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Fe dera l R eserve B a n k o f D allas
DALLAS. TEXAS

75222

Circular No. 82-93
August 5, 1982

MANUAL OF EMERGENCY BULLETINS

TO ALL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE
ELEVENTH FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT:
A tta c h e d are tw o cop ies o f the revised form for reporting the
op erating s ta tu s o f banks follow ing the initial s ta g e s o f a national em er g e n c y .
P le a se place th e se in the Manual o f E m ergen cy B u lletins furnished to you by
this Bank and destroy the old revision.
R e q u ests for additional cop ies o f the a tta c h e d page or questions
regarding this circular should be d irected to Johnnie R. Phillips, Em ergency
Operations, Ext. 6332.
A dditional cop ies o f this circular will be furnished upon request to
the D ep artm en t o f Com m unications, F inancial and C om m unity A ffairs o f this
Bank, Ext. 6289.
Sincerely yours,

William H. W allace
First Vice President

A tta c h m e n ts

Banks and others are encouraged to use the following incoming W A T S numbers in contacting this Bank:
1-800-442-7140 (intrastate) and 1-800-527-9200 (interstate). For calls placed locally, please use 651 plus the
extension referred to above.

This publication was digitized and made available by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas' Historical Library (FedHistory@dal.frb.org)

OPERATING STATUS OF COMMERCIAL BANK FOLLOWING THE INITIAL STAGES
OF A NATIO NAL EMERGENCY
TO BE PREPARED BY ALL MEMBER AND NONMEMBER BANKS IN THIS DISTRICT IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING
THE INITIAL STAGES OF A NATIONAL EMERGENCY AND FORWARDED BY BEST MEANS AVAILABLE TO THE
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK RECORDS CENTER, DENTON, TEXAS.
PLEASE ADDRESS A S FOLLOWS:
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK RECORDS C E N T E R ________________________________________________ .
P.O. BOX 13018
Date
NORTH TEXAS STATION
DENTON, TEXAS 76203
Gentlemen:
The following data reflect our estimate o f the damage to our city and the operating capability o f our bank:
A.

Assessment of physical damage to city*
1.
2.
3.
4.

5.
6.
B.

Operating data pertaining to bank*
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

C.

None
Moderate
Heavy
Our city (is/is not) subject to fallout.
Estimated number of persons killed____________________________________ , injured _______ .
Communications (Indicate whether or not adequate for essential operations at your bank.)
a.
Mail
b.
Telephone
c.
Telegraph
Utilities (including transportation)
Principal industries (by product and normal number of employees)

We (have/have not) relocated.
Address o f relocation o ffice______________________________________________________________ _
We (do/do not) anticipate relocating in the immediate future.
We (are/are not) capable o f handling essential banking operations.
We (do/do not) consider our staff to be adequate.
The names of our surviving senior personnel are:
Estimated amount o f currency that we now have and is accessible to us S_________________________
Estimated am ount o f currency that we have but is not accessible to us S___________________________
Estimated amounts o f checks on hand are as follows:
a.
Damaged checks S______________________ ____________ .
b.
Undamaged checks S_________________________________ .

Other Comments*

Telephone num ber____________________________________________________________________________________________
(N a m e o f B a n k )

TWX N um ber________________________________________________________________________________________________
(A ddress)

By.-------------------------------------------------------------(Title)

* Please use reverse side if additional space is needed.

OPERATING STATUS OF COMMERCIAL BANK FOLLOWING THE INITIAL STAGES
O F A NATIO NAL EMERGENCY
TO BE PREPARED BY ALL MEMBER AND NONMEMBER BANKS IN THIS DISTRICT IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING
THE INITIAL STAGES OF A NATIONAL EMERGENCY AND FORWARDED BY BEST MEANS AVAILABLE TO THE
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK RECORDS CENTER, DENTON, TEXAS.
PLEASE ADDRESS A S FOLLOWS:
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK RECORDS C E N T E R ________________________________________________ _
P.O. BOX 13018
Date
NORTH TEXAS STATION
DENTON, TEXAS 76203
Gentlemen:
The following data reflect our estimate o f the damage to our city and the operating capability of our bank:
A.

Assessment o f physical damage to city*
1.
2.
3.
4.

5.
6.

B.

Operating data pertaining to bank*
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

C.

None
Moderate
Heavy
Our city (is/is not) subject to fallout.
Estimated number o f persons killed_________________ j injured________________ ..
Communications (Indicate whether or not adequate for essential operations at your bank.)
a.
Mail
b.
Telephone
c.
Telegraph
Utilities (including transportation)
Principal industries (by product and normal number o f employees)

We (have/have not) relocated.
Address o f relocation office_____________________________ ______________________ ______________
We (do/do not) anticipate relocating in the immediate future.
We (are/are not) capable o f handling essential banking operations.
We (do/do not) consider our staff to be adequate.
The names of our surviving senior personnel are:
Estimated amount o f currency that we now have and is accessible to us S__________________________
Estimated amount o f currency that we have but is not accessible to us S_____ ______________________
Estimated amounts of checks on hand are as follows:
a.
Damaged checks $__________________________________ .
b.
Undamaged checks S_________________________________ .

Other Comments*

Telephone num ber_____________________________________________________________________________________________
(N a m e o f B a n k )

TWX N um ber________________________________________________________________________________________________
(A ddress)

By.___________________________________
( T itle )

* Please use reverse side if additional space is needed.


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