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* --MOtTllWUT AIKANSAS 1MB. favttHvMo. AitaMo* Friday, September S, ItSI India May Not Replace Unit In Korean War ; Nehru Decision To Bring Medics Home : Reported By Aide out, there was general disappointment In military circles that India was breaking it« only link with Iho U. N. military command. India's active support of the Korean campaign virtually ended when U. N. troops crossed the 38th parallel. Nehru hart warned such aciion would spread the conflict. More recently the Indian prime minister has criticized the U. N. bombing attacks on North Korea during the Iruce negotiations. Diamond Hunt -\To Be Made M»w Dtlhl, India - (/Pi - A highly-placed source said today tha fndli'i cole contribution to the T j-j ·/ United Nations forces In Korea-- | f // DYAZll the 300-man Indian Army medical | Unit--will be called home In November and won't be replaced. Bureau Apparently Glad To Get Kreisler Case Settled, Even For Portion Of Claim Beirtonville PHot r (apt. Robert McAnelly, Reported Killed In Raid Over Pyongyang I I The decision, the source said, 4 wi« made by Prime Minister Jaw( aharlal Nehru. Nehru and other · leaden ef his government have * frequently crltlclred the U. N. campaigns against the North Ko- Wen and Chinese Communists. ; The Indian parachute medical battalion hat won high honors for A graduate of the University is lo Korea. It had been presumed here a similar group Trould be assigned to continue the ·efvlce when the men now there ejre relieved. .- Failure to replace the ambu- tfnct unit will end India's direct connection with the Korean cam- tarn. I, Defense Ministry officials re- ^iMd to comment on Nehru's rc- -·orted decision, terming it "a political question" -- a matter for the Prime Minister and Fprclgn Affaln Ministry. - Ai word of the action leaked HUDSON TUN! UPT COMPUTf OVMHAUl? SK KM HA11 AT WNmuvt OARACI men will miles i n l n n d to using his master's degree knowl- cdge-of geology in a pursuit somewhat different from many 1 i;oology graduates. He is looking for a fortune In diamonds In the wild mountains of the Interior of Brazil. Allen Wood, .1.1, nl North Little Rock, left Arkansas several days for Brazil, where he and two weed about 400 the Pakarima Mountains. The party will search for a l l u v i a l diamonds in creek beds and at the base of the mountains, which are inactive volcanoes. The area they will explore is an unmarked jungle infested with dangerous animals and without civilized settlements. They will be in the jungle, without contact with civilization, for eight months Wood heard reports in Brazil while he was employed in Arkansas bauxite fields by the Reynolds Mining Company. He made one trip to the. South American country but was unable to complete his search because of monsoon rains. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gu ii cttcvllle. iuy nd It. Logan, North Little flock, Is a former resident of Fay- BOWL FOR PLEASURE Mm Benton Bowline Fjnn--Adv r OPEN Saturday Night September 6th Springdale Roller Rink Skating Nightly, , 7 to 10 p.m. Sundays 2 to 5 p.m. Come in for Healthful Enjoyable Skating for All Ages Washlngton-MVFrltz Kreisler, world-famed violin virtuoso, anc his wife settled tax claims amount- Ing to $1.384,513 in 1944 for $395,000, the Bureau of Internal Rev enue disclosed today. The bureau quoted the Vienna- born violinist as saying he had no intention of defrauding the gov. crnment, but became involved in the case through Innocent error, bad advice, and his own complicated affairs. Officials said the compromise . was accepted because of the age of the case, the complex nature of the government's proof, Krelsler's stock market losses, and deductions he was entitled to but had not listed. The case was brought to light under which current compromise tax settlements are automatically reported, and old cases disclosed upon requests giving specific names. The bureau's voluminous file on the case indicated that the government was somewhat dazzled by its encounter with the great artist, arid that Kreisler lived up to the best artistic tradition in knowing practically