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March 15‘, 1938.
2,110,996
M. S. MALEK
METHOD AND DEVICE FOR FOLDING AND STITCHING'
LINING AND-THE OUTER MATERIALS OF NECKTI ES
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METHOD AND DEVICE FOR FOLDING AND STITCHING
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LINING AND THE OUTER MATERIALS OF NEOKTIES
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Patented Mar. 15', 1938
UNITED‘ STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,110,996
DEVICE FOR- FOLDING AND
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STITCHING LINING AND THE OUTER MA
TERIALS OF NECKTIES
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Morris s. Malek, Ridge?eld, N. J.
Application December 24, 1935, Serial No. 55,970
Renewed August 11, 1937
ii Claims. (01'. 223-37)
This invention relates to new and useful im
provements in a method and a device for- folding
and stitching linings and the outer materials of
neckties together.
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'More particularly, the invention contemplates
the use of a pair of ?exible clamping strips be
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Fig. 8 is an elevational view of a portion of Fig.
7 looking in the direction of the line 8——8 of Fig. '7.
Fig. 9 is a side elevational view of Fig. 8 looking ‘
in the direction of the arrows 9+9.
Fig. 10 is a fragmentary enlarged sectional view
taken on the line |0—'l0 of Fig‘. '7.‘
tween which the lining and covering material of v
Fig. 11 is a sectional view taken on the line
a necktie‘ may be clamped in a certain speci?c
l|--l| of Fig. ,10.
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‘ manner so that thereafter the necktie may be con
Fig. 12 is a sectional view taken on the line
veniently 'sewn.-
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l2—'l2 of Fig.7.
The invention proposes the provision of gauges
‘for holding the ?ning and necktie material in
certain positions, the provision of mechanism for
assisting in folding-the necktie covering material,
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The apparatus by which the instant method
of manufacturing ties is carried out includes a
table it) with which there is associated a pair of
?exible clamping strips Ii and I2. These strips
and an arrangement ‘so that the folded necktie ‘ are adapted to clamp the lining and the cover
material may be clamped in position between said - ing material of a necktie. A means is provided
?exible clamping strips.
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. which is mounted on the table and is adapted for '
Still further the invention proposesan arrange
ment to assist in sewing the lining and necktie
covering material together without removing
these parts from the clamping strips.
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Another object of the invention is the con
struction of a device as mentioned which is simple
and durable and which may be manufactured and
sold at a reasonable cost.
removably holding the lower of said clamping
strips in a certain position upon the table so that
the parts of the necktie may be properly posi-' 20
tioned relative to each other as hereinafter fur
ther described. In conjunction with the holding
means there' is a means for clamping the ?exible
strips! Hi and H together. This means is shown
to comprise headed fastening pegs l3 on the lower
For further comprehension of the invention, and clamping strip l I adapted to coact with openings
of the objects and advantages thereof, reference l4 and M’ in members on the top clamping strip
will be had to the following description and ac—
II. The opening I4 is circular and a tight fit
companying drawings, and to the appended claims - on the central peg I 3, whilethe openings H’ are
30 in which the various novel features of the inven
elongated so that the end pegs l3 may move.
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tion are more particularly set forth.
A lining guide gauge i5 is-movably mounted on
‘ In the accompanying drawings forming a ma
the table and is adapted to be placed on the lower
terial part of this disclosure:—
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Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a device cone
35 structed according to this invention and adapted
to assist in the manufacture of neckties. ‘
Fig. 1A is a perspective view of the top clamp?
ing strip in a position above the bottom clamp-\
ing strip which is shown in Fig. 1.
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Fig.‘ 3 is a fragmentarysectional view taken 0
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‘Fig. 4 is a plan view of the device shown in
Fig. 1 but illustrated with the parts in a different
position.
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Fig. 5 is a fragmentary enlarged‘ detailed view of
a portion ofvFig. 4.
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Fig. 6 is a fragmentary enlarged sectional view
‘taken on the line_li--6v of Fig. 4.
