N. J.,  I.F.R. 1,501-1550                    Issued July  1975
 UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
               OFFICE OF  ENFORCEMENT
          OFFICE OF  GENERAL ENFORCEMENT
          PESTICIDES  ENFORCEMENT DIVISION
      NOTICES OF JUDGMENT UNDER  THE FEDERAL
    INSECTICIDE, FUNGICIDE, AND RODENTICIDE ACT
                     Nos.  1501-1550
    Notices  of Judgment  report  cases involving seizure actions
taken against products alleged to be in violation, and criminal and
civil actions taken against firms or individuals charged to be respon-
sible for violations. The following Notices of Judgment are approved
for publication as provided in Section 16(d) of the Federal Insecticide,
Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, as amended (7 U.S.C. 136n).
 (obert  L. Bourn
Acting  Assistant  Administrator
  for Enforcement

Washington,  D.C.

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1501. In Re: Old Fox Chemical, Inc., EPA Region 1, January 22,
     1974. (I.F.&R. No. I-5C, I.D. Nos. 89060 and 89062.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide  Act, 7  U.S.C.
136(j)(a)(l)(E); 136{q)(l)(A); 135(a)(a)(1); and 136{q}(1)(E}. The action
pertained to shipments made on March 19 and 21,  1973, from East
Providence, Rhode  Island,  to  North Attleboro,  and  Rehobeth,
Massachusetts. The pesticides involved were MNA TURF-O-GANIC
WITH  CHLORDANE  and OLD FOX  LAWN GRO &  CRAB
CONTROL 10-6-4; charges included claims differed, adulteration
and  misbrandingóstrength  or purity  fell  below  the professed
standard of quality as expressed on its labeling and lack of adequate
precautionary statements.

The respondent signed a  Consent Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $200.00.
1502. In Re: Samual Cabot, Inc., EPA Region I, April 10, 1974.
     (I.F.&R. No. I-7C, I.D. No. 102927.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act, 7  U.S.C
135a(a)(l); 135b;  and  136j(a)(l)(E).  The  action  pertained  to
shipments  made on April  26  and June 5,  1973,  from Boston,
Massachusetts, to Waterbury, Connecticut.  The pesticide involved
was  CABOT'S  CONSERVO   #  3300  CREOSOTE WOOD
PRESERVATIVE;  charges  included   nonregistration   and  mis-
brandingólabel  bore false or  misleading registration  number im-
plying that product was registered.

After consideration of the facts involved, it was determined that the
firm did not violate the Act. The Final Order dismissed the charges.
1503. In Re: Fuller Brush Company, EPA Region I, August 23,
     1974. (I.F.&R. No. I-13C, I.D. Nos. 102841 and 102842.)
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This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating  the
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(D;  135b;  136j(a)(l)(E);  136(q)( 1 )(A);  136(q)(2)(A);  and
136(q)(l)(G). The action pertained to products held for distribution or
sale on November 8, 1973, at Fuller Brush Company, East Hartford,
Connecticut, the pesticides involved were FULLER GERMICIDAL
CLEANER COMMERCIAL USE  and FULLER COMMERCIAL USE
BOWL   CLEANER;  charges   included   nonregistration   and
misbrandingólack of  adequate  precautionary  and  ingredient
statements on labels.

The  respondent signed  a Consent  Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $4,000.00.
1504. In Re: White Cross Chemicals, EPA Region I, August 27,
     1974.  (I.F.&R.  Nos.  I-6C  and  I-16C,  I.D. Nos.  102808,
     102812,102814,102815, and 102813.

This  was a civil action  charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l); 135b; 136j(a){l){E); 136(c)(l}; 136(q)(l)(G); 136(q)(l)(F);
136(q)(2)(A); 136(q)(2)(C)(v);and 136(q)(2){C)(iii). The action pertained
to shipments made on June 8, July 16, August 22 and September 4,
1973, from North Providence,  Rhode Island, to Central Falls, Rhode
Island; Bellingham, Massachusetts; South Attleboro, Massachusetts;
and  Eastford, Connecticut, and to a product held for distribution  or
sale  on September 21, 1973, at White  Cross  Chemicals, North
Providence,  Rhode Island. The pesticides involved  were STERA-
KLEEN, H&H BRAND SANI-GLAS SANITIZER, VENUS KILL BAC
SANITIZER   WITH   DRYERS,  IOKLEEN    and   KILLMOR
DISINFECTANT; charges included nonregistration, adulteration and
misbrandingólack of adequate directions for use, lack of adequate
precautionary statements, and strength or purity of product fell below
the professed standard of quality as expressed in labeling.

The  respondent  signed a Consent  Agreement.  The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $3,100.00.
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1505. In Re: Sterling-Clark-Lurfon Corporation, EPA Region lr
     November 18, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. I-17C, I.D. Nos. 119038,
     119039 and 119040.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and Rodenticide  Act,  7 U.S.C.
136j{a)(l)(E);  136(q)(l)(G); and 136(q)(l)(F). The action pertained to
products held for  distribution or sale on June 4, 1974, at Sterling-
Clark-Lurton  Corporation, Maiden, Massachusetts. The  pesticides
involved were  PENTA  DIP  CLEAN NON-STAINING  WOOD
PRESERVATIVE,  CREOSOTE WOOD  PRESERVATIVE,    and
PENTA DIP REDWOOD STAIN AND PRESERVATIVE; the charge
was misbrandingólack of adequate warning or caution statement
and lack of adequate directions for use.

