Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 24, 1976 · Page 3
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1 Severe Weather Sweeps Plains 0.!. N A T I O N A L W t * T H { « J t K V K t , N O A A , U,J, D.I.!. a | C ftarriiWMt Arknti*i« TtMES, Sot., April M, 197» Volkswagen Plans Proceed By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS Intense Uumclcrslonns swept Ihe central and soulhern Plains and portions of the middle Mississippi Valley. Tornadoes were sighted Friday in south central Iowa. Kansas, Nebraska and Texas. Severe thunderstorm watches remain in effect today [or portions of western and central Oklahoma and north central Texas and Tor portions of north central Oklahoma, pastern and south central Kansas and western Missouri/ Other overnight precipitation included rain asu! drizzle from the Dakofas to Michigan and a few thunder shower."5 in Ohio and the lower Mississippi Vat ley,-There also was rain alon the Pacific Coast from Wash I n g t p n - t o extreme northern Cal i form a. · Weather elsewhere aroinu the nation was dry under clear to partly cloudy skies, Cooler a i r - o v e r the Hockies has been spreading i n.t o th Union Approves Plant norther central Plains. Overnight, a few spots in the northern Rockies dropped below freezing. Temperatures loday will he warm in the south Atlantic states and will be coot to mild over the remainder of the nation. Temperatures will range from the 40s in the north ceil- DETROIT (AP) --' Yolks-1 wa^en's announcement that it will operate a car assembly plant in the United Stales has received an expected plaudit from the United Auto Workers. Spokesmen for General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler had no immediate comment on the announcement Friday by the West German automaker that it wil' build a 5200 million plant I turn out its Rabbit model by the second half of next year. A spokesman at. American Motors Corp. said VolkswARcn's ncv, plant would increase com petition in the United Slates "and that's always good." "We welcome this farsightc* decision by Volkswagen an* look forward to Ihc d a y . w h e n hey begin to produce cars ii lent Leonard Woodcock. The _,4-miU[orvmember UAW Is ex- peeled to organize the VW facility without any significant opposition. Tlie company said the plant ^vcnluaHy would build tip to 200.000 cars a year and employ 5,500 workers. Wofiftcnck said three or (our times as muty jobs could be created tor tbe dushy. and he sa.~ .-- "extremely happy." He said this country," said UAW Presi tral states to Southwest, the 90s in the Showers Predicted Showers and Ih under showers · FiQuld spread across Arkansas tonight but fair and mild · weather is due .Sunday. Na- lloti wide, the forecast - is mainly rain and showers. Showers are forecast f r o m the Gulf to the Great Lakes and for the central Rockies, Rain is expected from t h e MirtH esl into parts of N * w England. The rest ot the United States can expect con!, clear weather. (AP Wire- photo) Temperatures around the na tlon at 2 a:m. (EST) rangcc from 77 at Needles. Calif., lo 28 at Laramie and Evanslon. Wyo Some other reports: Anchor age 38 clear, Atlanta fiO clear Boston 50 clear, B u f f a l o 50 clear, Chicago 53 cloudy. Gin cinnaii 62 clear, Cleveland 47 cloudy, Dallas 72 thunders how crs. Denver 38 clear, Detroit f cloudy, Honolulu 73 rain. supplier in- id his union is us, Ohio; Brook Park, Ohio, on, Pa. .hat he feels ' mistic" about tie said Volk telephoned hi Kim "(o af-l as negotiator." . the plant would generate an annual payroll of at least $60 mil lion. Volkswagen officials said i coulJ be two months before t sKe is chosen for the, plant Ar thur Railton, vice president. for corporate relations of Yolks wagen of America, said then were three. possibilities: Colum Ohio," he said. , week that "it w health^ thing" . x I'aric, uiuu, . Gov. Jamc,s A, s\vs conference autioiisSy opli- )hio'A chances. 