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No. P66/68.—Dumont Handkerchiefs, Inc., et al. v. United States,

protests 65/4047, etc. (New York). SILK WEARING APPAREL-SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HEMMED-TRADE AGREEMENT.

FORD, J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of handkerchiefs similar in all material respects to those the subject of Ashear Bros., Inc. v. United States (55 Cust. Ct. 238, C.D. 2582), the claim of the plaintiffs was sustained.

BEFORE THE SECOND DIVISION, MAY 24, 1966

No. P66/69.-Nisonger Corp. and Trans-World Shpg. Corp. et al. r.

United States, protests 63/20895, etc. (New York). SPARK Plugs-PARTS OF AUTOMOBILES--PARTS OF INTERNAL-CoxBUSTION ENGINES OF THE CARBURETOR TYPE-TRADE AGREEMENT.

Rao, C.J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of spark plugs, not dedicated to use in automobiles or any other vehicle or machine, similar in all material respects to those the subject of Lodge Spark Plug Co. v. United States (49 Cust. Ct. 158, C.D. 2379), the claim of the plaintiffs was sustained. No. P66/70.- New York Merchandise Co., Inc. v. United States, pro

test 64/13566 (New York). HIBACHIS-METAL HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS-METAL STOVES—TRADE AGREEMENT,

Rao, C.J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the mer. chandise covered by the foregoing protest consists of hibachis similar in all material respects to those the subject of D. E. Sanford Company v. United States (43 Cust. Ct. 296, Abstract 63217), the claim of the plaintiff was sustained. No. P66/71. Soderhamn Machine Mfg. Co., Inc., et al. v. United

States, protests 61/17879, etc. (Norfolk). DEBARKING MACHINES AND PARTS THEREOF-ELECTRICAL ELEMENT OR DEVICE-MACHINES, UNFINISHED, AND Parts THEREOF_TRADE AGREEMENT.

Ford, J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of Cambio Debarkers and parts thereof similar in all material respects to those the subject of Soderhamn Machine Mfg. Co. v. United States (54 Cust. Ct. 369, Abstract 69205), the claim of the plaintiff's was sustained.

BEFORE THE SECOND DIVISION, MAY 26, 1966
No. P66/72.-Ashear Bros., Inc. v. United States, protests 65/11597,

65/11598, and 65/11599 (New York).
SILK WEARING APPAREL-SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HEMMED_TRADE
AGREEMENT.

FORD, J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of handkerchiefs, not block-printed by hand, similar in all material respect to those the subject of Ashear Bros., Inc. v. United States (55 Cust. Ct. 238, C.D. 2582), the claim of the plaintiff was sustained.

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BEFORE THE SECOND Division, MAY 31, 1966
No. P66/73.—Louis Weinberg Associates, Inc. v. United States, pro-

tests 323780-K, 323883–K, and 327087-K (New York).
Hats, BONNETS, OR Hoods, Nor BLOCKED OR TRIMMED, IN CHIEF
VALUE OF RAMIE_TRADE AGREEMENT.

FORD, J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of hats, bonnets, and hoods, composed wholly or in chief value of straw or ramie, similar in all material respects to those the subject of Morris Shoenthal, Inc. v. United States (52 Cust. Ct. 36, C.D. 2431), the claim of the plaintiff was sustained. No. P66/74.-Mann & Bros., Inc., et al. v. United States, protests

63/14772, etc. (New York). No. P66/75.—Ashear Bros., Inc., et al. v. United States, protests

64/425, etc. (New York). No. P66/76.--Ashear Bros., Inc., et al. v. United States, protests

65/1201, etc. (New York). SILK WEARING APPAREL-SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HEMMED-TRADE AGREEMENT.

Ford, J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of handkerchiefs similar in all material respects to those the subject of Ashear Bros.

, Inc. v. United States (55 Cust. Ct. 238, C.D. 2582), the claim of the plaintiffs was sustained.

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BEFORE THE SECOND DIVISION, JUNE 2, 1966
No. P66/77.—The Cottrell Co, and J. J. Gavin & Co., Inc. v. United

States, protests 65/757, etc. (New York).
SLITTING MACHINES AND PARTS-ELECTRICAL ELEMENT OR DEVICE-
MACHINES AND PARTS-TRADE AGREEMENT.

FORD, J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of slitting machines and parts thereof, which parts are dedicated to use on or for said slitting machines, similar in all material respects to those the subject of J.J. Gavin & Co., Inc., and The Cottrell Company et al. 5. United States (54 Cust. Ct. 414, Abstract 69266), the claim of the plaintiffs was sustained.

BEFORE THE FIRST DIVISION, JUNE 8, 1966

No. P66/78.—Hudson Shipping Co., Inc. v. United States, protest

325852-K(B) (New York). No. P66/79.–Kurt S. Adler, Inc. v. United States, protest 65/5399

(New York). No. P66/80.–Souvenirs, Inc. v. United States, protest 65/7991 (New

York). No. P66/81.—Paul E. Sernau, Inc. v. United States, protests 65/11332

and 65/11749 (New York). PLASTIC PAPERWEIGHTS—HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES—Blowy GLASS ARTICLES, Not CUT OR ENGRAVED—SIMILITUDE—TRADE AGREEMENT.

