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Evidence against McCrary expected in Friday's session Fri., April29,1173 (1KKKLKY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 5 Veterans Nursing Edward Teller may join Home passes 'DENVER AP - Colorado's BOULL1EH, Colo. Colorado University faculty (AP) -- appointment was "only being Senate gave unanimous final . . .approval Thursday to a bill ''After he read them, -.-.he creating the Colorado State Physicist Edward Teller may considered al this lime." ·led," Giilespie said. Veterans Nursing Home at i oin lhe University of Colorado But ' physics deparlment faculty next fall, according to chairman Wesley Brittin-said members, of the department have approved Teller's joining the faculty. CU Provost Ixiwson Crowe said he expected Teller lo join ler for lhe Advancement of Science, Technology and Politics on the Boulder campus. Kdward Rozek, a professor in lhe political science depart- GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) - The Police said Miss Looney was admissibility of evidence abducted from a Lakewood cried, against a Texas man charged. doughnut shop where she Willard is expected to testify Florence . in the slaying of a Lakewood worked as a waitress in August today about a "McCrary state- »o vote without any debate or an Or 8 an ' zer °f'he Teller Cen doughnut shop waitress should 1971. ment," but prosecutor Brown discussi()n ; . ·--'--"·-·«-· be the focus of testimony today Seven prosecution witnesses declined to disclose furtheVde- ^g ^{ now iws to tne j m Golden District Court. testified Thursday during the tails. - House of Representatives for j-;-.'The prosecution expects to 10th day of trial. Two witnesses "Deputy sheriffs began search- consideration. ·'' call Lakewood detective Roger identified McCrary as being in ing the handbags of women en- The Senate approved the bill ·-- · -- -"---- -- K«- ihe facullv "siimi-limp in i h ..-WiHprd to offer testimony the shop the night Miss Looney tering the chamber Thursday ,,,,, preliminary reading Wed- menl, said lhe 65-year-old sci- ,, * '*."'" e ^ j abqut a statement attributed to disappeared. and a metal detector was in- mesday, also without dissent, enlist who has been called the ' u wi. 3 um m. dp ;..!''!"';'..defendant, according to Her body was found in a stalled at the entrance of the Itaut'horizes construction of a "father of the H-bomb," may n'i Prosecuting lawyer Nolan farm field near the Wyoming courtroom. 120-bed nursing home on 40 i oin the facu "y on a Part-time l.Brpwn. . border. She had been-raped, A court spokesman said, "It ,. ac res of land being donated to basis and continue his re-. -; Sherman McCrary, 47, is strangled and shot, police said, is only a security precaution," ithe state by the municipality. searc h. charged with murder and kid- Howard Giilespie, an agent and declined further ex- The home will be' paid for lleller is expected lo meet " 'naping in the death of Leeory for the Colorado Bureau of In- planation of the walk-through largely through federal grants. wilh CU President Frederick .' ';.?°? e ,Looney. 2 ". of Thornton, vestigation, testified that he detector. Sponsors of the bill in the TMe m e, several regenls and went to California April 16, The two witnesses who identir Seriate were Republicans Harry 1972, and was present when fied McCrary as being in the Locke of Salida, Harold McCrary was advised of his shop on the night of the alleged McCormick of Canon City and rights. abduction were Alexander Kil- Kay DeBerard of Kremmling. But under cross-examination, patrick, owner of a Lakewood Giilespie admitted that plumbing business and Michael McCrary probably did not know Seeley, a bank cashier in the that an indictment had been re- Denver suburb, turned against him when he Judge Daniel Shannon grant- was advised of his rights. ed separate trials Wednesday When McCrary was advised, for McCrary and his son-in-law, he was given two letters, one Carl R. Taylor, 38. Both are from his wife and one from his charged with murder and kid- Tax relief I' . 1 '",,r- for elderly in two bills :·;-.- .DENVER - Two bills expanding lax relief programs for *~ .Colorado's elderly this week · ''-'came out of lhe Finance · ' Committee of lhe House of Keprescnlalives. · " · One of the bills would in- · crease (he state's food tax ; crem't -- now $7 -- by $2 for those' C5 and older. The other . · would allow low-income elderly . _ .whq missed the application for .