No. 455.

150 S.E.2d 786 (1966)

268 N.C. 388


Supreme Court of North Carolina.

November 2, 1966.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Booe, Mitchell & Goodson, by William S. Mitchell, Winston-Salem, for plaintiff appellee.

Block, Meyland & Lloyd, by A. L. Meyland and Henry H. Isaacson, Greensboro, for defendant appellant.

SHARP, Justice.

The testimony of Mr. Harvel, plaintiff's president and manager, that defendant told him he had a monthly income of $32,500.00, and was well able to pay for the furniture he had ordered, was admitted over defendant's objection and exception. He assigns its admission as error, contending that Harvel's testimony, together with the cross-examination which resulted from defendant's contradiction of it, presented him to the jury as a rich man, able to indulge...

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