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1ITED STATES 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



GENERAL INFORMATION Pago 

Introduction V 

A Guide to the Use of the Directory VI 

STATISTICAL DATA 

Final CoUn. for Population of Continental United 

States by Regions, Divisions and States 

April!, 1950 X 

Population Statistics, by States XI 

Population and Family Income, Largest Cities XII 

Population of Standard Metropolitan Areas 2 

Manufacturing and Employment Statistics 3 

Market I ndices 4 

Agriculture by States 5 

Tabulated Statement of Publications 6-7 

Summary and Comparative Statement of 

Publications 8 

Aggregate Circulation of English Language Daily 

Newspapers 8 

Airway, Airport and Railroad Maps of the 

United States bet. 8-9 

POPULATION 

Cities of 100,000 Inhabitants or More 9 

Canadian Cities of over 50,000 Inhabitants 9 

Population of Cities, Towns and Villages of 2,500 
and Upwards 10 

CATALOG of NEWSPAPERS and PERIODICALS 
United States 

Alabama 33 

Alaska 46 

Arizona 49 

Arkansas 55 

California 69 

Colorado 137 

Connecticut 152 

Delaware 164 

District of Columbia 167 

Florida 183 

Georgia 202 

Hawaii 223 

Idaho 226 

Illinois 234 

Indiana 31 1 

Iowa 341 

Kansas 373 

Kentucky 398 

Louisiana 414 

Maine 426 

Maryland 432 

Massachusetts 444 

Michigan 469 

Minnesota 503 

Mississippi 536 

Missouri 548 

Montana 581 

Nebraska 590 

Nevada 610 

New Hampshire 614 

New Jersey 620 

New Mexico 64t 

New York 652 

North Carolina ,.763 

North Dakota : 782 

Ohio 792 

Oklahoma 835 

Oregon '. 855 

Pennsylvania , 868 

Puerto Rico 920 

Rhode Island 922 

South Carolina ^ 926 

South Dakota , 936 



CATALOG of NEWSPAPERS and PERIODICALS 

(Continued) Page 

Tennessee 948 

Texas 964 

Utah 101 5 

Vermont 1021 

Virginia 1026 

Virgin Islands 1042 

Wash! ngton 1 044 

West Virginia 1081 

Wisconsin . . . . ; 1071 

Wyoming 1100 

Canada 

Alberta 1106 

British Columbia 1113 

Manitoba 1122 

New Brunswick .1129 

Newfoundland 1132 

Nova Scotia 1 134 

Ontario 1138 

Prince Edward Island 1172 

Quebec 1174 

Saskatchewan , 1192 

Yukon Territory 1202 

Northwest Territories -. . . .1203 

Outside of United States and Canada 

Bermuda 1204 

Panama, Republic of 1 205 

Philippines, Republic of 1207 

CLASSIFIED LISTS 

Daily newspapersA list of daily newspapers 
which are published continuously throughout 
the year, with the population of the places 

where they are published 1211 

Daily Pertodicals-A list of daily publications 
issued continuously throughout the year, their 
content chiefly devoted to one special interest 

such as legal, banking, etc. 1237 

Special Sections of Newspapers in which adver- 

tising may be placed by groups 1240 

Special Newspaper Groups and Representative 

Organizations 1241 

Sunday Weeklies 1242 

Weekly, Semi-Weekly and Tri-Weekly News- 
papers A list of weekly newspapers which are 
published continuously throughout the year, 
with the population of the places where they 

are published 1243 

Newspaper Feature, Picture and News Syndicates 1302 
Agricultural Publications Grouped According to 

States 1308 

Agricultural Publications Grouped According to 

Classification 1318 

College Publications 1333 

Foreign Language Publications 1351 

Fraternal Publications 1365 

Magazines of General Circulation Grouped Accord- 
ing to Classification 1368 

Negro PuWteatlont 1388 

Religious Publications 1391 

Trade, Technical and Class Publications 1 400 

Labor Publications....^. 1456 

INDEX TO CLASSIFICATIONS 1506 

ALPHABETICAL INDEX 

An Alphabetic*) arrangement by name and place 
of publication of all periodicals listed in the 
Direxjtory. This Itet does not include newspapers 1515 

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION 

Received too late tor regular pagee .....1SW 



IMPORTANT 

For changes received too late 
for inclusion in 
the catalog pages, see 
Supplementary Information 
following page 1554. 



THE PURPOSE OF THIS 

DIRECTORY 



is to provide facts about newspapers and period- 
icals, and authoritative information concerning 
the states, cities, towns and marketing areas in 
which these publications are issued and circulate. 

This volume is the recognized key to every kind 
of publication issued in the United States and 
Canada. It is widely used as the basic authority 
by people in business, industry, education, agri- 
culture, religion, government and advertising. 

Please read the pages immediately following to 
be sure your use of this Directory will be efficient 
and satisfactory. 

N.W. AVER & SON, INC. 



A GUIDE TO THE USE OF THE 

DIRECTORY 



For the benefit of new subscribers and for a better understanding by all users of this 
book, a few paragraphs follow that should clarify the terms that must of necessity be 
abbreviated, make evident the method used in compiling it, and explain the absence 
of material that might well be included in its pages if space permitted. For ease in refer- 
ence the material is grouped under self-explanatory alphabetized headings. Population 
figures for the United States are from the 1950 Census tabulations. 



ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OP PUBLICATIONS In each city and town news- 
papers are listed in alphabetical order by their distinctive names. The word 'The," if 
used, appears after the name. "Morning/* "Evening," "Weekly," or other words indi- 
cating the period of issue, are not given in the title, nor is the name of the city or town 
in which the paper circulates. Thus, the "Chicago Evening News" is listed under Chicago 
as "News." When the title pertains to a state or county, however, the name of the sec- 
tion is included, examples being, "Oregon Journal" in Portland, Oregon; "Ventura 
County News" in Ventura, California. Occasionally, too, the name of a city is retained 
to distinguish a paper from another of similar title. It is our intention to list newspapers 
in the town in which they circulate chiefly. For this reason the address of the publisher 
may in a few instances differ from the town in which the paper is listed. 

BRACKETS When two or more papers in a town or city are under the same management 
or regularly sell space in combination, they are bracketed in the DIRECTORY. As 
examples, see the News and the Post-Herald in Birmingham, Alabama; the News and 
the Times in Cumberland, Maryland. 

CIRCULATIONS All circulation statements obtained from the publishers are for the 
latest date possible, i.e., they represent an average circulation for six months preceding 
the compilation of the DIRECTORY in which they appear. 

By an average paid circulation is meant, as is clearly expressed on all forms and 
questionnaires: the average net paid circulation per issue (after deducting all left-over, 
unsold, returned, file, sample, exchange, or advertisers' copies, and special editions) for 
six preceding months. 

Free and controlled circulations are so indicated. The terms are not synonymous. 
These also represent a six months' average, exclusive of left-over, unsold, file, sample, 
exchange and advertisers' copies. 

In the list of daily newspapers in the back of the book, it is possible to include cir- 
culation figures that arrive too late for incorporation in the catalog pages. Reference to 
this fact is made in the catalog just preceding each state's list of towns and cities. Varia- 
tion is also found between the catalog and other of the classified lists because of the 
later printing of the latter which allows inclusion in them of last-minute changes. 

Circulations given in this DIRECTORY are divided into nine classes : A.B.C. Audits; 
A.B.C. Statements** P.O. Statements; B.P.A. Audits; V.A.C. Statements; C.C.A.B. 
Audits; Sworn Statements; Publishers' Statements; Estimated figures. Under the 
following italicized headings brief explanations are given. 

VI 



4. B.C. Statements and 4udfff Members of the Audit Bureau of Circulations are 
so designated by symbols preceding their circulation figures. Their Audits are indicated 
by (); September 30 Statements by (**); March 31 and June 30 Statements by (*). 
These are in bold face type, as that is our method in all cases of indicating sworn state- 
ments. Only the total net paid circulation figures are given. A few of these statements 
cover only a three-month period; the majority, however, are for a six-month period 
ending with the date indicated. Every circulation period covered by the figures shown 
in each case is in or during the year 1958. 

Members of the Audit Bureau of Circulations are sometimes not designated as 
such in the DIRECTORY. This occurs only when a consolidation has taken place, inval- 
idating the latest available statement, or when no up-to-date statement is made available 
by the Audit Bureau of Circulations, 123 North Wacker Drive, Chicago (6), III. 

P. O. Statements Circulation figures given in the statement of ownership, man- 
agement and circulation made by newspapers on October 1 of each year to the Post Office 
Department of the Federal Government are listed in the DIRECTORY in bold face 
type. They are called Post Office Statements and are indicated by the symbol (). 

B.P.A. Audit* Circulation figures from Controlled and Qualified Paid Audits are 
preceded by (>) and are given in bold face type, showing that they are sworn statements, 
made for the Business Publications Audit of Circulation, Inc., 420 Lexington Avenue, 
New York (17), N. Y. 

V.A.C. Statements and* Audlf$ Circulation figures from Verified Audit Circulation 
Co. are preceded by the initials V.A.C. and are entered in bold face type indicating sworn 
statements. The figures may be controlled, net paid or free and are indicated accordingly. 
V.A.C. is located at 8350 Stanta Monica Blvd., Los Angeles (46), California. 

C.C.A.B. Aadlt* Controlled circulation figures from Canadian Circulations Audit 
Board, Inc., 10 Price St., Toronto (5), Ontario, are given in bold face type, preceded 
by (*). 

Sworn and Publishers* Statements; Estimated Circulation Figures Figures fur- 
nished us by publishers fall into three classifications. First, those that are supported by 
affidavit are listed in bold face type as sworn statements. Secondly, those unsupported 
by affidavit are preceded by a double dagger (J) and are called publishers' statements. 
Thirdly, those given to us, but lacking a signature are listed as estimated. In addition, 
those publications that have failed to reply are given estimated figures for one year, 
based on the statement for the preceding year. Estimated figures are accompanied by 
no symbol and are printed in light face type. 

COUNTY SEATS Every town that is a County Seat is marked with a dagger (f) immedi- 
ately after the name of the town. 

MAP LOCATIONS Following the name of each town and city in the book there is, in 
parenthesis, a capital letter and figure. These come immediately before the population 
figures. This letter and figure indicate where that town appears on the map. Each map 
carries symbols along the edges. At top and bottom appear the letters, and along both 
sides appear the figures. The town will be found near to the point where a line drawn 
down from the given letter and another line drawn across from the given figure intersect. 

CLASSIFIED LISTS Consult the 'Table of Contents" for location of all Special Group- 
ings of publications such as Daily newspapers, Weekly and Semi-weekly newspapers 
Daily Periodicals, Labor and all other Trade or Technical or Industrial publications. 

NO ADVERTISING Publications which are believed to decline general advertising are 
indicated in the DIRECTORY by the abbreviated form "No adv." 

OMISSION OP CIRCULATIONS In some cases it becomes necessary to omit circula- 
tion figures. Cases in point are: when the information received is indefinite, contradic- 
tory, or otherwise unsatisfactory; when experience or reliable information creates a 

VII 



doubt as to the accuracy of the figures sent us; when more recent information indicates 
that statements made earlier in the year do not represent conditions at the time the 
DIRECTORY is issued; and when publishers themselves have requested the omission. 
The continued existence of publications failing to answer our queries is checked 
through other sources. No response direct from the publisher for two years or longer is 
indicated in the circulation column by the symbol (). 



AIRLINES By the following letters we 
they are used : 

AA American Airlines 

AAA Allegheny Airlines 

ACA Alaska Coastal Airlines 

AEA Aeronaves do Mexico 

AF Air France 

APA Aerovias Panama Airways 

AR Aerolinas Argentines 

AREA Ecuatoriana de aviacion 

ASA Alaska Airlines 

AVENSA-Avensa Airlines 

AVN Avianca Airlines 

BAL Bonanza Air Lines 

BH Bahamas Airways 

BNF Braniff Airways 

BOAC British Overseas Airways, Corp. 

BW I A British West Indian Airways 

CAL Continental Air Lines 

CAP-Capital Airlines 

CAT Civil Air Transport 

CBA Caribbean Atlantic Airlines 

CDA Dominican Airlines 

CEN-Central Airlines 

CM A Mexicana de Aviacion 

COA Cordova Airlines 

CPAL Canadian Pacific Airlines 

CU Cubana 

OAL-Delta Air Lines 

EAL Eastern Air Lines 

ELLIS Ellis Air Lines 

FAL Frontier Airlines 

FTL- Flying Tiger Line 

QAMSA Quest Aerovias Mexico, S.A. 

HAL Hawaiian Airlines 

I AL Icelandic Airlines 

I BERA Spanish Air Lines 

JAL Japan Air Lines 

KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines 

LACSA-Costa Rica Airlines 

LAI Linee Aeree Italians (Alitalia) 

LAN Lanica Airlines 

LAV Linea Aeropostal Venezolana 

LCA Lake Central Airlines 



identify the Airlines serving the point at which 

LH Lufthansa 

LLC Lloyd Aereo Colombiano 

MAK Mackey Airlines 

MAR Maritime Central Airways 

MOH Mohawk Airlines 

NAL National Airlines 

NCA Northern Consolidated Airlines 

NEA Northeast Airlines 

NOR North Central Airlines 

NWA Northwest Orient Airlines 

OZA Ozark Air Lines, Inc. 

PAA Pan American World Airways System 

PAI Piedmont Airlines 

PAL Philippine Air Lines 

PANAGRA Pan American Grace Airways 

PBA Provincetown-Boston Airline 

PC Pacific Air Lines 

PNA Pacific Northern Airlines 

PW A Pacific Western Airline 

Q_ Airways 

QEA Quantas Empire Airways 

OWE Quebecair, Inc. 

RAL Resort Airlines 

REEVE Reeve Aleutian Airways 

SABENA Belgian World Airlines 

SAS Scandinavian Airlines System 

SG A Saskatchewan Government Airlines 

SOU Southern Airways 

SR-SWISSAIR-Swiss Airlines 

TACA TACA International Airlines 

TCA Trans-Canada Air Lines 

TPA Aloho Airlines 

TRA Transair, Ltd. 

TT A Trans Texas Airways 

TMC Trans Mar De Cortes 

TWA Trans World Airlines 

UAL-United Air Lines 

DMCA Columbian Airways 

WAL Western Air Lines 

WEN Wien- Alaska Airlines 

WC A West Coast Airlines 



RAILROADS Abbreviations are listed in town headings. They are keyed to the map 
preceding each state. 

POSTAL ZONE NUMBERS In all of the larger cities and towns where the postal author* 
ities have requested the use of postal zone numbers, we show the correct postal zone 
number for each address in parenthesis after the street address. In addressing any pub- 
lication in such cities or towns you should place the postal zone number on the envelope 
immediately after the name of the town. 

PUBLICATIONS EXCLUDED In accordance with our usual custom, a number of pub- 
lications which are not required by the general advertiser or the public have been omitted 
from the DIRECTORY. Among these are high school and junior college papers, local 
church papers, papers issued by business houses primarily for the promotion of their own 
interests (generally known as House Organs), and publications issued by institutions, 

vra 



unless these have influence outside the particular institution by which they are published. 
A few publications established during the past year are also omitted. Information con- 
cerning them may be obtained by writing to the editorial office of the DIRECTORY. 

SUB-EDITIONS As far as possible, we distinguish between independent publications 
and those which are simply reprints of some other paper, usually with little or no alter- 
ation beyond the name. Papers so issued are entered in the catalog under the name of 
the leading paper, and under the place of apparent publication the name of the edition 
is given, with reference to the paper or house issuing it, followed in many instances by 
the name of the town to which mail should be addressed. 

