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334 U.S. May 10, 1948.

Certiorari Denied.

No. 591. Rodd v. United States. C. C. A. 9th. Certiorari denied. Morris L. Ernst, Harriet F. Pilpel and A. L. Wirin for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Quinn, Frederick Bernays Wiener, Robert S. Erdahl and Irving S. Shapiro for the United States. Reported below: 165 F. 2d 54.

No. 672. Krieger V. Louisiana. Supreme Court of Louisiana. Certiorari denied. Maurice R. Woulfe for petitioner. Reported below: 212 La. 527, 33 So. 2d 58.

No. 687. Nebraska V. United States Et Al. C. C. A. 8th. Certiorari denied. Walter R. Johnson, Attorney General of Nebraska, C, S. Beck, Deputy Attorney General, and Robert A. Nelson, Assistant Attorney General, for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman and Assistant Attorney General Vanech for the United States; and Milton C. Murphy and Paul L. Martin for McNish et al., respondents. Reported below: 164 F. 2d 866.

No. 708. Sobel Corrugated & Wooden Box Co. V. Fleming, Temporary Controls Administrator. C. C. A. 6th. Certiorari denied. A. L. Kearns for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Quinn, Robert S. Erdahl and Josephine H. Klein for respondent. Reported below: 165 F. 2d 568.

No. 715. Tinsley v. Texas. Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas. Certiorari denied. Kenneth hawing for petitioner. Reported below: — Tex. Cr. R. —, 207 S. W. 2d 94.

No. 728. North Pier Terminal Co. V. Interstate Commerce Commission. C. C. A. 7th. Certiorari denied. John S. Burchmore, Nuel D. Belnap and Robert N.

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Burch more for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Sonnett, Edward Dumbauld, Daniel W. Knowlton and Gordon Locke for respondent. Reported below: 164 F.2d 640.

No. 739. AUGELLI, TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY, ET AL. v. OHIO FINANCE CoRP.; and

No. 740. AUGELLI, TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY, ET AL. v. OHIO FINANCE CoRP. C. C. A. 3d. Certiorari denied. Samuel Milberg and Benjamin Gross for petitioners. Nathan Bilder for respondent. Reported below: 165 F. 2d 788.

No. 759. FRANKLIN LIFE INSURANCE Co. v. STUART ET AL. C. C. A. 5th. Certiorari denied. C. K. Bullard for petitioner. Dan Moody for respondents. Reported below: 165 F.2d 965.

No. 681. Viola v. OHIo. Supreme Court of Ohio. Certiorari denied. Charles J. Margiotti for petitioner. Paul J. Reagen and William M. McLain for respondent. Reported below: 148 Ohio St. 712, 76 N. E. 2d 715.

Rehearing Denied.

No. 518. DINEEN, SUPERINTENDENT of INSURANCE of THE STATE of NEw York, v. UNITED STATES, 333 U. S. 842. Rehearing denied.

MAY 17, 1948.

Per Curiam Decisions.

No. 428. PARKER v. ILLINois. Certiorari, 332 U. S. 846, to the Supreme Court of Illinois. Argued February 13, 1948. Decided May 17, 1948. Per Curiam: MR. JUSTICE JACKSON is of the opinion that the writ of certiorari should be dismissed and did not participate in the 334 U.S. May 17, 1948.

question as to the disposition of the case on its merits. With respect to the merits the judgment is affirmed by an equally divided Court. Petitioner argued the cause and filed a brief pro se. William C. Wines, Assistant Attorney General of Illinois, argued the cause for respondent. With him on the brief was George F. Barrett, Attorney General. Reported below: 397 111. 305, 74 N. E. 2d 523.

No. 705. Burrows Et Vir V. Hagerman, Tax CollecTor Of Sarasota County, Et Al. Appeal from the Supreme Court of Florida. Per Curiam: The motion to dismiss is granted and the appeal is dismissed for want of a substantial federal question. Stewart v. Pennsylvania, 312 U. S. 649. Richard J. Mackey for appellants. Miller Walton and W. C. Lantaff for appellees. Reported below: 159 Fla. 826, 33 So. 2d 34.

