decided: May 20, 1971.
Appeal from decree of Court of Common Pleas of Delaware County, No. 1574 of 1969, in case of Stuart S. Krissinger, a/k/a Stuart Scoville Krissinger v. Joy Wetterer Krissinger, a/k/a Joy Priscilla Wetterer Krissinger.
Fronefield Crawford, with him Sondra K. Slade, Fronefield Crawford, Jr., and Crawford, Frazier & Diamond, for appellant.
Arthur Levy, with him Levy and Levy, for appellee.
Wright, P. J., Watkins, Montgomery, Jacobs, Spaulding, and Cercone, JJ. (Hoffman, J., absent). Dissenting Opinion by Montgomery, J.
Author: Per Curiam
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Decree affirmed. Having made an independent study of the entire record we are of the opinion that the court below properly granted a decree in divorce in this case.
Dissenting Opinion by Montgomery, J.:
My examination of this record convinces me that the appellee, husband, was far from being a paragon of virtue. His actions toward his wife contributed materially to her downfall. For that reason, he was not an injured and innocent libellant to entitle him to a divorce.
Therefore, I respectfully dissent.
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