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 - Drunkard AsserlsJIe Cured I Self by Running...
Drunkard AsserlsJIe Cured I Self by Running City Bar (Staff Correspondent) LONG BRANCH Adjudged vagrant and drunkard. Russell Whitehead. 20fi Main street. Ashurv Paik. took over the management of an Ashurv Park liquor estab- estab- lishment to train himself to resist temptation, he told Vice Chancelor M.i.ia Leon Berry here yesterday. The testimony was Riven on a peti- peti- tion bv Whitehead to be released from the guardianship of the court nnd allowed use of a $21,000 estate left him bv his father several years ago W hitehead had made a similar application to the court in April, 1943. but failed at that time lo eon- eon- vjnce the vice chancelor that he was cured The vice chancelor reserved decision on yesterday's application. Dr. Joseph G. Villipiano. Asbury Park, testified to the lengthy treat ment he had given Whitehead and gave his opinion that the man was now absolutely cured of his drunkenness and was capable of caring for his own affairs. White- White- head has been employed bv an Anbury Park department store for several months. Dr. Villipiano. despite the in- in- tense questioning of Milton Miller, Lakewood. attorney for Mrs. Flo- Flo- retire Fee Whitehead, who opposes the petition, held to his testimony that he had made tests over a period of time and found the man cured. He further testified to his long expert- expert- ence in such cases and held himself competent to judge the man's condi- condi- tion. Whitehead, on Dr. Villioianos (See DRUNKARD Page 3i ,

Clipped from Asbury Park Press17 Mar 1944, FriPage 1

Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey)17 Mar 1944, FriPage 1
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