Samuel DINERMAN, Appellant, v. BOWLEY TRAVERS, INC., Appellee.

No. 117, Docket 27724.United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit.Argued November 15, 1962.
Decided November 15, 1962.

Irving P. Dinerman, New York City (Dinerman Klatzke, New York City, on the brief), for appellant.

Charles Sutton, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Bonom Wolfson, Brooklyn, N Y, on the brief), for appellee.

Before LUMBARD, Chief Judge, and SWAN and WATERMAN, Circuit Judges.


We affirm in open court the order of the district court which directed the Lincoln Savings Bank to pay to the appellee the sum of $816.65 which it holds on deposit in the name of the appellant, in satisfaction of a judgment against him. The judgment, representing costs and disbursements, arose out of the previous appeal to this court which was determined adversely to the appellant in Dinerman v. Bowley Travers, Inc., 301 F.2d 464
(2 Cir., 1962).

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