Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1952 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 17, 1952
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MCftlhMUl ilMci, fry*"""**. AikontM. I,.,;! -1. Says He "GotThrill" Out Of Shooting At Worr-efl; Relates First Time He. Fired At Customer Drinking Coffee In Restaurant Los Ang«les-W J )-Los Angeles' "phantom gunman," the shoot- i^nd-run sniper who has killed on? : woman and wounded four, gave 'sheriff's deputies this explanation for his acts: ""When I shoot at women I got excited and get a thrill out of it." Evan Charles Thomas, 29, husky iun-tanned railroad switchman, was arrested yesterday after a shot in the night narrowly missed a woman in the Los Nielos district. Mumbling and nervous, Thomas, father of two children, told deputies this story: Eight months ago he bought a .22 rifle which he kept under the back seat of .his car. His depreciations be.can one night when his Richest of all coffees gives you 10-15 more cups per pound yet costs only 2 cents more wif* and children wert visiting her mother and he felt "at loose ends." ,"I remember the first time I pulled the trigger," he xiid. "I was driving past this little coffee stand on Atlantic, j C|W thii girl sitting there . . . 1 stopped ?bout 500 yards wiy and went into tn alley with the rifle. "She had the cup to her face. I aimed at it. I wanted to knock the cup out of her hand. But I hit her in the head." Thomas attributed the shootings i to an unnatural urge, but said he | had "no rhyme nor reason for i choosing victims." I 'Deputies said the coffee «tand victim was Mrs. Nina Marie Bice, 25, mother of three. They said Thomas also implicated himself in four other shootings last f a l l . He was arrested after deputies noticed him hovering close as thty Invtttifittd' tht iirini of · .12 kulltt into the home of Mn. Jo»n Rlle, tt, hit neighbor. The shot ernhed through a window while she watched television and missed her by Icsj than three feet. He was booked on suspicion of murder and felonious assault. Extension Agreed To In Powor Supply Contract Washington - (/P) - Another ex tension hii been tgrecd to in the effort! to obtain approval of .a contract for mpplying electric power to Reynolds Metals Company's proposed new plant near Arkadelphia, Ark. .The new deadline will be next Wednesday. . The Federal Power Commission still h»$ to giv« IU approval to the contract between Reynolds as purchaser and Southwestern Power, Administration, vhich markets federally-produced power, and the Arkansas Power and Light Company as power suppliers. Marriages Charter No. 7341 IttitrTt District No. I REPORT OF CONDITIOH OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ol FariiitTilla in the State el Arkansas, at the Cine of Buiinwi on March 31, 1952. Published in r»iponi« te call made by Complrolltr of the Currency. und*r Stetien 5211. U. 8. Revised Statutti. ASSETS t. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection $1.850,786.88 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed _-_ 3,565.118.42 3. Obligations of Stat»s and political subdivisions 1,050,230.77 5. Corporate stocks 'including $18,800 stock of Federal Reserve bank) . 17.125.00 6. Loan and discounts (including SI.754.66 overdrafts).. 2,972,035.43 7: Bank premises owned J20.000.00, furniture and fixtures $20,OUO.OO_i ^ 40.000.00 11. Other assets 229.21 12. TOTAL ASSETS $9~495,573.71 LIABILITIES IS. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations _. __ $5,740,076.38 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations : 1,508,504.43 15. .Deposits of United SUtti Government (including postal savings) _ . ' _ . . .. 