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Certiorari Granted. (See also No. 649, supra.)

No. 334. GORDON, OFFICER IN CHARGE, IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE, v. HEIKKINEN. C. A. 8th Cir. Certiorari granted. Solicitor General Perlman for petitioner. Reported below: 190 F. 2d 16.

No. 300, Misc. UNITED STATES EX REL. SMITH v. Baldi, SUPERINTENDENT. C. A. 3d Cir. Certiorari granted. Thomas D. McBride for petitioner. Reported below: 192 F. 2d 540.

No. 333, Misc. BROWN V. ALLEN, WARDEN. C. A. 4th Cir. Certiorari granted. Herman L. Taylor for petitioner. Harry McMullan, Attorney General of North Carolina, and Ralph Moody, Assistant Attorney General, for respondent. Reported below: 192 F. 2d 477.

Certiorari Denied. (See also Misc. Nos. 218, 337 and

353, supra.) No. 508. ALBO TRADING CORP. v. UNITED STATES. Court of Claims. Certiorari denied. Horace S. Whitman for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Baldridge and Samuel D. Slade for the United States. Reported below: 120 Ct. Cl. 65.

No. 509. Volk v. UNITED STATES. Court of Claims. Certiorari denied. Horace S. Whitman for petitioner. . Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Baldridge and Samuel D. Slade for the United States. Reported below: 120 Ct. Cl. 57.

No. 538. GREGORY ET AL. v. LOUISVILLE & Nashville RAILROAD CO. ET AL. C. A. 6th Cir. Certiorari denied. Solicitor General Perlman for petitioners. C. S. Landrum and H. T. Lively for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad

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Co.; and Robert E. Hogan, Clarence M. Mulholland, Edward J. Hickey, Jr. and Richard R. Lyman for System Federation No. 91, Railway Employes' Department of A. F. of L., et al., respondents. Reported below: 191 F. 2d 856.

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No. 550. SOLTERO v. DESCARTES, TREASURER OF PUERTO RICO, ET AL. C. A. 1st Cir. Certiorari denied. F. Fernandez Cuyar for petitioner. Victor Gutierrez Franqui, Attorney General of Puerto Rico, and J. B. Fernandez Badillo, Assistant Attorney General, for respondents. Reported below: 192 F. 2d 755.

No. 554. SINEIRO V. UNITED STATES. C. A. 3d Cir. Certiorari denied. Harry Polikofj for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General McInerney and Robert S. Erdahl for the United States. Reported below: 193 F. 2d 136.

No. 556. LAWSON, ADMINISTRATOR, v. UNITED STATES. C. A. 2d Cir. Certiorari denied. Charles H. Lawson, pro se. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Baldridge, Paul A. Sweeney and Benjamin Forman for the United States. Reported below: 192 F. 2d 479.

No. 562. JEWELL, CHIEF OVERSEER OF CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD, v. Davies, U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE. C. A. 6th Cir. Certiorari denied. Wallace J. Baker, Sr. for petitioner. Albert Williams for respondent. Reported below: 192 F. 2d 670.

No. 564. GENERAL SHOE CORP. v. NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD. C. A. 6th Cir. Certiorari denied. Cecil Sims for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, George J. Bott, David P. Findling, Mozart G. Ratner and Irving M. Herman for respondent. Reported below: 192 F. 2d 504.

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No. 566. ROSENBLUM ET AL., DOING BUSINESS AS MODERN MANNER CLOTHES, v. FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION. C. A. 2d Cir. Certiorari denied. Copal Mintz for petitioners. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Morison, Ralph S. Spritzer and W. T. Kelley for respondent. Reported below: 192 F. 2d 392.

No. 571. CRANK ET AL. v. GREER, TRUSTEE, ET AL. Supreme Court of Arkansas. Certiorari denied. Ned Stewart for Crank et al.; and Otto Atchley and Robert S. Vance for the Texas & Pacific Railway Co., petitioners. A. F. House for respondents. Reported below: 219 Ark. 425, 243 S. W. 2d 13.

No. 573. CHAPMAN v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. C. A. 9th Cir. Certiorari denied. Petitioner pro se. Solicitor General Perlman, Acting Assistant Attorney General Slack, A. F. Prescott and Louise Foster for respondent. Reported below: 191 F. 2d 816.