SUBSCRIPTION PRICES The many variations in the subscription prices of daily papers 
in the larger cities make it impossible, in the space available, to give such prices accu- 
rately. The subscription rates requested of all papers are those paid by local subscribers. 
Dailies are requested to give the rate when delivered by carrier. Differences must be 
expected between these prices and those in zones other than the one in which the paper 
is published. 

In the case of newspapers that are members of the Audit Bureau of Circulations 
many of the subscription prices listed are computed from the monthly or weekly carrier 
price given in the respective A.B.C. statements. 

TOWN HEADINGS Due to the condensation necessary in this work, headings for towns 
and cities under 25,000 contain reference to banking facilities only when these are not 
available in the town being described. For the same reason there is also no mention 
made in these headings of airports. 

Much of the statistical data obtained from Government sources is necessarily more 
than one year old. These figures are the latest ones available. 

LATE INFORMATION The last pages in this book, following the Alphabetical Index, 
contain supplementary information that reached the editorial office after the pages on 
which it would normally appear had gone to press. 

Bo sure to consult these supplemental pages. 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

It is with genuine appreciation that acknowledgment is made here of the assistance 
given by various agencies in the compilation of this book. They include many bureaus 
and departments of the United States Government; many Chambers of Commerce 
throughout the country; the publishers of the newspapers and periodicals; the 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company; the Common Council for American 
Unity; Dun and Bradstreet, Inc.; Edison Electric Institute; Electrical Merchandis- 
ing; Rand McNally and Company; Sales Management, Inc.; the State Press Asso- 
ciations; the Life Insurance Agency Management Association ; Media Representatives 
Inc.; the Bermuda Trade Development Board; the Census and Statistics Bureaus 

of Canada. 

THE EDITOR 
Philadelphia, 1959 

IX 



FINAL COUNT FOR POPULATION OF CONTINENTAL 
UNITED STATES BY REGIONS, DIVISIONS 
AND STATES: APRIL 1, 1950 



The total population of the United States on April 1, 1950, was 150,697,361, 
according to final figures from the 1950 Census of Population published by 
the Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce. From 1940 to 1950 the 
United States experienced an all-time record population growth between 
successive censuses of 19,028,086. The rate of increase was 14.5% twice 
that of the thirties. 

The most prominent population gain among the states was that of 
California, which exceeded with its 3,678,836 increase that of the entire 
Northeast Region. California now ranks second to New York in population, 
whereas in 1940 it ranked fifth. Four other states, New York, Texas, Michi- 
gan, and Ohio, had gains of over 1,000,000. 

Other centers of heavy population growth were the Northwest (Oregon 
and Washington); the Southwest (Arizona and the bordering states of Nevada, 
Utah, and New Mexico); and the region in and near the seat of the United 
States Government (the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia). 

Of the remaining states, all but four gained population. The four 
states with population losses were Arkansas, Mississippi, North Dakota, and 
Oklahoma. The losses and the rates of decline were relatively small. 

There were fifty cities in 1950 with over 200,000 inhabitants, as com- 
pared with forty-three in 1940. Of the eighteen cities in this group which 
gained population in excess of 20%, five are in California, four in Texas. 

Since the 1950 Census, population in the United States has continued 
to increase rapidly. The estimated population as of July 1 , 1958, was 1 73,260,000 
an increase in excess of 22,500,000 since the April 1, 1950 Census. Only three 
states Arkansas, Vermont and West Virginia show a population decrease 
since 1950. States with the greatest percentage increase are Nevada, 66.7; 
Florida, 60.3; Arizona, 52.1 ; Delaware, 42.7. The largest numerical increases 
were recorded in California, with a gain of about 3,751,000, Florida with 
1,671,000, Texas with 1,666,000, Michigan with 1,494,000 and New York 
with 1,399,000. 

X 



POPULATION STATISTICS 



STATE 
and 
SECTION 


Population 


% of Change 


1950 
Popu- 
lation; 
% U.S. 
Total 


TNumber of 
Families 
1-1-59 


'Households 


Number of 
Households 
1950 


ul 

Total 


Ch. 
1940- 
1950 


1950 


Estimated 
7-1-58 


1940- 
1950 


1950- 
1958 


Now England 

Maine 


913,774 
633,242 
377,747 
4,690,514 
791,896 
2,007,280 


952,000 
584,000 
372,000 
4,862,000 
875,000 
2,316,000 


7.9 

8.5 
6.2 
8.7 
11.0 
17.4 


4.1 
9.6 
1.4 
3.6 
10.5 
15.4 


.61 
.35 
.25 
3.11 
.53 
1.33 


259,400 
166,800 
105,000 
1,457,300 
246,900 
698,500 


254,652 
155,173 
103,535 
1,307,381 
225,487 
570,404 


.60 
36 
.24 
3.05 
.53 
1.33 


16.30 
16.73 
12.01 
16.66 
20.13 
27.13 


New Hampshire 
Vermont 


Massachusetts 


Rhode Island 


Connecticut 


Total 

MlddU Atlantic 
New York 


9,314,453 

14,830,192 
4,835,329 
10,498,012 


9,961,000 

16,229,000 
5,749,000 
11,101,000 


10.4 

10.0 
16.2 
6.0 


6.9 

9.4 
18.9 
5.7 


6.18 

9.84 
3.21 
6.96 


2,933,900 

5,073,900 
1,7?0,600 
3,240,200 


2,616,632 

4,329,327 
1,374,422 
2,918,672 


6.11 

10.10 
3.21 
6.81 


18.86 

18.22 
24.92 
16.03 


New Jersey 


Pennsylvania 


Total 

South Atlantic 
Delaware 


30,163,533 

318,085 
2,343,001 
802,178 
3,318,680 
2,005,552 
4,061,929 
2,117,027 
3,444,578 
2,771,305 


33,080,000 

454,000 
2,956,000 
825,000 
3,935,000 
1,969,000 
4,549,000 
2,404,000 
3,818,000 
4,442,000 


9.5 

19.4 
28.6 
21.0 
23.9 
5.4 
13.7 
11.4 
10.3 
46.1 


9.7 

42.7 
26.2 
2.8 
18.6 
-1.8 
12.0 
13.6 
10.8 
60.3 


20.01 

.21 
1.55 
.53 
2.20 
1.33 
2.71 
1.40 
2.29 
1.84 


10,034,700 

128,100 
842,000 
242,000 
1,013,800 
512,400 
1,105,700 
582,700 
1,009,300 
1,329,600 


8,622,421 

90,362 
640,422 
224,092 
845,932 
518,771 
994,361 
514,660 
889,716 
822,045 


20.12 

.21 
1.50 
.52 
1.97 
1.21 
2.32 
1.20 
2.08 
1.92 


18.47 

28.10 
37.52 
29.20 
34.80 
16.63 
25.92 
18.32 
18.28 
58.12 


Maryland 


District of Columbia 


Virginia 


West Virginia 


North Carolina 


South Carolina 


Georgia 


Florida 


Total 


21,182,335 

7,946,627 
3,934,224 
8,712,176 
6,371,766 
3,434,575 


25,352,000 

9,345,000 
4,581,000 
9,889,000 
7,866,000 
3,938,000 


18.8 

15.0 
14.8 
103 
21.2 
9.5 


19.7 

17.6 
16.4 
13.5 
23.4 
14.6 


14.06 

5.27 
2.61 
5.78 
4.23 
2.28 


6,765,600 

2,845,600 
1,399,000 
3,038,600 
2,287,800 
1,133,100 


5,540,361 

2,314,557 
1,169,314 
2,585,691 
1,791,639 
968,253 


12.93 

5.40 
2.73 
6.03 
4.18 
2.26 


29.48 

21.96 
21.61 
17.92 
28.34 
17.05 


East No. Central 

Ohio 


Indiana 


Illinois . . 


Michigan 


Wisconsin 


Total 


30,399,368 

2,944,806 
3,291,718 
3,061,743 
2,178,914 


35,618,000 

3,080,000 
3,469,000 
3,211,000 
2,186,000 


14.2 

3.5 
12.9 
8.1 
-0.2 


17.2 

4.6 
5.4 
4.9 
0.3 


20.17 

1.95 
2.19 
2.03 
1.45 


10,704,100 

822,600 
935,800 
831,100 
557,200 


8,829,454 

779,608 
871,269 
786,467 
554,783 


20.60 

1.82 
2.03 
1.84 
1.29 


21.36 

11.61 
21.87 
16.72 
3.71 


East So. Central 

Kentucky . .. . 


Tennessee 


Alabama 


Mississippi 


Total 


11,477,181 

2,982,483 
2,621,073 
3,954,653 
619,636 
652,740 
1,325,510 
1,905,299 


11,947,000 

3,375,000 
2,822,000 
4,271,000 
650,000 
699,000 
1,457,000 
2,116,000 


6.5 

6.8 
3.3 
4.5 
-3.5 
1.5 
0.7 
5.8 


4.1 

13.2 
7.7 
8.0 
5.0 
7.1 
9.9 
11.0 


7.62 

1.98 
1.74 
2.62 
.41 
.43 
.88 
1.27 


3,146,700 

966,900 
842,900 
1,340,500 
171,900 
199,800 
437,400 
676,000 


2,992,127 

845,757 
780,969 
1,198,883 
162,176 
182,972 
394,662 
587,647 


6.98 

1.97 
1.82 
2.80 
38 
.43 
.92 
1.37 


14.11 

16.12 
11.28 
12.19 
6.67 
10.61 
9.40 
14.97 


Woct No. Contra! 
Minnesota 


Iowa 


Missouri 


North Dakota 


South Dakota 


Nebraska 


Kansas 


Total .. . 


14,061,394 

1,909,511 
2,683,516 
2,233,351 
7,711,194 


15,391,000 

1,766,000 
3,110,000 
2,285,000 
9,377,000 


4.0 

-2.0 
13.5 
4.4 
20.2 


9.5 

-7.5 
15.9 
2.3 
21.6 


9.33 

1.27 
1.78 
1.48 
5.12 


4,635,400 

485,600 
853,200 
677,300 
2,710,100 


4,153,066 

524,708 
724,512 
663,262 
2,190,385 


9.69 

1.22 
1.69 
1.55 
5.11 


12.61 

6.83 
22.27 
8.64 
30.50 


Wost So. Central 

Arkansas 


Louisiana 


Oklahoma 


Texat 


Total 


14,637,572 

691,024 
688,637 
290,529 
1,325,089 
681,187 
749,587 
688,862 
160,083 


16,539,000 

688,000 
662,000 
320,000 
1,711,000 
842,000 
1,140,000 
865,000 
267,000 


11.3 

5.6 
12.1 
15.9 
18.0 
28.1 
50.1 
25.2 
45.2 


13.8 

16.4 
12.5 
10.1 
29.1 
23.6 
52.1 
25.5 
66.7 


9.65 

.39 
39 
.19 
.88 
.45 
.50 
.46 
.11 


4,726,200 

211,500 
184,000 
99,800 
509,300 
232,300 
328,500 
240,400 
87,000 


4,102,867 

175,619 
169,274 
84,289 
391,517 
177,128 
210,398 
188,085 
50,296 


9.57 

.41 
.40 
.20 
.91 
.41 
.49 
.44 
.12 


21.47 

9.79 
19.44 
21.50 
23.90 
36.80 
60.45 
34.84 
51.08 


Mountain 

Montana . 


Idaho 


Wyoming 


Colorado 


New Mexico 


Arizona 


Utah. . . . 


Nevada 


Total 


5,074,998 

2,378,963 
1,521,341 
10,586,223 


6,494,000 

2,769,000 
1,773,000 
14,337,000 


22.3 

37.0 
39.6 
533 


28.0 

16.4 
16.6 
35.4 


3.37 

1.58 
1.01 
7.02 


1,892,800 

905,300 
577,900 
4,894,600 


1,446,606 

736,944 
479,265 
3336,308 


3.38 

1.72 
1.12 
7.78 


29.11 

37.16 
42.01 
66.02 


Pacific 

Washington 


Oregon 


California 


Total 


14,486,527 


18,879,000 


48,8 


30.3 


9.61 


6,377,800 


4,552,517 


10.62 


51.09 


Grand Total 


150,697,361 


173,260,000 


14.5 


15.0 


100.00 


51,217,200 


42,856,051 


100.00 


22.96 





A minus sign ( ) denotes decrease 

Household A household Includes all of the persons, without regard to relationship, who occupy a house, an apartment or other group 
of rooms, or a room, that constitutes a dwelling unit. The number of households may be regarded as comparable with the number of 
"families" in the 1940 Census.fSales Management, 1 959 Survey of Buying Power, Other statistics are from the U. S. Bureau of the Census. 



XI 



POPULATION and FAMILY INCOME 

Otto of 75,000 Population or Mar* 

(All figures are from centua of 1950) 



CITY 



1950 
Population 



% Change 
1940-50 



Non-white* 

Population 

4-1-50 



Number 

of 
Familiea 



Families 

With 

Income 

$5,000-$9,999 



Families 
With 

Income 
Over 

$10,000 



Median 
Family 
Income 



New York, N. Y 7,891,957 5.9 

Chicago, III 3,620,962 6.6 

Philadelphia, Pa. 2,071 ,605 7.3 

Los Angeles, Calif 1 ,970,358 31 .0 

Detroit, Mich 1,849,568 13.9 

Baltimore, Md 949,708 10.5 

Cleveland, Ohio 914,808 4.2 

St. Louis, Mo 856,796 5.0 

Washington, D. C 802,178 21.0 

Boston, Mass. 801,444 4.0 

San Francisco, Calif 775,357 22.2 

Pittsburgh, Pa 676,806 .8 

Milwaukee, Wis 637,392 8.5 

Houston, Texas 596,1 63 55.0 

Buffalo, N.Y 580,132 .7 

New Orleans, La, 570,445 1 5.3 

Minneapolis, Minn 521,718 6.0 

Cincinnati, Ohio 503,998 1 0.6 

Seattle, Wash 467,591 27.0 

Kansas City, Mo 456,662 14.4 

Newark, N. J 438,776 2.1 

Dallas, Texas 434,462 47.4 

Indianapolis, Ind 427,173 10.4 

Denver, Colo 41 5,786 29.0 

San Antonio, Texas 408,442 60.9 

Memphis, Tenn 396,000 35.2 

Oakland, Calif 384,575 27.3 

Columbus, Ohio 375,901 22.8 

Portland, Ore 373,628 22.3 

Louisville, Ky 369,129 15.7 

San Diego, Calif 334,387 64.4 

Rochester, N. Y 332,488 2.3 

Atlanta, Ga 331,314 9.6 

Birmingham, Ala 326,037 21 .8 

St. Paul, Minn 311,349 8.2 

Toledo, Ohio 303,616 7.5 

Jersey City, N. J 299,01 7 .7 

Fort Worth, Texas 278,778 56.9 

Akron, Ohio 274,605 122 

Omaha, Neb 251,117 12.2 

Long Beach, Calif 250,767 52.7 

Miami, Fla 249,276 44.8 

Providence, R. 1 248,674 1 .9 

Dayton, Ohio 243,872 157 

Oklahoma City, Okla 243,504 19.1 

Richmond, V a. 230,310 19.3 

Syracuse, N. Y 220,583 7.1 

Norfolk, Va 213,513 47.9 

Jacksonville, Fla 204,517 18.2 

Worcester, Mass 203,486 5.1 

Tulsa,Okla 182,740 28.5 

Salt Lake City, Utah 182,121 21.5 

Des Moines, Iowa 1 77,965 1 1 .4 

Hartford, Conn 177,397 67 

Grand Rapids, Mich 176,515 7.4 

Nashville, Tenn 174,307 4.1 

Youngstown, Ohio 1 68,330 .4 

Wichita, Kans 1 68,279 46.4 

New Haven, Conn 164,443 2.4 

Flint, Mich 163,143 7.7 

Springfield, M ass 1 62,399 8.6 

Spokane, Wash 161,721 32.6 

Bridgeport, Conn 1 58,709 7.9 

Yonkers.N. Y 152,798 7.2 

Tacoma, Wash 143,673 31 .3 

Paterson, N. J 139,336 .2 

Sacramento, Calif 137,572 29.8 

Albany, N.Y 134,995 3.4 

Charlotte, N. C 134,042 32.8 

Gary, Ind 133.911 19.9 

Fort Wayne, Ind 133,607 12.8 

Austin, Texas 132,459 50.6 

Chattanooga, Tenn 1 31 ,041 2.2 

Erie, Pa. 130,803 11.8 

El Paso, Texas 130,485 34.8 

Kansas City, Kans 1 29,553 6.7 

Mobile, Ala 129,009 63.9 

Trenton, N.J 128,009 2.7 

Shreveport, La 127,206 29.6 

Baton Rouge, La. 125,629 261 .8 



775,516 
509,437 
378,968 
211,585 
303,721 
226,053 
149,544 
154,448 
284,313 
42,744 

