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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK
[ February*!0' 1946
8]

Fiscal Agent of the United States

Public Notice of Offering of $1,300,000,000, or thereabouts, of 91-Day Treasury Bills
Dated February 7, 1946

Maturing May 9, 1946

To all Incorporated Banks and Trust Companies in the
Second Federal Reserve District and Others Concerned:

Following is the text of a notice today made public by the Treasury Department with respect to a new offering of Treas­
ury bills payable at maturity without interest to be sold on a discount basis under competitive and fixed-price bidding.
FO R RELEASE, M ORNING N EW SPA PERS,
Friday, February 1, 1946.

TREASU RY D EPARTM EN T
Washington

The Secretary oi the Treasury, by this public notice, invites tenders for $1,300,000,000, or thereabouts, of 91-day Treasury
bills, to be issued on a discount basis under competitive and fixed-price bidding as hereinafter provided. The bills of this
series will be dated February 7, 1946, and will mature May 9, 1946, when the face amount will be payable without interest.
They will be issued in bearer form only, and in denominations of $1,000, $5,000, $10,000, $100,000, $500,000, and $1,000,000
(maturity value).
Tenders will be received at Federal Reserve Banks and Branches up to the closing hour, two o’clock p.m., Eastern
Standard Time, Monday, February 4, 1946. Tenders will not be received at the Treasury Department, Washington. Each tender
must be for an even multiple of $1,000, and the price offered must be expressed on the basis of 100, with not more than
three decimals, e. g., 99.925. Fractions may not be used. It is urged that tenders be made on the printed forms and forwarded
in the special envelopes which will be supplied by Federal Reserve Banks or Branches on application therefor.
Tenders will be received without deposit from incorporated banks and trust companies and from responsible and
recognized dealers in investment securities. Tenders from others must be accompanied by payment of 2 percent of the
face amount of Treasury bills applied for, unless the tenders are accompanied by an express guaranty of payment by an
incorporated bank or trust company.
Immediately after the closing hour, tenders will be opened at the Federal Reserve Banks and Branches, following which
public announcement will be made by the Secretary of the Treasury of the amount and price range of accepted bids. Those
submitting tenders will be advised of the acceptance or rejection thereof. The Secretary of the Treasury expressly reserves
the right to accept or reject any or all tenders, in whole or in part, and his action in any such respect shall be final. Subject
to these reservations, tenders for $200,000 or less from any one bidder at 99.905 entered on a fixed-price basis will be accepted
in full. Payment of accepted tenders at the prices offered must be made or completed at the Federal Resferve Bank in cash
or other immediately available funds on February 7, 1946.
The income derived from Treasury bills, whether interest or gain from the sale or other disposition of the bills, shall
not have any exemption, as such, and loss from the sale or other disposition of Treasury bills shall not have any special
treatment, as such, under Federal tax Acts now or hereafter enacted. The bills shall be subject to estate, inheritance, gift,
or other excise taxes, whether Federal or State, but shall be exempt from all taxation now or hereafter imposed on the
principal or interest thereof by any State, or any of the possessions of the United States, or by any local taxing authority.
For purposes of taxation the amount of discount at which Treasury bills are originally sold by the United States shall be
considered to be interest. Under Sections 42 and 117 (a ) (1 ) of the Internal Revenue Code, as amended by Section 115 of
the Revenue Act of 1941, the amount of discount at which bills issued hereunder are sold shall not be considered to accrue
until such bills shall be sold, redeemed or otherwise disposed of, and such bills are excluded from consideration as capital
assets. Accordingly, the owner of Treasury bills (other than life insurance companies) issued hereunder need include in
his income tax return only the difference between the price paid for such bills, whether on original issue or on subsequent
purchase, and the amount actually received either upon sale or redemption at maturity during the taxable year for which
the return is made, as ordinary gain or loss.
Treasury Department Circular No. 418, as amended, and this notice, prescribe the terms of the Treasury bills and
govern the conditions of their issue. Copies of the circular may be obtained from any Federal Reserve Bank or Branch.

In accordance with the above announcement tenders will be received at the Securities Department o f this bank (9th
floor, 33 Liberty Street) New York 7, N. Y ., or at the Buffalo Branch of this bank (270 Main Street) Buffalo 5, N. Y.,
up to two o ’clock p.m., Eastern Standard Time, on Monday, February 4, 1946. It is requested that tenders be submitted
on special form printed on reverse side and returned in special envelope enclosed herewith. Payment for the Treasury

bills cannot be made by credit through the War Loan Deposit Account.
mediately available funds.

Payment must be made in cash or other im­
A llan S proul, President.

(Extract from Treasury Department statement released for publication January 29, 1946, announcing
results after tenders were opened for Treasury bills dated January 31, 1946 maturing May 2, 1946)
Total applied for .....$2,025,044,000
Total accepted .......... $1,315,717,000 (includes $53,578,000
entered on a fixed-price basis at
99.905 and accepted in full)
Average price .......

99.905+

Equivalent rate of discount
approx. 0.375% per annum

Range of accepted competitive bids :
High ......................