The respondent  signed  a Consent Agreement. The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $4,650.00.
1506. In Re: The Gillette Company, EPA Region I, November 22,
     1974. (I.F.&R. No. I-18C, I.D. Nos. 117308 and 117309.)

This was a  civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l); 135b; 136j(a)(l)(E); 136q(l}(G); 136(q)(2)(A); and 135(o).
The action pertained to shipments made on January 11, and May 28,
1974, from Boston, Massachusetts, to Shivewaustown, Pennsylvania.
The pesticides involved were RIGHT GUARD FOOT GUARD FOOT
DEODORANT DRY SPRAY POWDER and RIGHT GUARD FOOT
GUARD FOOT DEODORANT CLEAR SPRAY; charges included
nonregistration and misbrandingólack of adequate warning or cau-
tion statement and lack of adequate ingredient statement on labels.

Charges made in  the Complaint were withdrawn because Food and
Drug  Administration has primary jurisdiction over these products
pursuant to the Memorandum of Agreement between FDA and EPA.
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1507. U.S. v. J. Hubbard Company, U.S. District Court, District
     of  New Hampshire, Criminal  No. 72-64, December 21,
     1972. (I.F.&R. No. l-CR-6, I.D. Nos. 96261, 96262, 96104,
     95963,95964, and 95965.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region i charging the de-
fendant  in  a  19 count information  with  violating the Federal
Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide  Act, 7  U.S.C. 135a(a)(l};
135b; 135a(a)(5); 135(z)(2)(d); and 135(z)(l). The action pertained to
shipments made on January 28, February 12 and 17, March 8 and
16, April 19 and 28, May 4 and 19, and June 28, 1971, and March 8,
1972, from Nashua, New Hampshire, to Boston, Massachusetts;
Maiden,  Massachusetts;  and  Woonsocket,  Rhode Island.   The
pesticides involved were DR.  HUBBARD'S VEGETABLE BRAND
GERMICIDE  and RED CROSS  NURSE SURFACE GERMICIDE
AND AIR DEODORIZER; charges included nonregistration, claims
differed  and misbrandingólack of adequate warning or caution
statements on labels.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to all 19 counts.

A fine of $8,000.00 was levied with $7,500 being suspended.
1508. U.S. v. World Art Group, Inc., U.S. District Court, District
     of Connecticut, Criminal No. B-94f July 23, 1973. (I.F.&R.
     No. l-CR-8, I.D. Nos. 100256,101398, and 95970.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region I charging the de-
fendant  in  a  12 count  information with violating the Federal
Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act,  7  U.S.C.  135a(a)(l);
135b; 135f(a); 135a(a)(5); 135(z)(2)(d);  135f(b); 135(z)(2)(e); and
135(o). The action pertained to shipments made on March 31, April
11, and April 26,  1972, from  East  Norwalk,  Connecticut,  to
Greenwood,  South Carolina, and  Cambridge, Massachusetts. The
pesticides involved were  BIOLOGICAL INSECT CONTROL  BUG
BAIT and  NEW  BIOLOGICAL INSECT  CONTROL BUG  BAIT;
charges included nonregistration and misbrandingólabels bore false
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statements, lack of adequate precautionary statements on labels and
lack of adequate ingredient statement on labels.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to two counts. The remaining
counts were dismissed.

A fine of $200.00 was levied.
1509. U.S. v. Fourteen 125-pound drums, more or less, of a
     product  labeled in  part  "Robins Superchlor  Cleanser
     Bactericide  Disinfectant."  U.S. District Court, District of
     New Hampshire, March 27,1973. (I.D. No. 95983.)

This was a seizure action charging  the product with being in violation
of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and  Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.
135a(a)(l); 135b; 135a(a)(5); and 135(z)(l). The action pertained to a
shipment made on June 8, 1972, by Baird & McGuire, Inc., from Hoi-
brook,  Massachusetts. Charges included  nonregistration  and mis-
brandingólabels  bore a  false or misleading registration number
implying that the product was registered.

The Default Decree of Condemnation ordered  destruction  of  the
product.

1510. In Re:  Safari Kennel Products, EPA Region II, April  11,
     1974. (I.F.&R. No. II-18C, I.D. No. 88576.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent  with violating  the
Federal  insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l) and 135b. The action pertained to a shipment made on
November 10,  1972,  from Westwood, New Jersey,  to Lithonia,
Georgia. The  pesticide involved was SAFARA SILICONE CLIPPER
LUBE; the charge was nonregistration.

The respondent  signed a  Consent  Agreement.  The  Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $350.00.
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1511. In Re: Camp Chemical Co., Inc., EPA Region II, August 7,
     1974. (I.F.&R. No. H-43C, I.D. No. 105408.)

