United Railroad Operating Crafts, a Railroad Labororganization National in Scope, and John J. Gallagher, Jr.,howard T. Hunt, Clifford W. Carlson and Robert T. Owens,individually and on Behalf of All Members of the Plaintiffrailway Organization As a Class Who Are Too Numerous to Bemade Parties Plaintiffs, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. William Wyer, As Trustee of the Long Island Railroadcompany, a Corporation, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemenand Enginemen and Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers,defendants-appellees, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen,intervenor-appellee.united Railroad Operating Crafts, a Railroad Labororganization, National in Scope, and Robert M. Harkinson Andarthur T. Beswick, Individually and on Behalf of All Membersof the Plaintiff Railway Organization As a Class Who Are Toonumerous to Be Made Parties Plaintiffs, and Wilton A. Ryder,plaintiffs-appellants, v. New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, Acorporation, Defendant-appellee, Brotherhood Ofrailroad Trainmen, Intervenor-appellee, 205 F.2d 153 (2d Cir. 1953)Annotate this Case
Appeals from the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York; Edward A. Conger, Judge.
Maurice R. Whitebook, New York City, for plaintiffs-appellants United Railroad Operating Crafts et al.
Richard R. Bongartz, New York City, William F. McNulty and William J. O'Brien, New York City, of counsel, for defendant-appellee, William Wyer, as trustee of Long Island R. Co.
Polier & Midonick,- Shad Polier, Millard L. Midonick and David Bromberg, New York City, Clifford D. O'Brien and Ruth Weyand, Chicago, Ill., and Harold C. Heiss, and Russell B. Day, Cleveland, Ohio, of counsel, for defendants-appellees Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen and for Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.
Bernard L. Alderman, New York City, for intervenor-appellee, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.
Edward R. Brumley, New York City, for defendant-appellee, New York, N.H. & N.R. Co.
Before AUGUSTUS N. HAND, CHASE and CLARK, Circuit Judges.
The orders are affirmed on the opinion of the District Court in United Railroad Operating Crafts v. Wyer, Trustee, 115 F. Supp. - .