81,469 
82,981 
22,742 

125,660 
37,700 

182,631 
8,468 
78,685 
27,167 
56,023 

75,627 
57,263 
64,091 
18,252 
29,545 
147,287 
55,778 
47,131 
13,240 
57,772 

18,364 
7,845 
121,416 
130,115 
6,219 
25,350 
20,966 
37,127 
23,878 
16,882 

6,587 
40,576 

8,681 
34,273 
22,665 
73,082 

5,058 
63,448 
72,529 

1,719 

18,335 
3,102 
8,220 

12,790 
6,937 

64,726 

21,547 
8,369 
9,825 

14,043 

6,271 
2,694 
6,856 
5,070 
4,427 
8,409 
10,683 
5,881 
37,511 
39,326 

5,294 
17,807 
39,321 
3,437 
3,452 
26,710 
45,905 
14,532 
42,242 
35,182 



2,113,530 
963,260 
522,625 
541,860 
486,145 
242,020 
243,240 
231,570 
198,180 
192,590 

202,440 
172,545 
167,630 
162,410 
149,420 
144,255 
137,095 
134,810 
124,970 
128,155 

115,290 
122,500 
119,170 
110,525 
100,835 
105,390 
105,910 

95,390 
103,345 

98,500 

88,875 
86,250 



85,055 
81,750 
80,945 
79,065 
77,720 
74,175 
65,265 

71,940 
70,910 
63,475 
65,955 
68,075 
59,820 
55,570 
49,340 
53,170 
51,640 

51,725 
48,175 
48,785 
45,790 
46,765 
44,065 
43,675 
45,850 
41,590 
43,800 

43,450 
44,220 
42,235 
40,210 
39,390 
38,525 
37,845 
33,660 
34,415 
35,395 

36,500 
31,345 
33,975 
33,540 
31,545 
34,770 
32,335 
31,065 
33,775 
32,100 



460,960 
257,965 
98,025 
126,395 
134,060 
44,265 
51,460 
37,745 
51,075 
33,525 

53,130 
30,925 
39,285 
31,275 
27,085 
20,480 
31,575 
20,780 
31,425 
23,785 

20,705 
26,100 
25,175 
22,840 
12,670 
15,725 
26,395 
20,950 
23,920 
16,025 

17,545 
18,220 
12,865 
12,100 
18,360 
21,560 
15,730 
13,825 
14,510 
12,175 

15,155 
11,210 
8,540 
16,235 
11,295 
11,525 
11,115 
8,725 
6,900 
8,320 

10,495 
10,365 
10,835 
9,380 
9,960 
4,865 
9,120 
8,060 
6,975 
12,055 

8,420 
10,205 
7,560 
11,105 
7,705 
8,145 
11,040 
6,915 
6,575 
7,880 

8.330 
5,235 
3,260 
6,680 
5,795 
5,470 
4,475 
7,610 
5,540 
7,340 



98,905 
43,920 
14,680 
17,420 
20,450 
7,440 
4,980 
4,450 
12,605 
4,340 

9,270 
6,205 
4,675 
7,055 
4,095 
5,060 
5,500 
4,970 
5,550 
6,315 

2,570 
5,005 
4,225 
4,750 
2,055 
3,640 
3,875 
2,640 
3,895 
2,635 

3,145 
2,400 
1,905 
1,650 
3,275 
3,120 
1,830 
2,760 
1,895 
2,275 

2,135 
2,215 
1,640 
1,765 
2,315 
2,750 
1,750 
1,535 
1,270 
1,420 

2,565 
1,895 
1,980 
1,105 
1,260 
645 
1,430 
1,605 
1,315 
1,655 

925 
1,545 
1,085 
3,520 
1,210 

585 
1,785 
1,215 
1,835 
1,010 

1,270 

1,340 

630 

955 

1,130 

560 

776 

1,300 

1,280 

1,160 



$3,528 
3,956 
3,322 
3,575 
3,955 
3,275 
3,531 
3,205 
3,800 
3,249 

3,923 
3,314 
3,800 
3,389 
3,401 
2,767 
3,784 
3,186 
3,947 
3,401 

3,288 
3,528 
3,555 
3,554 
2,685 
2,859 
3,820 
3,660 
3,719 

3,1 ee 

3,554 
3,561 
2,664 
2,826 
3,780 
3,968 
3,424 
3,308 
3,490 
3,449 

3,605 
3,004 
2,950 
3,744 
3,248 
3,283 
3,471 
3,097 
2,676 
3,274 

3,503 
3,671 
3,720 
3,459 
3,660 
2,446 
3,493 
3,408 
3,301 
4,002 

3,458 
3,746 
3,315 
4,219 
3,539 
3,402 
4,106 
3,431 
3,346 
3,688 

3,761 
3,098 
2,444 
3,642 
3,109 
3,262 
2,800 
3,736 
2,942 
3,693 



Non-white includes Negroes, Indians, Japanese, Chines* and ohr non-white races 



POPULATION and FAMILY INCOME (Continued) 



Cltits of 75,000 Population or Mort 

(All figures are from census of 1950) 



CITY 1950 
Population 


% Change 
1940-50 


Non-white* 
Population 
4-1-50 


Number 
of 

Families 


Families 
With 
Income 
$5,000-$9,999 


Families 
With 
Income 
Over 
$10,000 


Median 
Family 
Income 



Scranton, Pt. 125,536 
Knoxville Tenn 124,769 


-10.6 
11.8 


716 
19,222 


33,330 
32,165 


4,200 
4,020 


530 
630 


$2,925 
2,709 


Tampa, Fla 124,681 


15.0 


27,397 


34,780 


3,135 


630 


2,401 


Camden, N. J. 124 555 


60 


17,583 


32235 


5760 


495 


3241 


Cambridge, Mass. 120,740 


8.9 


5,672 


28,640 


5 135 


1 130 


3347 


Savannah, Qa 119,638 


24.6 


48,350 


30,915 


3505 


565 


2373 


Canton, Ohio 116,912 
South Bend, Ind 115,911 


7.9 
14.5 


7,156 
8,227 


30,925 
31,935 


5,100 
9,645 


715 
1,490 


3,301 
4,349 


Berkeley, Calif 113,805 


33.0 


17,537 


29,450 


8,280 


1,945 


4084 


Elizabeth, N.J 112,817 


2.6 


7,467 


29,570 


7,385 


1,325 


3,792 


Fall River, Mass 111,963 


3.0 


322 


29,015 


3,510 


425 


2,943 


Peoria, III 111,856 
Wilmington, Del. . . 110,356 


6.4 
1.9 


5,915 
17,277 


29,805 
27,930 


6,235 
5,400 


1,180 
1,125 


3,600 
3,346 


Reading, Pa 109,320 


1.1 


2,936 


28,830 


5,590 


800 


3,397 


New Bedford, Mass. 109 189 


1 


3,165 


28,395 


3550 


495 


2,947 


Corpus Christi, Texas 108,287 


890 


7,164 


28,120 


5,120 


1 185 


3187 


Phoenix, Ariz. 106,818 


633 


6,621 


28,225 


4,715 


1,215 


3,195 


Allentown, Pa. . .. 106,756 


10.2 


492 


27,650 


5405 


1,015 


3,494 


Montgomery, Ala. 106,525 


36.4 


42,555 


27,145 


4,525 


655 


2,658 


Duluth, Minn 104,511 

Waterbury, Conn 104,477 
Somerville, Mass 102,351 


3.4 

5.2 
.2 


586 

3,661 
394 


27,580 

27,315 
26,180 


5,215 

5,650 
4,790 


880 

770 
455 


3,465 

3,471 
3,425 


Little Rock, Ark 102,213 


16.1 


23,559 


27,625 


4,685 


1,015 


3,068 


Utica, N. Y. 101 531 


1 


1,670 


25,725 


4,250 


640 


3,268 


Lynn, Mass. 99,738 


1.6 


1,014 


25,870 


4,770 


500 


3,428 


Richmond, Calif 99,545 
Lincoln, Neb 98,884 


321.0 
20.6 


14,216 
1,389 


27,075 
26,960 


5,290 
5,070 


320 
895 


3,536 
3,431 


Jackson, Miss. . 98,271 


582 


40,191 


25,280 


3,550 


765 


2,608 


Lowell, Mass. . 97,249 


4.1 


209 


24,210 


3,550 


530 


3,063 


Albuquerque, N. M 96,815 


1731 


1,966 


25,630 


5,250 


1 125 


3,451 


St. Petersburg, Fla 96,738 
Madison, Wis 96,056 


59.1 
42.4 


14,013 
933 


28,495 
23,225 


3,080 
6,355 


860 
1 100 


2,459 
3,989 


Glendale, Calif. . . 95,702 


15.9 


276 


28,595 


8,200 


1 905 


4,112 


San Jose, Calif. . 95,280 


39.2 


2,049 


25,565 


5.975 


935 


3,709 


Dearborn, Mich. . 94,994 


49.4 


97 


25,225 


9,305 


1 495 


4,655 


Beaumont, Texas 94,014 
Rockford, III 92,927 
Saginaw, Mich. 92,918 


59.2 
9.8 
122 


27,625 
2,568 
8,671 


24,940 
26,160 
23,840 


4,470 
6,620 
5,205 


950 
1,025 
665 


3,322 
3,992 
3,541 


Lansing, Mich 92,129 
Roanoke, Va. . . . . 91,921 


17.0 
32.7 


3,046 
14,592 


24,580 
24,515 


7,160 
4,455 


815 
770 


4,097 
3,352 


Schenectady, N. Y.. . . 91,785 


4.8 


1,476 


?5,375 


5,790 


730 


3,713 


Fresno, Calif 91,669 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. . 90,872 
Harrisburg, Pa. 89,544 


51.1 
16.5 
6.7 


7,108 
3,698 
10,155 


25,290 
24,040 
23,220 


5,815 
5,130 
4,150 


1,055 
635 
525 


3,757 
3,716 
2,303 


Winston-Salem, N.C 87,81 1 
Hammond, Ind 87,594 
Columbia, S.C 86,914 
Huntington, W. Va 86,353 


10.0 
24.8 
39.3 
9.5 


36,760 
1,178 
31,243 
4,453 


22,785 
23,805 
20,100 
23,350 


3,2 tO 
6,440 
3,205 
3,590 


745 
830 
750 
720 


4,668 
2,187 
3,665 
2,054 


Waco, Texas 84,706 


51.3 


14,612 


21,650 


3,075 


690 


3,822 


Sioux City, Iowa 83,991 
Quincy, Mass 83,835 


2.0 
10.6 


1,197 
73 


21,910 
21,910 


4,115 
5.005 


825 
655 


3,475 
3,778 


Manchester, N. H 82,732 
East St. Louis, III. . . 82,295 


6.5 
8.8 


152 
27,570 


22,175 
21,425 


3,715 
3,060 


495 
235 


3,255 
2,933 


Newton, Mass 81,994 


17.3 


559 


20,445 


5,535 


3 435 


4,768 


Springfield, III 81,628 
Pawtucket, R. 1 81,436 
Binghamton, N.Y 80,674 
Lawrence, Mass 80,536 
Portsmith, Va 80,039 
Columbus, Qa 79,611 