This was a civil action charging the  respondent with violating  the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E);  136(c)(l); and 136(q)(l)(A). The action pertained to a
product held for distribution or sale on January 3,  1974, at Camp
Chemical Co., Inc., Brooklyn, New York. The pesticide involved was
WOOD-GOOD  WOOD  PRESERVATIVE;   charges   included
misbranding and adulterationóits strength or purity fell  below  the
professed standard of quality as expressed on its labeling.

The respondent signed a Consent  Agreement.  The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $800.00.
1512. In Re: Cincinnati Milacron, EPA Region II, September 21,
     1974. (I.F.&R. No. 11-41C, I.D. No. 94849.)

This was a civil action charging the  respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l). The  action pertained to a  shipment made on April  4,
1973, from New Brunswick,  New Jersey, to Augusta, Georgia. The
pesticide involved was ADVANCE COPPER 8/0 NAPTHALENE;
me charge was nonregistration.

The respondent  signed a  Consent Agreement.  The  Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $1,700.00.
1513. In Re: Faesy & Besthoff, Inc., EPA Region II, September
     24, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. II-23C, I.D. Nos. 87604 and 89038.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E). The action pertained to a shipment made on March 2,
1973, from Edgewater, New Jersey, to Attleboro Massachusetts, and
to a product held for distribution or sale on September 26, 1973, at
Faesy &  Besthoff, Inc.,  Edgewater,  New  Jersey. The  pesticide
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involved was F&B ASPON CHLORDANE GRANULAR  BROAD
SPECTUM LAWN INSECTICIDE; charges included adulteration and
misbrandingóits strength or purity fell below the professed standard
of quality as expressed on its labeling.

The respondent  signed a  Consent Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $2,000.00.
1514. In Re: Faesy & Besthoff, Inc., EPA Region II, September
     24,1974. (I.F.&R. No. II-24C, I.D. No. 89041.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide Act,  7 U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E). The action pertained to a shipment made on March 2,
1973, from Edgewater, New Jersey, to Attleboro, Massachusetts.
The  pesticide  involved was  F&B  LAWN & TURF  FUNGICIDE;
charges  included adulteration  and misbrandingóits  strength or
purity fell below the professed standard of quality as expressed on its
labeling.

The  respondent  signed a Consent Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $600.00.
1515. In Re: Rite-Off Corp., EPA Region II, October 17, 1974.
     (I.F.&R. No. II-40C, I.D. Nos. 118204 and 118206.)

This was a civil action charging the  respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7 U.S.C.
136j(a)(l}(E) and  136{q)(l)(A). The action pertained to products held
for distribution or sale  on  March  6,  1974, at Rite-Off Corp,
Plainview, New York. The pesticides involved were RITE-OFF TRIPLE
MIX   INSECT  REPELLANT   and   RITE-OFF  AUTOMATIC
INSECTICIDE FOGGER; the charge was misbrandingólabels bore a
false and misleading statement concerning net weight of product.

The  respondent  signed  a Consent  Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $1,500.00.
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1516. In Re: Misco Products Corp., EPA Region III, November
     18,1974. (I.F.&R. No. III-52C, I.D. No. 104532.)

This was a civil action charging the  respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
136(c)(l);  136j(a)(l)(E);  135a(a)(5);  and  135(z)(l).  The  action
pertained  to a product held for distribution or sale on January 7,
1974, at Misco Products Corp., Reading, Pennsylvania. The pesticide
involved was QUAT GERMICIDAL CLEANER; charges included
adulteration and misbrandingóits strength or purity fell  below the
professed standard of quality as expressed in labeling.

The  respondent  signed  a Consent  Agreement. The  Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $2,000.00.
1517. In Re: Alcolac, Inc., EPA Region III, November 26, 1974.
     (I.F.&R. No. III-56C, I.D. No. 105197.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act, 7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l) and 135b. The action pertained to a shipment made on
January  31,  1974,  from Baltimore, Maryland,  to Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. The pesticide involved was ETHYLENE OXIDE; the
charge was nonregistration.

The  respondent  signed  a Consent  Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $1,200.00.
1518. In Re: Bacon Products Company, EPA Region IV, May 23,
     1974, (I.F.&R. No. IV-42C, I.D. No. 95561.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act,  7 U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E) and 136(q)[l)(A). The action pertained  to a shipment
made on January 16, 1973, from Chattanooga, Tennessee, to Ring-
gold Georgia. The pesticide involved was EAGLES-7 PROLIN RAT
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BAIT KILLS RATS MICE; the charge was misbrandingóineffective
for the control of mice when used as directed.

The complaint was withdrawn because EPA was unable to establish
that the respondent had been notified of the required efficacy tests,
with which it must comply, prior to the alleged violative shipment.
1519. In Re: World Chemical Company, EPA Region IV, May
     23,1974, (I.F.&R. No. IV-2C, I.D. Nos. 94801 and 94802.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C
135a(a)(l) and 135b. The action pertained to a shipment made on
February 1, 1973, from Memphis, Tennessee, to Canton, Mississippi.
The pesticides involved were MICROPEL and MICROMATE; the
charge was nonregistration.

