Friday, November 8, 19f4 HOPE (ARK.) STAIR Henry Criner is 108 IN ATTENDANCE at a recent session of the Nutritional and Recreational Program was Henry Criner who is 108 years-old. Criner who is the father of "seven children, about 10 or 12 grandchildren and about five great grandchildren," was born 1866 in Waldo in Columbia County. Asked that question put to all persons who live over a 100 as to what he attributed his long life to, Criner laughed and said, "I guess it's just from being a good fellow." . _...,.,. Abortion law suggestions made LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The state Medical Board decided Thursday to ask the Arkansas Legislature to substitute an innovative statute letting the board make most of the rules for abortions in the state. Recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings probably have rendered Arkansas' abortion law unconstitutional. Eugene R. Warren of Little Rock, the board's attorney, suggested the approach. He said he believed it would become a model for other states. Warren said differing interpretations of the Supreme Court rulings would make it difficult to write a statute that definitely could stand constitutional tests if the legislature tried to set out every detail of acceptable abortion procedure in the law. Warren concluded that the best approach would be for the legislature to set out relatively broad guidelines, quoting Supreme Court rulings as much as possible. The legislation would specify that the Medical Board would be the one to set out the details, in the form of regulations. The broad outlines would provide that only physicians holding valid Arkansas licenses could perform abortions in the state and that no advertising for abortion services offered either in or out of the state would be permitted in Arkansas. During the first three months of the pregnancy, all decisions about an abortion would be solely between the woman and her doctor. From the end of the first three months to the time of viability of the fetus, the Medical Board would establish procedures "reasonably related to maternal health and consistent with good medical practices," Warren said. After the fetus became viable, the regulations would be Helene Thimig VIENNA (AP) - Actress Helene Thimig, 85, the widow of stage director Max Reinhardt, died in a Vienna hospital Thursday. Although she was also known in tne United States, Miss Thimig appeared on stage most often m Austria and Germany. "consistent with good medical practices" but prohibit abortions except for the "preservation of the life or health of the mother." Under this approach, Warren said, the law itself could remain constitutional even if one of the regulations itself were found unconstitutional. —Shop in Hope. A place ' to play, eat, talk Able to serve 64 hot lunches a day, the Senior Citizens' Nutritional an4 Recreational program is supported by state funds, and its parent agency is the Southwest Arkansas Developmental Council, Inc. Based in the community center located in City Park, the program offers recreation ; including table games and liquid embroidery. The program is designed to fight loneliness, boredom and insufficient nutrition in people . 60 and older. "Mrs. Frank Kelly is site director at the City Park community center and oversees the programs that are carried on at the site. County director is Mrs. Lena Tyus. Those eligible for the program are those people who are 60 years or older. Applicants are taken before a screening committee who then decide on the application. Income and race play no factor in the decision making: If an applicant is found to have adequate nutrition in his own .home, but lacking for companionship and activities, then he may be allowed to join the program. 'The program with it's activities runs five days a week. Cooper sues UA officials LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Dr. Grant Cooper, a self-styled Communist, filed a lawsuit Thursday, charging that his University of Arkansas-Little Rock teaching contract was canceled last by by UA officials in violation of his constitutional rights to freedom of speech and association. Cooper, a former assistant history professor at UALR, filed the suit in U.S. District. Defendants are UALR Chancellor G. Robert Ross; Fred ' 'Williams/ chairman of the UALR History Department, and members of the UA Board of Trustees—Fred Pickens, Richard S. Arnold, Hugh Chambers, Preston Hathcock, Charles Kemp, Raymond Miller, Louis Ramsay, Roy Ritter, George Shankle and Robert Shults. family center 600 N. HERVEY ST. - HERVEY SQUARE OPEN 9-9 MON. THRU SAT. ALL BICYCLES 20% OFF VALUES TO $ 119" PLUS ADDED BONUS 15%- On all new christinus lay- aicavs. Tit is excludes sale m ercliandise. Offer good *one day only Saturday, Nov.9th Senior Citizens doing their' Page Five i i ". r" - 4 PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS take advantage of the activities available as they are shown doing liquid embroidery and knitting. Able to serve 64 hot lunches a day, the Senior Citizens'. Nutritional and Recreational Battistellas break