251 F2d 845 Cargill v. The Frank a Lowery a the Ellen S Bouchard the Motor Tug Ellen S Bouchard
251 F.2d 845
CARGILL, Inc., Libelant-Appellee,
THE Tug FRANK A. LOWERY and Frank A. Lowery, Claimant-Respondents,
THE Tug ELLEN S. BOUCHARD, THE MOTOR TUG ELLEN S. BOUCHARD, Inc., and Bouchard Transportation Co., Inc., Claimant-Respondents-Appellants, and
Inland Survey Bureau, Inc., Respondent-Impleaded-Appellee.
United States Court of Appeals Second Circuit.
Argued January 13, 1958.
Decided February 6, 1958.
Appeal from an order of the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York awarding damages to libelant for the total loss of cargo on the barges Marion O'Neil and Mae Lowery. James T. Foley, Judge. Opinion below not reported. Affirmed.
Atkins & Weymar, New York City (Horace T. Atkins, New York City, of counsel), for libelant-appellee.
Krisel, Beck & Taylor, New York City (Roman Beck, New York City, of counsel), and James F. Dalton, Albany, N. Y., for claimant-respondents-appellants.
Before MEDINA and MOORE, Circuit Judges, and GALSTON, District Judge.
Affirmed on Judge Foley's opinion, filed June 4, 1957.