The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1934 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 11, 1934
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, pCTOBEB 10, 1934 "..'. PER A Program Is Providing Improved Sanitary Facilities BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) gOUhlER NEWS A new type of sanitary outdoor Privy ts gradually replacing the old <S'pe of open outdoor toilet in certain residential sections of Blythe• villa which are without sewer ftt- , cllities. . .• , '. The sanitation program calls for the.gradual replacement of the old unsanitary type of privy until ihe open privy no longer exists as ihe menace to health it Is considered today by health Authorities! The local program Is.part of a state-wide program backed by the U. s. public health service, o. Shoh- yo of this city is supervisor over the work in Mississippi, Poiusctt, Cross, Crittcjideir and Cralghead counties. He considers the work much further advanced In Blythc- ville than elsewhere in tills district but says that the program is »et- ting underbuy | n oilier, places, principally Manila, Osceola, Leachville, Trumann, Caraway and West Memphis.' : V -••',•'. . .'. , ' . : •', : lieptaccm'eiit of lljc.old typo, privies with the hew-has been undertaken as fas as possible with cooperation of property owners. Forcible methods have Been resorted to on only two occasions. 'However, authorities are prepared to use le gal methods at their disposal to en- force use of the new pit-privies as tlicy proceed. . The privy approved by the U. S. public health service is supplied to the property owner for 111.75.. The cost'includes excavation of, a pit on the property, Installation ;of sealed wooden box In pit and erection of the entire privy unit, house and all, on. the property. It. has a concrete floor, considered milch more sanitary than the old wooden floor type because air tight and more lasting. A' vehl'Is-'provided 1 -and the building has a t|n roof.- Where .the building already '. in use Is considered adequate, 'other 'essential.: parts oi the new privy, are'provided and installed for three dollars. , Approximately, 7? 'of the liiilli have 1 already.'been built Vaiid-ln' stalled In sections',of (he city by ai PER A crew working under the direction of Oscar "Alexander. Mos of the units already histallcd ' arc located In the • siuthcasferh aiid 'southwestern, sections 'of '.the city •A section In the north central area immediately in the rear,6f ; the central ward schools, is the" next In line lor improvement, officials state but legal methods,of enforcing the program there may cause souie de 'laj , PAGE SEVEN Do You Remember Them? Sn>der family of dancm s does a feature of Gentry Brothers shows for jear» is (hcv will appear m BlvthniKe Sliurday Gentiy Brothers Tiained Animals Deserve Applause Jrom time to time some trained ammal is brought before the public that, make's It marvel at what can - nearlj ml} 3 ears experience m the show business Henry B Gentry, founder alid still manager of Gen trj Brothers Show, has taught anl- mah manj tricks But the stunt he thinks is the epitome [ of trun Ing is done b\ two dogs with the show. lliese animals started from either end of i tight wire, approach each other When wilhm' touchlii' distance 1 thej stop to balance per fectlj Then with stead) ncrus the> pass each other on the wire When this trick is done the crowd in the show 'tent is; mute. As the animals pass each other in safety the audiencc'bri.aks into applause The <lo = b bj friendly wn°s nf the tail pro\e thej appreciate this Gentry Brothers JsHow is "that part of the tented world that caters especially, to Jadies and children The performance Is a rap idlj moving picture of trained dogs pomes nnd monkejs These go from one trick to another with the regularity -of a perfectly operating ma chine.. The, show, will visit Blythe- villc Saturday, •; October 13. They will eive a ^niatine'c at 2:30 and d night performance 'at 800 o clock on South Second street, opposite • the laundry.' ' " As - added attractions the this year Coffers -the Powell tioup" of wire walkers and the Steiner Trio of acrobats on horizontal bars. Kapittin, said to 6e a son of Hin Tin Tin. Is a special feature. All know 'Ms achievements In the movies. ' ' " ' : ' Okla. Town Envisions Champion. Cage Team HOLDENVILLE, Okla. (UP) — This town or 1,000 inhabitants may soon have a national