Adjustment assistance and NAFTA transitional adjustment assistance: Duty Electric et al.,

 
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[Federal Register: August 11, 1999 (Volume 64, Number 154)]

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DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Employment and Training Administration

Notice of Determinations Regarding Eligibility To Apply for Worker Adjustment Assistance and NAFTA Transitional Adjustment Assistance

In accordance with Section 223 of the Trade Act of 1974, as amended, the Department of Labor herein presents summaries of determinations regarding eligibility to apply for trade adjustment assistance for workers (TA-W) issued during the period of July , 1999.

In order for an affirmative determination to be made and a certification of eligibility to apply for worker adjustment assistance to be issued, each of the group eligibility requirements of Section 222 of the Act must be met.

(1) that a significant number or protection of the workers in the workers' firm, or an appropriate subdivision thereof, have become totally or partially separated,

(2) that sales or production, or both, of the firm or subdivision have decreased absolutely, and

(3) that increases of imports of articles like or directly competitive with articles produced by the firm or appropriate subdivision have contributed importantly to the separations, or threat thereof, and to the absolute decline in sales or production.

Negative Determinations for Worker Adjustment Assistance

In each of the following cases the investigation revealed that criterion (3) has not been met. A survey of customers indicated that increased imports did not contribute importantly to worker separations at the firm.

TA-W-36,283, A, B, C; Hevi-Duty Electric, Mt. Vernon, IL, Pell City, AL, Cortland, NY, and Berwick, PA TA-W-36,189; Gary Williams Energy Corp., Roosevelt, UT TA-W-36,332; S & S Chemical and Oil, Inc., Williston, ND TA-W-36,223; Dydrolex, Inc., Longview, TX TA-W-35,959; Bonney Forge Cop., Allentown, PA TA-W-36,232; Total Safety, Inc., Watford City, ND TA-W-36,320; CAC, Inc., Edmund, OK TA-W-36,214; Union Drilling, Inc., Roosevelt, UT TA-W-36,211; Aquila Gas Pipeline Corp., San Antonio, TX TA-W-36,133; MCM Enterprises, Inc. (A/k/A Midstates Wire), Crawfordsville, IN TA-W-35,682; Newport Steel Corp., Newport, KY TA-W-35,846; U.S. Axle, Inc., Pottstown, PA TA-W-36,380; Smurfit-Stone Container Corp., Laporte, IN TA-W-36,069; Thyssen Mining Construction, Inc. & Betty B. Coal Co., Inc., Coeburn, VA TA-W-35,887; Hydroform USA, Inc., Carson, CA TA-W-35,566; H & H Strandflex, Oriskany, NY TA-W-36,408; Geo-Log, Inc., Granbury, TX TA-W-35,857; Johnstown Corp., Johnstown, PA TA-W-36,077; Graybec Lime, Inc., Central Quarry, Pleasant GAP, Formerly Bellefonte Lime Co., Bellefont, PA TA-W-36,374; Rockwell Automation, Reliance Electric Custom Motors, Kings Mountain, NC

In the following cases, the investigation revealed that the criteria for eligibility have not been met for the reasons specified.

TA-W-36,404; CXY Energy, Dallas, TX TA-W-36,347; Great River Insurance Co., Accounting Dept. Meridian, MS TA-W-36,353; Gdynia-America Line, Inc., Elizabeth, NJ TA-W-36,405; First Reserve Oil and Gas Co., Midland, TX TA-W-36,335; Kellogg Brown & Root, Odessa, TX TA-W-36,474; Weyerhauser Co., Export Service, Coos Bay Chip Operations, North Bend, OR TA-W-36,352; Triton Energy, Dallas, TX TA-W-36,450; AMP, Inc., Metrology Group, Harrisburg, PA

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TA-W-36,419; Inter-American Oil Works, Inc., Odessa, TX TA-W-36,157 &A; Paramount Pictures, Hollywood, CA and Walt Disney Pictures & Television, Burbank, CA TA-W-36,470; Cable Repair of Hobbs, Inc., d/b/a Cable Service Co. Hobbs, NM TA-W-35,958; Jencraft Corp., McAllen, TX TA-W-36,505; American Industrial Components, Inc., Breckenridge, TX TA-W-36,497; Power Exploration, Inc., Tyler, TX TA-W-36,519; Kramer Steel, Inc., Farmington Hills, MI TA-W-36,503; Petron Industries, Inc., Alice, TX TA-W-35,893 & A; Natchiq, Inc., Anchorage, AK and Houston, TX

The workers firm does not produce an article as required for certification under Section 222 of the Trade Act of 1974.

