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May 3, 1948. 334U.S.

No. 741. FlNLEY ET AL. V. ClTY OF TARRANT ET AL.

Appeal from the Supreme Court of Alabama. Per Curiam: The motion to dismiss is granted and the appeal is dismissed for the reason that the judgment of the court below is based upon a nonfederal ground adequate to support it. Mr. Justice Black took no part in the consideration or decision of this case. George D. Finley for appellants. Douglass P. Wingo, Peyton D. Bibb and Needham A. Graham, Jr. for appellees. Reported below: 250 Ala. 19, 32 So. 2d 806.

Miscellaneous Orders.

No. 337. Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. Et Al. v. Moore, Comptroller Of The State Of New York, 333 U. S. 541. Rehearing denied. The petitions of the States of Connecticut and Vermont for leave to intervene are therefore also denied.

No. 361, Misc. Davis V. Nierstheimer, Warden; and No. 469, Misc. Fook V. Clemmer, Director. The

motions for leave to file petitions for writs of habeas

corpus are denied.

Certiorari Granted.

No. 621. United States V. Kansas City Life InsurAnce Co. Court of Claims. Certiorari granted. Solicitor General Perlman for the United States. Ray B. Lucas for respondent. Reported below: 109 Ct. CI. 555, 74 F. Supp. 653.

No. 195, Misc. Young V. Ragen, Warden. Circuit Court of Randolph County, Illinois. Certiorari granted. Petitioner pro se. George F. Barrett, Attorney General of Illinois, and William C. Wines, Assistant Attorney General, for respondent.

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Certiorari Denied.

No. 611. Loew's, Inc. Et Al. V. William Goldman Theatres, Inc. C. C. A. 3d. Certiorari denied. Wm. A. Schnader, Bernard G. Segal, J. Pennington Straus, Joseph M. Proskauer and Louis J. Gofiman for petitioners. William A. Gray, Francis T. Anderson, Lester J. Schaffer and Robert Dechert for respondent. Reported below: 164 F. 2d 1021.

No. 642. New York, New Haven & Hartford RailRoad Co. v. Reconstruction Finance Corporation. C. C. A. 2d. Certiorari denied. Hermon J. Wells and H. H. Corbin for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Robert L. Stern, Robert W. Ginnane, W. Meade Fletcher and Joseph A. Woolman for respondent. Reported below: 164 F. 2d 466.

No. 663. United States V. Cold Metal Process Co. Et Al. C. C. A. 6th. Certiorari denied. Solicitor General Perlman for the United States. Clarence B. Zewadski and Howard F. Burns for respondents. Reported below: 164 F. 2d 754.

No. 682. Harang V. United States. C. C. A. 5th. Certiorari denied. Arthur A. Moreno for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Caudle, Sewall Key and Hilbert P. Zarky for the United States. Reported below: 165 F. 2d 106.

No. 688. Beavers V. Commissioner Of Internal Revenue. C. C. A. 5th. Certiorari denied. Robert Ash for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Caudle, Sewall Key and Hilbert P. Zarky for respondent. Reported below: 165 F. 2d 208.

No. 698. In Re Gordon. Supreme Court of California. Certiorari denied. David W. Louisell for petitioner. May 3, 1948. 334 U. S.

No. 699. Capitol Meats, Inc. Et Al. V. United States. C. C. A. 2d. Certiorari denied. Irving J. Roth for petitioners. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Quinn, Robert S. Erdahl and Beatrice Rosenberg for the United States. Reported below: 166 F. 2d 537.

No. 714. Schatte Et Al. V. International Alliance Of Theatrical Stage Employees & Moving Picture Operators Et Al. C. C. A. 9th. Certiorari denied. Zach Lamar Cobb for petitioners. Matthew M. Levy and Michael G. Luddy for the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees & Moving Picture Operators et al.; and Homer I. Mitchell for the Association of Motion Picture Producers, Inc. et al., respondents. Reported below: 165 F. 2d 216.

