Saturday Evening, June 29,1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune New Plan For Picking Baseball All-Stars'Needed Three Redlegs Ruled Off Team by Frick Unprecedented Last-Minute Deluge of 550,000 Votes From Cincinnati Area Would Have Placed Eight Redlegs on Starting Nl Team. NEW YORK (UP)—A new system for picking All-Star players will be introduced next, year and all signs point to a limiting of the fans' voting power. • The new system, in the process of being worked out now, will carry the backing of baseball Commissioner Ford C. Frick, who made his dissatisfaction with the present system obvious Friday wlien he readjuted the results o£ the fans' votes for this year's Ail- Star Game. "Something had to be done," Frick said, when a last - minute deluge of 550,000 ballots from the Cincinnati area created a situation whereby eight Redleg players would have started against the American League All-Stars in St. Louis, July 9. Three Bcdlegs Dropped So after telephone conversations' with National League President Warren Giles and American Coach Childs Quits At Francesville for Greenfield Position FRANCESVILLE — Vernon C. Childs, who campleted a successful three-year tenure as Francesville athletic coach, Saturday announced he had accepted a position at Greenfield, Ind. Childs will .serve as assistant football coach and head basketball and baseball mentor. Under Childs' direction, Francesville went through the regular 1954-55 basketball campaign undefeated, won the sectional and earned- a trip to the Logansport regional tournament. • Ross Nelson, trustee at Francesville, is seeking a replacement who can teach mathematics arid English in addition to athletic duties. UCUI/ TV Oi tell wm.J t..*M .-...- ( League President Will Harridge, | Reschedule LLB, Frick ruled that only five Cincinnati players — the same number of Redlegs who started for the NL last year — would be in the opening lineup this year instead of eight. Frick'3 action, unprecedented in the 24-year history of the All-Star "rame, resulted in* first baseman •eorge Crowe, center fielder Gus :eU and right fielder Wally Post i the Redlegs being dropped from he starting lineup and quite possibly from the All-Star squad. Designated to start in their ilaces were first baseman Stan tusial of the Cardinals, center 'elder Willie Mays of the Giants ;nd right fielder Hank Aaron of •.he Braves, each of whom finished runner-up at his position. Frick's move was generally applauded in baseball circles. The commissioner pointed out that the rush of Cincinnati ballots just before Thursday's midnight .leadline had "resulted in a team which would not be typical of the National League and which would not meet with the approval of fan* the country over." Honesty Unquestioned Frick stressed that his action was "no reflection on the sincerity or honesty of the Cincinnati poll,'* but he explained their 550,000 ballots were "greater than the total number of ballots cast by all other sections of the country for a similar period." Without really moaning to, Frick actually named the National League's All-Star team. The five Cincinnati players who will start are Johnny Temple at second base; Hoy McMillan at shortstop; Don Hoak at third base; Frank Robinson in left Field, and Bd Bailey will catch, Brooklyn manager Walt Alston, who will pilot the NL All-Stars, will choose the pitchers and the reserves. Pony League Games Playoff dates for rained out games in the Little League and Pony League were announced last night. Contests in bo'-h groups were DELPHI BOY MAKES THIRD SOAP BOX DERBY TRY National League, •layer & Club G. AB R. H. Pet. Fondy, Pgh. 57 227 28 83 .361 Vfusial, St.L. 65 259 40 92 .355 lodges, Bkn. 62 238 36 81 .340 Robinson, Cin. 67 275 52 93 .338 Aaron, Mil. 69 291 53 96 .330 American League rlantle, N.Y. Williams, Bos. Boyd, Bal. Fox, Chi. Doug Crlpc, 13, of Delphi, will make his third bid for fame in the annual Logansport All-American washed away the past two nights rs oap Box Derby