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F ederal reserve Bank of Dallas


Circular No. 72-101
May 18, 1972

To All Banks in the Eleventh Federal Reserve District:

Reference is made to our Circular Letter No. 72-91 dated May l6 ,
1972, announcing the establishment of the North Texas Regional Check
Processing Center which is to become operational around August 1, 1972.
Some misunderstanding has developed concerning the 1119 routing
symbol which has been assigned to Banks that will be served by the Center.
Initially, the Regional Center will serve banks located in Dallas and
Tarrant Counties with a later expansion to encompass all banks located in
a 50-mile radius of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Therefore, only banks with­
in this defined region will be assigned the new routing symbol 1119* All
banks that will be served by the Center have been contacted on an individual
basis. The main intent of our circular letter was to inform banks of the
change in routing symbol which applied only to North Texas Regional Check
Processing Center participants.
If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact
any of the officers supervising the checks function at the Dallas office
or any of our Branch offices.
Yours very truly,
P. E. Coldwell,

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