KIDD v. F. C. C.

No. 16286.

302 F.2d 873 (1962)

Kay Kelso KIDD d/b/a Radio Dispatch Engineering Co., Appellant, v. FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION, Appellee, Thomas R. Poor, d/b/a Kern Radio Dispatch, Intervenor.

United States Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit.

Decided February 1, 1962.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Mr. Jeremiah Courtney, Washington, D. C., with whom Mr. Arthur Blooston, Washington, D. C., was on the brief, for appellant.

Mr. Ernest O. Eisenberg, Counsel, Federal Communications Commission, for appellee. Messrs. Max D. Paglin, General Counsel, Federal Communications Commission, Daniel R. Ohlbaum, Asst. General Counsel, Federal Communications Commission, and Mrs. Ruth V. Reel, Counsel, Federal Communications Commission, were on the brief, for appellee.

Mr. Robert A. Woods, Washington, D. C., with whom Messrs. Norman E. Jorgensen and Louis Schwartz, Washington, D. C., were on the brief, for intervenor.

Before Mr. Justice BURTON retired, and WASHINGTON and DANAHER, Circuit Judges.


The Federal Communications Commission denied appellant's protest against the application of intervenor Thomas R. Poor for a construction permit for a new two-way common carrier radio station at Taft, California. The Commission also granted intervenor's application and denied appellant's petition for reconsideration and rehearing. This appeal followed, under Section 402(b) (6) of the Communications Act of 1934...

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