East Orange, N. J.. 79,340 


8.1 
7.4 
3.0 
-4.5 
57.7 
49.4 

15.1 


4,311 
363 
832 
261 
30,729 
24,844 

9,121 


22,080 
21,930 
20,060 
21,585 
17,740 
21,190 

22,015 


4,325 
3,550 
4,315 
3,060 
2,250 
2,440 

5,900 


675 
385 
725 
210 
280 
675 

1 3Q1 


3,448 
3,296 
3,606 
3,048 
?,816 
2,542 

4,005 


Topeka, Kan. . 78,791 


16.2 


6,543 


21,780 


3,860 


745 


3,355 


Saint Joseph, Mo 78,588 
Burbank, Calif 78,577 


3.8 
128.8 


3,147 
141 


20,695 
22,320 


2,465 
6,125 


510 
745 


2,960 

4,039 


Springfield, Ohio 78,508 
Portland, Me. .. 77,634 


11.1 
5.4 


9,746 
388 


21,250 
20,060 


4,120 
2,605 


400 

43fl 


3,394 
2,983 


Bayonne, N, J.. . 77,203 


2.5 


1,891 


20,380 


4,795 


EQA 


3,698 


Altoona, Pa. 77,177 


3.8 


698 


20,525 


2,370 


O7R 


2,907 


Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 76,826 


10.9 


762 


19,745 


2,535 


430 


2,945 



Non-white includes Negroes, Indians, Japanese, Chinese and other non-white races 



XIII 



POPULATION of STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 



Population 
Standard count, 
Metropolitan Area April 1, 
1950 


1940 


%of 
change 
1940 to 
1950 


Population 
Standard count, 
Metropolitan Area April 1, 
1950 


1940 


%0f 

change 
1940 to 
1960 


Akron . . 410,032 


339,405 


20.8 


Lubbock 101,048 


51,782 


95.1 


Al bany-Schenectady-Troy 51 4 490 


465,643 


10.5 


Macon 135,043 


95,086 


42.0 


Albuquerque 145,673 


69,391 


109.9 


Madison 169,357 


130,660 


29.6 


Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 437,824 


396,673 


10.4 


Manchester 88,370 


81,932 


7.9 


Altoona 139,514 


140,358 


-0.6 


Memphis 482,393 


358,250 


34.7 


Amarillo 87,140 


61,450 


41.8 


Miami 495,084 


267,739 


84.9 


Asheville 124,403 


108,755 


14.4 


Milwaukee 871,047 


766,885 


13.6 


Atlanta 671,797 


518,100 


29.7 


Minneapolis-St. Paul 1,116,509 


940,937 


187 


Atlantic City 132,399 


124,066 


6.7 


Mobile 231,105 


141,974 


62.8 


Augusta 162.013 


131,779 


22.9 


Montgomery 138,965 


114,420 


21.5 


Austin 160,980 


111,053 


45.0 


Muncie 90,252 


74,963 


20.4 


Baltimore 1,337,373 


1,083,300 


23.5 


Nashville 321,758 


257,267 


26.1 


Baton Rouge 158,236 


88,415 


79.0 


New Bedford 137,469 


134,435 


2.3 


Bay City 88,461 


74,981 


18.0 


New Britain-Bristol 146,983 


126,709 


16.0 


Beaumont-Port Arthur 195,083 


145,329 


34.2 


New Haven 264 622 


240,750 


99 


Binghamton 184,698 


165,749 


11.4 


New Orleans 685,405 


552,244 


24.1 


Birmingham 558,928 


459,930 


21.5 


New York-North Eastern 






Boston . . ... 2,369,986 


2,177,621 


8.8 


New Jersey 12,91 1,994 


11,660,839 


10.7 


Bridgeport 258,137 


212,569 


21.4 


Norfolk-Portsmouth 446,200 


258,927 


72.3 


Brockton 129,428 


119,310 


8.5 


Ogden 83,319 


56,714 


46.9 


Buffalo 1,089,230 


958,487 


13.6 


Oklahoma City 325,352 


244,159 


33.3 


Canton 283,194 


234,887 


20.6 


Omaha . 366,395 


325,153 


12.7 


Cedar Rapids 104,274 


89,142 


17.0 


Orlando 114,950 


70,074 


64.0 


Charleston S C 164856 


121,105 


36.1 


Peoria 250512 


211,736 


183 


Charleston W Va 322,072 


276,247 


16.6 


Philadelphia .. . 3,671,048 


3,199637 


14.7 


Charlotte . . 197,052 


151,826 


29.8 


Phoenix 331,770 


186,193 


78.2 


Chattanooga 246,453 


211,502 


16.5 


Pittsburgh 2,213,236 


2,082,556 


6.3 


Chicago 5,495,364 


4,825,527 


13.9 


Pittsfield 66 567 


60,996 


9.1 


Cincinnati 904,402 


787,044 


14.9 


Portland, Maine 119,942 


106,566 


12.6 


Cleveland .. . . 1,465,511 


1,267,270 


15.6 


Portland, Oreg 704,829 


501,275 


40.6 


Columbia 142,565 


104,843 


36.0 


Providence 737,203 


676,766 


8.9 


Columbus Ga 170,541 


126,407 


34.9 


Pueblo 90,188 


68,870 


31.0 


Columbus, Ohio . 503,410 


388,712 


29.5 


Racine 109,585 


94,047 


16.5 


Corpus Christi 165,471 


92,661 


78.6 


Raleigh 136,450 


109,544 


24.6 


Dallas 614,799 


398,564 


54.3 


Reading 255,740 


241,884 


5.7 


Davenport-Rock Island- 






Richmond 328 050 


262,991 


24.7 


Moline 234,256 


198,071 


18.3 


Roanoke 133,407 


112,184 


18.9 


Dayton 457,333 


331,343 


38.0 


Rochester 487,632 


438,230 


11.3 


Oecatur 98,853 


84,693 


16.7 


Rockford . . 152,385 


121,178 


25.8 


Denver . 563,832 


407,768 


38. 


Sacramento 277,140 


170,333 


62.7 


Des Moines 226,010 


195,835 


15.4 


Saginaw 153,515 


130,468 


17.7 


Detroit 3,016,197 


63,768 


26.9 


St Joseph 96826 


94,067 


2.9 


Dubuque 71,337 


2,377,329 


11.9 


St Louis . . 1,681,281 


1,432,088 


17.4 


Duluth-Superior 252,777 


254,036 


0.5 


Salt Lake City 274,895 


211,623 


29.9 


Durham 101,639 


80,244 


267 


San Angelo 58,929 


39,302 


49.9 


El Paso 194,968 


131,067 


48.8 


San Antonio . 500,460 


338,176 


48.0 


Erie 219,388 


180,889 


21.3 


San Bernardino-Riverside- 






Evansville . . 160,422 


130,783 


22.7 


Ontario 451,688 


266,632 


69.4 


Fall River 137,298 


135,137 


1.6 


San Deigo 556,808 


289,348 


92.4 


Flint 270,963 


227,944 


18.9 


San Francisco-Oakland . . . 2,240,767 


1,461,804 


53.3 


Fort Smith . 64,202 


62,809 


2.2 


San Jose . . 290,547 


174,949 


66.1 


Fort Wayne 183,722 


155,084 


18.5 


Savannah 151,481 


117,970 


28.4 


Fort Worth 361,253 


225,521 


60.2 


Scranton 257,396 


301,243 


-14.6 


Fresno 276 51 5 


178,565 


54.9 


Seattle . 732,992 


504,980 


45.2 


Qadsden 93 892 


72,580 


29.4 


Shreveport . . . 216,686 


183,365 


18.2 


Qalveston . . 113,066 


81,173 


39.3 


Sioux City . ... 103,917 


103,627 


0.3 


Grand Rapids 288,292 


246,338 


17.0 


Sioux Falls 70,910 


57,697 


22.9 


Green Bay 98314 


83,109 


18.3 


South Bend 205058 


161,823 


26.7 


Greensboro-High Point 191,057 


153,916 


24.1 


Spokane . 221,561 


164,652 


34.6 


Greenville 168,152 


136,580 


23.1 


Springfield, III 131,484 


117,912 


11.6 


Hamilton-Middleton 147,203 


120,249 


22.4 


Springfield, Mo 104,823 


90,541 


15.8 


Hampton-Newport News- 






Springfield, Ohio 111,661 


95,647 


16.7 


Warwick 143,227 


84,496 


695 


Springfield-Holyoke, Mass. 407,255 


364,680 


11.7 


Harrisburg ... 292241 


252,216 


159 


Stamford-Norwalk . .. 196,023 


160,274 


22.3 


Hartford 358,081 


295,613 


21 1 


Stockton 200,750 


134,207 


49.6 


Houston 806,701 


528,961 


62.5 


Syracuse 341,719 


295,108 


15.8 


Huntmgton-Ashland 245,795 


225,668 


8.9 


Tacoma 275,876 


182,081 


51.5 


Indianapolis ... 551,777 


460,926 


197 


Tampa-St Petersburg . 409,143 


272,000 


50.4 


Jackson, Mich. 107,925 


93,108 


159 


Terre Haute . .. 105,160 


99,709 


5.5 


Jackson, Miss 142,164 


107,273 


325 


Toledo . 395,551 


344,333 


14.9 


Jacksonville 304,029 


210,143 


447 


Topeka 105,418 


91,247 


15.5 


Johnstown 291 ,354 


298,416 


24 


Trenton 229,781 


197,318 


16.5 


Kalamazoo 126707 


100,085 


266 


Tucson ... 141,216 


72,838 


93.9 


Kansas City, Mo 814,357 


686,643 


186 


Tulsa 251,686 


193,363 


30.2 


Kenosha 75238 


63,505 


185 


Utica-Rome 284,262 


263,163 


8.0 


Knoxville 337,105 


246,088 


370 


Waco. 130,194 


101,898 


27.8 


Lancaster 234 717 


212 504 


10 5 


Washington, D C. 1,464,089 


967,985 


613 


Lansing ... 1 72 941 


130616 


32 4 


Water bury 154656 


138779 


11 4 


Laredo 56*1 41 


45916 


223 


Waterloo . . . 100,448 


79,946 


26.6 


Lawrence 125 935 


124849 


09 


Wheeling-Steubenville 354 092 


364132 


28 


Lexington 100*746 


78899 


277 


Wichita 222,290 


143,311 


661 


Lima 88183 


73303 


203 


Wichita Falls 98,493 


73,604 


33.8 


Lincoln 119,742 


100585 


190 


Wilkes-Barre- 






Little Rock- 






Hazleton 392,241 


441,518 


11.2 


North Little Rock 1 96,685 


156,085 


26.0 


Wilmington 268,387 


221,836 


21.0 


Lorain-Elyria 148 162 


112 390 


31 8 


Winston-Salem 146135 


126475 


166 


Los Angeles 4,367,91 1 


2,916403 


498 


Worcester 276,336 


252,762 


9.3 


Louisville 576,900 


451 473 


278 


York 202,737 


178022 


139 


Lowell 133,928 


130,999 


2.2 


Youngitown 628,498 


473,605 


11.6 








Total, 1 72 Areas 85,130,847 


69,699,078 


22.0 















A minus ( ) sign denotes decrease 



MANUFACTURING and EMPLOYMENT 

(Money figures are In Thousand Dollars) 



STATE 
and 
SECTION 


Number of People Employed 
in Manufacture 


Dollar Value Added 
by Manufacture 


Salaries and Wages 
Total All Employees 


1947 


1955 


1956 


1947 


1955 


1956 


1955 


1956 


New England 

Maine 


100,181 
74,752 
34,872 
718,441 
146,850 
399,588 


109,172 
80,471 
36,126 
699,608 
130,162 
418,451 


110,737 
80,687 
38,370 
714,236 
128,748 
434,770 


432,123 
306,932 
149,685 
3,370,094 
658,420 
1,896,546 


596,748 
460,652 
231,792 
4,585,681 
743,416 
3,061,841 


658,246 
494,830 
247,951 
4,883,850 
803,386 
3,384,865 


356,885 
267,329 
125,231 
2,717,805 
459,408 
1,834,804 


388,650 
282,955 
144,020 
2,903,570 
474,000 
2,029,523 


New Hampshire 


Vermont 


Massachusetts. . 


Rhode Island 


Connecticut 


Total 

Middle Altantlo 

New York 


1.474,684 

1,775,975 
738,229 
1,439,534 


1,473,990 

2,039,835 
824,153 
1,511,289 


1,507,548 

2,078,312 
849,100 
1,566,957 


6,813,800 

9,666,588 
4,177,080 
6,946,958 


9,680,130 

14,731,685 
6,872,479 
11,089,719 


10,473,128 

15,562,103 
7,392,437 
12,017,616 


5,761,462 

8,849,640 
3,700,666 
6,337,311 


6,222,718 

9,402,831 
3,987,627 
6,904,083 


New Jersey 


Pennsylvania 


Total 


3,953,738 

34,465 
228,553 
17,815 
216,637 
127,353 
381,480 
188,601 
249,926 
78,665 


4,375,277 

58,326 
265,921 
22,308 
249,586 
127,128 
462,881 
222,946 
329,322 
135,234 


4,494,369 

57,838 
276,770 
22,235 
255,150 
132,238 
473,146 
224,694 
336,936 
143,705 


20,790,626 

182,088 
1,138,407 
99,067 
1,051,629 
663,903 
1,646,673 
794,312 
1,015,999 
349,976 


32,693,883 

418,767 
2,058,636 
170,289 
1,827,193 
1,109,662 
2,564,134 
1,328,814 
1,937,169 
1,035,979 


34,972,156 

375,825 
2,223,357 
180,269 
1,897,430 
1,207,175 
2,742,276 
1,386,024 
2,093,277 
1,130,318 


18,887,617 

293,357 
1,106,738 
102,548 
836,062 
543,367 
1,340,570 
682,576 
974,210 
439,319 


20,294,541 

297,239 
1,217,520 
106,927 
889,164 
587,854 
1,447,604 
711,196 
1,054,373 
500,390 


South Atlantic 

Delaware . . . 


Maryland 


District of Columbia 


Virginia 


West Virginia 


North Carolina 


South Carolina 


Georgia 


Florida 


Total 

East No. Central 
Ohio 


1,523,495 

1,194,603 
548,346 
1,184,820 
973,675 
416,448 


1,873,652 

1,349,222 
631,229 
1,276,473 
1,165,280 
463,965 


1,992,712 

1,379,893 
619,402 
1,325,363 
1,087,478 
482,118 


6,942,054 

6,359,006 
2,977,508 
6,680,137 
5,196,338 
2,260,574 


12,450,643 

11,730,144 
5,377,444 
10,760,343 
10,690,504 
3,652,743 


13,235,951 

12,371,767 
5,497,613 
11,694,472 
10,066,544 
3,948,529 


6.318,747 

6,528,892 
2,893,077 
5,949,336 
6,086,990 
2,066,214 


6,812,267 

6,982,693 
2,965,160 
6,444,115 
5,830,912 
2,254,431 


Indiana 


Illinois 


Michigan 


Wisconsin 


Total 


4,317,892 

129,504 
221,454 
206,136 
76,671 


4,886,169 

164,595 
281,738 
230,901 
98,325 


4,894,254 

168,473 
287,538 
232,825 
101,867 


23,473,563 

740,772 
957,539 
876,933 
300,184 


42,211,178 

1,537,359 
1,930,715 
1,503,634 
590,757 


43,578,925 

1,635,514 
1,986.085 
1,589,302 
571,447 


23,524,509 

633,276 
975,059 
775,016 
267,863 


24,477,31 1 

679,030 
1,045,969 
828,919 
291,342 


East So. Central 

Kentucky 


Tennessee 


Alabama 


Mississippi 


Total 

Wott No. Central 

Minnesota 


633,765 

179,986 
140,425 
327,515 
5,218 
10,265 
47,031 
74,624 


775,559 

212,182 
170,886 
385,942 
5,839 
11,324 
63,071 
128,395 


790,703 

225,083 
172,475 
393,887 
5,961 
11,632 
64,612 
127,570 


2,875,428 

1,022,586 
671,100 
1,623,145 
29,461 
51,398 
260,658 
461,061 


5,522,465 

1,761,528 
1,387,358 
3,021,034 
40,376 
85,470 
444,955 
1,131,739 


5,782,348 

1,912,423 
1,481,743 
3,135,377 
48,650 
91,072 
503,768 
1,090,444 


2,651,214 

919,573 
713,561 
1,580,561 
20,213 
43,639 
246,450 
556,361 


2,845,260 

1,003,609 
761,614 
1,679,915 
21,958 
47,079 
260,766 
567,733 


Iowa 


Missouri. 


North Dakota 


South Dakota . 


Nebraska 


Kansas 


Total 

Watt So. Central 

Arkansas 


785,064 

65,321 
132,464 

55,403 
297,053 


977,639 

87,301 
145,469 
95,409 
439,694 


1,001,220 

92,201 
144,183 
97,729 
461,990 


4,119,409 

265,144 
694,074 
341,027 
1,727,464 


7,872,460 

585,445 
1,398,618 
643,669 
4,089,701 


8,263,477 

619,108 
1,493,930 
726,788 
4,599,673 


4,080,358 

247,508 
550,708 
398,727 
1,823,231 


4,342,674 

271,660 
587,249 
426,885 
2,060,138 


Louisiana 


Oklahoma 


Texas 


Total 

Mountain 

Montana 


550,241 

16,092 
16,907 
5,607 
54,071 
7,590 
14,188 
24,516 
2,667 


767,873 

20,452 
25,551 
6,499 
70,638 
16,315 
32,176 
32,046 
5,823 


796,103 

21,434 
27,383 
6,681 
74,122 
16,453 
35,276 
33,304 
5,223 


3,027,709 

92,258 
109,694 
34,957 
286,774 
55,486 
103,958 
128,298 
27,777 


6,717,433 

207,701 
197,686 
50,648 
586,720 
119,137 
233,616 
386,311 
82,561 


7,439,499 

242,983 
205,117 
60,631 
642,970 
133,390 
277,685 
429,949 
102,182 


3,020,174 

83,582 
102,580 
28,020 
295,642 
68,910 
140,279 
137,280 
26,385 


3,345,932 

94,749 
115,018 
29,701 
326,997 
77,930 
163,198 
152,466 
24,322 


Idaho 


Wyoming 


Colorado 


New Mexico 


Arizona 


Utah 


Nevada 


Total 


141,638 

144,324 
105,591 
663,872 


209,500 

205,946 
143,579 
1,129,332 


219,966 

212,913 
143,334 
1,195,205 


839,202 

874,036 
675,017 
3,994,981 


1,864,380 

1,661,803 
1,149,896 
9,608,126 


2,094,907 

1,942,182 
1,145,038 
10,755,357 


882,678 

960,045 
638,488 
5,400,932 


984,381 

1,051,390 
663,167 
6,019,852 


Paolflo 

Washington 


Oregon 


California 


Total 


913,787 


1,478,857 


1,551,452 


5,544,034 


12,419,825 


13,842,577 


6,999,465 


7,734,409 


Grand Total 


14,294,304 


16,818,516 


17,178,327 


74,425,825 


131,432,397 


139,682,968 


72,126,224 


77,059,493 





MARKET INDICES 



STATE 

and 
SECTION 



tPer Jl958Est. Retidential *N. C. S. *N.C. S. 0rdinary 

Capita Auto., Bus and Rural Est. No. of Est No. of Jan. 1958 Life 

Income Truck Electric Television Radio Number of Insurance 

Payments Registra- Customers Families Families Telephones Sales 

1957 tlon 1-1-1959 1958 1958 1958 



New England 

Maine $1,663 


352,000 


305,000 


226,950 


253,200 


280,800 


$ 209,775,000 


New Hampshire 1,862 
Vermont . 1,665 


236,000 
147,000 


201,500 
118,000 


147,470 
89,420 


160,100 
102,000 


194,500 
118,100 


159,454,000 
94,504,000 


Massachusetts 2,335 


1,695,000 


1,505,500 


1,318,920 


1,403,100 


2,097,500 


1,553,197,000 


Rhode Island 1,990 


324,000 


253,000 


224,190 


237,200 


312,100 


260,369,000 


Connecticut 2,821 


1,021,000 


732,000 


627,930 


669,800 


1,140,900 


869,445,000 


Total .... 


