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309 U.S. Decisions Granting Certiorari.

certiorari to the Supreme Court of Arkansas granted. Mr. George B. Rose for petitioners. Messrs. Charles T. Coleman and Walter G. Riddick for respondent. Reported below: 198 Ark. 743; 131 S. W. 2d 620; 132 S. W. 2d 658.

No. 579. UNION JOINT STOCK LAND BANK OF DETROIT v. BYERLY. January 29, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit granted. Messrs A. G. Masters and Ralph G. Martin for petitioner. Messrs. Elmer McClain and William Lemke for respondent. Reported below: 106 F. 2Cl 576.

No. 597. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH Co. v. NESTER ET AL., CoPARTNERs. January 29, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth. Circuit granted. Messrs. Francis R. Stark, Alfred Sutro, Oscar Lawler, and Francis R. Kirkham for petitioner. Mr. Earl C. Demoss for respondents. Reported below: 106 F. 2d 587.

No. 593. PERKINS, SECRETARY, ET AL. v. LUKENs STEEL Co. ET AL. February 5, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia granted. Solicitor General Jackson for petitioners. Messrs. William Clarke Mason, O. Mar Gardner, Frederick H. Knight, Harold F. McGuire, and Roberts B. Thomas for respondents. Reported below: 70 App. D. C. 354; 107 F.2d 627.

No. 613. UNITED STATES v. GEORGE S. BUSH & Co. February 5, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Court of Customs and Patent Appeals granted. Solicitor

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General Jackson for the United States. Mr. George R. Tuttle for respondent. Reported below: 27 C. C. P. A. (Customs) —; 104 F. 2d 368.

No. 426. HELVERING, CoMMISSIONER of INTERNAL REVENUE, v. LEONARD. February 5, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit granted. Solicitor General Jackson for petitioner. Messrs. J. Donald Duncan and James B. Alley for respondent. Reported below: 105 F. 2d 900.

No. 427. HELVERING, CoMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, v. FULLER. February 5, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit granted. Solicitor General Jackson for petitioner. Mr. Lucius F. Robinson for respondent. Reported below: 105 F. 2d 903.

No. 632. CANTweLL ET AL. v. CoNNECTICUT. See ante, p. 626.

No. 638. APEx Hosiery Co. v. LEADER ET AL. February 26, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit granted. Messrs. Sylvan H. Hirsch, Allen J. Levin, Arno P. Mowitz, and Stanley Folz for petitioner. Messrs. Isadore Katz and A. J. Nydick for respondents. Reported below: 108 F. 2d 71.

No. 662. DAMPSKIBSSELSKABET DANNEBROG ET AL. v. SIGNAL OIL & GAs Co. February 26, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit granted. Messrs. Lane Summers, W. H. 309 U. S. Decisions Granting Certiorari.

Hayden, and F. T. Merritt for petitioners. Mr. Glenn J. Fairbrook for respondent. Reported below: 106 F. 2d 896.

No. 671. SoNTAG CHAIN STOREs Co. v. NATIONAL NUT Co. March 4, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit granted. Messrs. Wm. Nevarre Cromwell, Frank H. Towner, and Guy A. Gladson for petitioner. Messrs. Hugh N. Orr and Charles S. Evans for respondent. Reported below: 107 F.2d 318.

No. 682. ANDERSON v. HELVERING, CoMMISSIONER of INTERNAL REVENUE; and

No. 683. PRICHARD v. SAME. March 4, 1940. Petition for writs of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit granted. Mr. Chas. H. Garnett for petitioners. Solicitor General Biddle, Assistant Attorney General Clark, and Messrs. Sewall Key and Richard H. Demuth for respondent. Reported below: 107 F. 2d 459.

No. 690. MINERSVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT ET AL. v. GoBITIS. March 4, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit granted. Messrs. Joseph W. Henderson, Thomas F. Mount, and George M. Brodhead, Jr. for petitioners. Messrs. Hayden C. Covington and Joseph F. Rutherford for respondent. Reported below: 108 F. 2d 683.

No. 643. WARREN ET AL. v. PALMER ET AL. March 4, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit granted. Messrs. Erwin N. Griswold, John Noble, Jr., and Paul E. Troy for

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petitioners. Mr. Hermon J. Wells for respondents. Reported below: 108 F.2d 164.

No. 674. UNITED STATES v. APPALACHIAN ELECTRIC Power Co. March 4, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit granted. The CHIEF JUSTICE took no part in the consideration and decision of this application. Solicitor General Biddle and Mr. David W. Robinson, Jr. for the United States. Messrs. Raymond T. Jackson, A. Henry Mosle, Hugo Kohlmann, and John L. Abbot for respondent. Reported below: 107 F. 2d 769.

No. 634. CANTY v. ALABAMA. See ante, p. 629.

No. 664. AMERICAN MANUFACTURING Co. v. NATIONAL LABOR RELATION's BoARD. See ante, p. 629.

No. 681. RAILROAD CoMMISSION of TEXAS ET AL. v. RowAN & NICHOLs OIL Co. March 11, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit granted. Messrs. Gerald C. Mann, Attorney General of Texas, and W. F. Moore, First Assistant Attorney General, for petitioners. Messrs. Dan Moody and Rice M. Tilley for respondent. Reported below: 107 F. 2d 70.

No. 87. WHITE v. TEXAs. See ante, p. 631.

No. 698. FRAME v. HUDSPETH, WARDEN. See ante, p. 632.

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No. 463. BERGER, RECEIVER, v. CHASE NATIONAL BANK;

No. 464. SCHRAM, RECEIVER, v. SAME;

No. 465. WARDELL, RECEIVER, v. SAME;

No. 466. YoUNG, SUCCESSOR TO HARDEE, RECEIVER, v. SAME; and

No. 467. FEUCHT ET AL., LIQUIDATING TRUSTEES, v. SAME. See ante, p. 632.

No. 584. CRANE-JoHNSON Co. v. CoMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. See post, p. 692.

No. 675. UNITED STATES v. STEwART. March 25, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit granted. Solicitor General Biddle for the United States. Messrs. W. Glenn Harmon, Ernest L. Wilkinson, and John W. Cragun for respondent. Reported below: 106 F. 2d 405.

No. 705. UNITED STATES v. DICKERSON. March 25, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Court of Claims granted. Solicitor General Biddle for the United States. Messrs. Herman J. Galloway, George R. Shields, John W. Gaskins, and Fred W. Shields for respondent. Reported below: 89 Ct. Cls. 520.

No. 715. UNITED STATES v. SUMMERLIN, ANCILLARY ADMINISTRATRIx. March 25, 1940. Petition for writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of Florida granted. Solicitor General Biddle for the United States. Mr. Asbury Summerlin for respondent. Reported below: 140 Fla. 475; 191 So. 842.

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