, Club 

Consoles ojid Bonus Fells, 

Free Play Gomes, Consoles and Aronde Equipment, Largest Selection in the East, 

Write, VTire or Phone for Piices, 

25;^ SlidOo, 2/5 and 3/5 P,0,, 


Brand New Steel Welded Cash Boxes 

for Lills Slots • Each .o*. >i^l',C0 

Reward Plates for Gold Chromes 

2/5 and 3/5 Payout, Each,..,, 4.00 

Denominators for Gold Chromes, 

5, 10, 25 and 50^ Et.ch 1,00 

Knee Action. Sot. 3,50 


Complete ’-v^.th Covers, Each ^22 ,50 

ClubHandles^ Each 1 3,50 

Club HnadleSi .Cf.inted Gold Chrcmae,oa4,00 

Drill Proof.. 3ot» 3,50 

Unbreulcable ,J,P»Glassos, Each 1,00 

All T./pe Springs for Mills Slots, 


Ef>st^‘:rn Distributors for All Victory Games Conver.-ions c Immediate Delivery 


LEADER S 


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,W', READING, PA. 

NISHT PHOHE: 6077) 


TITLE STRIPS 

FOR SALE - Phono title Strips; 1000 sheets 20 strips to a sheet -1S4#25'per 1000; 2000 
sheets and over 20 to a sheet ^3,90 per lOOOs Rad spacings both sides, evenly spaced, 
easily separated, rush your order immediately, 

STERLING NOVELTY CMP ANY 

669 SOUTH BROADWAY LEXINGTON, 20, KY. 


a:jplifier 

FOR SALE - Universal amplifier, fits all model phonographs including Hi-Tone Seeburg, 
guaranteed if not satisfied return in 10 days money refiinded, :^9,»50; 

FJkSTINGS DISliilBUTING CO. 

2014 W, VLIET ST. MILWAUKEE, 5, WIS. 


- REVAMPS - 

FOR SALE - Marvel’s Baseball, tops them al Y. for constant player appeal and making 
money, price only 0179,50. 1/3 deposit,. Balmce C.O.D., F.O.B, 

MID-^ST.LtE C0Ii?/vNY 

2848 ROOSE'/ELT ROAD (Tel: S>\C 269l) CHICAGO 1?, ILL. 


MUSIC REPAIRED - ORGAN 

NOTICE - Vfe repair, buy, sell and exchange amplifiers, microphones, speakers, motors 
pick-ups. Presto and Federal Recorders. Will sacrifice Hammond Novacord Organ 1940, 
01800.00, 

ALLIED SOUND EQUIFMEIiT COMPANY 

300 WEST 56th STREET (Tel: OOLUMBUS 5-8976) NE’.V YORK CITY 


- MUSIC - 

FOR SALE - Rock-Ola President with 3 Rock-Ola Par Boxes and 100 ft. of wire. 

VIC I.LA:1HARDT CaiPANY, inc. 

547 ;i. 16th STREET MILWAUKEE 3, WIS. 


- lai.:ps - 

FOR SALE - Now on hand for immediate delivery. Case lots of 120 lamps, 2000 hour 
long-life electric lito bulbs: 25 Watt I5;e er,; 40 ’Watt 15/ ea,; 60 Watt 15/ ea,; 

100 'Watt 20/ ea. Trices of other lamps furnished upon request, 

IRVniG SALES can ANY 

2757 S. LINE3ARGER TERRACE (Tel: 3R 123a) • MILWAUKEE 7, WlS. 


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WRITE _FOR COM PLETE DETAIL S ' 

PHOTOMATTCS * SICEE-BALLS 

;Vc have Cards at Factory Prices, including ’’Grandmother" , "T.!ystic Pen" and , 
"Paper Love Letters" 


Send For Complete List of Over 500 Factory Rebuilt and Artistically Repainted 
Arcade Machines, 


BUY FRai A RELIABLE sa'RCB ------- RE IN BUSINESS SINCE 1912. 

M I K E M U"N V E S 

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MOtOR REhAiR 

NOTICE - Phono lotors repaired and exchanged. Specialists in repairing Wurlitzer, See- 
burg, Rock-Ola and Mills motors. 7 day delivery. All work guaranteed# Try us with 
one motor, only $7, 

M. LU3ER 

503 W, 41st STREET (Tel: LOngacre 3-5939) NEW YORK CITY 


SCALES REBUILT 

NOTICE - Protect and hold that locationl We *11 rebuild your old scales and make ’em 
look like new# (Est, 1889) 

WATLING MANUFAC WRING CO. 

4650 .’W, FULTON ST. (Tel: Col, 2770) . CHICAGO, ILL. 


SLOT PARTS - CIG. VENDERS 

FOR SALE - Complete line of Mills original parts at factory prices. Also 100 cigarette 
vending machines at greatly reduced prices for inmediate delivery, comprised of the 
following: 9—30 Nationals, 9—50 Nationals, 9 and 15 col. Uneedapaks, DuQronier ".7", 
"vro" and "LS". All are in excellent condition. »/rtte for prices today# 

SILENT SALES CaiPANY 

200 ELEVENIH AVENUE, SO. (Tel: Geneva 3645) MINIJEAPOLIS, 15, MIIRJ. 


. UERCH^iNDISE & SALESBOARDS 

I NOnCE - Salesboard operators and distributors. \lo specialize in merchandise peculiar 
' to tho southwest, northwest, inter-mountain territory and old Mexico, attractively 
combine with high class salesboards; 'Write for catalog and full particulars. 

MOUIJTAIN STATES SPECIALTY CaiPANY 

1529 PRINCETON AVENUE (Tel: 4—6798) SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 


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REBUILDING AND REFINISHING 

ALL TYPES OF SLOT MACHINES . 

10 DAY SERVICE SEIFD US YOUR MACHINES 

1. Mechanisms will be completely overhauled. 2# Worn parts v/ill be repaired or 
replaced. 3# All metal parts will be cleaned and lubricated. 4# Cabinets will be 
cleaned, repaired and refinished. 5. New club handles if desired or necessary. 

6# Front of machine ivill be completely finished. 

ALL LA’^OR AND PARTS CaiTLETELY GUAR/JTTEED. ONE Ca.TLETE JOB 'WILL CONVINCE YOU. 

CENTRAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

4245 - 47 FULLERTON A''/ENUE (AIL PIIOTIES; SPaulding 1670-1) CHICAGO, 39, ILL. 


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MILLS FACTORY ORIGINALS 
Orig* Chrome, 471610, 2/5 

Like New....... .$650.00 

25/ Copper Chrome, S/S, ,495.00 

10^ Copper Chrome, 2/5 .,375,00 

5/ Copper Chrome, 2/5. 325.00 

25^ Brown Cherry Boll, 3/5.,., ,375,00 

10^ Brown Cherry Bell, 3/5 325,00 

5/ Brown Cherry Bell, 3/5 ,,,,,,,,, ,250,00 

5/ Original Chrome, 2/5 ,325,00 

12 5/ Blue Fronts, CH, KA, 3/5 195,00 

2 5/ Vest Pockets, Blue and Gold..... 55,00 

REBUILTS LOOK LIKE NEW 
6 5/ Blue Fronts, CH, KA, 2/5 .$225,00 

5 10;^ Blue Fronts, CH, KA, 2/5 250,00 

3 25;zf Blue Fronts, CH, KA, 2/5 325.00 


JENNINGS LIKE NEW 

12 25/Victory Chief 2/5 . $350,00 

15 lO^ictory Chief 2/5 300.00 

21 5/ Victory Chief 2/5 250,00 

4 25;^ Silver Chief 2/5 375,00 

1 25/ 4 Star Chief, 3/5 300,00 

1 5^ 4 Star Chief, used, 3 / 5 .. .,150,00 

MISCELLANEOUS 

1 Chicago Revolve double Stand .. ,$50,00 
8 Chicago Single Cabinets. ...... • 80,00 

6 Chicago Double Cabinets ....... ,115,00 

4 Mills Double Cabinets, Single 

Door ,.,,,,, 65,00 

500 PIN GAMES - - WRITE FOR PRICES 
1/3 DEPOSIT REQUIRED 


MITCHELL NOVELTY COMPANY 


1629 WEST MITCHELL STREET 


(PHONE: Mitchell 3254) 


MILWAUKEE 4. WISCONSIN 


'TffiOLLSALE BOARITDEALS 

FOR SALE - board operators and distributors: Chocolate candy deals ahd many other 
attractive fast selling merchandise deals. Complete line of push cards and merchan- 
dise - immediate delivery. Write for details and confidential price list today. V/e 
sell wholesale only. 

GLADY sales CaiPANY 

809 V/EST MADISON STREET (Tel: HAymarket 3695) CHICAGO 7, ILL. 


1-BALLS - CONSOLES 

FOR SALE - Club Trophy; '41 Derby F,P,. Fortune F.P., Fortune F.P,, Grand Stand P.O,; 
Turf Champ Victorious; Super Track Times; Dark Horse; Sport Special, Write us today 
for complete details, 

PALISADE SPECIALTIES CaiPANY 

498 ANDERSON AVENUE (Tel: Cliffs ide 6-2892) CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J, 


FOR SALE - For best prices 
plain heading punch boards 

312 CARROLL STREET 


PUNCH BO/.RDS 

on all types of Punch Boards, both money pvmch boards and 
in all sizes, write; 

A. N. S. CaiPANY 

EU'IRA, N.Y, 


SLOTS - CONSOLES 

FOR SALE - Mills Brown Front 5/ play sj275,; Gold Chrome, one Cherry payout 5/ play $ 
1^295,; Gold Chrome, one cherry payout 10;^ play $295.; Silver Chrome Z/5 payout $275,; 
Bakers Pacers, DD, Gold Award, check separator, excellent appearance $375,; Jennings 
Liberty Bell $85,; Bally Roll ’Bn $150,, excellent condition, 

B. D. LAZAR CCJTPANY 

1635 Fifth Avenue (Tel: Grant TB^B) PITTSBURGH 19, PA. 


FART <"5o5A 

$ 3.50 EA. 

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AND FOUR BELLS 

PAUL A, LAYMON 

Manufacturers Dlstri butor 


FART.A505A 

$350 EA, 

5<t'* l0(t'25<t 


LOS ANGELES 15. CALIF. 


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70L7 TUBES 

NO LONSER NEEDED FOR SEE6URG WALL BOXES 

A PERFECT REPIJ^CEIIENTl A TUBE VfiETH WIPED ADAPTOR THAT REALLY vroUKS! 

CLur Tests in Seeburg Vfell Boxes Show Powerful, Long Life Efficient OperationI 

TUBE WITH ADAPTOR-EACH $3.^ 

10 OR MORE -EACH $2.70 

NO WIRING NECESSARY -JUST PLUG IN,' 
SOLD WITH AN ABSOLUT E GUARANTEE.' 

CONSOLIDATED DISTRIBUTING' CO 

1307 YfALDHEIM HTILDITICt KANSAS CITY 6, MO, 


DRINK vmoRg - milT 

FOR SALE - 10 late model automatic 5^ Drink Vendors, non-carbonated, electrically re- 
frigerated $250, ea. WANT - Gottlieb Liberty $115,; Keep ’Em Flying $105, j Stage Dtxjr 
Canteen $150,; Sky Blazer $65,; Genco Four Aces $95,; Exhibit Slcy Chief $135, 

IMPERIAL VENDING COMPANY 

4746 MARKET STREET PHILADELPHIA 39, PA. 


PARTS - WANT 

FOR SALE - Mills original clock springs. We convert Mills Stop Levers to Knee Action. 
WANT - Mills clocks and 10^ and 25;;^ Escalators; Clock Arms roller type ^011; Coin ad- 
vancing bar operating lever ^2624; Escalator parts ^5^3673, jf2799, ^683, ^634, #2997. 

COLELIAN NOVELTY CaiPANY 

1023-25 FIFTH AVENUE (Tel; Main 1323) ROCKFORD, ILL. 


SLOTS - CONSOLES 

FOR SALE - 2 A,C, 5^ 7 slots $125, ea,; Caille 45-6 slot 5/ floor model $95,; 

Brand new Mills 5^ Glitter Gold Q, T, ^147,50; Exhibit consoles 5^ Dominette and Long- 
champ $35, ea, ; used Mills slot clocks $5, ea, 

BUSINESS STIMULATORS 

4912 E, WASHINGTON ST. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 


FINS - ARCADE - VfAIIT 

FOR SALE - ’42 Homo Run $85,; Texas Ivfustang $65,; Target Skill $38; 

Paradise $42.; Five, Ten, Twenty $110,; Skee Jump $50,; Pokers mth stand $65, l/s 
Deposit, WAfIT - Do Ro Mi, Brazil, C,C, Hockey, 

MOHAWK SKIIL GAIIES COMPANY 

86 SNCT/DEN AVENUE SCHENECTADY, N.Y, 


- SLOTS - 

I For S/»LE - Factory reconditioned, used t’Aro weeks, tip top appearance and mechanical 
I condition, all 3-5 pay, 20 stop reels, single J.P, and Club Handles; 1 5^ War Eagle 
i $150,; 1 5^ Roman Head $150,; 1 Blue Front $170. 

JOHN M. STU/wRT 

1 229 MT. AIRY AVEIJUE PARIS KY. 


