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Federal R eserve B ank

OF DALLAS
WILLIAM H. WALLACE
f ir s t

vice p r e s i d e n t

DALLAS. TEXAS 7 5 2 2 2

April 15, 1985
Circular 85-52

TO:

The Chief Executive Officer of all
depository institutions in the
Eleventh Federal Reserve District
SUBJECT
Listing of reopened Ohio financial institutions
DETAILS

The following is a summary of ODGF financial institutions in the
State of Ohio that have reopened, effective April 15, 1985, according to
information received from the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
ROUTING/
TRANSIT NO.

DATE

INSTITUTION

CITY

Scioto Savings Association

Columbus

2440-7076-0

3/22/85

Bethel Building and Loan
Peoples Building and Loan
Seven Hills Savings Assn.
Williamsburg Building and Loan
Geauga Savings Bank
Versailles Savings and Loan
Anderson Ferry Building and Loan
Balitimore Savings and Loan Company
Independent Savings Assn.
Miami Savings Loan
Southern Ohio Savings Assn.
Woodsfield Savings and Loan Co.
Heritage Savings Bank
Home Building and Loan Co.
Peoples Building and Loan Co.

Bethel
Lebanon
Cincinnati
Wi11iamsburg
Newbury
Versai1les
Cincinnati
Cincinnati
Euclid
Miami town
St. Bernard
Woodsfield
Cincinnati
Greenfield
Blanchester

242224222420242224122422242024202410242024202432242024222422-

7069-8
7227-2
7170-3
7293-9
7220-2
7288-7
7082-7
7086-9
7215-6
7239-1
7173-2
7294-1
7119-8
7214-6
7070-8

3/25/85

Union Savings Bank
First N.W. Savings and Loan

Loveland
Cincinnati

2422-7231-1
2420-7127-9

3/26/85

Oakley Improved Bldg. & Ln.
Addison Svgs. & Ln. Co.

2420-7442-5
Cincinnati
North College Hill 2420-7080-1

3/27/85
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For additional copies of any circular please contact the Public Affairs Department at (214) 651-6289. Banks and others are
encouraged to use the following incoming WATS numbers in contacting this Bank (800) 442-7140 (intrastate) and (800)
527-9200 (interstate).

This publication was digitized and made available by the Federal Reserve Bank o f Dallas’ Historical U braty (FedHistoiy@dalfrb.otg)

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INSTITUTION

CITY

ROUTING/
TRANSIT NO.

DATE

City Loan & Savings Co.

Lima

2412-7214-7

3/27/85

Metropolitan Svgs. Bank
Madison Savings Bank
New Foundations Ln. & Bldg. Co.

Youngstown
Cincinnati
Cincinnati

2412-7207-9
2420-7144-4
2420-7216-8

3/28/85

East Side Bldg. & Ln. Co.
(Merged with Mayflower S&L)

Cincinnati

2420-7117-2

3/29/85

Adams County Bldg. & Ln. Co.
West Northside Ln. & Svgs. Co.

West Union
Cincinnati

2422-7292-6
2420-7186-8

4/3/85

Mentor Savings Bank

Mentor

2412-7213-4

4/5/85

Galion Bldg. & Ln. Assn.
Ottawa Home & Svgs. Assn.
Sabina Bldg. & Ln. Co.

Gal ion
Ottawa
Sabina

2412-7105-4
2412-7165-6
2422-7270-6

4/6/85

Somerville Building & Ln. Assn.
Community Savings Ln.

Somerville
St. Marys

2422-7278-0
2423-7282-6

4/9/85

Delta Savings & Loan
Midwest Savings Assoc.

Cincinnati
Silverton

2420-7115-6
2420-7120-8

4/10/85

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MORE INFORMATION
For further information, please contact Jack A. Clymer at (214'
651-6337.
Sincerely yours,


Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, One Federal Reserve Bank Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63102