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on September 1, 1951, and that the items amended by inserting item 218 (a) belisted therein would not be withheld on tween item 212 and item 218 (f). and after October 1, 1951.

Very sincerely yours, Through inadvertence, item 218 (a),

HARRY S. TRUMAN which should have been included in the letter, was left out. Accordingly my let- Honorable JOHN W. SNYDER, ter of September 10, 1951, is hereby The Secretary of the Treasury.

LETTER OF OCTOBER 2, 1951
[SUSPENSION OF CERTAIN IMPORTS FROM CZECHOSLOVAKIA, PURSUANT TO
PROCLAMATION 2935 ']

THE WHITE HOUSE,

Washington, October 2, 1951. MY DEAR MR. SECRETARY:

Pursuant to Part I of my proclamation of August 1, 1951, carrying out sections 5 and 11 of the Trade Agreements Extension Act of 1951, I hereby notify you that the suspension provided for therein shall be applicable with respect to imports from Czechoslovakia which are entered, or withdrawn from warehouse, for consumption after the close of business on November 1, 1951. Very sincerely yours,

HARRY S. TRUMAN Hon. JOHN W. SNYDER,

Secretary of the Treasury.

LETTER OF OCTOBER 2, 1951 (CARRYING OUT THE TORQUAY PROTOCOL TO THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TARIFFS AND TRADE AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES]

THE WHITE HOUSE,

Washington, October 2, 1951. MY DEAR MR. SECRETARY:

Reference is made to my proclamation of June 2, 1951, carrying out the Torquay Protocol to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and particularly to the procedure described in Part I (b) (I) of that proclamation.

The Torquay Protocol was signed by Turkey on September 17, 1951, and Austria on September 19, 1951. I hereby notify you that the

(1) complete items in Part I of Schedule XX annexed to the Torquay Protocol (in cases in which only the item designation is specified),

(2) portions of such items to which particular rates are applicable (in cases in which the item designation is specified together with only one or more rates of duty), and

(3) portions of such items identified by descriptive language (in cases in which the item designation is specified together with descriptive language, with or without the applicable rate of duty) which are identified in List I and List II below shall not be withheld pursuant to paragraph 4 of the Torquay Protocol on or after the date indicated in each list for the items and portions of items identified therein.

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LETTER OF OCTOBER 31, 1951 (CARRYING OUT THE TORQUAY PROTOCOL

TO THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TARIFFS AND TRADE AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES)

THE WHITE HOUSE, Washington, October 31, 1951. MY DEAR MR. SECRETARY:

Reference is made to my proclamation of June 2, 1951,' carrying out the Torquay Protocol to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and particularly to the procedure described in Part I (b) (I) of that proclamation.

The Torquay Protocol was signed by Italy on October 18, 1951 and Indonesia on October 19, 1951. I hereby notify you that the

(1) Complete items in Part I of Schedule XX annexed to the Torquay Protocol (in cases in which only the item designation is specified),

(2) Portions of such items to which particular rates are applicable (in cases in which the item designation is specified together with only one or more rates of duty), and

(3) Portions of such items identified by descriptive language (in cases in which the item designation is specified together with descriptive language, with or without the applicable rate of duty) which are identified in List I and List II below shall not be withheld pursuant to paragraph 4 of the Torquay Protocol on or after the date indicated in each List for the items and portions of items identified therein.

1 Proclamation 2929, supra.

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Reference is also made to the thirteenth recital of my proclamation of June 2, 1951, regarding amendments to the list of Cuban products entitled to preferential treatment pursuant to Proclamation No. 2764 of January 1, 1948. It will be noted that Items 804 (first), 1513 (first], 1516 and 1544 in Part I of Schedule XX to the Torquay Protocol are being notified to you as not being withheld on and after November 17, 1951. Consequently, the modifications of the list in the ninth recital of the proclamation of January 1, 1948 as amended and rectified, which are set forth in the thirteenth recital to the right of these designations, will be effective on and after November 17, 1951. Very sincerely yours,

