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BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
• ; .
(For, Immediiatd Aelebse)

Apfil 16, 1953

bahk Mitfe to
Bank debits to demand;deposit &666unt&, except Interbank and Government
accounts, as reported by barikd in 345 leading centers for the moiith of March aggregated $154 billion. During the • i s three months debits amounted to $429 billion or
Jat
7.9 per 9ent above the total reported for the corresponding period a year ago.. At
banks in New York City there was an increase of 7»^ per cent compared with the corresponding three-months period a year ago; at 6 other centers there was an increase
of 11.1 per cent; and at all other centers there was an increase of 6.8 per cent.
SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In millions of dollars)
Federal Reserve District
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

March
1953
6,368
58,403
6,707
10,874
5,823

March
1952

3 months ended —
March 1953
j March 1952

17,661

5,883
6,019
15,030

5,461
53,076
5,748
9,608
5,259
5,560
21,396
3,954
2,564
5,388
5,536
12,762

164,205
18,309
30,113
16,443
17,624
67,557
12,877
7,842
16,863
17,758
41,545

153,511
53,898
35,339
64,274

136,312
49,213
30,007
57,091

428,797
151,695
95,125
181,977

6,112

24,966
4,564

2,762

Total, 345 centers
New York City
6 other centers*
338 other centers

16,497
152,620
17,153
28,578
15,638
16,386
60,685
11,911
7,647

16,188
16,376
37,658

397,337
141,281
85,657
170,&G&

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)
March
1953
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
Hartford
Conn.
tl
New Haven
ff
New London
ft
Waterbury
Bangor
Maine
ft
Lewiston-Auburn
ff
Portland
Boston
Mass.
ft
Brockton
ft
Fall River
ft
Holyoke
Lawrence-Andoverft
Methuen
ff
Lowell
It
Lynn
If
New Bedford
it
Pittsfield
ft
Springfield
ft
Worcester
Concord
N.H.
ff
Manchester
Providence
R.I.
Burlington
Vt.

* Boston, Philadelphia,


8 4 0 , 4 3 8
2 7 8 , 4 3 8
3 9 , 4 3 0
9 4 , 0 5 8
5 2 , 5 6 9
3 6 , 5 7 9
1 3 6 , 0 9 1
3 , 4 2 6 , 6 1 8
5 5 , 1 9 6
6 0 , 5 9 0
4 1 , 4 3 2

5 1 , 5 7 4
4 9 , 2 1 5
5 2 , 2 7 2
6 2 , 3 6 2
4 0 , 5 4 2
2 2 8 , 2 9 3
2 1 3 , 5 0 6
2 8 , 1 2 7
6 4 , 4 6 0
4 8 2 , 7 2 2
3 3 , 7 8 1

March
1952

3 months ended —
March 1953
March 1952

733,856
248.003
30,631
79,218
51,822
30,590
63,814

2,334,474
801,093
• 113,449

2,921,608
48,337
50,071
35,941

>+4,971
44,957
46,820
54,367
37,057
196,971
194,653
23,904
58,534
430.004
34,440

118,565

2,186,299
767,897
92,304
243,132
151,612
90,652
232,847
8,801,527
148,119
153,344
111,563

147,802
141,729
150,435
180,432
116,797
661,886
626,280
79,764
180,440
1,398,863
93,224

137,798
135,011
140,548
165,027
114,094
587,348
573,666
69,474
172,425
1,329,758
92,499