No. 686. Samett V. Reconstruction Finance CorPoration. C. C. A. 10th. Certiorari denied. The Chief Justice took no part in the consideration or decision of this application. Fred S. Caldwell for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Morison, Paul A. Sweeney and Harry I. Rand for respondent. Reported below: 165 F. 2d 605.

No. 694. Waite V. Overlade, Warden. C. C. A. 7th. Certiorari denied. Mr. Justice Murphy and Mr. JusTice Rutledge are of the opinion the petition should be granted. Benjamin G. Cox for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Quinn, Frederick Bernays Wiener, Robert S. Erdahl and Beatrice Rosenberg for respondent. Reported below: 164 F. 2d 722.

No. 307, Misc. Harrison V. Illinois. Supreme Court of Illinois. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 395 111. 463, 70 N.E. 2d 596.

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No. 421, Misc. Mack V. Ragen, Warden. Criminal Court of Cook County, Illinois. Certiorari denied.

Rehearing Denied. (See also No. 337, supra.)

No. 270. Parker V. Illinois, 333 U. S. 571. Rehearing denied.

No. 384. Commissioner Of Internal Revenue V. South Texas Lumber Co., 333 U. S. 496. Rehearing denied.

No. 579. Garland V. United States, 333 U. S. 861. Rehearing denied.

May 10, 1948.

Per Curiam Decisions.

No. 153. Trustees Of The Monroe Avenue Church Of Christ Et Al. V. Perkins Et Al. On petition for writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of Ohio. Per Curiam: The petition for writ of certiorari is granted and the judgment is reversed. Shelley v. Kraemer and McGhee v. Sipes, 334 U. S. 1. Mr. Justice Reed, Mr. Justice JackSon, and Mr. Justice Rutledge took no part in the consideration or decision of this case. Leon A. Ransom and Austin L. Fickling for petitioners. Reported below: 147 Ohio St. 537, 72 N.E. 2d 97.

No. 429. Amer V. Superior Court Of California, In And For The County Of Los Angeles; and

No. 430. Kim V. Superior Court Of California, In And For The County Of Los Angeles. On petition for writs of certiorari to the Supreme Court of California. Per Curiam: The petition for writs of certiorari is granted. In each case the order denying a petition for writ of prohibition is vacated and the case is remanded to the SuMay 10, 1948. SHI'S

preme Court of California in order to enable it to reconsider its ruling in the light of Shelley v. Kraemer and McGhee v. Sipes, 334 U. S. 1. Mr. Justice Reed, Mb. Justice Jackson, and Mr. Justice Rutledge took no part in the consideration or decision of these cases. -4. L. Wirin and Fred Okrand for petitioners. Harold L. Kennedy, Ray C. Eberhard and Elisabeth Eberhard Zeigler for respondent. Saburo Kido filed a brief for the Japanese American Citizens League, as amicus curiae, supporting the petition.

No. 700. Gambrell Et Al. V. Chalk Hill Theatre Co., Ltd. Et Al. Appeal from the Court of Civil Appeals. 3d Supreme Judicial District, of Texas. Per Curiam: The motions to dismiss are granted and the appeal is dismissed for the reason that the judgment of the court below is based upon a nonfederal ground adequate to support it. Everett L. Looney for appellants. Arthur P. Bagby for the Chalk Hill Theatre Co., Ltd.; James H. Hart for the City of Austin; and James P. Hart for Staehely, appellees. Reported below: 205 S. W. 2d 126.

No. 745. Jefferson County Board Of Education Et Al. v. Everett, Superintendent. Appeal from the Court of Appeals of Kentucky. Per Curiam: The appeal is dismissed for the want of a substantial federal question. Henry M. Johnson for appellants. Reported below: 306 Ky. 439, 207 S. W. 2d 567.

Certiorari Granted. {See Nos. 153, 429 and 430, supra.)

Miscellaneous Order.

No. 258. SCHWABACHER ET AL. V. UNITED STATES ET

Al. Order entered amending opinion.
Opinion reported as amended, 334 U. S. 182.

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