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necessity found to require operation by applicant as a motor vehicle, in interstate or foreign commerce, of
with exceptions, between certain points in Ohio, over
REPORT OF THE COMMISSION
38, the following recommended report and a recome pended thereto, filed with us by joint board No. 117, 1 the parties. No exceptions to the order have been
having been stayed or postponed by us, it has become ur order.
ORDER RECOMMENDED BY JOINT BOARD NO. 117, COMPOSED OF
NOEL F. GEORGE OF OHIO
lication filed April 30, 1938, R. B. Evans, of Van Wert, ng business as Evans Motor Freight, seeks authority to s operation as a common carrier by motor vehicle, in interforeign commerce, of general commodities, with certain ex
between points in the State of Ohio as follows: Van Wert over U. S. Highway 30 to Delphos, thence over Ohio Highto Fort Jennings, thence over Ohio Highway 189 to Ottoville, thence S. Highway 224 and Ohio Highway 66 to Mandale, thence over Ohio 2y 114 to Cloverdale, thence over county road and Ohio Highway 66 to 90 via Dupont; thence over Ohio Highway 113 via Melrose to intersecith U. S. Highway 127 at Latty, thence over U. S. Highway 127 to interI with Ohio Highway 114, thence over Ohio Highway 114 to Roselms via 'er Hill, thence over county roads to intersection with U. S. Highway 224, 1 thence along U. S. Highway 224 to Van Wert, serving all intermediate ints. No protest against the granting of the application has been filed.
1 Commodities of unusual value, high explosives, commodities in bulk, commodities re quiring special equipment, commodities injurious or contaminating to other lading, and oncrated household or office furnishings.
The examiner finds that applicant is fit, wi to perform the proposed service and to cor of the act and the requirements, rules, and mission thereunder; that operation by applic S by motor vehicle, in interstate or foreign co tables, from points in Williams County, Indianapolis, South Bend, Kokomo, and Peoria, Joliet, and Clearing, Ill., and Deti Jackson, Flint, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and Coldwater, Mich., and of empty tin and Clearing, Ill., to points in Williams C routes, will be consistent with the public i declared in section 202 (a) of the act; an mit should be issued upon compliance by ments established in Contracts of Contrac.
It is recommended that the appended o
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sana Tretzels to distributors employed by the De as now seenred distributors in Delaware and : Sant application is filed for authority to extend
E n osed s specialized in that satisfactory transporta1 ES i andling, equal distribution of the load, and he -B Thin the truck. The spring suspensions and the ex - Secres 12e renicles are specially built to insure transpor2 - 3 semais rith a minimum of breskage Empty conDER E R o be sm TIS
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9 M. C. c.
No. MC-61599 (SUB-No. 13)
OPERATIONS-CHERAW-LANCASTER, S. C.
Decided August 11, 1938
1. Public convenience and necessity found to require operation by applicant
as a common carrier by motor vehicle, of passengers and their baggage, and of express, mail, and newspapers in the same vehicle with passengers, in interstate or foreign commerce, between Cheraw and Lancaster,
S. C., over a specified route. Certificate granted. 2. Applicant authorized to conduct special or charter operations from territory
served by the proposed route to any place within the United States. K. J. Kindley for applicant.
REPORT OF THE COMMISSION DIVISION 5, COMMISSIONERS AITCHISON, SPLAWN, AND ROGERS BY DIVISION 5:
On July 22, 1938, the following recommended report and a recommended order appended thereto, filed with us by joint board No. 177, were served on the parties. No exceptions to the order have been filed, and, not having been stayed or postponed by us, it has become effective as our order. REPORT AND ORDER RECOMMENDED BY JOINT BOARD NO. 177, COMPOSED OF
JOHN C. CONEY OF SOUTH CAROLINA By application filed March 17, 1938, the Queen City Coach Company, a corporation of Charlotte, N. C., seeks a certificate of public convenience and necessity to extend its present operations, authorizing operation in interstate or foreign commerce, as a common carrier by motor vehicle, of passengers and their baggage, and of express, mail, and newspapers in the same vehicle with passengers, between Cheraw and Lancaster, S. C., over South Carolina Highway 9, serving all intermediate points. No protests against the granting of the application have been filed.
It appearing, upon investigation of the matters involved in the application, that no hearing in respect thereof might be necessary, the application was referred to joint board No. 177 for appropriate
1 Applicant's application for a certificate under the "grandfather" clause of section 206 (a) of the Motor Carrier Act, 1935, is receiving the Commission's consideration in another proceeding.