'agon officials Friday In ask go between, a s up to them. elp any wAy I ic ocean lo g£l their plant to moient Friday . Ford, Lee A nl of the auto Pittsburgh last ould be a good [·-VW. opened a ted Stales. als have said in H E JJdM. \ It All L i l t i l l ill - v u i u profit hamlsomelv from a VW ilanl in the United Stales, VW has signed agreements In supply 1)6lh Chrysler And AMC with four-cylinder engines. In return. Chrysler is expected ic produce various parls for VW when the West German maker opens its plant. VW would be the s*cond foreign auto manufacturer to locale in this country. Volvo, tb« Swedish maker, currently is biutding a plant in Chep£aic«, Va. That facility, scheduled lo b*- #in operations by next March, wiU be much smaller than VW's planned operation, how* ever. Volvo plans to import car bodies from Sweden and d6 only final assembly work in th* U.S., producing about irj.600 units a year. Threats Follow March dianapolis partly cloudy. Toddy Show Seeks To Replace Walters Kansas City 41 cloudy, Los Angeles 56 clear, Louisville 60 clear, Miami 75 partly cloudy. Minneapolis-Si. Paul 46 drizzle, Nashville 56 clear. New Yock 51 clear, Philadelphia 54 cbar. Phoenix 70 clear, Pittsburgh 49 cloudy, St. Louis 70 partly cloudy, San Francisco 51 partly BOSTON (AP) -- Afler lens ol thousands of people marched in a mile-long "Procession Against Violence" in Boston, police reported a series o[ falF£ bomb threats and scattered stone-throwing incidcnls. . Cars were reported stoned in several of lhp city's iieighbor- hoods Friday evening. There were no rc[Krts of arrests or injuries. In Ihe racially integrated Jamaica Plain seclion, several slahv:d windows of a church were smashed by-rocks. Priesls and police said Ihcy could hoi "-»;.;.. By JAY SHARBUTT =', NEW YORK (AP) -- Who ?. will replace Barbara Wallers t-.on NBC's "Today" show? NBC "..iNows chief Richard C. Wald. V.jwho'1! do Ihe hiring, says even ;,,;he ; doesn ; l know yet. ^..^.."I've spoken lo fivo \von ". today.and every one ol them is -. f convinced she's the gne," Wald " said Friday. He declined lo say '-who they are but said other ^'"prospects also are heing consid- ?· .Wald .said Miss Walters, who "I'ls leaving NBC [or ABC and a ·'.' cohlracl reportedly offering her $1 miDion a year for five years v : wi!l be slaying on "Today 1 . 1 for '·"the lihne being while NBC as ;."'£C5SCs Ihe silualion. M Meanwhile, industry specula J^i\6n aboul her, successor grew. Among ' those mentioned ii .he speculation were New York City's Former consumer affairs chief and Former Miss Amerca, Bess Myerson; aclrcss-pho- ographer Canriicc Bergen, who ias made several "Today" appearances, and Belly Furness, a former '.Westinghouse products spokeswoman turned consumer activist. Miss Furness' is currently consumer affairs director for NBC-owned WNBC-TV. *Tvo r been asked if I'd he agreeable to sitting in for Barbara and I said yes," said Miss Furness, who occasionally has filled in during Miss Waiters' vacations. Bui she said that was all that NBC executives had asked her She said they didn't, tell her when she'll start filling in Tor Miss Walters or how long her 'Today" fill-in stint might last. Nor, she said, did they offer leiva job as Miss Walters' permanent replacement after the "Today" show star finally goes to ABC. Miss Furness, who for 12 appeared West inghouse commercials on TV, left that job in I960 lo go into radio and television newfi, working iti both commercial and public broadcasting. In March 1967 she.became a special assistant for" consumer affairs in the While .Jloiiw * post she held until-'the end of the Johnson administration. She later served New York State and New York City in lop consumer affairs jobs. She joined WNBC-TV in April 1974 when, the station began its tworhour .local broadcast, on week nights, cloudy, Seattle 51 rain, Wash' inglon 60 clear. Students Hold Annual Luncheon There were 111 students, employers, and, special guests present for the annual em ploy erg luncheon earlier this w c ek at Wy alt's Ca f eteria sponsored by the Fayeiteville High School Cooperative Office Ettucation(COE) class. Special awards were given to employers as "Employers of tht Month" during the past year Recipients and representative determine whether the rock throwing was racially motivated or another type ol vandalism. And as officials inveslifialed lh,c bomb blast that injured 22 eople in a Boston .courthouse 'hursday -- trying lo deter mine the authenticity of a letter laiming responsibility -- sev ral reports of more bombs vere phoned to police anc cwspapers. One threat forced the evac uatlon of the unrlamafied oldei ving of