261,108

155,770
100,971
320,309
9,344,956
160,745

171,706

Chicago, Detroit, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

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DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING
(In thousands of dollars)
March
March
1952
1953
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK
Bridgeport
Conn.
190,427
219,133
ft
Stamford
76,237
91,891
Elizabeth
N. J.
110,566
135,550
It
Jersey City
366,295
407,424
ft
Montclair
44,940
54,407
tt
Newark
1,153,196
959,969
If
Passaic
121,812
140,639
tt
Paterson
148,008
175,028
Binghamton
N. Y.
70,721
81,938
II
Buffalo
738,846
891,064
II
Elmira
47,503
51,923
it
Jamestown
48,920
43,797
it
New York
53,898,150 49,213,000
it
Poughkeepsie
62,270
51,563
it
Rochester
483,645
424,972
it
Schenectady
88,234
92,369
it
Syracuse
289,042
310,727
tt
Utica
104,782
89,723
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Wilmington
Del.
464,108
428,423
Atlantic City
N. J.
48,590
59,108
It
Camden
151,271
187,361
II
Trenton
220,364
210,740
Allentown
Pa.
88,338
99,521
It
Altoona
37,846
32,980
tt
Bethlehem
45,236
53,024
II
Chester
50,220
59,433
It
Harrisburg
166,230
139,124
tt
Hazleton
31,331
28,679
II
Johnstown
50,851
50,606
tt
Lancaster
87,994
81,556
It
Lebanon
26,163
21,716
It
Norristown
44,077
33,869
It
Philadelphia
4,660,351
3,927,080
II
Reading
131,033
104,827
II
Scranton
123,600
109,212
It
Wilkes-Barre
81,319
74,615
1
1
Williamsport
36,137
36,005
It
York
96,754
75,151
DISTRICT NO. I - CLEVELAND
f
Covington-Newport
Ky.
44,652
51,375
It
Lexington
65,765
70,385
Akron
Ohio
1*08,961*
330,141
It
Canton
169,115
140,657
II
Cincinnati
1,357,683
1,120,969
tt
Cleveland
2,890,311
2,468,883
It
Columbus
766,1*91*
634,294
It
Dayton
304,290
361,1*76
It
Hamilton
66,519
51,287
II
Lima
60,216
67,000
II
Lorain
18,916
25,351*
It
Mansfield
66,1*69
55,605
II
Middletown
59,985
51,620
It
Portsmouth
30,092
23,973
It
Springfield
63,992
59,821
II
Steubenville
28,91*7
23,817
II
Toledo
453,161
531,879
It
Warren
60,636
55,149
It
Youngstown
201,190
196,147
It
Zanesville
35,532
30,877



CENTER
3 months ended —
Mar. 1953
Mar. 1952
621,547
255,423
380,000
1,124,636
163,532
3,226,280
398,024
492,718
230,928
2,413,109
152,561
130,181
151,694,887
170,266
1,302,116
264,554
894,937
288,813

564,909
235,549
357,667
1,030,741
142,318
2,766,799
361,864
452,850
214,674
2,166,947
142,530
125,676
141,281,000
153,262
1,238,796
268,436
846,961
268,876

1,223,418
173,228
518,861
650,020
280,818
108,489
148,826
163,171
457,255
85,897
147,430
240,587
70,274
121,258
12,611,034
345,866
348,893
226,450
106,511
280,560

1,214,185
159,822
463,360
619,445265,534
101,601
146,036
149,129
424,479
85,597
147,816
238,661
64,907
105,377
11,766,566
317,571
332,035
226,705
104,186
220,370

11*5,600
319,858
1,081*,1*38
1*59,768
3,713,921*
7,829,771
2,018,185
980,903
169,01*0
195,562
66,11*2
181*, 933
172,077
82,591*
15111
8,***
81,500
1,1*58,677
176,1*98
616,225
96,281*

137,767
294,634
974,055
414,293
3,349,517
7,286,613
1,806,000
931,827
152,374
179,816
57,786
162,360
156,662
67,220
178,939
73,125
1,296,555
158,711
590,051
90,214

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debits by banks in each reporting center
(In thousands of dollars)
March
1953

DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND (Cont'd)
a,808
Pa.
Butler
It
128,675
Erie
7,53 k
Franklin
27,536
Greensburg
21,366
Oil City
3,212,653
Pittsburgh
35,639
Sharon
79,270
W. Va.
Wheeling
RICHMOND
1,123,291
D. C.
Washington
1,484,472
Md.
Baltimore
t
t
23,892
Cumberland
t
f
24,344
Frederick
37.849
"
Hagerstown
62,975
N. C.
Asheville
382,515
Charlotte
87,489
Durham
f
t
119,346
Greensboro
U
19,634
Kinston
238,958
Raleigh
45.850
Wilmington
17,309
Wilson
1
1
158,722
Winston-Salem
s. c.
75,374
Charleston
152,933
Columbia
115,136
"
Greenville
67,602
Spartanburg
27,418
Va.
Charlottesville
36,985
Danville
49,610
Lynchburg
51,427
Newport News
1
1
269,211
Norfolk
It
33,097
Portsmouth
It
648,702
Richmond
124,652
Roanoke
45,248
W. Va.
Bluefield
166,714
Charleston
32,481
Clarksburg
69,500
Huntington
30,282
Parkersburg
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
31,290
Ala.
Anniston
449,270
Birmingham
18,689
Dothan
24,468
Gadsden
174,576
Mobile
91,915
Montgomery477,288
Fla.
Jacksonville
442,973
Miami
93,808
Orlando
54,549
Pensacola
101,026
St. Petersburg
206,053
Tampa




March
1952

3 months ended Mar. 1953

Mar. 1952

3,112,837
30,915
66,773

126,822
361,028
22,362
7k,3k6
6k,707
9,088,778
10k,891
229,86k

112,501
334,878
22,113
73,704
60,452
9,316,134
95,679
203,871

1,069,877
1,265,360
23,189
22,081
36,163
59,386
348,911
79,523
105,682
18,817
190,656
41,857
16,773
138,906
73,732
140,733
103,680
65,330
25,467
31,133
44,319
48,547
251,097
27,349
569,482
118,315
52,644
152,494
31,670
75,565
30,165

3,094,557
4,134,952
75,900
69,141
108,198
183,522
1,094,107
257,185
346,516
61,703
618,015
134,012
52,317
440,119
243,674
466,236
338,672
198,342
72,971
114,438
143,966
146,910
757,821
90,069
1,807,062
357,282
133,304
493,783
105,733
215,845
86,588

3,299,258
3,689,099
71,954
65,312
102^794
183,623
1,042,798
237,971
316,282
57,295
517,953
130.744
54,777
392,910
222,390
418,319
313,116
204,488
72,960
101,349
132,123
139,997
716,718
79,285
1,665,911
339,607
159,383
488,700
115.745

30,153
449,810
18,677
23,099
162,438
90,243
412,726
375,260
82,170
46,0l6
94,374
182,018

89,397
1,299,426
54,628
72,077
498,312
278,338
1,321,271
1,245,802
288,110
160,266
308,240
606,680

86,421
1,326,035
56,227
68,019
463,190
274,863
1,183,929
1,092,322
243,714
140,453
273,800
527,327

38,702
115,877
7,514
24,708

20,022

217,262

88,080

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DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(in thousands o * dollars)
i
i .n\ii '•« mil .ill

•

.

