UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE THIRD CIRCUIT
decided: June 6, 1967.
STEIN'S, STEIN'S MFG. CO., AND LOU STEIN, P.C., APPELLANTS,
ARLTON PILLING, POSTMASTER, WOODBURY, NEW JERSEY
McLaughlin, Kalodner and Freedman, Circuit Judges.
Author: Per Curiam
Opinion OF THE COURT
In the instant case plaintiff appellants sought injunctive relief below against the enforcement of a United States Post Office Department Order, intercepting plaintiffs' mail for fraudulent violation of Title 39 U.S.C.A. § 4005.
The District Court, after extensive hearing, entered an Order granting summary judgment in favor of the defendant-appellee Arlton Pilling, Postmaster at Woodbury, New Jersey, and dismissed the complaint with prejudice.
On review of the record we find no error. The Order of the District Court will be affirmed for the reasons so well stated by Judge Cohen in his opinion reported at 256 F. Supp. 238 (D.C.N.J. 1966).
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