Only official editions of the Federal Register provide legal notice to the public and judicial notice to the courts under 44 U. Learn more here. This document has been published in the Federal Register. Use the PDF linked in the document sidebar for the official electronic format. Customs and Border Protection's CBP notice of intent to distribute assessed antidumping or countervailing duties known as the continued dumping and subsidy offset for Fiscal Year in connection with countervailing duty orders, antidumping duty orders, or findings under the Antidumping Act of This document provides the instructions for affected domestic producers, or anyone alleging eligibility to receive a distribution, to file certifications to claim a distribution in relation to the listed orders or findings.
Certifications to obtain a continued dumping and subsidy offset under a particular order or finding must be received by July 30, Any certification received after July 30, will be summarily denied, making claimants ineligible for the distribution. Certifications and any other correspondence whether by mail, or an express or courier service must be addressed to U. A Was a petitioner or interested party in support of a petition with respect to which an antidumping order, a finding under the Antidumping Act of , or a countervailing duty order has been entered;.
B Remains in operation continuing to produce the product covered by the countervailing duty order, the antidumping duty order, or the finding under the Antidumping Act of ; and. C Has not been acquired by another company or business that is related to a company that opposed the antidumping or countervailing duty investigation that led to the order or finding e.
The distribution that these parties may receive is known as the continued dumping and subsidy offset. Section a of the Deficit Reduction Act of repealed 19 U. According to section of the Deficit Reduction Act, the repeal takes effect as if enacted on October 1, However, section b provides that all duties collected on an entry filed before October 1, , must be distributed as if 19 U. The funds available for distribution were also affected by section of the Claims Resolution Act of and section of the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of Historically, the antidumping and countervailing duties assessed and received by CBP on CDSOA-subject entries, along with the interest assessed and received on those duties pursuant to 19 U.
Other types of interest, including delinquency interest that accrued pursuant to 19 U. See 2 U. As a result, CBP intends to include the funds that are temporarily reduced via sequester during Fiscal Year in the continued dumping and subsidy offset for Fiscal Year , which will be distributed not later than 60 days after the first day of Fiscal Year in accordance with 19 U. In other words, the continued dumping and subsidy offset that affected domestic producers receive for Fiscal Year will include the funds that were temporarily sequestered during Fiscal Year Because of the statutory constraints in the assessments of antidumping and countervailing duties, as well as the additional time involved when the Government must initiate litigation to collect delinquent antidumping and countervailing duties, the CDSOA distribution process will be continued for an undetermined period.
Consequently, the full impact of the CDSOA repeal on amounts available for distribution may be delayed for several years. It should also be noted that amounts distributed may be subject to recovery as a result of reliquidations, court actions, administrative errors, and other reasons.
It is the responsibility of the U. In this regard, it is noted that USITC has supplied CBP with the list of individual antidumping and countervailing duty cases, and the affected domestic producers associated with each case who are potentially eligible to receive an offset. This list appears at the end of this document. United States, Fed. Court of International Trade's judgment that the support requirement was unconstitutional, allowing only plaintiff's non-constitutional claims to go forward.
United States, F. Furthermore, in two cases interpreting the CDSOA's language, the Federal Circuit concluded that a producer who never indicates support for a dumping petition by letter or through questionnaire response, despite the act of otherwise filling out a questionnaire, cannot be an affected domestic producer.
Ashley Furniture Indus. United States et al. Such domestic producers must allege all other bases for eligibility in their certification s. CBP will evaluate the merits of such claims in accordance with the relevant statutes, regulations, and decisions. Additionally, CBP may not make a final decision regarding a claimant's eligibility to receive funds until certain legal issues which may affect that claimant's eligibility are resolved.
In these instances, CBP may withhold an amount of funds corresponding to the claimant's alleged pro rata share of funds from distribution pending the resolution of those legal issues. United States Steel v. Canadian Lumber Trade Alliance, S. This document announces that CBP intends to distribute to affected domestic producers the assessed antidumping or countervailing duties, g interest, and interest provided for in 19 U. All distributions will be issued by paper check to the address provided by the claimants. Section Failure to publish the notice at least 90 calendar days before the end of the fiscal year will not affect an affected domestic producer's obligation to file a timely certification within 60 days after the notice is published.
