Before SCHNACKENBERG, HASTINGS and PARKINSON, Circuit Judges.
SCHNACKENBERG, Circuit Judge.
This action was brought by Beacon Federal Savings and Loan Association, herein called Beacon, to review orders of Federal Home Loan Bank Board, herein called the Board, appointing a supervisory agent for Beacon and to test the constitutionality of those orders. Beacon based its action on certain provisions of the Home Owners' Loan Act of 1933 as amended (12 U.S.C.A. § 1464(d)(2)) and § 10 of the Administrative Procedure Act (5 U.S.C.A. § 1009). Each party made a motion for summary judgment. That of Beacon was denied; that of the Board was granted.*fn1
On June 9, 1958, the court signed its "Order for Judgment", which was entered in the civil docket on the same day. The Order foq Judgment provided:
"* * * the Court, on the 28th day of May, 1958, having filed its opinion in this cause directing that an order for judgment be entered dismissing the action on its merits, it is
"Ordered, pursuant to said opinion, that plaintiff's cross-motion for summary judgment be and the same is hereby denied, and it is further
"Ordered, that defendant's motion for summary judgment dismissing the within action on its merits be and the same hereby is granted and that judgment be entered accordingly together with such costs as the defendant may be entitled to receive of the plaintiff."
On July 10, 1958, Beacon filed in the district court a motion, supported by petition, for the allowance of attorneys' fees and disbursements as prayed for in said petition. On August 28, 1958, that court filed its opinion saying inter alia :
"The court is not convinced that it has power to grant the prayer of the petition. However, even if the court has that power, it does not feel that this is a proper case for the court to exercise it. There is no fund being administered by the court, and the services of the attorneys did not enhance the funds of the association or preserve or protect such funds. It is only in an exceptional case where attorney fees should be ordered by the court to the unsuccessful litigant.
"Plaintiff's petition is hereby denied without prejudice to the right of the plaintiff or the attorneys in question to make such a claim and take such action as they believe they are entitled to against anyone that they believe indebted to them on account of attorney fees and disbursements."
On September 3, 1958, the clerk of the court entered an order, as follows:
The Court having heretofore, on the 9th day of June, 1958, entered its order in accordance with the opinion filed on the 28th day of May, 1958, directing that ...