Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 23, 1972 · Page 4
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 4

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 23, 1972
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4A--July 23, 1972 Sunday Geuette-Mcdl Wwt vtrtlnrt-- Southern Exposure Two-year-old David Cooper of Mystic, Conn., demonstrates heat wave of his own, pants and underwear in the wind. His mother didn't like the southern exposure, New England style, and was in hot pursuit. (AP Wirephoto) McGovern Would End Greek Dictatorship Aid WASHINGTON-Wt- Democratic presidential nominee George McGovern says he would announce an end of al] U.S. aid to Greece immediately after his inauguration next January if he is elected. He says also he would reduce to an absolute minimum the number of U.S. military personnel stationed in Greece. McGovern made the statements in spelling out how he would support and carry out the Democratic party platform on Greece. The platform provision says only: "Cease American support for the repressive Greek military government." McGovern's plans were written in a letter to Elias P. Deme- tracopolous, a . Greek refugee leader in Washington, who had asked for McGovern's views and released the answering letter Saturday. The letter was dated July 17. In January of next year 1 would announce the immediate termination of all U.S. aid to the Greek dictatorship," McGovern said. He noted that the House had approved such action last summer. However, in the final outcome last January, Congress banned aid to the Greek government but provided it could be resumed if the President determined national security was involved. McGovern said he would notify the NATO council of the purpose of his action in cutting Greek aid. McGovern said also he would order a basic review of the agreement in principle reached earlier this year "between the Nixon administration and the Greek dictatorship" granting a home-port facility near Athens for elements of the U.S. 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean. 'And I would certainly submit any such agreement to the Senate for ratification," he said. Charter No. 15882 Call No. 482 National Bank Region No. 5 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE Kanawha Banking Trust Company National Association nf CHARLESTON IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 30, 1972 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER TITLE 12, UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 161. ASSETS Cash and due from barns (including $49,096.01 unposted debits) ., 5 12,337,495.66 U.S. Treasury securities 8,446,683.40 Obligations of other U. S. Government agencies and corporations · 4.050,642.79 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 17,322,240.52 Other securities (including $125,188.75 corporate stock) - 159,027.00 Loans 57,309,713.43 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 2,672,524.65 Other assets 797.ffl9.73 TOTAL ASSETS , $103,096,027.18 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ............................. $ 25,942,636.07 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations .................. 51,810,995.13 Deposits of United States Government ____ ' ......... 1,330,882.71 Deposits of States and political subdivisions ......... 5,038,814.70 Deposits of commercial banks Certified and officers' checks, etc TOTAL DEPOSITS , SR6,8fi2.795.28 (a) Total demand deposits ...' §34,601,800.15 ( b ) Total time and savings deposits $02,2(30,095.13 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase Other liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulines) $ 84103635 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES $ S41.93fi.35 .2,233,787.18 505,679.49 5,830,000.00 3,101.179.04 S 96,093.974.32 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Common Stnrk-( par value .......... '. ........ $ 1,211,830.00 No. sharps ant horixnd 36u.flflO No. shares outstanding 2-5L',3(i6 Surplus ...................................... 