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WALLINGFORD STEEL CO. v. WIRE & METAL SPECIALTIES

September 15, 1972

The WALLINGFORD STEEL COMPANY
v.
WIRE AND METAL SPECIALTIES CORPORATION


Knox, District Judge.


The opinion of the court was delivered by: KNOX

KNOX, District Judge.

 This case was removed to this court by the Government from the Court of Common Pleas of Warren County, Pennsylvania, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1442(a)(1). The action originated as a suit by plaintiff Wallingford against defendant Wire and Metal Specialties Corporation to recover for certain materials furnished by plaintiff to defendant. The materials it is alleged consisted of coils of stainless steel strip which were made by the defendant Wire and Metal into metal clips for cartridges for M-16 rifles for the Department of the Army. Wallingford claimed a balance due from Wire & Metal and on May 31, 1972, judgment was entered in the Warren County Court in favor of the plaintiff and against the defendant. This judgment included the following amounts: Debt $ 4,925.64 Interest 98.51 Costs 44.50 Total $ 5,068.65

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