The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 15, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 15, 1936
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PAGD SIX _BLYTOEVILLE. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Yon Can Sec llic Quins, Bui, They Can't See You-In Their New T JVEDNKSDAY, JULV l.'i, ground! mm lint fuunM * , ,,,cvs1on i <m, bj JmilK Jlint LiU. An I sim, mnbolj Vno^s vlnls lu tlu, i IM of thi sistc, net imOo then npu nunu ,| i, n > „, j, sl lm ,« sl)L ,,„ orna)lhll> „„ „„ s|mc m |n(1]o] pitr.nL f otii fiiiimii, la II n..t hud lo tut Sine (..union- b a smmthlm, it ns u, Jmu S,O.H man. Mnbc tin b.lks inluidcd to sl m; then /rirnil ],o« nMh llicj cm Id «, ,!„ u, Dn < slip, md lull, M»,|C ImH.I ikmn n porch; Yvonne, on tin- step. and Annette, ia rl (! hi, nil sewn tin last mimiU upset over Mail's Uule lift rmd L nl'.t action. on rh ^^p^ji jgi^ytf : '':." ; i§ I-Ve.'ili air and .sunshine Is good for babies, the quins have learned irom Dr. Caloe. Ho what is mure natural ihan that -h i,, ihcii U'ddykenrs tile same treatment! Jiusgin,; her pet firmly to her, Annette, at left, ln.-aiLs Icr Die Invitmj; hospital' lav i; j. ,'.' "i,'! vantage point ol her wheelbarrow, Marie supervises transportation of. the ti bs by overburdened Yvonne. After Mud'-in' 1 . cr .<> i ''MI > •' "' lew moments, Emilie solved the problem of How to get those chubby Icddybe.irs down .the steep steps. She jus'l siinp'y ' to--""' !'>'' /" ilowr., following after. But. not Cccile. Lugging her IMrry playmate, she crawls patiently down the steps, to the jCd '"'"' lie Diomuvs new playhouse, fcnlm-lne. "The Five l.UUe Qultis at Play." certalnlv l.s narking Vm In •this summer. As shown ubovi-, limn tiueues ol tourists, days, are streaming ca s crlv Into th» crescent-shape structure,, the ccmlyard of which i, „ hisurtos playground f,,r tl,,° hfhlc,' BuiH ,„ i e founds o he Uafoe hospital, the phyhous, contains ,, ImudoU- !or th, tpiintupiets' , slor . for the,, plaything and an u^rvatlon (alK-ry from which thev eat, fc P , en ,t pi y Is the staye (in which, unkiitnvhigly. Hie DIonne quintuplets will play to a jrcat invisible. Inar.- dible audience this sitmincr. As the' babies frolic en the in the shallow pool, in foreground, their antics will lawn and in the circular sandpit, or wade _ . -- be eyed by chuckling tourists. Glass and ahimimim- rociu sprayed who screening will prevent the Misses Dionne from seeing or hearing their audience, lined behind whitlows ol tile observation pavilion, shown at rear. A guard-stands by the pine tree. . . . nnd dkl Isn't Yvonne a minx, ist.s. smihn;; reminiscent!} 1 ^iliove. are exchaniin^ romc sr:h observations. And that frie'.vjs Lack home toon will be regaled with amutin;;. stories «r "miin-isms." In the Swim for Uncle Sain j.rBackslvoke • '.-Won; Dutch Slrong ^i'lion:i|Iy Known Swiumiin; '-NEW YORK.-U the United Stales women swimmer:; win more Uian three events in Olympic competition in Berlin. I'll i> ( . surprised. i Umwing on my cxpcrienci- from 1C years of coaching, and having Jtokcd over our Olympic uuterhl. J'd f.ay we will win Hi,; sprins- Icard and platform divine;, ami Jhe; 100-meter backstroke in 13<r- Jin. ' I look [or Katherine Raw-Is lo C'.nie throtigh on tbe spviiv'l.'oard, Mrs. Dorothy Poyiiton Hill to .store on the platform, ami Mrs EtaThor Holm Jarrett vo niain- t a to. her supremacy in :i>e backstroke! ^Bi the Olympic swimming. Will! BtnOuden. of Holland, figures to lake both the 100 and 400-meter ..races. She has been turning in Ii04 consistently for the iirn- dred. compared to the present Olympic record of 1:03.8 held by Hrlcne Madison. Our best 105- meter swimmers are lucky to hit Miss DenOuden also is tops at «0 meters, in which she holds the present world mark for Hie distance at 5:16. Judging by her recent marks she should defeat Mrs Lenorc Kight Wingard. best, of the Americans. Walking Aids Dutch The women's Olympic breast stroke. In my opinion, is a surefire victory for one of the Japanese entrants. And I think a Hclland relay team will beat this country's best quartet. I have read that the Dutch girls are training on horse meat but I hardly believe that report. They Just follow strict condltion- li" 1 improvement of the sport, itself, polities anil athletic, jealousy should be