nothing about his prosperous bi alb* nc iut tan.igled affairs. Kreisler said he had always depended upon advisers, adding: "I have not the slightest commercial aense." His wife, Harriet, told the bureau: "He knows nothing, nothing: he can only fiddle, fiddle, fiddle." During the years for which the government claimed tax deficiencies jointly by Kreisler and his wife they lived abroad as nonresident aliens. They were in this country only during such times as Kreisler played here. Since then both have become American citizens. Vrairie Grove The Prairie Grove Lion's Club met Tuesday evening at Vinson's cafe. Ray Cornwell, president, oresldcd at * short business meet- Ing. There were 21 members and four visitors prenent. Dr. Leslie Wright manager of the Veteran's Hospital «t Fayetteville, spoke on the blood bank; Dr. Jeff Baggett, Hubert Keene. and the Rev. O. C. Bldwell were placed on a committee to make plans for the blood mobile's visit to Prairief Grove. The P. T. A. held its first meeting of the '52-'53 school year Wednesday afternoon at the grade school auditorium. Mrs. Jack Cook, president, presided at the business meeting. Reports of the committees and officers were given. Ray Cornwell, superintendent, Introduced the new tcacheri. Mrs. Wlllard Brooks was in charge of the program. The Rev. G. C. Bidwell led the devotional, and Mrs. J. Frank Holmes led group sing- Ing. Mrs. D. E. Reiff gave a talk on p. T. A. membership. The first and l l t h grades had the greatest per cent of their parents present. A reception for the new teachers were given during the social hour following the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Gray of Seattle, Wash., are visiting Mr. Gray's grandmother, Mrs. Jim Stricklcr, and other relatives. Grover McCormick entertained at a chicken dinner Monday noon at the Chicken House in Springdale. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. MADt WITH THE COOPOATION OF THE F.B.I. Undercover Espionage 1 WALK EAST ON BEACON stoning GEORGE MURPHY VIRGINIA OILMOKi - UNLAY CUMIE COOL E t A I Aff DOUBLE PALACE FEATURE A IAUGH RIOTI "You're Not So Tough" DEAD END KIDS ·TRIAL AND CARTOON Adults 30c till T m i I TONITE It ROYAL SATURDAY 'TEXAS TERRORS OMITOOX -- PLOT -- SERIAL "BEYOND THE BORDER" mo Ml mi. 11:41 SAT. U A R K JOSEPH COTTEN .· IHF MJH W,-H A CLOAK ENDS TONITE STARTS SAT. OPEN 12:45 SAT. k SUN. SEE WHAT THEY THINK AIOUT THIS UNUSUAL PICTURE! 1 1 Endorsed by National American legion · Awarded Special Mtrit Award by PARENT'S Magi · ·railed by Civic Groups, Religious organization! and educator*! FILMED WITH A CAST ·f ACADEMY AWARD "SEE IT FIOM THE BEGINNING" T* derive tho fulloet (MttlMo value and on|oymenl from MY SON JOHN, H Ii advltaMe that thfe vnfqiM dim be C. B. Moblcy and Mr. and Mrs Floyd Swanson, all of Arlington, Va.; Mrs. Paul Lawrence and children of Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio. Texas; and Mrs. E. H. Cook and Mrs. .1. Frank Holmes, both of Prairie Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coulter, Jr., have returned to their home in Elizabeth, N. J., after a visit with Mrs. Coulter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garrett. Enroute home they stopped in Joplin, Mo., to visii Mr and Mrs. Molt Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kolands of Tulsa, Okla., spent Sunday with Mr. Rolands' mother, Mrs. Nora Rolands. Mrs. Bcrnie Crawford of Tulsa, Okla., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Herbert Durham, and Pat Durham. Mrs. Ivy Tale and Mrs. Harry Delap gave an ice cream party at the home of Mrs. Delap Tuesday night, honoring Ivy Tale on his 73 birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Russcl Tale, Mr. and Mrs. Max Tate and daughter, Mr. »nd Mrs. Homer Tate and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cann, and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Tate and daughter of Muskogee, Okla. A back-to-school picnic was held Monday evening at the Illinois River with the following present: Nadine Neal. Bill Ramsey, Sue Wilson, Bill McKee, Kathryne Bldwell, Charles Stills, Coretta Wilson, Ronnie Allen, Marilyn Wilson, James Cosby, Anita Tunnel!, and Wayne Hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mobley, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Swanson of Arlington, Va., left Wednesday af- cr a short visit wth Mrs. Mob- ey's sister, Mrs. E. H. Cook. The local schools opened Monday for the '52-'53 session with an enrollment of 438. Ralph Blazicr has returned to Oklahoma City, Okla., after spending a few days in Prairie Grove. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wctzel have returned to their home in Byron, Calif., after an eight-day visit with their daughter, Mrs. Victor Hart and family. They were accompanied to Prairie Grove by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wctrcl. who visited the Harts, and Mrs. Dick Wetzel's mother, Mrs. Essie Clayton. BcntonvilIe-(SpecIal)-Capt. Robert McAnelly, 36, of Bentonville, was killed in action August 30 when his B-29 medium bomber went down in Communist-held territory in Korea, his wife, Mrs. Terry Willis McAnelly, has been informed by the Department of Defense. Captain McAneily, a reserve officer recalled to active duty after the outbreak of the Korean War, was pilot and aircraft commander of a B-29 bomber. He was flying his ninth Korean War mission, taking part in a major raid of Pyongyang, when his plane was lost. Shortly before the crash Captain McAnelly reported by radio that he was in trouble. Born in Numa, Iowa; Captain McAnelly was graduated from high school at Big Sandy, Mont., and attended George Washington University. Washington, D. C. He moved to Bentonville in 1933, and in 3940 was married to the former Miss Terry Willis of Harlan, Ky. A veteran of World War II. Captain McAnelly served from February, 1943, to November, 1945, and was awarded the' Silver Star, the Distinguished Flying Cross with cluster, the Air Medal with 12 clusters, and the French Croix de Guerre with palms. He flew 43 combat missions as a B-17 Flying Fortress pilot, and 36 missions as I a fighter pilot in the European Theatre. [ Following his discharge, Captain McAnelly was employed as a field man by the Kraft Foods Company until he v.-as recalled to active duty in October, 1951. At the time of his i death he was stationed at Yokota, New York - W) - For tonight: NBC - 7 Hit Parade; 7:30 Bob; and Ray; 8 Mario Lanza; 8:30 i Music by Mantovani; 9:15 Words j in Night. ; CBS - 7 Musicland USA; 8 Big | Time; 8:30 Steve Allen; 9:05 Cap- [ itol Cloakroom. ABC - 7 Top Guy; ;7:30 This is FBI; 8:30 Ice Follies. MBS - 7 Symphonic Strings; 7:30 Grade Fields; 8:05 Magazine i Theater. Shortly after the United States b e c a m e independent, Negroes formed one-fifth of the population,, but the proportion of Negroes in the U.S. population has declined since that time until today the Negroes are about one-tenth of the population. KGRH niDAT EVENING 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 1:30 Newt 5:45 Ozark Sporti Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL Pittsburgh Pirates Vs. St. Louis Cardinals 10:15 Platter Party 10:30 Platter Party I 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off SAnrtDAT HOENINO 5:30 Rite 'N Shin 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 8:35 Rise :!' Shine 7-00 Minutei by Mutic 7:30 Mornin.. News 7:45 Organ Reveries 1:00 After Breakfast 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary 9:00 Kiddles Hit Parade 1:30 News 9:45 Serenade In Blue 10:00 Mew Record Releases 10:30 Here's To Vets 10:45 Guest Star 11:00 Proudly We Hall 11:30 Church of Chrl.t 11:45 News at Noon ·ATUKDAT APRBNOON 11:00 Man on the Farm 12:30 BASEBALL Game of the Day S:00 Swing Session 1:10 Mack McGulre 4:00 Dancing by tht Va 4:30 Dancing by the Sea 4:45 Muiical Fill .1:00 Smllry Whltley 3:30 Preiton Seller* 1:41 Peawee Haoa* Japan, near Tokyo. In addition to his wife, Captain McAnelly b survived by his daughter, Margaret, of the home, and one brother, Hudson McAnelly of Bentonville. Department Store Sales Show Rise In Week St. Louis-W)-A 10 per cent gain ii department store sales of the Eighth Federal Reserve District lest week, as compared with last year, was attributed lo seasonal