Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 7, 1974 · Page 5
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May 7, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

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Moving Day — Passive and relaxed, Rudy, a gorilla at the St. Louis Zoo. surrenders to the influence of tranquilizers while zoo keepers transfer the massive primate from one cage to another. Rudy was moved via a specially-constructed gurney designed to accommodate the extra weight of the 311-pound gorilla. The True Story of Paradisegate Lost By Ralph Novak N.E.A. Writer President Nixon has come in for his share of criticism lately. So much for the understatement of the year award. There are those, in fact, who charge that the critics have gotten picayunishly out of hand, that some of the critics at least are secretly glad they still have Nixon to kick around anymore. And, some people wonder how long it will be before we start seeing stories like these: WASHINGTON — President Nixon failed to contribute to 239 different charities last year, it has been learned. A Democratic source on the Senate Watergate subcommittee said that Mr. Nixon had not given any money to the Society for Protection of the Duck-Billed Platypus or the International Mah Jongg Players Benevolent Society, among State Bank No. 387 Consolidated Report of Condition of Carroll County State Bank of Carroll in the State of Iowa and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on April 24. 1974. ASSETS Cash and due from banks (including $36.781.10 un- posted debits $ 1.266.073.72 U.S. Treasury securities 2.175.080.00 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 2.803.814.54 Obligations of States and political subdivisions .... 2.332.275.34 Other securities (including $1.000.00 corporate stocks) 1.000.00 ©ther loans 9.415.003.10 r|ank premises, furniture and fixtures, and rother assets representing bank premises 28.699.62 Other assets 680.01 TOTAL ASSETS 18.022.626.33 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships. and corporations ". 7.179,248.64 Time and savings deposits of individuals. partnerships, and corporations 7,786,085.04 Deposits of United States Government 203.102.15 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 389.288.48 Certified and officers' checks, etc 164.997.24 TOTAL DEPOSITS $15,722.721.55 (a) Total demand deposits $ 7,847,509.72 (b) Total time and savings deposits $ 7.875.211.83 Other liabilities for borrowed money 300.000.00 Other liabilities ....:...'. 131,956.43 TOTAL LIABILITIES ' 16,154.677.98 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) .. 149.765.69 Other reserves on loans 200,000.00 Reserves on securities 50,000.00 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 399,765.69 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital, total 1,468,182.66 Common stock-total par value 200,000.00 (No. shares authorized . .6,000) (No. shares outstanding. .6,000) Surplus 400,000.00 Undivided profits !.....' 168,182.66 Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 700.000.00 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. 1,468,182.66 TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 18,022,626.33 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 16,370,525.82 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ..'... '.. 9,725,140.67 We Joe H. Gronstal and Jerome J. Rolfes of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. Joe H. Gronstal, President ' Jerome J. Rolfes, Cashier Correct—Attest: William S. Farner, John F. Gronstal, Robert S. Bruner, M. F. Sernett, L. A. Perschau, Vernis Juregens, Directors. State of Iowa, County of Carroll, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this third day of May, 1974, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this V-v o »-\ K My commission expires Sept. 30, 1977 (Notary Seal) , Sharon K. Gute, Notary Public. other worthy causes. NEW YORK - President Nixon's piano playing is a disgrace to the nation, the New York Times said in an editorial today. The Times likened Mr. Nixon's keyboard excursions to "Nero fiddling while Rome burned" and added, "if America had wanted a piano player for president, they would have voted f