See Dixon Ticonderoga v. To obtain a distribution of the offset under a given order or finding including any distribution under 19 U. To be eligible to obtain a distribution, certifications must be received by CBP no later than 60 calendar days after the date of publication of this notice of intent to distribute in the Federal Register. All certifications not received by the 60th day will not be eligible to receive a distribution. As required by 19 CFR However, these dollar amounts were not available in time for inclusion in this publication.
However, the final amounts available for disbursement may be higher or lower than the preliminary amounts. CBP will provide general information to claimants regarding the preparation of certification s. However, it remains the sole responsibility of the domestic producer to ensure that the certification is correct, complete, and accurate so as to demonstrate the eligibility of the domestic producer for the distribution requested. Specifically, to obtain a distribution of the offset under a given order or finding including any distribution under 19 U.
Certifications should be submitted to U. The certification must enumerate the qualifying expenditures incurred by the domestic producer since the issuance of an order or finding and it must demonstrate that the domestic producer is eligible to receive a distribution as an affected domestic producer or allege another basis for eligibility. Any false statements made in connection with certifications submitted to CBP may give rise to liability under the False Claims Act see 31 U. A successor to a company that was an affected domestic producer at the time of acquisition should consult 19 CFR Any company that files a certification claiming to be the successor company to an affected domestic producer will be deemed to have consented to joint and several liability for the return of any overpayments arising under section CBP may require the successor company to provide documents to support its eligibility to receive a distribution as set out in section Additionally, any individual or company who purchases any portion of the operating assets of an affected domestic producer, a successor to an affected domestic producer, or an entity that otherwise previously received distributions may be jointly and severally liable for the return of any overpayments arising under section A member company or its successor of an association that appears on the list of affected domestic producers in this notice, where the member company itself does not appear on this list, should consult 19 CFR M'Kenzy; and a brother, Harold Betty Klemmer.
Funeral services will be at 11 a. Monday in L. Friederichs and Son Funeral Home.
Mary's Cemetery. Visiting hours are 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. Ogborn of Iola died Saturday, Oct. She was born Nov. Freed Clymer. She grew up in the panhandle of Oklahoma. The family then moved to Satanta, where she was graduated from high school. She married William A. Ogborn in They made their home in Keys, Okla. They later moved to Dodge City and then to Colorado. In , they returned to Kansas. In , they made their home in Iola. He died in A son, W. William, a daughter, Peggy Goszdak, and a brother Melvin Clymer, died earlier.
The Rev. John C. Thompson will officiate at the a. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to Wesley United Methodist Church.
Iola KS - Register; She was a native of Gastonia, daughter of the late Mr. John F. Clemmer Sr. Clemmer Jr. Craig, Lillian Clemmer, Mayme C. Guthrie, Pauline C. Carter, Ethel C. Cole, Elizabeth C. Robinson and Martha Ann C. Wheeler and Nick Carter. Don Hattaway, Troy Keys. Gastonia, NC - Gazette March 11, Services will be at 10 a. Thursday at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Burial will be in Glendale Cemetery. Patterson was born in Bathgate, N. She retired after more than 20 years as catering manager at the Drake University Olmsted Center and was a member of the Catholic Church.
Among survivors are her husband, James; a daughter, Denise L. The family will visit with friends from 4 to 8 p. Memorial contributions may be made to Holy Trinity Foundation. Payne, 75, of Compton died Wednesday in a Compton hospital. A native at Kansas, she had lived in Hanford for many years, moving to Compton about 15 years ago. Surviving an her husband, Leonard Payne,.
Margaret Junell of Hanford: sisters Mrs. Hattie Rutledge and Mrs. Mary Brickey of Hanford, and one sister in ldaho; two brothers In Kansas; five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday at Compton. Published 21 aug Anna was reared in the Methodist Church and later joined the Baptist Church with her husband. She was preceded in death by her husband, Homer Perkey and her parents, James F. She was the last surviving child in her family. Anna is survived by her son, Donald Perkey and wife, Caroline of Lenoir City; several nieces and nephews.