promotions. . .District sales during the past four weeks totaled five per cent more than in the like period of 1951. Sales during this period ranged from no change in Memphis, Tenn., to a gain of eight per cent in Little Hock, Ark. Gains last week were 12 per cent in Louisville, Ky., and Little Rock, 11 per cent in the St. Louis area, five per cent in Memphis, and six per cent in seven smaller cities. Areo Gets 655,000 Chicks During Week Hatcheries and dealer? placed 053,000 broiler chicks with producers in Northwest Arkansas during the week ended August 30, the state Crop Reporting Service said today. This is eight per cent fewer than In fht previous weet Of the total, 449,000 chick* were hatched in the area ant 210,000 were shipped in. There were J8.000 chicks shipped out of the area. Eggs set during the week were down six per cent from the previous week. Keep «p with the time*-- read (be TIMES daily. TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED Buy Youri From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP Keet ·» witb we ttnue--read in* Tlmea ·niltr lM»n MM On* "A" Drirr Birm Hit MONEY DOWN Eaqr Itoirtlriy DYKE LUMBER CO. Ml ft Chnlea TO THE MUSIC OF GIL STACY'S COMBO 9:30-12:30 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 AND STARMACK TRIO 10:00-12:00 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 AT BUBBLE CLUB Hgh. 71 N. Finest Donee Floor in N.W. Ark. Tonite Saturday Here't One With Plenty of Action k- it ADDED FUN * + Pony Miniature Rides * Golf Kiddies Playground **Phoii.3103** NEW CITY BUS SCHEDULE Daily Except Sunday; Effective Saturday, Sept. 6 City Buses Will Cover Over 100 Additional Blocks of Fayetteville. More Service for High School and Grade Students on School Runs From All Parts of City WEST MAPLE-GARLAND-LEVERETT Ltirtl tht Squire at 15 Min. till and 15 Min. afltr tht hour, «:1S a.m. Jo «:45 p.m. Via N. Block, W. Dickson. North West Ave.. W. Maple, N. Garland, returning 2 Min. till and 28 Min. after) via W. North St.. Leverett. Douglas. N. Garland, W. Maple, N. West Ave., Dickson. N. Sist St. Bus goes out Garland as far as U. of A. Farm on trips leaving the Square at 7:45 a.m.. 3:45 p.m. 4:45 p.m.. and on all trips leaving the Square at 15 Min. after the hour except at 4:15 p.m. See school schedule for rout* changes at that time. SCHOOL SERVICE--Bus returning from North Garland at 7:58 passes near Leverett School and then goes directly to New High School via Stadium Road, returning to Square via Duncan and W. Center. Bus leaving Square at 8:15 a.m. goes directly to High School via W. Center and Duncan, resuming regular route at N. Garland and Maple, except for detour past Junior High on return trip. Bus leaving Square at 3-45 pm goes directly to Junior High and High School via W. Center St. and then to North Garland, continuing regular route The Northbound bus passing Leverett School at 3:25 p.m. will be convenient lor students far out on N. Garland. VETERANS' HOSPITAL Ltarei Squirt at 30 Minulti afltr tht hour. 5:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Via N. Colltgt Si., arriving at north city limits on Highway 71 at 20 Min. till the hour. Goes through Veterans Hospital grounds at 10 Min. till the hour on way back to Square. SCHOOL SERVICE--Special school bus leaves north city limits on Highway 71 at 7:55 a.m. and after going as far as the railroad tracks on Elm St. in Green Acres resumes on 71 Highway to North St.. Woolsey to City Park, Trenton, N. College, Washington School, Highland Ave., arriving at Square at 8:15 a.m. and then going to High School via W. Dickson, N. West St., W. Maple and Stadium Road. Leaves High School at 3:45 p.m., using same route as in the morning. Northbound,Veterans' Hospital bus passes Washington School at 3:33 p.m. The Veterans' Hospital bus passes within 2 blocks of Catholic School, northbound reaching College and Lafayette at 25 Min. till and Southbound reaching there at 5 Min. till. FAIRGROUNDS Lt»Tti Square on 'iht hour. 