New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 3, 1991, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 03, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 3, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page SA Herald-Zdtung, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, November 3, 1991 Forum Bring our city together Editor: At the City Council meeting Oct. 29, Mayor Pro-Tem Ramon Chapa Jr. had a great opportunity to bring our city together, by casting a deciding vote for either councilman Clinton Brandt or Paul Fraser, to serve as mayor. Council had already cast three votes for each and Chapa knew that he would not be elected. Instead of moving the city forward, he continued the soap-opera and kept New Braunfels the state joke by casting a self-serving vote for himself. According to Herald‘Zeitung reports he blames the lack of support in his quest for the mayoral position on ethnic background and threatens to bring in outsiders (MALDEF, COPS, LULAC) to assist him. Several thoughts cross my mind. Mr. Chapa apparently cannot stand on his own two feet and want outside help. Yet he claims to be qualified to lead this city? Assuming he can help, to whom will he be beholden — those organizations or this city? Why must he, and others of his ilk, blame circumstances, race or other people for his own failures, never accepting responsibility for his own actions. He contends that his personal life should not be a factor in the election of mayor. Perhaps he wants an arsonist running our fire department. He stated, “The Council is divided ... there’s two sides on that city council.” His math and mine differ. Three council members on each side, and where does that leave him. Looks like three sides to me. As of now, Chapa is the winner. If no one changes his/her vote, and council docs not vote Chapa out as mayor pro-tem, he is, and will remain, dc facto mayor, until at least the next council election. Yeah, dumb like a fox. OK, now the rest of Texas can laugh in unison. Martin C. Norton New Braunfels Low voter turnout Editor: Ever wonder why there is “low” voter turnout? Wonder no more... just read Mark Wamken’s articles (Page I and 2) in the Oct. 30th issue. Mark Mendenhall New Braunfels Choice for mayor Editor: A family-oriented community like New Braunfels should not have as mayor a man who was taken to court by the State to obtain child support. Surely there are better choices to represent our town. Linda Tyler New Braunfels A transferring student Editor: I’m not usually one to complain about our schools but I need to speak up now. Canyon High has always been special to our girls. Lately, how- ever, things have changed. Liz, 14, is a freshman who wanted to take a Spanish class. Upper-classmen beat her out. So, instead of not trying, she elected a French class. From Day I she realized a mistake had been made. She couldn’t get the school counselor to hear her out and recommended a study hall. As a result, mylionor student failed the first six weeks and hasn’t done much better this six weeks. She lost the privilege of participation in the pep squad after her father worked several extra jobs to get funds to purchase the uniform. This was well over $100. She felt so bad about circumstances that I went to school and asked that she be dropped from the French class. School officials said, “No, it would not be fair to the others who want to drop out and can’t.” My main concern is my daughter’s grades, education and general welfare, not anyone elses. SM FORUM, Page 7A Sylvia NokJ Manager y 1050 IH 35 East, Suite 400, New Braunfels 625-1774 I (Next to K Mart) REPORT OF CONDITION Consolidated Report of Condition of Cltlrana Bank TMI* _ and Cognatic Subaldlarloa, * eeeber of tho Federal Resarve ay a too, ot tho closo of buolnooo on doptoobor 30, 1091, pub ti a hod lo accordance with o oall node by tho Federal Roaorvo Bank of thla Oiatrlct purouont to tho provolone of tho Federal Reserve hot. ASSETS f    *    '    Thd9kanda    of dolIWO ‘ Cook end balanced duo froe depooltory lnatltutlonai    _ Nonlntereet-bearlng balanced and currency and coin ..............................  |    1,362    | intereet-beerlng balanced.......    ......... I    1,396    | McuriU“ ................................................................................ I    ll!003    I Federal funde acid ..............................................    |    1,950    | ••curltlea purchased under agreements to reaell ........................................... I    0    I Luana and I aa ae financing receivables    _ Loaaa and leaeee, net of unearned lncoae ..............   |    12,369    | LBBB 1 Allowance for loan and leone loaaea ....................... |    254    | L*8Si Allocated transfer risk reserve .......  J__ Loans and leaeee, net of unearned lncoae, allowance, and reserve.......     |    12,114    | Assets held In trading accounts ................     |    0    | Free!see and fined aeeeta (Including capitalised leases) .................................. |    295    | other real estate owned  ........       |    7*    | Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated coapanles .......   |    0    | Customers* liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ......     |    0    | Intangible aoeete ............      |    0    | other assets ....................................................................|    366    | T0Ul      I    29,547    I Losses deferred pursuant to 12 (J.B.C. 1923(3) ........................................  |    0    | total assets and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.B.C. 1923(3) ............................ I    29,547    I LIABILITIES DepoeIta1 Is unpoetic of floes  ...................................... ionlntereet-bearlng  .............................. Intereet-beerlng  ...................................... Federal funds purchased  .............................. Securities sold under agr aspen ta to repurchase................ benami notes Issued to the U.S. Treasury ...................... Other borrowed nosey  ...................................... Mortgage Indebtedness and obligations under capitalised leasee bank's liability on acceptances executed and outstanding ...... Subordinated notes and debentures  ............................ Other liabilities  .......................................... Total liabilities ............................................. Limited-life preferred stock and related surplus  ............. 3L?a2#?-l 4,000 I ■Hum 1 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 50 I 27,317 | a_L EQUITY CAPITAL Ferpetual preferred stock and related surplus ...................................... rnasnn stock  ................................................................. Surplus........................................................................... Undivided profits and capital reserves ............................................. LBBB 1 Bet unrealised lees on Barnstable equity securities  ....................... fetal equity capital ............................................................... Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.B.C. 1923(3)  ................................... Total equity capital and lessee deferred pursuant to 12 U.B.C. 1923(3) ............. fetal liabilities, lielted-life preferred stock, equity capital and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.B.C. 1923(3) ....................................................... 0 1,250 753 227 0 2,230 0 I    2,230    I I /////////// I J ZlAULl I, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that (Maas and title of officer authorised to sign report) this Import of Condition has been prepared in con tores nee with the Instructions Issued by the Board of Oovernors of the Federal Bsservs Bystae and ie true to the best of ay knowledge and belief. Signature of offloor authorised to sign report We, the undersigned directors, attest to .the correctness of this Report of Condition and declare that It has been aa aa I nod by us sad to the beet of our knowledge and belief has been prepared In conformance with the Instructions Issued by the Board cf (taverner* of the Federal Reserve System and Is true and correct. Dlreo Director Director asweat alu&i CHINE? DINNER PLATES IO v*" size Pkg of 15 CAMPBELL'S RAMEN SOUP MIXES All Varieties 3 oz. pkg. Soft N Gentle TOILET TISSUE 4 RoU Pkg. BUSH BEER Qt. Bottle 4 ti Smoked PICNICS CORN I SHUCKS FOR TAMALES Each Bulk PINTO BEANS|buv for LESS!We Accept WIG Cards & Food Stamps*We Sell Postage Stamps and Money Orders Open 6am Midnight 7 Days Aweek604 S. Walnut* New BraunfelsPRICKS EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER A THRU NOVEMBER B ;

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