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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - December 05, 1977, Ardmore, OklahomaThe daily Ardmore Ite Ardmore. Oklo., Mon Joy. Dec it mba a 5,1977 3 irions miss Rodeo America. Miss Rodeo Colorado Amabeth Carroll of Pueblo was named miss Rodeo America in ceremonies held in conjunction with the National finals Rodeo Here sunday night. A laser photo miss Rodeo America chosen Oklahoma Cit apr the new miss Rodeo America is a 20-year-Oid senior at the University of Southern Colorado who says Rodeo is in danger of becoming an a expensive Hobby instead of a profession. Miss Rodeo Colorado Amabeth Carroll of murder victim identity sought Oklahoma City apr detectives were stymied today As they sought to identify the body of a Man apparently in his Early 20s who was found on a Northeast Oklahoma City Street Early sunday with several Bullet wounds in the Back of the head. Officers said the victim carried no identification. A a we be exhausted every possibility of identifying him a said it. Ted Gregory. A evidence is pretty slim. All we be got is the fingerprints were taken from the body but no record could be found of the prints police said. Detectives interviewed persons who live and work in the area where the body was found. Several said they remembered seeing the victim in recent weeks but no one could identify him officers said. The body was spotted on Northeast 33rd by a passing Motorist at about 2 30 . Sunday police said. The victim was described As a Black than wearing a Waist length leather jacket a Light Blue shirt Blue jeans and two tone Brown shoes. Pueblo colo., was chosen miss Rodeo America Here sunday night in a pageant held in conjunction with the National finals Rodeo. Miss Carroll was chosen from a Field of 52 contestants representing the United states and two Canadian provinces. The 5-foot-9 Brunette had earlier been judged Winner of horsemanship and personality categories of the Competition. She is studying recreational therapy at the Pueblo College and plans to work in that area after graduation. She lists hobbies of Goat tying and officiating at High school basketball games. Miss Carroll is one of three women in Colorado who Are certified basketball officials. The new miss Rodeo America grew up on the Rodeo circuit watching her father who was a calf Roper and seeing some failings among Rodeo committees. A i want to become miss Rodeo America to further the work that has been done in the past few years to educate the Rodeo committees and increase the prize Money a she told pageant officials prior to sundays judging. A Rodeo is what put the bread and butter on our table As i grew up and i want to see the same for Rodeo families of today a she added a but without increased prize Money this is impossible Rodeo will become an expensive Hobby instead of a runners up in the week Long pageant were first runner up. Miss Iowa Shelly Renee Burmeister at last a Quality swimming Pool and therapy spa that the average family can afford. Only 995 installed Concuelo apron amp electrical wiring extra Thi Magestic non porous heavy duty fibreglass Pool. We have one installed and performing for your inspection. Call Washington at 223-508? after hours a weekends 226-5465 for an appointment remember Pool prices go of the first of the year. Of Des Moines second runner up. Miss California Sara Hickey of Exeter third runner up. Miss Utah Diane Hamilton of Tooele and fourth runner up miss Hawaii Dayna Leigh English of Mililani. The miss Rodeo America contestants were chosen on the basis of horsemanship personality and appearance. Final judging in the Field of horsemanship was held for the 10 semifinalists chosen late sunday. Winners chosen earlier sunday were Julie Day Trenton tenn., As miss congeniality and miss Hickey in the personal appearance category. A the semifinalists in addition to the Winner and four runners up were miss Indiana Jean Troyan Greencastle ind. Miss Texas Shelly Renee Burmeister fort Worth Texas miss Kansas Kathy Kaufman Derby Kan. Miss Nebraska Vicki Lynne Kennedy Juniata neb. And miss Oklahoma Rhonda Gayle Steenbergen Al Reno okla. The daily Ardmore Ite 117 w. Bywy. . Box 1328 Ardmore okla. 73401 state of Oklahoma by Carrier and motor routes 1 year .30.00 6mont is15.00 1 months.7.50 i Moulti. .2.50 subscription rates in Oklahoma payable in Advance by mali1 year 28.00 6 months15.00 3 months.8.00 month3.00 subscription rates outside Oklahoma payable in Advance by mall to All others 1 year32.00 6months. 17.00 3 months.