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Fig. 7 is a plan view of a'sewing machine with
an attachment to facilitate the sewing of the
ties according to this invention, a rack to supply
. the ties being also illustrated in this view in its
proper relation to the sewing machne.
placed thereagainst. On the drawings the lining
‘material is indicated by reference numeral 16 (see -
Fig. (i) and note that one edge thereof is in con
tact with the gauge.‘ This lining material may be
' of one piece‘or of two sections as is customary in
Fig. 2 is atransverse sectional view taken on
the line 2-2 ofFig. 1.
clam'p strip- II when the said clamp ‘strips are
separated so that the" lining material may be
the construction of‘ a. tie lining. If ‘of two sec
tions they. are treated just as vthough they were
one, that is, they are placediin relatively cor
rect positions to each other and then placed
against the gauge. A tie covering material guide
gauge i1 is also movably mounted on the table and
is adapted- to beplaced upon the lining material
‘(see Fig. 6) .to hold the same, and also is adapted
to guide the placing of the tie covering material
l8 thereagainst'and properly upon the lining.
Holding strips i98 and l9b are adapted-to be 50
placed over ‘the tie covering material and the
lining to hold-these parts while they are being
bent. A mechanism is provided for bending the
tie covering material over the lining and consists
essentially of a plate 20 which is slidably mount 55
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> ed on the table and has its forward edge 20' nor
"mally disposed'beneath the tie covering material
‘ ‘so that when’ moved ‘forwards it is adapted to
the stationary table top l0 and the drum for nor
mally urging the drum into a neutral position. A
cable 55 is wound upon the bottom portion of the
52* by which the drum may be manually
bend this ‘material. The holding strips L35 and . drum
turned when desired to move the T-shaped mem
19*’. are 'adaptedto‘ be. withdrawn after the tie'
covering materialis bent over the lining. The
said clamping strips ll and'l2 are then adapted
to be connected together by'the fastening pegs l3
and openings. l4 and My’ to hold the lining and tie
10 covering material in'a position ready to be sewn.
The ends of the clamping strip II have small
transverse strips I l(1 rigidly connected therewith,
_ which in- turn, support inwardly overhanging
tubular members He. Preferably, these tubular
bers 26 together.‘
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The racks 5| and 52 are slidably supported on
tracks 56 mounted- upon'the bottom of the table
top [0. Pins 5'l'extend upwards from in-turned
ends of the racks 5| and 52 and connect with the 10
slidable members 26. The cable 55 is carried over
several pulleys 58 and extends downwards and
connects with the front end of a foot pedal 59
which is pivotally mounted by a hinge 10 at its
15 members are square in transverse cross section.
The ends of the clamping strip l2 have rigidly
mounted thereon the strips 23 which may slide
‘beneath the overhanging tubular members He,
as clearly shown in Fig. 3, to hold these parts
20 together. The strip I2 is ?exible so that the slid
ing is possible in bowed condition and is
terrupted by the fastening elements [3 when in
rear. The spring 051 normally urges the members 15
26 into extended positions, as shown in Fig. 1, and
raises the pedal 59. The pedal may be manually
depressed for moving the members 26 inwards t0
the position shown in Fig. 4.
The means for ‘bending the tie covering mate 20
rial over the lining and over the holding strips
l98 and l9b comprises a plate 20a which has a
circular opening ll-which holds the clamp strip
pair of parallel strips 33 attached upon the bot
tom side thereof. These parallel strips 33 engage
in a pair of parallel grooves 34 in the table top.
A handle 35 upon the plate 20 is used to'manually
clamping strips may be ?exed to arcuate positions,
plate 36 which rests upon the table top. The
- the proper position the fastening elements I3
may engage through the openings l4 and M’.
The central fastening element I3 engages in the
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H at the center relatively ?xed to the clamping move the plate. This plate 20 is held in a raised
strip I2. The openings M’ are slots so that the ‘position from the table top In by a stationary
30 as shown inFigs. '! and 8. When thus ?exed, the
inner clamping strip l2 tends to tightly engage
against the outer clamping strip l I and so tightly
clamp the necktie parts in position ready to be
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sewn as hereinafter further described.
The means for releasably holding the lower
clamping strip II in position comprises a pair of
arms 218 and 2|h which are pivotally supported
at their rear ends by standards 22 mounted upon.
' the table. The tubular members lie of the hot
40 tom clamping strip ll may slidably engage upon
the arms 2|a and 2|h so that the’lower clamping
strip 2| is pivotal and may assume a pre-deter
‘mined position resting upon the tabletop. The
clamping strip ll may be slipped into position
45 and removed from position when desired.
The lining guide gauge l5 comprises a strip l5“,
preferably of rubberv or other‘resilient material
having its outer face properly shaped to guide
the placing of‘ the lining l6 thereagainst. This
50 strip l58L is attached upon a rigid bar l5b which is
supported at its ends upon arms l5“. These arms
are hingedly connected by hinges l5“ to the top
of the table l0.
