The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1930 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 12, 1930
Page 5
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1930 BLYTIlEVir,LP,,, (ftRK.) COURIER iNLiWS Mexican "Mail Order" Divorce f Lawyer Planning Branches Abroad PAGE iimimcuUUe the part o[ the bcd- I!y MINOTT SAUNDKKS NEA Service Wriler PARIS.—rroublwl by achtii!; hearts burdened by (lie boucis o( iiiitlriinony, Scnor Arluro Del Toro. proud parent of tlic Mexican painless posul divorce, hns resolved lo broaden his activity and csltiblisli branches in several European countries. He luis returned to his headquarters in Paris after a "triumphal" vibit in London where he found "any number ol the best people" in dire need of his services. "1 just ivnnt to nuike people liappy," he reiterated. "In every land there Is a crying need for deliverance from matrimony. The best «ay out is ihe easiest way oui, and (he wise laws of Sanora and Morelos best, solve this probk'in." Docs Thriving Business These Inws make possible divorce without residence and upon application of intention ol either p.irty locally, regardless ol whether the other parly Is aware of the. action. Incompatibility is usually the grounds. Del Tovo says he ha', already secured over a thousand divorces. "Everywhere I no I hear the same lament.," he said. "When mar- ilaije fulls it can only be repaired by divorce. "In America they call me an enemy of Cupid. On the contrary. I am his friend. 1 believe in uiviny ' him another chance. He is like ihc rest of us and we all make mistakes. My mission is to aid people to start out life again wli?re otherwise, under the primitive legal systems of hundreds of years standing, they would be compelled to live unhappily for the rest of their lives." Del Toro docs this for a fee vihlch lluctuates according to the rccia! position of his clients. A soft-spoken, kindly appearing man, his benevolence is stirred up for a consideration of $2000—and up. "Quicker /ami Cheaper 11 "Mexico moves faster than Keno and is cheaper than Paris," lie said. "Also it operates without al! this distressing publicity, which Is an evil influence." Del Toro is often confronted, he admits, by legal opinions to the effect that his Mexican painless divorces would not be recognized in certain slates and countries. This is the general view in England, where he is opening an office and finding a great deal to do. But .this doesn't worry him. "I know women," he said upon his return. '"They may be jealous, but they get over it. Very few wives question a husband's second marriage under our "Mexican divorce laws once it has teen accomplished." Del Toro has his own theory about the increase in divorced throughout the world. VJJaux-gfVicipal .^causes,", lie : £aU|, "areThc rtcifrcase in home life'in tile big cities and the change in social conditions. Nowadays home life in large cities consists of a radio, an automobile and a gay time." Dei Toro says his Paris office is -. S -V-'V. X-" - V-/ clothes Hint come up under chin. Handkerchief linen, lawn, dimity or any oilier dnlmy material is used, as long as the bedding is wide mill about 2-1 Inchrc deep half ol this 10 fdil back over the top onto the wrong side. I.uve. embroidery or hemslltch- mg can edge the protector, which Is lo be ba.sied on and i-emuved I'or Inuuik'riiiK- Monograms mato.' one tf tlie most infective decorations. Read Courier -vews Wunt Ads. Seller Arturo Del Toro, Mexican lawyer and parent of tlic "mail order" divorce la«s uf two Mexican states, here is shewn at his desk in 1'aris, mherc he is planning the establishment of brandies in several countries. doing a rushing business and he [omid so much' encouragement ii London that he intends to branch out and give other peoples the advantage of his simple method. HSVFyou HEARD A nice little hand-made gift lor bride or for a college girl or any woman with her own room s a wcshable protector for [he lop of her decorative ilown puifs or pretty blankets, The purpose of th^e is to keep Taken Wishing Wont Specially LOW HOUND TIM I' TAKES National Dairy Show St. Louis Oct. 11-19 2hiy—Od. 11 Kansas Day—Ocl. lli The world's greatest Dairy Sho.vv, attiacting the finest dairy cattle of all breeds from all parts cl the United Slates and Ciiuu-. da, opens Octobers lltli. The ExiTOsUion will be held In the huge, niagniticeiit buildings designed and built as the permanent, licme ot the National Dairy Show. Exhibits of latest anil llnest daily equipment. Contests mid demonstrations by college students, 4-H Club boys and girls, and vocational students Irom nearly all stales. Displays by the United States Department ol Agriculture. Ackbcl attractions will be a National Poultry Show, Nishb Horse Show and a Woman's Home Exposition. Ask Ihe Frisco Aijent about Special l-'avus ior Special Days. out kful of OLIA ATTENTION UNTIL SEPT. 30th. THE FAMOUS COAL (Hums lo a Clean (iray Ash—No Cliulicrs) Per Ton Cash at Yard. This Coal Delivered in lilylheville During Sep- lemlier al $S.OO per Ton Cash. LAY IN YOUR WINTER'S SUPPLY NOW " ! .K^•."' • .- t .There's plenty of power and youthful pep in Magnolia Ethyl. With this surprising gasoline, hills arc just scenery and the nuisance of a knocking motor is a thing of the past. To enjoy the finest performance your motor can give . . . step out with a tankful of Magnolia Ethyl.' Specials For Saturday Only In Our Market Extra Specials Fpr Saturday Sugar 10-1,1) Limit With SI.(Id or More I'ur- rlwse (if ollu-r Groceries 39c Corn Flakes Kelloggs TURNIPS With Greu Tops Bunch lOc Bananas kes 5c 5 • 1 ;•! Ol*¥*lfiC ^—^ M~ m. ^~S M. M. M.\^ J^ Red Pie x \ f^ f.^^./ CELERY Jiimlw Stalk \ lOc Coition Yellow Fruit Ib. 5c Peaches Griffon Halves or Sliced, No. 2Vi can 19c APPLE BUTTER Libhy's 38 oze Jar 25c SOAP 10 Bars^For 37c PINEAPPLE Libhy's 2 For 25c MATCHES •Swan,' Tull Count - • 6 Boxes 15c Pet or Curmiliim 3 tall or 6 Small 25c Brooms Meal - 5 String Extra Special, Each 35c 24-lb. Sack 70c GRAPES Tokay Ib. lOc SALT MEAT J I). S. Plates Streaked Ib. 12c LEMONS 360's, Dozen 25c Sirloin Steak - - ib. 28c Cherry and R. R. Sts. Phone 123 PURE LARD Ib. 15c SLICED BACON It's UJack Hawk v Ib. 29c ROUND STEAK Choice Beef Ib. 29c ROAST Kxtra Fine, Thick Rib Ib. 17c SIDE MEAT Strcak-O-Lcan Ib. 17c MAGNOLIA STATIONS' AND DEALERS THROUGHOUT THE SOUTHWEST Cans 25c

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