-.l,he.; Slate's 1971 property tax credit program to apply until ·'. the-end of this year. ·· ^lioth measures are sponsored . i by'jtep. Dennis Gallagher, D- 'Dcnvcr, . .. The firsl bill (HB 1317) would - allow (he elderly to claim $9 ;·- .annually against their state . jncpme tax for state and local sales (axes paid for food. The .. measure, now in the House ^ ' A p p r o p r i a t i o n s Committee, 1 " would cost lhe state about ; $370,000. ' '(iallagher's second bill (HB 1533) would allow those 65 and Rozek on Friday lo discuss plans for coming lo lhe university, a university spokesman said. He added lhal lhe Teller poinlmenl has nol been confirmed. Teller is currently a professor al the Universily of California. The CU Board of Regenls approved selling up lhe Teller center lasl month. They hope lo build lhe center inlo a leading theoretical physics research facility. Informal discussion could hamper electronic voting bill daughter. naping in Miss Looney's death. Shannon set April 30 for a hearing on a trial date for Taylor. Trailways bus runs off 1-70 Salida hospital administrator takes new job SILVERTHORNE.Colo. (AP) -- A Continental Trailways charter bus ran off Interstate 70 just east of Silverthorne Thursday, but the driver and eight passengers suffered only minor injuries, the Slate Patrol reported. The bus was bound from Den- miles from the west portal of the Eisenhower Memorial Tunnel. The bus rolled after it left the road. A Summit County sheriff's . , , , ,., , spokesman said poor visibility older, who qualify under state ^ s ,. ppery ^ ^^ caused by falling snow contributed to the mishap. The bus driver was Fredrick DENVER (AP)-A Republican senator declared Thursday that the legality of a bill to authorize electronic voting in Colorado may have been jeopardized because two senators discussed it informally. The claim was made by Sen. Ralph Cole, R-Littleton, who said two conferences between the sponsor, Democrat Ray Kogovsek of Pueblo and Republican Ted Strickland of Westminster seemingly violated the SALIDA, Colo. (AP)-John Sunshine Act Carr, administrator of the Sa- Both Strickland and Kogov . lida Hospital for two years, an- . sek conceded tney nad talked nounced Thursday he has re- informally about the measure, signed effective June 1 to take The bill passed the a similar position at Carrie t nen was adopted bv th in Truth or of Representatives with some wants to work out some sort of further security measures to prevent loss of electronic cards. Kogovsek did not object to a conference committee. He also characterized Cole's contention as only the senator's opinion. A provision in the Sunshine Act adopted by popular vote last November calls for advance notice when two or more senators on the same committee arc meeting to discuss public business. The Senate also killed a resolution passed several weeks ago for a committee of legislators to study organization of the state government. The Senate wanted 12 legislators on the lion will be resolved when the session enars an end an- dinterim committee organizations are established.' The Senate gave preliminary approval to several bills, one of them a measure specifying conditions under which persons may be confined in correctional facilities--including jails. Sen. John Bermingham, R- Denver, said it was approved by state ' authorities and incorporates requirements made in recent decisions of the U. S. Supreme Court. Another bill given preliminary Senate approval gives liquor inspectors the authority of policemen when acting in line Consequences, N.M. amendments. The Senate, de- committee, the House wanted of duty ' A spokesman for the Salida spite Cole , s c i a j mS| sent the only eight. Still another measure revises Hospital said no replacement measure to a conference com- Senate Majority Leader Joe the board which sets rcgu- had been selected. , mittee where Strickland said he Schieffelin said that the ques- lations for registered nurses. it's tfie^atent Season Personality, Step pretty, please . . . in the skimmer-shine of krinkle patent! Sleek, simple, softly draped, it's the shape of shoe to put you fashion steps ahead. Jow. income standards, to apply ; for,. Ihcir 1971 property tax credit. The properly tax credit · program was started in 1971, 'and Gallagher said an "· estimated 8,000 low-income W. Ray, 50, Commerce City, the patrol said/and the passengers were Stella Herrera, 23, ,., i , . . , , . .. Kcia wcic oLcua ficneid, 40, *Uerly did not know about it Den Thomas Qon ·and fa, ed to apply Gjlm Louisiana . ' Deadline for applying under residen j s ,' ;he 1971 program was last Dec^ wa/m '. ^ Brenda ,.31 Mate officials said a $1.5 ,, d Dar iene Fischer, 14; ,nuU,on was budgeted for the Debbie Fisher , 15| and shannon 1971 program but only half that 2 .has been claimed. '·" The low-income elderly '"properly tax credit against · state income taxes has averaged about $30 per ap- r pfjcant. Low-income elderly ',. wliopay property taxes on their, _ homes or those paying property '. taxes indirectly through - apartment rents are eligible for .