Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 6, 1952 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 6, 1952
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.Public Figure .Charged With Embezzlement New Jersey Civic Leader To Face Grand Jury Action · Perth Amboy, N. J,-(/P)-A banker described as a pillar of respectability in the community is accused of embezzling more than $450,000. ·' The complaint against William C. Horley, 50, entered yosterdaj by the First Bank and Trust C.nrn p'any,- where he was vice jnresiden 'at an. $8,500-a.-year salary. Middlesex County Prosecuf Alex Eber said early today tho a series of bad investments en gulfed Horley, whom he referred ;to as "very" generous man. He liked to help people. He made personal loans with bank funds." Horley, married and the father .of three children, .took an active part in civic affairs. He is former chairman of the Community Chest, a Red Cross director, head ·of a fund-raising campaign for the Boy Scouts, and a warden of St Peter's Episcopal Church. Eber said that in order to cover «p for the shortages resulting from bar! loans, Horley took some o f - t h e bank's money and speculated In the stock market. This stock market dabbling also turnec sour «nd Horley found himscll deeper end deeper in the red, the prosecutor said. Approximately $150,000 of the 4ms may be recovered, he said MOtTHWMT AHUMSAI TUMI. UUGH our "I now own two other cars, but the fight in our family is for the Rambler, particularly for its case of hanr dlingand parking."--/?. L. McCoy, Springfield, Mo. "In my Nash Rambler Station Wagon I travelled 3,200 miles and used less than i 00 gallons of gas."-Max Miller, Wendell, Idaho. "You Nash people have ' . turned out the best car on the road in the Rambler. This is THE car for town and H i g h w a y . " -- Sam Pearce, Sea/lie, Wash. "The Rambler has PULL! Passes all the cars on the road in m o u n t a i n trips. Never seen anything like it for maneuverability !'%- A.R.ratton, Fl.Cullimfala. Oft. mi, Kn' ( r "I liked the part best when you bought three tail of popcorn," * Mtmm. j. Jtoy fc IM Springdale Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Samuel of Meadow Avenue left Monday morning for a week's vacation at Lake Norfolk. Their daughter. Council, installed the new officers. They »re: Mr«: Herman Call- co president, Mrs: Ted Saum vie* president, Mrs. R. J. Loyd, tary.nnd Mrs. W. 0. Wood, trenj urer. The sixth, grade mothers were in charge of the nocifll hour MaTtae"wiif spcnd'Yhe week" with j »" ri refrcshmBliU were served Mr. Samuel', parents, Mr. nncl Washington School will present Mrs. Charles Samuel of Clittv. ! " n , o| '5 retclil cnl '^ cd S| .VTM. Wh "° Sunday was babies day at the ! » mi the Seven Dwarfs, Vrodnej- First Baptist church in Sprint-dale, day niaht at the new high .chool All babies from one year and un- all(Jlto " um - J der were in the worship service j ,,, ..~ M ~ Sunday mornlna and a dedication I ^ _ , - ,-service was held. The church plans ! f-1111ft C 1)1110 to make this an annual affair. f l '"'*· f'JW-P The Hinrisvllle Horn? Demon- Mrs. Edgar C. Wood of Sprlne- dale has received word that h e r , husband, Colonel Wood, has been! !tratlo n Club met with Mrs. Lloyd assigned to a corps .headquarters Lmcbargor Fririay. There were old in Korea as an air officer. members, three new members snrt They will make txttnelvt repairs before movln* to '.heir new home. Miss Iris Reed of Fort Smiln ·nd Ml« Rachel Reed of Fayettf- ville were weekend nue«ls of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Heed, . Mr. and Mrs. Nolen Chnppptl and family vlslied relatives in Harrison Sunday. Ferrel Knnlrs visited his mother, Mrs. "Sis" Knolr.i at the PrMrlo lltMn ·· lh« NtWS, Grove Hoipital Sunday. She (·»» I ! been there several days for eb-i servallon and probable .turMry. . Mrs. Dan Davit in entertaining I I friends with a party Monday a f - ' }ternoon. ; !f* Build Hmpltal ! Mem|hiii-Wj-Cnn.«lruf.ion of a j M-sIory, 5',i million 'lollar addl- I lion to the Bapt':«l Kospil.-il ·.'.