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Via N. Block, W. Dickson, S. Duncan, Trcadwcll, S. Hill, Highway 62, turning around at city limits and returning to the Square via S. 6th (Formerly 3rd St. and S. College Ave. Tcrrv Village bus will also go to Fairgrounds on trips leaving the Square at 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. SCHOOL SERVICE--Buses leaving the Square at 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. will go past new City High School on way to Fairgrounds. Clip This Bus Schedule and iav« for raftranct until regular schtdulos arc printed. TERRY VILLAGE Leans Squirt at half afttr tht hour. 6:30 a.m. lo 6:30 p.m. Via N. Block, W. Dickson, N. West St.. W. Lafayette, Arkansas Ave., W. Maple, N. Garland back to W. Dickson, Duncan, High School on Stone, Virginia Ave.. Stadium Road, Terry Village, returning US till the hour) via Sunset Drive, West of Stadium), W. Maple, Campus Drive. W. Dickson and N. East St. Buses leaving Square at 6:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. turn south at High School to Fairgrounds, passing Terry Village only on west side on return trip. SCHOOL SERVICE--Terry Village bus passes High School every hour during the day at approximately 13 Min. till the hour. MISSION STREET Ltavn Square on th« hour. 7:00 a.m. lo S:00,p.rn., via N. College, E. Lafayette, N.- Walnut, Johnson, Olive, Rush Drive, Mission Drive to Wire Road. Returns to Square via Mission Drive, W. Lafayette and N. College. On morning and afternoon school runs, also at 9:1)0 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. route will be extended to Fail-view Cemetery on Highway 45. SCHOOL SERVICE--Mission bus leaves cemetery at 8:12 am., traveling regular route,-except detour on Assembly Road to E. Maple, passing Catholic School. Washington School, arriving at Square at 8:30 a.m. Same bus goes on to High School. Bus leaves High School at 3:45 p.m. and after stopping at Square same bus covers same Mission school route. Mission bus leaving Square at 3:00 p.m. will pass Washington School to pick up small children getting out early,, · ' ' ... HUNTSVILLE STREET Lear« Square at 7:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m.., 9:00 a.m.. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., S p.m. C pm. Via E. Rock, Mill Ave., Huntsville St. (Highway 16 East) to Drake's Store, returning at 10 Min. after the hour via Wood Ave., Sixth St., Wilson Ave.. Seventh St., S. Washington. Bus turns around at Ella St. 118 Min. after the hour) and returns north on S. Washington to Seventh, Jefferson School. College Ave. to Fourth, then west as far as Church, back to Sixth St., going to Square via S. School .and W. Center. SCHOOL SERVICE--Students on this route can go direct to Jefferson school, Junior High and the new high school without trai.sferring. Returning from high school at 3:50 same bus also make entire trip. SOUTH 71 HIGHWAY LtaTK Squart at 7:30 a.m., 1:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m.. 4:30 p.m.. 5:30 p.m. Via W. Mountain, S. School, Highway 71 South as far south as Purdy's Store on all runs except those leaving Square at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., which go as far as Greenland. The 3:30 bus returns to Square via high school. . SCHOOL SERVICE--Bus from South 71 passes Junior High and arrives at Square to connect with Huntsville bus passing Jefferson school at 8:20 a.m, At 3:20 Huntsville bus passes Jefferson school to make connections with the S. 71 bus leaving at 3:30. High school students cnn make connections with the 8:00 a.m. Fairgrounds bus, returning in the afternoon on the 4:00 p.m. bus which connects with the 4:30 p.m. S. 71 bus. Afternoon junior high bus rider can catch their bus at the Square only a short distance from that school. For the convenience of ridora In identifying butet a* Iho Square, Ihoro will bo, in addition lo tho identification ilgni on tho front of each but, a largo number in one of the right hand window* indicating tho route*, ai follows: No. 2, Welt Maple, North Garland and Levorett; No. 3, Veteran's Hospital and Fairgrounds; No. 4, Tarry Village o-J Minion Street; No. 5, Hunhvllle and Highway 71 South. University City Transit Co. P. 0. IOX 244 PHONE 70

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