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Fourteen SUGGESTS CODRT MAKE PRE - NUPTIAL SUPPORTORDERS Would Eliminate Hearings Later, Attorney Believes; Too Many Fried Eggs Suggestion that It would be highly highly desirable for the courts to have the power to fix the sums to be given by husbands to wives for household expenses before marriage, so as to prevent domestic relations hearings later, was made by Attorney Attorney Paul H. Price in non - support and desertion court on Saturday. Too many fried eggs formed the basis of complaint lodged by Arthur H. Biehl, when his wife's petition for support on a temporary order of $2o a week came up for final disposition. The - defendant alleged that he was not properly fed. His wife said that her husband had a large income, but did not treat 'jier or the children properly. Judge Bertolet continued the case to permit the parties to got together. Cases disposed of were as followsj Sarah Rachman vs. Arthur W. fiachinan, support for self and; daughter. Held under advisement, j Mrs. Joseph Wetowski vs. Joseph . Wetowski, $10 a week. 1 Edna Sellar against Everett Sel - lar. $5 a 'week, temporary, for wife, j increased to $10 and made perma - nent. Helen Hahn against Clarence ft. Hahn. $12 for wife and two children, reduced to $10.