- 1-BALLS - 

I FOR SALE - 1-Ball payouts, all refurbish^, perfect condition, look and work liko nrw; 

2 Grand Nationals, 1 Paco J135. ea.; 1 Grand Sta.nd vl25,; 1 Ihistledown $75.; 1 War 
j Ach.iral J195o; 1 Sport King $400,; 2 Kentuckys J400, ea. Price includes careful crat- 
ingt 1/3 certified deposit required, balance C.O.D. , F.0.3, 

THE R. F. VOGT DISTRIBUTORS 

MILI'IER HOTEL BLDG. SaLT LAKE CITY, UTAH 


PUNCH BOARDS 

FOR SiiLE - Several thousand punch boards, pre-war. Good buyl 

X-CEL NOVELTY CafPA!IY 

52-40 N„ 11th STREET • (Tel: MIC 2624) 


PHILADEPHIA 41, PA. 


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HARO-TO-QET PAKTS AND SUPPLIES 

15 n Adaptors for Panorams (Wall Box Operation) •• ••llO.OO Ba, 

25fev Keeney 20 Record Wall Boxes, Completely Recon.. 7,50 ” 

felt pads for Panoram Film Cleaning Mechanism, 


Minimum order, 100 Pads ,03 ” 

Film Cleaning Fluid, per gallon 4,50 

6SC7 METAL Tubes 1.30 " 

6 * Keeney Adapters for Mills Empress........ ,25,00 ” 

1 * rveeney Adapter for Rock-Ola IWin Twelve.. ... ..,37,50 

7 > New Film Splicers 3,95 

50 - Hour Westinghouse, 250 Watt Projection Lamps for 

Solo-Vues . . . . .$2 .00 ea. Plus Tax 


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BRAND N©7 BAR BRACKETS FOR PACKARD AND SIMILAR TYPE BOXES 
CLAMP TYPE NO SCREWS NECESSARY! 

i 5.00 

WRITE FOR QUANnTY PRICE! 

ALL IffiRCHANDISE SUBJECT TO PRIOll SALE 
Terms: l/3 Deposit: Balance C.O.D. 

OLD TYPE GOTTLIEB PIN TABLES. 
NOT NECESSARILY WORKING BUT 
ALL PARTS EXCEPT LEGS, GLASS, 
PLUNGER, BALL LIFT OR BALLS 
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2 C0LU?.^BUB CIRCLE PHONE; Circle 6-6651 NEV^ YORK 19, N.Y. 



- actessories - 

FOR SALE - Brand new Wurlitzer 15 inch 5200 Ohm Speakers, limited nunber left ^24.95 
ea. ; 12 inch P,M, Speakers, 25 Oz, Magnets s)lO, ea, ; only limited number left, 2 Cond. 
5 Cond, 7 Cond, 32 Cond, VTire. V/rite, Wire, We can supply lots of hard to get items, 

T. B. HOLLIDAY CaiPANY 

1200 W, MOREHEAD ST. CHARLOTTE, N.C, 


- MUSIC - 

FOR SALE - 16 Seeburg DeLuxe Selectomatics 5 ^ DS20-I2, S-v/’ire, in perfect \/orking or- 
der, covers in A-1 Condition v36.50 ea, F.O.B, Boston, Hass. l/3 Deposit with order, 
balance C.O.D, 

BACK BAY SALES CaiFANY 

350 NEWBURY STREET (Tel; CO 1799) BOSTON, MASS. 


MUSIC - ARCADl - CONSOLES - PINS - SLOTS 

FOR SALE - Mills Panoram )385.; Supreme Gun, new rev., Jl90.j Evans Tommy Gun ^100,; 
Victory Vfurlitzer 24 ^450,; Victory Pin Ball ';B5.; Galloping Domino 1941 ^175,; Mills 
5;^ Melon Bell J150.; Seeburg 9800 j550,| Watling 10/ Rolatop jP5,j Mills lOj Blue Front 
5192.; Watling 5/ Rolatop 5100.; Watling 1/ 520, 

BELMONT VENDING COI.IPANY 

700 MAIN STREET (Tel: 9535 Bridgeport, 0.) BRIDGEPORT, OHIO 


PINS - MUSIC - ARCADE - SLOT - 

FOR SALE - 2 Fox Hunts J20, ea.; 1 Production and 1 Bombardier like new J60, ea,; 3 - 
71 V/urlitzers v^ith stand 5175, ea.; 1 Keoney Subnarine 5125.; 1 Pace Slur Proof 580,. 
20 Sparky* s 53,00 ea, 

GILLES AMUSEMENT CaiPANY, OSAGE, IOWA 


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PINS 

2 Scoops, each. • • . . • .^14 »50 1 Polo .^24.50 2 Lucky, each • • . . . *^4. 50 

1 Triumph 16,50 1 Doughboy. 29.50 1 Jolly............ 24.50 

2 Short Stop, each.,- 27,50 2 Roxy, each 34.50 

MUSIC 

1 Wurlitzer 24 with Buckley Adapter in original cabinet, but for cellar use. 

Needs repairs ,i)l50,00 

2 Rock-Ola 16' s, each ;$135,00 2 'kYurlitzer 616' s, each 175,00 

1 Hock-Ola 12 75,00 2 Wurlitzer 24' s, each,.,,.,., 299,50 

SLOTS 

2 5^ Blue Front nechanisns only, ea. ,$110,00 1 25^zf Blue Front Mechanism, ,, .$145 .00 

1 10^ Blue Front mechanism 119.50 All original 3»5 pay and perfect, 

ARCADE 

2 Bowling League, 9 ft, Skee balls, floor samples, each crated, each... $185,00 

JULES OLS HE IN & COMPANY 

1100 BROADWAY (PHONE; 5-0228) ALBANY, N.Y, 


SERVICE - WANT 

NOTICE - As exclusive Distributor for the Rock-Ola Manufacturing Corporation we offer 
the New England: operators the best in service and parts, WANT - Y/ill buy all types 
of phonographs. Quote prices and quantity, 

J. J, GOLUIffiO & COMPANY 


116 NEWBURY STREET 


BOSTON 16, tlASS. 


- RECORDS - 


FOR SALE - Complete stock of records in stock, Victor, Majestic, Columbia 10" 53^; 
12" 79;^ and vl»05; Keynote 10" and Asch 10" 53/, 79/ and $1,05, Send for lists, and 
other makes. 


ABBOTT APPLIANCE AND MUSIC COMPANY 


2101 GRAND CONCOURSE 


BRONX, N.Y. 


S ,, NOW IS THE TIME TO DISPLAY ^ 

SOLD CLORY-VICTORV SPEAKER-BAFFLES S 

T Y/e have just a fev/ left attractive ... .outstanding. ..,,,, inspiring T 

T Masterful drawing of American Flag in full color on silk with inscrip- T 
tion "ON TO VICTORY" - solid, substantial gold frame - complete with 
C picture light, hanging wire and hardware for installing speaker, C 

R Scientific acoustically treated baffle. Overall size 33" x 41" R 

i CLOSE -OUT PRICE $30.50ea^ • 

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CONSOLES - PINS 

FOR SALE - Make offer. 4 Brand new Super Bells; 3 Brand new Club Pell (push button); 
Revamps never used; 1 Grand Canyon; 2 ivrizona; 2 Bra'zil; 2 Oklahoma; 1 Idaho; 1 
Wagon Wheels; 1 Streamliner; 4 Brand new Bally Dandys, pre-vmr, 

DURSELL NOVELTY QOIvIPANY 

176 ARCH STREET (Tel; 515T-W) - NEW BRITAIN, COmi. 


- MUSIC - 

FOR SALE - 2 Singing Towers, used less than six months, walnut cabinets, perfect con- 
dition $375, ea, 1/3 deposit, balance C,0,D, 

MILLS S/.LES & SERVICE 

104 W, MAIN SIEEET DANVILLE, ILL. 


EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA AND SOUm NEW JERSEY OPERATORSU 
We are now delivering PFANSTIEHL Coin Llachino Needles, 

SAME PRE-WAR CARD * SAl'E PRE-WAR PRICE 
Orders filled to operators in above territory only, 

SCOTT-CROSSE CaiP^NY 

1423 SPRING GARDEN STREET PHILADELPHIA, 30, PA, 


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BALLY GAUGE PLATES, ALSO KNOWN AS BALL EJECTOR PLATES $1.00 

BALLY ESCUTHION PLATES - NEV TYPE - ALL ONE PIECE, BEi“TER THAN fflE PRE^TAR MODELl.OO 
OLD TYPE MODEL WITH BRASS BUSHING, COIIPLE^TE VrCTK VfASHER, SCRg.VS AND BUSHING. .. .1.50 

"THE BIGGEST LITTLE TOOL ON THE JOB" 

THE BAKER SOLDERING GUN AIIS'/ZERS THE SKILLED SERVICE HAN’S DELIAITD FOR A HANDIER SOLD- 
ERING TOOL. IT KEATS TO A SOLDERING TE1.IPERATURE IN A FEW SECONDS FOlLOVnNG PRESSURE 
ON THE TRIGGER. LIGHT V/EIGHT (6 oz.) BUT POV/ERFUL - CAPABLE OF INTENSE HEAT - wDRKS 
EASIER IN CRrJIPED AND SMAIL PIWtCES. WRITE FOR DESCR:^FTIVE FOLDER. 

WJRLITZER ROTARY SELECTOR STAR WHEEL DUIIBELL PINS - PRECISION M/.DE CASE HARDENED 
FOR LONG LIFE 45;^ ea. DISTRIBUTORS WRITE FOR QUANTITY PRICES. 


PHILLIPS SALES COMPANY 

1624 CHICAGO AVENUE HINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 

IIUSIC - ARCADE - PARTS ■ 

FOR SALS - 10 Units Vfired llusie, Girard turn tables, cabinets records racks complete, 
Yfritet 3 Bowling League Alleys used 30 days $225,; New Rock-Ola amplifiers for Com- 
mando, Super, Master, Standard, DeLuxe models, write; Chicken Sam G\an cable, 8 ft. 
lengths $1,40 ea,; Selinuim rectifiers $6,95, 

M. B, W, ASSOCIATES 

1785-97 UNION STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF, 


SLOTS - PARTS - PINS 

FOR SALE - Mills Bonus 10/ play, over 400,000 serial, very clean $275,; 3 ea, ?5/ and 
5/ Gooseneck slots $25, ea,; 5/ Q,T, like new $110,; Cabinets and parts for Jennings 
Free Play Slots; 5/ Rolatop nev/ly reconditioned by Vfatling $150,; new 1/ and 5/ chutes 
$3,50 ea,; Home Run ’42 $79,50; 2 Miami Beach $65, ea,; 2 Ten Spots Jap $65, ea, 

GEKERi'iL COIN M/.CHINE CaiPANY 

227 NORTH 10th STREET PHIL/.DELPHIA, PA. 


- MOTORS - 

FOR SALE - 50 Brand nevr General Industries Rockola turntable motors ^17,50 ea.; Limit 
of 2 to a customer. We honestly believe that these are the only brand new turntable 
motors available today. First come, first served. 

KING PIN GAMES COMPANY 

826 MIILS STREET (j, R, ’’Pete" PIETERS) KALAMAZOO, 21, MICH. 



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OPENIN5 SPECIALS 


ONE- BALL FREE PLAYS 

CLUB TROPHY 5350,60 KEE'rfSY CONTEST 5159,50 

BLUE GRASS. 195,00 VICTORIOUS 1944 (Rev),. ,159,50 


IN STOCK FOR miEDIATE DELIVERY 
PIMLICOS 
‘41 DERBY S 
SPORTSMEN (rev) 

FOREIGN COLORS (REV) 

DARK HORSE 


CONSOLES 

PACES RkCES (Red Arrow) Factory Rebuilt $199,50 

BALLY ROLL 'EM (Reconditioned) 149,50 

KEENEY TRACK TIMES *38 97,50 

KEENEY TIL.CK TBIES ‘37 39.50 


NEvf REVAlJlPED FIVE-BALLS 


Okl ahoma 5^50, 00 

Flat Top 250,00 

Flying Tigers ......209,50 

Eagle Squadron .139,50 

Bombardier ,139, 50 


Marines $199,50 

Bally Liberty., 149,50 

Casablanca 209.50 

Invasion 165,00 

5-10-20 (Used) 119.50 


P BALLY CONVOY $219.50 BALLY BULL $97.50 


PT.ENTY OF READY CASH TO BUY ; One-Balls - Consoles - Slots - Pin Games - Arcade 

Equipment - Phonographs. Send us your list first. 
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FOR SALE - Used Buckley Steel Cabinets, Adaptors, and Hideaway Systems complete with 
Boxes. If interested, vn*ite for price. Used Galloping Dominos, 1941 Jpckpot Model, 
I\vo-Tone Cabinet $349.50, Terms: l/3 deposit, balance shipped C.O.D, 

ROANOKE VENDING MACHINE EXCHANGE, INC. 

533 CENTER AVENUE, N.W. ROANOKE 17, VA. 


- ARCADE - 

FOR SALE - Buckley Treasure Island Diggers $95.; Dome Top, Roll ^hute Merchanbnan 
Diggers $80,; 1 Exhibit Jumbo Digger, Streamline $125,; Mutoscopo Fan Door Crane $100, 
Deposit required. 