July 31. He is shown here using the experience gained constructing two other cars to bringing about scheduling of week- s ], ap( , the bulkheads of end play for the future. In the Little Leagues, according to president Paul Maple, the Thursday games of this week, Giants vs. Shamrocks and Cubs ed White Sox will be play- tonight and last night's matches between the Schiff Shoe Store Cardinals and UCT Yanks, Logan Machine Red Sox and National Bank Senators, will be played on Saturday, July 23. In the Pony League the rained out Thursday tilt of the Kain Motor Dodgers and Grusenmeyer Pontiac Indians will.be played on Friday, July 12, Last ni«hl's game between the First Federal Savings Tigers and Eagles Braves,, a playoff of a previous rain out, has been set for Friday. July 5, according to league official. Ves Corcoran, The Colt League also has some rained out matches, including two the past two evenings between the KLK Kolts and A&W Pirates, Alpha Bears and G.T. Jets, which are to be reset in the near future, Peck Parmeter, league president, reports. Cards Only Unbeaten Team Left in Minor Baseball Standings The Cardinals lead the Minor league baseball race with a 2-0! 'Dodgers, Yankees Win at Twelve Mile TWELVE MILE—The Dodgers and Yankees won games in the Twelve Mile Little League baseball action here Friday night defeating the Blue Caps and the Flying Hatchets in a pair of thrillers. The Dodgers downed the Blue Caps 11-7 by laking an early lead and then stving off a lale surge. The Yankees did Ihe same in Ihe second game over the Flying Halchels by scoring four runs in the third inning and then holding on lo win. Summary: shape the bulkheads of his new racer. Doug Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cripc, or 320 West Summi street. Derby unifies from the six-county area arc still acceptable at cooperating Chevrolet dealers. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Yesterday's Results American League Cleveland 000 000 000— 036 Baltimore 000 104 lOx— 080 Garcia, Tomanok (6) and Nixon, Moore (4-5) and Triandos, Loser— -Garcia (3-5). Detroit 100 000. 010— 2 7 1 Boston 001 104 03x— 9 15 0 Maas, Byrd (6), Gromek (8), Hoott (8) and Wilson. Brewer (9-6) and Daley. Loser — Maas (7-C). HR— Maxwell (15th), Klaus 2, (6th & 7th), Boiling (9th). Chicago 000 030 001— 471 Washington 000 120 000— 391 Donovan, LaPalme (0), Howell (0) and Moss, Battey O), Kom- .rr.Ciror, Byerly (li) and Courtney. Winner— Douovan (8-2). Loser — Byerly (2-3). Kansas Oily 020 000 020— 482 Now York 003 010 Olx— 5 10 0 Trucks, Bamelte (8) and Smith. Turley, Grim (8) and Berra. Win- not'— Grim (8-2). Loser — liurnelle Arrange Two Title Fights NEW YORK (UP >— Rival New York promoters Friday closed a Ray Robinson Carmen Basilio middleweight title fight and formally signed a Floyd Patterson Hurricane Jackson heavyweight championship bout. Promoter Jim Norris finally matched Robinson for a defense of his 160-pound crown against Basil io, the welterweight ruler for September. He rales it a million dollar fight. Basilio of Chitlenango, N.Y., is favored at 7-5. He said it would be. staged 'at the Polo Grounds, Sept. 16 or 17, or at Yankee Stadium, Sept. 23 or 24. The site and date will be agreed upon later. Robinson scored a major victory when he was. granted 45 per cent of all net receipts from Uie gate, theatre, television and movies. His purse probably will approximate $450,000. Basilio, who had signed for 25 per cent two- weeks ago, was pared down to 20 ptx cent Major League Standings W. L. Pet. GI Chicago 41 25 .621 .. Now York 41 25 .621 Cleveland 36 30 .545 5 Boston 36 33 .522 6V Detroit 35 33 .515 7 Baltimore 32 34 .485 9 Kansas City 25 41 .379 16 Washington 23 48 .324 20 1 / Sunday s Games Dotroiit ai- B o ston Kansas City at New York (2) Cleveland at Ballimioire Chicago at Washington National League \V. L. Pet. GI Milwaukee 39 29 .574 St. Louis 37 28 .569 V Cincinnati 39 30 .565 V Philadelphia 36 30 .545 .2 Brooklyn 35 91 .530 3 New York 33 35 .485 6 