the courthouse. There were Obcrt Undem, H a n U ; Attorney Williams; Mrs. Donni Fayetteville Linen Policy Questioned ·"" A b o u t 20 members of ( | ,ACORNC Arkansas Community ^Organizations for Reform Now) " ;\vho also are members ot the V ; : 0zarks Electric Cooperative ·"-''Corporation attended Ihe "cor- VAp o r a t i o n ' s annual mectinfi "Wednesday ' morning " a n d -··· requested 'that future mcelinK i'.'limcs he chanced, so m- -members can'allend. , -- '"Turnout al the Wodnestay tj,'rii6rning meeting on Ihe i?,*Washington Coimly Fairgrounds tjfsfis sparse when compared lo S? other years, ACORN members K'sald. In ' the past, annual :~ meetings have been l)eld Saturdays and have drawn a, couple of hundred members. ! ACORN spokeswoman, Connie Anderson ot Snringdale, read a statement lo the cooperative's lionrd of Directors in which she requested a change in the meeting times, tile results ,of a promised rate study, and full access lo co-op business records. Mrs. Anderson said. "To continue to hold meetings at a time when most members cannot attend ' indicates ' the Directors have no interest in membership participation in fbe cooperative." She also asked about Ihc status .of the rate structure Mcllro; Chahe Rusel Service David Burleson Conrad, Northwes Iso were warnings uf immi- lenl explosions at two state of- ice buildings, the John F. Kennedy federal building, the Stater-Hillon hole], several banks, and (he station house of th£ po- ice :dis(ricl investigating .Ihe courthouse bombing, No bombs were found al anv o[ the sites. LETTER RECEIVED The Real Paper, a weekly newspaper, said il receiver] a leller Friday signed by the · S a m u e l Melville-Jonathan Jackson Unit for Prison Reform" and claiming credil lor the bombing of the courthouse. The teller's aulhcnlicily has not been determined. Police said H was mailed In Massachusetts after the blasl -- which polic/: said h a s . n o l been linked lo the city's racial Iroubles -- and afler wields published reporls thai !he telephoned warning included a reference to the name "Jackson." Melville, sentenced to prison on bombing charges, was killed, in 1971 during an uprising at County Courthouse in San 100.0IW by on* of White's ad- Attica York. Stfite Prison Jonathan Jackson N ew was Rafael. Calif., d u r i n g ' a n escape attempt in which two convict* and a judge also died. · The march through Ihe cily's downloxvn streels w a s led by Massachusetts Sens. Mward M. Kennedy and Edward W. Brooke. Gov. -Michael S. Dukakis. Ilumberto Cardinal .dU deiros, and Boston Mayor Kevin H. White. The crowd -- estimaled by police al 30.000 lo 58,000 andj_at Michael Holt Dies NKW YORK -- Michael Hole 35, a jockey who has averaged 188 winners a vear, since-com iriJ lo the United- States from England in.1962. died of asphy xiaiion and. an investigation will be conducted. DETROIT -- Gerald LeFlor* 2«. brother of .Detroit Tiger oulliclder Ron Leflore, wa shot lo dcalh during an argu mtnt on ,the city's norlheas side.. killid A u g . 7, 1970, at the Marin HSU Safety Dean Explains Remarks To Black Students s t u d y thai Hie Board of Directors agreed (o prepare lasl [all. ACORN was told (he rate structure study is not finished an ACORN 1 organizer said In explaining her third point- that co op members have access to cooperative business recoid -Mrs. Anderson said,"Membership access to informntion about financial management of (he co-op could allow us to judge if tin; funds are being properly 'spent.". One of the expenditures .she questioned was lor the money spent to advertise tiic e l e c t r i c cooperative when members have no choice of electric companies. Mrs. Nora Allen, Ortliopccl Clinic.;" Attorney'Ha rim an Hot Attorney Charles Arkansas TIMES. Outstanding student awards were presented t o ' D i a n e Bell, David Evans and Terri Smith. Terri, as first place winner, will ·ccieve a U.S. Savings Bond at the annual Honor's Day program at Fayetteville H i g h School May. 12. All Fayettcville employers rccieved certificates of ' appreciation by their student employes. Miss Patricia Kelly is the coordinator for the COE prograrh at the high school. Other business teachers are Mrs. Marguerite Cowan, Mis, ARKADELPH1A, Ark. CAP)--I Robert Johnston, .'dean of student safety at Henderson Slate University, said Friday he did not think an increase in crime at HSU was caused by an increase in black enrollment. .The statement was issued after several black students at HSU asked Johnston to explain reports of remarks he mai" April 15 at a meeting of .the ra- Kdith 'ar.ct McAllister \ver. and Mrs Pryor Defends Administration ^overnofs Conference On Aging Set May I -...-LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Jim ".'Lindscy renewed Friday his ;^'charRc lhal Gov. David Ptypr's iCJr.nrtmmislralion has been las in g."cpmbatllng crime. Pryor later ^··tpld newsmen hl.s ariminis- ^ ; lralion hac! "done more rclal- "TMjnj! Id comballinf! crime lhan "i'any In hislnry'.' ".C'.:pryor, 41,. of Little Rock i; *crving his firsl Icrm as Rovcr- ·Kinor,-lalhcd to reporters at tlvs '--tltllc Rock airporl about """arecs made earlier in t h e ''·chp "Si " 'V"Siy' by Lindsey at a news con- r"[«rence. · · ·'. : .,".., .·"i"-~l.lndscy, ' 31. of Fayeltevillc, 4S:ii|ieklni! his tirsl-poljlicajjimce, ·.""'Miracle Claimed T/SAUVE, France ( A P ) . - The Roman Catholic bishop of Nlmes has closed Hie village church of Sauve until furlher notice liccausc loo nwny people \vcre coming lo see what they beHeyc to. be « miraculous apparition. For Ihe past two.weeks, men . «nd women from many parls o( '.. this wine-growing region o[ . soulhern France have flocked Imo Ihe church lo look al the image of a (ace they believe appears on Ihc wall of Ihe nave ' at cerlain times of Ihe day. · A spokesman · [or Msg. Pierre Rouge, the bishop, ssiiii thft church was closed because (he crowds "cnme (o see a ·purious miracle rather than (o worship." said Ihal Pryor seemed more interested in giving the appearance ol fightind crime lhan in actually doing anylhing about When reporters brotighl [hat up to Pryor, he said his administration had done more lhan any othsrlo fiKhl'crime, party because crime had hccome such a big problem. He cited Ihe legislative enacl- ment of the criminal code which look effect Jan. 1, the strengthening of Ihe Stale Police drug abuse unit, Ihe reslo- ralion of fire marshal's office to the S t a l e Police lo in- vcsligale arson, and various pro- funrt/ld through a com- federal and. stale . Pryor also said lhal a crime elude efforts to educate public on how lo help Ihe police -- w h a t lo took for in a crime situation, who lo call, and so on. Lindscy also commentec annul thai meeting. Everybody's Business grams f bination funds. problem discussion al the mansion earlier this week ameng 23 officials leading ideas and plans for anticrime programs. The governor said lhat prosecutors, sheriffs, cily officials, officials of Ihc Departmenl ol Local Services, and a reprcsen- tallvc of the Police Chiefs Association nllended Ihe meeting. Th/i programs under study in- ·Bowlers To Compete SEATTLE ( A P ) -- Some 216 )f Hie world's hesl professional xnvlcrs will compcle for I h c SlO.pflO firsl-place check in the $75,000 Professional Bowlers Associalion national championship al Leilani Lanes here June 1220. ' The Held is expeclcd lo Include Ihe PBA tour's leading money winner, E a r 1 Anthony, plus Dick Weber, Don Johnson, Dave Davis, Mark Roth, Roy Buckley and Johnny Guenther. Five bowlers will advance to the finals following 5S quail fying gttmes. Broker Certified By Association Thomas C, Comley, of Arcade Real KsULe Corp., has been accepted by the Nalional Association of Real Estate Appraisers as a Cerlifictl Real Estate Appraiser. Comley, a broker since 1960 has been a developer and builder in (his area since 1958. He is licensed in Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, is a member.of Urn national, state and local real e .s I a t c associations. (he Arkansas Real Kstate Exchange and Ihe society of Real EsEatft Counselor*. Famed Playwright Praises Efforts Of Local Theater KEY WEST, f t a . (AP) "I'll give Ihem Anything." play- wrighl Tennessee Williams said afler cheering the opening of a local theater production of his play. "Suddenly Lasl Sum mer." And anything, the 62-year-old Williams added, might even in elude wriling some new plays for the group. , "1 .thought, for Key West after all those revolting productions, to see a vigorous, semi professional production -- it' marvelous." said Williams o the Greene Street