99.907

Equivalent rate of discount
approx. 0.368% per annum

Low ........................

99.905

Equivalent rate of discount
approx 0.376% per annum

(61 percent o f the amount bid for at the low price
was accepted)




Federal Reserve
______ District
Boston .............................
New York ........................
Philadelphia ....................
Cleveland ..........................
Richmond ........................
Atlanta .............................
Chicago ............................
St. Louis ..........................
Minneapolis ....................
Kansas City ....................
Dallas ...............................
San Francisco ................

T otal .......

Total
Applied for
$

8,175,000
1,539,205,000
44,005,000
16,580,000
12,039,000
13,565,000
296,976,000
18,820,000
3,235,000
17,238,000
5,755,000
49,451,000

$2,025,044,000

Total
Accepted
$

5,991,000
980,553,000
30,745,000
14,201,000
11,259,000
13,565,000
186,929,000
12,853,000
3,235,000
14,118,000
5,365,000
36,903,000

$1,315,717,000
( o ver )

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IM PORTAN T— If it is desired to bid on a competitive basis, fill in rate per 100 and
maturity value in paragraph headed "Competitive Bid” . If it is desired to bid on a fixedprice basis, fill in only the maturity value in paragraph headed "Fixed-Price Bid” .

DO NOT fill in both paragraphs on one form. A separate tender must be used for each bid.
No.

TENDER FOR 91 -D AY TREASURY BILLS
Dated February 7, 1946.

Maturing May 9, 1946.
Dated at.

T o F e d eral R eserve B a n k o f N e w Y
Fiscal Agent of the United States.

.1946

ork,

COMPETITIVE BED

FIXED-PRICE BID

Pursuant to the provisions o f Treasury
Department Circular No. 418, as amended, and
to the provisions of the public notice on
February 1, 1946, as issued by the Secretary of
the Treasury, the undersigned offers to pay

Pursuant to the provisions of Treasury
Department Circular No. 418, as amended, and to
the provisions of the public notice on February
1,1946, as issued by the Secretary of the Treas­
ury, the undersigned offers to pay a fixed-price
of 99.905 (rate per 100) for a total amount of

............................................ * for a total amount of
(Rate per 100)

$..................................................... (maturity value)
of the Treasury bills therein described, or for
any less amount that may be awarded, payment
therefor to be made at your bank in cash or other
immediately available funds on the date stated
in the public notice.

$....................................................
(Not to exceed $200,000)

(maturity value)

o f the Treasury bills therein described, payment
therefor to be made at your bank in cash or other
immediately available funds on the date stated
in the public notice.

The Treasury bills for which tender is hereby made are to be dated February 7, 1946, and are to mature
on May 9, 1946.

This tender will be! inserted in special envelope entitled “ Tender for Treasury bills”
Name of Bidder.,
By.........

(Please pfintj

(Official signature required)

(Title)

Street Address ...........................................
(City, Town or Village, P. O. No., and State)

If this tender is submitted for the account of a customer, indicate the custom er’s name on line b elow :

(Name of Customer)

(City, Town or Village, P. O. No., and State)

Use a separate tender for each customer’s bid.

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
1. N o tender for less than $1,000 will be considered, and each tender must be for an even multiple of
$1,000 (maturity value). A separate tender must be executed for each bid.
2. If the person making the tender is a corporation, the tender should be signed by an officer of the cor­
poration authorized to make the tender, and the signing of the tender by an officer o f the corporation will be construed
as a representation by him that he vhas been so authorized. If the tender is made by a partnership, it should be
signed by a member o f the firm, who should sign in the form “ .............................................................................................. . a
copartnership, by............................................................................................................. . a member of the firm.”
3. Tenders will be received without deposit from incorporated banks and trust companies and from responsible
and recognized dealers in investment securities. Tenders from others must be accompanied by payment of 2 percent
of the face amount of Treasury bills applied for, unless the tenders are accompanied by an express guaranty of
payment by an incorporated bank or trust company.
4. If the language of this tender is changed in any respect, which, in the opinion of the Secretary of the
Treasury, is material, the tender may be disregarded.

Payment by credit through War Loan Deposit Account w ill not be permitted.


T E N T B -8 1 4 -a


* Price must be expressed on the basis of 100, with not more than
three decimal places. Fractions may not be used.
( ov e r )

THE PROCLAIMED LIST OF CERTAIN
BLOCKED NATIONALS
C u m u la tiv e

S u p p le m e n t

No. 1
F e b r u a r y 7, 1946

Containing Additions, Amendments, and
Deletions Made Since Revision X of




December 20, 1945

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON s 1946

D E P A R T M E N T OF S T A T E —P

u b l ic a t io n

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CONTENTS
Page
A d m in is t r a t iv e
G eneral

O rdeh

.

.

1

N o t e s .......................

2

I
Argentina.............................

Page.
P art

II— Continued <

L iech ten stein .....................

7

Portugal and Possessions .

P art

4

B r a z i l .................................

5

C h ile......................................

5

Ecuador

7

P o r t u g a l.........................

7

A n g o la .............................
Spain and Possessions

. .

8
8

.............................

