The Corpus Christi Caller-Times, Corpus Christi, Texas, Tuesday, April 27, 1937, p. 1.
| i the of for es- Marriage of Melvin Purvis, Janice Jarratf Postponed Wedding of Man Who Trapped Dillinger America's Most Photographed Girl Had Scheduled as Season's Top Social Event SAN ANTONIO, April 27. (/P--The marriage of Melvin the former G-man who trapped John DUlinger, and Miss Janice Jarratt. America's most photographed girl, originally set for night, was without a date today. Tersely, and in clipped sentences, A. J. Hummel, Mbs brother-in-law, said last night the season's top social event had "indeiicirutely postponed." Miss Jarratt left the city in her automouile with two girl t Warrants issued For Arrest of Traffic Violators Police Say Motorists Must Answer Court Summons Three warrants for the arrest of traffic violators. representing initial action of the Corpus Christi Police Department to compel violators who failed to answe- their summonses to appear in court, were issued this morning on formal complaints filed with Judge R. T. Pritchett by Capt. "Nl D. Huie. Jr. The complaints name Jack Chroger. speeding: K. C. Smith, speeding, and A. Plough, driving an automobile with -one headlight Â·Â»Â· reportedly headed for a ranch ' Victoria. Texas. The Denver Hotel in Victoria reported that she stopped there briefly with friends about 1 a. and left. Efforts to locate her at two near-by randies were unsuccessful. Purvis, who flew here from San Francisco a week ago, was stilt registered at a hotel but did not_ answer the door or telephone. At Austin. F. Knape, a hotel _ clerk, said he understood that j Purvis, who spent the night at 1 the hotel, intended to board a irain at Fort Worth. He said four or five persons were in Purvis' pariy. Friends of Miss Jarratt at Victoria said she was a guest in Tom O'Connor home, but efforts to reach her at the O'Connor town and ranch homes were unsuccessful. In both cases, persons. who ansxvered the telephone said! that Miss Jarratt was not there-' Dan Braman, whose wife is former Miss Mary O'Connor, one (See PURVIS. Page 2)