Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
L. Vernon Miller, Baltimore, Md., David H. Rosenbluth, Philadelphia, Pa., and Piper & Marbury, Baltimore, Md., for Wilson Lines, Inc.
L. Vernon Miller, Baltimore, Md., Gilbert W. Oswald, Philadelphia, Pa., and Piper & Marbury, Baltimore, Md., for ABC Vending Corporation.
Joseph I. Huesman and Lerch & Huesman, Baltimore, Md., for Port Welcome Cruises, Inc.
John J. O'Connor, Jr., and Peter J. Ladzinski, Baltimore, Md., for Jackson and Warner.
Francis B. Burch, City Sol., George W. Baker, Jr., Deputy City Sol., and James B. Murphy, Asst. City Sol., for Mayor and City Council of Baltimore.
Solomon B. Levin, Baltimore, Md., for Humble Oil & Refining Co.
Harry Singerman, Baltimore, Md., for Meadowgold Ice Cream Co.
Sanford A. Harris, and Sagner, Stevan & Harris, Baltimore, Md., for Sealtest Foods Division of National Dairy Products Corporation.
Marvin C. Wahl, Baltimore, Md., for James McConnell, trading as McConnell Fuel Oil Co.
Marvin C. Wahl, Baltimore, Md., for Carmen Santonello, trading as Santel Linen Service.
United States District Court D. Maryland.
WINTER, District Judge.
Nos. 4361 and 4364 are libels to foreclose ship mortgages on the S. S. "BAY BELLE" and S. S. "JOHN A. MESECK," respectively. The mortgages are alleged to be "preferred mortgages" pursuant to the provisions of the Ship Mortgage Act of 1920, 46 U.S.C.A. § 911 et seq. Nos. 4351 and 4357 are libels in rem against the S. S. "BAY BELLE" and S. S. "JOHN A. MESECK," respectively, by alleged maritime lienors to foreclose their respective items...
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