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Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas D A LLA S. T E X A S 7 5 2 2 2 Circular No. 68-223 October 18, 1968 To All Banks in the Eleventh Federal Reserve District: This i to advise that the Citizens State Bank of Corpus s Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas, located in the territory served by the San Antonio Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, became a member of the Federal Reserve System today. The bank, which was organized in 1928, has capital of $700,000, surplus $1,200,000, undivided profits $246,180 and total resources $22,663,205. Its officers and directors are as follows: OFFICERS John A. Mobley, President and Chairman of the Board John T. W right, Jr., Executive Vice President Verlyn A. Nolen, Vice President Roscoe M. Smith, Vice President R. C. Rodriguez, A ssistan t Vice President J. P. H ill, A ssistan t Vice President B urt Burkett, A ssistan t Vice President Philip E. Brickley, Cashier Audrey F. Sanders, A ssistant Cashier Edward J. Neubauer, A ssistan t Cashier Jam es C. Roberts, A ssistan t Cashier DIRECTORS E. P. Adams J. L. Bates Marvin L. Berry Thomas J. B illings V irgil Crane Fred Doehne Leslie S. Lockett Clem Mansheim E rnest N. M ills John A. Mobley Verlyn A. Nolen Raymond T. Pryor R. E. Sallee R. J. Sechrist John J. Sloan Roscoe M. Smith Samuel A. Story, Jr. H. P. Stuth Gerald Sutherland John T. W right, Jr. ADVISORY DIRECTORS Joe DeLeon Horton T. Pruett Yours very truly, P. E. Coldwell President This publication was digitized and made available by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas' Historical Library (FedHistory@dal.frb.org)