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DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 193S ConQctitQ to HPivorcc WUasmdl A conditional divorce surrender (and what conditions!) was agreed upon yesterday cmm (T.nn.tf.iiJlm by Helen Flint August (shown here) By CARL WARREN. A torrent of demands for a tryout of The News-sponsored rat sex control tests on farm animals by the government or any other scientific agency poured in yesterday from livestock breeders and geneticists across the land. Z' I buccess 1 cuctci 1111111115 1 the sex ratio in two more rat and wealthy Harnion Spencer Auguste. Before leaving for Reno, the elderly clubman signed a settlement that will make Helen an heiress and a divorcee litters this week added to the urgency of pleas for cattle, hog and horse experiments. The Applied Kesearch Laboratories, Dayton, N.
J- now have 'WhoWearthe Womniein)- Couirih Okay Los Angeles, Nov. 18 (U.R). The case of "Women in Pants vs. the Municipal Court" was settled in favor of the obtained a desired preponderance of male or female offspring in uvent.fn successive rat litters Acid or alkaline douches are given just before mating Excitement Spreads. Skeptisicm among the agricul tural scientists dwindled and excite ment spread as news of the latest findings spread through the West.
Typical comments were: "A century of progress in twenty-five years." "The experiments should be pursued to the utmost." V- -s 1 "Continue the tests by all means." EidleirDy 'Dairlimg' Slhoveirs UpooT) Eeimo-boy nd Wolfe By GRACE ROBINSON. Mrs. Helen Flint Auguste, actress-wife of the wealthy clubman, Harmon Spencer Auguste, yesterday started for Reno in what, at first glance, resembled a retreat in their seven-month marital war. "It would be of inestimable value to the livestock and dairy in ftustry." "Millions of breeders will make use of it." Dairy Men Appeal. These and similar statements Actually it was a strategic sur came from the ablest animal husbandry men in the United States, render, because, before she left, her Oo-year-old mate entered his They included seasoned cattlemen, owners of dairy herds, agricultural college professors and eugenics ex- perimentaters.
Unlike a majority 1 of physicians, many of those familiar with progress in breeding and artificial insemination stressed the practical potentialities of the project. nothing in the world I want more than to have my husband back," she insisted. "He is a darling. I want him to come home and be good." Yesterday the attorneys had barely reached an agreement when Mrs. Auguste closed her apartment in the Ritz Towers and instructed her chauffeur to head west.
She married Auguste, whom she had known for years, last January at Palm Beach. She played in "Yes, My Darling Daughter" and other successes. In 1933 Auguste was divorced by the enormously rich department Helen Hulick (left) or anyone else, for that wear pants in the court of Judge Arthur S. Guerin above) it was ruled in Los Angeles yesterday. If we could control sex, it would revolutionize stock breeding and be of incalculable value many ways," declared Ferdinand R.
Bain of Los Angeles, manager of a large Jersey herd. "I do not see how your method could cause If injury to any animal. I think it is a method which should be taken up store heiress, Vivian Beaumont Auguste. (Continued on page 10, eol.l) women today when Helen Hulick, kindergarten teacher, won a decision in her test case on a charge of contempt of court. In Love Again! The Appellate Division of the i Superior Court held Miss Hulick was within her rights when she appeared in Municipal Judge Arthur S.
Guerin's Court clad in slacks. Harmon Spencer Augusta Part with wife and plenty. signature on a dotted line which will make Mrs. Auguste an heiress the moment she becomes a divorcee. Sum Is Close Secret.
Miss Hulick was held in con tempt by Judge Guerin when she refused to change her garb to the conventional skirt before she testified against two men accused of burglarizing her home. She was The actual sum Auguste is pay Ask Duce Protest to Hitler on Jews i A plea that Mussolini intercede with Hilter on behalf of the Jew3 and Catholics was made by the Italian Board of Guardians yesterday in a telegram to Fulvio Suvich, Italian Ambassador to the United States, and Gaetano Vecchiotti, Italian Consul General in New York. "II Duee's intervention in the Czechoslovakian situation is now His intercession now on behalf of religious tolerance will make him immortal," the telegram stated. It asked that Mussolini "make Hitler realiz that he is following a road leading his people to destruction by his barbaric treatment of Catholics and Jews." sentenced to five days in jail, but was held only a few hours until released on a writ habeus corpus. superior Judges Edward T.
Bishop and B. Rey Schaufer, of Arm in arm, with the unhappy past a memory, Jack Oakie and Venita Varden arrived on the Twentieth Century at Grand Central yesterday for a Broad-way honeymoon. Only three months ago, Venita was telling a judge what a bad bet Jack was as a husband. As a result, she won an interlocutory divorce decree. But, Hollywood real life being as fast-paced as the screen they decided last week that it was love after all.
the Appellate Division, ruled that wearing of slacks by Miss Hulick came under the category of "good taste" and did not come under jurisdiction of the court. They or ing for his freedom was closely puarded, both by Arthur Garfield Hays, of 120" Broadway, lawyer-negotiator for the husband, and Max D. Steuer, of 11 Broadway, who acted similarly for Mrs. Auguste. However, since Auguste is a millionaire broker and Mrs.
Auguste cheerfully surrendered her dower rights (one-third of his fortune), together with all alimony claims, the sum is nothing to sneeze at, legal experts pointed out. In addition, the former Theatre Guild player canceled a separation action she had started in Supreme Court, Manhattan. Auguste had previously canceled an annulment action launched in Westchester County. Called Him a Darling. When the elderly but engaging philanthropist tried to annul their marriage, 39-year-old Mrs.
Auguste said she was crushed. "There is dered the five-day sentence to be dissolved and the pretty defendant set free. Attacks Relief Agent; Arrested Charged with throwing the con Sanders, 3G, was arrested for disorderly conduct yesterday. He bolted after assertedly hurling the ink at Mrs; Charlotte Cotter and was caught by a patrolman in City Hall Park. tents of an inkwell at a Home Relief supervisor who was ques Jack Oakie and wife.
tioning him at City Hall, William.
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