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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS
DALLAS, TEXAS 75222

Circular No. 70-173
July 21, 1970

To All Banks
in the Eleventh Federal Reserve District:

This is to advise th at the Madison-Southern National
Bank, Houston, Texas, a newly organized institution located
in the territory served by the Houston Branch of the Federal
Reserve Bank of Dallas, opened for business Friday, July 17,
1970, as a member of the Federal Reserve System.
The new member bank has capital of $300,000, surplus of
$300,000 and undivided profits of $120,000.
Its officers and directors are as follows:
OFFICERS
Charles R. Vickery, Jr., Chairman of the Board
and President
Tom B. Hickman, Jr., Executive Vice President
Ronald A. Faulkner, Cashier

DIRECTORS
George N. Allen, Jr.
Carl A. Detering
Leonard R. Frankel
Tom B. Hickman, Jr.
John W. Kolaj a

F. Max Schuette
Albert K. Smith
Charles R. Vickery, Jr.
Eldon N. Wolcott

The combined A.B.A. number and Federal Reserve Bank
routing symbol of the new bank is 35-326.
1130
Yours very truly,
P. E. Coldwell
President

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