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Arkansas City Traveler (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Arkansas City, Kansas Traveler beat City Man 27, held on assault charges insurance for Field on Strother Agenda by Judy Welch traveler staff writer a 27-year-old Arkansas City Man wanted for the assault of three elderly Salina residents was arrested in Arkansas City saturday evening by two sheriffs officers. Deputies Mike Walkley and Bob Schul observed David Wagoner leaving a liquor store at Summit and Madison As girl Falls 15 feet further discussion of insurance coverage for Strother Field structures is slated for the Strother Field commission meeting wednesday at 4 . At the Field terminal building. Agent Dave Jackson of Arkansas City said at the commission s last meeting All insurance coverage at the Field should be open for competitive bidding. Action on retaining firms to insure the Field was deferred until a decision could be reached on whether competitive bids would be sought. Bids for a Drivers examination building to be constructed at the Field will also be opened wednesday. Cost estimates for the Structure Are about $25,000. Discussion of a proposed leasing agreement with Cessna aircraft co. Will continue wednesday. The firm last month sought to lease ramp space for equipment storage but desires a lease for More than one year As roved by the commission. A review on the possible need for scheduled stops by air Midwest at Strother Field will be conducted at the meeting Airport manager Fred Tupper said conversations with air Midwest officials indicated passenger Load was not sufficient to warrant scheduled stops. Final Agenda items include review of financial matters and consideration of Sale of Field property to Range Oil co., Wichita. A nine year old Arkansas City girl remains unconscious and in the intensive care Section of Newton memorial Hospital in Winfield this morning As the result of a fall sunday evening through the skylight of the sacred heart Catholic Church recreation Center. Teresa Ternes daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Ternes 219 South a fell through the skylight about 15 feet to a Concrete floor while retrieving a Tennis Ball. Teresa is a student at Roosevelt Grade school. Her father said this morning that although she has not regained consciousness a fall signs say she is getting they were driving by about 6 . Weakley said Wagoner offered no resistance during the Quick apprehension. Wagoner was picked up by plane by the Salina police department at Strother Field two and one half hours later and was scheduled to appear in court in Salina late this morning. He has been charged with one count of aggravated burglary and three counts of aggravated Battery in connection with the stabbing thursday of 70-year-old Auburn Baccus his 63-year-old wife Olita and a next door Reightor 86-year-old Nora Mullen in her Home. Salina police said this morning All three Are still hospitalized and in stable condition. Both Cowley county sheriff Fred Satterthwaite and Salina police chief John jury selection beginning Wody said this morning that Wagoner had been living with the Baccus. A they just kind of took him in a Wody said. A the has been living with them on and off most of his life. Quot Wody also said that Wagoner has made some damaging statements Quot but he refused to comment further on the statements. Wagoner has been a patient at the Osawatomie state Hospital and left the Hospital Over memorial a weekend. Wody said he thought Wagoner was receiving treatment on a voluntary basis. Wagoner was arrested july i by the Winfield police department for walking while under the influence of alcohol and was in the Cowley county jail until july 5 when he appeared in Winfield municipal court deception charged in alcohol funding Topeka ran. Apr the chairman of the Kansan citizens committee on alcohol abuse and alcoholism said monday that a state decision to deprive alcoholism services of any title xxx funding a May Well result in a catastrophic effect on substantial numbers of citizens in this or. Benjamin Farney said he was referring to a decision announced by social and rehabilitation services Secretary Robert harder. A the personal interest and participation that you have shown in the alcoholism planning conferences programs and legislative concerns was really substantial and effective a Farney said in a letter to harder. A i was especially encouraged and pleased with your personal attention. A the consideration you have Given in the past makes this withdrawal of support even More Farney said social and rehabilitation services specifically represented to the legislature this year that a substantial part of proposed state funding for alcoholism programs