Local 890 of the International Union of Mine v. New Jersey Zinc Co., 57 N.M. 627, 261 P.2d 654 (1953)

Sept. 25, 1953 · Supreme Court of New Mexico · No. 5579
57 N.M. 627, 261 P.2d 654

261 P.2d 654

LOCAL 890 OF THE INTERNATIONAL UNION OF MINE, MILL AND SMELTER WORKERS, Its Officers, Agents and Members, and International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, Its Officers, Agents, and Employees, and Clinton E. Jencks, Cipriano Montoya, Ernest Velasquez, Vicente Becerra, Pablo Montoya, and Fred Barreras, Plaintiffs in Error, v. The NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY, a corporation, Defendant in Error.

No. 5579.

Supreme Court of New Mexico.

Sept. 25, 1953.

Hannett & Hannett, W. S. Lindamood, Albuquerque, for plaintiffs in error.

C. C. Royall, Sr., Hubert O. Robertson, J. R. Wrinkle, Silver City, amici curiae, for defendant in error.

SEYMOUR, Justice.

The writ of error for which application was filed in this Court on the 17th day of September, 1952 is granted.

Plaintiffs in error may supersede and stay execution of the judgment against them upon making and filing a good and sufficient bond with the Clerk of this Court, said bond to be in the amount of $5,000 if a joint and several bond, or bonds in the amount of $1,000 each if individual bonds be filed, said bond or bonds to be conditioned as provided by 1941 Comp. § 19-201(9) where recovery is for other than a fixed amount of money. It is so ordered.

SADLER, C J., and McGHEE, COMPTON and LUJAN, JJ'., concur.