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Conversion. Soft drink dispenser plant. Converted from the production of such items as soft drink dispensers and game boards, this Eastern manufacturing firm now produces precision tools for cartridge manufacture, brass quadrants and other essentials for the armed forces. Personnel has jumped from 12 to 76 workers. In this machine shop different types of measuring gauges, bullet tools, dies and punches for use in America's arsenals are produced. Bristol and Martin Company, New York, New York

Conversion. Soft drink dispenser plant. Converted from the production of such items as soft drink dispensers and game boards, this Eastern manufacturing firm now produces precision tools for cartridge manufacture, brass quadrants and other essentials for the armed forces. Personnel has jumped from 12 to 76 workers. In this machine shop different types of measuring gauges, bullet tools, dies and punches for use in America's arsenals are produced. Bristol and Martin Company, New York, New York

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