OLIVER, J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of plastic paperweights similar in all material respects to those the subject of Ace Importing Co., Inc. v. United States (50 Cust. Ct. 226, Abstract 67488), the claim of the plaintiffs was sustained. No. P66/82.-Weather-Rite Sportswear Co., Inc. v. United States,

protests 62/10774, etc. (New York). No. P66/83.—Irving Raincoat Co., Inc. v. United States, protests

64/2017, etc. (New York). No. P66/84.—Weather-Rite Sportswear Co., Inc. v. United States,

protests 64/3504, etc. (Seattle.) No. P66/85.—Nichimen Co., Inc., et al. v. United States, protests

64/14672, etc. (New York). INDIA RUBBER ARTICLES-SYNTHETIC RUBBER ARTICLES—TRADE AGREEMENT.

NICHOLS, J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of articles of synthetic rubber similar in all material respects to those the subject of United States v. Weather-Rite Sportswear Co., Inc. (52 CCPA in C.A.D. 818), the claim of the plaintiff's was sustained.

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BEFORE THE SECOND DIVISION, JUNE 8, 1966

No. P66/86.- National Silver Co. v. United States, protest 62/17672

(New York).
VACUUM BRUSH CLEANERS--METAL HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS ARTI-
CLES HAVING AS AN ESSENTIAL FEATURE AN ELECTRICAL ELEMENT OR
DEVICE-TRADE AGREEMENT.

Rao, C.J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the mer-
chandise covered by the foregoing protest consists of electric vacuum
brushes similar in all material respects to those the subject of Bruce
Duncan Company, a/c Sims-Worms v. United States (45 Cust. Ct. 85,
C.D. 2202), the claim of the plaintiff was sustained.
No. P66/87.—Biddle Purchasing Co. et al. v. United States, protests

59/24912, etc. (New York). HOSE NOZZLES-BRASS ARTICLES-BRASS HOUSEHOLD UTENSILSTRADE AGREEMENT.

Rao, C.J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of hose nozzles similar in all material respects to those the subject of United States v. Lipman's (52 CCPA 59, C.A.D. 859), the claim of the plaintiffs was sustained.

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No. P66/88.—The Electra Spark Co. and Alltransport Corp. et al.

v. United States, protests 60/30312, etc. (New York). SPARK Plugs-PARTS OF AUTOMOBILES-PARTS OF INTERNAL-COMBUSTION ENGINES of the CARBURETOR TYPE-TRADE AGREEMENT.

RAO, C.J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the mer-
chandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of spark plugs, not
dedicated to use in automobiles or any other vehicle or machine, sim-
ilar in all material respects to those the subject of Lodge Spark Plug
Co. v. United States (49 Cust. Ct. 158, C.D. 2379), the claim of the
plaintiffs was sustained.
No. P66/89.–Victor England Agencies, Inc., and Arthur J. Fritz &

Co. v. United States, protest 61/8964 (Los Angeles).
HANGING PAPER, Nor PRINTED, LITHOGRAPHED, DYED, OR COLORED
TRADE AGREEMENT.

RAO, C.J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protest consists of hanging paper similar in all material respects to that the subject of Victor England Agencies, Inc. v. United States (50 Cust. Ct. 83, C.D. 2394), the claim of the plaintiffs was sustained.

No. P66/90.–Baar & Beards, Inc., et al. v. United States, protests

65/3747, etc. (New York). RAYON LABELS-MANUFACTURES OF RAYON-FABRICS, With FAST EDGES-TRADE AGREEMENT.

FORD, J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of rayon labels similar in all material respects to those the subject of Bruce Duncan Co., Inc., a/c Standard Commodities Import & Export Corp. v. United States (51 Cust. Ct. 27, C.D. 2409), the claim of the plaintiffs was sustained.

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BEFORE THE FIRST DIVISION, JUNE 9, 1966
No. P66/91.-T. Cohn, Inc., Lang & Marshall, Inc., et al. v. United

States, protests 61/22360, etc. (New York).
No. P66/92.-J. Cohn, Inc., and Inter Maritime Fwdg. Co., Inc., et al.
v. United States, protests 64/15798, etc. (New York).

MINIATURE MOTORS--PARTS OF TOYS-ELECTRICAL ELEMENT OR DEVICE-TRADE AGREEMENT.

OLIVER, J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of miniature motors similar in all material respects to those the subject of James G. Wiley Co., a/c Ungar Electric Tools, Inc. v. United States (49 Cust. Ct. 199, Abstract 66961), the claim of the plaintiffs was sustained. No. P66/93.—Isaac B. Cohen & Sons Corp. et al. v. United States,

protests 65/3019, etc. (New York). JEWELRY BOXES WITH Dolls—ENTIRETIES–MANUFACTURES OF W00D--TRADE AGREEMENT.

OLIVER, J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protests consists of ballet dancing figures on jewelry boxes similar in all material respects to those the subject of Canton Son, Inc. v. United States (48 Cust. Ct. 398, Abstract 66652), the claim of the plaintiffs was sustained. No. P66/94.-J. E. Bernard & Co., Inc. v. United States, protest

62/6523-12702 (Chicago). VALANCES-BAMBOO CURTAINS-BAMBOO ARTICLES-TRADE AGREEMENT.

Nichols, J. In accordance with stipulation of counsel that the merchandise covered by the foregoing protest consists of valances similar in all material respects to those the subject of D.N.& E. Walter & Co. et al. v. United States (43 Cust. Ct. 26, C.D. 2098), the claim of the plaintiff was sustained.

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