Safety Razors

Happy over winning a Federal court decision, the managers of the International Safety Razor Corp. last week hastened to advertise the sale of their corporate stock. The American Safety Razor Corp. had sued the company for infringement and unfair trade practices because International had advertised that the blades it made would fit "Gem," "Ever-Ready"' and "Star" holders (all made by Ameri-can), and that its holders would use "Gem," "Ever-Ready" and "Star" blades. American Safety Razor was incorporated in Virginia in 1919. William Crapo...

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