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No. 568, Misc. WHALEN v. PENNSYLVANIA. Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Certiorari denied.

No. 607, Misc. BRATTON v. DowD, WARDEN. Supreme Court of Indiana. Certiorari denied. Reported below:

Ind. — 162 N. E. 2d 444.

No. 609, Misc. DEFREESE v. UNITED STATES. C. A. 5th Cir. Certiorari denied. Arthur D. Herrick for petitioner. Solicitor General Rankin, Assistant Attorney General Wilkey, Beatrice Rosenberg and William J. Risteau for the United States. Reported below: 270 F. 2d 737.

No. 610, Misc. DEFREESE ET AL. v. UNITED STATES. C. A. 5th Cir. Certiorari denied. Petitioner pro se. Solicitor General Rankin, Assistant Attorney General Wilkey, Beatrice Rosenberg and William J. Risteau for the United States. Reported below: 270 F. 2d 730.

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No. 626, Misc. WILLIAMS v. CALIFORNIA ET AL. 9th Cir. Certiorari denied.

No. 675, Misc. JANIEC v. New JERSEY. Supreme Court of New Jersey. Certiorari denied.

No. 539, Misc. JONES V. UNITED STATES. United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Certiorari denied. MR. JUSTICE Douglas is of the opinion that certiorari should be granted. Petitioner pro se.

Solicitor General Rankin, Assistant Attorney General Wilkey, Beatrice Rosenberg and Robert G. Maysack for the United States. Reported below: 106 U. S. App. D. C. 228, 271 F.2d 494.

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Rehearing Denied.

No. 60. ARNOLD v. BEN KANOWSKY, INC., 361 U. S. 388;

No. 613. THE DEUTSCH COMPANY V. NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, 361 U.S. 963;

No. 627. MONDAY v. UNITED STATES, 361 U. S. 965; and

No. 635. SLUSARZ v. CYGAN, 361 U. S. 964. Petitions for rehearing denied.

APRIL 18, 1960.

Miscellaneous Orders.

No. 8. SCALES v. UNITED STATES. The order of June 29, 1959, 360 U. S. 924, setting this case for reargument is amended so as to allot one hour to each side for oral argument.

No. 342. NOSTRAND ET AL. v. BALMER ET AL., AS THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, ET AL. Appeal from the Supreme Court of Washington. (Probable jurisdiction noted, 361 U. S. 873.) The motion to substitute Herbert Little as a party appellee in the place of Thomas Balmer, deceased, is granted. John J. O'Connell, Attorney General of Washington, on the motion.

No. 537. COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES v. SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES CONTROL BOARD. The order of February 5, 1960, 361 U. S. 951, granting the petition for writ of certiorari is amended so as to allot two hours to each side for oral argument.

No. 592, Misc. LARSEN V. HALBERT, U. S. DISTRICT JUDGE. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of mandamus and other relief denied.

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No. 765. McNEAL v. CULVER, STATE PRISON CUSTODIAN. Certiorari, 362 U. S. 910, to the Supreme Court of Florida. The motion of the petitioner for the appointment of counsel is granted and it is ordered that Sam Daniels, Esquire, of Miami, Florida, be, and he is hereby, appointed to serve as counsel for petitioner in this case.

No. 697, Misc. WHITENER V. MANNING, WARDEN; and

No. 705, Misc. LIVESAY v. Ellis, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS. Motions for leave to file petitions for writs of habeas corpus denied. James P. Harrelson, Alex Akerman, Jr. and Roscoe Pickett for petitioner in No. 697, Misc.

No. 581, Misc. LEREA v. COCHRAN, DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF CORRECTIONS;

No. 652, Misc. WHITING v. Sacks, WARDEN; and

No. 692, Misc. DUKE v. ELLIS, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS. Motions for leave to file petitions for writs of habeas corpus denied. Treating the papers submitted as petitions for writs of certiorari, certiorari is denied. Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General of Florida, and Reeves Bowen, Assistant Attorney General, for respondent in No. 581, Misc. Reported below: 115 So. 2d 545.