· the program. ··· .'This bill is in the house Rules '. Committee where it is to be scheduled for debate on the ;; House floor. ; Salida airport gets aid grant WASHINGTON (AP) - The j. Parham, 13, all of New Orleans, and Neil Phillip Bourgeois, 17, Metairie, La. Pedestrian dies in hit-and-run accident By TIIK ASSOCIATED PRESS A 60-year-old Aneth, Utah man was found dead in Cortez Thursday, and (he Slate Patrol said he apparently was the victim of a hit-and-run accident, boosting the state traffic death toll to 153, compared with 18B a year ago. The victim was identified as Leroy Lansing. The patrol said Lansing's Federal Aviation Adminis- body was found in the south- tration said Thursday it has ap- bound lane of Colorado 160. proved 35 airport development Skid marks indicated lhat lie ayi. program allocations total- was struck by a car, the patrol "ing more than $7.2 million, in- said. eluding $53,000 for Harriet Al- An investigation was contin- exander Field at Salida, Colo. uing. STATEMENT OF CONDITION Greeley's Association of Commercial Banks at the close of business March 28,1973 4B5 State Bank No. 5V $ 2,511,293.46 3,298,930.60 8,969,082.74 " 24,505,190.04 137,633.14 20,803.69 2,029,171.00 S4I,472,104.67 10,543,884.14 . 18,763,239.55 983,341.97 5,759,982.47 3,682.48 942,573.71 1.015,042.41 $3fl,6t), 746.73 - $41.472,104.67 .. 36,493,762.78 .. 24,495,876.05 ampd bank, do and correct, to the best of my · Call No 485 Charier No. 1392B Nltlonil Bank Region No. U 1 ' REPORT OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING ,, , DOMESTICSUBSIDIARIES.OFTHE GREELEY NATIONAL B A N K OF G R E E L E Y In the state of Colorado, at the close of business on March 28, 1973 published In response to call made by comptroller of the currency, under title 12, United States code, section ' »*'' ASSETS t Cash and due from banks 'U.S. 1 reasury securities Obi igations ot other U.S. Government agencies and corporations Obi Igations of States and political subdivisions Other securities (including 5111,025.43 corporate stock) i · Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell Loans Bank promises, furniture and fixtures, ,ind other assets representing bonk premises Olher assets (Including $179,143.51 direct lease financing) 'TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES Demanddeposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations ·Time ond savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Deposits of United States Government 1 .Depositsol States and political subdivisions ...J 7,a08.415.5S 2,142,688.00 504,075.00 11,898,575.60 121,025.4] 1,000,000.00 45,714,277.26 2,676,595.75 772,692.97 S72.238.S45.S6 Deposits ot commercial banks ' 'Cer tided and ot (Jeers' checks, etc TOTAL DEPOSITS (a) Total demand deposits (li} Total time and savlngsdeposlts Liabilities for borrowed money Mo;tgage indebtedness Other liabilities Reserve? for bad debt losses on loans (setup pursuant to IR5 rulings! · W A L R E S E R V E S O N L O A N S A N D S E C U R m B ^ . . Equity capital-total ' ' · Cttmmon Stock-total pw value No. shores authorised 100,000 '' No. shares outstanding 100,000 Surplus , Undivided profits ....562,254,023.51 ....526,673,197.98 ...435,580,825.53. ...... 18,507,563.89 30,189,345.80 596,107.43 9,107,917.96 1,084,633.70 2,768,455.73 7/9,577,85 779,577.85 , , . 1,000.000.00 .. 2,500,000.00 .. 1.I7W54.H . .t 4,679,954.1? Avermeol total depositsInr tho iscnlcnd«rd»ys CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF UNITED BANK OF GREELEY of Grccley in the State of Colorado and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on March 28, 1973. ASSETS Cash and due from banks ................................................ U.S. Treasury securities ................................................ Obligations of Statesand political subdivisions ........................... Other loans ............................................................. Furniture sndflxtures ............................. ., .................... Real estateowned other than bank premises ............................. Other assets ..................... TOTAL ASSETS ........................ .