·ill start In November, Walti.. Chand- 'wtckdcy, at 7s«» AM, l«r. chairman af Uu IMP*] I'luory CommJtUt bu »j EVERYTHING : ' ·· M nUMMNO «fW lUffim FAYETTIVILLI IRON ami METAL CO, OOVMMMMT AW, OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO. the Eunice Sunday ^rrTn ^^TM^TM^^^ TM« ^^^^^^^i^^^T^ ·ntertainment. Co-hostesses were j n c r " «' , » n ji '· r " II "j lc ' ^^^^^v^l^^^S^^ The Sprlngriale Bluff Ceme- I , demonstration and talk on the tery Association met Monday a f - I (.,,,.(, O f , nP skin n r f r n ,hment :crnoon at 3 o'clock at the public wnre srrvpr j by tn( , hostess The Buy Year Window Fan How adding that the embezzling operation began about three years ago. "It doesn't seem at the present time that any of this tremendous amount of money was either used for him or hij family," said Ebcr. Earlier, Horlcy'j attorney entered an innocent plea for his client, who said he didn't pocket the smallest amount of the money. Free in 825,000 bail, Horsey awaits action by the county Grand Jury. At an emergency meeting of the )ank directors yesterday, he said he was "too dazed to think. This it happened so last. I'll do what- Hew Giant Helicopter Undergoes Test Flight Phlladelphia-(Pj-A new helicopter described as the largest and most versitile yet built for the military services staged a trial run for the benefit of the public at Philadelphia Airport yesterday. A pilot put the large tindem- motor craft, known as the YH-21 Work Horse, throuKh such maneuvers as backward and sideways flight, hovering and sharp climbs and descents. The new ship can carry a 14,000- pound load and fly at 125 miles per hour. Its 20-foot tab'.n can ac- ever I can." No irregularities were found in he last check of the bank's accounts by state and federal re- -.....- erve officials on October 3, 1951. TMmmodate 20 fully equipped sol- The bank's loss is fully covered by ! d l c r s or tne "**«« of 12 wounded nsurance, and depositors, were n 'en ' issured that their money waif safe and would be unaffected. Horley, employed by the bank iince 1937, when it was organized, lad been "a widely respected res- dent of the community," bank di- octors said. D rograms on Air · New York-(ff")-Tuning tonight: Japan Hopes Russians Will Return To USSR Tokyo -W)- A Foreign Office Spokesman today said Japan .presume! that Soviet officials in Tokyo soon will return to. Russia. He added that Japan will not NBC^T Cavalcade; 7:30 Barrie dem * nd their ' e P» rtl - r «- Iraig; 8 Boh Hope; 8:30 Fibber ,, *" made , lhe , c ?, mmenl ,iL n ?u'" nd Molly; 9 Eddie Center; 9:35 limn8 J«P»n'« relations with other Han Called X countriei at the ftrat .Torelgn Of- CBS--7 People Are Funny; 7:30 and Mrs. North; 8 Life with i; 8:35 Lineup; 9:30 Wax- vorks. , .. ABC--7 Newsstand Theater; 7:30 Cathi TJorrisj 8 Town Meeting; S:30 Uniled or Not. MBS--7 Black Museum; 7:30 Dr. Kildare; 8:05 Detective Drama; B:30 Mysterious. Traveler. fice news conference since .Tapcn regained Independence a week afn. The Rutsiani were in Japan during the Allied occupation because of their memberihlp on the Allied Council for Japan. The council went out of Lustnfccg with the closinf of occupation headquarters. An outsiandini flavor--Junge'i Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tt Kee ·» with Ik* toin i«a« Ike TlniM «aUy. ibrary building with Mrs. L. M. liggs in charge of the business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Creed and Mrs. Dallas Smith of West End Street visited in Eureka Springs, Harrison, and other towns over the weekend. Mm. Elmo Samuol entertained with a picnic Bupper Saturday night at 7:30 in honor of Miss Doris DuVault, Baptist state young people's secretary who was visiting in Springdale. Those present were: Mrs. L. M. Hlggs, Mrs. Robert Harms, Mrs. Bill Bailey, Mrs. Lewis T5pley and M~j. Stanley Jordan. Miss DuVault returned to Little nock Sunday night. Frankie Joan Ileddlng, daughter of Mrs. Ed Gill of Sprincdalc, has been elected to membership in Beta Gamma Sigma, national June meeting will be with Mrs, Stella E. Mnson. The CoIbauBh Home Demonstration CHih met »t the home of Mr. and Mrs. George C.irr for a covered dish supper on Monday to observe National Home Demonstration Week. Members of Ihefr families were guests, Tho club will hold their regular meeting