would be utilized for title xxx match. A that would now seem to have been a blatant deliberate misrepresentation a Farney charged. A i want it clearly understood that i believed the representations to be True made in Good Faith and i resent having been made a party to that kind of harder was not immediately available for comment. Farney said the legislature performed a courageously and responsibly in providing funds that for the first time a Well rounded program could begin to address a very serious disease problem. A your action not Only nullified the legislative action and their intentions but will actually result in diminution of present services which Are legally inadequate a Farney said Farney said his statements might be Blunt and perhaps offensive but declared they Are a a very Short review of the salient facts As i understand Farney said at least 50 per cent of the title xxx Kansas funds Are going directly to pay social and rehabilitation services salaries. He said a comparison of the same accounts for past years reveals 35 per cent going to social and rehabilitation services salaries and 65 per cent going to service providers. A this represents a major shift in financing with no explanation of Why or adequate Opportunity for citizen comment a Farney said. Bodes trial jury being selected Winfield the process of selecting a jury began in District court this morning in a damage Case where the plaintiff is asking for Over $50,000. Joyce Parker Rock is asking for damages against Merlin Keeley Wichita for injuries sustained in a Gas explosion Over a year ago. Parker and her husband rented a Rock residence from Keeley and in her petition states that Gas escaping from an open pipe in the Kitchen ignited when she attempted to Light a heating stove. Arkansas Cinyan injured an Arkansas City Man suffered an estimated $300 damage to his 1972 Oldsmobile saturday afternoon when he lost control of his car on township Road just East of Cowley 27. Rick Eastman 210 Vanburen told officers he dropped a cigarette and was brushing an Ash from his shirt when he apparently lost control of the vehicle and struck a tree. Rued officials due in Winfield Winfield a members of the Winfield area chamber of Commerce will meet with representatives of the Kansas department of economic development at a luncheon july 19 at the Winfield country club. The meeting was requested by dded officials to discuss the future of economic development in Kansas. Phoenix Ariz. A selection of jurors begins today in the murder trial of two men charged in the 1976 car bomb slaying of newspaper reporter Don Bolles James Robison 54, a Chandler. Ariz., plumber and Max Dunlap 47, a Phoenix contractor Are charged with Carter first degree murder and conspiracy in die slaying which attracted a team of investigative reporters to Phoenix to examine White Collar crime and its alleged ties to key political figures. Bolles 47, worked for the Arizona Republic. He was totally injured by a dynamite bomb placed under his car june 2, 1976 from Page one plumbing wiring and building materials Benson lbs. Co. 313 w. Madison 442-0180 surplus of 500,000 barrels a Day expected at West coast refineries once Oil starts flow my at full capacity through the newly opened trans Alaska pipeline. Schlesinger a remarks came on no cd so meet the he acknowledged it would be difficult to justify the Export to americans who have repeatedly been told of the need to conserve fuel. A was a consequence there will be no exchanges All of the Oil coming out of Alaska will have to be shipped to the states a he said. Schlesinger said Carter decided to abandon the proposal last monday. The u Oil Swap had been touted by some administration and Oil Industry officials As a Means of cutting the Cost of transporting alaskan Oil to Eastern and Southern refineries. Those officials said such an arrangement could Cut As much As $1 to $1.50 a barrel from the Cost of transporting alaskan Oil East on tankers through the Panama canal but said Schlesinger a we Are unable to demonstrate dear Cut savings to the Consumers. On balance the president has reviewed tile matter and he believes the swaps would be undesirable a partly on political grounds partly for other technical reasons a the administration is believed to favor building pipelines to carry surplus alaskan Oil to markets in the Midwest. Schlesinger said Carter s decision to keep alaskan Oil in the United states should encourage that development. In Anchorage trans Alaska pipeline officials said sunday they hoped to resume pumping Oil within Days. The flow was flailed Friday night after a fire knocked out a pumping station near Fairbanks. Meanwhile House Republican Leader John Rhodes said sunday he does no to believe Congress is any mood to give