Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on February 7, 1972 · Page 5
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 5

Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, February 7, 1972
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The Winners' Circle ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MOW., FEB. 7, 1972 Page 5 •9i Disneyland Sculptured in front of the model of Disneyland castle are, All smiled for the photographer in front of the Bennie Mo- left to right: Winnie the Pooh, Goofy, Pinocchio, Mickey and land home, 306 S. 8th St. Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and his three nephews and Pluto. (Dally News Photo by Chuck Ostheimer) Where Else Can You Get Aft,. Rushmore to Estherville Iowa Lakes Community College came through once again to cop first place in the group division for snow sculptures with a replica of Mt. Rushmore. (Daily News photos by Chuck Ostheimer) Interest Paid or Compounded Annually on Savings Certificates 0i" $10,000.00 or More, 5 Year Term Interest Paid or Compounded Annually on Savings Certificates of $10,000.00 or More, 3 Year Term Interest Paid or Compounded Semi-Annually on Savings Certificates of $1,000.00 or More, 1 Year Term Instant Daily Interest Paid on Passbook Savings Just Lacking 'Bdfee' Paul Bunyan rests on stump with axe in hand, with sawblade nearby and fallen log in foreground in sculpture by co-winning individual sculpture by the LeRoy Powers family. ASSETS Jan. 1, 1972 Cash $ 81,323.80 U.S. Gov't. Investments 148,261.81 Stocks, Securities and Other Investments 482,472.11 Loans 1,762,438.73 Fixed Assets - Depreciated Value 72,672.28 Other Assets 31,641.05 TOTAL ASSETS $2,578,809.78 OBLIGATIONS and CAPITAL Stockdale Savings Certificates $1,147,648.00 Stockdale Pass Book Savings 159,890.79 Reserve for Taxes and Misc. Liabilities 50,939.38 Notes Payable 200,000.00 ACCOUNTS WHICH PROTECT HOLDERS OF STOCKDALE SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Subordinated Debentures , 166,000.00 Common Stock 73,430.00 Earned and Capital Surplus 418,572.10 Unearned Interest Reserve and Reserve for Contingencies, etc 438,379.51 Treasury.Stock . (76,050.00) TOTAL OBLIGATIONS and CAPITAL . . . $2,578,809.78 Jan. 1, 1971 $ 16,849.11 480,695.51 64,288.11 1,210,977.75 65,055.46 15,889.64 $1,853,755.58 $ 916,448.00 . 97,738.61 51,284.06 172,000.00 73,430.00 367,894.04 251,010.87 (76,050.00) $1,853,755.58 JERRY STOCKDALE President-Secretary CHESTER PERSON Assistant Vice President John Morrell & Co. Capture First Governor's Cup Dual winners of the Governor's Cup for College Skiers after with the cup from left are Carol Dalton, Debbie Steil, Mary competition Saturday were the University of Wisconsin, La- Elmer, and Marsha Behling of the LaCrosse team, Bill Crosse, in the girls' division and Grand Rapids Junior Col- Hesselschwerdt, Andy Valdmanis, Mike Bresnahan, and Pete lege, Grand Rapids, Mich., for men's competition. Pictured Daukss from the Grand Rapids team. fifn Handguns (Continued from Page 1) tor of the newspaper, Gun Week. To allay the fears of legitimate gun owners, the administration early in 1971 quietly undertook a series of discussions with representatives of sporting groups and the arms and ammunition makers. These began with a January meeting of administration officials and officers of the National Rifle Association in the White House. While a Treasury official said he still didn't think "we can look forward to the enthusiastic support" of the powerful NRA, gun interests apparently have won major concessions. Assignment of the standard- making procedure to the Bureau of Standards, for instance was a goal the NRA shared with the rest of the gun fraternity. Administration officials say any new quality standards would be applied across the board to all guns. This would supersede the '68 act, reopening U.S. markets to surplus foreign military pistols. These inexpensive but frequently good-quality weapons accounted for more than half the "Saturday Night Specials" imports prior to 1968. But administration officials argue that readmitting those which can meet the standards would appease seven nations they say have protested the '68 law. Despite these gestures, leading spokesmen for the gun interests remain wary. Gun Week was most upset about reports that the administration bill would require quality testing of all handguns made after 1946. Gun Week editors say they still are not completely satisfied even though the administration apparently has agreed to make the legislation applicable only to guns produced in the future. Will Not Run DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP)Rep. Daniel Bray, D-Davenport, who at 24 is the youngest member of the Iowa Legislature, says he will not seek reelection this year. Bray will graduate from the University of Iowa law school this year. ROBERT L. HAMMOND President Golden Sun Feeds MILDRED E. HUNTSINGER Vice President Stockdale, Inc. Traveler Bancorporation J. M. STOCKDALE Professor Sacramento State College avings in by the 15th Earn from the 1st IHC. At Estherville, Iowa Phone 362-3582 -AND 1st UNITED BANCORPORATION (A Wholly Owned Subidiary of Des Moines, Iowa)

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