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F Manning - His Endorsement On Note is Forged, Rinffering...
His Endorsement On Note is Forged, Rinffering States Defends Action of Bank Denies Knowledge of Document a 1 Alton by his attorney Francis Man- | ning of Wood River has filed a mo- j lion in City Court here asking that to city two that any in was In Presenting an affidavit that his purported signature as surety on a judgment note in amount of $350 is a forgery, Harry Ringej-ing of East j v ird'gmenr"entere"d"'a""ycar ago" "last January in favor of the First Trust and Savings Bank of Alton'against Eddie J. Guley and others be,. set aside. The motion was argued before as Judge Yager today by Manning and by W. P. Boynton, representing the bank, and, because of a nice point of law on procedure, it was agreed that the lawyers will submit briefs for study by the court before a decision is rendered. The question involved is whether Ringering more than a year alter Council the

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 08 Mar 1930, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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