No. 823, Misc. RITTER, CHIEF JUDGE, U. S. DISTRICT COURT, V. MURRAH, CHIEF JUDGE, ET AL., CONSTITUTING THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL OF THE TENTH CIRCUIT OF THE UNITED STATES. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of certiorari or alternatively for a writ of mandamus denied. Frederick Bernays Wiener, Norman M. Littell, Dennis McCarthy and Charles J. Alexander for petitioner. Solicitor General Rankin, Assistant Attorney General Morton, Roger P. Marquis and Harold S. Harrison for respondents. Reported below: 273 F. 2d 30.

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No. 542, Misc. BLACK v. UNITED STATES ET AL.;

No. 586, Misc. McDANIEL v. USTED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO ET AL.;

No. 637, Misc. McDANIEL v. CALIFORNIA ADULT AuTHORITY ET AL.; and

No. 648, Misc. IN RE WILSON. Motions for leave to file petitions for writs of mandamus denied. Stanley Mosk, Attorney General of California, and Doris H. Maier, Deputy Attorney General, for the Controller of the State of California, respondent in No. 648, Misc.

Certiorari Granted. (See also No. 760, ante, p. 401, and

No. 504, Misc., ante, p. 402.) No. 757. UNITED STATES V. VIRGINIA ELECTRIC & POWER Co. C. A. 4th Cir. Certiorari granted. Solicitor General Rankin, Assistant Attorney General Morton, Roger P. Marquis and Harold S. Harrison for the United States. George D. Gibson, Ralph H. Ferrell, Jr. and Francis V. Lowden, Jr. for respondent. Reported below: 270 F. 2d 707.

No. 758. EASTERN RAILROAD PRESIDENTS CONFERENCE ET AL. v. NOERR MOTOR FREIGHT, INC., ET AL. C. A. 3d Cir. Certiorari granted. C. Brewster Rhoads, Philip Price, Hugh B. Cox, Cornelius C. O'Brien, Jr., Arthur Littleton, Henry S. Drinker, Charles J. Biddle, Harry E. Sprogell, Lewis M. Stevens, T. W. Pomeroy, Jr., Paul Maloney, Carl E. Glock, R. Sturgis Ingersoll and Powell Pierpoint for petitioners. Aaron M. Fine and Harold E. Kohn for respondents. Reported below: 273 F. 2d 218.

No. 729. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION V. McCLELLAN, TRUSTEE. C. A. 10th Cir. Certiorari granted. Solicitor General Rankin, Assistant Attorney General Doub and Morton Hollander for petitioner. John Q. Royce for respondent. Reported below: 272 F. 2d 143.

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No. 748. FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION v. TRANSCONTINENTAL Gas PIPE LINE CORP. ET AL.; and

No. 749. NATIONAL COAL ASSOCIATION ET AL. v. TRANSCONTINENTAL Gas PIPE LINE CORP. ET AL. Petitions for writs of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit granted. Cases consolidated and a total of two hours allotted for oral argument. The motion of the Southern California Gas Company et al. for leave to file brief, as amici curiae, in No. 748 is granted. Solicitor General Rankin, Assistant Attorney General Doub, Samuel D. Slade, Willard W. Gatchell, Howard S. Wahrenbrock, Robert L. Russell and David J. Bardin for petitioner in No. 748. Jerome J. McGrath, Robert M. Landis, Robert E. Lee Hall and Welly K. Hopkins for petitioners in No. 749. Richard J. Connor, John T. Miller, Jr., James B. Henderson and William N. Bonner, Jr. for Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corp., Seymour B. Quel and Francis I. Howley for the City of New York, and Randall J. LeBoeuf, Jr. for Consolidated Edison Co., respondents. Briefs of amici curiae, in support of the petition in No. 748, were filed by William M. Bennett for the State of California and the Public Utilities Commission of the State of California, and by T. J. Reynolds, Harry P. Letton, Jr., L. T. Rice, Henry F. Lippitt 2d, Milford Springer, Joseph R. Rensch and J. David Mann, Jr. for the Southern California Gas Co. et al. Reported below: 271 F. 2d 942.

No. 756. SYSTEM

SYSTEM FEDERATION No. 91, RAILWAY EMPLOYES' DEPARTMENT, AFL-CIO, ET AL. v. WRIGHT ET AL. C. A. 6th Cir. Certiorari granted. MR. JUSTICE STEWART took no part in the consideration or decision of this application. Robert E. Hogan and Richard R. Lyman for petitioners. John P. Sandidge, H. G. Breetz, W. L. Grubbs and Joseph L. Lenihan for respondent

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