Theater' production Ihis week. Leading lady Roxanna Sluar admitted she was nervous whe Williams showed up lasl Sun day lo watch a rehearsal. "Usually, when I act, I try I pretend Ihe playwright Iherc." she said. "But wit him. f hail lo prelend he wasn there." Cancer Fatal LONDON (AP) -- Colin Ma- clnnes, British novelist and essayist, is dead at age 61. Ma- clnnes died Thursday of can- Novelist Dies MOSCOW (AP) -- So army general Sergei M. Sl menko. chief of staff of Warsaw pact military forces, died Thursday of cancer. " Charges Filed LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Th Pulaski County Sheriff's offic said James Hum Christopher o Lilllc Hock was arrested Fr in connection wilh I 1 shooting deuth of Carl Maswo Locked, IS, of Ullle Rock. Lockell's body was lound Ihe woods about 50 yai'ds fro Christopher's home, office said. Authorities said Chrislopn was charged with first-riegr murder in the case. Anolhcr youth, identifier! John David Folcy. wa$ rcpo edly shot in Ihe leg. He w Ireatcd and released at Unive sily Hospilal. officers said. ! Mums, lilm, r "All Benin And Sales Cenlers" 0 subcommillei ot tht .Legis Communicalions Sludj ommiltce. Johnston was at IhE legi.sla ve mcclin'g -seeking apprpva Fibak Upsets Vilas STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Vojticch Fibak of Poland upse op-seeded Gullerrho'. Vilas Argenlina 4-6. 7-5.s 7-6 la vancc lo Ihe semifinals of 111 Sloukholm World Championshi o( lennis. lournament.. reqinest to buy hand-hoi immunicalions cr)uipincnl for e campus security program, mentioned that crime had creased. -, - tluring the discussion, Johnon also mentioned that enroll- ont was .up. That increase in- udcd more black enrollment, e said he didn't know that err- was .any correlation be- vecn crimfe and black enroll- enl. . . Johnslon's slalemcnl :Friday aid his feels were "riol Ihose uggcslcd by the reports" in ic news media. His statement sAid: "I am deeply concerned bout the results of niy appoar- nce before a state subcom- lidcc last week. I went 10 that leeting to supnorl the univcr- ity's request 16 the final pur- base in a four-year plan lo de- FothergiH Ahead BALTIMORE -- Sonlhpa Dorothy Folliergill dominat the first semifinal round of t S8B.OI10 Women's Worlil 1 vitational bowling tourname wilh eight .-straistit viclor: total pintail of 1,720 commanding -lead o\ Helen Ducal.- Mottram AaVancei MADRID. Spain --' Cliri opher Mottram of Britain c feslcd Colin Dibley of Auslra the ,7-6; 6 : 2 l o ' g a i n a'-berth .... 'semifinals in the ind nalional tennis' tournament. ers--'filled-City Hall Plaza, ere the current wavft of vio- nce began- three weeks agft ten a black attorney . WAS aten by anli-businK 'deni- slralors as he 'was about 19 ter Cily Hall tor a meeting. White anti-businj! groups boy- lled I h e . march,, and few acks showed up. .'. .'.'.; "Teach us, 0 God. lliat -tbf rice of violence speaks nol for mocracy but for Ihe devilof seism." Rabbi Roland B. GiU Isohn prayed at the plara. "To indulge in inllanimalory hetoric' is like playing 'with latches near a cache of dyna- di£," he said. · : · Requests Denied For Ballot Change LITTLE ROCK fAP) --_,1l 'ulaski County Election, .Commission denied »' request Fri- a.v lhal il list al) ; races' hori- ontally instead of-vcrliciilly on oting machines for Ihe Mly 21 rimary. . . . . ; ^1' A requesl.- lhat Ihe · commis- ion'list justice of ttit p«c« aces at the top 6! the voting machines instead erf the bpttofti also was denied. , . ]'· Bob McHenry of IJttl« KoeV, one of six candidates - for *v! District congressTnan, h^l made Ihe requesl for Uw ton ciiontal listing. George T. Ne*berry 'of Uttle Rock, on« M nine OP candidates : in .District SB, made ..the: request- to put the JP races at tht top qf.,ll« balloi. . , :,-.· , . ' .-. McHenry. said ,his ·" reisenrts was that voters .could m*r« quickly read and thus vote-faster on Ihe horiionlal ballots. H« said voters were accuslrmwd-to a horizontal-listing ,of, rices Irom previous elections slid lhal volers mijhl lend U. »pl some lesser., races 'bectUM of the vertical ballot.