forgotten. French Army Stores Huge Wheat Reserves PARIS (UP)—The French army has a stock of ti.0110,000 quintals (approximately 21.000.000 bushels! of wheat in reserve in case of war—the greatest supply in the history of France. j 'Ihis fact has been reported to . the Academy of Agriculture by ! Qi"irtCTmasl,?r-G<!iiernl Utlolny. Members of the Academy have made a tour of inspection of Ih'- storehouses al St. Denis, it. was found that tbe problem of keep BY GUI be "high immediately. The imiyor told the council thai hi- had lichen informed ttiat the state department of public'. uilitie.s was propnrim; an order lo be directed to ttie Ulythevilli' Water company n-yarditig ratr; here ami that tin 1 order woiihi be ready shortly. -- i _, ., Loy Welch, .second ward alder- home usually managed to pur-1 man, wanted to know what the chase his liquor before the lioll- federal court lawsuit against days and that the only personally, in which city officials (Contimted From Page One) his opinion that the citizen who wanted drink quietly in his taken on the measuve, till- mayor L Jii* di;;titu-l, mrrdiciiip.s, inrhldiiH; ;;t![$gestiny to Nelsun that, it be adrenalin, are obtaiiv.-d from tin. 1 shortened and brought, up again M;in of the load. next month, iiulicatini; lliat Ibo ' council ou^hl not lo tires.suved" into acting AT BEST TliOMIT SKSVIC'K Barksdalc Mfg. Co. from parasites has b:en the use of ehlerapicrine. tin- 1...J-, ,.,ji, VIIL.L nil; Ulll} 1 pl:lMIIl : *- 1L ,' . "> VYllll.ll LJLV ULlLl'ulls U'lTO i:, wanting to buy liquor on a lioll- I served with summons yi-sti-rdav. i-I day was someone wishing lot was all unom. Tin- mayor ami iril'v "paint the town red." He said lite j attorney said they didn't know ban within the city would likely l)«l thai they had written fur a ! discourage some, at least, even <'0])y ol the complaint The world contains 7.500,000,000' if others could yo outside HID! acres of forcst.s, of which North i city and get it, No action was I courier News ciawitir.i A( t, P , v America has 1.-100,000,000. ! ____._.„_ s in? rules, -walklnj. including moderate Mrs. Jarrett may experience a "it of trouble In the backstroke. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WUhcul Catomel-A!iJ Youl! Jump Oul of Bed in ifie JToinmi Rarin' to Go The liver ihou1«J [>our mit two |«iun<!.i nf inHii.l bile into your bower^ daily. If this hila i' not llowinc fm-ly. ynur {( -xJ dot-:-n't iliRt^t- I: juit <itvayi in the bowels. CA-, t.lnau ur v>ur atomach. You Ktt iMnitiriaie^l. Your whole Ayslcmia poiaonrJ amJ you foel tour, and tfie WOT Id Ico^spunV, Uxat[ve» are only makr^iififi. A mtro lowelmoveriu'nt iiocin I vt :»t the c»use It Ukca thaie Koo<5, olJ Carton's I .it tic Liver 1'iH.i to Kct Hies* two pournii of hif e How in y (ri-clj- and m*V«yoii fec]"ui'iiniiiii[i". Mami- f:^ly. A*k for Carter's l.Ulte Liver E'ilhl? lumc. Stubbornly refuse anythinif elrc. 26c. Mastcnbrock. of Hollnnd, lius occn clocked right along in 1:16 ccmvarctl to Mrs. JarrcU-'s Olympic mark of I:i8.3. But the former Eleanor Holm has Improved sreally nncc the last Olympics, which shot-Id insure n keen fight In the dorsa! event. three of ll"lfs NVetl Change Thus c;u divers, \vl-.o years to nc:frct flifTtciilt work -totisi tionals. in my belief, but will b? outstniKling at Ilirce. I think the Olympic swimming nnd diving rules should tx. • . -•-..» v t n in L,, i, ii u(JLll. dives, can't u?e all of them, A i cliangcrt to conform more with much lew proficient diver, who j llic ""tied Stales standards Kor might not place in a U. S. chain- I '_ test of skill compared to American counterpart. Where our national championship calls for live compulsory and five optional dives, the Olympic , MK springboard contest requires only | springboard Its j pic competition. I Olympic divers are restricted to a cne-and-one-lialf somersault, clnld's play for a real springbMrd " ls « Hawls couldn't win a! event with five op- ! Wrecker Service - Gas OPEN ALL NIGHT PHILLIPS SXRVICK CBNTKR Phones 777 - 810 FACTORY TRAINED RADIO EXPERT Now available fur repairs on all makes of ratlins. 14 Years Experience Phone 233 Henry S. Werner at Hardaway Appliance Co. eaaram's <y Rickey's Head "Abwc Itfttcr" Viliiit's, llauer ih.m a/Mrownc.l- rMi,,, Coli;,,s. or cockiml.' 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