Miscellaneous Orders.

No. 439, Misc. Kissinger V. Sweigert, District Judge. Motion of petitioner for leave to withdraw the motion for leave to file petition for writ of quo warranto granted.

No. 340, Misc. Mezo V. Nierstheimer, Warden;

No. 417, Misc. Orr V. Benson, Warden;

No. 423. Misc. Spencer V. Ragen, Warden;

No. 425, Misc. Thomas V. Hunter, Warden;

No. 433, Misc. Miller V. Stewart, Warden;

No. 434, Misc. Schunke V. Heinze, Warden;

No. 445. Misc. Henderson V. Howard, Warden;

No. 465, Misc. La Count V. Howard, Warden;

No. 467, Misc. Walker V. Maryland; and

No. 472, Misc. Greco V. Stewart, Warden. The motions for leave to file petitions for writs of habeas corpus are denied.

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No. 440, Misc. CREBs v. SUPREME Court of KANSAs. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of mandamus denied.

No. 461, Misc. TALL v. ILLINois. Application denied.

No. 479, Misc. IN RE O'NEILL. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of mandamus denied.

No. 484, Misc. LAPKA v. UNITED STATES. Application denied.

Certiorari Granted.

No. 732. KLAPPROTT v. UNITED STATES. C. C. A. 3d. Certiorari granted. P. Bateman Ennis, W. Clifton Stone and Morton Singer for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Quinn, Robert S. Erdahl and Beatrice Rosenberg for the United States. Reported below: 166 F.2d 273.

Certiorari Denied.

No. 623. DELANo v. MICHIGAN. Supreme Court of Michigan. Certiorari denied. Frank L. Blackman for petitioner. Eugene F. Black, Attorney General of Michigan, Edmund E. Shepherd, Solicitor General, H. H. Warmer and Daniel J. O'Hara, Assistant Attorneys General, for respondent. Reported below: 318 Mich. 557, 28 N.W. 2d 909.

No. 661. RANDoLPH ET AL. v. Missouri-KANSASTEXAs RAILROAD Co. ET AL.; and

No. 711. Missouri-KANSAS-TEXAs RAILROAD Co. ET AL. v. RANDOLPH ET AL. C. C. A. 8th. Certiorari denied. Clif Langsdale and Clyde Taylor for petitioners in No. 661. C. S. Burg, M. E. Clinton and Ellison A. Neel for petitioners in No. 711 and respondents in No. 661. R. 334 U.S. May 17, 1948.

Carter Tucker for Wood et al., respondents in Nos. 661 and 711. Reported below: 164 F. 2d 4.

No. 696. Guinness V. United States. Court of Claims. Certiorari denied. Ellsworth C. Alvord and Floyd F. Toomey for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Caudle and Sewall Key for the United States. Reported below: 109 Ct. CI. 84, 73F.Supp. 119.

No. 709. Tudryck Et ux. v. Martin, Receiver, Et Al.; and

No. 710. Smyl Et Ux. V. Martin, Receiver, Et Al. Supreme Court of Michigan. Certiorari denied. Harry J. Lippman for petitioners in No. 709. Robert C. Winter for petitioners in No. 710. Edward A. Bilitzke for respondents. Reported below: 320 Mich. 99, 30 N. W. 2d 518.

Nos. 716 and 717. Hazeltine Corporation V. KirkPatrick, U. S. District Judge. C. C. A. 3d. Certiorari denied. Arthur G. Connolly, Leonard A. Watson and Laurence B. Dodds for petitioner. Floyd H. Crews, Donald J. Overocker, Hugh M. Morris, S. Samuel Arsht and Charles M. Hogan for respondent. Reported below: 165 F. 2d 683.

No. 720. Commissioner Of Internal Revenue V. Lehman. C. C. A. 2d. Certiorari denied. Solicitor General Perlman for petitioner. Ellsworth C. Alvord and Floyd F. Toomey for respondent. Reported below: 165 F. 2d 383.

No. 725. Anderson V. Commissioner Of Internal Revenue; and

No. 726. Anderson V. Commissioner Of Internal Revenue. C. C. A. 7th. Certiorari denied. Matthias

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