Times News 23 June 1937
TESTIMONY &TAKEM IN STREETT DWORCE Decision Reserved By Court; fc Wife's Charges Against v, ? ;; Mate Are Denied. •<" Testimony In the divorce suit of iyme B. Streett against. John J. reet, salesman, was heard yesterday yesterday afternoon by Chief Judge D. Undley Sloan In the Circuit • Court. No" argument' was made. .Decision of the court was withheld pending transcript 'of the. testimony. , Mrs. Streett charged her-husband with drunkenness,, non-support, and cruelty. 'She said in her suit it-was necessery for her to turn.over her pay. check, to her husband each week, because Streett. had- : no job and th,at he .wasted his money gam- -WU*r-Sh«-*sld-c<MidUions at their home forced her to leave htm in May this year. They were married in 7934. . . .. , • The defendant denied his wife's charges. He contended his wife filed the dlvoice suit.at the instigation instigation of her family. His wife de- ciareu on the stand there was no hope for reconciliation, and .that her husband's conduct, .she. fears, Is detrimental to her position in the office of a local industry.- Thomas Lchr Richards. *a.v attorney attorney for the wife and John G; Miller, appeared for Street*. . This is Streett's second marriage.