3 months ended —
\jtLi i Lti
*
March
M$rca
Mar. 1952
Mar. 1953
1952
1953.
•
• 1 i 1 ii.* rtinii n , i l ' ' iii
i
h
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA (Cont'd)
106,840
3 4 , 8 0 2
Ga.
120,346
Albany
4 1 , 8 8 9
II
3,282,628
1 , 1 1 1 , 3 6 2
Atlanta
3,493,819
1 , 2 8 2 , 8 9 2
tr
255,126
88,058
Augusta
268,563
9 0 , 3 2 4
it
35,325
1 1 , 3 2 4
Brunswick
37,026
1 1 , 8 5 5
it
238,546
81,508
Columbus
235,249
7 9 , 1 0 8
it
12,910
4 , 2 4 7
Elberton
14,672
4 , 7 4 6
11
238,575
76,668
Macon
233,680
8 1 , 1 1 8
11
38,974
1 1 , 3 6 1
Newnan
29,803
9 , 2 9 5
it
332,710
1 0 9 , 2 0 6
Savannah
367,726
1 2 6 , 7 7 1
11
43,764
1 4 , 7 3 8
Valdosta
48,982
1 6 , 2 1 2
342,631
1 0 9 , 4 9 0
La.
Baton Rouge
1 4 3 , 2 2 6
399,294
II
147,393
50,651
Lake Charles
167,289
56,078
II
2,646,799
8 9 5 , 1 4 9
2,866,203
New Orleans
9 5 6 , 7 2 7
62,236
2 0 , 9 1 8
Hattiesburg
Miss.
63,358
2 1 , 5 7 7
It
528,411
1 7 5 , 5 4 4
532,401
Jackson
1 5 5 , 6 8 5
It
93,964
30,628
95,881
Meridian
3 2 , 9 7 5
ft
78,937
2 7 , 7 5 1
76,021
2 4 , 2 4 0
Vicksburg
563,767
185,686
626,278
Tenn.
Chattanooga
2 1 3 , 0 1 8
It
396,132
1 2 3 , 6 6 8
1 5 9 , 6 6 8
478,550
Knoxville
tt
1,203,598
4 3 0 , 1 7 8
1,246,710
Nashville
4 3 8 , 9 9 4
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
124,872
137,788
4 9 , 0 4 0
4 3 , 8 4 5
1 1 1 .
Aurora
tt
144,960
171,458
49,810
6 0 , 2 3 9
Bloomington
It
147,918
149,167
5 0 , 2 6 4
5 1 , 9 4 5
Champaign-Urbana
It
34,641,600
31,711,727
1 3 , 1 6 5 , 5 6 4
1 1 , 5 7 5 , 2 2 7
Chicago
II
120,853
114,799
4 0 , 7 4 7
3 9 , 1 2 5
Danville
It
248,743
250,330
8 9 , 2 3 8
9 2 , 5 4 7
Decatur
II
81,110
81,059
2 7 , 8 6 2
2 8 , 3 0 3
Elgin
tt
146,983
172,719
5 1 , 8 4 1
6 1 , 8 4 7
Joliet
Moline-East Molinet!
228,095
239,122
82,876
7 8 , 0 7 1
Rock Island
It
535,498
537,726
1 8 7 , 1 2 3
1 9 7 , 9 9 8
Peoria
II
416,625
371.789
1 3 0 , 9 0 2
150,003
Rockford
It
255,136
8 6 , 4 3 5
273,328
Springfield
9 7 , 6 0 9
442,284
525,680
1 5 1 , 4 5 4
191,638
Fort Wayne
Ind.
It
242,875
219,335
81,190
7 2 , 6 3 9
Gary
ti
125,945
4 1 , 1 1 3
138,963
50,225
Hammond
tt
2,248,747
2,437,063
7 5 6 , 4 5 8
818,751
Indianapolis
11
121,315
4 2 , 0 2 6
140,447
Lafayette
4 7 , 1 7 5
tt
153,619
5 1 , 8 6 8
170,873
5 9 , 1 7 6
Muncie
it
833,462
2 8 1 , 1 7 4
797,754
South Bend
3 0 3 , 6 9 4
it
217,066
7 4 , 1 4 4
217,773
7 4 , 6 1 6
Terre Haute
2 4 , 6 8 9
75,259
Iowa
Burlington
79,497
2 9 , 1 7 5
II
268.790
283,211
9 0 , 5 1 1
101,073
Cedar Rapids
It
59,160
62,988
2 1 , 9 3 0
Clinton
1 9 , 9 5 3
II
229.639
251,888
7 7 , 7 6 0
87,302
Davenport
tl
830,627
2 9 7 , 1 2 2
Des Moines
3 7 2 , 8 0 5
925,672
tt
136,729
4 5 , 3 6 8
144,923
50,405
Dubuque
It
96,421
3 1 , 5 0 3
101,533
Mason City
3 4 , 9 9 5
It
39,117
1 3 , 5 6 0
1 3 , 7 5 8
37,798
Muscatine
It
107.640
108,499
3 6 , 5 3 2
Ottumwa
3 5 , 3 9 4
Tl
508,040
1 4 4 , 3 4 8
437,722
Sioux City
1 5 5 , 2 9 7
It
205,535
69,078
211,932
7 4 , 2 5 9
Waterloo
Revised figures, old basis:
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania: February 1953, 66,828,
Cincinnati, Ohio: February 1953, 1,153,636.
Long Beach, California: February 1953, 208,538.




