[WEDNESDAY. OCT; «, 19M I Women Face Perjury Charges p Divorce Case I Tf«m Says Ex-Wife I Govt False Report I In Arkansas Hearing I MEMPHIS W) - Three women |er» arrested her* Monday niter I T»» man charged his Teernes- f» wife committed perjury to get In Arkansas. divorce. I It is Illegal for an out-of-stale |Wd«nt to obtain a divorce in Ar- R*5as. I First degree perjury warrants gainst his' former wife- and two (trusses In the case were signed y Harold H. Rheudasil of Qreen- Ilie, Tex. ' He'daimed his former wife was ever a resident O f Arkansas, that i« obtained the divorce, through aud and over his protests. , . Rheudasil's ex-wife; ' now' Mrs. udley B. Clower, an<i Beverly henfer and Mrs. Scott W. Kelly, 11 of Memphis, were freed on end after appearing at a Marion, rk., court Monday. ' Mrs. Clower and Mrs. Kelly aived preliminary hearing alter utting up cash bonds of $SOO. everly Chenier posted a $1,000 roporty bond bu\ made no imme- late waiver of, hearing. Rheudasll said -he had never let the two women who testified ley knew him and that he had vert apart from his wife for lore than three years. All testimony in the case was y written deposition. None of those ivolved appeared in court. . The Rheudasil case is the latest several which have boiled over Ince a probe of divorces In' East rkansas opened last June. The investigation by Chancellor in Smith'of Blyiheville started t published charges that out-of- tate persons found It simple to btain Arkansas divorces by posing s> residents of the state. Seven indictments in connection •ith the ,probe have been return- d. Chan'ce'ilor Smith said about 0 cases were still being checked. Rheudasll'5 lawyer salt} he was reparing a $25,000 alienation of flection suit against Clower, the usband of Rheudasil's former ate. : Arkansas Nets Briefs— Moses Speaks in Opposition To Jackson County Project By The AafodaM Pnw NEWPORT, Ark. - O. Hamilton Moses, chairman of the board oJ Arkansas Power and Light Co., Invaded Jackson County personally last nfght to plead his case against a proposer-public po wer di str i ct . In the first public statement by an A. P. &, U official on the proposal to set up a Jackson County Power DUtrtct, MOM. , alc t the project was inspired by "public power groups In Washington and In th» Northwest that are putting forth such stronj effort* to nationalize th« electric Industry." Pine BluH Man Gets Kiwanis Post HOT SPRINGS, Ark — The new governor of the Missouri-Arkansas District of Kiwanis International li Fred Moore of Pine Bluff, Ark. Moore, elected at the closing of the group's 3-day convention here yestedroy, succeeds Earl A. Collins of Cape Girardeau, Mo. C. c. Calhoun of Conway was named secretary, and C. J. Cub Chaffee ol Raytown, Mo., was elected treasurer. Little Rock Woman Heads Ike Group UTTU3 ROCK - Mis.. John R. Hackett o» Uttle Rock, a member of the Democratic State Committee. Is a new co-charim a n of the Women's Division of Citizens for Eisenhower in Arkansas. ' Chairman Robert B. Roach announced last night the appointment of Mr*. Hackett, who announced her switch to the Republican presidential nominee last week. Roach said E he will-work with Mrs John M. Harrison in organizing Democratic* women to vote for the GOP candidate. * Tennessee Convicts Caught in Batesville •BATESVILU! - Tennessee authorities tod.y are expected to pick up three escapees Irom the Shelby County penal farm at Memphis who were recaptured 'last night on a sheriffs "hunch •• Sheriff Burton Arnold said two of the prisoners, John Dalley 23 and Hugh Parrell, 18, were arrested on the White River bridge here last night. Joe OollU.s, Ji, was p i ck( , d up at ..nearby tourist court. Grand Jury Reopens HAC Investigation WTTLE ROCK - -The second Pulaskl County Grand Jury study of the Arkansas Highway Audit Commission', report on state Highway Department operations opens here at'2 p.m. today A jury steering committee composed of W. M. Apple, chairman ' W. E._Washburn >nd Sidney R. Bell has met with PulasW Prosecutor Tom Downle.to discuss organization Qf the inquiry; mail Families Are xplained by Specialist