· ............................... LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .......... Time and savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . Deposltsof United Stales Government ................................... Deposits of States and political subdivisions .............................. Deposltsof commercial banks ........................................... Certified and officers' checks, etc ........................................ TOTAL DEPOSITS ....................................... $36,996,704.32 (a) Total demand deposits ............................ SI2,819,517.B4 '(b) Total time and savings deposits .................... S?4,177,1B6.48 Other liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve tor bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) ............ TOTAL RESERVESON LOANS AND SECURITIES ......... , ....... CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital, total ......................................... t . . , - ____ Common stock -total par value ..................................... { No. shares authorized 80,000) (No. shares outstanding 60,000) Surplus ........................................................... Undivided profits ................................................... TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ...................................... TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . . . . MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date Averageof total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date . . t, John Goltry, Senior Vice President Cashier, of the above- solemnly swear that this report of condition is ti knowledge and belief. Correct Attest: John Goltry Gid W. Gates H.Gordon Johnson Norman M. Dean Directors State of Colorado, County of Weld, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12lh day of April, 1973, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires Jan. 24, 1976. Janet E. Maul, Notdry Public. ( S E A L ) Call No. 485 Charter No: 149*9 Nitlonil Bink Region No. 12 REPORT OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE CACHE NATIONAL BANK OF GREELEY, COLORADO In the Stateof Colorado, at the close of business on March 28,1973 published in response to call made by comptroller of the currency, under title 12, United States code, Section 161. ASSETS Cash and due from banks U.S. Treasury securities Obi igations of States and political subdivisions Olher securities (including $15,000.00 corporate stock) Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell Loans .' Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises Other assets TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Deposits of United States Government Deposits of states and political subdivisions Certified and of (leers'checks, etc.' TOTAL DEPOSITS : $12,118,480.91 (a) Total demand deposits $ 4.B0.809.67 (b) Total time and saviripsdcposits s 7,257,671.24 Other Liabilities : '. TOTAL LIABILITIES RESERVESON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to t R S rulings)... TOTAL R ESRRVES ON LOANS AND SECUR ITI ES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital total Common Stock-total par value No. shares authorized 20,000 No. shares outstanding 10,000 Surplus Undivided protlts TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS MEMORANDA Averageof total dept«lls for the 15 calendar days ending with call date. Averageof total loans for tha 15 Calendar daytcndltifi with call date .$ 1,37J,044.54 . 606,933.69 . 2,718,325.87 15,000.00 . 200 .moo . 8,200,601.74 323,058.26 127.539.02 .$13,565,503.12 . 4,101,763.07 . 5,949,433.98 412,006.01 . 1,396,565.17 258,713.68 556.186.69 ..$12,674,667.60 horoby * l knoftiedgo .i ·'"· V ; uifctirc thai It hni Iru6 nnrt correct. ° "" "*" " my Arlln DlmlKotn l'dmi' * 'cintreiiir; ol h, ' £om " t " m " lru ' '"" "" n examined by us and to th* best of our knowledge i»id b«ll«( I* RotooriW.Nominw W. A. Ttrry , J. B*nNlx l DirKtori 11,774,758.80 8,031,033.84 l, R. Hugh Wnrren, Vice Pres. * Cashier, of lhe above named bank do hereby declare lhal this report ol condition la true and correct to tho best ot my knowledge and toilet. R.Hugh Warren We, the undersigned direct or* attest tho correctness of this report of condition and declare that It has been examined by us *ml to the best ol our knowledge and belief is true and correct, Richard E. PeltJhu* Alan L. Lord Victor R. Nottingham Directors State Bank NO. 517 CONSOLIDATED REPORTOF CONDITION OF WELD COLORADO BANK of Greeley in fhf- Stateof Colorado and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on March 28, 1973. ASSETS Cash and due from banks , $ 269,902.11 U.S. Treasury securities 293,404.74 Federal funds sold andsecurit ies purchased under agreements to resell ... 