··· ··__ Ujjdl Netle**-^ Ugol *EPORT OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDAflNG DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE FIRST NATIONAL B A N K Of FAYITTEVILLl IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS vu M i n r u 11 H7ft PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO ·CAUL MADE *BY H ·COMraOLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDEE flop ysiem' good for communications the university 12, UNITED STATES CODE, SECT ON 1«1 Charier No. 7346 Osh and due from banks ... U.S. Treasury .ecurities ASSETS N»tion»l Bank Region Mo.,,· ampus. . "I love Henderson. 1 respect Is sludenls, staff, faculty, and riends. I have honestly t r i e d [6 vork and live itt the Henderson community in a way lhal would show that [eeling. . " . "In no way did 1 inleiirl lo ndicate nor do I feel that : h a n g c s . i n Ihe rate of viola- ions'of either law or univcrsH\ requirements are in any way related 'or caused by an in crease in black enrollment a ! [[enrtcrson. My intention and my statement now is lhat »11 kinds of communities arc having unfortunale increases in incidents ot violation of laws. As communities grow, Ihis increase takes place. Henderson has grown In lolal enrollment. "T want lo express again my personal sorrow aboul Ihc in- lense feelings lhal have developed over-news reporls of my interview wilh the subcommittee. My feelings and my beliefs are not those suggested by the reporls." . . . . . . . .... ObUsalions of other U.S. Government ijtncies obii's^Sf "*!?« ,ndpoiiiicVrsubdivisior,v : T.:' Federal Reserve stock and corponle slock -.... Federal funds sold and securities purchtJM under agreement to resell -- · _ : : ...... . - ' · · . · · · Loans, Total (excludinB unearned ,,,..,,.,,. inromel ' . . . ; . . . . . : 41,aol,wu.w . Less-. Reservetor 'possible loan losses 192,000.00 Ban? premises] furni'lure'andVaiures, and other · assets representing bank premises ... ...... .... 60.000.00 lisoO.MM.u* Other islets TOTAL 937,000.00 !«6,000.60 ;, ASSETS ...., - ··-...- ,.-»«.U?..OM.O» LIABILITIES Diei Friday MIAMI (AP) -- Former Cuban Foreign Minister Aurcliano Sanchez Arango died Friday ol a heart attack, a family spokesman said. He was 68. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Time and savings deposits o( individuals, partnerships, and corporations .,.-. Deposits of United Stales Government Deposits of Stales and political subdivisions Deposits ot commercial banks Certified and officers' checks ,elc TOTAL DEPOSITS . . . . . . . . . . . : "... (t) ToUl demand deposits; 29,312,000.00 (b) lolal llme'tnd savings deposits .. 44,111,000.00 Other li«billtiet .... TOTAL LIABILITIES ...: CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . Common slock « No. shares authorized 50,000 h. Xo .shares outstanding 50,000 (p»r value) 24,M5,000_.« S8,46!),000.06 ·2Z5,600.00 ' 7,90S,OOO.IK 1,957.000,00 22«.000.00 73.430.0W.OO 1,027,000.09 r 74.«T.Oto.O« ivlded profits ..... FABRIC /WART EVELYN HILLS SHOPPING CENTER ENTIRE STOCK FABRIC ! /2 PRICE YOU are invited to worship with THE NORTH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST North St»«t at Uvtrctt Bibl. School --- 9:30 Morning Worship -- 10:30 Evening Worship _____ 6:00 Hwr Hi. H»tai«l ·( Truth Ch. 7 at fcflO ter Tran»pw*«tl»n «!l Sil-WJ Surplus Undivlde_ r .~ Reserve (or contingencies ftnd other capiltl reserves ^ ·. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL . MEMORANDA Average for 15 or 30 cklendtr dftys ending with call dale: . . . · Cash and riu£ from banks 10,361,000.0ft Fed. funds sold »nd securities purchased under . ·- agreements lo resell ....: .000,000.p9 Tola! loans .........,... i . ,... 41,136,000.00 Time deposits of $100000 or more in domestic . Offices :.:.; , »,3»2,OC0.6B Total deposits ..; 73,OW,060."00 im6 deposits of $100,00 Oor mor* in domestic offices: 8,M2,000.0» Time certificates of deposit In denoffllnfttiona of $100,000 or mor« : '., ; I, John M. l.twis. President, of the above-ntm«d b»nk da hereby delore thit this report of condition ii true ud corr«irl lo the bcit of my knowledge «nd belief. · · ; . John M. Lewis · . ' · ' ' ' · April It, 19I« We, Ihe undersigned dirtclors uttest the correctneis; of this lUlement of resource! and litbilltie.i. We d«cUre thtt it. h»« been eximined by us, ind to th* txit of our lroowledf« ind b«- lit! is irue *M correct. George E. ShMlon, Itlaupin Cummini, Hal C. DAuglis, Director*

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