TA-W-35,893I; Omega service Industries, Operating Throughout the State of Louisiana and Gulf Coast Offshore TA-W-35,714; Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp., Allegheny Rodney Strip Div., Wallingford, CT TA-W-36,267; Batesville Casket Co., Campbellsville, KY TA-W-35,731; National Material Co., Arnold, PA TA-W-36,276; Allergan Lenior, Lenoir, NC TA-W-36,234; Northrop Grumman Corp., Commercial Aircraft Div., Job Families 7000, 7060, 7441 and 2180, Dallas, TX TA-W-36,264; Batts, Inc., Zeeland, MI TA-W-36,341; Nortel Carrier Solutions (Formerly Known as The Nortel Switching), Research Triangle Park, NC TA-W-36,226; & A; Seagull Energy Corp. Headquartered in Houston, TX and Seagull Pipeline & Marketing Co., Liberty, TX TA-W-36,226B; Seagull Energy E&P, Inc., Pampa, TX and C; Waskom, TX, D; Carthage, TX, E; Freeport, TX, F: Ratcliff, AR, G; Dubach, LA, H; Haughton, LA, I; Morgan City LA, J: Weatherford, OK TA-W-36,226K; Seagull Freestone District, Oakwood, TX TA-W-36,226L; Seagull Field Service, Kilgore, TX TA-W-36,226M; Enstar Transmission & Distribution Center, Anchorage, AK TA-W-36,140; Wellco Enterprises, Inc., Waynesville, NC TA-W-36,351; National Wood Products, Glasgow, KY; TA-W-35,812; Silicon Graphics, Inc., Chippewa Falls, WI and Eagan, MN TA-W-36,075; Universal Welding, Inc., Export, PA TA-W-36,393; Fruit of The Loom, Distribution Center, Campbellsville, KY TA-W-36,279; Hazleton Knitwear, Hazleton, PA TA-W-36,187; & A; Fluor Daniel, Inc., Sugar Land, TX and Tulsa, OK TA-W-36,327; Fisher Rosemount, Inc., Burnsville, MN TA-W-36,409; Barrett Resources Corp., Tulsa, OK TA-W-36,434; Damascus Steel Casting Co., New Brighton, PA

Increased imports did not contribute importantly to worker separations at the firm.

TA-W-35,893E & F; Houston Contracting Co. Operating Throughout The State of AK and Houston, TX

The investigation revealed that criteria (2) has not been met. Sales or production did not decline during the relevant period as required for certification.

TA-W-36,219; Matador Petroleum Corp., Dallas, TX TA-W-35,893B and C; Alaska Petroleum Contractors, Anchorage, AK and Houston, TX TA-W-36,893D; APC Wood LLC, Operating Througout the State of AK TA-W-36,893G; Houston/NANA, J.N. Operating Throughout the State of AK TA-W-36,393H; ASRC Parsons Engineering, LLC, Operating Throughout The State of AK

The investigation revealed that criteria (1) and criteria (2) have not been met. A significant number of proportion of the workers did not become totally or partially separated from employment as required for certification. Sales or production did not decline during the relevant period as required for certification.

TA-W-35,944; Wabash Technologies, Huntington, IN TA-W-36,262A; Allsop, Inc., Laramie, WY

The investigation revealed that criteria (1) has not been met. A significant number or proportion of the workers did not become totally or partially separated from employment as required for certification.

TA-W-36,458; R.L. Bolin, Wichita, Falls, TX TA-W-36,495; Enron Oil and Gas Co., Tyler, TX

The investigation revealed that criteria (2) and criteria (3) have not been met. Sales or production did not decline during the relevant period as required for certification. Increases of imports or articles like or directly competitive with articles produced by the firm or appropriate subdivision have not contributed importantly to the separations or threat thereof, and the absolute decline in sales or production.

Affirmative Determinations for Worker Adjustment Assistance

The following certifications have been issued; the date following the company name and location of each determination references the impact date for all workers of such determination.