�00 1 month3.50 single copy 15c�?dally amp Sun. Effective october 1 published sunday morning and each weekday afternoon except saturday. Entered As second class matter at the Post office in Ardmore Oklahoma. Second class postage paid at Ardmore Oklahoma. Editors note americans gave nearly $30 billion to Charity last year. The biggest chunk of the Money went to religious groups. And these organizations Are under growing pressure to give donors More information about the Way contributions Are spent. Here in the first of a five part series is a look at the move toward financial disclosure by charities. By Louise Cook associated press writer representatives of the nations top evangelical associations Are meeting in Chicago later this week to talk about Money and to try to decide How much they. Should Tell the Public about the Way contributions Are spent. The religious charities traditionally have been the strongest opponents of efforts to Force non profit organizations to disclose information about their financial operations. Some spokesmen contend that legislation on financial disclosure would be a violation of the principle of separation of Church and state. The arguments and the fears remain. But a growing number of religious leaders say they must set up a voluntary system for financial disclosure to avoid a mandatory one. In a recent meeting in Washington d.c., roman Catholic Bishops approved strict new standards governing fund raising in the Church. The standards intended for use by All Catholic dioceses and religious orders in the United states require full accountability to contributors with regular audited reports setting Forth the amounts collected the costs of the fund raising and the purposes and uses of the Money. The evangelical leaders a about three dozen of them a were invited to Chicago by w. Stanley Mooneyham president of world Nisi of which a spokesman describes As a a non profit interdenominational outreach of christians concerned with the physical and spiritual needs of people around the world vision has been one of the few religious groups which has always been willing to provide financial information to donors who asked. In july officials of world vision and about half a dozen other religious charities met in the office of . Sen. Mark 0. Hatfield r-ore., who is a member of the world vision Board. Among the subjects under discussion was a Bill proposed by . Rep. Charles h. Wilson d-calif., which would require most major charities to provide a breakdown of where and How their Money is spent. Speaking in support of his Bill Vilson said it represented a a a Golden Opportunity to take a positive step that will insure that the vital work done by legitimate charitable organizations can be continued in the future in an environment that is not tainted by frequent at about the same time As Wilson was speaking Hatfield was talking to the religious leaders. Richard a Watson director of for world vision said Hatfield told them a if Christian agencies done to take the Bull by the horns and come up with some kind of organization of their own that voluntarily provides information then Congress is going to do it. A we agreed with sen. Hatfield. We Felt Christian agencies ought to do something Watson said world vision supports the idea of financial disclosure but is opposed to making it mandatory. There had been pressure for financial disclosure from other sources As Well. Published or arts said that the Billy Graham evangelistic association was not in compliance with a Minnesota Law requiring registration and annual reports on annuity Plains sold in the state. The problem a which Graham blamed on postal and other errors a was cleared up and the association subsequently provided for the first time a full Public breakdown of its spending. The Issue of financial disclosure is not a new one religious organizations in particular have come under attack Ever since the scandal within the pallet Tine fathers of Baltimore a roman Catholic order which raised $20 million in a two year period but spent less than 5 percent of the funds on charitable purposes. Some states already limit the amount charities can spend on fund raising. Others require charities to include a financial state ment along with appeals. Advertisements for the save the children foundation of Westport conn., include a Section which asks potential donors a do you wish verification of save the children credentials a the Section says that 78.1 per cent of the organizations Money is used for direct Aid and support of the Charity itself. An annual report and audit statement Are available on request. World vision tells contributors a Over the past three years world vision invested More than $43.9 million on its ministries while total overhead has averaged 17.1 a Complete financial report is sent to anyone who requests it. Like other charities religious organizations Are covered by a portion of the internal Revenue service code which provides tax