SALVADOR v. YORK ET AL

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District Court of Appeal, First District, Division 1, California.

SALVADOR v. YORK ET AL.

Civ. 7960.

Decided: March 12, 1934

Theodore Hale, Barry J. Colding, and Carroll B. Crawford, all of San Francisco, and B. P. Gibbs, of Los Angeles, for appellants. Henry Heidelberg, of San Francisco, for respondent.

The appeal herein to all intents and purposes has been abandoned. The transcript was filed on May 20, 1931, but thereafter no steps were taken in furtherance of the appeal. No briefs have been filed nor extensions of time applied for or granted; nor was any response made to the order heretofore issued to show cause why the appeal should not be dismissed. Therefore, under the authority granted by section 1 of rule V for the Supreme Court and the District Courts of Appeal, the appeal is dismissed.

PER CURIAM.