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Dismisses One Divorce Proceeding Four Others Filed in Berks Court Upholding the report of a master, , Judge Shanaman in a brief opinion yesterday " dismissed divorce proceedings proceedings of Frederick W. Mosteller against Clara Mosteller. Four other divorce actions were filed, while in a fifth proceeding a wife asked counsel fees to prepare a defense. Mosteller charged his wife with desertion because she refused to" leave the home of her parents and go to housekeeping with him. "From the time he left her, he has never offered to set up a home for her," says the opinion. "As soon as he left, it became his wife's duty to follow him, if he provided a home, but it was not her duty to follow him to no home." New suits filed were: ' Lucy H. Shade, Luzerne street, against George F. Shade, West Greenwich street, desertion. Married Married on June 16, 1923, and separated in May, 1928. Paul D. Edelman, attorney. Grace Mary Eckert Fritz, West Wyomissing, against Albert G. Fritz, West Lawn, indignities. Marred Marred on Aprl 22, 1933, and separated in November, 1935. Paul D. Edelman, Edelman, attorney. Margaret Louisa Siegfried, Peach street, against William Howard Siegfried, Monterey, Cal., desertion. desertion. Married on June 20, 1917, and separated on June 3, 1922. Body, Muth & Rhoda, attorneys. Elmer D. Ang.stadt, North Ninth street, against Esther M. Angstadt, Bern township, desertion. Married on January 1, 1925, and separated on December 27, 1929. Body, Muth & Rhoda, attorneys. Clara E. Pergola filed the petition petition asking for counsel fees to contest an action brought by her husband, John D. Pergola. Her petition says the husband earns $300 monthly as the manager of a used car department of a local automobile concern. On motion of Allan K.'Grim of Stevens & Lee, Judge Schaeffer granted an order on the husband. CHICKEN POX MOST PREVALENT Chicken pox was more prevalent in Reading during the first six months of 1933 than any other communicable communicable disease, the semi - annual report of City Health Inspector Bertha Tyson Weidner to Councilman Councilman Howard McDonough, director of public safety, showed yesterday. One hundred ninety - six homes were placarded for chicken pox during during the January - June period this year, Mrs. Weidner's report showed! Whooping cough was a poor runner - up, with 24 homes placarded. Three cases of cerebro - spinal meningitis were placarded by Mrs. Weidner, 21 cases of measles, and 16 of scarlet fever. She tagged only one home in which there was diphtheria. Mrs. Weidner's report will be incorporated incorporated with thosi of other health officers in the complete semiannual semiannual report of health inspectors. Standing of Crews Engineers: Patterson, Zechman, Bingaman, Blanchard, Kientzle, Yarnell, Dauber, Reed. Firemen: Lease, Peplau, Andrisch, Maurer, Wanner, Kauffman, Phil - Hps, Johnston, Bender, Baer, Davis, Wise, Stout. Brakemen: Herbster, Sphenson, Alderman, Yarnell, Brya Thomp son, Graul, Conroy. McAllister, Kef - fer, Buckwalter. Nickle. - Conductors: Dankel, Tobias, Pen - nabecker.

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  1. Reading Times,
  2. 04 Aug 1936, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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