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Automotive News Briefs: 23 November 1922

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Topics:  Carlisle

Automotive News Briefs: 23 November 1922

Choosing a Route.
The New York Times

To the Editor of The New York Times:
We have reached our traffic limit if motorists going uptown in the rush hours insist upon following Fourth and Fifth Avenues. In going from my office in lower Broadway to my apartment on Park Avenue, near Sixty-third Street, I take the following route: From the rear entrance of the building in Trinity Place north to Church Street to Vesey Street, east across Broadway, up Park Row and Lafayette Street to Astor Place. Here we turn right on Astor Place to Second Avenue to Twenty-second Street, to First Avenue, to Sixty-second Street, and then left to Park Avenue.
I have no difficulty in making the trip in less than thirty minutes. There is no continual starting up and stopping.
New York, Nov. 20, 1922.

Stamford Tire Plant Shuts Down.
The New York Times

STAMFORD, Conn., Nov. 22.—About 135 men were thrown out of work here today when the Stamford plant of the Carlisle Tire Corporation announced a shutdown. The company said that a general slump in business, due to the Winter season, was responsible.

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