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No. 626. DANIELS ET AL. V. ALLEN, WARDEN (certiorari granted, 342 U. S. 941), argued April 28, 1952;

No. 643. SPELLER ALLEN, WARDEN (certiorari granted, 342 U. S. 953), argued April 29, 1952;

No. 670. BROWN υ. ALLEN, WARDEN (certiorari granted, 343 U. S. 903), argued April 29, 1952; and

No. 669. UNITED STATES EX REL. SMITH v. BALDI, SUPERINTENDENT (certiorari granted, 343 U. S. 903), argued April 29–30, 1952. These cases are ordered restored to the docket for reargument and are assigned for hearing at the head of the call for Monday, October 13th.

No. 353, October Term, 1950. LAND ET AL. v. DOLLAR ET AL., 340 U. S. 884. It is ordered that petitioners' motion for leave to file a motion for reconsideration of the denial of certiorari be continued on the docket.

No. 623. PEREZ v. CALIFORNIA ET AL.;
No. 233, Misc. PIANEZZI v. HEINZE, WARDEN; and

No. 484, Misc. ROBINSON v. LOUISIANA. Consideration of the applications for writs of certiorari in these cases is deferred pending further action in the case of Dixon v. Duffy, No. 79, October Term, 1951, ante, p. 393.

No. 440, Misc. TAYLOR V. STEELE, SUPERINTENDENT. C. A. 8th Cir. Certiorari denied. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of habeas corpus also denied. Petitioner pro se. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General McInerney, Robert S. Erdahl and John R. Wilkins for respondent. Reported below: 194 F. 2d 864.

No. 500, Misc. FORTUNE v. HARRIS, SUPERINTENDENT. Court of Appeals of New York. Certiorari denied. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of habeas corpus also denied.

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No. 5, Original, October Term, 1950. NEW JERSEY V. New YORK ET AL. The motion of the defendant, City of New York, for leave to file petition to modify the decree entered herein May 25, 1931, 283 U. S. 805, and the motion of defendant, State of New York, for leave to file memorandum in support of the petition are granted. Theodore D. Parsons, Attorney General of New Jersey, and Robert Peacock, Deputy Attorney General, for complainant. Nathaniel L. Goldstein, Attorney General, Wendell P. Brown, Solicitor General, and Edward L. Ryan, for the State of New York; and Denis M. Hurley, John P. McGrath and Richard H. Burke for the City of New York, defendants. Robert E. Woodside, Attorney General, George G. Chandler, Bernard G. Segal, Wm. A. Schnader and Harry F. Stambaugh for the State of Pennsylvania, intervenor.

No. 5, Original, October Term, 1950. NEW JERSEY V. NEW YORK ET AL. The petition of the defendant, City of New York, for modification of the decree entered herein May 25, 1931, 283 U. S. 805, the memorandum of the defendant, State of New York, and the answers to the petition filed by the State of New Jersey and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, are referred to Kurt F. Pantzer, Esquire, of Indianapolis, Indiana, as a Special Master, with directions and authority to proceed to a consideration of the issues involved and to report to the Court with all convenient speed his recommendations in respect of the amendment of the decree, if any.

No. 495, Misc. LEWIS ET AL. v. UNITED GAS PIPE LINE Co. C. A. 5th Cir. Certiorari denied. Motion for leave to file petition for writs of mandamus and prohibition also denied. Reported below: 194 F. 2d 1005.

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No. 492, Misc. TINNIN v. HEINZE, WARDEN; and

No. 514, Misc. ROBERTS v. McGEE, DIRECTOR. Motions for leave to file petitions for writs of habeas corpus denied.

No. 496, Misc. CROSS v. ILLINOIS;

No. 510, Misc. IN RE LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION OF CONNECTICUT; and

No. 511, Misc. IN RE NEWSTEAD. Motions for leave to file petitions for writs of mandamus denied. William L. Beers, Deputy Attorney General of Connecticut, for petitioner in No. 510.

Certiorari Granted. (See also No. 759, and Misc. Nos.