Complaint  was  withdrawn  because  respondent  was  sole  pro-
prietorship and sole proprietor died in November 1973.
1520. In Re: Water Services, Inc., EPA Region IV, November 4,
     1974, (I.F.&R. No. IV-89C, I.D. No. 95661.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act, 7  U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E) and 136(c)(l). The action pertained to a product held for
distribution or sale on November 27, 1973, at Water Services, Inc.,
Knoxville, Tennessee. The pesticide involved was ALGICIDE X-20;
charges included adulteration and misbrandingóits  strength or
purity fell below the professed standard of quality as expressed on its
labeling.

The  respondent  signed  a  Consent Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $420.00.
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1521. In Re: Morton Pharmaceuticals, Inc., EPA Region IV,
     November 11, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. IV-82C, I.D. No. 95139.)

This was a  civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
136j[a)(l)(E) and 136(c)(l). The action pertained to a product held for
distribution or sale on January 22, 1974, at Morton Pharmaceuticals,
Inc.,  Memphis,  Tennessee. The  pesticide involved was EUREKA
WEED AND  GRASS  KILLER;  charges  included adulteration  and
misbrandingóits strength or purity fell below the professed standard
of quality as expressed on its labeling.

The respondent  signed a Consent Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $800.00.
1522. U.S. V. 13 cartons -12 tubes each, more or less, of a
     product labeled in  part  "STUMPFS*  MAGIC HOODOO
     PASTE." U. S.  District Court, Western  District of  North
     Carolina, October 10, 1972. (I.F.&R. No. IV-P-19, I.D. No.
     101399.)

This was a seizure action charging the product with being in violation
of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and  Rodenticide Act, 7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l) and 135b. The action pertained to a shipment  made on
May 4,  1972, by John Stumpf's Son,  from  Gretna, Louisiana, to
Charlotte, North Carolina. The product was not registered.

The Order of Condemnation, Forfeiture and Destruction ordered de-
struction of the product.
1523. U.S. v. 14 cases - 6/5 pound pails each, more or less, of a
     product labeled in part "ROBARK SURGISOLVENT." U.S.
     District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina, October
     30,1972. (I.F.&R. No. IV-P-18, I.D. No. 100260.)

This was a seizure action charging the product with being in violation
of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.
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135a(a)(l}; 135b; 135a(a)(5); and 135(z)(2)(d). The action pertained
to a shipment made on February 8, 1972, by Polychem Corporation,
from New Haven, Connecticut, to Raleigh,  North Carolina, charges
included   nonregistration  and  misbrandingólack  of  adequate
warning or caution statement on labels.

The Notice of Dismissal authorized release of product for relabeling
to bring into compliance with the Act.
1524. U.S. v. 13 cases - 12/1  pint bottles and 2 cases - 4/1
     gallon jugs, more or less, of a product labeled in part "X-
     14 INSTANT  MILDEW  REMOVER." U.S. District Court,
     Western District of  North  Carolina, February 9, 1973.
     (I.F.&R. No. IV-P-46,1.D. No. 88207.)

This was a seizure action charging the product with being in violation
of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.
135a(a)(l) and 135b. The action  pertained to a shipment  made on
August 29, 1972, by White Laboratories, from Orlando, Florida, to
Charlotte, North Carolina. The product was not registered.

The Final Order authorized  release of the product for relabeling to
bring into compliance with the Act.
1525. In Re: Hilex Division, Hunt Chemicals, Inc., EPA Region V,
     February 21,1974. (I.F.&R. No. V-033C, I.D. No. 94000.)

This  was a civil action charging  the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide Act,  7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l). The action pertained to a product held for distribution or
sale  on August 29, 1973, at Hilex Division, Hunt Chemicals, Inc., 33
E. Wentworth  St.,  St. Paul, Minnesota. The pesticide involved was
MRS. BRITE BLEACH; the charge was that labels bore claims and
directions for use that differed in substance from the representations
made in connection with the product's registration.
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As a result of a settlement conference, it was determined that the re-
spondent was not in violation as charged. The Final Order dismissed
all charges made in the Complaint and Notice of Opportunity For
Hearing.
1526. In Re: The Drackeit Products Company, EPA Region  V,
     February 22,1974. (I.F.&R. No. V-018C, I.D. No. 93713.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide, and  Rodenticide  Act, 7  U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E); 136(q)(l)(G}; 136(c)(l); 136(q)(l)(A);and 135a(a}(l). The
action  pertained  to  a  shipment made  on April  3,  1973,  from
Cincinnati, Ohio, to St. Paul, Minnesota. The pesticide involved was
VANISH  DISINFECTANT BOWL CLEANER;  charges included
adulteration and  misbrandingóstrength or purity fell  below the
standard of quality represented in labeling, lack of adequate warning
or caution statement on labels, and claims made  for the product
differed in substance from the  representations made in connection
with its registration.