HERB EVERSCHOR 

275 S. HIGH STPJ3ET COLUJJBUS 15, OHIO 


200 HOUR -750 WATT PROJECTION 
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STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT 


Idaho. .$250»00 

Arizona. • 250,00 

Grand Canyon 250,00 

Santa Fe». 250,00 

Brazil, 250.00 


Streamliner $250.00 

Oklahoma.. 250,00 

'./agon liVheels, . . . . . • 250,00 

Foreign Colors 249.50 

Flat Top 250,00 


Marines At Play. $199. 50 
Casablanca, .... . 209,50 
Pin Up Girl 199.50 


USED GAMES :THOROLY RECONOITIONEO 

Argentine 79,50 Victory, 89,50 Monicker ........ $ 84.50 

Bosco. 79,50 Four Aces. 129.50 Topic 84.50 

Band vVagon. ....... . 39,50 Formation 39,50 Air Force. 84.50 

Big Chief 42,50 Gold Star 35,00 Towers 69,50 

Defense (Genco).... 92,50 Keep ’em Flying..., 149,50 V/ildfire 54.50 

All Our Usod Games Are Clean Inside and Out, Mechanically OK 
and Packed in New Cartons, Assuring safe Arrival. 


ARCADE EQUIPMENT 


RELACQUERED IN ORIGINAL COLORS, DECAL COMANIAS, NEV/ COIN CHUTES, AND 
ARE IN FIRST CLASS OPERATING CONDITION 


8 Bally Rapid Fire, each ^189,50 

4 Bally Torpedos, each 179,50 

2 Keeney Submarine Guns, each.... 189,50 
1 Batting Practice 99,50 

1 Zingo 325,00 

2 Drivemobiles, each 375,00 

3 Sky Fighters, each 325,00 


5 Keeney Air Raiders, each. $185. 00 
3 Supreme Tokio Guns, each, 194.50 

1 Seebur g Hockey. • 75,00 

2 Liberators, each,,,..,., 275,00 

2 Super Bombers, each -400,00 

1 Vilhee Gee Mystic (New),,, ,,,,,,, , 229,50 
1 Shoot-A-Bazooka 229,50 


FARTS AND ACCESSORIES 


GLASS FOR AIL PIN GAMES, case of (8) lites $12.50 

GLASS FOR ALL ONE-BALLS, case of (s) lites 13,50 

PIN GAME CARTONS, NB/, each 2,75 

NE»'/ bally rapid FIRE MOTORS, complete with Gear Casing, each.. 25,00 

ORIGINAL CHILCO BULBS vmiTE 


V/E CARRY IN STOCK AT ALL TIIvIES TEIE FOLLOWING 'HARD TO GEf* PARTS 
Title Strips, Phono Noodles, Vfurlitzer Gears, Contact Kits, Live and Dead Rubber 
Rings, Coin Chutes, Steel Balls, Coils, Phono Tubes and an assortment too nximerous 
to mention. V/rite us what you need! 

SLOTS- WRITE US YOUR NEEDS 


TERMS; l/s lEPOSIT ON ALL ORDERS, B/iLANCE C.O.D. 


\A/A KIT Pins, Slots, One-Balls, Phonos. Advise what you 

1 V V /A 1 N I have and best price in firg*t ^ letter. 

EASTERN SALES COMPANY 

FRED IVERSON SERVICE - RELIABILITY - CO-OPERATION JOHN BILOTTA 

1824 EAST MAIN STREET (PHONE - CULVER 5278) ROCHESTER 9, N.Y, 


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FOR SALE — Coin chutes; Bulbs; Coils; Rectifiers; V/rappers; Counters; Collection Books 
Title Strips; Zip Cord; Fuses; Fustatos and Fusetrons; Rubber Bunpers. V/hat do you 
need? Vfrite to Pincus for parts. 

COIN MACHINE SERVICE COMPANY 

2307 N. ’.YESTETJI AVEIIUE CHICAGO, ILL. 


MUSIC - ARCADE 

FOR SALE - 20 Seeburg Remote Speakers $27.50 ea, ; 5 Tailgunners vl25, ea,; 1 Poker 
and Joker v84,50, 1/3 cash with all orders. 

3 & B NOVELTY CaiPAl/Y 

621 W, MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. 


Help Win the War. Buy V/ar Bonds and Stomps then Coin Machine equipment, 

JOURD V/KITE SALES COMPAIIY 

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OKLAiiaiA 


IDAHO. 


FLYH^'G TIGER 


READY 
FOR 
IMMEDIATE 


PIN UP GIRL 

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DELIVERY’ 


CASABLANCA.-. 


(REVAMP) 

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. FOR 
PRICES 


FIN GAI!^ - Thoroly Cleaned and Reconditioned - - - - - 


Belle Hop, 


Boloway . . . , 
Brite Spot. 



Jeep (Rev) 



Jungle ............... 



Majors, ’41.......... 

55.00 


Me rrv-Go— Round . . . . . . . 



Me tr o... ...... ....... 

.-42 .50 


Midway (United) 



Tii ke New .. .., ..... 



Miss America (Rev),.. 



Moni cker 

85.00 


Pan Ameri oan ......... 

55.00 


P lay Bal 1............ 



Pursuit 



Rotati on .... ......... 



Sch ool Dr> ys .... ...... 


..RQ.fSO 

S fifi HjnvV .. .......... 


,.,55.00 


Ready To Operate! 

Se ve n Up#........^5P«S0 

Sink the Jap.,,,, 69,50 
Sky Blazer , 85,00 

Sky Ray..,..,..., 49,50 

Slugger 69,00 

Snappy, *41..,,., 55,00 

South Paw,,, 69,50 

Tail Gunner(Conv) 64,50 
Target Skill..,,, 39,50 

Ten Spot, 55,00 

Topic,.,,,....,.. 65,00 

Twin Six 49,50 

Venus,. 90. CO 

Wild Fi re 49,50 

Yanks 115.00 

Zi g Za g . , , 65,00 


MEDimi SIZE PLASTIC BUMPERS (USED) |2 ,75 Dozen 

All Equipment Ihoroly Reconditioned 

SLOTS 

Dark Horse, F,P, , , , ,pl85 ,00 Sport Event ., .$169,00 

Record Time, 175,00 Sport Special, , 179,50 

Owl, 1-ball FP $79.50 


Mills 5^2^ Q.T $ 89.50 

Mills B.F,, C.H 225,00 

Jennings 25^ 4 Star Chief 275,00 
Columbia 5/ D.J, ,75,00 

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2848 ROOSEVELT ROAD 
CHICAGO 12, ILLINOIS 


- PINS - 

FOR SALE - Attention 55., very clean; Sara Suzy )25,50; Sparky $25,; League Leader 
$35,; Wow $29,50; Ihree Up $35,50; Big Chief $39,50, 

A. B. THaiSOK 

1610 - 19th AVENUE OAKUJID 6, CALIF, 


ARCADE EQUIRIEITT 

2 Ace Bombers, each $295 ,00 1 Shoot Your Way to Tokyo ,,,.$175.00 

3 Seeburg Japs, each 100,00 1 Rex Bowling League 150,00 

1 ociontific Pool Table 125,00 1 Seeburg Shoot -the-Chute 100,00 

Ngy FIN GAt-IES 

Oklahoma $250.00 Cover Girl $225,00 Flat Top ,$250.00 

Ari zona . . 250,00 American Beauties. 199, 50 Foreign Colors.... 'Write 

Now Fin Game Cartons, each ^200 

H. Z. VENDING 6 SALES COMPANY 

1205-07 DOUGLAS STREET (FHONES; AT 1121 - WA 8428) ai/JfA 2, NEBIiASKA 

"NEBI^ASKA’S LARGEST DISTRIBUTOR” 


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F0i\. SALl. - Soeburg Ray-O-Lites Jap and Hitler Targets, also Shoot-the -Chutes, newly 
painted and decorated, thoroughly rechockod, complete with console base, price $155, 

W. B. NOVELTY CdfPANY, INC. 

1903 V/ASHINGTON BLVD. ST. I/JUIS, MO. 

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5 HOC K -OLA- COMMANDOS iSS.O. EA. 
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FOR 3AI.E - Chocolate Fudge Bar Deal: 24 12 oz. Chocolate Fudge Bars. 800 hole soles- 
hoard at 3^ per sale takes in v24. Your cost per deal vlO,95; 5 deals v47,50 F.O.B, 
Hays, Kansas, l/o Deposit. 

PRECISION NOV^ELTY HOUSE, HAYS, KANS. 



RLE SKEE BA 

3“l/8" for 14 foot Alleys. Each 55^ Per 100 $52,00 

2-3/4” for 9 foot Alleys Each 45/ Per 100,.,,, 35,00 

2-1/2” for Play Balls and Roll-In-The-Barrel Each 45/ Per 100,, $35,00 

BLOCK MARBLE COMPANY 

PARTS and SUPPLIES for the Coin Machines Trade 
1527 FAIRIvIOUNT AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 30, PA, 


LAMPS - TUBES 

FOI: SAI.E - Big Lanips G,E, Mazda 15, 25, 40, 60 1/Vatt, 120 to case, 7/ ea,; Small Lamps 
Uest, Mazda 51, 55, 63, 3^/ ea,; 44, 46, 50 4^ ea, • ^7 7^/ ea.; #1129 8^/ ea,; 25 
ft, all rubber extension drop lights complete 15/ per ft,; 50 ft, all rubber exten- 
sion drop lights complete 13/ per ft,; 6SC7 Tubes 90/ ee , 

ARCADE BULB Ca..TAlIY 

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A3T Coin Chutes 
Ball Lifts 
Armature Plates 
Ball Shooters 
Bell Locks 
Bulbs - All Types 
Punpers - All Types 
Escalator Gears 
Escalator Belts 


LoggBolts ~ 

Fuses - All Types 
Springs-All Types 
Payout Units 
Payout Tubes 
Steel Balls 
Transforme rs 
Time Clocks 
Veeder Counters 


Payout Slides 
Glass - All Sizes 
Jack Plugs 
Cash Boxes 
Slot Parts 
Pin Gome Doors 
Switches -All Types 
Cabinet Rail 
Relay Coils 


Drive Arms 
Plastic Islands 
Drive Motors 
Punps 

Pigtail Wire 
Rubber Rings 
Tilt Assembly 
Line cord 
Back Glasses 

MORE. 


FIN GAME CARTONS $2,75 EACH 
SPECUJ. DEAL TO BUYERS OF PARTS T0TALI!IG $50, OR 
WRITE FOR COILPLETE LIST AND PRICES. 


SPECIAL CLOSE OUT OF ONE-BALLS 

ROCKINGHAM - Like Fairmount - Revamped from Grandstand, each ,,,..$350.00 

GRA::D STAIHDS - Rebuilt, Repainted and Reconditioned with Rcscreened Panels. 

Thoy Look Like New. Each 150 00 

ATTENTION DISTRIBUTORS/" 

Write Us For Complete Information On the Distribution of Our Rovrjnps in Y»ur Territoi 

GOOD DEAL FOR GOOD DISTRIBUTORS 


GA?.IES Nav IN PRODUCTION 

CASABLANCA from Glamour ♦ FLYING TIGERS from Floyball ♦ SKY RIDER from Pan American ♦ 

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every week BY: THE CASH BOX. 381 FOURTH AVENUE. NEW YORK 16. N. Y. 


FOREWORD 

Many times, wide diiierencee appear in the high and low prices oi certain equipment Like any true reporter The 
Confidential Price Lists can only feature the market prices as they are quoted. The Confidential Price Lists act exactly 
the same os the market quotation board at the Stock Exchange — posting the prices exactly as they ore quoted for 
the post week, regardless of how much they may seem to be out oi line. Some machine prices do not change 
for months. The Confidential Price Lists, rather than show no price, retain the lost known quotations for such 
equipment so that the subscriber at least has the lost known quoted prices as a basis to work with. Prices 
continue to be very widely divergent these days. Someone on the West Coast may feel a certain machine worth 
$150.00 whereas someone on the East Coast may think it worth but $75.00. Of course, condition. serioL appearance, 
demand, territory, quantity, etc., must all be token into consideration. The Confidential Price Lists report each 
quotation exactly as it is made and depend on the subscriber to make average price adjustment to fit the peculiarities 
. of his own territory. 


METHOD 

The Confidential Price Lists are to be read as follows: First price listed is lowest price for the week; Second price 
listed is highest price for the post week. Where only one price appears this should be considered lowest price. 

CODE 

C2IECZ THIS CODE CAREFULLY. BECOME ACQUAINTED WITH EACH ONE OF THE CODE NUMBERS AND 
WHAT THEY aONIFY. THESE CODE NUMBERS APPEAR IN FRONT OF THE NAME OF EACH MACHINE. 

MEANS PRICE WENT UP. 

2. MEANS PRICE WENT DOWN. 

3. MEANS MACHINE JUST ADDED TO LIST. 

4 MEANS PRICES WENT UP AND DOWN 

DURING THE PAST WEEK 

5 MEANS PRICES REMAINED SAME AS IN 

LAST PRICE LISTS. 

