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F ederal r eser ve b a n k o f Dallas
DALLAS. TEXA S

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C i r c u l a r No. 75-147
O ctober 3, 1975

American Revolution Bicentennial

NEW MEMBER BANK

TO ALL BANKS IN THE
ELEVENTH FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT:
T h is is to a d v ise that the F ir s t International Bank in El Paso,
El Paso, T e x a s , a n ew ly o rg a n iz e d institution located in the t e r r i t o r y
s e r v e d by the El Paso B ra n ch of the Federal R e s e rv e Bank of Dallas,
opened for b u s i n e s s W ednesday, O ctober 1, 1975, as a member of the
Federal R e s e rv e System.
The new member bank h a s capital of $400,000, s u r p l u s of
$400,000, and u n d iv id e d p ro fits of $200,000.
Its officers and d i r e c t o r s a r e as follows:
Officers
A. C. Donell, C hairm an of the Board
G. L. C o n n e r , P r e s id e n t
G e rald L. R ust, C a s h ie r
John H. G lo v e r, A s s is ta n t C a s h ie r
D ire c to rs
G. L. C o n n er
G. G. Dalby
A. C. Donell
Robert F. H ay n sw o rth

Robert C. Heasley
Robert H. Hoy, J r .
O. W. Story
F r a n k L. Weidner

T h e combined ABA n u m b e r and the Federal R e s e rv e Bank ro u t­
ing symbol of the new b a n k is 88-691.
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Sincerely y o u rs,
E rnest T . Baughman
President

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