As a result of a settlement conference, it was determined that the
respondent was  not  in  violation as  charged. The  Final Order
dismissed  all charges made  in the  Complaint  and  Notice  of
Opportunity For Hearing.
1527. In Re: Agrico Chemical Company, EPA Region V, April 3,
     1974. (I.F.&R. No. V-037C, I.D. No. 102300.)

This was  a civil action charging the respondent  with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act, 7 U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E);  136(c)(l); and  136(q)(l){A). The  action pertained to
shipments made on February 20 and April  9, 1974, from Danville,
Illinois, to Kansas  City,  Kansas.  The  pesticide  involved  was
PATTERSON'S SOD WEBWORM  GRANULES  WITH TURF
FUNGICIDE;      charges      included     misbranding     and
adulterationóstrength or purity fell below the standard of quality
expressed on its labeling.
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The  respondent  signed  a Consent Agreement.  The Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $2000.00.
1528. In Re: Salsbury  Laboratories, EPA Region VI, May 2,
     1974. (I.F.&R. No. VI-15C, I.D. No. 90097.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide Act, 7  U.S.C
136j(a)(1)(E); 136(q)(l)(A); and 136(c)(l). The action pertained to a
shipment made on April 19, 1973, from Little Rock, Arkansas, to East
St.   Louis,  Illinois.  The  pesticide   involved  was  SALSBURY
MALATHION DRY INSECTICIDE; charges included adulteration
and  misbrandingóits strength  or  purity fell below  the professed
standard of quality as expressed on its labeling.

The  respondent  signed  a Consent Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $800.00.
1529. In Re: Thompson-Hay ward Chemical Co., EPA Region VI,
     Septmeber 23,1974. (I.F.&R. No. VI-26C, I.D. No. 101918.)

This was a civil action charging the  respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7 U.S.C.
135a(a)(l) and 135b. The action pertained to a shipment made on
August 6, 1973, from Houston, Texas, to Denver, Colorado. The
pesticide  involved was  BIOTROL  XK  WETTABLE  POWDER
BIOLOGICAL INSECT CONTROL;'the charge was  nonregistration.

The respondent  signed  a Consent  Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $3,200.00.
 1530. In Re: Scientific Research Corporation, EPA Region VI,
     October 16,1974. (I.F.&R. No. VI-22C, I.D. No. 90726.)

 This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
 Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
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136j(a)(l)(E); 136(q)(l)(A); and 136j(a){2)(A). The action pertained to a
shipment made on August  27,  1973, from Alva, Oklahoma,  to
Hobart,  Oklahoma.   The   pesticide  involved   was   FEN-ALi
CONCENTRATE;  charges  included  alteration  of  the  required
labeling, adulteration and misbrandingóits strength or purity fell be-
low the professed standard of quality as expressed on it labeling.

The respondent signed  a  Consent Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $2,100.00.
1531. In Re: The Uddo Company, EPA Region VI, October 21,
     1974. (I.F.&R. No. VI-19C, I.D. Nos. 104579, 104578 and
     90902.)

This  was a civil action  charging the  respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7 U.S.C.
135a(a)(l}; 135b; 136j(a)(l)(E); 136(c)(l); and 136(q)(l)(A). The action
pertained  to a  shipment  made on January  24,  1973, from  New
Orleans, Louisiana, to El Dorado, Arkansas, and to products held for
distribution or sale on September 5,  1974, at The Uddo Company,
New Orleans, Louisiana. The pesticides  involved  were SURE-PINE
PINE   OIL    DISINFECTANT     DEODRANT,    SURE-MINT
DISINFECTANT  DEODORANT,  and  SURE-KLEAN  BLEACH;
charges   included   nonregistration,   adulteration  and    mis-
brandingóstrength  or  purity  of product fell  below the  professed
standard of quality as expressed in labeling.

The  respondent signed a Consent  Agreement.  The  Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $3,400.00.
 1532. In Re: Humco Laboratory, Inc., EPA Region VI, November
     13,1974. (I.F.&R. No. VI-31C, t.D. No. 104682.)

 This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
 Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide, and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
 136j(a)(l)(E) and 136(q)(l)(A). The action pertained to a product held
 for distribution or sale on January 23, 1974, at Humco Laboratory,
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Inc., Texarkana, Texas. The pesticide involved was CHLOROFORM
AND  BENZENE MIXTURE; the charge was misbrandingólabels
bore a false or misleading statement.

The respondent  signed  a Consent  Agreement.  The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $1,600.00.
1533.  In  Re:  Irwin-Willert  Company,  EPA  Region  VII,
     September 11, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-44C, I.D. Nos. 91549
     and 102185.)

This  was a civil action  charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C
136j(a)(1)(E); 136(q)(l)(A); and 136(c)(l). The action pertained  to a
shipment made on May  17, 1973, from St. Louis, Missouri, to Salina,
Kansas. The pesticide involved was DALE MILDEW CAKE; charges
included adulteration and misbrandingóits strength or purity fell be-
low the professed standard of quality as expressed on its labeling.

The  respondent  signed  a Consent Agreement.  The Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $350.00.
1534. In Rer.Empire Manufacturing Company, EPA Region VII,
     September  12,  1974.  (I.F.&R.  No.  VII-49C,  I.D.  No.
     105640.)