100,000.00 Other loans 407,186.85 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, · and other assets representing bank premises 21,612.18 Other assets 11,666.56 TOTAL ASSETS SI,103,772.44 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 153,558.88 Time and savings deposifsof individuals, partnerships, and corporations .. 129,606.97 Deposits of United Stated Government 11,122.00 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 303,935.00 Certified andof ticers' checks, etc 6,359.59 TOTAL DEPOSITS 5604,582.44 (a) Total demand deposits S174.975.47 (b) Total time and savings deposits, 5429,606.97 Other liabilities 6,907-05 TOTAL L I A B I L I T I E S 5 611,489.49 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on lodns (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) JOO.oo TOTAL R ESFRVES ON LOANS AND SECURITI ES 5 400.00 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital, total 491,882.95 Common stock total par value 2ffo70oolffl (No. shares authorized 2,000) (No. shares outstanding 2,0001 Surplus 200,000.00 Undivided profits 91,882.95 TOTAL C A P I T A L ACCOUN rS $ 491.882.95 TOTAL LI ABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 11,103,772.44 MEMORANDA Averaqeof total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with rail date 484,775.62 Averageof total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 336,566.27 l, Lawrence w. Menetee, President, of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best ot my knowledge and belief. Correct--Attest: I awrence W. Menefee. Joseph L. Haefeli Robert A. Ruyle Edgar F. Bdrtels Directors State of Colorado, County of Weld, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of April, 1973, and 1 hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires, Jan. 29, 1977. ( ? ~ A L ) Connie Dunn, Notary Public. Call No. 485 Charter No. 15119 National Bank Region No. 1? REPORT OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OP THE WEST GREELEY NATIONAL BANK OF GREELEY in thestateof Colorado, at the close of business on March 18, 1973 published in response to call made by comptroller of the currency, under Title 12, United States Code, Section 161. A S S E T S Cash and due from banks U.S. Treasury securities Obi igations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations Obi igations of States and political subdivisions Other securities Loans Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, andother assets representing bank premises Other assets TOTAL ASSETS ".'"'"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.'!!" LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporation: Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Deposits of United States Government Deposits of States and political subdivisions Certifiedand officers' checks, etc. . TOTAL DEPOSITS ' " " (a) Total demandaepusits (b) Total time and savings deposits '.','.'.'. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agrcei to repurchase Olhor liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . " " RESERVESON LOANS AND SECUR (TIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulings) TOTAL R ESERVES ON LOANS AND SECU RITI ES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital notes and debentures Common Stock-total par valuo No. shares authorized 12,500 No. shares outstanding 12,500 Surplus Undivided profits TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . . . . TOTALLIADILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS MEMORANDA Averngool totrtl deposits lor the 15 calendar days endlngwithc.ilI date Average ol total loans for the 15 calendar dnysondlng ·"i CAM date Slate Bank No.' CONSOLIDATED REPORT OP CONDITION OF S T A T E BANK OF GREELEY of Greeley in the Stateof Colorado and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on March 28, 1973. ASSETS Cash and due from banks U.S. Treasury securities Obi igations of other U.S: Govern mpnt agencies and corporations . Obligationsof Statesandpolitical subdivisions Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell . Other loans Rank premises, furniture and fixtures, and older assets represent ing bank premises. Real estate owned other than bank premises Other assets TOTAL ASSETS 53.394.164.30 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations T imc and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .. Deposits of United States Government Deposits of States and political subdivisions Certified andofficers'checks, etc TOTAL DEPOSITS S2,975,841.79 (a) Total demand deposits