No. 576. GENERAL AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION CORP. v. INDIANA HARBOR BELT RAILROAD CO. ET AL. C. A. 7th Cir. Certiorari denied. Edward P. Morse and Arthur W. Clement for petitioner. R. S. Outlaw and Thos. J. Barnett for respondents. Reported below: 191 F.2d 865.

No. 596. SOUTHWEST STONE Co. v. MISSOURI-KANSASTexas RailROAD Co. C. A. 5th Cir. Certiorari denied. Frank A. Leffingwell for petitioner. 0. 0. Touchstone for respondent. Reported below: 192 F. 2d 395.

No. 613. Van DOORN ET AL. v. HENIG, TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY. C. A. 3d Cir. Certiorari denied. Bertram K. Wolfe for petitioners. Paul T. Huckin for respondent. Reported below: 192 F. 2d 574.

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No. 533. FOSTER ET AL. V. GENERAL MOTORS CORP. C. A. 7th Cir. Certiorari denied. Thomas M. Cooley, II, for petitioners. Hubert Hickam and Thomas M. Scanlon for respondent. Reported below: 191 F. 2d 907.

No. 553. ADAMOWSKI ET AL. v. BARD, U. S. DISTRICT JUDGE, ET AL. C. A. 3d Cir. Certiorari denied. Paul M. Goldstein and Herman Moskowitz for petitioners. Thomas E. Byrne, Jr. for Blumberg et al., respondents. Reported below: 193 F. 2d 578.

No. 163, Misc. THOMAS v. DUFFY, WARDEN. Supreme Court of California. Certiorari denied. A. J. Zirpoli for petitioner. Edmund G. Brown, Attorney General of California, and Clarence A. Linn, Assistant Attorney General, for respondent.

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No. 190, Misc. STREWL v. MCGRATH, ATTORNEY GEN

United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 89 U. S. App. D. C. 183, 191 F. 2d 347.

No. 238, Misc. ADAMS v. WATERS, WARDEN. Criminal Court of Appeals of Oklahoma. Certiorari denied. Reported below: Okla. Cr. 237 P. 2d 914.

No. 241, Misc. HARRIGAN v. UNITED STATES. C. A. 2d Cir. Certiorari denied. Harold L. Turk for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General McInerney, Beatrice Rosenberg and Edward S. Szukelewicz for the United States.

No. 252, Misc. SHOTKIN V. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILROAD CO. ET AL. Supreme Court of Colorado. Certiorari denied. Walter F. Dodd for petitioner. Reported below: 124 Colo. 141, 235 P. 2d 990.

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BLACK, J., dissenting.

No. 387. REMINGTON v. UNITED STATES. C. A. 2d Cir. Certiorari denied. Dissenting memorandum filed by MR. JUSTICE Black, with whom MR. JUSTICE Douglas concurs. As to the legal significance of a denial of the petition for writ of certiorari, MR. JUSTICE FRANKFURTER refers to his memoranda in Maryland v. Baltimore Radio Show, Inc., 338 U. S. 912, and Agoston v. Pennsylvania, 340 U. S. 844. MR. JUSTICE CLARK took no part in the consideration or decision of this application. William C. Chanler and Joseph L. Rauh, Jr. for petitioner. Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General McInerney, Robert L. Stern and Beatrice Rosenberg for the United States. Reported below: 191 F. 2d 246.

MR. JUSTICE BLACK, with whom MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS concurs, dissenting.

A federal district court grand jury indicted petitioner for perjury. A petit jury convicted him. The Court of Appeals reversed but refused to order the indictment dismissed. 191 F. 2d 246. Petitioner is now seeking certiorari, claiming that the indictment should have been dismissed. The majority now denies his petition. I think we should grant and consider two questions the petitioner presents. These questions challenge the fairness of the prosecutorial methods used to obtain and to sustain the indictment. The first challenge is:

"The Circuit Court of Appeals erred:

"In failing to dismiss the indictment on the ground that the foreman of the indicting grand jury, at the very time the indictment was returned, was the financial and literary collaborator of the chief prosecution witness in a book-publishing venture whose success depended upon the defendant's indictment."

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