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Oil burners to machine gun parts. Fixture which holds bare of raw materials from which small pieces, cut to size, are obtained for production of precision parts for Uncle Sam's machine gun squads. Site of these operations is an Eastern factory which has been converted from manufacture of oil burners to production of war essentials. Reif-Rexoil Company, Buffalo, New York

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