up —Hope (Ark.) Star photo by Koger Head Program operates out of the community center located in City Park. Call No. 491 Charter No. 10579 National Bank Region No. 8 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Annabella Battistella, 38, the former stripper involved with Rep. Wilbur Mills in the Tidal Basin incident, says her marriage has broken up since the episode. But the curly-haired brunette, here Thursday to tape a Mike Douglas show as part of a publicity tour, claimed the Oct. 7 incident had nothing to do with her marital problems. She did say that her ex-husband Eduardo was "very uncomfortable" about the public attention she has received. He is living in Argentina. Police said they hauled Mrs. Battistella out of Washington's Tidal Basin in Washington the night of Oct. 7 after they stopped Mills' car. Officers said Mills, who was not driving, had been drinking and his glasses were broken. She said the party of several persons, including herself and Mills, had been to a private party and they were on their way home when they were stopped. She was the only intoxicated person, she said. The Arkansas Democrat, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, was elected last Tuesday to his 19th consecutive term. He said his wife had missed the party because she was at home with a broken foot. "She told me later she'd never miss another party, no mat- Icr what," Mrs. Battistella said. In the past four weeks Mrs. Battistella, once billed as "the Argentine firecracker," said she has had offers to appear on television shows and at clubs in New York and Boston. She described herself and Mills as "very good friends" and said she and her husband had played bridge with Mills and his wife. Alexander M. Bickel NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Alexander M. Bickel, 49, a Yale ( University law, professor who was considered one of the nation's foremost authorities on the Constitition, died Thursday of cancer. The smallest fish in the world is the goby, only one-half-inch long when mature. It is found in a lake in the Philippines. MEMBER F.D.I.C; NATIONAL RANK OF HOPE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9th SANTA'S SPECIALS CONVENIENT WAYS TO BUY . T G &Y. REVOLVACCOUNT • LAY-AWAY . BANKAMERICARD • CASH • MASTER CHARGE CREDIT I.... SAVE VHiiPl CLEARANCE ON....7 DRAPES-BLOUSES,. UNFINISHED FURNITURE. TOYS PANTS SHIRTS.., HARDWARE AND FABRIC REMNANTS PRICES REDUCED 1 /^ AND O MORE! COME AND EN JOY THE SAVINGS OF THE STORE1 SPECIALS ANNOUNCED EVERY 30 MINUTES THROUGHOUT THE DAY. (LIMITED WHILE QUANTIES LASTS) REPORT OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE CITIZENS NATIONAL HANK OF HOPE, ARKANSAS IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON OCTOBER 15, 1974 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER TITLE 12, UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 161. ASSETS Dollars Cts. Cash and due from banks (including $152,442.30 unposted debits) $4,006,1550.89 U.S. Treasury securities 2,324,935.00 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 998,535.85 Obligations pf States and political , , . ; , Ju ,.,^ f , , "subdivisions V, '..,' :.'-,':,.;.. ,, ;. 7ifl38,44h«4" Other securities (including Federal Reserve corporate stock) 74,550.00 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 2,800,000.00 Loans 18,323,103.37 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 381,688.23 Real estate owned other than bank premises 30,000.00 Other assets 517,911.02 TOTAL ASSETS $37,395,816.20 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $10,695,264.32 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 18,282,707.88 Deposits of United States Government 212,581.87 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 2,939,853.92 Deposits of commercial banks 259,504.19 Certified and officers' checks, etc. $142,254.83 TOTAL DEPOSITS $32,532,167.01 (a) Total demand deposits $12,928,994.57 (b) Total time and savings deposits $19,603,172.44 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase $75,000.00 Other liabilities $755,319.69 TOTAL LIABILITIES $33,362,486.70 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulings) $312,540.76 TOTAL RESERVES ON IX3ANS AND SECURITIES $312,540.7* CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital-total $3,720,788.74 Common Stock-total par value 485,000.00 No. shares authorized 97,000 No. shares outstanding 97,000 Surplus 2,000,000.00 Undivided pro fits 1,235,788.74 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 3,720,788.74 TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $37,395,816.20 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date $31,603,970.92 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date $18,305,295 I, Mitchell I.aGrone, President, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. Mitchell l.aGrcne President We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. Jewel Moore, Jr. W. R. Routon George W. Robinson $20,000.00 Maximum Insur.T For Each Depi»; ' Member of Federal '•'
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