Clipped From The New York Times
To Get $150 a Month Whll 8ultfor Separation I Pending. John A. Scholoa of Mount" Vernon, N. Y.. who is the defendant in a suit for separation brought by hla wife, Dorothy H. Petioles of 167 Clinton Avenue. Brooklyn, must pay her $150 a month alimony and $250 counsel fees, pending the trial nf the action, accora-Ing to a decision given yesterday by Supreme Court Justice Maddox. In her complaint Mrs. Scholes specifies several acts of cruelty and inhuman treatment,- on which she bases her suit against her husband.- He Is worth more than 000,000. his wife says, and has an Income of SlO.ono a year. He has retired from business, according to the paper tn the complaint. Mr. : and Mrs. Scholes were married in November, 1K0S. and lived at Mount Vernon until June 22 last. when. Mrs. Scholes said, she was compelled to leave her husband on account of his treatment, and went to live with her mother In Brooklyn They have four children. The particular act of alleged cruelty at which Mrs. Scholes said she felt most aggrieved waa a threat she said her husband made when he said: " I'D fix you as Becker fixed Rosenthal: I'll get a gunman for $50 and fix the defense downtown. Scholes in hi answer to hi wofe's complaint, denied ,all her charges. He vald that the cause of their family differences was money matters " Mrs. Scholes has no idea of the value of money." he said. " She insists on having two maids, where only one 1 required."