TA-W-36,382; Philips Electronics North America Corp., Philips Components Div., Dept 140, Saugerties, NY: May 19, 1998 TA-W-36,086, A,B,C,D; Maxus Energy Corp., Dallas, TX, Midgard Energy Co., Amarillo, TX, Dumas, TX, Canadian, TX and Perryton, TX: March 31, 1998. TA-W-36,312; Master Lick Co., Milwaukee, WI; May 4, 1998. TA-W-36,377; Modern Machine Works, Inc., Dudahy, WI: May 24, 1998. TA-W-36,323; Royce Hosiery Mills, Inc., Conover, NC: May 14, 1998. TA-W-35,251; Gary Drilling Co., Inc., Bakersfield, CA: April 19, 1998. TA-W-35,292 & A; Santa Fe Energy Resources, Inc., d/b/a Santa Fe Snyder Corp., Houston and Midland, TX: May 10, 1998. TA-W-36,296; Yale E, Key, A Div. of Key Energy Service, Inc., Odessa, TX: April 28, 1998. TA-W-36,440; Pilkington Libbey-Owens-Ford a/k/a Libby Owen Ford, Sherman, TX: June 8, 1998. TA-W-36,443; Penn Transfer LTD, West Hazleton, PA: June 11, 1998. TA-W-36,062; Stonecutter Textiles, Inc., Spindale, NC: March 29, 1998. TA-W-36,281; Rick Bar Processing, Inc., Bethlehem, PA: May 12, 1998 TA-W-36,106; Funtime Sportswear, Inc., Lansford, PA: April 12, 1998. TA-W-36,429; Dyersburg Corp., Alamac Knit Fabrics, Hamilton, NC; June 2, 1998. TA-W-36,413; Jantzen, Inc., Portland, Or: June 2, 1998. TA-W-36,430; Gemini Fashions Partnership, Union City, NJ: May 26, 1998. TA-W-36,435; May Tag & Label Corp. Div. of Acco Brands, Including Leased Workers of Agency Solutions Staffing Services, Hillside, NJ: May 13, 1998. TA-W-36,316; Kellwood Co., Sportswear Div., Coffeeville, MS: May 1. 1998. TA-W-36,334; Federal Mogul Friction Products & World Wide Aftermarket Distribution, Manila, AR: May 14, 1998.