This  was a civil action  charging the respondent with violating  the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E);   136(q)(l)(G);   136(q)(l)(F);   136(q)(2)(A);    136(n);
136(q){2)(C)(v); and 136(q)(2)(C)(iii). The action pertained to a product
held  for distribution or sale  on February 28,  1974,  at  Empire
Manufacturing  Company,  Kansas  City, Missouri.  The  pesticide
involved was THE ORIGINAL PATTY-O-CANDLE; the charge was
misbrandingólack of adequate warning or caution statement, lack
of adequate ingredient  statement, lack of net weight or  measure of
content statement and lack of assigned registration number on labels.
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The  respondent  signed  a Consent  Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $250.00.
1535.  In  Re: Jirdon  Agri Chemicals,  Inc.,  EPA Region VII,
     September  25,  1974.  (I.F.&R. No. VII-37C,  I.D.  No.
     101876.)

This was a civil action  charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide, and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E);  136(q)(l)(A); and  136(c)(l). The action  pertained to a
shipment made on March 8, 1973, from Morrill, Nebraska, to Casper,
Wyoming. The pesticide involved was JIRDON LAWN FERTILIZER
CONTAINING  DACTHAL HERBICIDE 10-10-4; charges included
adulteration and misbrandingóits strength or purity fell below the
professed standard of quality as expressed on its labeling.

The  respondent signed a  Consent  Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $1,700.00.
 1536. In Re: Bonewitz Chemical, Inc., EPA Region VII, October
     1,1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-58C, I.D. No. 112790.)

 This was a civil  action charging the respondent with violating the
 Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, 7  U.S.C.
 136j(a)(l)(E);  136(q)(l)(A); and  136(c)(l). The action pertained to a
 product held for distribution or sale on  May 9, 1974, at Bonewitz
 Chemicals,  Inc.,  Burlington,  Iowa. The  pesticide  involved was
 BONCHEM MIKRO-CIDE  242; charges included adulteration and
 misbrandingóits strength or purity fell below the professed standard
 of quality as expressed on its labeling.

 The respondent signed a  Consent Agreement.  The Final  Order
 assessed a civil penalty of $1,800.00.
 1537. In Re: King Castle, Inc., EPA Region VII, October 9,1974.
     (I.F.&R. No. VII-35C, I.D. No. 102580.)
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This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide  Act, 7  U.S.C.
136j(a){l)(E); 136(q)(l)(A); and  136(c)(l). The action pertained to a
product  held for distribution or sale on October 16, 1973, at King
Castle, Inc., Marion, Iowa. The pesticide involved was KING CASTLE
PROFIT GUARD WORM AND FLY BLOCK MEDICATED; charges
included adulteration  and misbrandingóits strength or purity fell
below the professed standard of quality as expressed on its labeling.

The respondent  signed a Consent  Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $500.00.
1538. In Re: Anchor Laboratories, Inc., EPA Region VII, October
17,1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-53C, I.D. No. 115220.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide  Act, 7  U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E);  136(q)(l)[G); 136(q)(l)(A);  and  135(a)(l).  The action
pertained to a shipment made on or about April 2, 1974, from North
Kansas  City, Missouri,  to  Burnsville,  Minnesota.  The  pesticide
involved  was METHOXYCHLOR  AND  MALATHION  DAIRY
CATTLE DUST; charges included claims differed in substance from
the representations made  in  connection  with  the  product's  re-
gistration and misbrandingólack  of adequate  warning or caution
statement on labels.

The respondent  signed  a  Consent  Agreement. The  Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $2,400.00.
1539. In Re: Geisler Pet Products, Inc., EPA Region VII, October
     17,1974. (I.F.&R. No. VI-65C, I.D. Nos. 87575 and 117278.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with  violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide, and   Rodenticide  Act, 7 U.S.C.
135a(a)(l);  135b;   136j(a)(l)(E);  and  136(q)(l)(A).  The action
pertained  to shipments made  on or  about  September  11  and
November 28, 1973, from  Omaha, Nebraska, to Allison, Iowa, and
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Cheswick, Pennsylvania. The  pesticides  involved were  GEISLER
FOAM SHAMPOO and GEISLER END SECT SPRAY FLEA AND
TICK KILLER  FOR CATS; charges  included nonregistration and
claims  differed in substance  from the  representations  made in
connection with the products registration.

The  respondent  signed a  Consent Agreement.  The Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $5,000.00.
1540. In Re: Lite Weight Products, Inc., EPA Region VII, October
     22,1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-59C, I.D. No. 112672.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E); 136(q)(l)(G); and 135a(a)(l). The  action pertained to
shipments made on May  25 and August 7, 1973, from Kansas City,
Kansas, to Kansas City, Missouri. The pesticide involved was  PERLITE
PLUS SEVIN SOD WEBWORM 5% GRANULES 25 LB.; charges
included claims differed in substance from the representations made
in connection with the product's registration and misbrandingólack
of adequate warning or caution statement on labels.