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DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(in thousands of ddllars)
March

I

3 months ended —
Mar. 1952
Mar. 1953

O

1

'dj
DISTRICT NO. 7
Mich.
Adrian
22,365
II
Battle Creek
66,106
It
Bay City42,961
ft
Detroit
5,463,290
ft
126,494
Flint
ft
Grand Rapids
262,568
ft
Jackson
77,340
ft
104,106
Kalamazoo
ft
Lansing
156,970
ft
Muskegon
80,295
ft
Port Huron
35,640
It
Saginaw
94,093
Wis.
Green Bay71,049
ft
Kenosha
52,919
It
151,028
Madison
It
30,866
Manitowoc
It
1,290,800
Milwaukee
It
34,790
Oshkosh
ft
76,612
Racine
Sheboygan
54,329
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
El Dorado
Ark.
28,762
ft
Port Smith
48,136
ft
Helena
9,146
It
Little Rock
173,010
It
Pine Bluff
37,758
ft
Texarkana(See Tex.)
21,905
Alton
111.
34,503
E. St. Louis & Nat. Stock Yds.
138,017
Quincy
111.
35,058
Ind.
Evansville
177,815
Ky.
Louisville
721,958
It
Owensboro
40,225
It
Paducah
46,226
Miss.
Greenville
22,100
Cape Girardeau
Mo.
13,771
ft
Hannibal
9,635
It
Jefferson City
57,652
II
St. Louis
2,152,415
ft
Sedalia
11,779
ft
Springfield
72,049
Jackson
Tenn.
21,375
It
Memphis
690,261
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Duluth
Minn.
120,047
II
Mankato
23,577
II
Minneapolis
1,314,205
II
Red Wing
5,864
It
28,218
Rochester
II
16,221
St. Cloud
ft
605,991
St. Paul
ft
South St. Paul
73,500
If
19,121
Winona

March
1952

1




77,961
62,534
40,974
121,355
26,905
1,018,454
28,971
71,248
50,087

60,755
193,525
123,830
15,140,320
360,786
747,366
226,187
296,513
447,393
238,263
106,524
267,544
198,223
151,959
396,066
83,877
3,496,827
97,045
222,215
158,349

50,576
174,879
110,176
12,703,072
298,935
640,534
172,135
267,752
403,726
208,226
95,435
236,045
190,368
124,180
365,990
77,243
3,124,206
86,442
209,648
150,116

25,913
44,216
8,371
151,583
33,224
16,307
28,638
120,686
33,395
132,490
654,673
39,577
39,232
23,070
12,411
8,828
40,025
1,817,829
10,653
66,441
19,987
626,670

81,608
141,430
28,215
468,795
113,066
56,253
96,040
382,549
101,637
498,463
2,099,682
131,522
132,808
76,071
41,587
27,879
218,238
5,849,104
34,556
199,692
62,712
2,034,773

84,368
134,517
26,097
429,644
105,897
47,470
86,197
373,698
97,825
395,793
1,966,407
118,948
107,888
73,602
37,747
26,963
162,694
5,386,471
33,200
196,998
61,286
1,957,230