Family and friends will gather at a. Tuesday in Lenoir City Cemetery for graveside services and interment. Michael Gregory will officiate. Petersen, Birdie Birdie C. Petersen of Longmont died of cancer on Tuesday, April 23, , in Longmont. The daughter of Samuel L. Clymer and May M. Clymer, she was born on Jan. She married Walter E. Petersen in in Colorado. She was a homemaker. She moved to Boulder County in Petersen enjoyed writing poetry.
She was dearly loved by her caregivers Thomas M. Finn," her family said. She was preceded in death by her husband and a son, Vincent Petersen. A memorial service will be at 1 p. Clemmer Francis Phillips, 92, of Morton, Mississippi, were held at 3 p. Barron Price and the Rev. LaPrairie officiating. She was a native and lifelong resident of the Polkville community. She was a member of the Polkville Pentecostal Church. Survivors include five sons - A. Phillips of Morton, MS, O. McKennon and David Cook. She was born Jan. She volunteered for the American Red Cross and organizations for the blind, including the Braille Institute.
She is survived by her daughter, Dolores Eulberg of Palm Springs; three grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by two husbands, William Eulberg and Gordon Prather. She was 28 years of age. Graveside services were held June, 30th at Vanndale Cemetery with bro. Don Jones, pastor of Ephesus Church of God, officiating.
Rhodes and Son Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. McCrory, AR - Leader Reichert, Edna H. Reichert, 88, died May 25 at p. Her husband, Pierce K. Reichert, died Dec. She is also survived by a son, Carl B. Reichert Moyer, Pauline J. Reichert Scheetz, and Donna K.
Reichert Gehris, all of Boyertown; Dorine F. Reichert Master, Alburtis. Other survivors include a sister, Helen Clemmer Kolb, Spring City, Chester County; 15 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and 10 great-great-grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at 11 a. Joseph Church. Linwood W. Ott Funeral Home Inc. Rhyne was a home-maker. Mrs Rhyne was preceded n death by her husband Rufus Esit Rhyne, as well as a number of brothers and one sister.
She is survived by her son Rufus H. There will be a graveside senrice for Mrs. Cozart officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Smith, of Jeffersonville, worked as an organist for silent movies and as a hat maker. Smith enjoyed baking and sewing. The funeral and interment will be private.
Memorial contributions may be made to Reformed Church of the Ascension U. Organ Fund, W. Main St. Rice, 82, died Sunday, Dec. Independence, after an extended illness. Services: 11 a. Larry Rodgers. Private family burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Vinton. Friends may call from 3 to 7 p.
Wednesday at the funeral home. The family moved to Berkeley, California in Boupie was one of seven children all of whom attended the University of California. Letters and Science in After graduation while raising her twin sons she participated in volunteer work in the Berkeley Community. She was a member of the California Alumni Council from to She moved to Oakville, California in where she and her husband enjoyed many friends in the Napa Valley during their retirement years.
She moved to Piedmont Gardens in after her husband's death to be closer to her growing family. During her years at Piedmont Gardens she became actively involved in many meaningful activities. To her family and those who knew her she was a role model of grace, dignity, courage and good humor. Most importantly she will be remembered for her gifts of spirit and unconditional love. A memorial service will be held on Friday, September 28th at p.
Stephen's Episcopal Church, 66 St. Stephen's Driv! Orinda, CAlifornia Berkeley, CA Tom Bowen or a charity of choice. She was born Dec. She was preceded in death by her husband, Collier Reid in Four grandchildren also survive. Funeral services were conducted Saturday, June 10 at 11 a.
Jeff Ross and Rev. Gene Davis officiating. Interment followed in the Northview Cemetery. The Lester C. Wrapped him in bed clothes and layed him in the ground without any coffin". The company arrived at The Dalles Oct 24, Benjamin S. Hyland had company of six wagons from Plainfield, IL. This is train is being researched by Jim Cook see researcher page for his contact information. Joseph, MO May 10th where they were joined by a group of men from Groveland who had gone ahead to accompany their shipment of provisions.
