The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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SATURDAY,"JUNE 27, : BLYTHfeyiLLE,- (ARK.) COURIER NfeWS It's Summer and -Smibonnct Time and Quins Primp for Play Fashion Wi liners to Keep an Eye On PAGE THREE (Continued Pi-om Pa»r> 1) eatcher lo protect pump nnd filters from clogging. As I'll re As )>rlnklruf Water As the water passes from the pool to the pump the coagulate feeder supplies n chemical that coagulates foreign matter in suspension- In the water so that Ihe filters can take it out, The chlor- Inator supplies sufficient chlorine to kill the germs in the water and the alkalinity feeder sees to it that the water remains properly alkaline. All of these processes take place as the water passes through the pump house, It is then delivered to the lurgc pressure filter tanks through which It is forced and then delivered, clear and pure, back to the pool. There arc many gauges, sight glasses and. other gadgets which show when the filters have to be ; cleaned, the chemicals replenished or other adjustments made. There Is also special testing a uip'nent by means of which .ti are made daily to show the I'rtlllon of the water, whether sufficient chlorine Is present to keep the water sterile and the alkaline content of the water. In addition to - these tests periodical tests to check , the bacteria ' content of the water will be made. These are exactly the same as required to protect the city's drinking water supply so "that it Is not incorrect to say that you are "swimming In drinktnrj water" when you arc swimming In the municipal pool, according: to Mr. Branson. ' Will Use Vacuum. Cleaner Since the pool Is never emptied from the beginning of Ihe season, means for cleansing the walls and floor area are necessary with water in the pool. This' is to be accomplished with the use of an electric vacuum cleaner which uses the nool water as the clean[ Ing medium. All around the edge of the pool is a scum gutter. There are 24 | outlets from this gutter to a sewer which carries the discharge to the lake. The discharge from 'the cleaning pump is carried to the Ecum gutter. The overflow from j Ihe pool which is caused by the pumping of new ' fK ler into the pool also -goes out through the scum gutter, to the lake. • The wading pool is connected to die same water supply as the swimming pool but Its water is I not recirculated;' Sand carried, in_to the wading'pool.'bY the'-! children f'.Vho will use fit would stop , and dninage^the : ;S>jum'ps; jijed. fprftihis | | pcol will bcTidrairied, cleaned and Shower and Foot Kalli The unin house is ari-anged for the rapid handling of large num- I bers of swimmers. As -vou er.ter I the central room on the'west side 1 you purchase your ticket, then pass around to a counter where yon are given a clothes bag and hanger and a wrist band with an identifying number the same as that on your clothes bag. Youthen pass into the shower rooms the ladies room being on the south side of the house and the men's on the north. After disrobing; you Place your .clothes in the compartment bag, which has pockets for shoes and hat and a han«er | for other garments. You then bathe under the showers with soap, rton your bathing suit and deliver your clothes to the attendant in the .check room. Then you walk back through the shower room, under a continuous shower, to the pool. But before you reach the pool, you must walk through - a foot bath containing a chemical which is -specially prepared to control and prevent the spread of "athlete's I foot." At night lime the pool will be , lighted with under water lights in the deep area allowing the life guards to keep a "constant lookout. Overhead a^ large flood lights which will light the entire pool area. Summer playthings at Ihe quintuplets', nursery .are growing In nize, just like.'the little girls themselves: Here's . Yvonne, suii- bonneted and ready for an outdoor romp, wilh one of tho biggest rag dolls you ever saw. - ...... Like a little Quaker girl is Annette In this dclljhlfnl picture, with folded hands and bonnet shading her face, nut there's nothing meek or retiring about tlie defiant till of Annette's head .or her sai'cy mouth. .^^^ * i V ' *« *? <fvv*fr "2K ../v; " >1 $H <> .1 < "-?* v;sv#' '* > vV'^ _/. Copjrlsht, ID36 M- \ Service Inc Ceclle, with a gesture exactly like that'of'ladies who have had more experience in'the matter,-adjusts her back hair .under-.the sunbonnet as a preliminary to-trie outdoor play [ season, .now. In full swing, in Callander, An unusual [irmngemcnt of ac- cordlan pleating distinguishes the charming Jacket outfit In which Miss Mary Taylor attended the mces at New York. The dress bcdlce Is , plain. The skirt Is pleated, as is the Jacket, except for shoulder yoke, cuffs and front panels. The socially prominent Mrs. Cleo- A printed, silk, dress with softly ige II. nostwlck wears a printed shirred neckline mid daisy .belt cotton si'lt, finished with rick- buckle, and a thrce-t]uarters swag- rack brnld and n navy blue ger coat of sheer woolen nie worn blouse of; .sheerest dimity, similarly, by Mrs. Dodge' Sloan, owner cf n tilnniiL'd. She loj)|ied the- outfit stable of famous race horses. Her •.vllli a medium-brimmed white hal white hat Is a 'variation-of the and carried a crocodile bag.' . ' popular.'Hbinburg'. ! , Wistful,and elhereal eyes mark Marie's pretty face as she displays the 'neat' little- wash' dress and demure sunbonnet with chipper tie-string whidh arc part of the quins' outdoor program. Plenty of sun, but' not too much. Women Help Build Democratic Platform jVIan Fellowship Meeting at New Denton Church The Rev. Clyde Belin, pastor of the Full Gospel church has announced the Pentecost Church of God will hold