Nos. 14862, 14863.

315 F.2d 575 (1963)

Max KRUMHOLZ and Emil Moosmann, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. James Beckham GOFF and Mary Lois Goff, Defendants-Appellants. Max KRUMHOLZ and Emil Moosmann, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. F. T. CANTRELL and Mary Cantrell et al., Defendants-Appellees.

United States Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit.

March 28, 1963.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Robert M. Coleman, Bowling Green, Ky., Coleman, Harlin & Orendorf, Bowling Green, Ky., Eugene H. Alvey, Louisville, Ky., on brief, for Max Krumholz and others.

Charles I. Dawson, Louisville, Ky., Earl S. Wilson, Louisville, Ky., on brief; Bullitt, Dawson & Tarrant, Louisville, Ky., of counsel for James Beckham Goff and others.

Joseph J. Leary, Frankfort, Ky., Robert M. Spragens, Lebanon, Ky., on brief; Smith, Reed & Leary, Frankfort, Ky., of counsel, for F. T. Cantrell and others.

Before CLIFFORD O'SULLIVAN, Circuit Judge, and ROBERT L. TAYLOR and RALPH M. FREEMAN, District Judges.

RALPH M. FREEMAN, District Judge.

These appeals (Nos. 14862 and 14863) are taken from judgments entered in two related diversity cases tried by the Court without a jury under a consent order of consolidation. The plaintiffs, Max Krumholz and Emil Moosmann, are appellees in No. 14862 and appellants in No. 14863. James Beckham Goff and Mary Lois Goff, his wife, are the defendants and appellants in No. 14862. Several individuals referred to throughout this litigation...

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