Pittsburgh 25 43 .368 14 ChlicaKo 21 39 .350 14 Major League Leaders Spahn and Donovan Deliver Clutch Hits Pitchers normally are' supposed o be "out men"—-guys who can't it their weight at the plate—so Dick Donovan of the White Sox nd Warren Spahn of the Braves ated some kind of special salute oday for batting as well as .itching their teams to first place. Donovan's ninth - inning single 66 225 62 87 .387 &2 216 46 77 .356 64 209 39 72 .344 67 259 42 85 .328 Skowron, N.Y. 62 241 37 78 .324 Home Runs National League—Aaron, Braves 20; Musial, Cards 17; Snider, Jodgers 15; Moon, Cards; Banks, Cubs; Crowe, Redlegs, and Math- ows, Braves all 14. American League — Mantle, Yanks 21; Williams, Red Sox 19; Sievers, Senators; Zernial, Athletics, and Maxwell, Tigers all 15. Runs Untied In National League—Aaron, Braves 58; Musial, Cards 57; Hoak, Red' egs 44!; Mays, Giants 46; Moryn, Hubs 42; Crowe, Redlegs 42, American League—Sievers, Senators 53; Mantle, Yanks 52; Skowron, .Yanks 51; Wertz, Indians 48; Maizone, Red Sox 44. Pi telling Shantz, Yanks 9-1; Schmidt, Cards 6-1; Trucks, Athletics 6-1; Buhl, Braves 9-2; Sanford, Phils 9-2. Delay Jaycee Golf Tourney The Junior Chamber of .Com merce golf tournament to selec a four-man team to represent Lo gansport in the state meet July 13 at Bedford was delayed by .-.rail from Friday to Monday at 8:3 a.m. at the Dykeman municipa links. Bob Hedde, Jr., Jaycee go] Curt Barclay held the Cards to seven hits until the seventh, then weakened and had to be bailed out by veteran JIarv Grissom. The Giants got to loser Larry Jackson for two runs in the first inning and then nicked him for their final two runs in the fourth. Moore's shutout over the Indi- ave the White Sox a 4-3 victory ans gave thc orioles' pilching ver the Senators and kept thcmUteff a string of 41 consecutive led for the American League - • • — ead with the Yankees, who de- eated Kansas City, 5-4, Friday light. And Spahn cracked out the 18fch lomer of his career in addition to itching a five-hitter against the 'irates in a 4-2 victory for the Braves that enabled them to take ver the National League lead. Hal Jeffcoat of Cincinnati, a re- ormed outfielder, had the best night of all as far as hitting jitchers are concerned. He drove n three runs with a two-run scoreless innings. The four straight shutouts by the Baltimore staff tide the AL record held by <.be Indians of 1903 and 1948 and the Yankees of 1932. The Orioles clinched the game with a four-run rally 1 in the sixth when the Indians committed three of their six errors. Billy Klaus hammered in five runs with two homers and pair of singles to help Tom Brewer to his ninth victory. Loser Duke Maas of the Tigers gave up 10 of Boston's 15 hits. The only two runs off lomer and a double in a 7-1 vie-i Brewer were bases-empty homers ory over the Phillies. Jeffcoat hurled a four - hitter while George Crowe contributed a hree-run homor and Gus Bell lomered wilih the bases empty to iclp boost the Redlegs to within a half-game of the top. The only run off Jeffcoat resulted from Harry Anderson's homer in the jy Charley Maxwell and Frank Boiling. In other games, the Giants knocked the Cardinals out of first place by beating them, 4-1, while the game between the Dodgers and Cubs was rained out. Baltimore tied an American League record with its fourth straight shutout as Ray Moore hurled a lhrce j hilter in blanking Cleveland, 8-0, ami Boston toolf over fourth place from Detroit by •beating the Tigers, 9-2. Donovan's game-winning single Littler and Maxwell Are Co-Leaders of Western Golf Open DETROIT <UP) — Gene Littler and Billy Maxwell, who joined golf's play-for-pay boys after winning U.S. Amateur titles, headed into today's third round of the 54t3i Western Open golf tournament as co-leaders. Littler, a 26-year-old crcwcut Californian who grabbed Uie amateur title in 1953 and turned pro months later, fired a 4-under-par 57 in Friday's second round of the 72-hole tournament to go willi nn opening 69 for a 136 total. Maxwell, 27, the 1951 amateur king from Odessa, Tex., followed scored fleet Jim Landis from sec- up an opening Gfi with a 70 to gain chairman, said any boy -in .Cas county 10 years or under on Angus 15, is elgible to play the 36-hol qualifying route. A trophy will be awarded to the winner of the local contest and the four low boys will comprise the team for the state tourney. Entries may be filed with John Carilhers, manager of the Dykeman course. j^Ufcuu tyu-^.Jwn in.