5

S p a i n .............................

8

G u a te m a la .........................

5

Canary Islands

9

Venezuela.............................

6

II
I r a n ......................................

7

Sw eden..................................

9

Switzerland ..........................

P art




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10

T u rk e y ..................................

12

THE PROCLAIMED LIST OF CERTAIN
BLOCKED NATIONALS
Cumulative Supplement No. 1, February 7, 1946
to
Revision X of December 20, 1945
ADM INISTRATIVE ORDER
By virtue of the authority vested in the Secretary of State, acting in con­
junction with the Secretary of the Treasury, the Attorney General, the Secre­
tary of Commerce, and the Director, Office of Inter-American Affairs,
by Proclamation 2497 of the President of July 17, 1941 (6 F. R. 3555),1
Cumulative Supplement 1 containing certain additions to, amendments to,
and deletions from The Proclaimed List of Certain Blocked Nationals, Re­
vision X of December 20, 1945 (10 F. R. 15335), is hereby promulgated.1
By direction of the President:

Jam es F. B

yrnes

H . A. W

Secretary of Slate

allace

Secretary of Commerce

M. V i n s o n
Secretary of the Treasury

F

red

T

om

C. C

lark

Attorney General

H

arold

B. G otaas

Acting Director, Office of
Inter-American Affairs

February 7, 1946
>This proclamation mentions the Administrator of Export Control. Under Executive Order
9630, of Sept. 27, 1945 (10 Federal Register 12245), the Secretary of Commerce now has responsibility
for the administration of export control, having assumed this responsibility on Oct. 20, 1945.
» Filed with the Division of the Federal Register in the National Archives. Requests for printed
copies should be addressed to the Federal Reserve banks or the Department of State.
682225°—46




1

GENERAL NOTES
(1) The Proclaimed List is divided into two parts: part I relates to listings in
the American republics; part II relates to listings outside the American
republics.
(2) Revision X of the Proclaimed List, of which this is a supplement, super­
sedes all previous lists published prior to December 20, 1945. The
present series of supplements is cumulative, and each succeeding
supplement supersedes all previous supplements to the List. Accord­
ingly, the current Cumulative Supplement and Revision X together
constitute the effective List.
(3) In part I titles are listed in their letter-address form, word for word as
written in that form, with the following exceptions:
If the title includes a full personal name, that is, a given name or
initial and surname, the title is listed under the surname.
The listing is made under the next word of the title when the
initial word or phrase, or abbreviation thereof, is one of the
following Spanish forms or similar equivalent forms in any
other language:
Compañía; Cía.; Comp.
Compañía Anónima; C.A.; Comp. Anón.
Sociedad; Soc.
Sociedad Anónima; S.A.; Soc. Anón.
(4) In part I personal-name prefixes such as de, la, von, etc., are considered
as part of the surname and are the basis for listing.
(5) Spanish personal names containing a compound surname are listed,
with rare exceptions, under the first part of the surname. For exam­
ple, the name José Fulano Sutano or José Fulano ÿ Sutano would
be listed:
Fulano Sutano, José
‘ or
Fulano y Sutano, José
Users of the List should, as a precaution, check all surnames that are
part of a particular name.
(6) Addresses appearing after names on the List are not intended to exclude
other addresses of the same firms or individuals. A fisted name refers
to all branches of the business in the country.

2




3

GENERAL NOTES

(7)

For the convenience of users, symbols are placed after ea?h name on the
List to indicate, by reference to the table below, the dates of the sup­
plements or revisions in which the name first appeared, or was amended
or deleted. It has not been found practicable, however, to indicate
here the dates of listings made between July 17, 1941, the date of
the original list, and Revision I, dated February 7, 1942. Accord­
ingly, names appearing prior to Revision I and retained in that revision
are followed only by the symbol “ I ” . Roman numerals refer to
revisions, arabic numerals to supplements. For example, a name
followed by the symbols II— III, X - l signifies that the listing first
1,
appeared in Revision II, Supplement 1; was amended in Revision III;
and was amended or deleted in Revision X , Supplement 1. Since in
the Cumulative Supplements deletions as well as amendments are
carried in each succeeding supplement, the last of two or more sym­
bols may reflect either an amendment or a deletion, depending on the
action heading under which the listing currently appears.
I
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
II
II-l
11-2
II -3
II -4
II—
5
III
III-l
II I—
2
III—
3
III—
4
IV
IV -1
IV -2
IV -3
IV -4

2-7 -42
2-28-42
3-27-42
4-11-42
5-1-42
5-12-42
5-22-42
6-2 -42
6-19-42
7-17-42
7-31-42
8-10-42
8-28-42
9-18-42
10-10-42
10-30-42
11-12-42
11-20-42
12-18-42
1-16-43
2-12-43

1 Noncumulatlve.




IV -5
IV -6
V
V -l
V -2
V -3
V -4
V -5
V -6
VI
VI-1
V I-2
V I-3
V I-4
V I-5
V I-6
VII
V II-1
V I1-2
V I1-3
V II-4

3-13-43
4-9-43
4-23-43
5-7-43
6-4-43
7-2-43
7-30-43
8-27-43
9-24-43
10-7-43
10-22-43
11-19-43
12-17-43
1-14-44
2-11-44
3-10-44
3-23-44
4-7 -44
5-5 -44
6-2-44
6-30-44