the president Broad standby authority to impose a gasoline rationing program. He appeared on Abc s a issues and Rhodes renewed Gap criticism of the Carter Energy program. He said a Republican plan to allow Gas. Oil and Coal to find their own Price Levels iii a free Market makes greater sense than the administration s advocacy of More stringent controls on prices. Of it or amp Tell a carpet i remnants i doily delivery on orders of $5.00 or More Shanks grocery 427 s Summit we have a few carpet remnants left. Choose from shag sculptured Kitchen and indoor outdoor. Reduced As much As 50% Fosters the petition further states she suffered deep second and third degree Burns to the soles of her feet necessitating skin grafts and is a severely and permanently disfigured and disabled. A abortion information Choice 316x685-9121 prescriptions you pay Cash but you 9 a y less Graves drug m or in a ii>ti42 Mio report of condition consolidating Domestic subsidiaries of the the Home National Bank name of Bank of Arkansas City in the state of Kansas at the close of business on june 30 published in response to Call made by comptroller of the currency under title 12 United states code Section 16 d 7 m Llanil Danl Unm Kar i 0 1977 charter number statement of resources and liabilities National Bank Region number Cash and due from Banks u s Treasury securities obligations of other u s gov t agencies and corps obligations of states and political subdivisions other Bonds notes and debentures Federal Reserve Stock and corporate Stock trading account securities Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell Loans. Total excluding unearned income less Reserve tor possible loan losses Loans. Net direct lease financing Bank premises furniture and fixtures and other assets representing Bank premises real estate owned other than Bank premises investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies customers liability to this Bank on acceptances outstanding other assets total assets 28 404,221.38 289,747.74 demand deposits of individuals Pron ships and corps time and savings deposits of individuals Pron ships and corps deposits of United states government deposits of states and political subdivisions deposits of foreign govt and official institutions deposits of commercial Banks certified and officers checks total Domestic deposits total demand deposits total time and savings deposits total deposits in foreign offices total deposits in Domestic and foreign offices Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase liabilities for borrowed Money mortgage indebtedness acceptances executed by or for account of this Bank and outstanding other liabilities total liabilities excluding subordinated notes and debentures subordinated notes and debentures 15 858,541.82 26,488,315.5$ cult o it k 3 o i no shares outstanding non Ipar Valu no shares authorized 10,000.00 no shares outstanding 10,000.00 Par value preferred Stock a common Stock a b surplus retained earnings Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves total equity capital total liabilities and equity capital it o z it cd o 2 us 5 average for 15 or 30 Calendar Days ending with can Date Cash and due from Banks fed funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell total Loans time deposits of sex too or More in Domestic offices total deposits fed funds purchased and securities sow under agreements to repurchase liabilities for borrowed Money total assets. Standby letters of credit outstanding time certificates of de s Ltd denominations of $100 too or More other time Deposit its of $100,000or More dollars a i to 5, 758, 314 46 2, 904, 680 16 n Lone 4, 807, 579 92 h Lone i 30 too of none 3, too too of i 28, 114, 473 64 Mone i. 124, 429 .87 2. 250 .21 none none i 689, 111 i i 46, 431, 595 a i 13, 649 607 j 22, 045, 537 i 81 311, 502 .57 6 245, 155 1.06 none i 17, 717 i94 77 1 236 .28 42, 346 857 .41 none t \ 42 346 857 i 4 1 none i none al one none 507 506 .77 42 854 i 364 to 8 none. None 200 i too of 800 i too Ooi 2 577, i 141 .19 none i a 3 577.1 141 in 46 431, 505 Eoj 5 059 i i too of 3 318 i too of 28 398 too of i 3 997 i too i. Cd 1 41 979 i too i 001 none 1 none i 46 048, i too too ii 85 i too of i 3 997 i too i of i none i Richard j. Teague _ vice president amp cashier of the above named Benk do hereby declare that this re port of condition is True and Correct to the Best of my knowledge and belief Richard j. Teague july 8, 1976 we the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this statement of resources and liabilities we Dei Tare mat it kids been examined by us and to the Best of our knowledge and belief is True and Correct Robert a. Brown Roger a. Brown directors . Hutchinson

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