The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1948 · Page 14
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E (AKK.J CUUK1KK Fly-ConfrolWorfc Brings Warning U.S. H M lth S«rvict Citet Ovcr-tmphotif In Anti-Polio Fight Michael Weds Anne A71AHTA, Oa.< June 1«. fup>— Th» U. g. Public Health service wutionsd yesterday against over- etnphaiU on fly-co»(rol during emergency phases of infantile paralysis epidemic*. There simply Is not definite proof that such measures are effective in slopping the crippling disease, department spokesmen said. "A lot of Information has gone out implying thai. Insect control, particularly fly, will prevent polio " said. Dr. R A. Vonderlelir. chief medlcul officer of the Conimiiul- mblt Disease Center. "The Health Service thinks it only fair to state that there Is no fair evidence to completely support that claim at present. On the oilier Hand, there is no evidence to completely Ilirow out the claim." Vonderlelir .said the Heallli Service has been engaged iu insect control experiments in Bdinliurg, Tex., and will publish the re.suli.5 In about a year, after laboratory work i s completed. Tin powerful insecticide DDT is mainly used In the control experiment.*. Observations already obtained, Vonderlelir said, lead'the Health j Service to the "tentative conelu- l B oi"b»n-Pnrinu. "will have little or no effect on the transmission of polio." A recent bulletin from thc Health Service said: "Tlie service does not discourage fly control, rather It encourages inch activity when done on a rational niitl continuing basis. The spectacular work by airplane and ground machines as has been carried on during emergencies,' however, gives an imjustifiert feeling of security and diverts attention from other possible sources of polio spread," Kln K of Konmanlu. imd his brld,-. Princes e.r at the Greek Royal r^arc , n A t llcn5 ia - <N » A ^-•™ n of Officers \ I .,, v I i I he .Nt-!;ro imor-nemjiiihuiioiial I , Ministerial Alliance, in weekl- ses ; islon at the Carter Temple NCRTO ! I : Methodist church Sunday, fj^d ' i?%Sir," ic< " iu!fw '»«»'"«'<»' House Committeemen Threaten to Abolish 'Voice of America' WASHINGTON, June 18. IU1')~ A Congressional committee threatened yesterday to abolish the State Department's, voice of America overseas broadcasts unless they are overhauled to present, nn "accurate picture" ot American lilc. The warning was Included in a preliminary report by a House Executive Expenditures Subcommittee The group recently Investigated charges that Voice broadcasts to latin America libelled the United States. "If this Is not accomplished" the committee said, "the only alternative I 5 to recommend nn amendment or repeal of that portion of the law authorizing the.se international broadnsl.i by the United States government." As,long as they are tniooert. Tshl- tian natives who take off their clothes are not Immodest e final installation ceremonies tie held nt the True u K h( j Church. Thc Rev. B. c . Drown, J pastor of thc Blythcvlllc First Batl- tlst church has been invited to officiate at these ci'remonles. The alliance voled that July nnd I August, would lie dei-olcd to re- > viva! services at the Ni'Bro churches or the Blythr-ville rlislrlrt. IW I, n. Dnycnpoit piradivl over Kun- iiy's meeting, The ui)dcr|,>i-oiiiid tuber of Hie "Did niiin of || U . carlli; a dainty plaint, weighs from 10 to 15 pounds or *\i,r. or SCHOOI BONDS Blythevlll* School uislrkl No. i of Mississippi County, Arkansas, hereby ftlves notice that It will sell • I » public aale to the highest bidder subject to tlie conditions Here- nafter set oul, ati Issue of $317,000 in combined refunding and new construction bonds. The bonds will be daled April 1, 1948, and will mature serially on January 1 of each year as follows: 18,000 In 1950 and 1951 9.000 in 195^ and 1055, inclusive 10.000 In 1S56 to 1362. Inclusive !0,TOO In J9C3 and 1964 1 1.000 In 1905 J 1,500 In I9GG and 19^7 12,000 In |%a 12.500 In 19«9 33,000 111 1970 13,500 In 1971 and 197J H.OOO In 1973 J 4.500 In 1074 15,000 In 1975 and 197» 16.500 In 1977 Bonds Nan. 1 to 92, yolh Inclusive will bear 2',i per cent interest nnd Bonds NOS. 93 to 322, both Indushe will bear a'.i per CC nt interest. Jn- erest will be payable scml-lnnunl- Jy. rtie bonds were aiitliorlwd at a .spec-ial election held in thc District on May a. 1948, at w |,i t 'h time the district, voted a six m ||| building fund tax. The present assessed val- , imtlon of taxable property In the district is $4,370,39]. , The bonds of the new issue will ue cHliaole for payment prior to Maturity in Inverse numerlc.-il or- ' do., In all cases with accrued inter- ' "si. ns follows: If callca tor pny- Ihe years 1956 to 1U59, bo'th^liiclu- slve, at a price of 101 cents on the dollar face value on Jnjiuury i of the years 1900 to ]%s, both \nc\u- sive, nnd thereafter at a price of par on January i of nny year Tile buyer mny have thc rl e ht to name the iriislee and place of paymeul for this is-sue and shnll have the light to convert the bonds to bonds bearing „ lower rate of Interest BUred according to the Universal fiontl Values Tables and subject to the opprovnl of the late Commissioner of Education. The bonds will be sold uixrn the unqualified approving opinion O f lowiiseiKl and Townscnd, attorneys of Little Rock. Arkansas, and the. district will pay for thte opinion and the cast or printing and trus- teeing the bonds. The sale will be held !,,„„ auction bids nt the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. on the 1st day or July. 1818. cs cut the successful bidder docs 1101 complete tlie purcha.se. Checks of utiMiccessiul bidders will be returned promptly. The district reserves the right to reject any and all bids 1-or further Information actdre« Mr William B. Nicholson, Suiierln- tendent of Schools. Wytheville, Arkansas. ml'r^VV," 5 8 <ltly °' Ju ' le ' '•«• IMA 1'HEVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 5 OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS By: Max B. Reid, President «nd: W. L. Homer. Secretary 69-16-23-30 See E. H. FORD Before You DIE! NOW! at FOUNTAINS Everywhere! SPECIAL ON BATTERIES! Kor 30 days Still & Voting Motor Co. i« offering •n excepl tonally hi^h (r»de-i n value on your old Lattery REGARDLKSS OK CONDITION. So don't waif for your present battery to fail, if that battery is over a year nW. bring it j n ^^ and take advantage of this oul standing offer. Buy Now . 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