V II-5
V II-6
V III
V III-1
V III-2
V III-3
V III-4
VI11-5
V III-6
IX
IX -1
I X -2
IX -3
IX -4
I X -5
» I X -6
IX -7
I X -8
X
X -l

7-28-44
8-25-44
9-13-44
9-22-44
10-20-44
11-17-44
12-15-44
1-12-45
2-9-45
2-28-45
3-9-45
4-6-45
5-4-45
6-22-45
7-27-45
9-14-45
10-25-45
11-26-45
12-20-45
2-7 -46

P art I
ARGENTINA
Additions and Amendments
Argentina de Importación y Exportación S.A., Cía.1 615 Avenida Roque—
Sáenz Peña, Buenos Aires.
I; I X -5 ; X - l .
Address amended from
Buenos Aires and footnote added.
Bockmann, Otto.— Buenos Aires. I X -2 ; X - l . Name amended from Book­
man, Otto.
“ Empacar” S. de R.L.— José Bonifacio 750, Buenos Aires. X - l .
García, Sánchez y Cía.— Belgrano 1470, Buenos Aires. 1-4; X - l . Address
amended from Belgrano 1441, Buenos Aires.
Gaertner, Bruno.— Buenos Aires. I X -5 ; X - l . Name amended from Gartner,
Bruno.
Kade, Federico.— Manzanares 3857, Buenos Aires.
I; X - l .
Address
amended from Jaramillo 4141, Buenos Aires.
Kantert, Federico.— Buenos Aires.
I X -2 ; X - l .
Name amended from
Ivantart, Federico.
Kossmann, Walter.— Buenos Aires. I X - 5 ; X - l .
Name amended froin
Konmann, Walter.
Kreunziger, Juan.— Buenos Airos. I X -5 ; X - l . Name amended from Kreuziger, Juan.
“ L A R ” , S.A.— Reconquista 335, Buenos Aires. V ÎII-1 ; X - l .
Address
amended from Victoria 454, Buenos Aires, and all branches in Argentina.
Luetze, Max.— Buenos Aires. IX -2 ; X - l . Name amended from Leutze, Max.
Productos Homburg.— Cervino 3101, Buenos Aires. IV -4 ; IX -S ; X - l .
Tobal, Juan Carlos.— Bolivar 375, Buenos Aires. X - l .
Tobal Fire Engineering Compan}'.— Bolivar 375, Buenos Aires. X - l .
Vagetes, Karl M.— Buenos Aires. I X -5 ; X - l . Name amended from
Vegedes, Karl M.
Weidhaas, Carlos.— Buenos Aires. IX -5 ; X - l . Name amended from
Waidhaas, Carlos.
Watjen, Claud J.— Buenos Aires. I X -5 ; X - l . Name amended from
Weetjen, Claud J.
1 Not to be confused with Argentina de Importación y Exportación S.A., Cía., Rivadavia 933,
Buenos Aires.

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PART I

5

ARGENTINA—Continued
Deletions
S.A.L.E.M ., Sociedad Anónima Limitada Establecimientos Metalúrgicos.—
9 de Julio 1019-41, Tucumán. V II-2 ; X - l .
Staiger, Alfredo.— Buenos Aires. I X -5 ; X - l .
Von Schulz-Hausmann, F.— Bernardo de Irigoyen 330, Buenos Aires. I;
X -l.

BRAZIL
Additions and Amendments
De Installa göes Mecanicas Ltda., Soc.— Rúa Teófilo Ottoni 96, 3° andar,
Rio de Janeiro. X - l .
De Mineragao de Ferro e Carväo S. A., Cia.— Rúa Teófilo Ottoni 96, 3o
andar, Rio de Janeiro. X - l .
Mineragao Serra da Moeda, Cia.— Rúa Teófilo Ottoni 96, 3o andar, Rio de
Janeiro. X - l .
Pinto, Salvador (Jr.).— Rúa Teófilo Ottoni 96, 3o andar, e Tra vessa do
Ouvidor 39, Rio de Janeiro. X - l .
Wenzel, Paul Ulrich Otto Emil.— Rio de Janeiro. X - l .

Deletions
Tecelagem de Seda Paulicea, Ltda.1 Avenida Alvaro Ramos 35, Sfio Paulo.
—
I; X - l .
• Liquidateci by Brazilian Government.

CHILE
Deletions
Briichert y Cía.— Condell 1205, Valparaíso. 1-2; X - l .
“ Transocean” Agencia Noticiosa.— Moneda 1054, Santiago. I; II; X - l .
Von Schulz-Hausmann, F.— Valparaíso. 1; X - l .
Westendarp-Goerlich, Rodolfo.— Artegui 461, Viña del Mar. V III-4 ; X - l .

ECUADOR
Deletions
Witte, Fritz.— Manta.

