Richard Andrew Wilson will
a ^ a Dr. Wilson’s Will Is Admitted To 1 Probate By Court Will of Dr. R. A. Wilson, former ! city health officer who shot himself In the city hall January 7, was ad: ad: mitted to probate by county judge E. B. McClintock Friday. In his will, wh'ch was signed November 1, 1927, while Dr. Wilson ; was iil at William Beaumont hos- j pita!, he left his I valued at £20,000 t ! Eron Wilson. Two ch ldrcn b riage, O. D. Wilson and Mrs. Erma Wilson Le Marre, contested the will, claming that Dr. Wilson’s mind was a'fccted at the time that he signed j the will and charging that Mrs. Wil- j son exercised undue influence over him. A. J. Brieger and S. .1. Isaacks, who ' witnessed Dr. Wilson’s will, testified testified that he was of sound mind on j November 1. Maj. C. B. Haig, of the ! William Beaumont hosp!tal medical corps, testified that although Dr. Wilson was emotional, that be had J never seen him do or heard him say j anything that was not normal. He ! testified that Dr. Wilson seemed . normal when tfie will was signed. Judge McClintock ruled »that evidence evidence concerning Dr. Wilson’s ac- entire estate, bis widow, Mrs. a former mar- Woman Charges Her Grandchildren Abducted By Son Mrs. Andrea Gallegos of Las Cruces Friday filed habeas corpus proceedings in 65th district court against the Sacred Heart orphanage for the custody of her two grand- j daughters, Beatrice and Erminia Gallegos, age 13 and nine, respec- i tivcly. She charges that her s<m, Simon Gallegos, abducted the children frmri her home Jun. 1.0 and took them to the orphanage where they *‘are re| re| strained of their liberty and for all practical purposes imprisoned.” Judge Ballard Cold well set the case for 10 a. m. Monday. Mrs. Gallegos says that it is not necessary for her grandchildren to j be reared in an orphanage and that she has the right to their custody j because of her blood relationship to ] them. \ They '«ere attending the public schools in Las Cruces when the chil dren’s father, who was separated from his wife, “abducted” them, she says. Her son died in March, Mrs Gallegos says. ; t;ons after the day that the will was sign'd was not admissible. Attorneys for O. Ü. Wilson and Mrs. Le Marre gave notice of appeal 1 to the district court.