3,775,000 


3,115,000 


2,634,880 


2,825,400 


4,143,900 


$ 3,146,744,000 


Middle Atlantic 

New York . . $2,578 


4 897,000 


4,689,000 


4526020 


4862800 


7 896 900 


$ 5,527,890,000 


New Jersey . 2,504 


2188,000 


1,744,000 


1 535310 


1 634100 


2 560 100 


2,185,685,000 


Pennsylvania 2,112 


4,033,000 


3,121,000 


2,903,660 


3,145,000 


4,533,200 


3,208,295,000 


Total . 


11 118000 


9554000 


8964990 


9641 900 


1 4 990 200 


$10,921,870,000 


South Atlantic 
Delaware $2,740 


180000 


114 500 


108030 


114300 


190000 


$ 136,579000 


Maryland . . 2,156 


1 040000 


775000 


716260 


781 300 


1 108800 


768,038 000 


District of Columbia 2,514 


195000 


162000 


221 500 


238200 


581 400 


225 462 000 


Virginia 1,660 


1 379000 


975000 


765 1 70 


934 700 


1 114 100 


840,390 000 


West Virginia 1,554 


607000 


514 500 


382 500 


499700 


478600 


277,348 000 


North Carolina 1,317 


1 571 000 


1 162 500 


811 440 


1 050800 


947800 


856 23? 000 


South Carolina 1,180 
Georgia 1,431 


831,000 
1 340000 


577,500 
1 019000 


423,090 
743320 


564,800 
949900 


452,300 
972 400 


427,722,000 
91 2 675 000 


Florida 1,836 


2,104,000 


1,381,000 


946,380 


1,171,900 


1,507,500 


1,311,594,000 


Total 

Eat North Central 
Ohio $2,255 


9,247,000 
3 863 000 


6,681,000 
2715000 


5,117,690 
2 561 850 


6,305,600 
2 709 000 


7,352,900 
3 663 100 


$ 5,756,040,000 
$ 2 536 289 000 


Indiana 2,010 


1 ,921 ,000 


1,354,000 


1,223,380 


1 '327,'000 


1 624,700 


1,083,657,000 


Illinois .. 2447 


3 55*5000 


2 800000 


2683 800 


2 899 700 


4 122 400 


2 904 674 000 


Michigan 2141 


3217000 


2255000 


2042 580 


2 1 86 300 


2 989 1 00 


1 776 675 000 


Wisconsin 1,920 


1,490,000 


1,154,000 


971,630 


1,084,400 


1 i359'700 


923,710,000 


Total 

Eatt South Contra 1 

Kentucky .... $1 372 


14.046,000 
1 131 000 


10,278,000 
800000 


9,483,240 
584 090 


10,206,400 
793 700 


13,759,000 
684 000 


$ 9,225,005,000 
$ 518705000 


Tennessee 1 333 


1 179000 


953 000 


689 480 


901 900 


953 100 


656 583 000 


Alabama 1 '324 


1 143 000 


853 000 


589 250 


792 100 


708 600 


605 1 84 000 


Mississippi . '953 


665,000 


511,000 


315,240 


512,500 


352,500 


238,548,000 


Total 
Wet North Contra! 
Minnesota $1850 


4,118,000 
1 468000 


3,117,000 
970000 


2,178,060 
805 170 


3,000,200 
930400 


2,698,200 
1 215 900 


$ 2,019,020,000 
$ 808 754 000 


Iowa 1*806 


1 236 000 


808 000 


734 600 


814 800 


1 025 TOO 


684 756 000 


Missouri 1*940 


1 605000 


1 266 000 


1 1 53 1 50 


1 292 900 


1 534 500 


1 076 829 000 


North Dakota 1^435 
South Dakota 1,531 
Nebraska 1 818 


334,000 
333,000 
676 000 


167,500 
186,500 
416 000 


115,540 
123,240 
349 200 


164,900 
192,600 
421 500 


166,700 
194,900 
513 800 


109,262,000 
143,776,000 
349 161 000 


Kansas . 1J87 


1,098,000 


649,000 


530,800 


656,000 


793,900 


565,184,000 


Total 

Wast South Central 

Arkansas $1 1 51 


6,750,000 
637 000 


4,463,000 
498 000 


3,811,700 
327 740 


4,473,100 
467000 


5,445,400 
356 600 


$ 3,737,722,000 
$ 283 956 000 


Louisiana . 1*566 


1 Q9Q 000 


830000 


630 570 


811 800 


884 300 


616304*000 


Oklahoma l'ei9 


1 098 000 


692 000 


525 1 70 


648 700 


777 900 


597 391 000 


Texas 1^91 


4,128,000 


2,584,000 


2,038,180 


2,553,180 


2,931 ,700 


2,905,741,000 


Total 

Mountain 

Montana $1 896 


6,959,000 
362000 


4,604,000 
192 000 


3,521,660 
120750 


4,480,680 
199 800 


4,950,500 
220 700 


$ 4,403,392,000 
$ 1 55 387 000 


Idaho 1 630 


350 000 


190000 


130940 


177 800 


198 500 


151 626000 


Wyoming 2 038 


185 000 


91 500 


52 270 


92 600 


112 700 


78 891 000 


Colorado 1 996 


849000 


488 500 


398 340 


490088 


654900 


530666000 


New Mexico 1 686 


402 000 


212 500 


156 1 50 


206 100 


229 900 


254 792 000 


Arizona. . 1 750 


523 000 


290 500 


254 950 


296 700 


321 500 


371 406000 


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377000 


222 500 


201 290 


227000 


304 200 


241 ,398,000 


Nevada 2,423 


153,000 


70,500 


57,000 


75,800 


93,800 


78,775,000 


Total 
Pacific 

Washington $2128 


3,201,000 
1 267000 


1,758,000 
850000 


1,371,690 
727990 


1,765,888 
868200 


2,136,200 
1 063300 


$ 1,862,941,000 
$ 703 264 000 


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416 911 000 


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Total 


9,184,000 


5,820,000 


5,316,140 


6,000,500 


8,144,600 


$ 5,440,547,000 


Grand Total 


68,398,000 


49,390,000 


42,400,050 


48,699,668 


63,620,900 


$46,513,281,000 



tSurvey of Current Business- August 1968. 
JDepartment of Commerce-Bureau of Public Roads. 
Edison Electric Institute and Electrical Merchandising. 



Nielson Coverage Service, Spring, 1958 Estimates. 

Copyright, 1958, A. C. Nielson Company. 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
Life Insurance Agency Management Association. 



AGRICULTURE 



STATE 
and 
SECTION 


*Cash Receipts From 
Farming, incl. Government 
Payments 


%of 
Land 
in 
Farms 


Number 
of 
Farms 


No. of Farms with 


Aver. 
Acre- 
age 
per 
Farm 


Average Value 
Land and 
Buildings 


Elec- 
tricity 


Tele- 
phone 


1956 


1957 


Per 

Farm 


Per 
Acre 


Now England 

Maine 


$ 202,847,000 
65,814,000 
112,585,000 
174,369,000 
22,904,000 
168,147,000 


$ 181,813,000 
67,955,000 
113,875,000 
175,405,000 
21,267,000 
164,985,000 


21.0 
29.7 
59.4 
33.0 
28.2 
40.6 


30,358 
13,391 
19,043 
22,220 
2,598 
15,615 


26,200 
12,696 
17,533 
20,365 
2,411 
14,425 


19,467 
10,055 
13,267 
17,319 
1,998 
13,081 


137.7 
128.0 
185.2 
74.7 
73.5 
81.5 

128.2 
69.5 
96.1 

114.3 
112.3 
45.2 
103,1 
100.9 
67.0 
85.2 
129.9 
290.1 

1052 
118.0 
158.6 
111.0 
137.8 

89.0 
80.0 
98.8 
824 

183.6 
168.7 
152.7 
630.0 
674.0 
4426 
370.0 

103.4 
90.2 
253.1 
438.5 

1,688.7 
328.3 
2,727.1 
8327 
2,0137 
3,833.7 
440.2 
1,195.7 

248.8 
339.8 
266.9 


$ 7,587 
8,921 
10,343 
13,683 
16,941 
20,011 

$11,847 
19,635 
10,349 

$12,569 
14,212 
48,871 
8,449 
5,852 
6,490 
5,648 
5,336 
15,081 

$14,575 
16,550 
28,357 
10,965 
12,220 

$ 7,192 
6,154 
4,624 
4,421 

$15,749 
27,566 
9,776 
18,014 
20,830 
25,960 
24,756 

$ 6,151 
7,011 
13,045 
20,269 

$27,660 
22,475 
33,252 
26,164 
26,837 
47,040 
19,433 
43,889 

$20,744 
19,963 
40,543 


$ 54.17 
72.85 
55.68 
189.54 
232.02 
247.77 

$ 91.62 
292.84 
106.97 

$114.11 
125.07 
3688.41 
82.02 
59,31 
98.65 
69.06 
43.28 
54.85 

$136.34 
136.90 
174.15 
98.52 
88.58 

$ 80.87 
77.26 
48.68 
55.42 

$ 84.46 
160.71 
6366 
28.86 
31.31 
57.62 
6580 

61. 00 
82.21 
51.42 
46.21 

$ 17JX) 
73.01 
13.75 

32.54 
16.10 
15.97 
48.38 
35.99 

$86.31 
[62.73 
161.35 


New Hampshire 


Vermont 


Massachusetts 


Rhode Island 
Connecticut 


Total 


$ 746,666,000 

$ 830,312,000 
332,399,000 
748,281,000 


$ 725,300,000 

$ 832,685,000 
327,972,000 
760,451,000 


31.0 

52.2 
35.8 
49.0 


103,225 

124,977 
24,838 
146,887 


93,630 

117,262 
23,281 
133,919 


75,187 

87,767 
17,829 
77,211 


MlddU Atlantic 

New York 


New Jersey 
Pennsylvania 


Total 


$ 1,910,992,000 

$ 115,561,000 
246,780,000 

467,063,000 
115,029,000 
960,808,000 
335,715,000 
663,641,000 
681,300,000 


$ 1,921,108,000 

$ 111,673,000 
246,594,000 

448,084,000 
110,829,000 
877,325,000 
338,624,000 
671,798,000 
642,853,000 


49.5 

67.2 
64.1 
3.2 
61.0 
53.3 
61.5 
61.2 
68.8 
47.5 


296,702 

7,448 
36,107 
28 
150,997 
81,434 
288,508 
139,364 
198,191 
56,921 


274,462 

6,112 
30,302 
18 
114,273 
59,141 
219,417 
95,025 
149,271 
40,535 


182,807 

4,990 
19,457 
17 
35,853 
21,724 
23,347 
11,901 
18.624 
10,253 


South Atlantic 

Delaware 


Maryland .... 


District of Columbia. . . 
Virginia 


West Virginia 


North Carolina 


South Carolina 


Georgia 


Florida 


Total 


$ 3,585,897,000 

% 1,028,076,000 
1,033,351,000 
1,956,294,000 
686,768,000 
1,028,391,000 


$ 3,447,780,000 

$ 1,021,204,000 
1,072,535,000 
1,959,840,000 
714,059,000 
1,063,505,000 


59.5 

799 
84.8 
86.5 
47.3 
66.3 


958,998 

199,359 
166,627 
195,268 
155,589 
168,561 


714,094 

185,681 
152,864 
169,645 
146,902 
156,382 


146,166 

119,721 
102,994 
127,618 
83,136 
99,821 


East No. Central 

Ohio 


Indiana 


Illinois 


Michigan 


Wisconsin 


Total 


$ 5,732,880,000 

$ 544,578,000 
479,209,000 
444,332,000 
566,875,000 


$ 5,831,143,000 

$ 577,236,000 
460,046,000 
428,568,000 
476,551,000 


71 5 

76.2 
69.3 
63.9 
685 


885,404 

218,476 
231,631 
211,512 
251,383 


811,474 

145,246 
165,541 
144,589 
140,695 


533,290 

45,808 
43,541 
17,442 
16.425 


Eatt So. Contra! 

Kentucky 


Tennessee 


Alabama 


Mississippi 


Total 


$ 2,034,994,000 

$ 1,302,054,000 
2,174,387,000 
1,017,511,000 
553,826,000 
500,778,000 
1,004,897,000 
835,644,000 


$ 1,942,401,000 

$ 1,301,055,000 
2,161,994,000 
1,020,042,000 
589,862,000 
578,590,000 
1,039,417,000 
954,225,000 


691 

64.2 
95.5 
79.3 
91.9 
91.4 
96.7 
92.5 


913.002 

179,101 
203,159 
230,045 
65,401 
66,452 
107,183 
131,394 


596,071 

150,755 
184,787 
159,165 
44,200 
45,898 
83,309 
97,668 


123,216 

107,359 
166,380 
106,673 
27,214 
37,221 
69,541 
89,760 


Wost No. Contra 1 

Minnesota 


Iowa 


Missouri 


North Dakota 
South Dakota . . 