III— X - l .
2;

GU ATEM ALA
Deletions
Finca “ Concepción” .— Escuintla. I; X - l .
Frevler, Erwin.— San Lucas, Sacatepequez.




II— ; X - l .
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PART I

6

GUATEMALA—Continued
Deletions—continued
Hotel Europèo.— Quezaltenango. I; X - l .
Ingenio Concepción.— Escuintla. I— ; X - l .
1
“ La Bodega” .— San Lucas, Sac&tepequez. I; X - l .
Lewald, Willy.— la Avenida Sur 23, Guatemala, Guatemala. I; II; X - l .
Nottebohm, Mary Stolz de.— Guatemala, Guatemala. 1-4; X - l .
Plantaciones “ Concepción” de Guatemala, Cía. de.— 8a Avenida Sur 47,
Guatemala, Guatemala. I; X - l .
Walch, Hermann.— San Cristóbal, Alta Verapaz. II— X - l .
5;

VENEZUELA
Deletions
Bez, Carlos Guillermo.— Avenida Principal, San Agustín del Sur, Caracas.
IV -3 ; X - l .
Construcciones Industriales C.A.— Caracas. IV -5 ; X - l .
Droguería Nacional.— Camejo a Pajaritos 7, Caracas. I; X - l .
Frey, Hans.— Puorto Cabello. 1-2; X - l .
Instituto Químico Biológico, S.A.— Caracas. 1; X - l .
Laboratorio Meyer, C.A.— Avenida Principal, San Agustín del Sur, Caracas.
I; X - l .
Martens, Philip.— Apartado 573, Maracaibo. 1-4; X - l .
Meyer, Carlos.— Avenida Principal, San Agustín del Sur, Caracas. IV -3 ;
X -l.
Valentiner, Willy.— Camejo a Pajaritos 7, Caracas. IV -3 ; X - l .
Valentiner & Co.— Camejo a Pajaritos 7, Caracas. I; X - l .
Zingg, Arnold.— Sociedad a Traposos, Edificio Zingg, Caracas. IV -3 ; X - l .
Zingg, Gustavo (Jr.).— Sociedad a Traposos, Edificio Zingg, Caracas. IV -3 ;
X -l.
Zingg, Hermann.— Sociedad a Traposos, Edificio Zingg, Caracas. IV -3 ; X - l .
Zingg y Cía., Gustavo.— Sociedad a Traposos, Caracas, and all branches in
Venezuela. I; X - l .




P art

II

IR A N
Deletions
Akhaven, Ilabib.— Tehran. I l l — X —
3;
1.
Akhavan Kashani, Morteza (Kasliani, Morteza Akhavan).— Tehran. I II-3 ;
V I-3 ; X - l .
Pirayesh, Hassan.— Ave. Lalezar, Tehran. V -2 ; X - l .
Pirayesh, Hilda.— Ave. Lalezar, Tehran. V -2 ; X - l .
Pirayesh, Tejaratkhaneh Hassan.— Ave. Lalezar, Tehran. V -2 ; X - l .

LIECH TENSTEIN
Additions and Amendments
Sprenger, Otto (D r.).— Vaduz. V I-5 ; I X -8 ; X - l .
Alpine Montan Edelstahl A. G.— Vaduz. X - l .

Deletions
Gasina Trust A.G.— P.O. Box 444-72, Vaduz.
Interkoptex A.G.— Vaduz. V I-2 ; X - l .
Marxer, Ludwig (D r.).— Vaduz. V I-3 ; X - l .

II— X - l .
3;

PORTUGAL AN D POSSESSIONS
PORTUGAL

Additions and Amendments
Brucker-Traus, G. Ltda.— Rua da Prata 80, Lisbon, and all branches in
Portugal. 1-3; I X -8 ; X - l .
Campos, Antonio Vieira.— Rua Elisio de Meló 28, Oporto. I V -2 ; I X -8 ;
X -l.
Georgi, Konrad.— Ave. dos Aliados 64, and Rua Corte Real 695, Foz,
Oporto. IV -5 ; I X -8 ; X - l .
Laboratorios Farmacéuticas de Antonio da Cunha Reis Ltda.— Estrada de
Bemfica 403, Lisbon. IV -6 ; I X -8 ; X - l .
Schoeppen, Alfredo Jose Maria.— Rua Sampaio Bruno 12, Oporto. I ;
I X -8 ; X - l .




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PART II

8

PORTUGAL AND POSSESSIONS—Continued
P O R T U G A L— Continued

Additions and Amendments—continued
Vila, Eduardo de Pablo Cuadro.— Rua Joaquim de Aguiar 70, Lisbon.
I X -8 ; X - l .
Wirges, Wilhelm.— Rua Victor Cordon 34, Lisbon. I; I X -8 ; X - l .

