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Form F. R. 285

STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS

For immediate release

3oar|. of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System
January 26, 1942

BANK DEBITS— DEBITS TO DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS EXCEPT INTERBANK ACCOUNTS
Bank debits as reported b y banks in leading centers for the week ended
January 21 aggregated $11,269,000,000. Total debits during the 13 weeks ended
January 21 amounted to $11*8,870,000,000, or 18 per cent above the total reported
for the corresponding period a year ago, At banks in New York City there was an
increase of il per cent compared with the corresponding period a year ^go, and ,at
the other reporting centers there was an increase of 23 per cent.
SUMMARY BY FEDERAL'RESERVE DISTRICTS
W ee k ended
Jan, 22,
Jan. <£l,
19U2
19U1

Federal
Reserve
District
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St, Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

/

total, 27I4 reporting centers
.
New York City* ^
II4 other oontara*
.O
I33 other reporting centers

680
4,321
572
821
451
382
1,751
381
214
390
321
987
11,26 9
3,914
6,325
1,030

550
3,601;
476
. 811
37U
283
1,365
299
163
301
- 2h2
86i
i
9,331
3,259
5,282
790

13 weeks ended
Jan, 2-^,
Jan. 2 1 ,
1942
1941
7,441
8,599
52,923
'58,996
6,658
8,054
10,988
8,936
4,799
5,947
4,972
3*941
18,218
■22,1*70
3.863,
4,915
2,188
2,813
4,684
■3/713
4 ,12 6 v
3,136
9.848
12,305 _
148,870
125,664
48,571
53,819
82,058
66,699
12,994
10,393 '