Nebraska 
Kansas 


Total 


$ 7,389,097,000 

$ 633,435,000 
384,972,000 
509,250,000 
1,828,841,000 


$ 7,645,185,000 

$ 560,414,000 
348,902,000 
519,223,000 
2,027,552,000 


87.0 

56.0 
38.8 
81.5 
86.2 


982,735 

182,429 
124,181 
142,246 
331,567 


765.782 

121,916 
83,191 
93,315 
260,373 


604,148 

19,201 
14,364 
47,161 
79,080 


Wott So. Contral 

Arkansas 
Louisana 


Oklahoma 


Texas 


Total 


$ 3,356,498,000 

$ 375,024,000 
354,383,000 
129,081,000 
430,345,000 
187,984,000 
361,244,000 
150,661,000 
39,899,000 


$ 3,456,091,000 

$ 436,176,000 
374,687,000 
138,004,000 
511,960,000 
212,278,000 
378,304,000 
159,364,000 
40,852,000 


76.8 

63.5 
25.0 
55.1 
57.1 
61.1 
54.9 
20.1 
3.1 


780,423 

35,085 
40,284 
12,614 
45,578 
23,599 
10,412 
24,176 
148 


558,795 

26,335 
37,232 
9,432 
36,541 
14,037 
8,062 
21,602 
115 


159,806 

9,995 
22,264 
4,735 
27,048 
3,500 
4,408 
12,515 
39 


Mountain 

Montana 
Idaho 


Wyoming 


Colorado 


New Mexico 


Arizona 


Utah 


Nevada 


Total 


$ 2,028,621,000 

$ 532,356,000 
420,849,000 
2,813,263,000 


$ 2,251,625,000 

$ 589,183,000 
419,185,000 
2,805,841,000 


50.1 

40.6 
33.0 
36.5 


191,896 

69,820 
59,827 
137,168 


153,356 

64,599 
54,618 
124,613 


84,504 

40,166 
30,104 
78,720 


Pacific 

Washington 
Oregon 
California 


Total 


$ 5,795,089,000 


$ 3,814,209,000 


36.3 


266,815 


243,830 


148,990 


Grand Total 


$32,580,734,000 


$31,034,842,000 


62.6 


5,379,200 


4,211,494 


2,058,114 



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U. 8. Genius, I960 



New York, N. Y 7,891.967 

Brooklyn borough 2,788,175 

Manhattan borough 1,960,101 

Queens borough 1,650,849 

Bronx borough 1,461,277 

Richmond borough 191,665 

Chicago, 111 8,620,962 

Philadelphia, Pa 2,071,606 

Los Angeles, Calif 1,970,858 

Detroit, Mich 1,849,568 

Baltimore, Md 949.708 

Cleveland, Ohio 914,808 

St. Louis, Mo 866,796 

Washington. D. C 802,178 

Boston, Mass 801,444 

San Francisco, Calif 776,867 

Pittsburgh, Pa 676,806 

Milwaukee, Wis 687,892 

fHouston, Tex 596,168 

Buffalo, N. Y 680.182 

New Orleans, La 670,445 

Minneapolis, Minn 621,718 

Cincinnati, Ohio 508,998 

Seattle. Wash 467,691 

Kansas City. Mo 466,622 

Newark, N. J 488,776 

Dallas, Tex 484,462 

Indianapolis, Ind 427,178 

Denver, Colo 415,786 

tSan Antonio, Tex 408,442 

Memphis. Tenn 396,000 

Oakland. Calif 884,576 

Columbus, Ohio 875,901 

Portland, Ore 873,628 

Louisville, Ky 869,129 

tSan Diego, Calif 884,887 

Rochester, N. Y 882.488 

Atlanta, Ga 831,814 

Birmingham, Ala 826,037 

St. Paul, Minn 311,349 

Toledo, Ohio 303,616 

Jersey City, N. J 299,017 

fFort Worth, Tex 278,778 

Akron, Ohio 274,606 

Omaha. Neb 251,117 

tLong Beach, Calif 250,767 

Miami, Fla 249,276 

Providence, R. 1 248,674 

Honolulu, T. H 248,084 

Dayton, Ohio 248,872 

Oklahoma City, Okla 243,604 

Richmond. Va 230,810 

Syracuse. N. Y 220.588 

Norfolk, Va 213, 518 

Jacksonville, Fla 204,611 



Worcester, Mass 208,486 

Tulsa, Okla 182,740 

Salt Lake City, Utah 182,121 

Des Moines. Iowa 177,966 

Hartford, Conn 177.897 

Grand Rapids, Mich 176,516 

Nashville, Tenn 174,807 

Youngstown, Ohio 168,380 

Wichita, Kans 168,279 

New Haven, Conn 164,448 

Flint, Mich 168,148 

Springfield, Mass 162,899 

'Spokane, Wash 161,721 

Bridgeport, Conn 168,709 

Yonkers. N. Y 162,798 

Tacoma, Wash 148,678 

Paterson. N. J 139.886 

"Sacramento, Calif 187,672 

Albany. N. Y 184,995 

Charlotte. N. C 184,042 

Gary, Ind 138,911 

Fort Wayne, Ind 188.607 

tAustin, Tex 132,459 

Chattanooga. Tenn 181,041 

Erie, Pa 180,808 

El Paso, Tex 130,486 

Kansas City, Kans 129,663 

tMobile, Ala 129.009 

Trenton, N. J 128,009 

Shreveport, La 127,206 

t Baton Rouge, La 127,206 

Scranton, Pa 125,536 

Knoxville, Tenn 124,769 

Tampa, Fla, 124,681 

Camden. N. J 124,555 

Cambridge, Mass 120,740 

Savannah, Ga 119.688 

Canton, Ohio 116,912 

South Bend, Ind 115,911 

Berkeley. Calif 118,805 

Elizabeth, N. J 112,817 

Fall River, Mass 111.968 

Peoria, 111 111,856 

Wilmington, Del 110.856 

Reading, Pa 109,820 

New Bedford, Mass 109,189 

tCorpus Christi. Tex 108.287 

tPhoenix, Ari* 106,818 

Allentown, Pa 106,766 

* Montgomery, Ala. 106,625 

Duluth, Minn 104.611 

Waterbury, Conn 104,477 

Somerville, Mass 102,351 

Little Rock, Ark 102,218 

Utica, N. Y 101,681 



Population increase, 1940*1950. fover 50% ; *3S-49% ; 25-34%. 



CANADA 

Cities of over 60,000 population, Canadian Census, 1956 



Montreal, Que 1,109,439 

Toronto, Ont 667.706 

Vancouver, B. C 365,844 

Winnipeg, Man 255,093 

Hamilton, Ont 239,626 

Edmonton. Alberta 226,002 

Ottawa, Ont 222,129 

Calgary. Alberta 181,780 

Quebec, Que 170,703 

Windsor, Ont. 121,980 

London, Ont 101,698 

Halifax, N. S 98,301 



Regina, Saak 89,755 

Verdun, Que 78,262 

Saskatoon, Sask 72,858 

Kitchener, Ont 59,562 

Sherbrooke, Que 58,668 

Saint John's, Nwfld 57,078 

Victoria, B. C 54,684 

St. John, N. B 62,491 

Brantford, Ont 51,869 

Trois-Rivieres, Que 60,483 

Oshawa, Ont 50,412 



POPULATION 



POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES 

Continental United State* 150,097,361 
United States, including territories and possessions, 153,615,088 

(United States Census. 1950) 



Cities, towns and villages of the United States and Canada, arranged by states and provinces 
in alphabetical order and sub-divided into groups in each state and province according to the 
number of inhabitants, from 2,600 upward. The Census Bureau classes as urban those places 
which have a population of 2,500 or more. Places with less than 2,500 are classed as rural. 



ALABAMA 

2^00-^5,000 

Aliceville 8.170 

Bay Minette 8,782 

Boas 8,078 

Brundidge 2,605 

Cardona 8,147 

Childersburg 4,028 

Clanton 4,640 

Cordova 8,156 

Dallas Mills-East Side 2,768 

Elba 2,086 

Evergreen 8,454 

Fairfax 2.717 

Fairhope 8,864 

Fayette 8.707 

Florala 2,713 

Geneva 8.579 

Haley ville 8.881 

Hartselle 8,429 

Jackson 8,072 

Jacksonville 4,761 

Langdale 2,721 

Leeds 8,806 

Llpscomb 2,650 

Marion 2,822 

Merrimack 8,086 

Mignon 8,068 

Monroevtlle 2,772 

Northport 8,885 

Oakwood-Lincoln Mills 4,447 

Oneonta 2,802 

Piedmont 4,498 

Prattville 4,885 

Scottsboro 4,781 

Shawmnt 8,266 

Tallassee 4,225 

Union Springs 8,282 

Wetnmpka 8,818 

5,00010,000 

Albertville 6,897 

Alexander City 6,480 

Andalusia 9.162 

Athens 6,809 

Atmore 6.720 

Attalla 7,687 

Brewton 6,146 

Culhnan 7,528 

Demopolis 6,004 

Enterprise 7,288 

Eufaula 6,906 

Fort Payne 6,226 

Greenville 6,781 

Gunterville 5,268 

Jasper 8,689 

Lanett 7.484 

Mountain Brook City.... 8.859 

Opp 6,240 

Osark 6.288 

Boanoke 6,892 

Rusiell ville 6,012 

Sylacauga 9,606 

Tan-ant 7,671 

Troy 8,565 

Tnscumbia 6,784 



Tuskegee 6.712 

West Huntsville 8.221 

10,00025,000 

Auburn 12,989 

Decatur 19,974 

Dothan 21,684 

Fairfleld 18.177 

Florence 28,879 

Homewood 12,866 

Huntsville 16.487 

Opelika 12,296 

Phenix City 28,805 

Prichard 19.014 

Selma 22,840 

Sheffield 10.767 

Talladega 18.184 

25,00050,000 

Annlston 81,066 

Bessemer 28,445 

Tusccaloosa 46,896 

50,000 or More 
Gadaden 56,725 

100,000 or More 

Birmingham 826,087 

Mobile 129.009 

Montgomery 106,525 



ALASKA 

5,00010,000 

Fairbanks 5.771 

Juneau 5,956 

Ketchican 5,805 

10,00025,000 
Anchorage 1 1,254 



ARIZONA 

2,5005,000 

Avondale 2,506 

Bisbee 8,801 

Casa Grande 4,181 

Chandler 8,799 

Clifton 8.466 

Coolidge 4.806 

Eloy 8,580 

Kingman 8,842 

Miami 4,829 

Miller Valley 2,958 

Safford 8.756 

Sunnyslope 4.420 

Superior x 4.200 

Tolleson 8,042 

Warren 2,610 

West Yuma 4,741 

5,00010,000 

Ajo 5,817 

Douglas 9,442 



Flagstaff 7.668 

Glendale 8.179 

Globe 6.419 

Morenci 6,541 

Nogales 6,168 

Pasgua Village-El Rio.. 6,466 

Prescott 6,764 

Tempe 7,684 

Wakefleld 8,906 

Winslow 6,518 

Yuma 9.145 

10,00025,000 

Amphitheater 12.664 

Mesa 16,790 

25,00050,000 
Tucson 45,454 

100,000 or More 
Phoenix 106.818 



ARKANSAS 

2,5005,000 

Ashdown 2.788 

Bentonville 2.942 

Bradley Quarters 2.880 

Brinkley 4.178 

Clarendon 2.547 

Clarksville 4,848 

Crossett 4,619 

Cullendale 8,226 

DeQueen 8,016 

Dermott 8,601 

DeWitt 2,848 

Dumas 2.612 

Eudora 8.072 

Fordyce 8,754 

Hamburg 2,666 

Marianna 4,580 

Marked Tree 2,878 

McGehee 8,854 

Mena 4,445 

Monticello 4.501 

Nashville 8.648 

Paris 8,781 

Piggott 2.558 

Pocahontas 8,840 

Prescott 8,960 

Rogers 4,962 

Siloam Springs 8,270 

Stamps City 2,562 

Trumann 8,744 

Walnut Ridge City 8,106 

Warren 2,615 

Wynne 4.142 

5000 10,OOO 

Arkadelphia 6,819 

Bates ville 6,414 

Benton 6,277 

Conway 8.610 

Forrest City 7,607 

Harrison 6.642 

Hope 8.605 



xJUnd McNally estimate. 



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Magnolia 6,918 

Malvern 8,072 

Morrilton 6,488 

Newport 6,254 

Osceola 5,006 

Paragould 9,668 

Russellville 8,166 

Searcy 6,024 

Springdale 6,885 

Stuttgart 7,276 

Van Buren 6,418 

West Helena City 6.107 

West Memphis City .... 9,112 

10,00025,000 

Blytheville 16,284 

Camden 11,872 

El Dorado 28,076 

Fayetteville 17,071 

Helena 11,286 

Jonesboro 16,810 

Texarkana 15.876 

25,00050,000 

Fort Smith 47,942 

Hot Springs National 

Park 29.807 

North Little Rock 44,097 

Pine Bluff City 87,162 

100,000 or More 
Little Rock 102,218 



CALIFORNIA 

2,5005,000 

Alturas 2.819 

Arcata 8.729 

Ataacadera 3,448 

Atherton 8,680 

Atwater 2,866 

Auburn 4,658 

Avenal 8,982 

Beaumont 8,152 

Bishop 2,891 

Blythe 4.089 

Brea 8.208 

Carlsbad 4,388 

Carmel-by-the-Sea 4,351 

Carmichael 4,499 

Carpinteria 2.864 

Chico Vecina 8,967 

Chowchilla 8,893 

Chrisman 4,211 

Clovis 2,766 

Coachella 2,765 

Colusa 8,081 

Corcoran 8,150 

Corning 2,687 

Covina 8,966 

Davis 3,664 

Decota 2,880 

Dinuba 4,971 

El Paso de Roblcs City.. 4,836 

Emeryville 2,889 

Exeter 4,078 

Fairfax 4,078 

Fairfleld 8,118 

Fillmore 8,884 

Ford City 4,347 

Fort Bragg 8,826 

Freedam 2,766 

Garden Grove 8,762 

Gllroy 4,951 

Glendora 8,988 

Gridley 8,064 

Healdsburg 8,268 

Hemet 8,886 

Hillsborough 8,662 

Holllster 4,908 

La Habra 4,961 

Lamont 8,571 

Lancaster 8,694 

Larkspur 2,906 

La Sierra 8.802 

La Verne 4,198 

Livermore 4.864 

Los Banos 8,868 



Los Gatos 4,907 

Mantica 8,804 

Mulberry 2,646 

Needles 4,061 

Nevada City 2,605 

Newhall 2,627 

Novata 3,496 

Oakdale 4,064 

Ojai 2,519 

Olivehurst 3,688 

Paradise 4,426 

Placerville 8.749 

Port Huenexne City 8,024 

Red Bluff 4,906 

Reedley 4,185 

Rialto 8,156 

Riverbank 2,662 

Rupert 4,490 

Sausalito 4,828 

Seal Beach 8,568 

Sebastapol 2,601 

Shell Point 4.674 

Signal Hill 4,040 

South Taft 2,918 

Taft 3,707 

Vacaville 3,169 

Victorville 3,241 

Weed 2,789 

Westminster 3,131 

West Covina City 4,499 

West Riverside 3,798 

Westwood 8,618 

Willits 2,691 

Willows 8,019 

Woodlake 2,525 

Yreka 3,227 

5,000 10,OOO 

Arvin 6,007 

Banning 7,084 

Barstow 6,135 

Belmont 6,667 

Benicia 7.284 

Buena Park 6,483 

Calexico 6.483 

Chino 6,784 

Claremont 6,827 

Coalinga 5,639 

Concord 6,968 

Delano 8.717 

El Cajon 6,600 

El Monte 8,101 

El Segundo 8,011 

Escondido 6,644 

Grass Valley 6,288 

Huntington Beach 6,287 

Indio 5,800 

Laguna Beach 6,661 

Lindsay 6,060 

Lompoc 5,620 

Martinez 8,268 

Marysville 7,826 

(Br. of Huntington Park P.O.) 

Millbrae 8,972 

Mill Valley 7,331 

Mountain View 6,563 

North Modesto College 5,046 

North Sacramento 6,029 

Oroville 6,387 

Pacific Grove 9,628 

Palm Springs 7,660 

Pleasant Hills 6,686 

Porterville 6,904 

Roseville 8.723 

San Anselmo 9,188 

Sanger 6,400 

Selma 5,964 

Sierra Madre 7,278 

Sunnyvale 9,829 

Susanville 5,888 

Tracy 8,410 

Turlock 6,286 

Twin Lakes -Delmar 6,788 

Uhiah 6,120 

Upland 9,203 

Wasco 6.592 

Woodland 9,888 

Yuba City 7,861 



Population 

10,00025,000 

Albany ~~ 17,590 

(Branch of Berkeley P. O.) 