R MEANS NO PRICES QUOTED FOR 
PAST TWO WEEKS 

7 MEANS NO PRICES QUOTED FOR 
PAST THREE WEEKS 

8. MEANS NO PRICES QUOTED FOR 

PAST FOUR WEEKS OR LONGER 


IMPORTANT 

Machines underlined mean these were most active 

in trading the past week. 


NOTICE ! March, 1942. Market Prices for Wholesalers as per GMPR of OPA 
appeared in September 7, 1943 issue. Reprints are available. 


Copyrighted 1945 by The Cash Box, 381 Fourth .-ivc., \civ York 16, A'. Y. Production 
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THE CONFIDENTIAL PRICE LIST 

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7«Selectomati c 10... •• 

.$75.00 

- $79.50 

4,Y/all Boxes 


- $7.50 

2 • Syrnphonola •••••••••• 

.115. or 

125.00 

8, Adaptor for Seeburg 

. ,,25, 00 


2 .Plaza 

.325,00 

335.00 

5, Adaptor for Rockola 

. , ,27 . 50 


l.Regal 

.325,00 

400,00 

8, Adaptor for 616 Wur 

, . . 15 ,00 


8 .Re gal, RC 

,275,00 


6, Twin 12 Adptr 


37.50 

6 .Model A. 

.125.00 


6,Wurlitzer 24 Adptr. 

.,,20, 00 

24,95 

7 • Ay XXl •••••••••• 

.,64.50 


5, Adaptor for Mills Emp.25,00 


Rjl’ndol 

.,62,50 

100,00 

B.Orjjan Speaker 



R. Mo dal G, 



8. Sun Ray Speaker. ... 



eJJodel H 

,100,00 


6. Bar Brackets. . 




,225,00 

239.50 




8 .Rex, with iidptr 

,239.50 


MILLS 



8. Model .. .. 



8 . Zenhvr 

$95,00 


8.Model K-20. 

,225,00 

275,00 

8. Studio ... .......... 


110,00 

7 •TJnvn ........ 

,250,00 

295,00 

R, Dance Ma gter » 




,329.50 

335,00 

8,DeLuxe Dance Master 

. , ,50,00 


.. ....... 

,349,50 

399,50 

5. Do-Re-Mi. .......... 


100.00 

5.Classic,RC..... 

,375,00 

475,00 

5,Panoram 


400,00 

G.Mayfair 

.350,00 

360.00 



" 350, 6'6' 

8.Melody King 

.250,00 

275.00 

8, Throne with Adptr . ,,275 ,00 


8. Crown. 

.350,00 


2 .Ehpress * 

,324,50 

385,00 

8.Crown,RC 

.345.00 


5,Panoram Adptr...... 


17,53 

S.Concert Grand....... 

.345.00 


5,Panoram lO^ w, box, ,#12, 50 

17.50 

7 . Colonel . ....... ..... 

,399,50 

475,00 

8, Speaker ............ 



8. Colonel, RC. 

,425,00 


6,Panoram Peek(Con).. 

,400,00 

410.00 

8. Concert Master 

.375.00 


6,Conv, for Panoram Pk, 19,50 


8. Cadet 

,350.00 

359.50 

8 .Empress with Adptr, 

,335,00 


7. Cadet, RC...... 

.450.00 

475.00 




8.Major 

,340,00 


GABEL 



8 .Major RC... ......... 

,425,00 

550.00 



50,00 

6 . Envoy ............... 

,385,00 

398.00 

8,12 Record with Adpt 

r,58,00 


5. Envoy, RC 

.450.00 


8,12-12 Adptr 



8 .Vogue 

,375,00 

425,00 

8,18 Rec. 111. Grille.. 

.,80,00 

90,00 

8.Vogue RC.. 

,350,00 


8,2-18’ 3 xvith Adptr.. 

.120,00 


8. Casino 

.275.00 

299.50 

8,20 Record Lite Up.., 225 ,00 

265.00 

8. Casino RC. .......... 

.239,50 


7,24 Record last Mdl,,,97,50 


7.Coinmander .. . ........ 

,375.00 

385,00 




€. Commander RC. ....... 

.425,00 


PACKARD 



G.Playboy 


25.00 

l.Play-Mor Wall <fc Box, $34,50 

39.50 

2.Sclectomatic 16..... 


7,75 

5, Bar Bi.acket 



2.Selectomatic 20..... 


7,75 

8.Vfillow Adapt or..... 


37.50 

2.Sele ctomatic 24..... 


7.75 

8, Chest nut Adaptor... 

, ,30,00 


5. Remote Speak Organ. . 

. ,20,00 

27,50 

8. Cedar Adaptor 



8.Y/ired Speak Organ... 


24.50 

8, Poplar Adoptor 

,,25,00 


8.Multi-Se lector 12 R. 

..79.50 


8, Maple Adaptor..,,,. 



8.1telody Parade Bar... 



S.Juniper Adaptor,.,, 



1.5/^ Wall-O-Matic V/ls.. .27.50 

42.50 

6, Elm Adaptor....,,,, 



8.5^ Bar-O-Matic Wls.. 

,.29,50 

39.50 

8, Pine Adaptor 



8.5< Wall-O^atio 3 Wl 

.,15.00 

24.50 

8, Beach Adaptor....,, 

.,20.00 


2.30 Wire Wall Bx 



8, Ash Adaptor.....,,. 



2*5,10,25^ Bar-O-Iiatic 



8, Spruce Adoptor...., 



3-Wire 


45.00 

5, Lilly Speaker...,,, 



7.5,10,20 Wall-0-Hatic 



8,Violet Speaker 



3-Wire 



8, Orchid Speaker..... 



5.5,10,25/^ Vfell-O-Matic 


8, Iris Speaker 



Wire le ss. 

-.39-50 

42.50 

8, Walnut Adaptor...,. 



1.5,10,25^ Bar-O^atic 






VYireless. . ........ 


60,00 

ROCKOLA 



8. Electric Selector... 






S.Wireless Stroller... 



4.12 Record 

,$75,00 

129.50 

l.Hi-Tone 9800........ 

.575.00 

650,00 

2.16 Record. ....... . 

,135,00 

139.50 

6. Hi -Tone 9800 RC 

,575,00 

600.00 

8,Rhythm King 12.... 


99.50 


.550.00 

650,00 

1, Rhythm King 16..., 


150.00 

4.Hi-Tone 8800 RC 

,635,00 

645.00 

8. Imperial 16.. 

.159.50 


S.Hi-Tone 6200 

.475,00 

485.00 

5, Imperial 20. ...... 

,200,00 

210.00 

5. Hi- Tone 8200 RC 

,600,00 

725.00 

B.Windsor 

,225.00 

265,00 

S.Wall Brackets....... 


2.95 

2. Monarch 

,200.00 


S.Power Supply 



B.Windsor, 111...... 

.225.00 


2,20 Record *43 Cabt,. 

,395,00 

475,00 

8.Std.Diol-A-Tone,., 

,300,00 

325.00 


5, ’40 Super Rockolite., 

.^^400^ 00 

- ^^495, 00 

5, Counter '39..,,...,,, 


125.00 

1,'39 Standard. •,.•••, . 


385,00 

5, '39 DeLuxe. .. k ,...,. • 


425,00 

8 , '40 Super Walnut.,.,, 


400,00 

8 , '40 Super Marble...., 


475,00 

8, *40 Master Walnut,.., 


365,00 

7, '40 Master Rockolite, 

..449,50 


7, *40 Counter ••••• 



8, '40 Counter with Std, 

,,140,00 


8, *41 Fremier, 



8,ViTall Box 



8,Bar Box. .•«••••••••• . 


16,50 

8,* 'll Bar Box.,. . . . ,, ,, 


29.50 

l.Spectravox *41..,.,,, 


119.50 

8, Glamour Tone Column., 

..100,00 


6 .Mode rn e Tone Co lumn . . 


75,00 

5,Flaymaster Spectravox 

..410,00 

439,50 

6, Twin-12 Cab & Spk.,.., 



8,20-Rec SteolCftb.A.S.A 

.S109.50 


8, Playboy., 



7 • Commando 


550,00 

8,1501 Wall Box... 


22,50 

5,1502 Bar Box.......,,. 



8,1503 Wall Box 


22,50 

5,1504 Bar Box...,..,,,, 


24,50 

8,1516 Bar Box..,..,,,,, 



5,1525 Wall Box. 


55,00 

6,1526 Bar Box.. 


49,50 

6,Dial-A-Tune B&WBox... 



8,1806 Organ Spkr..,,.,, 



8, Tone-A-Lier 



e.DsLux Jr, Console RockO.150.00 


^•ji^i^ymaster 



6, Singing Towers #201,,. 

,475.00 


2, Singing Towers, 


250,00 

8, Mo del X-5 Fhono., .. . .. 



8, Singing To^veVs, Speak. . 

.,15.00 


BUCKLEY 



4,Wall & B, Box, Old St... 


6,95 

5, 111, Wall & B.Box..,.,, 


22.50 

8,32-Record Adaptor,,,., 



5,24 Record Adaptor 



8,16 Record Adaptor 



8, Stool Cabine t. ....... . 



8, Zephyr Speak Cab 



8,20 Rec.Seeburg Adptr ,,, ,25,00 

39,50 

5, Bar Brackets 




WURLITZERS 

6,1^..10.,,., . , . , 


1 OQ 

8,F-10,I11 


X ^ y # 0 V 

l.P-12. 


19 0 cn 

5,P-12, 111.... 


^ • D V 

2,312 


1 rr\ nn 

6.P-400 


X • V/ w 

70 CA 


•...••••••1 24 ,50 

f y #ou 

150,00 

0,412 DC Cr..., 
8,412,111 


1 on 

8,316,. ...., 

5.416, 

• 0*00 

± U V»/ 0 UU 
T C A AA 

2,616 


xou« uu 
199,50 


1*616 111... ^200»00 - $225,00 

8,616A,. ,,•160,00 187,00 

5.716 165.00 175,00 

1»24, 250,00 325 .00 

r.'iJ4A ,.....,250,00 3T6'.T!>(5' 

S.Revarap (24) 275,00 325,00 


1,600R ,,375.00 

4.600K o415 , 00 

2.500 .,289,50 

7.500A ,,400.00 

1,'41 (Counter 125, 00 
7,41 { Counter j 130,00 

1.61 (Counter) 12 9,50 

1.61 (Counter) Std, ,125,00 

5.71 (Counter). ,...,,185,00 

2.71 (Counter) Std, ,,175,00 

8.81 (Counter), ...,,,,75,00 

5.81 (Counter) 189,50 

8.81 (Comter) Std.. .175, 00 

7,50 ,90,00 

4«700 ,595,00 

1.750M, ,,,700,00 

2.750E 695,00 

5.780E ,675,00 

8.780M (Colonial),,,, 650, 00 

1*800 700,00 

2,850 725,00 

5,950. .700,00 

5,300 Adaptor ,.,,31,50 


7,320 Wireless Vfell Bx,17,50 
1,310 Wall Bx, 30 Wi,,,9,00 
1,320-2 Wire Wall Bx, ,24,50 
8,332-2 ViTire Bar Box,, 14, 00 
5,331-2 ViTire Bar Box, ,15,00 
2,304-2 Wire Stepper , .17,50 
8,Wireless Strollers. ,25, 00 
8,130 Speaker Cab .with 


5/10/25 Box 74,50 

8,420 Speaker.. ,64,50 


5,Tifldn-12 Steel Cabinet 

Adp. Amp. Stp. ... 195,00 
7. Twin 616 Steel Cab- 
inet , Adp. AmpSt. Sp, 195,00 
7,580 Selector Spkr. ..,105,00 
5.100 Wall Bx 5/-30'Wi,.,12,50 


8,100 Wall Bx. 10/ ,17,50 

1,111 Bar Box 14,50 

1.125 \7al Bx, 5/l0/25, . ,27,50 

2,120 Wall Box ,20,00 

l.Bar Bracket ,,2,00 

6,305 Impulse Rec 17,50 

8,350 Wireless Spkr 40,00 

7,115 Wall Bx.'Wire ,16,50 

7,135 Step Re ceiver, ., ,,25,00 


1,146 Imp.Step(Fast),,.,35,00 

8,150 Impulse Rec. ,20,00 

8,337 Bar Box ..,,32,50 

8,306 Ivfusic Transmit, .,, 12, 50 

1.42- 24 (1943) Rev. ... ,450,00 
5 •42-600 (1943) Rev, ., ,450,00 

7.42- 500 (1943) Rev. ., ,525.00 

8,39-A Speaker 25,00 

5,130 Adaptor , 27,50 
8.24 Steel Ca bt, Spkr 140,00 


465.00 

489.00 

395.00 

475.00 

150.00 

149.50 

150.00 

199.50 

225.00 


209,50 

94.50 

699.00 

760.00 

725.00 


725.00 


32.50 

25.00 

10.00 
25.00 

22.50 

24.50 


75.00 


225.00 

225.00 

15.00 

20.00 

15.00 
29,50 

25.00 
3,00 


24.50 

33.50 

49.50 


15,00 

500.00 

525.00 

575.00 


35.00 

175.00 


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ARCADE EQUIPMENT 



$75.00 


8,A.B,T, 6 Gun Rfl.Rg. .2850.00 - 

3800,00 

8 .Baker Sky Pilot 

,200.00 

215.00 



50,00 



150.00 

6, Bally Convoy..., 

,179.50 

219.50 


,175.00 

275.00 

6, Bally Eagle Eye 



6, Bally King Pin 

,184.50 

295.00 

8, Bally Lucky Strike. ,,. 