. The tie covering material gauge I'i comprises a
55 resilient strip of material l‘la which is supported
in a channel shaped rigid strip l'i'J supported at
its ends by arms l1“. These arms are connected
by hinges I‘!‘1 with the table top Ill.
The holding strips l9“ and 19b are attached at
.60 their outer ends upon the heads 25 of T-shaped
members 26. These T-shaped members have
their bodies engaging in dove-tailed slots in the
table top Ill (see Fig.‘ 2). The arrangement is
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'such that the 'T-shaped
members 26- may be
65 moved to the extended positions shown in Fig. l
in which the holding strips I31; and l9b are in
operative. »Or', these T-shaped members may be‘
retracted so that the holding strips are engaged
plate 20 rests upon the plate 36. The arrange
ment is such that the plate 20 may be moved for
wards to bend the tie material as hereinafter
more fully explained.
The lining guide gauge I5 is urged into an oper
ative position or an inoperative position by springs
l5f. These springs extend through openings I51I in
the table top. At the top ends the springs I51 con
nect slightly above the pivot points of the arms
l5“. At the bottom ends these springs I5t con
nect with brackets l5h mounted upon the bottom
of the table top Ill. The points‘ of connection of
the springs l5i are such that normally when the
gauge I5 is raised the springs act past the dead
center and hold the gauge in open position, and
when the gauge is manually lowered the springs
assume the position shown by the dot and dash
~lines l5ft in Fig. 2 so as to urge the gauge down
wards into ‘closed position.
The device so far described may be better un
derstood by considering its operation. Fig. 1
shows the parts in inoperative positions in which
a lining of a necktie may be placed upon the bot
tom clamping strip II. This lining may be cor
rectly placed upon the clamping strip H by ?rst
lowering the lining guide gauge l5. In Fig. 6 the
lining guide gauge is shown in the operative posi
tion resting on the plate I I. The lining is placed
so that one of its edges is in intimate contact with
the side‘faoe of the resilient portion 158 of the
lining guide gauge.
The tie covering material
gauge I1 is then moved to the lowered position, as
shown in Fig. 6; in which it serves to hold the
lining i6 and furthermore serves to constitute a
guide for the edge of the tie covering material.
The tie covering material 18 is placed in position
with its edges against the said edge of the strip
II“. The holding strips I99- and I9” are moved
into positions over the lining and tie covering
; over the tie materials. The T-shaped members, materials, as shown in Fig. 4 by pressing down
70 26 are readily retractable by a spring turned gear wards on the pedal 32. The folding plate 20 is
50 which meshes with racks 5| and 52 on opposite moved- forwards so as to fold over the .tie cover
sides thereof, said racks being __connected with‘ ing material l8 on the holding strips l9“ and Illb
the said members 26. More particularly, the gear as clearly shown in Fig. 6. With the plate 20* in
'50 is, connected with a drum 52' upon which» a
75 spring 53 is mounted. This spring acts between
this position so as to hold the bent tie material,
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the holding strips l9“ and l9b are drawn out by
releasing the pedal 32.
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The ?exible clamping strip 12 is then placed in
position upon the clamping strip and secured
thereby by the proper inter-engagement of ‘the
fastening pegs l3 and the openings l4 and I4’.
The connected clamping strips and the tie mate
rials clamped thereby are removed from the arms
2|“ and 2|“ and the tie is ready to be sewn. Pref
erably, one operator should produce these holding
devices and store them on a suitable rack so that
another operator may perform. the sewing oper
ation.
In Figs. 7-9 inclusive the sewing of the ties by
15 the use of these holding devices is shown. A con
I ventional sewing machine 40 is mounted upon a
support plate 4| upon which there is also mounted
a bracket 42. This bracket 42 supports a tubu
lar ‘bearing 43 in which a 'stud shaft 44 turns.
20 This stud shaft is adjustably connected by a wing
clamp screw 45 with a bushing 46 attached on
the center of a transverse support bar 41. ‘ This
transverse support bar is equipped with trans
verse sockets 48 which are adapted to be engaged
by pins 488 in the tubular members lie of the
clamping strip II for the purpose of holding the
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placing tie covering material against another
guiding gauge in speci?c relation to the ?rst
guiding gauge, folding the tie material into proper
shape for sewing, clamping the folded materials
between ?exible clamping strips, and bending
said ?exible strips into arcuate shapes to facili
tate the sewing operation and stitching said tie
covering material while in its arcuate shape.