1-3;

Deletions
Barros, Pedro Amor Monteiro de.— Rua Garcia Horta 63, Lisbon. I;
V I I I -1 ; X - l .
Brucker Traus, Germain.— Rua da Prata 80, Lisbon. 1-3; X - l .
Escritorio Técnico - Roberto Cudell Ltda.— Rua Passos Manuel 30, Oporto;
and Ave. Duque de Louie 112-120, Lisbon. V - l ; V II-5 ; X - l .
M .O.T.O.P. - Motores a Oleos Pesados.— Rua da Victoria 88, Lisbon. I;
V II-1 ; X - l .
S.O.M .E.C. - Metropolitana e Colonial de Construcoes, Ltda. Soc.— Rua da
Madalena 163, Lisbon. I X -7 ; X - l .
Saragga, Carlos Bensabet.— Rua de S. Francisco Sales 2, and Praca Luiz de
Camoes 4, Lisbon. 111-3; X - l .
Schoeppen, Alfred.— Rua Sampaio Bruno 12, Oporto. I; X - l .
Uva & Weltzien Ltda. - Agencia Krupp.— Rua de Sao Paulo 117-121, and
Rua da Boavista 110-112, Lisbon. I V - l ; X - l .
Wirges & Simoes Ltda.— Rua Victor Cordon 34, Lisbon. I; X - l .
A N G O LA

Additions and Amendments
Fazenda Quiemba Ltda.— D em bos.. 1-2;
Fazenda Quiemba Ltda. (Gruessel).

X -l.

Name

amended from

Deletions
Gruessel - Fazenda Quiemba Ltda.— Dembos.

1-2; X - l .

SPAIN A N D POSSESSIONS
SPAIN

Additions and Amendments
Bonger, Jose.— General Concha 12, Apartado 417, Bilbao. V II-3 ; V I I - 6;
I X -8 ; X - l .
Dentichlor S. L.— Via Layetana 149-151, Barcelona. X - l .
Farmdcia Rubira.— Vigo. X - l .
Gerdtzen, Otto (owner of M .T. “ Nuestra Señora de la Almudena” )-—
Urzaiz 16, Vigo. I; V I-3 ; I X -8 ; X - l .
Hoffinan, Andres Martin.— Ave. Jose Antonio 27, Madrid. I; I X -8 ; X - l .




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SPAIN AND POSSESSIONS—Continued
SPAIN — Continued

Additions and Amendments— continued
Instituto Bio-Quimico Miguel Servet.— Vigo. X - l .
Klaebisch, Alfredo.— Via Layetana 149-151, and Ave. del Generalísimo 520,
Barcelona. I l l — ; I X -8 ; X - l .
1
Muller Bergh, Alfredo.— Bilbao. X - l .
Rubira Fariña, Francisco.— Vigo. X - l .
Woessner, Carlos.— Mallorca 330, and Ave. Generalísimo 335, Barcelona.
1-2; I X -8 ; X - l .
Woisin, Hans Ernesto (Metalgesellschaft y Lurgi).— Gran Via 74, Apartado
80, Bilbao; and Miguel M oya 6, Madrid. V I-5 ; I X - 8 ; X - l .

Deletions
Aceites Ban S.A.— Sanchez Bustillo 5, Madrid, and all branches in Spain.
IV -4 ; X - l .
Aceites Colomar S.A.— Luis Mitjans 12, Madrid. IX — X - l .
1;
Atlantida Astilleros & Construcciones, S.A. (owners of M.V. “ Faro de
Benicarlo” , “ Faro de Buda” , “ Faro de Canet” , “ Faro de Oropesa",
“ Faro de Peniscola” , and “ Faro de Salou” ).— Valencia. IV -2 ; V II-3 ;
V III— ; V III-5 ; X - l .
1
Bau Nolla, Joaquin.— Villa Nueva 16, Madrid, and other addresses in
Spain. IV -2 ; V -5 ; X - l .
Incosa-Intercambio Comercial Español S.A.— Pintor Sorolla 13, Valencia.
V II-6 ; X - l .
Intercambio Comercial Español S.A. (Incosa).— Pintor Sorolla 13, Valencia.
I; III— V II-5 ; X - l .
4;
Lanzani, Miguel.— San Jeronimo 36, Madrid. I; X - l .
Melia Sinisterra, José.— Mar 75, Valencia. I; X - l .
Mercur, S.A.— Alcala 45, Madrid. IV -6 ; I X -4 ; X - l .
Sala Joanama, Juan.— Princesa 37, Barcelona. V III-3 ; X - l .
Schott, Carlos.— Via Layetana 47, Barcelona. III— X - l .
4;
Turci, Edmondo (Captain).— Madrid. II— II— X - l .
4;
5;
Woessner, Otto.— Mallorca 330, Barcelona. 1-2; X - l . i
CANARY ISLANDS

Additions and Amendments
Duarte Guerra, Jose.— Ciuda Jardin, Las Palmas.

X -l.

SW EDEN
Additions and Amendments
Holm and Karlstrom A/B.— Gamla Radstungugatan 30, Norrkoping.
Linder, Frans G.— Stockholm. V II-3 ; I X -8 ; X - l .




X -l.