(In thousands of dollars)
d)
DISTRICT NO, 2 - NEW YORK (Cont’
DISTRICT NO* I ~ BOSTON
5,716
N. Y,.
Almira
82,309
Conn#
.Harvi ->rd
tt
tt
4,548
Jamestown
30 , 528
Ner/ : aven
It
3,913,522
New York
10,335
lie c.:vhury
tt
4.810
Poughkeepsie
4,361
Maine
Ba/i.jor *
tt
ft
41,029
Rochester
17,019
pc •t.!and
:;
tt
26,572
Syracuse
595,263
Mass*
go-, ocr.
It
tt
11,204.
Utica
7,070
B' •C- ton
•'.
it
6,908
Ybll River
ti
DISTRICT NO , 3 - PHILADELPHIA
4,243
Hoivcke
H
Del.
i*ilming-bon
29,733
4,442
LOft:>ll
18,612
u
N. J.
Camden
6,026
Lyo#
ti
20,226^
it
Trenton
6,471
Fe7? Bedford
Peruia.
1
1
7,918
Allentown
21,795
SprV;:^ field
1
1
1
1
Altoona
3,184
19,656
tl
6,472
Chester
5,471
N. H,
HaoChester
ft
Harrisburg
12,494
54,361
R. I .
Pro •idence
tt
Hazleton
3,075
3,722
Vt,
'Burlington
tt
Johnstown
5,671
tt
Lancaster
7,617
DTPTRICT NO. 2 - NEi? YORK
tt
2 ,3 6 1
Lebanon
6,882
Sta.’ a
uor
Conn.
tt
,3,203
Norristown
4,277
LIc a jc.lair
N. J.
tt
Philadelphia
409.173
97,978
N e w a rk
"
tt
10,776
Reading
Northern New Jersey
ft
11,378
Scranton
47,018
Clearing House Assn.
ft
",Silk«s-Barre
7,015
12,878
Passaic
N. J f
tt
Tiilliamsport
4,191
62,397
Albany
N . ,Y*
tt
8,548
6,326
York
Binghamton
"
75,557
Buffalo
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Form F. R. 285-&
DEBITS BY B A M S IN EACH REPORTING CENTER.,DURING THE WEEK ENDED JANUARY 21, 191+2
(In thousands of dollars')
DISTRICT NO. k - CLEVELAND
;DISTRICT NO. 6. - ATLANTA (Cont'd)
Ga.
Lexington
Albany
Ky.
■ 2,123
15,439
ti
Ohio
Akron
Atlanta
28,280
7. ,965
6
n
Canton
Augusta
16,502
8,273
tt
Cincinnati
Brunswick
928
120,933
tt
Cleveland ..
.
.
Columbus
212;774
5,697
tt
Columbus
.Elberton
298
51,665
tf
Dayton
Macon
25,259
6,574
ft
Hamilton
Newnan
3 ,7 2 2
822
tf
Lima
Savannah
10,067
5,031
tf
Lorain
Valdosta
1 ,8 1 2
1,470
Middletown
New Orleans
La.
3,860
67,494
Springfield
Hattiesburg
Miss.
2,560
5,937
4tt
^Steubenville
Jackson
2,858
12,555
tt
Toledo
Meridian
4,832
45,390
it
Warren
Vicksburg
14,731
2,395
Youngstown
Chattanooga
Tenn.
17,586
16,502
tt
Zanesville
Knoxville
2,505
10,952
tt
Pa
Nashville
Butler
3,407
28,535
Erie
10,977
Franklin
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
1,257
Greensburg
Aurora
111.
3,110
4,148
tt
Homestead
Bloomington
1,279
3,595
Oil City
Champaign-Urbana "
3,491
4,842
tt
Pittsburgh
Chicago
951,946
225,969
*
1
Wheeling
W. Va,
Danville
7,059
3,541
tt
Decatur
6,965
n
DISTRICT NO. 5 - RICHMOND
Elgin
2,498
tt
Washington
o, C.
Moline
3,402
99,915
ti
Baltimore
Md,
Peoria
22,103
127,954
it
tt
Cumberland
2,1+86
Rockford
10,929
1
1
it
Hugerstown
Springfield
3,606
8, 097Asheville
N. C.
Fort Wayne
Ind.
4,816
1 2 ,2 8 0
tt
tt
Charlotte
Gary
22,958
4,953
tt
tt
Durham .
Hammond
8,466
3,165
r
*
it
Greensboro
Indianapolis
7 8 .5 6 2
6,407
tt
Raleigh
South Bend
13,541
■ - . M 4 f o49
rt
1
1
Wilmington
Terre Haute
3,233
5,485
it
Winston-Salem
Iowa
Cedar Rapids
9,209
12,935
ft
Charleston
S. 0*
Clinton
8,065
1,934
tt
it
Columbia
Davenport
8,628
7,095
tt
Greenville
Des Mcines
7,668
27,222
tt
tt
Spartanburg
Dubuque
3,762
3,416
Va.
Danville
Mason City
2,675
3,635
tt
tt
Lynchburg
Muscatine
4,534
951
tt
if
Newport News
Sioux City
15,109
3,493
tt
n
Waterloo
Norfolk
21,612
7,141
tt
Portsmouth
Mich.
Adrian
1,480
£,227
tt
tt
Richmond
Battle Creek
50,524
5,013
tt
tt
Roanoke
Bay City
4,001
8,641
tt
W.Va.
Charleston
Detroit
352,278
15,143
it
tt
Huntington
Flint
5,401
8,797
tt
Grand Rapids
17,972
tt
Jackson
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA'
6,560
tt
Birmingham
Kalamazoo Ala.
35,404
7,691
tt
tt
Dothan
Lansing
9,526
1,015
ti
It
Mobile
Saginaw
17,048
8,106
ft
Montgomery
Wis.
Green Bay
6,988
5,619
ft
Jacksonville
Fla.
Manitowoc
28,224
2,457
tt
1
1
Miami
Milwaukee
19,485
91,425
it
»
Pensacola
Oshkosh
3,160
3*515
ti
tt
Tampa
Sheboygan
11,348
7,452