Also joining at that time was a small company from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL. On May 28th they arrived at Fort Kearney with a company consisting of 12 wagons, 52 men, women and children, oxen and 12 horses; May 28 arrived at Ft. Documented over graves along the way. This list has been compiled by family researcher Willard Anderson. He graciously shared the information with me for the benefit of others interested in this family. As the word of the virtues of the Oregon Territory reached Illinois, the talk turned to another move. An advanced migration of church members went west in In April , a second migration of church members began the journey.
The Monmouth, Illinois Atlas newspaper, on April 16, described the gathering and departure of the train. In following issues, the newspaper also published several letters written during the journey and from Oregon written by Rev. John E. In , the last of these migrations from the church headed west in what was known as The Butler Train.
It was led by Ira F. Butler and contained family and friends. Butler Family Letters. Gilham led a train from Macoupin Co, IL that consisted of about 20 wagons and 70 people. Robert B. Crawford led a party consisting of individuals. It encluded 84 families and 27 single men. They left from St.
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Joseph, Missouri May 9. As with most of the larger companies, members split off, rejoined and sometimes split again. By the end of the journey there was as much as 50 miles separating the various wagons of the train. There were a number of different captains along the way. Names include Tigard, Harer, Winn, Ingram and numerous others.
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Emigrants to Oregon in Surnames A-M. Note: all female members of the emigration will be listed by maiden name, if known, even if they were married at the time of emigration. The census lists his occupation as a nurseryman. During his years of residence in the Portland area he had always been a generous benefactor to the local Methodist church as well as other institutions. Mary, Elmer W. Charles, Edward A. Neal, Jefferson; P. Wagner, Garfield; A. Wagner, Hebo; Mrs. Nye, Portland; A. Wagner, Portland; Mrs. Glenn, Spokane; J.
Wagner, Salem; Mrs. Bruce, Portland; I. Wagner, Jr. Jerman, Salem. Oliver died in Yamhill County 31 Mar The family settled in Yamhill County. Benjamin Agee removed to Douglas County in , and still resides on a farm near Roseburg. Has a wife and ten children. Malinda E. Wife s previous name, Mrs. Cynthia Mann. Children Frank M. He was on his way to the depot to return to his home in Salem after visiting a daughter.
He was the father of seven children William C. He was buried taken to Portland and then returned to Columbia Slough for burial. Julia A. There is no indication that he and his wife had children. They remain in Illinois until sometime between the and census when the family shows up in the Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR census.
By the family is living in Portland where Benjamin died 06 Nov He was the father of seven children Mary Etta, Margaret J. As a young man Allen suffered from a throat ailment and was advised to go west to seek a healthier climate. Louis in May , and from there re-shipped to Council Bluffs, Iowa, purchasing six oxen along the way. Allen left Council Bluffs on May 19, , heading for Oregon.
He traveled west with 32 Ohio families. There were wagons in his train. The book concerns his travels and activities during a three-year stay in Washington Territory. She may have died prior to emigration. Eva, Ai, May, Alfred, unknown, unknown. See list for further information on him. It appears he does not return west. There is no indication he ever married. Occupation, farming. Married Margaret Davidson in Children William M. Henry settled in Jackson county and remained there the majority of his time in Oregon.
It appears he never married. It is believed that he may have come to OR in with his brother. At this time there is no proof to substantiate this theory. AMY, Haskel W. Hannah Patience : m1. Moon who married Oct 5, to Thomas Anderson. It is possible that the "B" was meant to be a "P" but it would have to be researched further.
Hannah was the mother of five known children by her first husband Thomas F. It is unknown at this time which of the Anderson children came to OR in After that time he does not appear in local records. JACK, Mrs. He was born in ; married his first wife, Miss Hulda Warren, in ; she died in His second wife's previous name was Mrs. Sarah Jack.
His children are William H. BAIN, Pherna : m1. BAIN, Daniel; m2. Nathaniel Robbins 08 Jun in Washington Co. In he was elected to the Oregon state senate. He married Jane E. She was born 12 Jan in Benton, Ark and died two months later on 22 Mar First wife died giving birth to Rebecca Emoline Banks. At that point they appear to have left the area.
