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Testimony To Start In Court Suit Testimony is expected to be- h o m e , i n today in supreme Court for Boyntonville at Re-'of a band. Renssclacr County in the trial of :a $35,000 personal i n j u r y woman and her hus- n R u e h l c r a n d hc[ . h u s b a n d A T h c litigants are Mrs. Maureen at- Buehler. of 93 Congress St., who are suing Louis A. Ger mano, 33 14th St., driver of the car, and John D. Gaynor, Hil u n i t i-'. j M j n v*. **** work. ! s l r e c t QWner Qf t h e c a c o n f e r - ; 1 ( 1 1 struck Mrs B u e h l c According lo lhe complaint » nan he lav. and Rev. Olivet and patrol owned 31, Mrs. Buehler was crossing Rive street, near Fulton street, whe the car driven by Germano back cd into the curb near Paul Restaurant. She suffered a broken righ leg and head injuries. Mr Buehler seeks $30,000 for her in juries and her husband has a derivative suit for $5,000. A jury was impaneled and opening statements were" made yesterday afternoon. James A. Brearton and John P. Taylor are the courtroom plaintiff's attorneys attorneys and Edward Bookstein and day, Jones Poestenkill. drive and! of Clayton^Bardwell appear for the defendants. Settled earlier was a $55,000 suit based on an accident in Petersburg. Plaintiffs in the case were Robert P. Jorgenscn, 19, of Berlin and his mother, Mrs. Martha Jorgensen, as guardian ad litem Thc defendants were Winifred H. Moses of Berlin and Robert Lewis of Petersburg. The ^he case Abased cm an dent July 18, 1953, in River road ty in the 765 occupied damage police from reported 1) to any requesting arm- in Petersburg, involving a southbound southbound car owned and operated by Moses, in which Jorgensen was a passenger, and a north bound car owned and operated by Lewis. The plaintiffs were represented by Harold J. Shannon, while Moses was represented by Thoms Thoms J. Delancy, and Lewis by harles J. Ranney. The sum of $50,000 was sought or Jorgensen's injuries and $5,00 $5,00 for medical expenses and oss of services. A m ount of L communism. lerhent was not disclosed, but vill be made known when the order approving the settlement s signed by Justice Roscoe V. Sis worth. The case had been delayed on .he military reserve calendar, because because Moses had been serving the Marine Corps until recently. a

Clipped from The Troy Record19 Feb 1957, TuePage 20

The Troy Record (Troy, New York)19 Feb 1957, TuePage 20
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