RALEIQH. N. C. W) — Probably he main reason why families are mailer today than.in grandfather's me Is that children are not. need- d as much as they used to be. So says Family'Relstibris Special- t Corrine Justice Orimsley of forth Carolina State 'College. So nuch of the work has been taken ut of the home and so many labor - aving devices added that fewer ersons are needed to get the work one. - t ' Early American families wre 1M together by necessity but now- iys the families that'sl'-.i; to- ether do so because they want to ot because they have to. The prob- rn now Is to develop' ways of laMng the family want to remain tact, she says. C i I tth the Courts :ircutt Barney cockrell vs. J. E. Groner inmages. / Mrcult Court/(Criminal) State of Arkansas vs.'Polly Jones ssault with;intent to kill. Examl- lation and observation ol defend- nt ordered.' lead Courier New* Classified, Ads BLTTHEVILLE MON. OCT. irotH IN THI fORLD'S GREATEST INSTITUTION 1. AIIMIC fT*«» • — ClOWNI —10 » — MUHeUkW—M *CRISTIAN1 CHAMBEITV *TRUZZI • •f «ltTV-»00* *» r |HH«£«S* VM.OM CAPITAI (Nvnjio toitotous <Ttnr PAKAI>IIIA.M. *ZACCHINNt »1C£IIIIIT 2 tiy.il. fVfffP WWTS $1 • CHILMtW 90c ju noon KM TAX ERVr. AND ADMISSION ON f Ai.r CIRCUS DAT AT BROS. DRt;C STORK - (ARK.) COUKIZX NBW1 Is that "change of life" in your eyes? You Nsed Marc Than Mak*-Up To Hfdt JctHfy Can everyone see from that nervous, jittery look in your eyes that, you are'suffering "change- oi-Iife" misery? Sure, make-up may hylp some, yet it can't take the pain aud nervousness out of your eyes. But Cardui often does. A Httie_C»rdui each day hai CARDUI helped thousand* of women build new resistance and vitality, changing dark months and years to brighter, happier times. So let Csrdui help you look, relax and sleep better. Get Cardui 'insurance" from your dealer ' today. (Sly: "earrf-you-eya"). Monthly Crompj • Change of lff« _ VUG-THERM ir '^*5 r •* ii»ilif| imp£fiifli Oil ROME HEATH MML CMAMM* MMMMt H.US MANY OTMW COWOtT-INSURINO RATUIIO AUTOMAT;? **w«-Air Blown two. kMM Hubbard & Son, Furniture PUO-THERM t -^__^ •-.•V^K^^^^BBK. GJioa<CKaiE»jaai: :.. i ,u ^,'® LESS THAN MEETS THE EYE— Something new in convertible dual-nurnose snorts clolhes for men was recently unveiled by . London tailoring firm. At left, a model displa yl Liy^v^rd^ ""'^h^rn^ itself to a teat. Some kinds ol May flies Assembly Meet Of Rotary Called B«n F. Butler, governor of Ro- Ury's SOOth District, has called »n assembly meeting ln,Blythevllle for Ttjur»d«y at II a.m. Th» meeting will be held In the Colonial Room of tht hfobl* Hotel and club officers and committee headi will b« asked to attend. H«d Courier New* Classified Ada PA9B •' ' Auto Dealer* Speaks *« Liont Cluk O«orge Benjamin*, Meretsry of the Arkansas Automobile Dealer* Association, was speaker at Blythe- vilte'i Lions Club meeting yesterday. Mr. Benjamin* was guest or Eugene F. Still, Lion program chairman for October. Guests Included Dr. Alfred Vise Mrs. Clara Spry. Hubert Seymour, Russell Phillips, Billy Nicholson and Kemp Whlstnhunt. Phon* 8181— CITY ELECTRIC CO. and CAN SOLVE YOUR GAS CONVERSION PROBLEM! About Your... Natural Gas ...Installation *' ' " i • .L • In order to save your time and assist us in giving you : speedier ser"$J , vice when you are ready to install your natural gas facilities, thi following procedure is suggested: >, 1. Call 6821 to let us know you want gas service so that we may make the necessary "meter setting." • n 2. Contact your plumber for necessary piping service on your property and in your home or place of business. 3. Plumber should notify city gas inspector (Phone 2282) as soon as necessary piping is installed. 4. City inspector will notify us when installation meets requirements, and we will immediately install gas meter. . < ' • aas ser- Everything possible will be done to expedite'your natural gc vice; however, due to the large number of'requests for service, your patience and understanding will be appreciated. But please do call on us any time we may be of assistance to you in any way. Ark-Mo Power Co.
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