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10

SW ITZERLAN D
Additions and Amendments
Balmer, Hans (D r.).— Lowenstrasse 69, Zürich, and Spitanstrasse 32, Bern.
X -l.
Cosmoba A.G.— Clarastr. 30, Basel. X - l .
Cylindres S.A. Assortiments.— Le Locle. X - l .
Delta Handels, A.G.— Lowenstrasse 69, Zürich, and Spitanstrasse 32, Bern.
X -l.
Diametal A.G.— Gurzelenstr. 7, Biel, Bern.
I; X - l .
Name amended from
Diamantwerkzeuge, A.G.
Duenkelberg, Edward A.— Zeltiweg 31, Zürich. X - l .
Ernst & Cie., Von.1 Baexaplatz 4, Bern. I X -8 ; X - l . Amended to add
—
footnote.
Fournitures et Accessoires pour l’industrie et l’ Automobile Importations Exportations.— Ave. du Léman 4 y Rue Etraz 11, Lausanne. X - l .
Harpener Kohlenhandels A.G.— Ryffstrasse 42, Basel. X - l .
Holding fuer Zellulose u. Papier Fabriken A.G.— St. Moritz. X - l .
Internationale Industrieund Handelsbeteiligungen A.G.— Basel. X - l .
Meckes-Dreher, Wilhelm.— Grenzacherweg 77, Riehen. I; I X -8 ; X - l .
Metallhaps A.G .— Basel. X - l .
Ozalid A.G .— X - l .
Panterrell A.G .— Basel. X - l .
Schmutz, Jean.— Bahnhoff Hotel Buchs (St. Gall). X - l .
Sublet, Jean.— Zürich. X - l .
Valsts Elektro-Techniska Fabrika A.G.— Zürich. X - l .
Wolfsberger-Peters Buchdruckerei, Fritz.— Allschwilerstr. 15, Basel. IV -4 ;
IX -8 ; X - l.
Worbla A.G .— ZoUikofen. X - l .

Deletions
Albula Verwaltungs-und Beteiligungs A.G.— Chur. 1-3; X - l .
Appareils Mécaniques pour la Verreries, Soc. Continentale d ’.— Rue Chaillet
7, Fribourg. V I-2 ; X - l .
“ Aria” Automobil-Reifen-Import A.G.— Limmastr. 214, Zürich. I l l —
1;
X -l.
Assicuratrice Italiana S.A. di Assuricurazioni et di Riassicurazioni, L\—
Rue de la Paix 2, Lausanne. VI— ; I X ; X - l .
1
Assuricurazioni di Milano, Cia. di.— Via Canova 18, Lugano. V I-1 ; X - l .
Baumwoll-Industrie A.G.— Dietikon, Zurich. I ; X - l .
Boismines S.A.— Via Canova 7, Lugano. I ; X - l .
Bulgari, Sotirio.— Via Pretoria 2, Lugano. I; X - l .
Chemie Handels A.G.— Elizabethenstr. 85, Basel. V I-5 ; X - l .
Commerciale et Industrielle S.C.I. Soc.— Rue du Rhone 29, Geneva. V II-3 ;
X -l.
Commissionaria S.A. (Sacom).— Via Nassa 29, Lugano. I ; X - l .
Dacia, Constantino Dragan (D r.).— Via Pestalozzi, Chiasso. I X - 4 ; X - l .
Diffusion de Produits Chimiques Specialisees Soc. de.— Rue Chaillet 7«
Fribourg. V I-2 ; X - l .
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SW ITZERLAN D— Continued
Deletions—continued
Dragan-Dacia, Constantino (D r).— Via Pestalozzi, Chiasso. V II-4 ; X - l .
Entreprises et Travaux de Construction S.A. (Unternehmungen und
Bauarbeiten A. G .).— Bahnhofstr. 89, Zürich. I; IV -2 ; X - l .
Fiat Automobil-Handels A.G. Verkaufsstelle Zurich.— Wiesenstr. 7-9,
Zürich. I ; X - 1
Fischer & Rechsteiner Suer.— Chiasso. I; X - l .
Foresta Romena Holding, S.A.— Jenatschstr. 1, Zürich. I; X - l .
Gestion Industrielle et Financière, Soc. de.— St. Alban Anlage 1, Basel.
III— X - l .
3;
Gontard, Claire Busch von.— Hotel Baur au Lac, Zürich. V— X - l .
1;
Guliag A.G. (Gummihandels A.G .).— Roveredo, Grisons. I l l — ; X - l .
1
Gutzwiller, Adolf (D r.).— Obenviesenstr., Walliseilen, and Hochstr. 85,
Zürich. V ÏI-3 ; X - l .
Holding de Travaux et Constructions S.A.— Bahnhofstr. 89, Zürich. I;
V I-5 ; X - l .
Interradio G.m.b.H.— Limmattalstr. 209, Zürich. I; X - l .
Ipsa A.G. für Petroleum-Industrie.— Rothkreuz, Zug. I; X - l .
Kia, Yahya.— Kramgasse 54, Bern. IV -6 ; X - l .
Ivraeutli Auto Electric Parts Bruxelles, Succursale de Zurich.— Zürich. 1-2;
X -l.
Lorette (Maurice Boillod) Usine Mecanique de.— Ave. Lorette 32, Porrentruy. V I-2 ; X - l .
Maag, Gummi.— Loewenstr. 69, Zürich. V I-1 ; X - l .
Meiss, Gio. Corr Milano Succursale di Chiasso.— Chiasso- II— X -L.
5;
Merk & Co., Max.— Linteschergasse 13, Zürich. I; III— ; X - l .
1
Merk, Max Roh-Produkten-Kontor.— Stampfenbachstr. 70, Zürich. I; X - l .
Minerva-Auto-Mobilen, A.G., für den Verkauf in der Schweiz von.— U toquai
29, Zürich. I; X - l .
Miniere S.A., Cia.— Rue de la Corraterie 20, Geneva. I II-2 ; IV -2 ; X - l .
Nijmeegsche Glas en Algemeene Verzekerings M ij.— Bleicherweg 10, Zürich.
V I-1 ; X - l .
Parfal S.A.— Rue Petitot 10, Geneva. V III-2 ; X - l .
“ Petrowag” Petroleumwerke A.G.— Poststr. 2, Chur. I; X —
1.
Produits Cirio, S.A.— Rue de la Tour de 1 Ile 1, Geneva. I; X - l .
’
“ S.A .V .E .D .” , S.A. de Verres Extra-Durs.— Rue Grand Chene, Lausanne.
V -6 ; X - l .
Sacaf (S.A. pour le commerce des Automobiles Fiat en Suisse).— Route
de Lyon 100, Geneva, and all branches in Switzerland. I; X - l .
Sacom - Commissionaria S.A.— Via Nassa 29, Lugano. I; X - l .
Saprochi S.A.— Cours de Rive 16, Geneva. I; I X -7 ; X - l .
Schweizerische Sodafabrik A.G.— Zurzach, and Albangraben 8, Basel.
IV -6 ; X - l .
South American Investment Co. Ltd. - Sudamerikanische Beteiligungsgesell­
schaft A.G.— Stadthausquai 7, Zürich. III-4 ; X - l .
Soudiere Suisse, La.— Zurzach and Albangraben, Basel. 1-4; II-4 ; IV -4 ;
X -l.
Stoll, Albert.— Koblenz, Aargau. IV -5 ; X - l .
Sudamerikanische Beteiligungsgesellschaft A.G. (South American Investment
Co. L td.).— Stadthausquai 7, Zürich. 111— X - l .
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SW ITZERLAN D— Continued
Deletions— continued
Transit G.m.b.H.— Scheuchzerstr. 210, Zürich. V -4 ; X - l .
Treuhand A.G.— Bahnhofstr. 38, Zürich. V II-4 ; X - l .
Unternehmungen und Bauarbeiten A .G .-Entreprises et Travaux de Con­
struction S.A.— Bahnhofstr. 89, Zürich. IV— IV -2 ; X - l .
1;
Van der Valk, Leendert Johannes (D r.).— Hotel d ’ Angleterre, Geneva, and
Hotel Derby, Davos. V I-1 ; V I-3 ; X - l .
Verres Extra-Durs, S.A. d e - “ S.A.V.E.D .” .— Rue Grand Chene, Lausanne.
V -6 ; X - l .
Vetterli, Julius J.— Scheuchzerstr. 210, Zürich. III— X - l .
2;
Zennaro-Venezia, A.— Lugano. 1-4; X - l .