exempt status to a corporations or any Community Chest fund or foundation organized and operated exclusively for religious charitable scientific testing for Public safety literary or educational purposes or for the prevention of cruelty to children or under the code none of the net earnings of the group can go to any private shareholder or individual. Tax exempt groups also Are prohibited from a carrying on propaganda or otherwise attempting to influence there Are some 250,000 tax exempt organizations in the United states. Most of them Are required to file financial reports with the 1rs. Because of constitutional guarantees of separation of Church and state however any religious group which qualifies under 1rs rules As an Quot integrated auxiliary of a Church does not have to file Suc a Aone. A Eligius charities i. Quay provide financial reports on. In Timex watches it now Ker Ifil heavi8 Drut a amp gifts 620 w. Main 11 226 2600 All rent applies to Purchase no credit Check s to amp St Rio re Tau 907 w. Roadway. Ardmore 226-0800 Ardmore photocopy . Lion main 223 3061 a Xerox copies a photostat Codle a offset in Ling a Blue printing a Dro Tinq amp engineering supplies Anastasio s pizzeria 60 broach Ian if you Haven t Ealen our Piza you Haven t eaten pizza Dine in or Corry out 223-8879 real italian food Quot what a i Vicria Quot i m0.3y.p. J�4.1.l. 15 for top i Quot a a a a a 12� we a mint trip. I a ir0o4�?� saw Doon. 15�?� Cement Litkei plywood plumbing end elect tical Uip plier. If its to build it it Ith a him it at Ilia lowest prices in Jar Doofe 5% discount on All Cash sales Cash Way lumber company Whire your Dollar buys More. . 223-3433 1976 total giving to clarity in the . $29.42 billion Conlis Lillions 11 in billions i s2.3s Sodiria Loik Compoi ilium dist Bulion Len Atli t hts Ellils. Stoa ill. Miuor lit t Hun ullies bs2.0i civic i Public a i >0.91 source Ara Elican Assoc align of fungi it Raisin in counsel. Inc. A $2.� where the Money comes from and where it goes this Chart compiled from information provided by the american association of fund raising counsel inc., indicates the amount of Money donated by various sources to Charity in the United states in 1976, and where it went. A laser photo div dual arms of their operations which do not meet irs requirements for the exemption from filing it is these religious groups however which raise the most Money. The american association of fund raising counsel inc. Says americans gave a record $29.42 billion to Charity in 1976, up 9.4 percent from 1975. Religious groups got 43.6 percent or $12.84 billion up 9.9 percent from the previous year. The Treasury department estimates that deductions taken by individual taxpayers for charitable contributions in 1976 Cost the Federal government about $4 billion in lost taxes. Billy Graham has noted in the past that churches and Church related groups Are not required to provide financial information. A but the mood of the country is moving in that direction Quot he added and a we will gladly conform to most of the organizations which Are not in compliance Are religious in nature. Troi amp i family centers Ardmore mail and Tiffany Piaza Christmas store hours 94-10 pm daily 12-8 pm sundays i r i i i i his and her gifts Bulov and Caravelle watches Herr jewellers 225 w. Moin a 223-9399 for the Correct time and temperature Call 223-7460 Landrum construction a a general contractors a steel budding a a garages Concrete a driveways a footing a floors residential and commercial Gene Landrum 223.-1722 Nile 223-2705 ii transmission special Drain fluid change filter Check and adjust linkage Check vacuum valve for leaks. Here Are samples of our payment schedules it Chrls Inias Cash amount. Monthly financed payment payments Tison Moo Isoo 94j000 t 76.18 $ bm2 $106m 1121 to sm79.72 ts.11�j0 42 monthly pay tits rate1ms% the a mount financed will not to to the net proc met paid to you if insurance Lida sired and included in Iha loan. Outer expires december 31,1077 1028 West Broadway 223-7954 open saturdays Unilla noon until Christmas a. Ill a beat ice foods company a to Thorma Casl is filling your prescriptions. Alsup drugstore Al Alsup owner formerly Mortin drug u7i. Moin pm. 223-1343 free City wide delivery Ulfat r my thrust Boch coffer toilet tank Ball Amer a i larget Sehter a the efficient water master 1 Tanh stops the now of water alter plus ulna every Lime. S1.00 at hardware stores Homerin Surang at Granddad s prices simply net a Farmers 4 in 1 package policy. Combine fire Protection theft coverage Glass breakage and personal liability into one policy and save with. Jerry a. Wilson suite 514, Lncoln Center Bdmore-226-3606 of. O i 9 o 3 3 ? cd s cd co Fly to it co a a

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