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johnradel - ' her name, together with his own. and draw....
' her name, together with his own. and draw. closed out. Edward J. Dempiey, as admlnistra-slderable admlnistra-slderable tor of Raders estate, which waa-ln-shape waa-ln-shape waa-ln-shape waa-ln-shape voived ,ued the bank and Mrs. Radel , , . toT PelOT of the money, claiming the in th nme of Fr,ta WM really Radel's. and the money be- be- Widow Wing Through Decision. 'A decision benefiting il nf John J. Radel. undertaker who died in 19H. was handed down yesterday by Common Pleas, JudgTward T niT. r..i--. r..i--. r..i--. r..i--. .v- .v- s t j , . Dixon. Dur ng the life of Radel. he made several deposits, totaling $2,J80. hi the Brighton Bank. In savings account In the name of his 'wife. Let- Let- the account, and was told It had been tie Radel. whi waa given the passbook. passbook. Arrangements were made, however, however, that the wife could draw money only when her checks were countersigned countersigned by her husband, but he could Shortly before his death Radel went to the bank and withdrew the entire account and then placed it In the fictitious fictitious name of John Fritz. However, he did not have the original book when he drew the account. After his death, Mrs. Radel sought - to secure longed to his estate. 'a counter claim to the money, and the case was tried before Judge Dixon, whose decision holds that under the state law governing savings banks, the bank had no right to pay out the account In the name of Mrs. Radel, Mrs. Radel filed without her pass-book pass-book pass-book and the moneys still belongs In the account of Mrs. Radel. and is her money. Judge Dixon dismissed the administrator's petition. and gave the widow Judgment for the amount of the deposit, Attorneys Dempsey and Nieberdlng represented the estate of Radel: At- At- torneys A. L. Tlschbeln and . H. Hurtig. the widow, and Attorneys Renner and Renner and Roy Manogue. the bank,

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 06 Mar 1920, Sat,
  3. Page 14

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