3,n:,7,7fil .00 Undivided profits . . ; S'lli yi-, -,] TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS' ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . '. '. '. '. S H H i o ' l l H a i TOTAL LIABILITIES. RESERVES. : AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .................. S10:;.il9i;.027.1S British Pledge Tougher Measures for Terrorists BELFAST -- w -- Britain's administrator for Northern Ireland signaled the start of a new offensive against the Irish. Republican Army on Saturday. He told British soldiers to "Go after the killers, the bomb makers and the fanatics who mastermind them." Even before William Whitelaw issued his declaration, troops swept into taown IRA hideouts and seized 76 guerrilla suspects! in the aftermath of Friday'· you bombing bloodbath in Belfast that killed 18 persons and wounded another 130. Whitelaw said the IRA bombers "showel by their cruel and callous actions yesterday that, quite without wanting, they were prepared to kill, maim and wreck destroy to get their own way." Speaking on television to the people of Northern Ireland, Whi- itelaw said: "I urge that ail of help the security forces to root out the gunman and the bomber from your midst, for ported unless you dp, there is only miserj' ahead for you and, indeed, for all of us." The guerrillas, he said,: have proved they are determined to Northern Ireland in order to gain their objective. "They must fail. On behalf of Her Majesty's government, I tell you now, they will fail." Whitelaw's statement came while the British army wa* preparing to take the toughest measures so far in putting down the terrorists. ration Shootings throughout the eight raised the death toll to 18 niace a .score of bombs hit Belfast on Friday afternoon. Seven of the victims were truck driver, killed in gun battles that fol- driver lowed the bombings. Some the shootings apparently were th* work of revcogist ass*s»ina- ·quads. Sorry, He'§ Already Given Once Today .SAO BAUU)-(M-"This » » holdup. ..Give me the money or -i«.» » else, . an armed robber told a . Police reported the replied: "I beg your par- sir, but we were held up some 10 minutes ago." of don Statistics show that motorist! Injurt or kill a tbouuad times more innocent victims Una all otMr criminal elements combined. , Sunday GazcUe-Mail nta*4 ·$ second cl**i m«rt«r the h* OHI» *t Clwrtoi under. «tt «d * ttort* 3, JHT. lnd*M***flt mwipapir publlihid «·* Sundtv momiM by ttw' Dully (Mxttt. Cemp«hv «* C!*y Cwimunintions, lh;.,~riTwrly ttif Ch*rfcrtw Mill A«eci«- tier, In Charlmtofl, W. V*. 2BM. Sunday Gaz«tt»-V»I! It · latmhir «f Tm Associated Prct*. Tht AMMUtod Press Is entitled to ttw UM « M bcal news for reproduction. .... ..... MMI« Circulation Depirtnwnt .......... 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Avocado/White, size 24"x76". REG. 19.99 14.99 UP TO 33 % OFF REDWOOD · WROUGHT IRON · WICKER FURNITURE--Third Floor BEAUTIFUL TURKOMAR BYCOURISTAN Authentic oriental design is woven through to the back of this 100% worsted wool pile rug with hand knotted fringe. Choose from Kirman Open Field, Sarouk all over or Heriz designs. Beautiful Turkomar oriental design rugs by Couristan. SPECIAL 8-3x11 -6 reg. 169.98.. .139.00 other sizes available. 27x52 reg. 24.98.. .SALE 1 9.00 4x6 reg. 59.98.. .SALE 4 7 . 00 6x9 reg. 129.98.. .SALE I 09.QO Special order only, 9-10x13-6 reg. 279.98.. .SALE CARPET CENTER--Third Floor MEMORANDA _ Average of total deposits for the l.Ycalendar days ending with call date .......................... $S7, 1 22.058.08 Average of total loans for the 1 5 calendar days ending with call date .......................... $".5.521, 787.54 I. W. N. Shearer. Jr.. I'rf side-in ut t h e ahnve-naTird h a n k do hereby j declare. that !,hih report ul unini«r, is irmr un(\ currra l' l i n i i f ^ i n mv | knowledge and heiief. W . N . Shearer, .Jr. We, the undersigned directors attest the^ nf t h i condition and declare that it has been examined by us .-ind our knowledcc ar.d belief is true and correct. Hawthorne D. B a t t l e Frederick L. Thomas, .Jr. I. N. S m i t h , Jr. Directors. report of t h e hr.^l of MONOGRAMMED GLASSWARE BY A MASTER CRAFTSMAN Kai Schwensen will monogram your glassware with your own personal initials or those that you wish. Choose from W. Va. glass or Federal glass. Personalize a special date in lovely glassware, remember birthdays, anniversarys, weddings and graduations. (no* shown) Set of 8 1 2 oz. tumblers.. .4.99; Setof.8 15 c~. tumblers. . .5.99; 80 or. Pitcher only.. .4.99, Condy jar.. .4.29; W. Va. glass shimpers, set of 8.. .13.99 and W. Va. pilsners, set of 8 , . . 13.99; CHINA-- Fifth Floor SIX TUMBLERS, ONE PITCHER SET OF 8 single 4.99 double 5.99 \

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