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146 C. Cls.
No. 359-58. JUNE 19, 1959 Jacob Alpar.
Tort claim. Plaintiff, a former civilian employee of the Air Intelligence Service Wing of the Air Force serving in Germany and subsequently retired for disability, sues to recover damages for alleged torts committed by the United States officials for breach of an implied fiduciary obligation on the part of his employers, and for the alleged appropriation of his unpublished essays, compositions and statements. Upon consideration of plaintiff's and defendant's motions for summary judgment, together with the respective responses, and oral argument by the parties, it was ordered on June 19, 1959, that plaintiff's motion be and the same is denied, defendant's motion is granted, and plaintiff's petition is dismissed on the ground that it fails to state a cause of action within the jurisdiction of this court. Plaintiff's motion for rehearing was overruled October 7, 1959.
REPORT OF DECISIONS
THE SUPREME COURT
IN COURT OF CLAIMS CASES
NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES, INC., PETI
TIONER, V. THE UNITED STATES
Plaintiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court June 1, 1959.
JOHN M. KEARNEY, PETITIONER, v. THE UNITED
(140 C. Cls. 523; 360 U.S. 916) Plaintiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court June 22, 1959.
McCORMICK AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED,
PETITIONER, v. THE UNITED STATES
Plaintiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court June 22, 1959.
A. CRAWFORD GREENE, ET AL., PETITIONERS,
V. THE UNITED STATES
No. 539 53
(145 C. Cls. 259; 360 U.S. 933) Plaintiffs' petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court June 29, 1959.
ACTIVE DUTY PAY. See Military Pay.
ZATION ACT OF 1948. See Military Pay.
tary Pay; Public Office.
Federal Government's right to contract.
146 O. CLs.
Published tarif usually applicable.
way Express, 594.
Highway Express, 594.
Failure to exhaust.
propriety of his dismissal. Monday, 6.
Widow's survivor annuity.
prior to the applicant's death. Sonnabend, 622.