,125.00 


1, Bally Rapid Fire...... 

,150.00 

225,00 

5,Bal^ Bull Jap Con..,. 



2, Bally Shoot- The -Bull •« 

.,50,00 

109.50 

5, Bally Sky Battle 

,225.00 


6, Bally Racer 


150,00 

4, Bally Torpedo 

,175.00 

190.00 



65,00 

8.Bell-0-Ball 

,149.50 

169.50 

7, Blister Gunner Con.,.. 




,195.00 

239.50 

4, Bowling League 

.179.50 

215.00 

1, Buckley DeLux Dig...,. 


100,00 

1, Buckley Treas, Is.Dig. 

..45.00 

75.00 

6, Casino Golf 


39.50 

2, Chi coin Hockey 

.194.50 

249.50 



125.00 

2,Cliester Pollard Golf. 

,.39.50 

59.50 


,125,00 

150,00 

2.Daval Bxjmper Bowling. 

..65,00 

110.00 

8 ,Da val— U— Ro 1 1— It •••*•• 

• .44.5X) 


8 .Evans Duck Pin Alley., 

,750.00 


6 , Evan s- In- Ih e -Ba r re 1 . , 

..80,00 

90,00 

6. Evans Play Ball...... 

.167.50 


5 .Evans Ski Ball ••,..•• 


80.00 

2, Evans Super Bcxnber.,, 

.250.00 


6, Evans Ten Strike.LD, • 

..40,00 

60,00 

2,Evans Ten Strike, HD. . 

• • 5 9 , 00 

75,00 

2 • Evans Tommy Gun. • • • . • 

.100.00 

249.50 

8, Exhibit Bicycle, ... ., 

,100.00 

149.5b 

8 .Exhibit Basketball... 



8, Exhibit Bowling Alley 

,.70.00 


2, Exhibit Hi-Ball 

.*40,00 


6, Exhibit Merchantman 



Roll Chute Digge 

r.50,00 

79.50 

2, Exhibit Rotary Merchan- 


diser ••• 

.149.50 

155.00 

6, Exhibit Vitalizer . . . . 


110.00 

8,Gmco Bank Roll.,,,.. 

,159.50 

175.00 

8,Genco Magic Roll 



IGenco Play Ball 

,160.00 

189.50 

6,Groetchen Mountain 



Climber ..•••,•••,. 

,100.00 

129.50 

2,Groetchem Metal Typr, 

,.75.00 

169.50 

6,Groetchen Skill Jump. 

• .35,00 

45*00 

6, Gottlieb Skeo Ball Et 

..79.50 

95,00 

1 .Jennings Roll -In- The- 



Barrel. 

.115.00 

159,50 

1, Keeney Air Raider.... 

.149.50 

245.00 

2, Keeney Ant -Aircft.fel 

..50.00 

69.50 

6, Keeney Anti -Air cft.Br 

..eo.oO 

89,50 

8, Keeney Bowlette . . . . . . 



8, Keeney Navy Bomber... 

.199.50 


4, Ke eney Sub Gun ,,,,,,, 


189.50 

Keeney Texas Leaguer. 

, , 39,fe0 

49,5b 

8,Eirk Air Defense 


17b. 

8, Kirk Night Bomber.... 


350,00 


s 

i 


325,00 

99,50 


295.00 


300,00 


80.00 


5, Keep Punching,, ,,,,, *$75,00 

5,Kli-A-Nip (Con) 16,50 - $16,75 

B.Kue Ball ,30,00 

5, Liberator , . ,, *219,50 

6, Midget Skee Ball 95,00 

8,Midget Skee Ball,Delux,125*00 
e.Mills Rotary Digger., ,,*29*50 
2,Mutoscope Ace Bomber, *225, 00 
8,Mutoscope Bowl,Alley,, 110,00 
2,Iiutoscope Dr.Mobile,, ,225,00 
2,Mutoscope Dr,Mo, w/tk*350,00 
6,IAxtoscope El,'ft*,Cr,,,,,35,00 
B.Mutoscope Fan Frt,Dig,,40,00 
4,Mutoscope Photomatic,,750,00 1100,00 
8,Mutoscope Roll Ft, Cr,,50,00 

4, Mutoscope Sky Fghtr,, ,244*50 300,00 

B.Mutoscope Sky IPighter, 

vf/ con, ,...., a.,,* *348,50 
B.Mutoscope Hockey ,50,00 

5, Mutodcope Magic Fin, ,,*85, 00 
8,Uutoscope Poke rino .... ,75,00 

7, Uunves Trap- The -Jap. .,155 ,00 

5 , Pennant .•..••..•,,.,,,*35*00 
l,Peri scope. ,*219,50 


90,00 

125.00 

125.00 

69.50 

325.00 


5, Pitchem & Catchem,,,, *225,00 229,50 

2*Poker & Joker ,,,,,, ,,,*75,00 84,50 

4, Radio Rifle. ,*50,00 59,50 

6, Rockola Ten Pins LD,,, *50,00 55,00 

5Jlockola Ten Pins HD,,, *60,00 
l,Rockola Tom Mix Rifl,, *25,00 75,00 

5, Rockola World Series, **89,50 119,50 

8,kock-01a Talkie Hrscp*l06,06 125,00 
8 *Ro ck-O-Ba 11 ,100,00 

6, Scientific Baseball, ,, *50,00 87.50 

8, Scientific Basketball ,,50,00 
4, Scientific Bt,Pr, ., .,,,99,00 139,50 

8, Scientific Bat, Royal,, *49,50 
1, Scientific X-Ray Pkr,,125,00 135,00 

5,See-A-Freak ,110,00 129,50 

4,Seeburg Chicken Sam, ,,100,00 124,50 


100,00 



75.00 


129.50 


75.00 

175,00 

249.50 

,25,00 

39.75 

,95,00 


,395,^00 


155,00 

249.50 


2,5eeburg ttap Con., ,,,, ,,^9,50 
6,Seeburg «)ail Bird., •••129,56 i7fe,0o 
2,Seeburg Shoot -The -Chut, 9 9, 50 168,50 

2, Seeburg Hitler Con. ,, ,100,00 
5,Seeburg Hockey,,.,.,,,*69,50 
4, Seeburg Par.Jump,,, 

2,Seeburg Rayolite,,,,,,,49,50 

5, Selector scope 

8,Shoot-A-Bazooka(Con). , ,25,00 
5, Star Elec.Hoist Dig, ,,,95, 00 
8, Super Torpedo.,,,,, 

4, Supreme Gun(New Rev 
^•l^upreme Skee koll,, ••*25O,o0 
5,Supreme Rocket Buster, 385, 00 

5, Tail Gunner •••• a,,,,,, 125, 00 

6. Tost Pilot 225,00 

8, Target Roll, 14 Ft, ,,,100,00 

5,Tokio Raider(Con) ,16,50 

1, Victory Pool (PlayPool)l89*50 

l,Victory Roll 295,00 

8,Wamer Voice Recorder, 350, 00 
l*Westem Baseball * 39FPP0*60, 00 125,00 

1, *^estem Baseball * 40, , ,,,89,00 139,50 

2, Western Major League, ,,129,50 149,50 
8,Westem Super Strength, *69,50 

8, Western Recordit., •••,,325,00 
8,V/estern Skeoball,14Ft,,325,00 

5,Whee-Gee Myst •••,225,00 229,50 

5, Zingo ••••.••.••••,«.., ,225,00 375 , 00 


■2er,TT0" 

395.00 

249.50 

235.00 

16.75 

209.50 

325.00 


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VOL. 6 NO, 32 MAY 1, 1945 SERIAL NUMBEb"| 

NEW NAMES OF REVAMPED FREE PLAY PIN GAMES ll 


OLD NME NEW NMES 

Attention. • . • • • Spot-Cha 

Blondie ...Stepper, Redheads, Pro- 

duction 

Bip League *,,, .Eagle Squadron 
Big Show., .... .Big Tent 

Big Town.. .... .Sixty Grand, Eagle 

Squadron 

Bowling Alley, .Bowling Alley *42 

Cadillac.. ... ..Archery, Destroyer 

Commodore ...... Sailorette s 

Cross Line.... .All Out 

Do-Re-Mi .Brazil 
Double Play. .. .Grand Canyon 
Drum Major .... .Parade Leader 
Duplex. .Jeep, Wagon 1/Vheels 

Fleet .Scout Commander 
Flicker. ..... . .Liberty, Marines-At- 

Play 

Follies *40, Scandals *42, Bombar- 
dier, Burlesk 

Formation... . ..Dive Bomber, Nite Club 
Torpedo Patrol 
Four Ro se s . . , . . Sea Power 

Entry Speedway 

Glamour ....... .Hi -Jinks , Ca sablanca 

Gold Star Playtime, Hit-The-Japs 

Homo Run .Triple Play 

Jolly,,.,,,, .. .Peacherino 

Knockout Knock- Out- The -Japs 

Leader .Jeep Santry 
Liberty, Stage Door Canteen 


Lite-A-Card, . , .Bingo 


i 

^D NAME NEW NAMES 

————— — ^ 
Mr, Chips*. .....Nine Bells, Shangri-Laj 
Metro. ,*Hi-Boy | 

O’Eoy • •^sy Pickin 

Ov/l... .Foreign Colors 

Pan Arne ri can .,,, Sky Rider j 

Play Ball, Flying Tigers | 

Powerhouse Over-The-Top, Paratroop' 

Punch..,' Flash j 

Red, IVhite and ) 

Blue .De-Icer j 

Rotation. .Luxury i 

Roxy. Cupid, Fan Dancer | 

Score-Card.... ..Ajax * 

Scoop ...Klipper ’ 

Seven Up. ., ,.,.,Sink—The-Jap 

Silver Spray, ,. ,Whi te Sails 

Silver Skates .. .Hockey *42, Pin Up Girl 

Sky Blazer Jeep 

Sporty .Flight 

Sun Beam. .... ...Sun Valley, Arizona 

Stars .......... .Action 

Stratoliner. . . ..Slap-Ihe-Jap 

Ten Spot .Smak-The-Jap, Falling 

Suns 

Triumph ..Starlight 

Vacation Roll Call 

Wow Pep 

Zig Zag Rat 

Zombie. ....Battle, Midway, Idaho 


NEW NAMES OF CONVERTED ARCADE EQUIPMENT 


Seeburg Chicken Sam. .,,, Shoot -The -Jap 

Seeburg Chicken Sam Hit-Hitler 

Seeburg Chicken Sam. , . , . Trap-The-Jap 
Seeburg Chicken Sam Bell*s Super Jap 

NEW NAI^ffiS OF ONE BALL PAYOUTS 
Sport Page. .Fa st Track 

Blue Ribbon Fast Track 

Thistle Down .Race King 

Sea Biscuit,.,,. Race King 

Grand Stand, ,Vfar Admiral, Rockingham 
Grand National,, War Admiral, Rockingham 

Blue Grass, Dark Horse, Sport Whirlaway 

Special and Record Time,.., All American Derby 

Turf Champs ..Victorious 1943, Pastime 

Pacemaker .Rockingham 

Foreign Colors 

Club Trophy Dust %irls 


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)L. 6 NO. 32 


MAY 1, 1945 


SERIAL NUMBER 188 


CONSOLES 


8 vAcro ss-The»Board • • • • • ij235 #00 


5#5^ Baker* s Pacer DD 

Rebuilt ••••••••••• •STS.OO - 450#00 

8«25^ Baker’s Pacer DD##475#00 
8#C,3#Baker* s Pacer DD,,475,00 
7*5/- Baker’s Pacer Std# 

,375.00 450.00 


2, Flashing Ivories. •• •'5245.00 - 275,00 
8# Fleetwood • • .••••••• • #.30.00 

5. Four-Way Super Bell##695.00 9^5#00 

8. Four Horsemen ###.79.50 

2#Galloping Domino( 38). .90.00 125.00 

S.Galloping Domino(39). #95.00 100.00 


Mdl. Fac.Roblt 

. . ##375.00 


5.Galloping Doraino(41j 

.325.00 

425,00 

8.C.S. IWl# Fac# Reblt. #375.00 


8. Galloping Domino(42} 

.385.00 


4.5/ Baker's Pacer DD## #190.00 

345.00 




8#25jj^ Baker's Pacer 

DD.. 300.00 


G.Good Luck •••• 


75,00 

8#C#S# Baker's Pacer 

DD.295.00 

325.00 




1.5^ Baker's Pacer Std##234#50 

280.00 

4 High Hand .. 

.150.00 

199,50 

8.25;^ Baker's Pacer 

Std, 350# 00 


d.Hold & Draw, ••••••• • 



8.C.S#Baker' s Pacer 

Std#200#00 








2. Jungle Camp,FP 


100,00 

B.Bally Entry.....#. 



7 # Jvmglo Cuiup^P •••39^50 





8. Jungle Camp, Comb, ,, ..119.50 


1. Bangtails '39.,... 


125.00 

6.J\*ibo Parade, Comb... 