235 and 485, supra.) No. 730. SCHWARTZ v. Texas. Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas. Certiorari granted. Maury Hughes for petitioner. Price Daniel, Attorney General of Texas, and Calvin B. Garwood, Jr., Assistant Attorney General, for respondent. Reported below: — Tex. Cr. R. 246 S. W. 2d 174.

No. 729. JOHNSON, ADMINISTRATRIX, v. NEW YORK, New HAVEN & HARTFORD RAILROAD Co. C. A. 2d Cir. Certiorari granted, limited to the issue raised as to the application of Rule 50 (b) of the Rules of Civil Procedure. Jacquin Frank for petitioner. Edward R. Brumley for respondent. Reported below: 194 F. 2d 194.

No. 741. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF UTAH ET AL. v. WYCOFF COMPANY, INC. C. A. 10th Cir. Certiorari granted. Counsel are requested to discuss on briefs and oral argument the question whether a single judge had jurisdiction to hear and determine this case in view of 28 U. S. C. $ 2281. C. W. Ferguson for the Public Serv

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ice Commission of Utah, and D. A. Skeen for Seamons et al., petitioners. Harold S. Shertz for respondent. Reported below: 195 F. 2d 252.

No. 597. MANDOLI V. ACHESON, SECRETARY OF STATE. United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Certiorari granted. Jack Wasserman, Gaspare Cusumano and Harry Meisel for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General McInerney, Beatrice Rosenberg and Robert G. Maysack filed a memorandum for respondent. Reported below: 90 U. S. App. D. C. —, 193 F. 2d 920.

No. 746. SANFORD V. KEPNER. C. A. 3d Cir. Certiorari granted. J. Preston Swecker for petitioner. Wilmer Mechlin, Hugh M. Morris, George R. Ericson and William D. Denson for respondent. Reported below: 195 F. 2d 387.

No. 753. ARROWSMITH ET AL., EXECUTORS, ET AL. v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. C. A. 2d Cir. Certiorari granted. George R. Sherriff for petitioners. Solicitor General Perlman filed a memorandum for respondent. Reported below: 193 F. 2d 734.

No. 305, Misc. TINDER V. UNITED STATES. C. A. 4th Cir. Certiorari granted. Petitioner pro se. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General McInerney, Beatrice Rosenberg and Murry Lee Randall for the United States. Reported below: 193 F. 2d 720.

Certiorari Denied. (See also Misc. Nos. 440, 495 and

500, supra.) No. 624. CADDEN v. KENTUCKY. Court of Appeals of Kentucky. Certiorari denied. Vincent J. Hargadon for

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petitioner. J. D. Buckman, Jr., Attorney General of Kentucky, and Squire N. Williams, Jr., Assistant Attorney General, for respondent. Reported below: 242 S. W. 2d 409.

No. 705. RAMSEY ET AL., TRUSTEES, v. UNITED STATES. Court of Claims. Certiorari denied. William Ritche for petitioners. Solicitor General Perlman for the United States. Reported below: See 121 Ct. Cl. 426.

No. 720. BRENNAN ET AL. v. DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA & WESTERN RAILROAD CO. ET AL.; and

No. 728. SWITCHMEN'S UNION OF NORTH AMERICA ET AL. v. DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA & WESTERN RAILROAD Co. ET AL.

Court of Appeals of New York. Certiorari denied. Thomas J. McKenna for petitioners in No. 720 and Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, respondent in No. 728. Harold C. Heiss for petitioners in No. 728. Rowland L. Davis, Jr. for the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Co., respondent. Reported below: 303 N. Y. 411, 103 N. E. 2d 532.

No. 735. Hy-V COMPANY, INC. v. CAMPBELL Soup Co. United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals. Certiorari denied. Thomas L. Mead, Jr., Francis C. Browne, William E. Schuyler, Jr. and Andrew B. Beveridge for petitioner. Ellis W. Leavenworth, Leslie D. Taggart and Tracy R. V. Fike for respondent. Reported below: 39 C. C. P. A. (Pat.) 777, 193 F. 2d 338.

No. 737. CHOURNOS v. UNITED STATES. C. A. 10th Cir. Certiorari denied. Shirley P. Jones for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Underhill, Roger P. Marquis and John C. Harrington for the United States. Reported below: 193 F. 2d 321.

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