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141 C. Cls.

No. 48637. MARCH 5, 1958

David F. Samples, et al.

Overtime pay, Alaska Railroad. The judgment entered in favor of plaintiff Harold L. Madden on October 9 1957, in the amount of $1,798.01 (140 C. Cls. 574), was withdrawn and vacated and his petition dismissed.

No. 178–55. MARCH 5, 1958

Illinois Central Railroad Company.

Transportation of freight. On a stipulation by the parties agreeing to settlement and consenting to judgment, it was ordered that judgment for the plaintiff be entered for $71,515.94.

No. 230-55. MARCH 5, 1958

Blackburn Products, Incorporated, a corporation.

Contract. On a stipulation by the parties agreeing to settlement and consenting to judgment, it was ordered that judgment for the plaintiff be entered for $10,750.

No. 183–57. MARCH 5, 1958

Trenton Sportswear, Inc.

Contract. On a stipulation by the parties agreeing to settlement and consenting to judgment, it was ordered that judgment for the plaintiff be entered for $2,785.16, and that. defendant's counterclaim be dismissed.

No. 105–57. MARCH 5, 1958

The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company.

Transportation charges. On a memorandum report of the commissioner stating that the parties at a pretrial conference had reached agreement on the basis of the decision in

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The Western Pacific Railroad Company v. United States, 137 C. Cls. 394, it was ordered that judgment for the plaintiff be entered for $5,059.41, and that defendant's counterclaim be dismissed.

No. 435–57. MARCH 12, 1958

F. H. Martell Co., Inc.

Contract. On defendant's motion and on the basis of the decision in Ramsey v. United States, 121 C. Cls. 426, it was ordered that plaintiff's petition be dismissed.

REPORT OF DECISIONS

OF

THE SUPREME COURT

IN COURT OF CLAIMS CASES

THE UNITED STATES, PETITIONER, v.

THOMAS L. SUTER

[No. 270-54]

(139 C. Cls. 466; 355 U. S. 926) Pay and allowances; retired Army pay. Plaintiff entitled to recover.

Defendant's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court January 20, 1958.

HARRY PAISNER AND SAMUEL PAISNER, CO

PARTNERS, DOING BUSINESS UNDER THE FIRM NAME AND STYLE OF QUALITY MANUFACTURING CO., PETITIONERS, v. THE UNITED STATES

[No. 556-53]

(138 C. Cls. 420; 355 U. S. 941) Contract; Walsh-Healey Act. Plaintiffs entitled to recover in part.

Plaintiffs' petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court February 3, 1958.

LEON O. MANZANILLO, PETITIONER, V.

THE UNITED STATES

(No. 49386]

(137 C. Cls. 927; 355 U. S. 809, 951] Jurisdiction; claims from Philippines. Petition dismissed on authority of Logronio v. United States, 132 C. Cls. 596.

141 C. Cls.

Plaintiff's petition for writ of certiorari was granted by the Supreme Court October 14, 1957, but the writ was subsequently dismissed on March 3, 1958, for failure to comply with paragraph 1 of Rule 36 of the Rules of the Supreme Court.

BOLINDERS COMPANY, INC., PETITIONER, v.

THE UNITED STATES

(No. 65-56)

(139 C. Cls. 677 ; 355 U. S. 953)

Contract; First War Powers Act. Petition dismissed.

Plaintiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court March 3, 1958.

MANUEL RODRIGUEZ TRADING CORPORATION
AND MANUEL RODRIGUEZ, PETITIONERS, v.
THE UNITED
UNITED STATES, and THE

THE UNITED STATES, PETITIONER, v. MANUEL RODRIGUEZ TRADING CORPORATION AND MANUEL RODRIGUEZ

(No. 50197]

(139 C. Cls. 564; 356 U. S. 902] Contract; petition dismissed; judgment for defendant on counterclaim.

Plaintiffs' and defendant's petitions for writs of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court March 10, 1958.

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