.197,50 

199,50 

e.Bangtails ’40.,,## 



l.Junbo Parade, F, P, ,, , 

..75.00 

139.50 

l.Eangtails *41... #• 


475.00 

l.Jumbo Parade, P.O# 98.00 

155.00 




8. Jumbo Parade, 25/,,. 

,250.0t) 




125.00 




2#Big Game #F#P. . . 


125.00 

5#Kontucla'’ Club. 


125.00 

l#Eiff Top.F #P., , , # , # 


119.50 

8 .keen Kubes 

,129,50 


R#Bi p Top jP.O. . . a # , • 


139.50 

8#Kennette, 






S.Kcno 



5 # Bob Tn il^P.O#,.,,, 

.#.#119.50 

145,00 




4#Bob lhil,F#P 


129.50 

1, Liberty Bell 


85,00 




G.Longchamps 



fl . nHn ... 

^ 50-00 


6 • Lucky Lucre •••• 






4. Lucky Lucre '41..... 


259.50 

8. Buckley 7 Polls., . 



5.Luvky Lucre 5/25 ,,, ,.289.50 

395.00 

8. Buckley Long Shot 

Par#700#00 


5. Lucky Lucre 5/5,,,,. 


295.00 

8#Buckley Col, Slant 

Hd#.#95#50 


5.Lucky Star 

.159,50 

169.50 

2 .Buckley Col. New Top., #100# 00 


8. Lucky Star '41,.,... 



5 .Beulah Perk 


110,00 

8.Lincoln Field,,..... 


175,00 

8. Charley Horse 



5,I.Iay Be 11s, 5/5/5/25,, 

,595,00 

795,00 

8#China Boy 






8# Q.uckletto 


49,50 

8.1Iultiple Cubes.PO... 


35,00 

l.Club Bolls 


299.50 

2Jiultiple Racer 


69,50 

e.tlub Bells, 25;!^... 






8 .Club Chief 



l.Mills 4 Bells 


700,00 

6#Club House, 



^J-Iills 3 Bells 






8. Hills Auto Dice, 25/ 

,,75,00 

95.00 

6 .Derby Day Slant,,, 


19,50 

8.Pace Century 


350.00 

5,Dc*by Day Flat.... 


50,00 

8. Paces Marathon. ••., • 



8 .Derby Winner 



l.Paces Races, Bl.Cab... 125. 00 

139,50 




2.Pacos Races,Br .Cab. ,,110,00 


6,Dixie,.,...####... 



l.Paces R«ces,Red Arrow, 195. 00 

225.00 

6#Dominola,. •.##•••• 



8.Paces '39 Saratoga,, 

• • 47 .50 

79,50 

8#Double Bolls 



8. Paces '40 Saratoga.. 

.129.50 


5#Duo Twin Bell 5/25 

'•###595.00 

650,00 

G.Paces '41 Saratoga.. 

.130,00 

145,00 




2. Paces Saratoga with 

rls. 119. 50 -135. OC 

5 .Evans Pacers#.,,,, 


495.00 

S.Paces Saratoga, no rls..65.00 

95,00 

S.Exhibit Races,.... 



5. Paces Saratoga, Comb. 

,165,00 

250.00 

8.E1 Dorado 


175,00 

5. Saratoga, Jr. PO. . • . • . 

.129.50 

250.00 




5.Pace Saratoga, Sr. ,, 

.260,00 


2#Fast Time ,F#P# . . . . 

. ..#100.00 

129.50 

S.Paces P^eels, Comb. ..319.50 


2.Fast TLmc,P#0. . . .. 


109.60 

l.Paces Reels, Jr. PO, . . 

.129,50 

175.00 




5. Pacos Reels, Sr.P0....260#00 





7, Paces Reels with rls 

,100.00 

150,00 

8#Favorite, . ••#.,..« 



8, Paces Reels, no rls. 

,.75,00 

95.00 

B.Flashing Thru#.... 



2,Paces Twin Console., 

.445,00 





2 .Pastime,. . , ••,.,,••• 

.249.50 

25#, 00 




S.Paddock Club........ 






5,Pamco Deluxe Bell $50,00 - $69,50 

2,Parlay Races 59.50 129,50 

8, Pheasant, ,.,,,6,00 

!.’^2.*50 

S.Pay Day 250.00 

tiio 

::;:::.a6o:“ 

100,00 125,00 

S.Rollete, Jr, t4^ 227,50 

e.Rollette, Sr 499.50 

o.Rosemont, ^ ^ ^ 25 00 

-"esloo 100.00 

S.Royal nush.. 40.OO 65.00 

oaKoyal Lucre *41,, ,,,, .275,00 

5, Roll <em ,15o!oO 

8, Roulette 25;^ Caille ,, ,250.00 

8,Seeburg Races ,.,,35,00 

8, Saddle Club, . 35^00 

S.SllTer Boll 15*0Q 

Moon.Conb go 169.50 

136.00 195.00 

1^^^ 1S9.50 — rs ' g.gg - 

5. Silver Moon, 25 ^ 250,00 

8, Skill Fi0ld, 69 cq 

^f-lllo “.afs.oo 

75.00 

7, Ski 11 Time ‘38 75,00 

8. Skill Time ‘41 99,50 

50.’oO 99,50 

e.Stanco Bell.Slngle... ,100.00 150.00 

8, Stance Boll, Double ,. ,,119,50 


Q.Sugar King 

. uper Bells St^ Coi ^ ,, 299,50 .37.5.nn 

oo^uper BeUs,^op' Go;nb,375,00 ^,0(T 

S.Super Track Time ^5.00 

8. Super Track Time TKT.260,50 

Q 77.50 

5,Tanforan nn 

8, Track King 35^00 

8, Track Meet 159,50 

8, Track Odds, West ,100,00 

5,^ack Odds, Buckley,,, 225, 00 

l*irack Odds, Daily Dbl, 

5 Tra.l, - 660.00 

o.lrack Odds,DD, jp 

R T, , Buckley 700,00 

8, Track Time ‘39 no 00 

'66 129.50 

2*Tro.ck Time *37 • ^^49^50 "" 

8,Track Time *38,IKT.,,159!50 

’3MKT.... 36.00 49.60 

l*TWn^w 135,00 159,50 

l,lWo-Way Super Bell, 

^ rj, ••••495,00 625,00 

l.Two-Vfey Super Bell 

695,00 


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THE CASH BOX, 381 FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 16, N. Y. 


NO. 32 


MAY L 

1945 

SERIAL NUMBER 188 

MILLS 


SLOT 

"8,10/ Futur ity, . ,. ,****^5200*00 


5,5^ Black ,HL. 

^245*i:>0 - 

350,00 

6,25/ Futurity.. 


- 299,50 

8,10^ Black ,HL 

250,00 


8*50/ Futuri ty. . . , , 



8*25^ BlackyHL* •>•••• •• 

300,00 

400,00 

8,5/ Yellow Front..,, 



8*8 fine raid Chrome HL* 

325*00 

375*00 

^,10/ Yellow Front,.* 

•**160*00 


8 #-10^ Emerald Chrom HL* 

275*00 


8*25/ Yellow Front.,, 



5*25/ Emerald Chrome "• 

475*00 

550*00 

6*1/ anokor Bell.,,., 


37*50 

8*50/ Emerald Chrome "• 

750*00 


1*5/ Smoker Bell.,,,. 


65*00 

8*5/ Gold Chrom,HL* , , , * 

.345*00 

450*00 

8*5/ FP Mint Vendor,, 



8*10/ Gold Chrom, HL,,.* 

.495,00 


6*25/ Golf ^all Vndr* 

* • ,140,00 

275,00 

8*25/ Gold Chrom, HL*,*, 

.575.00 


1*5/ War Eagle 


190.00 

8*50/ Gold Chrom,HL, 

,-950,00 


6*10/ y7ar Eagle*,,.,, 


195.00 

1*5/ Gold Chrom*, . 

.295*00 

440*00 

6,25/ 'War Eagle,,,,,, 


279,50 

4,10/ Gold Chrom. ,*,*., 

*295,00 

495,00 

6,50/ yfer Eagle 



1*25/ Gold Chrom,,, ,,,, 

.350.00 

550,00 

8*5/ Red Front,...,,, 



1*50/ Gold Chrom,, 

.750,00 

850*00 

8*10/ Red Front,,.,,, 



1*5/ Copper Chrome,,,., 

.325,00 

350,00 

8*25/ Red Front*,..,, 


275,00 

nfiT* fTVi mmp 

-.’^75-00 

400*00 

8-5(^ F-O.K 



5,25/ Copper Chrome,, , ,,450,00 

495*00 

2*5/ Roman Head...... 


142,50 

5,5/ Cl uh Be 11*, ,,,,,,, 

,495.00 

525,00 

6,10/ Roman Head,..,, 


159,50 

5,10/ Club Bell 

.450,00 

545*00 

5,25/ Roman Head,..., 



5,25/ Club Bell, ,♦**•,., 

.595.00 


8,50/ Roman Head,,,,. 



8,50/ Club Bell 

.800,00 

900*00 





.100*00 


2,5/ Skyscrpper, ., , , , 


55,00 

2*5jzf Blue Front, 

,125,00 

267*50 

8,10/ Skyscraper 

• *• *75 *00 


4,10/ Blue Front • 

,200,00 

275.00 

6*25/ Skyscraper 


109*50 

1*25/ Blue Front,,,,, , , 


385,00 




1*50/ Blue Front,.,,,,, 

*575,00 

650*00 

6,1/ Lion He ad .,***•*•*■*.• 30* 00 


8*1/ Brown Front,*,,,,, 

,180*00 


6*5/ Lion Head*,,.**, 


49*50 

1,5/ Brown Front,,,.*,, 

.250*00 

295*00 

1*5/ Extraordinary*** 


225*00 

1*10/ Brown Front,,,,,, 

*325,00 

345,00 

8*10/ Extraordinp,ry*****149*50 

175*00 

1*25/ Brown Front,,,,,, 

.375*00 

395*00 

8*25/ Extraordinary** 



8,50/ Broivn' Front; ,,, ,* 


599*50 

8*50/ Extraordinary* *** *400*00 


5,5/ Cherry Bell, 3/10, ,, 225 ,00 

285*00 

1*5/ Melon Bell,,,,,* 


250*00 

6,10/ Cherry Bell, 3/10, 

.225*00 

275,00 



300*00 

1,25/ Cherry Bell,3VlO, 

.325.00 

475*00 - 



450,00 

7,5/ Cherry Bell, 3/5,,, 

164, 50 


8*5/ Wolf Head, 


59.50 

8,10/ Cherry Be 11 ,3/5*, *325*00 


8*10/ Wolf Head 



8*25/ Cherry Bell, 3/5,, 

*395.00 


8*25/ VYolf Head 


150.00 

8*50/ Cherry Bell, 3/5 , *,475*00 


8*1/ Shamrock Bell,*, 



8,5/ Cherry Bell, Chrome 

*235*00 


8*5/ Slugproof, 3/5* ,, ,,124*50 


8*25/ Cherry Bell,Chr,, 

,220,00 


' 



8*1/ Bonus Bell, •*,*,,, 

.289*50 


JENNINGS 



4*5/ Bonus Bell*,,,,.., 

*265*00 

325*00 

1.5/ Chief ,*. 


104.50 

2*10/ Bonus Bell, 

.275*00 

325,00 

5,10/ Chief 


150.00 

6*25/ Bonus Bell,,,,*,, 

.375.00 

385*00 

8,25/ Chief 


289.50 

5*5/ Original Chrome*,. 

*275.00 

440*00 

6*50/ Chief*. 


350,00 

2,10/ Original Chrome*, 

.325,00 

350,00 

5,5/ Silver Moon Chf* 

* , .275 *00 

299*50 

8*25/ Original Chrome, , 

,375,00 

450*00 

8*10/ Silver Moon Chf 

,*,275*00 


5*50/ Original Chrome,, 

.850.00 


8*25/ Silver Moon Chf 

• * * 400 * 00 


5*1/ Q* T* Blue**, 


40*00 

1*5/ Silver Chief,,,, 


265 * 00 



110,00 

1*10/ Silver Chief ,,, , 


300*00 

5*10/ Q* T* Blue* •••».. . 


125*00 

2,25/ Silver Chief,,, 


375,00 


.150*00 


8,50/ Silver Chief*** 



8,1/*Q,T# Green**,.,... 


59,50 

5*5/ Club Bell 



7*5/ Q*T*Green, • . * . . 


115*00 

6*10/ Club Bell 


325*00 

8,10/ Q* T.Green* ****** , 



6*25/ Club Bell 


375*00 

1*5/ Q,T,,F*P 


89*50 

8,50/ Club Bell 



2, l/Q.T* Glitter Gold... 


100,00 

8*5/ Sky Chief* 



2, 5/Q.T, Glitter Gold*., 

,125,00 

175*00 

8*1G/ Sky Chief 



6,10/ q.T.Glitter CTold* 

,.97*50 

129,50 

8*25/ Sky Chief 



8.1/ V*P*Bell 



5*Triplex Ch.5/l0/25*** *125*00 

15r,00 

8*5i V*P*Bell,JP 



8*1/ Little Dxike,,,,, 



8*1/ V*P. Beli,Grenn. .. 