Catherine J. Adams--Funeral services for Mrs. Adams, known as the "Queen Mother of Oregon" for the past five years because she was the oldest member of the Pioneer association, will be held Friday afternoon at at the Hillsboro Congregational church. Evra Maurer, pastor of the Evangelical church of Tigard, will have charge of the services. Interment will be in the Masonic cemetery at Hillsboro. Adams died Tuesday at the home of her son, William Adams of Hillsboro. She was 97 years of age and came across the plains to Oregon from Illinois in Beall; emigrated with mule teams; settled in the Rogue River Valley at Central Point; was packer between Jacksonville and Scottsburg in ; stock raiser and farmer; he and his brother the largest wheat growers in Jackson County at that time, jointly owning acres; father of Benjamin, Asbury, Clara, Carrie, Thomas, Lee, Tyson and Lucinda.
JOHN, Sarah; m2. New York, in October, , but was "raised" in Illinois. Owned and conducted various saw mills in the early years, with various degrees of success. Held a municipal office in ; became chief of the police of Portland in After arriving home he convinced his family to emigrate to OR; they traveled in the Biddle-Cardwell train; settled in Benton Co upon arrival in Oregon; youngest daughter, Alice was one of first three graduates of Oregon State University in Present residence, Scio, Linri County; occupation, farming.
Married Sarah A. Terry and their children are Martecia, William, E. Settled in Linn County, and was a farmer for some time, then a stock raiser in Washington Territory. In he purchased the Scio hotel and livery stable and now conducts both. Married Miss A. Terry on December 31, Their children are C. Married Elizabeth Brennan in , and their children are Nancy C. Born in Tennessee, January 15, ; came overland to Oregon.
Married Sarah C. Turner, and their children are John R,, Sarah D. Helens; prominent figure in Columbia County. When he got in the valley he got in with a doctor for 1 year, 5 days afterward he was taken very sick and like to have died. They was all so ill that he left as soon as he could walk. He came to my house Oct. He has not been able to do anything since worth mentioning until lately. James says he doesn't want any of his folks to move to Oregon till he gets back with money enough to buy him a farm. Then he says some of the prettiest girls may look out. He died on May 2. Lewis was near a wagon that had "John Bubo, of Dayton, Ohio" in it.
Joe road 1 day west of the Mission. The mother shows up again in the census but John S. He, with his wife and family, located near the Grande Ronde Reservation, in Yamhill County; there remained until , when they removed to Sheridan, and in , to Douglas County. Booth s present residence is Wilbur. Two were placed tolerably near each other one bearing the inscription "Charles Botsford murdered June 28th , The murderer lies in the next grave": The other bears the inscription of "Horace Dolley hung June 29th ".
It appears Dolley had contracted a grudge towards Botsford with regard to some little difficulty between them--had persuaded him to accompany him in a excursion and while alone with him he dealt the blow at which humanity would at any time recoil. Vengeance however quickly followed him and he was doomed to the penalty which his conduct so complety deserved" [Covered Wagon Women, Vol 5 Journal of Abigail Jane Scott p. Wilson Bowlby Saylor and continued the business with success He served with like credit in the State Senate and has the honor of having been President, , of that body Bowlby died on the 29th of April, , and Dr.
Randall Burlingame, of Wisconsin Hines, D. At the time of his arrival there were but two physicians in the vicinity, those being Drs. Belknap and H. Johnson, whereof the former occupied a farm below Hillsboro, and the latter was located at Springtown Middleton. These came a short time preceding Doctor Bowlby's arrival. Doctor Bowlby was born in Fairfield, New Jersey, in ; acquired his medical education in New York City; practiced in Indiana, and finally left for Oregon, crossing the plains in the usual way.
The Doctor was married previously to Miss Lydia Jones, who accompanied him to this State, bringing their three children. The lady died in Doctor Bowlby still practices medicine at Forest Grove. He represented Washington County in the State Legislature in , and was elected president of the Senate.