2. A device for folding and holding tie ma
terial during the manufacture of neckties, com 10
prising a table, a pair of ?exible clamping strips I
on said table between which the lining and cover
ing material of a tie may be clamped, means for
holding the lower of said clamping strips in a cer
tain position on said table, means for clamping 15
said strips together, a lining guide gauge movably
mounted on said table and adapted to be placed I
upon said lower clamping strip when the clamp?
ing strips are supported so that the tie lining
may be placed thereagainst, a tie covering ma 20
terial gauge movably mounted on said table and
adaptedpto be placed on said lining material to
hold same, and also adapted to guide the plac
ing of the tie covering material upon the lining
material, holding strips adapted to be placed overv 25
said tie covering material and lining to hold these
clamping strips in arcuate shape as clearly shown parts while being bent, means for bending the tie
in Figs. 7 and 8. A plurality of bars 41' are covering material over said holding strips, said
adapted to rest on a spaced pair of tracks 49, and _ holding strips being withdrawable after the tie
30 are perforated to receive the pins 48a of the sock
' covering material is bent, and said clamping
ets He so that the tie holding devices‘ may be‘ strips Being then coactable for holding the tie 30
stored to’ be ready to be sewn when desired.
material ready to be sewn.
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A radial arm 60 is connected with the shaft
44 and is provided with a weight 6| adjustable
a: BI thereon.
This arm and weight act as a counter
weight so that_the arcuate shaped clamping strips
may be swung around when desired. The sewing
machine 40 is so mounted upon the support 4|
that when the tie holding device is engaged upon
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'the bracket 42 the tie held thereby is in position
ready to be sewn. It is then merely necessary to
pivot the arcuate tie holding support so that the
sewing is begun at one end of the tie material
and terminated at the other end. The dot and
dash lines in Fig. 8 show another position of
pivoting of the parts.
A U-shaped holding element 62 is mounted on
the end of a ‘rod 63 which is slidable in a tubu- -
lar member 64 mounted upon the top of the
bracket 42. A lever 65 is pivoted intermediately
at 66 upon the bracket and has its inner end con
nected with the bar 63 through a slot in the
tubular member 64 by which the bar 63 may be
extended when desired. When the U-shaped
_ member 62 engages the bar 41 the particular tie
holding device is held against pivoting. When
3. A device for folding and holding tie ma
terial during the manufacture of neckties, com
prising a table, a pair of ?exible clamping strips 35
on said table between which the lining and cover
ing material of a tie may be clamped, means for
holding the lower of said clamping strips in a
certain position on saidtable, means for clamp
ing said strips together, a lining guide gauge 40
movably mounted on said table and adapted to
bev placed upon said lower clamping strip when
the clamping strips are supported so that the tie
lining may be placed thereagainst, a tie covering
material gauge movably mounted on said table 45.
and adapted to be placed on said lining material
to hold same, and also adapted to guide the plac
ing of thetie covering material upon the lining
material, holding strips adapted to be placedover
said tie covering material and lining to hold these
parts while being bent, means for bending the
tie covering material over said holding strips,
said holding strips beingwithdrawable after the
tie covering material is bent, and said clamping
strips being then coactable for holding the tie 55
material ready to be sewn, said means for mov
the operator wishes to sew the tie he moves the ably holding the lower clamping strip comprising
lever 65 to'release the U -shaped bracket 62 from a pair of hinged arms and tubular members on
the bar 41. The purpose of the wing screw 45 the vends of the clamping strip and engageable
60 is to permit a proper relative adjustment upon on said arms.
the shaft 44 so that the arcuate shaped tie hold»
4. A device for folding and holding tie material 60
ing device is in proper position relative to the during the manufacture of neckties, comprising a
sewing machine. table, a pair of ?exible clamping strips on said
While I have illustrated and described the‘ table between which the lining and covering ma
65 preferred embodiment of my invention, it is to terial of a tie may be clamped, means for holding
p be understood that I do not limit myself to the the lower of said clamping strips in a certain 65
precise construction herein disclosed and the - position on said table, means for clamping said
right is reserved to all changes and modi?cations strips together, a lining guide gauge movably
coming within the scope of the invention as de
mounted on said table and adapted to be placed
70 ?ned in the appended claims.
