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Iseldyke v. Goldfarb

New Jersey Supreme Court


Decided: October 28, 1941.

LULU K. ISELDYKE AND ELSIE CARELL, PLAINTIFFS-RESPONDENTS,
v.
MINNIE GOLDFARB, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT

On appeal from the Fifth Judicial District Court of Bergen County.

For the appellant, William V. Breslin.

For the respondents, Winne & Banta (George Winne, of counsel).

Before Justices Parker, Donges and Colie.

[127 NJL Page 291]

PER CURIAM.

This appeal is from judgments in favor of plaintiffs, rendered by the District Court judge, sitting without a jury. The suit was to recover for damages to certain sewing machines that were owned by plaintiffs but were in the car driven by their bailee when it came into collision with the car driven by defendant. The collision took place at a rightangle street intersection during daytime. The District Court found as a fact that defendant's negligence was the sole and proximate cause of the action. Our examination of the evidence discloses ample evidence to support such a finding.

The judgments appealed from are affirmed, with costs.

19411028


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