273 F2d 954 Two Guys from Harrison-Allentown Inc v. A McGinley
273 F.2d 954
TWO GUYS FROM HARRISON-ALLENTOWN, INC., Appellant
Paul A. McGINLEY, District Attorney, County of Lehigh, Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Retailers' Association, Amicus Curiae.
United States Court of Appeals Third Circuit.
Heard Dec. 9, 1959.
Decided Dec. 23, 1959.
Harold E. Kohn, Philadelphia, Pa., for appellant.
Harry J. Rubin, Deputy Atty. Gen., for Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
W. James MacIntosh, Philadelphia, Pa., for amicus curiae.
Before GOODRICH and STALEY, Circuit Judges.
The plaintiffs in this case have taken the position that they may appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States from an adverse decision by a three-judge court on the issue of the constitutionality of the statute and simultaneously appeal to the Court of Appeals on the issue of discriminatory enforcement of the statute. We think there is no basis for the allowance of a split appeal in this fashion. Therefore, we dismiss the appeal to this Court for want of jurisdiction. See 28 U.S.C.A. 1253, 1291.