PUBLIC UTILITIES 'COMMISSION HOLD ALL-DAY HEARING Utah ana roai-o publtc utilities commission members concluded an all-day hearing here Tuesday in response to protest on tile from Malad, Preston and Franklin, groups, in regard to the expected discontinuance of Oregon Shortline trains Nos. 5b3 and 554 between Cache Junction, Utah, and Preston and Nos. 559 and 560 between Og den and Malad. Commission members of each state will conduct private hearings followed by Joint hearings. It is probable that the decision will not be handed down for near 30 days Until which time trains will run on their schedule. Indications growing from conferences con-ferences between H. L. McKinneU of Pocatello, chief clerk of the railway mail service, and the Preston Pres-ton postmaster strongly advocates, adequate service despite what derisions de-risions are forthcoming from the Utility groups. Whether the train service is continued or not, the mail service into Cache Valley and into the Brigham City-Malad area served by that line will be en-. en-. tlrely adequate they reported. George S. Ballif represented i Utah public service commission, I and M. Reese Hattlbaugh, chair-i chair-i man; R. H. Young and J. W. Cor-I Cor-I nell represented the Idaho body.