The Wylie News (Wylie, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 1980 Page: 2 of 10
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THE WYLIE NEWS
Thursday. April 17. I«W0
THE WYLIE NEWS
Devoted T» TW Bret latomt Of Wyite Store 1947
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FEELING THE PINCH
I wish to take this opportunity
to make a statement to the
citizens of Wylie. You have
one of the finest communities
with which I have(had the
opportunity to be associated.
Wylie will in the near future
he one of the growth areas of
the nietroplex. In order to
plan for that growth it will
require cooperation between
the City of Wylie, the
business community, and the
Citizens of Wylie. I recognize
that these are in reality three
definitions of the same group
of people. This recognition
must come through to the
entire community. If there is
success by any one portion of
the community there is in
reality success by the entire
community and the converse
is also true. An attitude of
"them vs. us" seems at
times to pervade the dealings
of some members of this
community and this attitude
does nothing but cause
To paraphrase John F.
Kennedy the question must
be asked "What can 1 do for
my community not what can
mv community do for me."
The Citizens of Wylie have a
right that their leaders will be
open and aboveboard with
them but parallel to that the
leaders have a right to be
treated with courtesy and
respect. All issues must be
handled in an open and fair
manner and when an issue is
decided by the majority then
all must get behind that
decision and see that it is
/s Tony Franzen
THE LONELY HEART
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Saturday, April 19
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Corner Birmingham & Highway 78
lawn & garden tractors
Fdilor of Wylie News:
The six resident Pastors of
Christ Community Church
are in total agreement with
Rc\. A1 Draper of First
Baptist Church in opposing a
liquor license for Zorba's
Pizza as a Private Club.
This is a gathering place for
young people. Alcohol and
young people equals death.
We as a body of Christ urge
that all people, especially
Christians not support a
business Where death is
being sold- cspecially to
T. M. Trimble. M.D.
CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION
(Including Domestic Subsidiaries)
LEG A, r.'LLOF bank
STATE sank NO
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FEDERAL RESERVE DIST NO
’close of business date
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1 Casn and due from banns .............
2 D-je from otner depos lories d^o aii : r-.n ■ - t i* process of collect on
3 US Treasury securities
4 Obligations of other U.S. Government agenr.es and corporations
5 Obligations of States and political subd-v.stons in the United States
6 All other securities
7 federal funds sold and securities Durchased under agreements to resell
3 Total ieans (including overdraws totaling $ i (From Schedule A. Item 8)
9 Lease financing receivables
tO. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, a^d other assets representing bank premises
11 Real estate owned other than bank premises
12 Letters of credit and customers liability on acceptances outstanding
13. AH other assets
14 TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 thru 13)
15 Dei • r *s ol individuals, partnerships and corporations
16 Time and savings deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations
17 Deposits of United States Government
18 Deposits of States and political subdivisions n the United States
19 Due to banks
20 An other deposits
21 Certified and officers'checks
22 Total Deposits (sum of items 15 thru 21)
a Total demand deposits
b. To’ai time and savings deposits
23 Federal funds purchased and securities sold unoer agreements to repurchase
24 -nterest bearing demand notes issued to the U S Treasury and
other liabilities for borrowed money
25 Mortgage indebtedness for Ahich the bank is directs atN*»
26 Unearned discount on loans
2~ Letters of credit ana acceptances outstanding
28 ah other liabilities
29 TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures (Sum of terns 22 thru 28)
30 Subordinated notes ana debentures
31 A iewance tor possible lean and investment losses
32 Common stock (Nc of shares outstanding ,
33 Certified surplus
34 Undivided profits
35 Uncertified surplus. reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves
36 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 35
37 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL Sum o? temr j} 30 31 and 36'.
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What Others Say:
A mediocre talent
Ronald Reagan may lie feeling quite comfort -
able now in the assumption that he will be the
man the Republican Party will go with as its
presidential candidate, but as his remarks on
Cuba suggest, he is also trying hard to overcome
the embarrassment of being caught in the re-
in .tied act of misstating facts.
Until confronted with evidence that he didn't
know what he was talking about, Reagan star-
tled audiences xvith such claims as HEW spends
$.t for each $1 in services delivered (the actual
cost is 12 cents for each $1). and Vietnjm veter-
ans were not eligible for the GI Bill of Rights,
which they are.
The former California governor was first im-
paled on a nifmber of like misstatements of facts
when CBS News reporter I!d! Plante document-
ed the falsity of numerous Reagan statements.
Reagan's feeble explanation of whore he gets
Ins facts generally runs along the line of not
remembering specifically, or reading about it
somewhere, or someone important told him.
To make up for his shalloW'performance, and
dispel the concern of people who are beginning
to sense — rightly — that Ronald Reagan is not
the answer to this country's massive and com-
plex problems, the candidate is hoping to isolate
an issue like the Cubans seeking asylum, ex-
pound on it and demonstrate that he has the
The United States, Reagan said at campaign
appearances in Lubbock and Amarillo, must res-
cue the 10,000 Cubans who hax'e been given ref-
uge at the Peruvian Embassy in Havana
Calling for a rescue mission of “unprecedent-
ed proportions," mirroring the Berlin airlift,
"This spontaneous break for freedom has not
bebn equalled since the days before the govern-
ment of East Germany built the Wall of Shame
in 1901 to prevent its people from escaping to
Recent history differs with Reagan. He has
apparently forgotten Cambodia, Vietnam. Ugan-
da. and Afghanistan.
He also conveniently ignores the fact that the
Castro government gave permission for the peo-
ple to leave Cuba before they crammed into
Peru's embassy. And safe conduct passes art-
given out so the people can move between the
embassy and their homes while they await the
paperwork to be completed for their relocation
Instead, fearing they will lose their place in line,
cat-calls from their neighbors, or a change of
heart by the Cuban government, they refuse to
leave the embassy
Reagan has c hosen to speak of rescuing the
10.000 Cubans as if they are in morUil danger,
facing unbtnld horrors if America doesn't launch
round-the-clock evacuation flights. Reagan's dra-
ma skills are better than most but he is wasting
them on this issue. He doesn’t suggest, if such
assistance were actually mandated, where the
flights would land Guantanamo Bay? The “ref-
ugees" would only have to march the length of
Cuba to get there.
Jose Marti Airport in Havana would be
handy, of course. But in order to use it for the
rescue plan Reagan has in mind the United
States would have to first attempt a military
occupation of Cuba.
Reagan is proving himself to be a mediocre
talent ill-suited for the position he seeks as lead-
er of this nation — let alone the free world.
DALLAS TIMES HERALD
If Your Home Is Still Insured At
Yesterday’s Prices, Just Hope It
Doesn’t Burn Tomorrow
It’s urgent that you make sure your personal
jroperty and casualty insurance coverage keeps up
with inflation and today’s high replacement costs.
Call us for a complete re-evaluation of your present coverage.
W ylie Insurance Agency
First State Bank Bldg.
R ita rutftt Smith
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