Heisey v. County of Alameda, 352 U.S. 921 (appeal dismissed for want of substantial federal question)

77 S.Ct. 224

Supreme Court of the United States

Paul W. HEISEY, appellant,

v.

COUNTY OF ALAMEDA et al.

No. 473. | December 3, 1956

Appeal from the Supreme Court of California.

 

Facts and opinion, Lundberg v. County of Alameda, 46 Cal.2d 644, 298 P.2d 1.

 

Attorneys and Law Firms

Mr. Henry C. Clausen, for appellant.

Messrs. Edmund G. Brown, Atty. Gen. of California, Clarence A. Linn, Asst. Atty. Gen., and J. F. Coakley, for appellees Alameda County and others.

Mr. Andrew F. Burke, for appellee Roman Catholic Welfare Corporation of San Francisco.

Opinion

PER CURIAM.

 

The appeal is dismissed for want of a substantial federal question

Mr. Justice BLACK and Mr. Justice FRANKFURTER dissent.

The CHIEF JUSTICE took no part in the consideration or decision of this case.

All Citations

352 U.S. 921, 77 S.Ct. 224, 1 L.Ed.2d 157

 

 

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