49*50 

8*5/ Little Duke*,,,, 



2,5/ V,P, Bell, Green, . 

, , 44*5 0 

49,50 

8,10/ Little Dtike,,,, 

* * * . 20*00 


8,l/ V*P* Chrome, *,*• ,, 




,, **60*00 

80*00 

2*5/ V*P*Chrome* •• ,, . ,* 


69*50 

8,10/ Century,,. 


6*5/ V*P* Chrome , Plus* . • 


75,00 

5,25/ Century .,, 


100*00 

7,1/V*P* Bell B&G 


39,50 

8*50/ Century *,, 



1*5/ V.P.Bell BAG 


65.00 

6*5/ Gooseneck*,,,,** 


32*50 

1*5/ Futurity 



8*10/ Gooseneck,..,., 


50.0C 


8,25^ Gooseneck •••••• 


$80,00 

8,25/ Playboy, 








- $69,50 

8, Little Outchess.. 



1,10/ Commander,,,,, 


65,00 

7,5^ Little Dutchess*, 



8,25/ Commander.,,,, 


125,00 

8.10;^ Golf Ball Vndr*. 



6.7-Way Slot, 5/.,., 


99,50 

5.25;zf Golf Ball Vndr,, 


175.00 

8,25/ 7-7ifay Slot,,,, 



8,5;^ Chrome Sup«Chf.,, 



8,5/ Doughboy.,*,,,, 



8,10/ Chr,Chf.SP 152.00 





5,5/ Red Skin*. **•*,, • 



6,10/ Club Bell 



8,10/ Red Skin 



6,25/ Club Bell,,,,. 



8,25/ Red Skin 

,,300.00 








GROETCHEN 



8,5/ Big Chief,.,,,,,, 



8 , 5 / Columbia Chrome 

* *,,34,50 

49,50 

8,10/ Big Chief,,,,.., 



8,1/ Columbia 



8,25/ Big Chief ,,, .,,,,,199,50 


5,5/ Columbia Cig.R, 


49.50 

1.^1, 00 Bell 


1500,00 

2,5/ Columbia Fruit. 



B.Cigarolla .,,**. 



2,5/ Columbia JPV Bell, ,59,50 

89,50 

8, XXV Cigarolla 


150,00 

5,5/ Columbia DJP.,, 



1,XV Cigarolla,,,.,,,, 


109,50 

8,10/ Columbia, DJP,, 


65,00 

1,5/ Victory Chief,,,, 


250.00 

8,10/ Columbia Club 

DJ,,75,'X) 


5,10/ Victory Chief,,. 


300.00 

8,5/ Columbia Club Cig, 


5,25/ Victory Chief ., 

, ,350,00 


G.A 



6,1/ 4 Star Chief 


110,00 

8,10/ Columbia Club 

Cic* 


1,5/ 4 Star Chief.,,,, 

,.150,00 

250.00 

G.A, .,,,,,,, 

* * , ,69, 50 

89.50 

1.10/ 4 Star Chief.... 


200,00 




1,25/ 4 Star Chief.... 


300,00 

6,5/ Columbia ^^ig.G, 

A, , ,42 ,50 

50.00 

8,50/ 4 Star Chief.,,, 



5,5/ Columbia Fruit, 

GA ,,89,50 


8,1/ Dixie Bell 



2, Columbia 0rig,G,A,,,,,49,50 

69.50 

8,5/ Dixie Bell,,,,,,, 


159,50 

6,Gonv,Colimibia Chrome, ,80,00 

129.50 

8,10/ Dixie Bell,,,,,, 






8,50/ Dixie Bell.,.,,, 



PACE 



8,5/ Victory 4 Star Ch 

,,350,00 


5,1/ Bantam 



8,10/ Victory 4 ” " 

,,340,00 


6,5/ Bantam 


50,00 

8.25/ Victory 4 ’’ " 

* ,350,00 


7,10/ Bantam,.,,,,,* 






8,25/ Bantam*.*..**. 



V^ATLING 



4,5/ Comet, FV 


99,50 

6,l/ Rolatop 



5,10/ Comet.F^, , , , , , 


109,50 

4: « Rolo.'top ••••••• ••• 

, , ,55 , 00 — 

175.00 

8 • 5 ^ Come 't * D JP • •• • ••• •••74#50 

75,00 

4,10/ Rolatop, 

,,,95,00 

225,00 

8 , 10 / Comet, DJP., ,. , 

* * , ,50,00 

90,00 

1,^5/ Polatop 


' 366,06 

8,1/ Comet, Blue, . 


75,00 

7,50/ Rolatop,,,,,,,,, 


385,00 

2,5/ Comet Blue,..,, 



8,5/ Club Beil*, 



8,10/ Comet Blue Frt 

* * ,,85 ,00 


5.10/ Club Bell 


200,00 

2,25/ Comet Blue Frt 

,.,190,00 

195,00 

8,25/ Club Bell 



8,50/ Comet,..,.,,,, 


450,00 

8 ,1/ Tivin JP ,., 



8,5/ All Star Comet. 


79.50 

S ^ Twin ••••• 

* , ,42 ,50 

49,50 

5,10/ All Star Comet 

,.,114,50 

149,50 

7,10/ Twin JP,,.,..,,, 



8,25/ All Star Comet 

, , ,150,00 

200,00 

8.25/ Tkin JP 



8,50/ All Star Comet 

* , ,550,00 


8 ,1/ Blue Seal 


30,00 

8,1/ All Star 2 / 4 .., 



1,5/ Blue Seal 



8,1/ Rocket......... 



8 ,10/ Blue Seal 



8,5/ Rocket. 



8,25/ Blue Seal....,,, 



8 ,10/ Rocket. 


150,00 

8,1/ Treasury.,.,,,,,, 




1 7S.00 

185,00 

6,5/ Treasury. ,i j 


69,50 

8,5/ T, J, Comet ..,,, , 


6 ,10/ Treasury,, 


124.50 

8,5/ Club Bell 



6,25/ Treasury.,,.,.,, 


144.50 


65.00 


8,5/ Wonder Vendor,,,, 



7,5/ DeLuxe. .. •*,.,, 


125.00 

8,5/-25/ Rolatop.,.,,, 



6 ,10/ DeLuxe ,,, 


175.00 




7 ,25/ DeLuxe, ...*,** 






8 , Double Slot 5 & 25/^^445^00 


CAILLE 



8,10/ Comet Console, ,f^l29^50 

200,00 

8 .1/ 



8,25/ Comet Console, *,*175^00 

225,00 

1.5/ 


97,50 

8,5/ Comet Console,,,,, 100,00 


1 .10/ 


150, 00 

85 //2 5/ Comet Con Comb ,195, 00 

200,06 

5,25/ 


139,50 

7,5/ K1 1 tv . . , , f t • . , , - 



8,5/ and 25/.,,,,,,,,., 


8,10/ Kitty^ 1 ♦,,,,, ,, 


105,00 

5,5/ Cadet 



8,25/ Ki tty, ^ ^ . 

..,210.00 


8,10/ Cadet,.,,,,,,,., 



6,5/ Comet Rod f ^ f , 

99,50 


5,25/ Cadet,,,,,,.,,,, 


129,50 

8,1 0/ Com et. j Red . • * , , ■ 



8,5/ Playboy,*,,,,*,,* 


7,5/ Si ugproof , 

l*j_,90,00 

100,00 

7,10/ Playboy, , 


50,00 

8,10/ Slugproof , ., , , . 





8,25/ Slugproof.,.,,, 




THE CONFIDENTIAL PRICE LIST 

[n Exclusive Merchandising Service for the Coin Machines Industry Issued Every Week by 

THE CASH BOX, 381 FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 16, N. Y. 


6 NO. 32 


MAY 1, 1945 


SERIAL NUMBER 188 


ONE-BALLS 


f! 


I 


I 

s 

I 






8*A11 American Derby Con$200,00 - 

295.00 

8.Pastin» (Rev)..,,.. 

.3175.00 - 

250.00 

8»All Americem. < 




fi.pTfi ftlmp c c pn - - - 

20.00 

35 .00 

8«Arlington* •••••••• 



35.00 

S_Pn riPinn toT* PD. 

-00 

1 ,'^S^OO 

S^Aksarabon^FO. • • ... 



49.50 

8-Pot Shot..,..,..,,, 

«_.39.50 

69,50 

8•Arro^^ead• ••■••••< 



50.00 

5.Pim1iftO PP-. 

,_.425.00 

549.50 

5, Big Race ,P0 



94.50 



8*Big Prize, FP 




l.Race King, Rev,,... 


295.00 

8, Big Prize, PO. , 




, 1. Re cord Time FP.,,.. 


185.00 

5*Blue Grass FP*,,«< 



199.50 

i^.kockingham, 



S.Blue Ribbon, PO*. .. 











8. Seven Flasher, FP., , 


129.50 

5 •Challenger.; 







2 .Club Trophy, FP , 



350.00 

2. Sky Lark,FF & PO... 


169.50 




39.56 




5‘. Cont^ st ,FF , 




5. Sport Event, FF 


169.50 





l.Sport Special,FF.. •••145.00 

179.50 

2«Dark Horse, FP. .. ., 



199.50 

5. Sport Page,F0 


69.50 

8« Derby King,PO..,,, 




4.Santa Anita.PO, , , ,, 


295.00 

e.Derby Clock, PO.... 



75 .00 

5 .Spinning Reels, PO,. 

..100.00 

159.50 

B.Derby Heat PO...., 




2, Sport King,rO. .,,,, 


279,50 

8«Derby Time PO..... 



119.50 

8. Stepper Upper PO... 


. 

8 .Derby Winner,PO... 




2,Sportsmen(Rev), , • , • 


385.00 

5. '41 Derby FP...... 



375.00 

8.Track Record 


125.00 

5«Dust VVhlr Is •••••• < 



52'5.6'6 

5. Thistledowns, PO, ,, • 







5.Thorobred 



R -FIiiT'fiVfi ....... 


... -59.50 


6 .Turf Champ,FF . . 


75.00 





8,Turf Special....,,, 



6«Feed Bag,FO*. .. . ., 




5 .Turf King 


595.00 

8«Flasher,P0 



129.50 







35.00 

7,Victorious 1943(Rev 

).,85.00 

129,50 

6»Flying Qiamp 



175.00 

B.Victorious 1944(Rev 

).165.00 


8.Fairmount. 



595.00 

B.Victorious 1945 (Rev 

).199.50 




, P9.50 


7 .Victory FP • 


45,00 








5.Five-In-0ne ,FP. • . . 



89.50 

8.^/hirlaway (Rev),,,, 


450,00 




329.50 








1 .V/inning Ti cket , . , , . 


169,50 

2. Go Id Cup,FT ...... . 



50.00 

S.Vfer Admiral(Rev) ,., 


• 

2 .Grand NationalTO., 



135.00 




1 .Grand Stand PO. . . . 


..--79-50 

150.00 

5. Zipper 



5. Gold Medal, PO..... 



49.50 




8 .Hawthorne , PO 







8 .Hi*Boy,PO. . ... .. . . 







8.Horse shoes, FO. . .. . 







8 .Jockey Club....... 







G.Jumbo '44......... 



185.00 




2 .Kentucky. 



400.00 




l.Long Acre......... 



565.00 




S.Long Shot PO...... 



350.00 




S.Ono-TVfo-Ihree '39 

FP. 

• • • .35 .00 

45.00 




6 .One- Two -Three '40 FP. 






8.0no-‘^wo-Three '41 

FF. 


125.00 




4.0wl,F.r 



94.50 








THE CONFIDENTIAL PRICE LIST 

An Exclusive Merchandising Service for the Coin Machines Industry Issued Every Week by 

THE CASH BOX. 381 FOURTH AVENUE. NEW YORK 16. N. Y. 


>L. 6 NO. 32 




1945 

SERIAL NUMBER 1 

GAMES 


. 

6 • Conto s t ••• ••••«•••••• ^X5 ^ 00 

- 022.50 

8*Contest 


135,00 

8 •Convention 

,.,20.00 


8 .Cowboy. 


19,50 

2,Cover Girl.,.,.,,., 


250.00 

1« Cross Line 


59,50 

8, Crystal Gazer,,,,,, 



8 .Crystal 



6,Dandy 



8,Daily t)ozen ,,, 



5, Davy Jones 



4*Dofense (Genco)..., 


105,00 

5,Defense (Baker),,,, 


49.50 

8, De-Icer (Rev) 

. ,.89.50 


8,Destroyer (Rev) 



8,Dive Bomber (Rev) ,,, 



G.Di^^ie 


50.00 

6 • Do-Ro-Mi 


59,50 

S.Double Feature 


25,00 

2*^oughboy 


29,50 

5 .Double Play 


79,50 

6. Drum Major .,,, 

• ..32.50 

35,00 

l.Dude Ranch. . • 


49.50 

StDuplcx 


69.50 

S.Eeglo Squadron(Rev) 

..115.00 

119.50 

5. Entry. 



B.Eurcka., 



8. Falling Sun (Rev), *59.50 


B.Fantasy 



•7.Fifth Inning,,,,,., 


35,00 

8. Fifty Grand 



l.Fishin' (Rev),.,,,. 


