AMERICAN LEGION POST NO. 51 v. PENNSYLVANIA, 363 U.S. 720 (1960)

U.S. Supreme Court

AMERICAN LEGION POST NO. 51 v. PENNSYLVANIA, 363 U.S. 720 (1960)

363 U.S. 720

AMERICAN LEGION POST NO. 51 v. PENNSYLVANIA.
APPEAL FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA.
No. 881.
Decided June 20, 1960.

Appeal dismissed for want of a properly presented substantial federal question.

Reported below: 397 Pa. 430, 156 A. 2d 107.

Anthony Cavalcante for appellant.

Anne X. Alpern, Attorney General of Pennsylvania, and Frank P. Lawley, Jr., Deputy Attorney General, for appellee.

PER CURIAM.

The motion to dismiss is granted and the appeal is dismissed for want of a properly presented substantial federal question.

Page 363 U.S. 720, 721




U.S. Supreme Court

AMERICAN LEGION POST NO. 51 v. PENNSYLVANIA, 363 U.S. 720 (1960)

363 U.S. 720

AMERICAN LEGION POST NO. 51 v. PENNSYLVANIA.
APPEAL FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA.
No. 881.
Decided June 20, 1960.

Appeal dismissed for want of a properly presented substantial federal question.

Reported below: 397 Pa. 430, 156 A. 2d 107.

Anthony Cavalcante for appellant.

Anne X. Alpern, Attorney General of Pennsylvania, and Frank P. Lawley, Jr., Deputy Attorney General, for appellee.

PER CURIAM.

The motion to dismiss is granted and the appeal is dismissed for want of a properly presented substantial federal question.

Page 363 U.S. 720, 721

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