BOYD, J. The train crossed the summit of the Rockies on July 4. The train split at Salt Lake. Jane died of cholera on Aug 17, and was buried near Payette, ID. While living in Portland he was active in the Consolidated German Speaking Society of Oregon and served in various offices associated with that organization. They removed to Pike Co. In moved to Davis County, Iowa.
In came to Oregon and settled in Yamhill County, and now lives at Amity. He is proprietor of a warehouse and a farmer by occupation. Left four young daughters and husband.
HS, gives her date of death as , and says she died on the north side of the Platte 77 miles west of Ft. Kearny, from cholera. Willis, and their children were Emma J. Broughton died at Oregon City, January 7, Weger, in , and their children are Effie, Bessie, Laura, and Clara. James who died on trail. The Brown, McBee and Matheny families were neighbors in Ray Co, MO and the families apparently maintained contact after arrival in Oregon because children and grandchildren of these pioneers of married. Jacob Brown, who was reading at law at Willamette Univ. Granville was divorced by Clarissa, who moved to Dallas, Oregon to raise her children and care for her mother-in-law until Clarissa West Brown died.
Brown Dunkelberger. Granville M. Brown was cared for in the Dunkelberger home in Portland until he died later that year. Clarissa Brown Soehren and her husband owned and raised their daughters in a lovely Victorian house on a corner of Main Street near the Courthouse in Dallas. Rosanna told her children and grandchildren stories about crossing the plains, including an anecdote regarding a pair of knit stockings that she was drying by the fire when they were stolen by Indians.
He produced photographs in all the popular formats, including stereoview. Arrived in Portland in Engaged in steam boating on the Willamette. Opened a photograph gallery in Portland. Was elected sheriff of Multnoniah County in Married Josephine Latourette in Oregon City in Evaline Swearingen; settled in Lane Co; other Buoys who came a year later in settled nearby.
Murphey train. They accordingly fitted up two wagon beds for the purpose and launded them into the Snake, they seem to answer a good purpose and if no accident befalls them they will reach the dalles in ten days or less. Burrows, Mr. Peak - also part of Mr. Goodrich's Co- Mr. Peck, Mr. He died July 13 in Benton Co. Robert's family was documented in a interview given January 15, by his granddaughter Susan Elvira Means Mrs.
Joseph Mayberry Gray. Martha remarried to Rev. After her marriage ro Rev. The travel took its toll because the daughter lost her husband and two children, a son lost his wife and the other son died leaving a wife and child. Fredrick Meyer. He died 08 Jan He came west to cure his alcoholism. Levi Caffee had been addicted to drink in Illinois, and John Tucker Scott had forbidden him to use liquor, as a condition to his coming to Oregon in the Scott party.
Levi Caffee was a son of John Tucker Scott's aunt. When the party was met by relative, Lawson Scott an emigrant of , bringing supplies it was with horror that he also produced a bottle of "oh, be joyful". Levi got gloriously tipsy, and engaged in a carnival of drunken songs, much to the diversion of the children, to whom it was all very funny. Levi died 16 Jan Caldwell mentioned below; father of 17 children John H. His present residence is four miles north of McMinnville, and occupation, farmer.
He married Mary E. Hathaway in , and their children s names are Melissa, Malinda, and M. He married Amelia Jack in , and they have one child named Mintie. Campbell; helped found the town of McCloud, CA. He married Margaret W. Hill in , and they have one child named George O. Herbert W. WOOD, [ ]; m2. Joe Road in Kansas, cholera.
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Joseph, MO; father of two year old son, Sherrill; it is assumed that if his family was with him that they turned back. Laramie during emigration. Jesse and his family left from Platteville, WI. Kesse died at Portland, OR. Moore; went on to Benton Co; wife and one child died on trail of mountain fever. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, in ; married Mary E. Young, and their children are Sciotha E. He married Mary Clark, who died on the plains in He died August 30 on Burnt River. Clason, the young man who has been sick was still alive when we started this morning, was so near gone we did not wish to remove him.
We therefore left horses and a wagon, a tent and three men to attend him. Joe; he was highly esteemed among us. Clason died one and a half hour later. Migrated with parents to Davis county, Iowa and in across the Oregon trail to Oregon.