upon said lower clamping strip when the clamp
Having thus described my invention, what I ing strips are supported so that the tie lining. may 70
claim as new and desire to secure by United be placed thereagainst, a tie covering material
States Letters Patent is:
gauge movably mounted on said table and adapt
1.,A method for assembling tie materials, con
75 sisting in placing a lining against a guiding gauge,
ed to‘ be placed on said lining material to hold
same, and also adapted to guide the placing of the " -
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tie covering material upon the lining material,
holding strips adapted to be placed over said tie
coveringmaterial and lining to hold these parts
while being bent, means for bending the tie cov
ering material over said holding strips, said hold
ing strips being withdrawable after the tie c'ov
iering material is bent, and said clamping strips
being then coactable for holding the tie material
ready to be sewn, said means for connecting said
10 clamping strips comprising fastening elements on
one of the clamping strips engageable with coact
also adapted to guide the placing of the tie cov
ering material upon the lining material, holding
strips adapted to be placed over said tie cover
ing material and lining to hold these parts while
being bent, means for bending the tie covering
vmaterial over said holding strips, said holding
strips being withdrawable after the tie covering
material is bent, and said clamping strips being
then coactable for holding the tie material ready
to be sewn, a rigid bar, said lining guide gauge 10
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comprising a guide element supported on said
rigid bar, and a pair of arms supporting said rigid
bar and hingedly mounted on the table top.
'7. A device for folding and holding tie material
ing elements on the other of said strips.
5. A device for folding and holding tie mate
rial during the manufacture of neckties, com ' during the manufacture of neckties, comprising 15
prising a table, a pair of ?exible clamping strips a table, a pair of ?exible clamping strips on said
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on said table between which the lining and cov- . table between which the lining and covering ma
ering material of a tie may be clamped, means terial of atie may be clamped, means for hold
for holding the lower of said clamping strips in a ing the lower of said clamping strips in a certain
certain position on said table, means ‘for clamp
position on said table, means for clamping said 20
20 ing said strips together, a lining guide gauge mov
ably mounted on said table and adapted to be
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- placed upon said lower clamping strip when the.
clamping strips are supported so that the tie
, lining may be placed thereagainst, a tie covering
material gauge movably mounted on said table
and adapted to be placed on said lining material
to hold same, and also adapted to guide the plac
ing of the tie covering material upon the lining
material, holding strips adapted to be placed over
30 said tie covering material and lining to hold these
parts while being bent, means for bending the tie
strips
together, a lining guide gauge movably
mounted on said table and adapted to be placed
upon said lower clamping strip when the clamp
ing strips are supported so that the tie lining may
be placed thereagainst, a tie covering material
gauge movably mounted on said table and adapted
to be placed on said lining material to hold same,
and also adapted to guide the placing of the tie
covering material upon the lining material, hold
ing strips adapted to be placed over said tie cov-
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ering material and lining to hold these parts
while being bent, means for bending the tie cov
‘ covering material over said holding strips, said ering material over said holding strips, said hold
holding strips being withdrawable after the tie - ing strips being withdrawable after the tie cov
covering material is bent, and said clamping strips
. being then coactable for holding the tie material
ready to be sewn,-said means for connecting said
clamping strips comprising fastening elements
on one of the clamping strips engageable with
coacting elements on the other of said strips, and
said clamping strips having inter-engaging end
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ering material isbent, and said clamping strips
being then coactable for holding the tie mate
rial ready to be sewn, a rigid bar, said tie cover
ing material gauge comprising a guiding element
supported on said rigid bar, and a pair of hingedly
supported arms supporting said bar.
8. In a device for folding and holding tie ma
> portions to prevent relative motion thereof when terial, the combination of a table provided with a
the strips are bent into arcuate condition.
depressed portion, a clamping strip positionable
6- A device for folding and holding tie material '
in the said depressed portion of the table to un
during the manufacture of neckties, comprising derlie one portion of the unfolded tie material, a
a table, a pair of ?exible clamping strips on said holding means positionable on the said tie mate
table between which the lining and covering ma
terial of. a tie may be clamped, means for holding
the lower of said clamping strips in a certain posi
tion on said table, means for clamping said strips
together, a lining guide gauge movably mounted
50 on ‘said table and adapted to be placed upon said
lower clamping strip when the clamping strips
are supported» so that the tie lining may be placed
thereagainst, a tie covering material gauge mov
ably mounted on said table and adapted to be
placed on said‘ lining material to hold same, and
rial portion, a plate positioned on the table to
underlie the other portion of the unfolded tie
material and slidable relatively to the said clamp
ing strip and holding means, to fold the said other 50
portion of the tie material over the said holding
means, the said holding means being retractable,
and a second clamping strip cooperative with the
?rst mentioned clamping strip to clamp the fold
ed tie material therebetween.
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MORRIS S. MALEK.
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