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DEBITS BY, BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER,DURING THE WEEK ENDED JANUARY 21, lQl+2
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO, 10 - KANS a S CITY (Cont'd)
DISTRICT NO, 8 - ST, LOUIS
Okla,
Muskogee
El Dorado
Ark,
2,821
1,699
tt
tt
Fort Smith
Oklahoma City
35,443
4.573
tt
tt
Hplena
Okmulgee
695
555
tt
tt
Tulsa
Little Rook
13,656
49,243
tt
Wyo.
Pine Bluff
Casper
1.837
2,769
it
tt
Cheyenne
Texarkana
2,761
(See also Tex. \
2. 524
J
East. St, Louis & N a t ’
l
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
Stook Yards
Tucson
Ariz.
111,
3,900
15.225
tt
La.
Quincy
Shreveport
16,688
3.124
Evansville
Roswell
Ind,
N. M.
1,020
10,395
Louisville
Abilene
Tex.
Ky.
2,753
61,739
tt
tt
/
Austin
Owensboro
3,102
9,515
tt
Greenville
Miss.
Beaumont
10,306
2.247
tt
Corsicana
St, Louis
1,163
194,471
tt
tt
Dallas
Sedalia
90,916
593
tt
tt
El Paso
Springfield
11,212
5,566
ft
Memphis
Fort Worth
Tanru
29,183
59.054
ft
Galveston
10,752
tf
Houston
DISTRICT HO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
90,547
tt
Port Arthur
Duluth
Minn.'
3,084
10,877
tt
tt
San Antonio
Minneapolis
23,276
100,21). 3
tt
tt
Texarkana
Red Wing
556
n
(See also A r k . )
St, Paul
2,367
55.073
rt
tt
Tyler
South St. Paul
3.743
13.094
tt
T
t
Waco
Winona
4,790
1.891
tt
Billings Wichita Falls
Mont.
5,396
3.561
tt
Helena
2,969
Dickinson
DISTRICT NO, 12 • SAN FRANCISCO
N. D.
578
tt
Fargo
A r iz ,
Phoenix
17,429
6,799
tt
Bakersfield
Calif.
Grand Fork,
1,007
6,105
T
t
t
i
Berkeley
Jamestown
569
9,455
tt
tt
winot
Fresno
1.5 10
11,792
tt
Long Beach
Aberdeen
S, D,
1,666
16,754
tt
tt
Los Angeles
Sioux City
283,013
7.532
tt
La Crosse
Oakland
Wis, .
4c ,694
r
3,222
tt
tt
Pasadena »
Superior
8,526
1.^58
tt
Sacramento
28,1*50
tt
San Bernardino
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
3,816
tt
Saja Diego
Colorado Spring; Colo,
s
43,302
3.495
T
t
tt
San Francisco
Denver
I.
49.360
254,497
tt
T
t
Grand Junction
San Jose
8,839
973
tt
tt
Santa: Barbara
Pueblo
4.506
3,248
tt
Atohison
K a n s.
Stockton
936
6,750
tt
Boise
Idaho
Hutohinson
5,026
4.227
T
f
Nov.
Independence
Reno
3.771
853
tt
Ore.
Eugene
Kansas City
7.892
3,469
tt
tt
Lawrence
Portland
1.146
56,357
tt
ft
Salem
Pittsburg
5,420
1,429
M
Utah
Topeka
Ogden
5,113
5.499
it
tt
Salt Lake City
Wichita
21,380
27,496
Bellingham
Mo*
Joplin
Wash#
2,615
3,978
it
tt
Kansas City
Everett
100,813
2,927
tt
tt
Seattle
St. Joseph
92,286
11,756
tt
Fremont
Spokane
Neb.
616
16,774
tt
tt
Lincoln
Tacoma
16,464
3,025
tt
tt
Omaha
lYalla Walla
1,951
49.330
tt
Albuquerque
Yakima
N. M.
3,803
5.131
Bartlesville
Okla,
10,523
tt
Enid
ii.035
tt
Guthrie
622



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