The  respondent  signed  a Consent Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $600.00.
1541.  In Re:  PBI  Gordon  Corporation, EPA  Region VII,
     November 1, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-69C, I.D. Nos. 87545,
     112787, and 112789.)

This was a civil action charging the  respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E); 136(q)(l)(G); and 135a(a)(l). The action pertained to
shipments made on December 19,  1973, and April 22, 1974, from
Kansas City, Kansas, to Davenport, Iowa, and to a product held for
distribution or sale on January 9, 1974, at PBI Gordon Corporation,
Kansas City, Kansas.  The pesticides involved were VIGORO  ROSE
FLOWER AND SHRUB SPRAY, ACME SEVIN 50W,  and ACME
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10% CHLORDANE DUST; charges included claims differed in sub-
stance  from  the  representations  made in connection with  the
product's registration and misbrandingólack of adequate warning
or caution statement on labels.

The respondent  signed  a Consent  Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $3,024.00.
1542. In Re: Chemagro, Division of Baychem Corporation, EPA
     Region VII, November 11, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-73C, I.D.
     No. 116282.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating  the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l). The action pertained to a shipment made on February 7,
1974, from Kansas City, Missouri, to Orlando, Florida. The pesticide
involved was CHEMAGRO MONITOR 4 LIQUID INSECTICIDE; the
charge  was  that  the claims  differed in  substance  from  the
representations made in connection with the product's registration.'

The  respondent  signed a Consent  Agreement. The Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $ 1512.00.
1543. In Re: The Leonard Company, EPA Region VII, November
     14,1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-60C, I.D. No. 91561.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E);  136(q)(l)(G); 136(q)(2)(C)(iv);  and  136(q)( 1 )(A). The
action  pertained  to  a product held for distribution or sale on
September 7', 1973, at The Leonard Company, St. Louts,  Missouri.
The pesticide involved was HY-SUPER INSECTICIDE; the  charge
was misbrandingólack of adequate warning or caution statement on
labels, lack of assigned registration number on labels and labels bore
false or misleading statements as to the safety of the product.
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The  respondent  signed  a Consent Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $580.00.
1544.  In  Re: Senoret  Chemical  Company,  EPA  Region  VII,
     November 15,1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-67C, I.D. No. 113829.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l}; 136j(a)(l)(E);  136(q)(l)(A); and  136(q)(l)(G). The action
pertained  to a shipment  made on or about July  16, 1973, from St.
Louis, Missouri, to Emeryville, California. The pesticide involved was
TERRO  CALIFORNIA  ANT  KILLER;   the   charge  was  mis-
brandingólack of adequate warning or caution statements for the
protection of health and environment.

The  respondent  signed  a  Consent  Agreement. The  Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $630.00.
1545. U.S. v. Lester R. Sandahl Company, U.S. District Court,
     Southern District of Iowa, Criminal No. 73-81, October 15,
     1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-4P, I.D. Nos. 74785 and 103313.)

This was a criminal action perpared by EPA Region VII charging the
defendant  in a four count indictment with violating  the  Federal
Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide  Act 7  U.S.C.  135a(a)(l);
135b{a); 135a(a)(5); 135[z)(2)(d); 7 CFR 362.9; and 40 CFR 162.9.
The action  pertained to shipments made  on October 9, 1970, and
January 28, 1972, from Madrid, Iowa, to Salt Lake City, Utah. The
pesticide involved was  SANDAHL'S SILICONE  CLIPPER  LUBE;
charges  included  nonregistration  and  misbrandingólack  of
adequate warning or caution statement on labels.

The defendant entered a  plea  of  guilty to counts 1  and 3. The
remaining counts were dismissed.

A fine of $400.00 was levied.
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1546* In Re: Shaklee Corporation, EPA Region IX, September 5,
     1974. (I.F.&R. No. IX-44C, I.D. Nos. 92750, 92751, 92755,
     92756, and 92757.)

This  was a civil action  charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E);  136(q)(l)(G);  136(q)(2)(C)(v);  136{q)(l}(E);  135a[a)(l);
136(q)(l)(A); and 135(q)(2)(A). The action pertained to products held
for distribution or sale on August 30, 1973, at Shakiee Corporation,
Hayward, California. The pesticides involved were SGC and SAC;
charges included claims and directions for use differed in substance
from the representations made in connection with the product's re-
gistration and misbrandingólack of adequate warning or caution
statement on labels, lack of adequate directions for use on labels,
lack  of adequate ingredient statement on labels and labels bore a
false or misleading statement.

The  Default  Order assessed  the respondent  a  civil penalty of
$14,500.00.
1547.  In  Re:  Western Purifier  Company,  EPA Region IX,
     October 1,1974. (I.F.&R. No. IX-21C, I.D. No. 74856.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7 U.S.C.
135a(a)(1) and 135b. The action pertained to a shipment made on
February 21,  1973, from N.  Hollywood,  California,  to  Tempe,
Arizona. The pesticide involved was OGDEN WATER  PURIFIER
MODEL "A" SERIES REPLACEMENT CARTRIDGE; the charge was
nonregistration.