TURKEY
Additions and Amendments
Ataman, Servert.— Haraci Sokak 14, Yenicami, Galata, Istanbul. V I I - 1;
IX -8 ; X - l .
“ ULUS” Transports Généraux Sirri Buyakanit.— Minerva Han 26, Voyvoda Caddesi, Galata, Istanbul. X - l .

Deletions
Banca Commerciale Italiana.— Istanbul and Izmir. I; X - l .
Dabkovic ve Sur.— Frekyan Han 3, Galata, Istanbul. I; X - l .
Dabkovich, Bekky (M rs.).— P.O. Box 1360, Istanbul. I II— X - l .
4;
Dabkovich (Dabkovic), Christoph.— P.O. Box 1360, Istanbul. I l i — X - l .
4;
Gulek, Huseyin ve Schnick. Karl, Kollektif Sirketi.— Gumruk Cad., Hudavendigar Han 73-74, Galata and Tallir Han, Istanbul.
IV -3 ; V II-5 ;
X -l.
Paykuric, H .— Frenkyan Han, Galata, Istanbul. I; X - l .
Reppen. Theodore.— Frenkyan Han, Galata, Istanbul. I ; X - l .
Sovelli, Alfredo.— Mumbane, Muradiye Han, Galata, Istanbul. I; X - l .
Theodorides (Teodoridi ve Sirketi).— Frenkyan Han, Galata, Istanbul. I;
X -l.
Tibet S.A.— Galata, Istanbul. I X -8 ; X - l .
Tselepides.— Istanbul. I ; X - l .
Wartha, Fritz.— Balikpasa, Balikhane Sokak 25, and Sehit Muhtar Cad.,
Taksim, Istanbul. V i l i — ; X - l .
1
Winterhalter, Alfred.— Kara Mustafa Cad. 141, Istanbul. I I I -4 ; X - l .




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