Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1770-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Newspaper Page Text
NURSE'S PAST HI!
IN HUTTON TRIAL Defense Charges She Enter tained Men in Home Before and After Romance. By thp A>sociatrd Press. LOS ANGELES. June 28.- The "past life' of Myrtle Joan St, Pierre was the object of an attack by defense counsel today in her suit for $200,000 for al leged breach of promise against David Hut ton. choir singer and husband of Aimee Semple McPherson. evangelist. Defense attorneys said Hutton prob ably would take the witness stand. His appearance will follow the testimony of witnesses, who, Hutton's attorneys said, will reveal that the 30-year-old. twice married, attractive nurse enter tained men at her home prior to and subsequent to her alleged romance with the baritone. Miss St. Pierre, in cross-examination of her story of alleged betrayal by Hut ton prior to his marriage to the evan gelist. denied having told a woman friend Hutton was "a pudding head and a mama's boy." and that she had "no use for him.'' The statement was in re sponse to the defense query seeking to determine if it was not Miss St. Pierre who had broken the alleged romance. While her husband was ha\ing his day in court, the evangelist also was having her legal difficulties. Superior Judge Arthur Crurn late yesterday de cided that Mrs. Hutton must, pay $10,000 to Harvey H. Gates, scenario writer, for the scenario of a film play which she planned and which never was made Gates testified he wrote the script fpr "Clay in the Potter's Hands." sup posedly a story of the evangelist's life, at the request of Mrs. Hutton and J. Roy Stewart, former hero of Western thrillers and now a director. Stewart also was named a defendant in the suit and the judgment was given against both defendants. DIAMOND TO VISIT 4 POLICE STATIONS Montgomery Commissioner Plans Tour to Become Acquainted With System and Personnel. By a Staff Correspondent of The Star. ROCKVILLE. Md„ June 28 —An in spection tour of the four county police stations will be made next v.eek by Commissioner John B. Diamond, who recently was assigned by the County Board as commissioner in charge of police, it was announced today. The tour will be made by Diamond to familiarize himself with the opera tion of the department and to meet the personnel and examine the equip ment of the Rickville. Bethesda, Silver Spring and Takoma Park stations. CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION CONVENES β.OOO Delegates Are Present at 29th Annual Meeting at Cincinnati. By the Associated Press. CINCINNATI. June 28.—The twenty ninth annual convention of the Na tional Catholic Educational Association opened today with more than 5.000 delegates and visitors present and sev eral thousand more expected. The religious program began with a pontificlal mass, celebrated by the Most Rev. Francis W. Howard, Bishop of Covington, Ky. Later, reports were made on activities of Catholic schools in the United States and Canada. The general executive board met yes terday to discuss annual reviews and formulate convention policies, but the results of its deliberations were not mado public. LEGION POST TO SPONSOR BATHING BEAUTY CONTEST Event Will Feature July 4 Observ ance at Berkeley Spring—Sub stantial Awards Offered. Special Dispatch to The Star. BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. Va., June 28— A bathing beauty contest, with substantial awards, is announced as a feature of the July 4 observance by the local past of the American Legion this year. The contest will be held in the swimming pools of the State park here. The post will sponsor the only Inde pendence day observance of any magni tude in the Eastern Panhandle this year. Colorado has 103.943 sqaure miles within its borders. 9 See Old YELLOW/TONE jSi Park, thrùJSfeW Gallatin Gateway "Took Nature α million years to fix up all them ppjeers, eteam-spouters ■ n' sunset-painted canyons. Took The Milwaukee Road to pick the newest, thrillingest trail—road's •mooth es a bowlin' alley all the* way from splendiferous Gallatin Gateway Inn ... 170 miles of sure-fire Rocky Mountain scenery where Injuns and varmints used to roam. "Take that deluxe-urious Olympian train, over the electrified, scenically supreme trail to Geyserland, if you want the best fixin's on rails." Round trip from Wathington Yellowstone Park 4 ; rtar el'.-expenee Park Tour. ■ t hotel·, $54; at lodge·, (45. Prcific Northwest C11 £50 Fcturn through Canada or | | California— Colorado. Fares West are the lowest •veil Ask us about bargain* Khiladelphfa 0«ce ii.io Fidelity Phi adciphla TrtJit R dft Phone Prurt.vpacker '*407-8 • H M-irph·· , (>·η"·ο Aien Sfe Milwaukee road Over the Rockies to the Sea / BLUE SUNOCO the Two Fisted Champion Is a Knockout OVER A MILLION USERS of Blue Sunoco know that it is unnecessary to pay an extra price to get premium performance . . . and also that it is false economy to buy cut price gasolines of questionable quality. This two fisted champion has no equal in transforming your gasoline dollar into economical driving satisfaction. Just one tankful of BLUE SUNOCO will convince you there is no better motor fuel value. Combines HIGH TEST PERFORMANCE with HIGH KNOCKLESS POWER at regular gas price ONE TANKFUL WILL PROVE IT Listen to LOWELL THOMAS Monday to Friday Evening·, inclusive 6i45 Coittm Daylight Tim»... Over Ν BC~WJZ Network — ' ~ . Γ • . . A premium motor fuel at regular gas price · · · You save 3 to 5c per jgallon