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TA-W-36,355 & A; Cresthill Industries, Inc., Yonkers, NY and New York, New York: May 20, 1998. TA-W-35,249; Coastal Oil and Gas Corp., Amarillo, TX: April 10, 1998. TA-W-36,124; Coastal Oil and Gas Corp., Altamont, UT: April 1, 1998. TA-W-36,204; Madiera Twin Fashions, Inc., New Bedford, MA: April 20, 1998. TA-W-36,182; Jackes-Evans Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, MO: April 22, 1998. TA-W-36,295; Chevron USA Production Co (CPDN), A Div. of Chevron USA, Inc., Midland, TX and A; AK, B; CA, C; CO, D; LA, E; MS. F; NM, G; OK, H; TX, I; UT: April 27, 1998. TA-W-36,289; Marathon Oil Co., Houston, TX, A; WY and B; MI: May 7, 1998. TA-W-36,192; Nextrom, Inc., Perth Amboy, NJ: April 23, 1998. TA-W-36,113; Twin Ridge Corp., Acton, ME: April 15, 1998. TA-W-36,136; Lamesa Apparel, Lamesa, TX: April 19, 1998. TA-W-36,293; Leamco-Ruthco, Inc., Div. Of Weatherford ALS, Perryton, TX: April 22, 1998. TA-W-36,294; Lankford Oil and Gas, Graham, TX: May 6, 1998. TA-W-36,109 & A; Johansen Brothers Shoe Co., Inc., Corning, AR and Harrisburg, AR: April 7, 1998. TA-W-36,337 & A; House of Ronnie, New York, NY and Jasper Textiles, Jasper, FL: May 19, 1998. TA-W-36,400; Elementis Pigments, Inc., East St. Louis, IL: May 21, 1998. TA-W-36,395 A; Circle De Lumber Beaver Marsh Yard, Beaver Marsh, OR and Klamath Falls, OR: June 1, 1998. TA-W-35,898; American Alloys, Inc., New Haven, WV: March 3, 1998. TA-W-36,078; International Paper Co., Mobile, AL: March 30, 1998. TA-W-36,315; Vesuvius USA Steel Div., Zelienople, PA: May 13, 1998. TA-W-36,331; Victoreen, Inc., Component Dept., Solon, OH: May 7, 1998. TA-W-36,132; J.H. Boone's Inc., Gainesville, FL: April 16, 1998. TA-W-36,012; Rhone-Poulenc AG Co., Ambler, PA: March 25, 1998. TA-W-36,083; Schneider Drilling Corp., Tyler, TX: March 25, 1998. TA-W-36,145; K & B Manufacturing, Inc., Lake Havasu City, AZ: April 22, 1998. TA-W-36,310; Holiday Products, Inc., El Paso, TX: May 8, 1999. TA-W-36,397; Techneglas, Inc., Finishing Operation, Pittston, PA: May 18, 1998. TA-W-36,031; Joe's Casing & Drilling, Inc., Williston, ND: March 22, 1998. TA-W-36,225; A. B. Glen Enterprises, Inc., Reform Manufacturing Div., Reform, Al and Detroit Slack Div., Finishing and Pressing Dept, Detroit, Al and McCoy Manufacturing, Sulligent, Al: May 3, 1998. TA-W-36,034; Gig Dog Driling, Midland, TX: April 6, 1998. TA-W-36,246; Algroup Wheaton Molded Glass Operations, Millville, NJ: April 27, 1998. TA-W-36,143; Glasgow & Sons, Inc., Perth Amboy, NJ: April 15, 1998. TA-W-36,398; Majestic Lace Corp., Union City, NJ: May 27, 1998. TA-W-36,358; Near Corp., New England Audo Resources, Lewiston, ME: May 26, 1998. TA-W-36,252; Fina Oil & Chemical Co., Midland and Houston, TX: April 23, 1998. TA-W-36,278; Mannor Corp., Bay Minette, AL: May 10, 1998. TA-W-36,262; Allsop, Inc., Bellingham, WA: May 7, 1998. TA-W-36,453; Offshore Diamond Drilling, Inc., Houston, TX: June 6, 1998. TA-W-36,463; ITT Cannon, New Britain, CT: June 1, 1998. TA-W-36,236; Yopp & Co., Inc., Florence, SC: April 22, 1998. TA-W-36,253; Charles Komar & Sons, McAlester, OK: May 14, 1998. TA-W-36,459; Medders Oil Co., Inc., Wichita Falls, TX: June 3, 1998. TA-W-36,103; Lincoln Automotive Co. Including Leased Workers of Staffmark & Manpower, Jonesboro, AR: April 6, 1998. TA-W-36,411; Apache Corp., Houston, TX: May 17, 1998. TA-W-36,340; Beartrack Mine, Meridian Gold, Salmon, ID: May 20, 1998. TA-W-36,354; Rama Group of Companies, Inc., Charm Graphics, Cheektowaga, NY: May 20, 1998. TA-W-36,308; Amercord, Inc., Lumber City, GA: May 13, 1998. TA-W-36,920; Soniform, El Cajon, CA: March 8, 1998. TA-W-36,073; Mann Manufacturing Co., Inc., Walnut Grove, MS; April 8, 1998. TA-W-36,161; Lab-Volt Systems, Inc., Wall, NJ: April 9, 1998. TA-W-36,386; A.A. Fogley Co., Inc., Paris, AR: May 22, 1998. TA-W-36,147; ITT Industries, Fluid Handling Systems, New Lexington, OH: April 19, 1998. TA-W-36,365; Ashland Specialty Chemical Co., Plaquemine, LA: May 26, 1998. TA-W-36,209 and A; Acorn Products Co., Inc. Hampden, ME and Lewiston, ME: May 3, 1998. TA-W-36,886 & A, B, and C; Justin Boot Co., Sarcoxie, MO, Cashville, MO, Carthage, MO and Fort Forth TX: March 3, 1998. TA-W-36,166; Weatherford International, Weatherford Completion & Oilfield Services Div., Kilgore, TX: April 9, 1998. TA-W-36,241; Holston Defense Corp., Kingsport, TN: April 23, 1998. TA-W-36,344; Crysteco, Inc., Welmington, OH: July 20, 1998. TA-W-36,299; ABB Power T & D Co., Inc., Bloomington, IN: May 11, 1998. TA-W-36,948; F. Schumacher & Co., Richburg, SC: May 10, 1998. TA-W-36,005; The Cannondale Corp., Bedford, PA: March 20, 1998.

All workers engaged in work related to manufacturing bicycles separated on or after March 20, 1998.

