NATIONAL ASS'N, ADVANCE., COLORED PEOPLE v. WEBB'S CITY

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United States Supreme Court

NATIONAL ASS'N, ADVANCE., COLORED PEOPLE v. WEBB'S CITY, (1964)

No. 362

Argued:     Decided: February 17, 1964

Motion to advance denied; judgment vacated; and cause remanded.

Reported below: 152 So.2d 179.

Robert L. Carter, Fred G. Minnis and Richard Feder for petitioners.

D. M. Patrick for respondent.

PER CURIAM.

Petitioners' motion to advance is denied. On respondent's suggestion of mootness, the judgment of the District Court of Appeals of Florida, Second District, is vacated and the cause remanded to that court for appropriate proceedings to effectuate respondent's representation that the injunction below will be set aside, without prejudice to the right of petitioner to move to vacate today's order in the event the injunction is not promptly vacated by the trial court. [376 U.S. 190, 191]  

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