HARRY S. TRUMAN

LETTER OF NOVEMBER 20, 1951 (PURSUANT TO PROCLAMATION GIVING

EFTECT TO SECTIONS 5 AND 11 OF THE TRADE AGREEMENTS EXTENSION ACT OF 1951]

THE WHITE HOUSE, Washington, November 20, 1951. MY DEAR MR. SECRETARY:

Pursuant to Part I of my proclamation of August 1, 1951, carrying out sections 5 and 11 of the Trade Agreements Extension Act of 1951, I hereby notify you that the suspension provided for therein shall be applicable with respect to imports from the following nations and areas which are entered, or withdrawn from warehouse, for consumption on and after January 5, 1952:

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

Poland and areas under Polish domination or control.

Hon. JOHN W. SNYDER,

Secretary of the Treasury.

1 Proc. 2935, supra.

Pursuant to Part II of that proclamation of August 1, 1951, I hereby notify you that the entry, or withdrawal from warehouse, for consumption of ermine, fox, kolinsky, marten, mink, muskrat, and weasel furs and skins, dressed or undressed, chall be prohibited on and after

January 5, 1952, as to products of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Sincerely yours,

HARRY S. TRUMAN The Hon. JOHN W. SNYDER,

Secretary of the Treasury.

1952

LETTER OF JANUARY 3, 1952

LETTER OF JUNE 5, 1952 (CARRYING OUT THE TORQUAY PROTOCOL TO

(SUSPENSION OF CERTAIN IMPORTS FROM

HUNGARY PURSUANT TO PROCLAMATION THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TARIFFS

2935 ') AND TRADE AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES)

THE WHITE HOUSE,
THE WHITE HOUSE,

Washington, June 5, 1952.
Washington, January 3, 1952. MY DEAR MR. SECRETARY:
MY DEAR MR. SECRETARY:

Pursuant to Part I of my proclamaReference is made to my proclamation

tion of August 1, 1951, carrying out Sec

tions 5 and 11 of the Trade Agreements of June 2, 1951,' carrying out the Tor

Extension Act of 1951, I hereby notify quay Protocol to the General Agreement

you that the suspension provided for on Tariffs and Trade and for other pur

therein shall be applicable with respect poses.

to imports from Hungary which are enDenmark has signed the Torquay Pro

tered, or withdrawn from warehouse, for tocol on December 21, 1951. I hereby consumption on and after July 5, 1952. notify you that the

Very sincerely yours, (1) complete items in Part I of Sched

HARRY S. TRUMAN ule XX annexed to the Torquay Protocol

Hon. JOHN W. SNYDER, (in cases in which only the item designa

Secretary of the Treasury. tion is specified), and

(2) portions of such items to which 13 CFR, 1951 Supp., p. 37. particular rates are applicable (in cases in which the item designation is speci

LETTER OF JUNE 13, 1952 fied together with only one or more rates (SUSPENSION OF CERTAIN IMPORTS FROM of duty)

TIBET PURSUANT TO PROCLAMATION shall not be withheld pursuant to para- 2935 '] graph 4 of the Torquay Protocol on or

THE WHITE HOUSE, after January 20, 1952:

Washington, June 13, 1952. Item designation:

Rate of duty

MY DEAR MR. SECRETARY: 30.--360 (first)

20% ad vai. Pursuant to Part I of my proclamation 753 (sixth)

of August 1, 1951, carrying out sections 763_

114$ per lb.

5 and 11 of the Trade Agreements Exten804 [second]

sion Act of 1951, I hereby notify you that Very sincerely yours,

the suspension provided for therein shall HARRY S. TRUMAN be applicable with respect to imports The Honorable JOHN W. SNYDER,

from Tibet which are entered, or withSecretary of the Treasury.

drawn from warehouse, for consumption

after the close of business July 13, 1952. 1 Proclamation 2929, 3 CFR, 1951 Supp.,

Very sincerely yours,

HARRY S. TRUMAN HON. JOHN W. SNYDER,

Secretary of the Treasury.

p. 27.

13 CFR, 1951 Supp., p. 37.

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