All workers engaged in work manufacturing bicycle clothing and accessories are denied.

TA-W-36,917; Compaq Computer Corp., Network Productions Div., Irving, TX: March 8, 1998. TA-W-36,515; Strasburg Manufacturing, Strasburg, VA: June 15, 1998. TA-W-36,175; The Frog, Switch and Manufacturing Co., Carlisle, PA: April 15, 1998. TA-W-36,311; Sew Crafters, LLC, Royston, GA: May 7, 1998 TA-W-36,325; Fasco Motors Group, Russellville, AR: May 7, 1998. TA-W-36,020; Precision Circuits, Inc., Eatontown, NJ: March 19, 1998. TA-W-36,230 & A; Johansen Brothers Shoe Co., Inc., Harrisburg, AR and Corning, AR: April 30, 1998. TA-W-36,466; Delta Tanning Corp., North Bergen, NJ and Johnsontown, NY: June 8, 1998. TA-W-36,066; Reach, Inc., Woodmill Div., Klamath Falls, OR: March 31, 1998. TA-W-36,487; Praegitzer Indusries, Huntsville, AL Division, Madison, AL: June 18, 1998. TA-W-36,326; C & J. Manufacturing, Inc., Blytheville, AR: May 12, 1998. TA-W-36,387; Sylvia Hats, Inc. St. Louis, MO: May 27, 1998. TA-W-36,138; ABB Vetco Gray, Inc., Houston, TX: April 20, 1998 TA-W-36,462; Lee County Textiles, Inc., Giddings, TX: May 28, 1998 TA-W-36,513; London International Group, Inc., Dothan Plant and Centre Plant, Dothan, AL: June 18, 1998.

All workers engaged in work manufacturing latex gloves separated on or after June 18, 1998;

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and

All workers engaged in testing and packaging condoms are denied. TA-W-36,188; Preferred Foundation, Freeport, NY: April 28, 1998

Also, pursuant to Title V of the North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act (P.L. 103-182) concerning transitional adjustment assistance hereinafter called (NAFTA-TAA) and in accordance with Section 250(a), Subchapter D, Chapter 2, Title II, of the Trade Act as amended, the Department of Labor presents summaries of determinations regarding eligibility to apply for NAFTA-TAA issued during the month of July 1999.

In order for an affirmative determination to be made and a certification of eligibility to apply for NAFTA-TAA the following group eligibility requirements of Section 250 of the Trade Act must be met:

(1) That a significant number or proportion of the workers in the workers' firm, or an appropriate subdivision thereof, (including workers in any agricultural firm or appropriate subdivision thereof) have become totally or partially separated from employment and either--

(2) That sales or production, or both, of such firm or subdivision have decreased absolutely,

(3) That imports from Mexico or Canada of articles like or directly competitive with articles produced by such firm or subdivision have increased, and that the increases imports contributed importantly to such workers' separations or threat of separation and to the decline in sales or production of such firm or subdivision; or

(4) That there has been a shift in production by such workers' firm or subdivision to Mexico or Canada of articles like or directly competitive with articles which are produced by the firm or subdivision.

Negative Determinations NAFTA-TAA

In each of the following cases the investigation revealed that criteria (3) and (4) were not met. Imports from Canada or Mexico did not contribute importantly to workers' separations. There was no shift in production from the subject firm to Canada or Mexico during the relevant period.

NAFTA-TAA-03201; Lockheed Martin Corp., Tactical Aircraft Systems, Fort Worth, TX NAFTA-TAA-03294; EFTC Corp., Rocky Mountain Operations (RMO), Greeley, CO NAFTA-TAA-03249; Lee County Textiles, Inc., Giddings, TX NAFTA-TAA-03233; Rockwell Automation, Reliance Electric--Custom Motors, Kings Mountain, NC NAFTA-TAA-03186; Smurfit-Stone Container Corp., Laporte, IN NAFTA-TAA-03281; Willamette Industries, Inc., Engineered Wood Products Div., Woodburn, OR NAFTA-TAA-03077; The Cannondale Corp., Bedford, PA NAFTA-TAA-03226; MCM Enterprises, Inc., (A.K.A. Midstates Wire), Crawfordsville, IN NAFTA-TAA-03189; Allergan Lenoir, Lenoir, NC NAFTA-TAA-03229; Sylvia Hat, Inc., St. Louis, MO NAFTA-TAA-03177; C & J Manufacturing, Inc., Blytheville, AR NAFTA-TAA-03152 & A; Johansen Brothers Shore Co., Inc., Corning, AR and Harrisburg, AR NAFTA-TAA-03066; Precision Circuits, Inc., Eatontown, NJ NAFTA-TAA-03141; Fina Oil and Chemical Co., Midland, TX NAFTA-TAA-03235; Apache Corp., Houston, TX NAFTA-TAA-03215; Ingersoll-Dresser Pump Co., Phillipsburg, NJ NAFTA-TAA-03165; SMS Textile Mills, Allentown, PA NAFTA-TAA-03241; Ansell-Edmont Protective Products, Tarboro, NC NAFTA-TAA-03231; Horn Textiles, Inc., Titusville, PA NAFTA-TAA-03100; Pennsylvania Steel Technologies, Inc., A Subsidiary of Bethlehem Steel Corp., Steelton, PA