-*, ....... « : nnrlf/m-u . oo't no 11 r i r^WEoS 1 daimin8 an »».c PS SEt 1 ; j Barclay, Grl&som (7) and Thomas. Jackson, Wohmeior (8) and H. SmiUi. Winner—'Barclay (4-5). Loser—Jackson (9-4). Philadlphia 030 001 000— 140 unblemi; Five learns are deadlocked for Ihe runnerup position wilh 2-1 slanding.s as rain washed out several games the past week. MINOR STANDINGS W L PCT Cardinals 2 0 1.000 Indians 2 1 .(107 Panthers 2 1 .1*7 Red Sox. 2 I .6(17 White Sox 2 I .6fi7 Yanks 2 L .SKI Braves 1 2 .333 Cubs 1 2 .333 DodRor? 1 2 .333 Phillies 0 4 .000 Games Monday A.M. — Cards ve. Red Sox at Tower A.M. — Yanks vs. Indians at Fairview P.M. — Cubs vs. Braves at Tower P.'.V. — Panthers vs. Phillies at Fairview Games Tuesday A.M. — Cards vs. Indians at Fairview A.M. — White Sox vs. Braves at Tower P.M. — Yanks vs. Cubs at Tower P.M. — Dodgers vs. Phillies at Jefferson Games Wednesday A.M. Red Sox vs. Indians at Tower A.M. — Cards vs. Dodgers at Fairview P.M. Panthers vs. Braves at Fairview P.M. - While Sox vs. Yanks at Tower Games Friday A.M. — Cubs vs. Cards at Tower A.M. •— White.Sox vs. Panthers at Fnirview P.M. — Dodgers vs. Red Sox at Tower J. Maudlin and K. Jones; Moss, Eurit and Abbot. Yankees 004,00—4 5 1 Flying Hatchets 010,02—3 3 3 McClain and Sullivan; M. Maudlin and Minglin. Alice Bauer Still Sets Pace in U. S. Women's Tourney MAMARONECK, N.Y. (UP) — Survivors of a starting field of 95, 24 .professionals and II)' amateurs set out after puce-setting Alice Bauer in (.lie U.S. Open golf championship today wilh the veteran Botsy Rawls favored lo overtake hor in the final two rounds. Miss Rawls, a tournamonl- I'ou^hencd veteran who has won Ihe Open twice—in 1951 and New York St. Louis 200 200 000— 4 11 1 000 010 000— 1 10 1 Robinson and Norris had* been battling more than a month over Sugar Ray's 45 demand. an in- (4-5). HR-Held (2nd), Lope-/, (5th) iFriday-at his own suggestion, ' T7r»hincnn nnrl Nnri*i« hiin nmw Nniionul League Brooklyn al Chicago, ppd., rain Pittsburgh 000 000 101— 251 Milwaukee 030 010 OOx— 480 Friend, O'Brien (6), Arroyo (8) and Koilcs. Spalin (li-5) and Crandall. Loser — Friend (4-9). HR— Spahn (1st). Sunday's Games at Chicago Philadelphia at Cincinnati (2) dependent promoter, staged the formal signing of heavyweight champion Pultcrson and challenger Tommy (Hurricane) Jack son at boxing commission headquarters for their title fight, July 29, at the Polo Grounds. Wichita Keeps Slim Half-Game AA Lead _ _ Wichita stayed on top by a one- Cincinnati" 003 210 Olx— .7 12 0 half game margin In the American CardtveU, Haacker (5), Moreliead Association Friday night by beat(7) and Lopata, Lonnett. Jeffcoat ing Charleston, 7-3. (7-5) and Bailey. Loser—Oardwell In oilier games second - place (3-5). HR — Crowe (14lh), Jeff-.Minneapolis hovered immediately coat (3rd), Bel) (8th), Anderson;behind Wichita by taking Omaha, (6th). 3-1: Der.ver walloped St. Paul 10-2, •New York at St, Louis (2) American Association W. L. Pet. Wichita ' -14 30 .535 44 31 .5117 Three U. S. Players Seek Quarter-Final Berths at Wimbledon ! WIMBLEDON, England (UP)— America's three survivors in' the men's singles hope today to advance into the quarterfinals of the Wimbledon tennis championships. Vic Seixas of Philadelphia, the 1953 •champion, was scheduled to .meet Ma! Anderson of Australia while Budge Patty of Los Angeles and Bads, the 1950 diampioji., was slatod to oppose Australia's Neale Fraser and Herb Flam of Beverly Hills, Calif, was mnlched against Britain's Billy Knitfht. Lew