a two days- fellowship meeting at Denton, Mo., Julyj •1 anH 5. There will be three sc'f-' vices daily, lo a. m., and 2 and 8 P. m.. at tho new Pentecostal church, of which the Rev. T. V. Vanblbber is pastor. A basket lunch will be served at noon Saturday. Included in the large crowd expected to attend will i be several visiting ministers from | Arkansas and Missouri. Italy Family Tills One Farm 918 Years FLORENCE, Italy (UPl-Olu- seppe Pierantoni, descendant of a family which has lived on the same farm for 918 years, has been awarded a prize by the government. Records show that in the year 1018, when barbarians still were over-running the Italian peninsula, a peasant named Pierantoni reclaimed a plot of marshy land In Montelabatc, which has rc- iatried with and been cultivated y his family ever since. • Last year the "Fedelia. Alia Coast Guard Ships Notified to Keep Watch for Explorer's Flagship NEW YORK. June'27. (UP)— The coast guard, at the request of Lady Wllklns. directed its ships at sea today to be on fne lookout for the Wyatt Earp. which sailed from Slatcn Island 10 days ago, bound for Norway with Sir Hubert WU- klns, the explorer, on board. The Wyatl Earp, flagship of the "Ellsworth Antarctic expedition,'was headed for Oslo, a three weeks Journey. Sir Hubert had promised to maintain constant radio contact Lady Wil.kins Jays she has'not heard from since the sailing, Women usually have the last word, and Ihts looks as though they were going to try to follow feminine precedent at the Democratic convention. Representative Caroline O'Day (right), of New Yoik chairman of the Women's Platform Committee, is pictured in session with a committcewonmn sludy- Inj planks. Left to right are Mrs. H. M. Lambcrton jr.. of Minnesota; Mrs. Dorothy McAllister of Michigan; Mrs. John Galleher^of Virginia; Mrs. Harrison Elliott of North Carolina, and Mis. 'Burton Miwscr ot Utah. Mrs. Allan McLanc's costume '(worn'ill a horse show Is a lesson'!in the art of dressing to suit the occasion. By wearing a simple while cardigan of beautiful while cashmere over a plain white sports dress, Mrs. McLnnc achieved that elusive effect of nonchalant chic. Terra" prize, as ;; is known, went to Antonio Gestcllanl, who, surrounded by his 19 children and grandchildren, was proved to be working the same land at Querl- coln^ which his ancestors had worked for 709 years. Alfalfa hay that has been frozen u ' not be fed to livestock, Coal Is involved in 40: per cent of the thefts occurring during trcight transit. Clgarel and tobacco losses amount to about 18 per cent. Postman Gets Only Rebukes As Life Saver DEARBORN, Mich. (UP)—Edwin Probst likes to whistle on his mail route, and affords others pleasure, but when he really tries to be of help to people he doesn't come out so well. Most women on Probst's route In Dearborn can stnrt their dinners when they hear the postman whistling, bvt one varied the procedure. "The lady heard my whistle," Probst explained. "She came out on the porch and called to me: 'Good bye. I'll b" dead In 10 minutes.' "I thoujht It was a Joke, and she went back in nnd shut the door. But then 1 began to worry and called police. They broke a window and found her .working Mrs. J. Henry Alcxandrc's flattering race-going costume Includes a polks dot taflcta dress with matching Jacket, The Jacket buttons at the waistline to give a peplum clfect. a Jlg-s.>w puzzle. Gas was pouring from a*stove. t saw her just the ether day. 'After this, you mind your own business.' she yelled, 'ft's none of your aflalr If a person v,ants to die.' "Soon after that I look a letttr to a house and saw the livirig rccm full of smoke .and flames. I tried to roi'sc somebody, and then I ran anrt turned In an alarm. "The fire department crashed I the door, because the owner wouldn't let them In. They had to i>ush him aside and put tne fire out. He had gone to .".loop on the couch while smoking. "J saw him later, too, and he told me practically the same thing He said It was just a little smcice, and Ihat I should hnva attended to my own business." friends of Mrs. Swamp and King assembled at. the victim's homes The Indian.': toiijve that a dcaj j tribesman's spirit n mains In his home for to dnys after his cloa'.li and that if the micient rituals arc not invoked.' Ihe dead Indian is doomed lo eternal suffering. Tlie victim's favorite food was ylaccd before a vacant chair l.i each home. The first person en- (erlng after the tenth day. was asked to cat the food. If he declined, it was left, hidden In r. llower bed and precautions taken so that no animal could reach il. The day before the accident, relatives had met at Kind's home to sing. A dog, owned by his sis- ter, turned over tin its back and pointed Its feet in Ihe air. Hint' remarked it was r, bad Indian omen—that it meant a sudden death in the family. The next day he was killed! According lo a tradition attached lo the Hope diamond, it will bring misfortune to Its possessor. ATTENTION CANDIDATES! I cnn furnish you correct lists of bona fide voters, arranged alphabetically, by school districts. CHEAP. C. J. LITTLE, Hale Bldg., Blytheville Ice Cold Liquors & Gins ARE BETTER THEY COST NO MOKK at JOE'S LIQUOR STORE Opposite Kress' Indians Invoke Ancient I Ritual in Death Crash! MENASHA. WiS. (UP)—All old I India'.i ritual was invoked by tribesmen here for Victims of the mcdern motor car. When Mr?. Andrew Swamp and Grafion Ki-is;, ix>lh Indians, and Lawrence Hans, were killed in a collision ol three automobiles, ancient Imiiriu ceremonies were held so tlinl "ilii! (vpivllr, of the dead might be set at peace." ^Ifr I hi 1 accident, relatives and SEE ANY SHOW AT THE RITZ | C FOR ONLY WATCH THIS PAPER FOR DETAILS

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