The investigation revealed that the criteria for eligibility have not been met for the reasons specified.

NAFTA-TAA-03194; Tubby's Auto Service, Inc., Auto Salvage Div., Houston, TX NAFTA-TAA-03207; Bombardier Motor Corp., of America, Recreational Products Div., Wausau, WI NAFTA-TAA-03287; Bauer Nike Hockey USA, Inc., Greenland, NH

The investigation revealed that the workers of the subject firm did not produce an article within the meaning of Section 250(a) of the Trade Act, as amended.

Affirmative Determinations NAFTA-TAA

NAFTA-TAA-03156; Chippenhook Corp., Stamping Department, McAllen, TX: May 5, 1998 NAFTA-TAA-03138; Apollo Tanning, Ltd., Camden, ME: April 30, 1998 NAFTA-TAA-03239; Collins & Aikman, Plastic Div., Homer, MI: April 20, 1998 NAFTA-TAA-03300; AZT Sewing, Commerce, CA: July 9, 1998 NAFTA-TAA-03302; The Bachman Co., Phoenixville Plant, Phoenixville, PA: July 8, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03150 & A; Acorn Products Co., Inc., Hampden, ME and Lewiston, ME: May 3, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03298 & A; Walls Industries, Inc., Merkel Walls Industries, Inc., Merkel, TX and Big Spring Walls Industries, Inc., Big Spring, TX: July 6, 1998 NAFTA-TAA-03171; Rosemount Analytical, Inc., Anaheim, CA: May 5, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03275; Cutler-Hammer, Sensors Business Unit, Everett, WA: June 28, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03286; Abitibi--Consolidated, West Tacoma Div., Steilacoom, WA: June 25, 1998 NAFTA-TAA-03243; Batts, Inc., Zeeland, MI: May 20, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03114; Lab-Volt Systems, Inc., Wall, NJ: April 9, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03273; Stuffed Shirt, Inc., New York, NY: June 24, 1998 NAFTA-TAA-03181; Fasco Motors Group, Russellville, AR: May 11, 1998 NAFTA-TAA-03224; Lincoln Automotive Co., Including Leased Workers of Staffmark & Manpower, Jonesboro, AR: May 17, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03079; Reach, Inc., Woodmill Div., Klamath Falls, OR: March 31, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03247; Proctor and Gamble Paper Products Co., Greenville Plant, Greenville, NC NAFTA-TAA-03214; Algroup Wheaton, Molded Glass Operations, Millville, NJ: April 27, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03213; Associated Spring, Arden, NC: April 27, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03217 & A; Circle De Lumber, Beaver Marsh Yard, Beaver Marsh, OR and Klamath Falls, OR: June 2, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03159; Holiday Products, Inc., El Paso, TX: May 8, 1999 NAFTA-TAA-03262; Techneglas, Inc., Finishing Operation, Pittston, PA: May 18, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03227; Victoreen, Inc., Component Dept., Solon, OH: May 24, 1998 NAFTA-TAA-03258; Vesuvius USA, Steel Div., Zelienople, PA: June 11, 1998. NAFTA-TAA-03126; Jackes-Evans Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, MO: April 26, 1998.

I hereby certify that the aforementioned determinations were issued during the months of July, 1999. Copies of these determinations are

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available for inspection in Room C-4318, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210 during normal business hours or will be mailed to persons who write to the above address.

Dated: August 2, 1999. Grant D. Beale, Program Manager, Office of Trade Adjustment Assistance.

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