Hoad, the lop-seeded entry from Australia, mot fellow coun- ind Bob ond base and sent Bud Byerly down to his third defeat. Donovan was credited with hi.s eighth victory although Paul LaPalme snd Dixie Howell relieved. Ancient Enos Slaughter came through with an eight-inning pinch single to score Hank Bauer with the winning run in the Yankees' triumph over the Athletics. Woody Hold and Hector Lopoz each hom- ered for the A's. Bob Grim registered his eighth win in relief. Spahn obtained quite a bit of help in his victory over the Pirales when battery - mate Del jollier stroke back at. 131!. Tied Crandall connected for a three-!with Hnrney were Jerry Bnrbnr, run double off loser Bob Friend I Los Anp>los; Bnbe Licharrtiis, 39 32 .5-191 Omaha Denver 37 32 Charleston 34 41 Ir.dianapoils W 40 Louisville 22 54 Friday's Results Denver 10 St. Paul 2 Minneapolis 3 Omaha 1 Louisville at Indianapolis, rain Wichita 7 Charleston 3 .453 .429 .289 Cincy Stars Aren't ' j-i; Lter.ver wauopeu su ruin lu-z, n .• f\ while the Louisville-Indianapolis rOUTing UV6r Unranked John Busso Decisions Boardman BOSTON (UP) Unranked Johnny Busso looked in the direction of lightweight champion Joe Brown loday after dumping contender Larry Boardman by the wayside. "The first t'hing we want is lo be ranked," said Basso's manager, Nun/.ic DC Lucia, after the Astoria, N.Y., lad's unanimous dc-1 a title match with the elusive game was postponed due lo rain. The Braves displayed high- caliber basoball in whipping the Senators. Right - hander Johnny "Red" Murff pitched a six-hitler while Bob Hazle, Ray Shearer and Bobby Harlsflcld belted homers to bolster a 13-hil attack that drove throe Charleston pitchers from Ihe hill. Starler Bob Shaw departed in the sixth and gol Ihe loss. in 1953— was Uwee behind Miss Bauer wioh another former champion, Betty • Jameson, five strokes back. Miss Rawls, with a chance to take Uie load, Uiree-puttcd the final two greens on Iho second round Friday to card her second successive 2-over-par 74 for a total oif 14fl. cision over B o a r d -m a n Friday night in a nationally-televised 10- roundqr from Mechanics Building. "But we want Brown and we'll take him," said De Lucia. Boardman went into Ihe botil. a slighl favorite, and was looking to Over Pur Moirlene Bauer Hagge, who tied her sisler tor the first ro'und lend with a 72, soared to an 8-ovor-par 81 Friday for a total of K3. Miss Jameson, who won Uie Open in 1947, carded her second straight 75 as she bogeyed two of tlic last tiliree holes. Brown, However, the 23-year-olc Busso switched places with the 21-year-old Marlboro, Conn., lad, knocking him down twice and going on to carve out a popular decision in a rough and tumble scrap. Disperse .tap Students SUNAKAWA, Japan (UP)-<Pro- Cammunist students attempting to block runways at a nearby U.S. air base battled polico for nn hour and n-half in the rain-soaked pre-dawn darkness today. The police eventually drove off. the leftist-led teenagers ami tore down the GO - foot bamboo poles they had embedded in the run- at Tachikawa Field. EVERY SUN. MITE KOKOMO The State Farm Insurance Company's AUTO LIFE FIRE One of the world's leading multiple line insurance organizations has a sales and service-opportunity for the right man in the Logansport area. Some existing accounts to assign. The man chosen will receive training and financing (if necessary) 1 . If you 'are between the ages of 25-35, married, a. high school or college graduate, interested in working hard for a lifetime career with the equities and prestige of being in business for yourself, write for a confidential interview. Insurance .or selling experience helpful but not necessary. WRITE TO: R.P.HEIM, Ditrict Mgr. Box 317, Rochester, Indiana CINCINNATI (UP) — George Crowe and Gus Bell of Cincinnati aren't pouting at being" left off the National League All - Star jam. Lopped off the All-Star team by: a special ruling Friday, Crowe LI Wilson of Britain opposed Sweden's Svon Davidson in the oilier key men's singles matches. Top - scedod Althea Gibson of Now York led a march- of three American girls into the quarterfinals of Uie women's singles division ami Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode of Fo.