December 5, 1935.
Appeal from Twenty-Fifth Judicial District Court, Parish of St. Bernard; Claude Meraux, Judge.
J. Bernard Cocke and Bertrand I. Cahn, both of New Orleans, for appellants.
Lawrence W. Bergeron and John R. Perez, both of New Orleans, for appellee.
It is conceded by counsel that the issues presented here cannot be distinguished from those which confronted the Supreme Court in the matter entitled Paul Adolph Brown v. Democratic Parish Committee of St. Bernard Parish et al., 165 So. 167, and in various other cases decided by the Supreme Court in the same opinion and decree rendered in the Brown Case on December 3, 1935.
For the reasons assigned by the Supreme Court in that case, it is ordered, adjudged, and decreed that the judgment appealed from be affirmed.