Alisal 16,714 

Anaheim 14,666 

Antioch 11.061 

Arcadia 23.066 

Azusa 11,042 

Bell 15,480 

Brawley 11,922 

Burlingame 19,886 

Chico 12,272 

Chula Vista 15,927 

Colton 14,465 

Corona 10,228 

Coronda City 12.700 

Costa Mesa 11,844 

Culver City 19,720 

Daly City 16,191 

El Centro 12,690 

El Cerrito 18,011 

Eureka 28,068 

Fontana X 13,695 

Fullerton 13,968 

Gardena 14.406 

Hanford 10,028 

Hawthorne 16,816 

Hayward 14,272 

Hermosa Beach 11,826 

La Mesa 10,946 

Lodi 13.798 

Lomita X 10,500 

Madera 10,497 

Manhattan Beach 17.830 

Maywood 13,?92 

Meno Park 18,587 

Merced 16,278 

Modesta 17,889 

Monrovia 20.186 

Montebello 21,786 

Monterey 16,205 

Monterey Park 20.895 

Napa 18,679 

National City 21,199 

Newport Beach 12.120 

Oceanside 12,881 

Oildale 16,615 

Ontario 22,872 

Orange 10.027 

Oxnard 21.567 

Petaluma 10.315 

Pico ... X 18.000 

Piedmont City 10,132 

Pittsburg 12.763 

Redding 10,256 

Redlands 18.429 

Rosemead X 15,000 

Salinas 18,917 

San Bruno 12,478 

San Buenaventura 16,584 

San Carlos 14,871 

San Fernando 12,992 

San Gabriel 20,848 

San Luis Obispo 14,180 

San Marino 11.280 

San Pablo 14,476 

San Rafael 13.848 

Santa Clara 11.702 

Santa Cruz 21,970 

Santa Maria 10,440 

Santa Paula 11,049 

Santa Rosa 17,902 

Seaside 10,226 

South Bakersfield 12,120 

South Pasadena 16,935 

South San Francisco.. 19,851 

Torrance 22,241 

Tulare 12,445 

Visalia 11,749 

Watsonville 11.572 

Whittier 28.820 

25,00050,000 

Altadena x 32,000 

Bakersfleld 34.784 

Baldwin Park x 27.600 

Bellflowr x 37,000 

Beverly Hills 29,082 

Compton 47.991 

East Bmkerefleld 38,177 



X Rand McNally estimate. 



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Directory of Newspapers and Periodicals, 1959 



Hnntinfftoft Pmrk . 29,460 

Inglewood 46,186 

Lynwood 25,828 

Palo Alto 26,475 

Pomona 35,405 

Redondo Beach 25,226 

Redwood City 26,644 

Riverside 46,764 

San Leandro 27,542 

San Mateo 41,782 

Santa Ana 46,588 

Santa Barbara 44,918 

Vallejo 26.088 

Ventura x 25,880 

50,OOO1OO,000 

Alameda 64,480 

Alhambra 61,869 

Burbank 78,577 

Downey x 80,000 

Fresno 91,669 

Glendale 96,702 

Norwalk x 70,000 

Richmond 99,646 

San Bernadino 68,058 

San Jose 96,280 

Santa Monica 71,595 

South Gate 61,116 

Stockton 70,858 

100,000 or More 

Berkeley 118,805 

Long Beach 250.767 

Los Angeles 1,970,358 

Oakland 384,676 

Pasadena 104,677 

Sacramento 137,672 

San Diego 334,887 

San Francisco 775,867 



COLORADO 

2,5005,000 

Brighton 4.836 

Cortex 2,680 

Craig 8,080 

Delta 4,097 

Derby 2,840 

Edgewater 2.680 

Florence 2,778 

Gunnison 2,770 

Ivywild 2,849 

Knob Hill 8.612 

Las Animas 8,223 

Leadville 4,081 

Littleton 8,378 

Manitou Springs 2,680 

Monte Vista 8,272 

Montrose 4,964 

Rocky Ford 4.087 

Salida 4,563 

South Boulder 8,807 

5,000 10,000 

Alamosa 6,854 

Canon City 6,345 

Durango 7,469 

Fort Morgan 6,815 

Golden 6,238 

La Junta 7,712 

Lamar 6,829 

Longmont 8,099 

Loveland 6,778 

Sterling 7,534 

Walsenburg 6,596 

10,00025,000 

Aurora 11,421 

Boulder 19,999 

Englewood 16,869 

Fort Collins 14,987 

Grand Junction 14,604 

Greeley 20,854 

Trinidad 12,204 

25,000 -50,000 
Colorado Springs 45.472 



50,000100,000 
Pueblo 68.685 

100,000 or More 
Denver 415,786 

CONNECTICUT 

2,5005.000 

Avon 8,171 

Branford 2,652 

Brooklyn 2,662 

Canton 8,618 

Colchester 8.007 

Coventry 4,085 

Cromwell 4,286 

Danielson 4,564 

Deep River 2,670 

East Haddam 2,564 

East Hampton 4,000 

East Lyroe 8,870 

East Windsor 4,869 

Ellington 8.099 

Essex 8,491 

Granby 2.693 

Haddam 2,686 

Jewett City 8,699 

Litchfleld 4,964 

Madison 8,078 

Middlebury 8,818 

Monroe 2,892 

Montvillo 4,766 

Moosup 2,909 

Mystic 2,266 

North Canaan 2,647 

Orange 8,032 

Ridgefleld 4,856 

Salisbury 8,132 

Simsbury 4,822 

Somers 2,631 

Southbury 8,828 

South Windsor 4.066 

Stafford Springs 8,890 

Suffleld 4,896 

Thomaston 4,896 

Wilton 4,568 

Wolcott 8,568 

Woodbridge 2.822 

Woodbury 2,664 

5,00010,000 

Berlin Town 7,470 

Bethel 5.104 

Bloomfleld 5,746 

Farmington 7,026 

Glastonbury 8,818 

Griswold 6,728 

Guilford 5,092 

New Canaan 8,001 

Newington 9,110 

New Milford 5.799 

New town 7,448 

North Haven 9,444 

Plainfleld 8,071 

Plainville 9,994 

Plymouth 6.771 

Portland 6,186 

Putnam 9,804 

Rockville 8,020 

Rocky Hill 6,108 

Seymour 7,882 

Stafford 6,471 

Thompson 6,686 

Thompsonville 9,688 

Trumbull 8,641 

Waterford 9,100 

Windsor Locks 6,211 

Winsted 8.729 

10,00025,000 

Ansonia 18,706 

Branford 10,044 

Darien 11,767 

Derby 10,260 

Enfleld 15,464 

East Haven 12,212 

Groton 21,896 



Killingly 10,016 

Mansfield 10,008 

Naugatuck 17.465 

Shelton 12,694 

Southington 13,061 

Stonington 11,801 

Vernon 10,115 

Wallingford 16.976 

Watertown 10.699 

Westport 11,667 

Wethersfleld 12,688 

Willimantie 18,666 

Winchester 10.636 

Windham 16,884 

Windsor 11,838 

25,000 50,000 

Bristol 85.961 

Danbury 80,887 

East Hartford 29.938 

Fairfleld 80,489 

Greenwich 40.885 

Hamden 29.715 

Manchester 84.116 

Meriden 44,088 

Middletown 29,711 

Milford 26.870 

New London 80,661 

Norwalk 49,460 

Norwich 87,688 

Stratford 88,428 

Torrington 27,820 

West Hartford 44,402 

(Branch of Hartford P.O.) 
West Haven 82,010 

(Br. of New Haven P.O.) 

50,000100,000 

New Britain 78,726 

Stamford 74,298 

100,000 or More 

Bridgeport 1 68.709 

Hartford 177.897 

New Haven 164.443 

Waterbury 104,477 



DELAWARE 

2,5005,000 

Laurel 2,700 

Lewes 2,904 

Seaford 8.087 

5,00010,000 

Dover 6.228 

Els mere 5,814 

Milford 5,170 

Newark 6,781 

New Castle 6,896 

100,000 or More 

Wilmington 110,356 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

100.000 or More 

Washington 802,178 



FLORIDA 

2,500 5,OOO 

Apalachicola 8,222 

Arcadia 4,764 

Auburndale 8,768 

Avon Park 4,612 

Bond-South City 4,611 

Boynton Beach 2,642 

Chipley 2,960 

Cocoa 4.245 

Dade City 8.806 

Dania 4,640 

De Funiak Springs 8.077 

Dunedin 8.200 

Euttis 4,006 

Fernandina 4,420 



xRaod McNaUy estimate. 



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Population 



Fort Meade 2,808 


100,000 or More 
Jacksonville 204,517 


Tifton 6 831 


Green Cove Springs .... 8,291 
Gulfport 8,702 


Toccoa ... . . 6781 


Miami 249,276 


Vidalia 5 819 


Hollandale 8.888 


Tampa 124 681 


Warner Robins 7 986 


Holly Hill 8,282 


GEORGIA 

2,5005,000 
Adel 2,776 
Alma 2.688 
Ashburn 2,918 

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10,000 25,000 

Americus 11 389 


Homestead 4,678 


Kiseimmee 4.810 


Live Oak 4,064 


Brunswick 17 954 


MadUon 8,150 


College Park City 14,636 
Dalton 16,968 
Decatur 21,686 
Dublin 10,282 
East Point 21.080 


Melbourne 4.228 
Mount Dora 8,028 
Ormond 8,418 
Pahokee 4,472 


Palmetto 4,108 
Perrine 2.869 
Perry 2,797 
Pinellas Park 2,924 


Baxley 8.409 
Blakely 8.284 
Buford 8,812 
Calhoun 3,231 


Gainesville 11,986 
Griffin 13,982 
Marietta 20,687 
Midway-Hardwick .... 14.774 

M/Mllf*-lA 1 1 ftQQ 


Port St. Joe 2,762 


Camilla 8,746 


Thsimoa villA 1 A A9 A 


Riviera Beach 4,066 


Canton 2,716 


\r |j_ a f_ oft f\AA 


Saint Cloud 8.001 


Chamblee City 8,445 


Waycross 18,899 


South Miami 4.809 
Starke 2 944 


Cochran 8,867 
Commerce 3,851 


25,000 50,000 

AlKnnv ftl IKK 


Stuart 2,912 


Cuthbert 4.026 


Tarpon Springs 4,823 


Dawson 4,411 


AtVkAita 98 IRft 


Titusville 2,604 


Dock Junction 4,160 


T fvoncpA 9K ft9K 


Vero Beach 4,746 


Donalsonville 2,669 


Rnm* 90 ftl K 


Wauchula . . 2 872 


Douglasville 3,400 


5O,000 100,OOO 

Augusta 71 508 


West Gate 8 803 


Eastman 8,697 


West Miami 4.048 


East Thomaston 8,082 
Eatonton 2,749 


Winter Garden 8,603 


Columbus 79 611 


5,000 10,000 

Bartow 8.694 
Belle Glade 7,219 


Experiment 4,265 


Macon 70 252 


Fair Oaks 8,131 


100.00O or More 

Atlanta 831.814 


Forest Park 2,653 


Forsyth 8,125 


Chattahoochee 8,473 
Crestview 6,008 


Hartwell 2,964 
Hawkinsville 3 342 


Savannah 119.688 


De Land 8.652 


Hazelhurst 2 687 


HAWAII 

2,5005,000 

Aiea 8 714 


Delray Beach 6,812 


Hogansville 8 769 


Raines City 6,630 


Jesup 4 605 


Jacksonville Beach 6,430 
Lake City 7,571 


Lafayette 4,884 


Lawrenceville 2 932 


Lake Wales 6,821 


Lyons 2 799 


Ewa 3 429 


Lee a burg 7,395 


Manchester 4 036 


Kaneoke 3 208 


Marianna 5,846 


Millen 3 449 


Kapaa . ... 3 177 


Miami Shores 6.086 


Monroe 4 542 


Lahaina 4 026 


Miami Springs 5,108 


Montezuma 2 921 


Lanai City 2,746 


New Smyrna Beach .... 5,775 
Opalocka 6,271 


Nashville 8 414 


Lihue Town 8,870 


Ocilla 2 697 


Paia .... 3 195 


Palatka 9.176 


Pelham 4 865 


Pearl City 2 668 


Plant City 9.280 


Perry 3 849 


Waialua Mill .. . . 2,602 


Pompano Beach 6.682 


Porterdale 8 207 


5,000 10,000 
Kahului 6 306 


Quincy 6,505 


Quitman 4 769 


Sebring 6,006 


Rockmart 8 821 


Winter Haven 8,605 


Rossville 3 892 


Kailua-Lanikai 7,740 


Winter Park 8,260 


Sandersville 4 480 


Wahiawa 8.869 


10,00025,000 

Bradentown 13,604 


Silvertown 8 887 


Wailuku 7,424 


Summerville 3 973 


Waipahu 7,169 


Swainsboro 4 300 


25,000 50,000 
Hilo 27,198 


Clearwater 15,681 
Coral Gables 19,837 


Sylvania 2.989 

Cxl\ro*tf 9 fi9R 


Fort Myers 18,196 
Fort Pierce 18,602 


Tallapoosa 2.826 


100,000 or More 
Honolulu 248,084 


Hialeah 19,676 


TVirtn Q ftOQ 


Hollywood 14,851 


Unionville-Phillipsburg 2.770 

\V OU Viirtcrtrkn S 802 




Lake Worth 11.777 


IDAHO 

2,500 5,000 
Alnmeda 4.694 


North Miami 10,734 




Ocala 11.741 


West Point 4 076 


Saint Augustine 13,655 
Sanford 11,985 
Sarasota 18.896 


Winder 4.604 


Warrington 13,570 

25,00050,000 
Daytona Beach 80,187 


5,000 10,000 
Bainbridge 7.562 
Cairo 5 677 


Buhl 2.870 
Emmett 8.067 
Gooding 8,099 


Carrollton 7.763 


Grangeville 2,644 


Fort Lauderdale 86,828 

Onim ja iritis Oft fi ft! 


Cartersville 7,270 
Cedartown 9,470 


Jerome 4,628 
Kellogg 4.913 


K__ Tir AM f oc 44Q 


Cordele 9,462 


Malad City 2.716 


T alrjtlarxl Qft ft R 1 


Covington 6,192 


Montpelier 2,682 


|_ | U-.,!. te 9fl9 


Douglas 7,428 


Mountain View 8.084 


(Branch of Miami P.O.) 
Panama City 25.814 


Elberton 6,772 


Orchards 4.494 


Fitzgerald 8,180 


Payette 4,032 


Pensacola 43.479 

*p_ i|_U_ __ _ _ 97 OO'T 


Fort Valley 6,820 
Hapeville 8,660 


Preston 4,046 
Rexburg 4,268 


West Palm Beach 48,162 

50,000 100.000 
Orlando 62 867 


Milledgeville 8 835 


Rupert 8.098 


Newnan 8,218 


St. Anthony 2.696 


North Atlanta .. . 6 930 


Salmon 2,648 


Statesboro 6,097 


Sandpoint 4.266 


Saint Petersburg 96,788 


Thomaston . * 6 680 


Wallace 3,140 







xRand Me Nail 7 estimate. 



13 



Directory of Newspapers and Periodicals, 1959 



Weiser 


8,961 




.... 2,985 


Mount Carmel 


8.782 


West Boise 


3 024 


North Riverside 


.... 8,280 


Murphysboro 


9,241 






O' Fallen 


.. . 8,022 


Naperville 


7,013 


5,00010,000 




Oglesby ........ 


. . 3,922 


Normal 


9,772 


Blackfoot 


6,180 


Oregon . . ..... 


. 3 206 


North Chicago 


8,628 


Burley . 


6,924 


Palatine 


.... 4 079 




8,761 






Paxton .. 


.... 8 795 




8,612 


1 0,000 -25,000 




Phoenix 


.... 8 606 


Pana 


6,178 


Caldwell 


10 487 


Pinckney ville 


3 299 


Paris 


9,460 


Coeur de Alene 


12 198 


Pittsfleld 


.... 3,564 




8,188 


Idaho Falls 


19 218 


River Grove ........ 