si,016,/04./9 (b) Total time and savings deposits 51,959,137.00 Olhtir liabilities . . . . TOTAL LI ABILITIES RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECUR (TIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Cquity capital, total Common stock-total par value (No. bliares authorized 15,000) (No. shares outstanding 15,000) Surplus Undivided profits TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTALLIABII.ITIFS, RESERVES, A N D C A P I T A L ACCOUNTS MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the IS calendar daysending with call date.., Averageof total loans for the IS calendar days ending with call date Unearned discount on instalment loans included in total capital accounts I, Gary L. Butler, Vice President, of the above named bank, do solem this report ot condition is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct--Attest: Gary L. Gutler Richard A. Boettcher Hiroshi Tdteydma Directors Steven K. Bosley Stateof Colorado, County of Weld.ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this llth day of April, 1973, and 1 hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank 907,993.76 1,443,137.00 46,519.09 540,802.90 71,189 05 43_,?03.09__ ..S3.0'l9X144.afl . . $ 367,335.41 .. 200.000.06 .. 150,000.00 17,385.41 ..S 367,365.4[ ..S3,394,lfljlo' .. 2,973,730.42 . . 1.955,580.71 37,172.52 ly swear that My commission expires August 10,1976. Fern Georqene Walter, Notary Public ...$6,330,186.82 ...$2,234,662.42 . . .54,095,524.40 icnts .S 549,002.74 . 248,256*37 99,562.50 1,403,201.71 7,500.00 4,570,278.88 .333,235.20 96,677.10 S7.3T{f.'?lJ.Sft 2.060,988.09 3,431,651.40 142,344.24 665,758.84 29,444.25 $ 5,349,236.92 2,957,875.86 16,758,862.99 111,000.00 33,185,374.03 1,568,777.88 18,002.00 470.468.65 360,419,598.33 .. 100,000.00 .. 338.453.08 $6.768,639.90 65.768.54 . . S 65,T6fi:54 478.306.06 135.000.00 125,000.00 22fl,30606 ...$7,312.714.50 . 6,198,928.17 I, Robert R. Cllft, Vice President--cashlor, of tho above^named hank do hereby declare that this report of condition Is true and correct lo the best of my knowledge .met belie). Wo, the undorilgncrt directors at test I ho correctness ol this report of condition and oeclare ihnt It bns bctti examined by us and to the best ol our knowledge and belief Is Iruc and correct. CloydL. Arford , Willard R. Quirk H. K.SchugJr, Directors Call No.485 CharterNo. 317B National Bank Region No. 11 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREELEY of Greeley, m the State of Colorado, at the close of business on March 30, 1973 published in response to rail made by comptroller of the currency, under Title 12, United States code, Section 161 ASSETS Cash and due from banks U.S. Treasury securities Obligationsof Statesandpolitical subdivisions Other securities (including $111,000.00 corporate stock) Loans Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises Real estate owned other than bank premises Other assets TOTAL ASSETS L I A B I L I T I E S Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations . Deposits of United Slates Government Deposits o f Slates a n d political subdivisions . . . . Deposits of commercial banks Certified andofficers' checks, etc T O T A L DEPOSITS $S3,15?,963.24 (a) Total demand deposits $18,683,287.12 (b) Total IIme and savings deposits $34,469,676.12 Other liabilities T O T A L L I A B I L I T I H S RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECUR (TIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulings) TOTAL R E S E R V E S ON LOANS A N D S E C U R I T IES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital-total Common stock total par value No.shnrcsnulhoriied 150,000 No. stwcs outstanding 150,000 Surplus ' Undivided profits TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .... MEMORANDA Averaqeof total deposits tor the IScalcndar day sending with call dale Average of total lain* lor the 15 calendar dnys ending with cnll date . I, Alejandro M. Gillosple.Sr. Vice Pres. 8. Controller, Cashier, of lhe above-named bank do hereby declare lhat this report of condition is true and correct to the best ot my knowledge And Delict. Alejandro M. Giilespie we, me unacrtignca directors at tost mo cor redness ol this report of condition and declare lhat it has been examined by us and to the best ol our knowledge nnd bNiel is true and correct, Harold S. Jones I Leonard N. Ourch ) Directors, Robert M. Gilbert ) 15,790,960 53 29,391,786.93 658.478.43 6,713,759.17 330,012.79 367,965.39 609,624.09 592,735.71 '592, J35\ 7 i" ..$ 6,064,275.29 .. 1,5M,600.00

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