Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 8, 1971 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 8, 1971
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Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, January 8, 1971 A-3 Streeper to serve part-time In drug raid A sleeping dog, above, appears undisturbed by the intrusion of narcotics agents who searched this, sleeping pad for drugs. Chief Sheriff's investigator a Demos Nicholas, below, examines quantity of marijuana confiscated in raids of an Edwardsville recreation center and residence. Lounge looted About $150 was stolen in a burglary at the Red Garter Lounge at 3203 E. Broadway sometime early this morning. A front door had been broken open to gain entry. Police found the door open shortly after 6 a.m. The cash register was empty. Annum I'alii Quarterly Min. $1,000 200 WKST MAIN ST. Associate Circuit Judge T. H. Streeper of Alton, a public servant for 46 years in the Alton community, will continue to serve as judge on a part-time basis, without pay, in the Third Judicial Circuit of Madison and Bond counties. Streeper, whose long career in public service started in 1924, retired Dec. 31 from his longtime position as associate circuit judge. Streeper, 71, said he will serve only on a part-time basis on judicial assignment of the Illinois Court administrator and Chief Circuit Judge of the third district. "My entire life has been devoted to serving the public and I will continue to be available as judge whenever Hotel Stratford robbed of $162 A lone bandit, who did not display a gun but who threatened to shoot, robbed the Hotel Stratford desk clerk of $162 shortly after 10 p.m. Thursday. Approaching the hotel's front desk the bandit, with his right hand jammed into his pocket, told the desk clerk: "This is a stickup baby, get the money out of the drawer or I'll shoot you." Juanita Hayworth, after trying to dissuade the bandit, unlocked the' drawer and handed over the cash, which the man took and then fled. NOW PAID ON I-YEAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES I FIRST FEDERAL Savings nn<l lx>iui Association of Kn-st Alton EAST ALTON. Il.I.lN'OIS I am needed," he told the Telegraph. Streeper gained a reputation for his strictness in the courtroom and meting OIK strong punishment to repeated criminal offenders. He sentenced Norman Stanhope of Alton to die in the electric chair for the hatchet murder of Stanhope's wife. Stanhope is now incarcerated in the Illinois Security Hospital at Chester. Streeper's service as judge on a part time assignment will permit him to continue to hold his job as director of the Alton Banking and Trust, Co. Under a mandate of the Illinois Supreme Court, all judges in Illinois were or- Federally Chartered — Federally Insured STARTS WITH LEE OPTICAL GLASSES CHECK OUR *QUALITY * SERVICE * STYLES 117 W. 3rd St. OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY Carpet From Ginter-Wardein K®del • Nylon Polyester • Acrylic Hundreds of Decorator Colors to Choose From COME IN VISIT OUR CARPET CENTER (EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT) SPECIAL OFFER. "GLENDALE" CUMULOFT NYLON 100% CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON GINTER-WARDEIN CO FREE DELIVERY 81 HENRY STREET "DRY LUMBER" OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 8 TO S 465-3588 SATURDAY 8 TO NOON clered to give up their jobs as directors of banks in the state by Dec. 31, 1970. The judge said that there was no pressure from the bank or "anyone else" on him to retire. "It was my own personal decision to retire," Streeper told the Telegraph. The judge was honored Dec. 2!) by the Alton-Wood River Bar Association for his long political and 'judicial contributions to the Alton community and Madison County. He was presented with a silver-handled walking slick — a tradition usually reserved for senior members of law schools on university campuses. Slreeper served as Madison County state's attorney from 1024 — after joining the Illinois Bar Association in 1923 — and served until 1923 as county prosecutor. He serWd on the state legislature ifrom 1933 to 1940 and assistabt in the Illinois Attorney's drffice from 1940 to 1948. CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION of THE BANK OF ALTON of Alton, Illinois AND SUBSIDIARIES at the close of business on December 31, 1970. Published In Response to Call of the COMMISSIONER Or BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES of the Stale of Illinois. ASSETS .1. Cash and duo from hanks (including $ None un- posted debits) $1,138,023.70 2. U.S. Treasury securities k 1,899,086.72 4. Obligations of States and political subdivisions .. 291,616.97 5. Other securities (including $ None corporate stocks) 10,000.00 8. Other loans (including $1,862.32 overdrafts) 5,318,694.65 !). Bnnk premises, furniture and fixtures, ahd other nssots representing bank premises 242,629.88 10. Rcnl estate owned other than bank premises .. 29,538.44 14. TOTAL ASSETS $8,929,590.36 FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY MONTICELLO PLAZA EASTGATE DRUG STORES LIGHTNING LOW DISCOUNT PRICES — PLUS — TOP VALUE STAMPS! LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporal ions $3,848,500.68 16. Time nnd savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations 3,849,953.87 17. Deposits of United States Government 179,813.88 IS. Deposits of States and political subdivisions .... 311,015.63 20. Deposits of commercial banks 75,000.00 21. Certified and officers, checks, etc 25,977.77 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS $8,290,261.83 (n) Total demand deposits $4,.135,707.64 (b) Total time and savings deposits $3,!te4,554.19 27. Other liabilities - 80,631.79 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES $8,370,893.62 RESERVES ON IX)ANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) .... 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND 20,989.13 SECURITIES $ 20,989.13 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 35. Equity capita!, total (items 36 to 40 below) ....$ 537,707.61 37. Common stock—total par value 300,000.00 (No. shares authorized 15,000) (No. shares outstanding 15,000) 38. Surplus 150,000.00 39. Undivided profits 87,707.61 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (Items 34 and 35 above) $ 537,707.61 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, Alto CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (Items 28, 33, and 41 above $8,929,590.36 I, Marilyn Whlttlngton, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition Is true and correct, to the best, of my knowledge and belief. Correct—Attest: Marilyn Whlttington URBAN A. GUBSER ) DR. I, W. PITTS ) Directors W. E. BEARDSMORE ) Stale of Illinois, County of Mndlson, ss. (Seal) Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4th day of January, 1971. My commission expires 10«14-72. Jo Ann Graves, Notary Public FIGHT HIGH PRICES CASH AND CARRY IT HOME YOURSELF V AND EBBLER'S WILL SAVE YOU BIG MONEY PHY FURNITURE YES, Delivery and Financing are Available at Slight Extra Charge. Buy Fine Furniture and Quality Appliances for Less! BEDROOMS STUDENT DESKS LIVING ROOMS Keg. $110 3-PC. MODERN Beige Burl Finish S7Q95 Modern or Colonial SOQ95 79 mid Carry Keg. $100 Modern 2-PC. SOFA AND CHAIR Nylon frclze—sculptured Rug. $00 Gold Nylon Frelze Click Couch SCQ95 59' cash and carry Cash JUKI Carry lleg. $1-10 Your Choice 3-Pc. 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