106.621.12 16. Deposits, of States and' political subdivisions ._ B05.422.65 17. Deposits of banks . _ ' ' -1 510,501.10' 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $8,671,125.68 13. Othef- liabilities 38.91)6.54 24 TOTAL LIABILITIES $8,710,032.22 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital Stock: (c) Common stock, total par $250,000.00 250,000.00 26. Surplus 300,000.00 27. Undivided profits _ _ 135541.40 !8. Reserves 100,000.00 IS. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 785,541.48 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1 $9,495,573.71 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for oilier purposes 697,091.35 State of Arkansas, County of Washington, ss: I, Ellis E. Shelton, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the .ibove statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. ELLIS E. SHELTON, Cashier. CORRECT--Attest: T. I. Abshitr, Hal Douglas, Herbert A. Lewis, Sworn to and. subscribed before me this 15th day of April. 1952. ' " N. A. McCARTNEV, Notary Public. My Commission expires Sept. 8, 1958. 17-H-c Gerald E. Skelton, Sprlngdale. and Miss Ruth Ada Gayer. Goshm, were married April 14 by the K?v. James L. Ncal. Elmer Hupp and Mrs. Nellie McCoy, both of Wichita, Kan., were married April 12 by the Rev. James C. Ramcy. Harold Harmon and Mist Biliip Sue McClelland, both of Spring dale, were married April 12 by thr Hev. Jack E. Taylor. llollis' O. Burrnugh, Jr. Sum- mere, and Miss Anita Hale, Wcst- ville. Okla., were married April li by O. W. Wilson, justice of the pea re. Wayne Dayle.v and Mlsi Ida Hello Preston, both of Fayeltevllle, wore married April 11 by Ihe Rev. OnrRe L. Dockery. Leo G, Picrron, Fayeltevllle, and Miss PCBB.V Jo Haglcr, Hickory Rirlge, wore married April 12 by the Rev. Porter Weaver. V. H. , Mlzcr and Mrs. Heltn MasuM. both of Tulsa. Okla.. wert m a r r i e d April 5 by the Rev. J. Robert Moffett. YOU CANT FOOL A DEVIL'S FOOD f ^*^X-3*^ v,. Mrs. Tucker's Shortening, 3 Ibs. . 59c Dei Monte Catsup, 2 for 35c Green Giant Peas, No. 303,2 cans . . . . . . 35c Tomatoes, 2 No. 2 cans . 29c Donald Duck Orange Juice, 46 oz. . . . . . 19c Surf Washing Powder, Large Box . 19c Griffin Coffee, Lb 75c McCormick Tea, '/ 4 Ib. 27c, Vz ib. . 59c Vigo Dog Feed, 3 cans 27c Green Crisp Cabbage, Ib 6c Lemons, Doz 29c Cello Carrots, 2 pkgs 25c Green Onions, 2 bunches . 15c Star-Kist Chunk Style Tuna 29c Jack Sprat Pork-Beans, 2 No. 2 cans . . . . 29c CORN KING BACON, Lb. . . . ARMOUR ROAST BEEF, c a n . . . . SWIFT FRANKS, Ib WILSONS ROLL SAUSAGE, Ib 33c . 49c . 49c . 29c OLEO, Ib... 17c FRYERS, Ib. 48c MISSION STREET GROCERY Pric«i Good Thiirt., Fri., and Sat. 525 MISSION The population of Rotterdam is ;il:out 675.000. See Our Suggestions for Quick Delicious Meals! COCOA CREAM 'CAKE : What Could Be Easier Or Quicker Than Fried Chicken? Cut Up ... Ready.for-the Pan Friday and Saturday BACON ENDS AND PIECES 5-lb. box 79c FOLGER Cotfee Why buy a substilue brand when you can buy the best for only FRYERS Each 75c The.' sama Shopping Center quality . . . Buy several to put in your freezer Swift's Sweet Rasher BACON, Ib 37c The favorite of many. SHORT RIBS OF BEEF L b , . . . . . . . 39c Keep a good stew simmering on cleaning days. VELVEETA CHEESE 2-lb. Loaf . 79c V Each TROUT. 49t Fresh, Large, Country"· EGGS ·] Dozen . 29c Ft. Howard TISSUE, Linen Soft, 4 Rolls MARSHMALLOWS ST 25c ?hat Famous Line of FFV Cookies Is Back /// This Territory FFV Lemon Thin Wafers. pkg. FFV Orange T h i n s . . . . pkg. 44tf , FFV Short Bread pkg. 49 This Item Is New -- Delicious With Strawberries Tavern Appetizers . Pkg. . 35c With Bleu Chcose ··"· ti TAVER0P ·^ :K'i5 fc ~~s'A. COAT GLO-COATER Wax Aoolier " 49 Fresh Green CORN, 6 ears 39c Tender Yellow Kernels California Sunkist ORANGES 2 Doz. . Yellow Bermuda ONIONS 39c Giant Size Seedless ·, GRAPEFRUIT^ 10 for . . . 69e These Are About the Size of"; Saucers. -' Golden Yellow CARROTS ;i For That Stew \\ 2 Bchs. . . . Sweet ond So-o-o Good on a Hamburger T Ibs. 25c

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