with Mrs. Leonard Gosvener on May 7th. ' Joe Sharp is recovering from a recent illness. John H. Johnson and d?)Ufihter, Miss Gayle. were in Bcrryvllle Saturday on businrss, C. L. Miller of Fort Smith Is visiting his son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Linebar- ir. Mrs. Anna MrCarver nf Tulsa visited in the home of her parents. scholarship organization at the ! Mr. and Mrs. Hoss Starnes, Hun- University of Arkansas. She is a " senior in the College of Business Administration and had been on the college honor roll for five semesters. A member of Zeta Tnu day. Mrs. Cora Vwughan and Mrs. Curtis Vaushan . are in Omaha, Neb., to be with Mrs. Cora Vanghan'* sister. Mrs. Ella Bain, Alpha, in which she had held sev- I who is seriously ill. Mrs. Bain for- eral offices, she is secretary of the mcrly lived "near Hinrisvilln. Marketing Club, scholarship chair- Hubert Proctor is visiting his man of Phi Gamma Nil and a son-in-law and daughter,,Mr. and member of the Traveler and Guild ] M TM. Robert Tr.cthway of Kanwi Cily, Mo., and attending an American Legion convention. . Mr. and Mrs. Marry Moerchrll have bought the home of Mr. and Ticker staffs. Guests last week In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Carter were Mr. and Mrs. W; E. Carter and Mrs. Hugh R. Carter, both of Little Rock. Mr«. Clay Carter was returned recently from the County Hospital where she had underwent surgery.' Mrs. Albert Hough was In charge of the story hour Saturday in the'Sprlngdale public library. It was held from 10:30 to 11:30 and the time was spenl in lolling storied, record playing and recrc- I ation. The Washington School PTA held iis last meeting of the school year Friday afternoon at the school. Sp^ckil munlc was furn^.h- ed by the rhythm hand dircc'ed by Mrs. Stnck.ird. The devotional service was in chtirs" of Mrs. li. M. Jcrnipnn md the national president's mc-r;;go wrs given by Mrs. Duncan. ?lrs. Bobby Edson, incoming president nf the city PTA . Mrs. Ed Martin in Hlndsvllle. If You're You hove a 3 wot treqt in store for you! P I V O T - T Y P E F A N Blows Air IN! Hows Air OUT! Blows Air UP! Blows Air DOWN! Bij 20-inch lite! Blows cooling air 4 ways: out, in, up and down to five you ptrionalued cooling. Powerful 3-iptfd General Electric motor it Ktled in oil /or life, never needs lubricitinj, Euj to intttll in toy window. With fide exp*nden. Only $1.25 a WEEK! flHHM 1*1 j'HOME OP BETTER VAtUeS*E TUESDAY p. M. 8:00 Dinner Music · 6:15 Starlight Tint 8:30 News 6:45 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL St. Lpuis Cardinals Vs. New York Giants 10:15 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off WEDNESDAV A. M. 5:311 Rise 'r. Shine 5:50 R.F.n. 145(1 0:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather fi:35 Rise N" Shine u will-too! You really haven't "lived" till you drive a Nasii Rambler and get iu wonderful feel! Just for your own good, com*, in and try it. We have 5 new 1932 Rambler models to show you, including the "Country Club" dardtop, Convertible and Station Wagon-- America's smart- ill n«w kind of car I 7:00 Koffec Kup Kapera 7:30 Olasco'News 7:45 Koffce Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert 1-Iurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymni 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take A Number (HI «p|A»A»Olt · THI HAtHMAH THI IAHHM MOWN MOTORS iU W*rt Maintain St. 10:00 Food for Thought IO:1S Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hand! 11:15 Bnuckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup il:5S Market Bepnrt« wiiiNEsnAvlrTrir 12:00 Hymns r' All Churchei 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwaxon JamborM U:*S Hldera of the PurpI* Safe 1:00 3:00 ,1:SO BASEBALL Game ot the Day Swing Sewlon Tune Plck'n Time Tune Plck'n Time ;SO,Tune Plek'n Tin S:00 ,VSO »;5S Green Hornet Wild Bill Hlckok Cacll BrcwT. IT'S AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING WITH T H I N E W I I R V E L GAS REFRIGERATOR SILICT SERVIL WITH ITS PERMACOLD FREEZING SYSTEM GUARANTEE? 10 YEARS ARKANSAS WESTERN GAS H«l*ln| IvlW Mold **4 Will Aikanttt

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