116,361
21,763
1,228,369
5,213
27,847
13,391
546,912
80,949
18,067

351,687
67,246
3,727,248
16,729
80,862
42,973
1,669,586
217,712
57,085

344,351
64,971
3,632,660
15,102
78,949
39,375
1,604,628
258,231
54,09S

17,194
59,650
37,348
4,3^2,579
100,889
211,504
55,790
91,612
137,161
69,852

32,626

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DEBITS BY BANKS IK EACH REPORTING CENTER
(in thousands of dollars)
March
1953
DISTRICT NO. 9 Billings
Mont.
62,241
It
Butte
48,42?
Great Palls
49,493
Helena
37,457
Bismarck
N. Dak.
50,731
t
t
Dickinson
5,422
Fargo
53,964
Grand Forks
20,379
Jamestown
6,311
Minot
19,002
Aberdeen
S. Dak.
21,337
It
Sioux Falls
74,138
Eau Claire
Wis.
44,273
I
t
La Crosse
45,588
Superior
16,809
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Colorado Springs
Colo.
56,799
I
I
Denver
804,129
Grand Junction
22,990
Greeley
27,949
Paeblo
56,344
Atchison
Kans.
9,497
I
I
Dodge City
14,206
Emporia
10,953
Hutchinson
43,490
Independence
8,295
Kansas City
95,396
Lawrence
15,162
12,136
Manhattan
Parsons
'
10,503
Pittsburg
13,835
Salina
38,378
Topeka
126,194
Wichita
367,469
Independence
Mo.
16,086
I
I
Joplin
32,951
Kansas City
1,423,420
St. Joseph
101,909
Fremont
Neb.
20,934
I
I
(Grand Island
34,127
Hastings
17,927
Lincoln
100,579
Omaha
640,4l8
Albuquerque
N. M.
143,418
I
I
Santa Fe
37,906
Bartlesville
Okla.
174,651
I
I
Enid
34,486
Guthrie
4,687
Lawton
18,934
Muskogee
30,624
Norman
10,607
Oklahoma City
455,698
Okmulgee
8,658
Ponea City
23,120
Tulaa
735,807
Casper
Wyo.
48,542
I
I
Cheyenne
33,783




March
1952

3 months ended —
Mar. 1952
Mar. 1953

53,169
37,776
51,867
28,775
40,259
5,364
56,820
21,716
6,564
19,009
19,425
74,183
37,781
36,716
16,192

174,355
147,223
146,453
104,464
135,556
17,039
170,783
64,208
20,249
57,938
63,247
225,653
113,920
120,444
49,203

158,455
126,766
151,252
88,852
118,169
18,136
180,986
66,741
20,884
61,686
63,845
235.835
107,519
107.836
48,005

54,270
730,909
17,835
27,385
48,745
9,652

161,049
2,239,693
60,329
87,064
160,264
28,999
45,589
34,274
143,388
28,712
282,255
44,921
35,972
31,687
42,135
114,495
334,321
1,019,530
47,043
98,901
3,987,621
310,808
62,631
97,997
49,364
296,065
1,849,174
401,254
101,201
559,160
108,943
15,116
58,875
87,027
31,019
1,284,888
23,895
68,024
2,190,219
140,843
98,684

164,636
2,147,740
51,213
84,234
145,019
32,346

18,000
11,415

42,269

8,358
86,099
13,290
11,356
10,783
12,948
33,462
106,201
323,620
12,536
32,651
1,248,606
101,426
20,079
30,516
14,250
93,254
622,796
114,843
35,079
185,501
37,191
4,986
20,707

28,888

8,844
409,835
7,389
21,389
689,041
47,863
34,081

58,000

36,844
138,700
25,924
260,055
40,516
37,055
33,164
39,554
117,937
310.631
947,959
41,623
97,610
3,782,229
342,389
62,062
93,094
45,002
278,551
1,868,632
328,214
94,932
575.632
112,391
15,932
61,560
88,433
26,109
1,253,947
22,241
64,838
2,027,865
137,103
96,246