or Liberace." OMAHA — President Nixon once uttered a discouraging word, it was disclosed by sources here today. "It was on one of those nice cloudless days and the buffalo were roaming around my place," recalled farmer Zeke Rather. "The President just up and said 'Don't' just because one of the buffaloes was about to walk on his foot." SAN CLEMENTE President Nixon caused the Los Angeles Rams to have a poor season in 1973, reliable Times Herald, Carroll, la. g Tuesday, May 7, 1974 «) informants have reported. "By cheering for the Redskins," the informants said, "he disheartened his home-state team and caused severe psychological discomfort to Ram quarterback John Hadl." MOSCOW - President Nixon has not been able to achieve any progress in winning the Soviet Union back to capitalism, according to diplomatic sources here. "You don't see any Moscow Stock Exchange, do you?" the sources pointed out. WASHINGTON - President Nixon has been frittering away his time playing touch football, an observer said here today. "You always see him out there on the lawn, running around and yelling about vigor," said 93-year-old busybody Cramps Myopia. "At least. I think it was Nixon. One of them presidents, anyway." VATICAN CITY — President Nixon is responsible for the streaking craze that may spell doom for humanity, spokesmen here have announced. "How many streakers did you see around before he was elected?" the spokesmen said. BOSTON — President Nixon has destroyed the cultural life of America, a literary group said here today. A communique from The Pornography Book Club charged that "Six Crises" lowered the level of American writing "further than it has been since the last Ice Age." EDEN - President Nixon, not the snake, caused Adam to eat the apple, scholarly sources revealed here today. "Since all Biblical figures were pretty good at prophecy, it is safe to assume that Adam knew how high apple prices would become under the Nixon administration, so he figured he might as well eat apples while he could stiil afford them." Seek Funds for New School PELLA, Iowa (AP)—The Marion County town of Pella and surrounding communities have started a drive to raise $400,000 for a new school and adult services building. The facility, which will be named the Christian Opportunity Center, is to be completed in Pella in July, 1975. The center's purpose is to provide a training and development program for those handicapped persons not served in existing programs. SHOP OUR GIFT BOUTIQUE DEPARTMENT for many great GIFT IDEAS • Floral Centerpieces • Wall Plaques • Originals in oil • Colonial candles • Pictures by Bel-Art • Nature arrangements Perfect for Mother's Day See our wide selection of brand NEW CHAIN & TREE LAMPS. /• A!! new styles and colors. BUTCHER BLOCK TABLE TOP and six blue denim and calico CHAIRS Deluxe CAN OPENER KNIFE SHARPENER by Sunbeam Avocado and Gold Reg. $17.95 14 99 Just arrived for Mother's Day - Something NEW in style and design. 7 PIECE DINETTE SET Reg. $129.95 SPECIAL 109 88 . Double Carousel SERVER by Kromex Perfect for Jelly or Dressing Reg. $6.98 SPECIAL 36 CUP WEST BEND COFFEE MAKER Ideal party perk in your choice of colors Reg. $16.95 SPECIAL 14 88 2 Qt. FONDUE SET With burner. Ideal for parties or barbecues. Reg. $6.95 SPECIAL 4 88 SUNBEAM CANISTER VACUUM CLEANER Heavy duty model complete with attachments. Reg. $ $49.95 88 MOTOROLA 1 1" PORTABLE TV Black and white. Ideal as mother's set for the kitchen, sewing room, etc. Only 79 95 6 PC. MUG SET Hand crafted with expansion wall rack. Reg. $4.25 SPECIAL $088 CANDY DISH COMPOTE VASES - IRRIDESCENT CARNIVAL GLASS Reg. $3.95 < SPECIAL CORN POPPER New Mirro-Matic with see-thur lid Reg. $7.95 SPECIAL $4,88 6 8 PC. SNACK SET New design for Federal Glass Reg. $4.25 $^49 SPECIAL *1 50 PC. Stainless TABLEWARE service for 8. Your choice of patterns. Reg. $19.95 $ 1 T SPECIAL • * LAWN CHAIR New colorful design on heavy frame SPECIAL 4 QUIK-DRIP COFFEE MAKER by West Bend New double filter. 8 cupt in 8 minute*. Reg. $33.95 SPECIAL 29 95 ELECTRIC BROOM Regina Super Power Deluxe 2 speed Model Reg. $49.95 $M 4)99 SPECIAL 42 COAST to COAST STORE DUANE TAPHORN - ELMER FRIEDMAN WESTGATE MALL

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