139,50 

8.Five-In-0ne 



2 .Five tc Ten & Tw^enty 

..110.00 

119,50 

G.Flagship 


26,00 

2. Flat Top (Rev),.,,, 


250,00 

5 .Fleet 


35.00 

ckcr •••« •• ••••• 

• • .50.00 


2 .Flying, Tiger 


209.50 

G.Pollies '40,,,,,,,, 


35.00 

8. Follow Up.,,,,,,.,, 


■ • 

S.Foreign Colors,,,,#, 

..249.50 

*• 

2. Formation, 


35,00 

5.Four Aces 

,,100,00 

129,50 

l.Four Diamonds,,,,,., 


62,50 

8, Four-Five-Six ( 



2.Four Roses 


64.50 

.5 .Fox Hunt 

. 

• 

• 

o 

o 

50,00 

8.Flash 



S.Girls Ahoy(Rev), , ,,, 


59.50 

8 . G1 amo ur,..,, 


35,00 

2 .Gobs 



5, Gold Star , 


39.50 

S.Golden Gate,,,,.,,,, 



5, Grand Cfenyon(Rev), ,..175.00 

250.00 

l.Gun Blub 


80,00 

6,Headliner , 


20.00 

8.Hi-Boy (Rev) 



6, Hi -Dive, 


69,50 

4.Hi-Hot,, 


75.00 

B.High Light 



2, High Stepper . 


55,00 

l,Hit-The-jap(hev'). . 


55,00 

5. Hold Over 


50,00 

l.Home Run '40 


40.00 

5, Ho me Run '41 


57.50 

l.Home Run '42,...,... 

.79,50 

90,00 

1 .Horoscope 49.50 

69,50 


X C# BowXui* ••#••• 

..^45,00 

To ^75,00 

5 , Acti on (Re V J ,,,,,, , 


165,00 

Axx* CxF cus •••• ••••• 

.,110.00 

135,00 

l.Air Force, . 


100,00 

8.Air liner 



8, Airport 



7 .Alert (Rev) 


95,00 

8.A11 Baba 



l.All American*. 


52,50 

6, All Out (Rev) 


59,50 

5, American Beauty(Rev 

). 199.50 

249,50 

l.Anabel. 


39,50 

4.Argontine 


80,00 

5,Arizona(Rov ). 

..199,50 

250,00 

8.Ai*mada. 


37,50 

S.Arrovdiead, 



6 , Attent ion 


60.00 

B.Avalon 



8 .Airway. 



6 .Bally Beauty, ...... 



8 .Banner 



1 .Bandwagon 

• • « 32 0 5 0 

50.00 

^.Bong, 



5.Barrage *. * 


39,50 

8, Battle (Rev) 



2 .Belle Hop, 


69.50 

2 .Big Chief.* 


50.00 

8,Big League* ....... . 



2 .Big Parade 

• Of 99p50 

134,50 

6 .Big Show* .*,.* 



6.Big Six. 



B.Big Ten............ 


35.00 

2 .Bi g Time .**.*...... 


30,00 

7,Big Town**..,,...,. 


39.50 

B.Blackout **** 



6.Blondie. 


50,00 

5.Boiribardier (Rev) .... 


179,50 

2 .Bola V/ay. .. * * 


80,00 

8 .Bomb- The -Ax is 


49,50 

l.Boomtown, ... * 


50,00 

l.Bordetovm 


50.00 

l.Bosco. 


89.50 

8,Boimty, 


18.00 

8, Bowling Alley 


29,50 

B.Pox Score 



5.3rnzil(Rev) 

►199.50 

250.00 

5, Brito Spot 



4,Broadcast. 


59,50 

8.Buckaroo 


27.50 

8.Burlesk (Rev)., 



7 .Cadillac, 



8 .Canteen 

,149.50 

179.50 

S.Capt.Kidd 


74.50 

4.Casnblanca(Rcv), ., 

,189,50 

250.00 

CKcimp ••••••••••••••! 

,.54.50 

65.00 

8 .Champion 



8 . Chturm, 



5 .Chevron. * 



8, Chief 



6.Chubbie. 


19.50 

6, Circus .**. 



5.Click. 



6 . Clipper 



5 • eXovGr •••••••••••••• 

,69,50 

75,00 




6 , Ccxnnande r(Rev) 



2, Conmodore 



6, Congo ., •*.,•. 



8.Conquest. 




5. Invasion (Rev) 



1 .Powerhouse 

*^29,50 

- 539.50 



250.00 

1. Production (RevO,,,, 

,139,50 

179.5 0 




5. Progress*... .*. ....• 


39.50 



144*50 

6 .Punch 


25. OC 

P . rT>Tmr\piT* 



5 .Pursuit ...... ....a.. 


49,50 



80.00 

5*Pylon a. 


35.00 




S.Pyramid * 



5*Keep * em FlyinR* • • • . 


149.50 

8 .Ragtime 


27,50 




S.Rgt R (Re v) , 



fi^KlinV 



6 * Re ho up - -TT - -- -- -TTt 


20,00 



130,00 

8, Record Breaker,,,,,* 





129*50 

8,Red Hot. ...a **, 


29*50 

P^T/^-np.nr. * 


30*00 

5*Red^ V/hi te & Blue... 

m29,50 

30*00 



45*00 

l.Repeater 


50*00 



57*50 

8 « Re s e r ve ............. 

*^17,50 


R,Le^nH Off 


29.50 

8 *Ri nk 





35*00 

8,Roll Call (Rev)a,*a* 





79,50 

R.RoT T er Dor'hv. ....... 

*_,15,00 

32*00 



169*50 

5 .Rotationi , ...a..*,,* 


35,00 

fi^Li'he'T'by (Rev 


92,50 

l.Rotar Table......... 


89*50 

fS alii mr>li pht;, • t « t , • a • a 


27,50 

6 * Roxy. .............. 


22*50 

2«Linc Up, 


30*00 




6,Lite»A“Card* •••••••• 


65.00 

5 . Sa lute .............. 


39,50 

R*T>o'nA iSf.n r« ♦,*•»•*** • 



5 .Santa Fe (Rev),****# 



8 Fup •,,,,a,,a«« 



7 .Sara Susy* .•••*. ••.* 


40*00 

8 #Lot-0— &Tioke* «••••••• 



8 * Sccnda Is(Rev) a *,,*,* 



5 •Lucky, •••••••••••••• 


25.00 

l.School Days, a a. • . . a a 


59,50 

6 .Lucky Strike 



5* Scoop. .............a 


22*50 

6*MnTcrg ^ 4Ua • « • •• a « , , 


20*00 

6. Score— A-Li ne ........ 

,^22,50 

40,00 

t.Mn.jors *41* •••••••• • 


65,00 

6 a Score Card. 


fi.MardI Gra s • « • • • * • a • a 



5 a Score Champ, , , 


25*00 

l,Mnrinos At Play*«««* 


209.50 

8 a Scout (Rev} a a a a a a a a a 





179*50 

4a Sea Hawk, • a 


57*50 




8* Sea Powers (Rev),,,, 



8 .Mascot • ••••••••••••• 


55.00 

6, Second Front (Rev)*, 

,,75,00 

125,00 

5 .Merry-Go-Round* 


29*50 

5 .Sentry (Rev), .,.•*•*• 


79*50 

4,Metro» •••••••••••••• 


49*50 

laSeven Up 


69*50 

8 •Miami •• ■•••••••••••• 


20,00 

2*Shangri La,,. ..••*** 


179,50 




5* Short Stop,, ,,•••*** 


30*00 

l*Miami Beach,*..... •• 


79*50 

2 .Show Boat* ••.,••*•* , 


55*00 

8 .Midway (Genco ) • • •• •• 


15,00 

8,Side Kick, a . a a ** , a * * 


19*50 

2.Midway (Rev). ,....• . 


170*00 

6aSilver Skates,, •* *,, 


59.50 

S.Miss iimerica (Rev).. 


59,50 

6*Silver Spray*,,,,,*, 


42*50 

6,Mr* Chips*, ••••••• •• 


25,00 

5, Sink- The -Jap (Rev), * , 


65*00 

l.Monicker,,,, 


95*00 

8, Sixty Grand,*. ., a, *, 



6 .Mystic, ••••..*..•••• 


49*50 

5, Sky Blazae a a a a a a ,, *• 


85,00 

2. New Champ. ••.....•. . 


64.50 



187,50 

6»Nippy,...,.,.. ...•., 


18*50 

l.Sky Line 


50*00 

8.Nite Club (Rev. ,,.•. 



la Sky Ray* ••• 


69.50 

7. Ocean Park, ••••••.. . 


16,00 

2, Sky Rider (Rev)**,*, 


209.50 

5. Oh Boy* •......•••. a • 



2, ST an — The nn.*...,*. 


60,00 

1* Oh Johnny* ,... ,. 


49,50 

1, SI Upper 


75*00 

5,On Deck*, ••***•• a ,. a 


39*50 

5*Smak- The-Jap(Rev)* • • 


60.00 

1. Oklahoma, •• a a,,,,,,. 


250*00 



65,00 

S.Cfee-Tvro-Three *39,,, 


50,00 

6 .South Paw*. a. a . *, •*• 


62,50 

6*One — Two— Th i*ee *40*.. 


89,50 

5 * Spa rky ••• ••**•*.,*** 



B *0ne- Two-Three *41, ,• 



2*Speed Ball. ••.,,•*• • 


50,00 

2* Owl** ••*•••••*••*••• 



6. Speed Deomo. ....... . 


35*00 

8.Pals,*.*aaaa..a. aa.. 



8 * Speedway, .....a..*.. 


27,50 

S.Paratroop (Rev)**.,, 


179.50 

8, Sneedv, ,*****,.•**,• 


29.50 

2, Pan Ameri can **..... a 


59,50 

7 * Spn rt Sa. *,«*«•***,,• 



4aParadise* 


50*00 

2 a Sports Parade,*, a aa a 


49.50 

8, Parade Leader (Revj. 



8 a Stop (c Go, a a . . a .* a a a 


19.50 

8 a Pep (Rev ) , , a. *• . a a . a 



8 - Sno rtv. .... ......... 


24,50 

S.Pick *em*aaaa.aaa. aa 



5*SpOt-A-Card,a* a aa •** 


79.50 

4. Pin Up Girl (Rev),,, 


209,50 

6,Spot-Cha (Rev)*aaaa, 

.199,50 


laPlay Ball. *.*...., a a 


55*00 

la Spot Pool, a • . a* a aaa a 


80,00 

8 a P T ayrria te 


25,00 

8 . Snot tern. .. .......... 



6,Playtime (Rev),*,,*. 


5aStage Door Canteen,* 

,200,00 

210.00 

5 *Polo, •••«•.••••••••• 


37*50 

6 , St a rSaa.aaa aaa*****. 

„59,50 

60*00 

8*Pot Shot * a. a * * . . . a a . 


59,50 

5*Star Attrflctinn* * *, , 


64,50 






75*00 




5, Streamliner***. *,a** 

,199,50 

250*00 


r 


THE CONFIDENTIAL PRICE LIST 

An Exclusive Merchandising Service for the Coin Machines Industry Issued Every Week by 

THE CASH BOX, 381 FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 16, N. Y. 


L 6 NO. 32 


MAY 1, 1945 


SERIAL NUMBER 188 


FREE PLAY GAMES 


8 •Summertime ..$40^00 
5«Sun Beam. .79*50 

7 • Supercharger ......27,50 

2 .Super Chubbie .. . . . , 

5.Super Six ••17,50 


2, Sun Valley(Rev). ..115,00 
5,Tail Gunner (Con). • .. • ,64,50 
2,Targct Skill.. ••••• 

2,Ten Spot.... .,45,00 

2 .Texas Mustang ,65,00 

5,lhree Score 34.50 

5,Three Up.. •••27,50 

8, Thriller 19,50 

1, Thumbs Up Rev. ....... .,60,00 

5, Topic. 70.00 


.$40,00 


6 .Vacation., . . . . 





8 .Variety.., ....... 


$25.00 

69,50 

90.00 

95.00 


$37,50 

l.Velvet 



50.00 

2 • Venus ............ 



29.50 

2, Vi ctory 




5, Vogue ............. 



.115.00 

137.50 






2 .Wagon Wheels...,. 

2 39 ,50 

250,00 

69.50 

25.00 


45,00 

6,V/est ’.Vind 



59.50 

2, White Sails 

• • • • • 19 • 0 


80.00 

5,V/ild Fire. ....... 


59.50 


49.50 

37.50 

139.50 

85,00 


8, Top Notcher 


24.50 

6,Toppor 


29,50 

5, Torpedo Patrol(Rev), 

..119.00 

179.50 

1, Towers 


89.50 

5, Trade Wind (Rev).... 



2 • Trai Iways ........... 



8, Trapeze 



8 .Triumph.. 



8,Triple Play 



8 .Twinkle 


19,50 

2 .Twin-Six. 


64.50 


5 .Winps 


37.50 

29.50 

6, Wow 


2 .Yacht Club 


5, Yanks 


105.00 

8 .Zenith 


7 ,2eta 


19.50 

70,00 

2,Zig Zag. ........ 


8.Zip 


5 .Zombie 


69.50 


2,lbip.. . . 

8, Up & Up 


27.50 

34.50 


29.50