The  respondent  signed  a Consent  Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $2,500.00.
1548. In Re: Model &  Company, EPA Region IX, October 7,
     1974. (I.F.&R. No. IX-61C, I.D. No. 115213.)
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This was a civil action charging the respondent with  violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.
135a(a)(l);  135b;  136j(a)(l)(E);  and   136(q)(l)(A).  The action
pertained  to  a shipment made on  January 15, 1974, from San
Francisco, California, to Duluth, Minnesota. The pesticide  involved
was   WATERBED   ALGAE  CONTROL;   charges   included
nonregistration and misbrandingólabels  bore a false or misleading
registration number implying that the product was registered.

The respondent  signed a  Consent  Agreement.  The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $500.00.
1549. In Re: Ball Industries, EPA Region IX, October 18, 1974.
     (I.F.&R. No. IX-63C, I.D. No. 113736.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E); 136(q)(l)(G); and 135(q)(2)(A). The action pertained to a
product held for distribution or sale on  May 1,  1974, at Ball In-
dustries,  El Segundo, California. The pesticide involved was BALL
FORMULA 8-13;  the charge was misbrandingólack of adequate
directions for use  and lack  of adequate ingredient statement on
labels.

The  respondent  signed a Consent  Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $1,000.00.
1550. In Re: Michel & Pelton Company, EPA Region IX, October
     31,1974. (I.F.&R. No. IX-42C, I.D. Nos. 92735 and 92739.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act,  7 U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E);  136(q)(l}(A);  136(q)(l)(E); and  135a(a){l). The action
pertained to a product held for distribution or sale on August 8, 1973,
at Michel & Pelton Company, Emeryville, California.  The  pesticides
involved were MAPCO PINE OIL DISFECTANT and MAPCO LICE
AND FLEA SOAP; charges included directions for use differed  in
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substance from the representations made in connection with its re-
gistration and misbrandingólack of adequate warning or caution
statement and lack of adequate ingredient statement on labels.

The respondent signed a Consent Agreement. The Final Order did not
assess a civil penalty due to the firm's lack of ability to pay.
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          Index  to  Notices of Judgment 1501 - 1550

                                                 NJ.    No.

Agrico Chemical  Company (Civil)                          1527
Alcolac,  Inc. (Civil)                                      1517
Anchor Laboratories,  Inc. (Civil)                          1538
Bacon  Products Company (Civil)                          1518
Ball  Industries (Civil)                                     1549
Bonewitz Chemical,  Inc. (Civil)                           1536
Camp  Chemical  Co.,  Inc. (Civil)                          1511
Chemagro,  Division  of  Baychem Corporation
  (Civil)                                                 1542
Cincinnati Milacron (Civil)                                1512
Drackett  Products Company, The (Civil)                   1526
Empire Manufacturing Company (Civil)                    1534
Faesy &  Bestoff,  Inc.  (Civil)                             1513
Faesy &  Bestoff,  Inc.  (Civil)                             1514
Fuller Brush  Company (Civil)                             1503
Geisler Pet  Products, Inc.  (Civil)                          1539
Gillette Company,  The (Civil)                            1506
Hilex Division,  Hunt Chemicals, Inc.                      1525
  (Civil)
Model  & Company (Civil)                                1548
Humco Laboratory, Inc.  (Civil)                            1532
Irwin-Willert Company  (Civil)                             1533
J.  Hubbard  Company (Criminal)                          1507
Jirdon  Agri  Chemicals,  Inc. (Civil)                         1535
King Castle, Inc.  (Civil)                                  1537
Leonard Company, The  (Civil)                            1543
Lester R. Sandahl Company (Criminal)                    1545
Lite  Weight Products,  Inc. (Civil)                         1540
Michel & Pelton  Company (Civil)                          1550
Misco Products Corp. (Civil)                              1516
Morton  Pharmaceuticals, Inc.  (Civil)                       1521
Old  Fox Chemical, Inc.  (Civil)                            1501
PBI Gordon Corporation (Civil)                           1541
Rite-Off Corp. (Civil)                                     1515
Robark Surgisolvent (Seizure)                             1523
Robins Superchlor Cleanser  Bactericide
  Disinfectant (Seizure)                                  1509
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Safari  Kennel  Products (Civil)                             1510
Salsbury Laboratories (Civil)                              1528
Samual Cabot,  Inc. (Civil)                               1502
Scientific Research  Corporation (Civil)                     1530
Senoret Chemical Company (Civil)                        1544
Shaklee Corporation (Civil)                               1546
Sterling-Clark-Lurton  Corporation (Civil)                    1505
Stumpfs' Magic  Hoodoo  Paste (Seizure)                   1522
Thompson-Hay ward  Chemical Co. (Civil)                   1529
Uddo Company,  The (Civil)                              1531
Water  Services,  Inc. (Civil)                              1520
Western  Purifier Company (Civil)                          1547
White  Cross Chemicals (Civil)                             1504
World  Art  Group,  Inc. (Criminal)                         1508
World  Chemical Company (Civil)                          1519
X-14 Instant Mildew Remover (Seizure)                   1524
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