345 F2d 797 Mitchell v. P Parham

345 F.2d 797

Gordon H. MITCHELL, Plaintiff-Appellant,
Roy P. PARHAM and Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Control Board,

No. 8175.

United States Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit.

May 28, 1965.

Odes J. Harwood, Midwest City, Okl., for plaintiff-appellant.

Burck Bailey, Asst. Atty. Gen., of Oklahoma, for defendants-appellees.

Before MURRAH, Chief Judge, and PHILLIPS and BREITENSTEIN, Circuit judges.


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The appeal is dismissed because of the lack of an appealable order. See Midwestern Developments, Inc. v. City of Tulsa, 10 Cir., 319 F.2d 53; and Crutcher v. Joyce, 10 Cir., 134 F.2d 809, 813, 814.


On remand, if the plaintiff desires to amend his pleadings, he must do so within 10 days of the date of remand. If he fails to amend, the court should promptly enter a final order dismissing the action.