158 Gentlemen: Early next year the Royal Manufacturing Company will open a branch in Detroit where we have won many important and valuable friends. We have most of the permanent personnel which will staff this branch, but shortly there will be two new, important positions open that we will have to fill. We will need dependable sales director and a purchasing agent. These desirable positions pay good salaries The persons we are after must have worked at least Iive years for a manufacturing company and must be able to provide good personal references, If you know of any persons who you think can handle these positions of importance, please have them call Mr. Green, our personnel director, at I16-1117 any morning next week between 9 and 11 o'clock Sincerely yours,
154. To the Stall: I am delighted to be able to tell you that this morning the directors of our company decided to purchase the Yale Paper Manufacturing Company, Which is perhaps the most important and best-know paper manufacturer in the West The final papers should be delivered to our officers about March 15, Dr Roy Trey, who has had many years of valuable training in the paper business, will shortly take direct and personal charge. We believe that this purchase is a step of great importance to our operations in the West where we do from a third to one-half of our business, Lee Baldwin,
155. Gentlemen: The purpose of this letter is to tell you that yesterday the directors of our company decided to halt work on the manufacture of the No. 118 jetliner because of rising cost. If we were to proceed with the work, our costs would be far greater than we had anticipated, The directors regret having to lake this action because we had 200 orders for these planes which were to have been delivered this year and next. We are canceling these orders full details about the board's decision will appear shortly in the daily papers, Sincerely yours
156. Gentlemen your business records are of great importance to your manufacturing business, If one morning you should arrive at your office and find that your records had been burned, could you reopen for business? The chances are you could not what would you then do? Do not let anything happen to your records Deposit them in a welI-built Harris safe, where you will know that they are protected. To learn all about Harries safes, send for a copy of our circular. We will be glad to send it to you if you will sing and mail the enclosed card. Why not do this soon. Sincerely yours.
157 Mrs., Drake: thank you for writing me about the plan you are preparing for our next meeting, When it is ready, will you be good enough to mail it by registered mail to ray West Point address at 116 Main Street. I will be slaying there from July 15 to July 31. Our last meeting was not too inspiring. I am sure sure, though, that our next meeting will be a good one, A, B, Baker