Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Mr. Jacob M. Goldberg argued the cause for the appellants (Mr. Vincent P. Torppey, attorney, Mr. Joseph A. Ward, on the brief).
Mr. Robert L. Hood argued the cause for the respondent Adams Newark Theatre Co.
Mr. Henry H. Rubenson argued the cause for the respondent I. Hirst Enterprises, Inc. (Mr. Leo J. Berg, attorney).
The Supreme Court of New Jersey.
The opinion of the court was delivered by WACHENFELD, J.
The respondents are the operators of a theater in the City of Newark and taxpayers in the municipality. They filed a complaint in lieu of prerogative writ wherein they sought to have a judicial determination of the legality of certain amendatory provisions of two ordinances adopted by the City of Newark on December 21, 1955, intended to become effective January 11, 1956. They contended the ordinances violated...
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