championship girls' basketball team, through the help of Terry Walker, wealthy Indian. When the Oklahoma City University. Cardinals, Nprth Atnericnni champions; recently disbanded a'f 1 -^ ter losing to France in the White City Stadium, London, contests, Walker offered to sponsor them. The famous Dunfoixi twins, Vera and Lera. both rcdhalred and over six feel tall, already hre begun practicing for the fall season under Walker's mtj.a'gcment. Others of the team which won the national girls amateur in 1931, again In 1932, and th'en took the International championship by defeating Toronto ^an., are expected to report for" practice within the next few . weeks. son before the primaries were held Wed never name a child for a loser,' the father said' Curley won Experiments conducted Ui ,thp Catholic University of America Washington, D C, tend, to prx>Ve that v smoking dulls man's" sense o' 4 Neyer A Medicine LikeJ^GIy-Cas' IVIr. Haclitej Ha'd Spent All He Had Trjing' to \Get; Well;^ Indigestion, iSore Joints and Bustles, I^etVoilsness 'N o w Cpnquered by the " Glj-Cas I tried everything see'raVnols medical authorities all kinds of medicines—but all in vain unlil I began Gl> Cas,' said Mr", Chrl5 Macklei, 821 East -Mathp^s si Joneibcro Ark ^ t jiyas^advised to MR.: CHRIS MACKLEY- go to a farm, fake thln<"; easj and live : hi the open—I did but even that did not help me Acute attacks of indigestion uere with me continually, bilious, stomach and bowels bloated and my bodj was full of poison Terribly nervous and for 12 months I had my (stomach washed''out twice a day. 1 couM not sleep, my heart palpitated, spit up my fodds.'My kidneys became disordered top and joints and muscles•' became sore- butfinally I: began Gly-Ca.5 and it-has actually..given me a new lease on life. In 30 days time t was feeling the best I had in'years and now I am .relieved • of all that /ormci- suffering. NO similar sufferer should put off ; , trying oi' Cas even for a .single. day." :; . by Klrby-Bros Drug co., this city,.m,d by r " 8 stores 1n Lenox Couple Sure That Jas. M. Curley Would Win . LENOX, Mass. (UP)—Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Cowhig were so certain that former Mayor James M. CurlCy of Boston would win the Democratic gubernatorial nomination that they selected the name Curley cpwhlg for their new-born Dr. \ Floyd P::Howt6iJ, Dentiit •'•; Announces jhe \bpen- of ah .'office fpr-dental- practice in the Lynch buijding: on , ; Soiith. Broadway; ;,' 'V ' ' IWs weak - btginnini jTiwsd COURIER NEWS COOK INC SCHOOL ik h ' § iS? IB08t importa , l ? t > ob of •" • • • lhis ^siness of horn* making! Husband, • father, children, ail your loved ones to be kept happy and.healthy ... and YOU are the one whose skill and >nowledge must keep them so. For you. this Cooking > School has been planned. Truly it is more than a, Cbolong School, it'is a cbnveVt- tkw of home executes, wfjere your problems; difficulties and triumphs in horn* • making will be discussed aod solved and where new ideas will sparkle and enliven \ every minute. . New receipes, menus, new and interesting combination* of foods;and atbac- ^V^V 1 *! T ^tri?"* for P arties and.special;foodt for gaja occasions, a . , • rtal knowledge of menu planning and balancin^the^A-B-C of n^t^Si^oni"' for practical and economical marketing—those are just a few of tire* Win'tUn? , subjects that will, make every minute full of interest for you. ' '•• •-! "; Each dayjs program will be new and different Plan no* to' attend ' t every ' session. Mark the days on your calendar. Aiid bring your notebook^ and pencil. 6 9 o MISS EDNA'M. FERGUSON Her splendid wort in , coaiwj rhrouqhout lh« coqnify has won for K«r a Kgh place in tta regard of »Urt, up-fo-tt». minute home managers. Her eipvienw ai a honw manager and nomo maler, hof«»K, given her a rare understanding and d • deep r - «. • non of the problems that face -ad ho (l .. ...alien today. And not only wiH she tell to yoii, but you will iee each of her recipes worded out before your eyei! Her compfofs demonstrations at eathWion wHI be doubly interesting and etiy fo follow. Tuesday, ^Wednesday, Tluu-sday • '". ' -.''""•i *, V"' 1 !,- . • •.•*-' • v"'. ^and'Fi'iday ''"•;October 16tli, 17tli, 18th, 19th CITY HALL AUDITORIUM Doors Open 1 P. ftl. Lecture at 2 P. M'. ADMISSION FREE Valuable Gifts, Market Baskets, Given Away Daily

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