G.6f

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)
March

March
1 9 5 2

DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
121,062
Ariz.
Tucson
La.
49,664
Monroe
tt
209,288
Shreveport
N. M.
24,894
Roswell
Tex.
54,440
Abilene
11
140,173
Amarillo
It
108,850
Austin
11
Beaumont
132,952
It
148,796
Corpus Christ!
tt
Corsicana
12,977
It
1,610,733
Dallas
"
232,133
El Paso
It
Fort Worth
517,745
II
78,228
Galveston
II
Houston
1,708,497
If
Laredo
21,973
II
Lubbock
112,924
It
Port Arthur
47,178
It
Ran Angelo
37,369
11
San Antonio
409,491
Texarkana( See Ark.)
"
19,023
It
60,220
Tyler
It
Waco
76,905
II
Wichita Falls
83,689
DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
Ariz.
322,683
Phoenix
Calif.
124,481
Bakersfield
It
99,465
Berkeley
It
181,988
Fresno
11
265,401
Long Beach
It
Los Angeles
5,180,309
II
62,127
Modesto
II
567,422
Oakland
It
153,168
Pasadena
tJ
65,420
Riverside
II
775,802
Sacramento
II
78,941
San Bernardino
II
387,771
San Diego
It
3,442,797
San Francisco
It
165,043
San Jose
It
48,294
Santa Barbara
II
28,195
Santa Rosa
It
85,894
Stockton
78,213
Idaho
Boise
60,745
Nev.
Reno
66,534
Ore.
Eugene
II
761,697
Portland
It
70,073
Salem
56,743
Utah
Ogden
It
300,920
Salt Lake City
Wash.
32,782
Bellingham
11
42,366
Everett
It
Seattle
1,053,507
II
212,858
Spokane
tt
179,266
Tacoma
II
Walla Walla
27,757
It
51,022
Yakima




96,975
49,836
182,222
22,799
53,513
146,109
99,454
131,046
139,687
12,313
1,429,238
189,860
495,689
76,023
1,607,928
21,349
105,664
41,876
39,688
371,215
21,376
54,017
65,763
81,995
303,177
107,381
91,644
193,866
198,111
4,034,802
55,848
582,571
125,424
51,603
448,453
67,208
332,961
3,205,985
140,026
42,360
33,843
73,453
72.775
56,432
60.776
755,885
63,055
56,652
269,456
26,709
34,467
869,417
184,518
153,573
23,816
45,726

3 months ended —
Mar. 1952
Mar. 1953
348,784
150,793
605,259
77,081
156,613
410,213
320,789
397,890
447,751
41,154
4,838,165
669,450
1,551,461

229,525
4,965,858
67,790
373,579
139,478
108,661
1,151,328
58,062
172,950

221,928
253,264

1,014,843
414,549
308,901
591,166
686,848
14,163,559
178,693
1,588,343
452,286
182,847
2,025,643
231,558
1,140,079
9,223,491
455,823
144,473
82,636
244,793
258,454
184,163
195,187
2,118,833
225,689
193,653
897,141
87,646
112,270
2,814,184
596,625
511,156
78,232
141,599

279,287
144,385
567,261
73,095
157,401
426,036
309,967
381,558
4l4,4o6
40,273
4,243,113
551,438
1,462,074
227,845
4,659,534
64,348
351,642
133,943
121,851
1,090,192
62,587
160,588
201,858
251,627
925.978
377,390
289,272
636,965
570,015
11,542,791
202,861
1,677,142
383,029
147,472
1,826,933
202,189
986,280
9,131,112
438,758
123,660
88,708
223,293
240,919
165,638
182,599
2,118,248
189,899
186,251
804,904
73,775
100.979
2,568,151
569,319
469,427
74,956

138,838