-ost Hills, N.Y., and Bally Itasemjuisl Pratt of South Ot'ange, TO., attempt to join thorn today. Karol Fageros, the tall and pretty shaUnaker out of Miami, Fla., .dropped oul of the running Friday when she bowed lo liny Rosa Maria Reyes of Mexico, 7-5, 6-4. a share of the lead at the halfway mark. Dow FinskTwald, the third leading money winner from Tcquosla, Fla., who was the first-round leader with a G!>, slipped to a 72 Friday and was louke-d in a fiv:'-way lie with Bob Duden, Portland, Ore.; Ken Venturi, San Francisco; Bob Hill, Rochester, N.Y., and Marty Furgol, Lcmont, 111., a stroke behind Ihe co-leaders. Five other golfers, inoludhiK last week's Flint Open winner, Paul JHaiT.cy, Bolton. Mass., were an- in the second inning. Spahn had a no-hitter until Roman Mcjias singled in the sixth. Hillside, N.J.; George Bayer, Cincinnati, and Gene Bone, Pontiac, Mich. Charter No. 13580 Reserve District No. 7 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE NATIONAL BANK OF LOGANSPOKT in the Stale of Indiana, n( the close of business on JUNE 6, 1957. Published In response to call mmlo liy Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S, Kcvised Statutes. ASSETS Cash, balances wilh other banks, including reserve balance, and cash Hums in process of collection ? 2,910,341.39 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 7,6(1! ,H77.22 Obligations of Stales and political subdivisions 1,<J«3,12!.3I> Other bonds, notes, mid debentures Corporate slocks (including $31,500.00 slock of Federal 53,914.73 Reserve; Bank) Loans and discounts (including .J275.G7 overdrafts) 7,271 .( 31,500.00 Bank premises owned $2(il, 122.30, furnilure and fixtures $75,111)4.36 (Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by bank) Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank 337,006.72 Hooker Going to California MICHIGAN CITY (UP)—Ralph .Jotter has resigned as Michigan and Bell each hit homers in Cin-'Cily High School baskotihnll conch cinnnti's 7-1 victory over Philadel )hia Friday night, Crowe hit his 14th homer with two on and Be':l connected for his eighth homer wilh the bases empty. to accept a similar position at Arcadia High School in California. 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DIAL 4401 premises or other real estate K.067.GIJ Oilier assets TOTAL ASSETS $20,321,070.21 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $ 8,73Q,f.O!U3 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corpora- lions 7,033,133.54 Deposits of United Slates Government (including postal savings) 2iri.iriO.99 Deposits'of Stales and polilical subdivisions 2,618,931.23 Deposits of banks 50,000.00 Other deposits (certified and cashiers' checks, etc.) 2(1,011.H2 TOTAL DEPOSITS $10,683,730.71 Other liabilities 109,539.02 TOTAL LIABILITIES "... .JMII.703,275.73 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Slock: Common slock, total par $525,000.00 $ SZS.OOQ.OO Surplus : SSIi.OOO.OO Undivided profits 457,312,'IS Reserves 21 ,082.03 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 1,528,394.48 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS."$20,321,G70.21 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for oilier purposes $ 1,270,000.00 Loans as shown above are after deductions o£ reserves of ' 7,790.08 I, E. W. Heimllcli, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. E. W. HEIMLICH, Cashier. Correct-Attest: HARROLD B. ROBE L. EARL RAY. HERMAN R. SCHMITT, Directors. State of Indiana, County of Cass. ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 28t hday of June, 1957, and I hereby certify that 1 am not an officer or director of this bank. Notarial Seal MILDRED MARSHALL, Notary Public, My commission expires September 13,1951.
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