. 4,889 


Peoria Heights 


6,425 


Lewis ton 


12 985 


Robbins 


4 766 


Peru 


8,658 




10 693 


Rockdale Junction 


2 820 


Pontiac 


8,990 


Nampa 


16 185 


Rushville 


.... 2,682 


Princeton 


5,765 


Twin Falls 


17 600 


Sandwich 


.... 3,027 




6,887 






Shelbyville 


4 462 




5,686 


2500050,000 




Silvia . 


8 055 


River dale 


6,840 


Boise 


34 393 


South Beloit 


3 221 


Riverside 


9,153 


Pocatello 


26 181 


South Holland 


3 247 


Robinson 


6,407 






South \Vaukegan 


2 830 


Rochelle 


5,449 


- 




Sparta .. . 


3 576 


Rock Falls 


7,988 






Spring Valley 


4 916 


Saint Charles 


6,709 


ILLINOIS 




Staunton 


4 047 


Salem 


6,169 


_,. 




Steger 


4 358 


Savanna 


6,058 


2,5005 000 




Stickney 


8 817 




8,967 


Abingdon .. 


8 300 


Sullivan 


.... 8,470 


(Station of Argo P. 


0.) 


Aledo 


2919 


TUB cola 


2 960 


Sycamore 


6,912 


Alorton 


2 647 


Virden 


8,206 


Taylorville 


9,188 


Anna 


4 380 


Washington 


4.285 


Vandalia 


5,471 


Barrington 


4 209 


Waterloo .. . . 


2 821 


Venice 


6,226 




8 754 


Watseka 


4 235 


Villa Park 


8.821 


Brooklyn 


2 568 


Westchester 


.... 4,808 


Washington Park 


5,840 


Bushnell 


8 817 


West Chicago 


... 3,978 


Western Springs 


6,364 


Calumet Park 


2 500 


West Kankakee 


2 784 


Woodstock 


7,192 


Carlyle 


2 669 


Westmont 


3 402 


Zion 


8.950 


Carterville 


2 716 


Westville 


... 8,196 






Carthage 


3 214 


White Hall 


.... 8,082 


10,00025,000 




Casey 


2 734 


Wilmington .. 


3 354 


Blue Island 


17,622 


Chiilicothe 


2 767 


Zeigler 


2 516 


Brookfleld 


15.472 




3 545 






Cairo 


12,128 


Cottage Hills 


3 357 


K fiAik__i t\ nt\ 


Q 


Calumet City 


16,799 


Crystal Lake 
Deerfield 
Dundee 
Dwight 
Eldorado 
Farmington 
Forest Park 
Fulton 
Galena 
Galva 


4,832 
3,288 
8,137 
2.843 
4.500 
2,651 
8,117 
2,706 
4,648 

2fi fi 


Arlington Heights .... 
Batavia 
Beardstown 
Bellwood 
Belvidere 
Benton 
Bradley 
Broadview 
Carlinville 


.,, 8.768 
,,., 5.838 
.... 6.080 
.... 8.746 
,, 9.422 
.... 7,848 
5.699 
.... 6,196 
.... 5,116 


Canton 
Carbondale 
Centralia 
Chicago Heights 
Collinsville 
De Kalb 
Des Plaines 
Dixon 
Downers Grove 
East Moline 


11,927 
10.921 
13,863 
24,551 
11,862 
11,708 
14,994 
11,623 
11,886 
13.918 


Geneseo 
Georgetown 
Gibson City 
Gillespie 
Greenville 
Harvard 
Havana 
Highland 
Highwood 
Hillsboro 


4.325 
3,294 
8,029 
4,105 
4.069 
3,464 
4,379 
4,283 
3,813 
4.141 


Charleston 
Chester 
Clinton 
Crenecoeur 
Dolton 
Duquoin 
East Alton 
East Peoria 
(Branch of Peoria 
Edwardsville 


.... 5,574 
,, 9,164 
5,389 
.... 6,945 
.... 5.499 
, 5.568 
.... 7,147 
.... 7,290 
, , 8.698 
P. 0.) 
.... 8,776 


Elmhurst 
Elmwood Park 
Evergreen Park 
Forest Park 
Freeport 
Harrisburg 
Harvey 
Highland Park 
Jacksonville 
Kewanee 


21,273 
18,801 
10,681 
14,969 
22,467 
10,999 
20,683 
16.808 
20,387 
16,821 

1 9 (\f\9 


Johnston City 
Ken il worth 


4,479 
2 789 


Effingham 
Fair field 


,,, 6.892 

BK7A 


La Grange 
La Salle 


12,088 


Lemont 


2,757 


Flora 


.... 5,255 


Lincoln 


14.362 


Lewistown 
Lincoln wood 


2,630 
3 072 


Franklin Park 


8,889 

B1 SQ 


Macomb 
Marion 


10,592 
10.469 


Lockport 


4,955 


Glencoe 


.... 6.980 


Mattoon 


17,647 

m m ft ft 


Long Lake 
McLeansboro 
Marengo 
Markham . 


2,637 
8.008 
2.72K 
2 753 


Glen Ellyn 
Glenview 
Herrin 
Hinsdale 


.,,, 9,524 
.... 6,142 
9,831 
8 676 


Melrose Park 
Monmouth 
Mount Vernon 
Ottawa 


10,198 
16,600 
16,957 


Marseilles 
Marshall 
Mascoutah 
Midlothian 
Momence 
Montt'cello 


4.514 
2,960 
8,009 
8.216 
2,644 
2612 


Homewood 
Hoopeston 
Ingalls Park 
Jerseyville 
La Grange Park 
Lake Forest 


. 6,887 
, 6,992 
6.840 
.,. 6,792 
6,176 
7 819 


Park Ridge 
Pektn 
River Forest 
Skokie 
Sterling 
Streator 


16,602 
21,851 
10,823 
14,832 
12.817 
16,469 


Morrison 
Morton 
Morton Grove 
Mount Morris 


8,531 
8.693 
3,926 
2 709 


Lansing 
Lawrencerille 
Libertyville 
Litchfleld 


,., 8,682 
6.328 
6,426 
7 208 


Urbana 
West Frankfort 
Wheaton 
Wilmette 


22,884 
11,884 
11,688 
18,162 


Mount Prospect 


4 009 




9 817 


Winnetka 


12.106 


Mundelein 


3 139 


Loves Park City 


5 866 


Wood River 


10.190 


Newton 


2 780 




.. . 6,120 






Niles 


3 587 


Madison .. 


7 968 


25,000 50,000 




Nokomis 


2 544 


Mendota 


5 129 


Alton 


82,650 


Norridge 


3 428 


Metropolis 


6 098 


Belleville 


82 721 


Northbrook 


3 848 


Milton 


g 282 




84,163 


North Lake City .... 


4 86i 


Morris 


6 926 


Champaign 


89.568 















XRand McNally estimate. 



14 



Population 



Danville 87.864 


Green castle 6 888 


Evansdale . 3 571 


Elgin 44,228 


Greenfield . . . 6 159 


Forest City 2766 


Galesburg 81,426 


Greensburg 6,619 


Glenwood 4,664 


Granite City 29,466 


Hartford City 7 258 


Hampton 4 482 


Kankakee 25,866 


Highland 5 878 


Harlan 8 915 


Maywood 27,478 


Jasper 6 215 


Ha warden 2 625 


Molina 87.897 


Kendallville 8 119 


Humboldt 8 219 


Quincy 41.460 


Lebanon 7 881 


Independence 4 866 


Rock Island 48,710 


Linton 6 978 


Iowa Falls 4 900 


Waukegan 88.946 


Madison 7 506 


Jefferson . . 4 826 


50,000 100.000 
Aurora 50 676 


Martins ville 6,991 


Manchester 8,987 


Mount Vernon ... 6 150 


Maquoketa 4 807 


Noblesville 6 567 


Missouri Valley . 8 646 


Berwyn 51,280 


Plymouth 6,704 


Monticello 2,888 


Cicero 67,544 


Portland . . ... 7 064 


Nevada 8,768 


(Branch of Chicago P. O.) 
Decatur 66 269 


Princeton . . ..... . 7,678 


New Hampton 8 328 


Rushville . 6.761 


Onawa 8,498 


East St Louis 82,295 




Osage 8,486 


Evanston . 78 641 


Speedway 6,498 


Osceola 8,422 


Jolict 61 601 


Sullivan ... 5,423 


Pella 4,427 


Oak Park 63,529 


Tell City 6.785 


Rock Rapids 2,640 


Rockford . 92,927 


Tipton 6,633 


Sac City 8,170 


Springfield 81 628 


Warsaw 6,626 


Sheldon 4,001 


100,000 or More 
Chicago 8 620,962 


Whiting ... 9,669 


Sibley 2,659 


Winchester 6,467 


Tama 2,980 


10,00025,000 

Bedford 12.662 


Tipton 2 688 


Peoria 111,866 


Vinton 4,807 
Waukon 8 158 


INDIANA 

2,500 5,000 

Attica 8,862 
Aurora 4,780 
Austin 2,906 


Columbus 18,870 
Connersville 15.550 


Winterset 8,670 

5,OOO 10,OOO 
Algona . . .. 6,415 


Crawfords ville 12 851 


Elwood 11.862 


Frankfort 15.028 
Goshen 18,003 
Hobart 10,244 
Huntington 16,079 


Atlantic 6,480 
Bettendorf City 6,182 
Carroll 6,281 
Centerville . 7,625 


Batesville 8,194 
Bicknell 4,672 
Bremen 2,664 
Brookville 2,538 


Jeffersonville 14,686 
La Porte 17,882 
Logansport 21,081 
Newcastle 18,271 


Chariton 6.820 
Cherokee 7.705 
Clarinda City 5,086 
Creston 8,817 


Cambridge City 2,559 


Peru 18,808 


Decorah 6,060 


Charlestown 4,786 
Chesterton 8,176 
Columbia 4,746 


Shelbyville 11.784 
Valparaiso 12,028 
Vincennes 18,881 


Estherville 6,719 
Fairfleld 7,299 
Grinnell 6,828 


Danville 2.802 
Delphi 2.680 
Dunkirk 8,048 

TiMfrtKtirw R 9ft^ 


Washington 10,987 
West Lafayette 11,873 

25,000 50,000 

Anderson 46,820 
Bloomington 28,168 
Elkhart 86,646 
Kokomo 88 672 


Indianola City 5,145 
Knoxville 7,625 
Le Mars 6,844 
Marion 6,916 


Fairmount 2,646 
Garrett 4,291 
Gas City 8,787 
Greenwood 8,066 


Mount Pleasant City.... 5,848 
Oelwein 7,858 
Perry 6,174 
Red Oak 6,626 


Griffith Town 4,470 
Home Corner 8,950 
Huntingburg 4,056 
Jasonville 2,937 
Knox 8,034 


La Fayette 85,668 
Marion 80,081 
Michigan City 28,395 
Mishawaka 82,918 
New Albany 29 346 


Shenandoah 6,988 
Spencer 7,446 
Storm Lake 6,954 
Washington 6,902 
Waverly City 6.124 


Lawrenceburg 4,806 
Mitchell 8,245 


Richmond 89,689 

50,000100,000 
East Chicago 54,263 
Hammond 87,594 


Webster City 7.611 
West Des Moines City.. 5.615 

10,000 25,000 
Ames 22,898 
Boone 12,164 


Monticello 8 467 


Munster Town 4,753 
Nappanee 8,893 


North Manchester .... 8,977 
North Vemon 8,488 
Oakland City 8,589 


Muncie 68,479 
Terre Haute 64,214 

100,000 or More 
Evansville 128,686 
Fort Wayne 133,607 
Gary 188 911 


Cedar Falls 14,884 
Charles City 10.809 

Wti>+ A/Torliartn 14 OKI 


Paoli 2,675 
Petersburg 8,086 
Plainfleld 2,686 


Keokuk 16,144 
Marshalltown 19.821 
Muscatine 19,041 


Rensselaer 4,072 
Rochester 4,678 
Salem 3,271 
Scottsburg 2 953 


Indianapolis 427,178 
South Bend 116,911 


Newton 11,728 
Oskaloosa 11,124 

25,000 50.000 
Burlington 30 618 


Union City 8,572 


IOWA 

2,5005,000 

Albia 4,828 


West Terre Haute 8,367 


Council Bluffs 45 429 


5,00010,000 
Alexandria 6 147 


Clinton . .. . 80,879 


Dubunue . . 49 671 




Angola 6,081 


Anamosa 8,910 


Fort Dodge City 25,116 

Tsvnrn 97 919 


Auburn 5,879 


Audubon 2,808 


Mnann f {+w 97 QfiA 


Beech Grove City 5.685 


Belle Plain 8,056 


Ottumwa 83,681 


Bluffton 6,076 
Boonville 5 092 


Bloomfield 2,688 
Clarion 8.160 


50,000 100,000 
Cedar Rapids 72 296 


Brazil 8 484 


Clear Lake 4,977 


Clarksville 5 905 


C res co 8,688 


Davenport 74 549 


Clinton 6 462 




Sioux City 83 991 


Crown Point 5 889 


De Witt City 2,644 


Waterloo 65 198 


Decatur 7 271 


Eagle Grove 4,176 


100,000 or More 
Des Moines 177.965 


East Gary 6 635 


Eldora 3,107 


Franklin 7 816 


Emmetsburg 8,760 









xRand McNally estimate. 



15 



Directory of Newspapers and Periodicals, 1959 



KANSAS 

2,5005,000 

Anthony 2.792 

Augusta 4,488 

Baxter Springs 4,647 

Belleville 2,868 

Beloit 4.086 

Caney 2,876 

Cherry vale 2,962 

Clay Center 4,628 

Colby City 8.869 

Columbus 8.490 

Council Grove 2,722 

Ellinwood 2.669 

Ellis City 2,649 

Eureka 8.968 

Predonia 8,267 

Galena 4,029 

Garnett 2.693 

Goodland 4,690 

Herington 8,776 

Hiawatha 8,294 

Hoisington 4,012 

Holton 2.706 

Hugoton 2,781 

Kingman 8,200 

Lamed 4.447 

Lyons 4.646 

Maryville 8.866 

Neodesha 8.723 

Norton 8.060 

Osawatomie 4,847 

Paola 8,972 

Phillipsburg City 2,689 

Scott City 8.204 

Sunflower 8,884 

5,00010,000 

Abilene 6,776 

Concordia 7.175 

Hays 8,626 

lola 7.094 

Liberal City 7,134 

MsPherson 8,689 

Olathe City 6,693 

Overland Park X5,400 

Pratt 7,623 

Russell City 6,483 

Wellington 7,747 

10,000 25.OOO 

Arkansas City 12,903 

Atchison 12,792 

Chanute 10,109 

Coffeyville 17,113 

Dodge City 11,262 

Eldorado 11,037 

Emporia 16,669 

Port Srott 10,836 

Garden City 10.906 

Great Bend City 12.666 

Independence 11,836 

Junction City 18.462 

Lawrence 23.861 

Leavenworth 20,679 

Manhattan 19,066 

Newton 11,690 

Ottawa 10,081 

Parsons 14,760 

Pittsburg 19,841 

Winfleld City 10,264 

25.00050.000 

Hutchinson 88.676 

Salina 26.176 

50,000 lOO.OOO 
Topeka 78,791 

100,000 or More 

Kansas City 129.668 

Wichita 168.279 

KENTUCKY 

2,500^6,000 

Barbourville 2,926 

Bards town 4,164 

Berea City 8,872 



Campbellsville City 8,477 

Carrollton 8,226 

Catlettsburg 4.760 

Central City 4,110 

Cumberland 4,249 

Cynthiana 4,847 

Earlington 2,763 

Elsmere 8,483 

Erlanger 8,694 

Franklin 4.848 

Fulton 8,221 

Greenville City 2,661 

Hamilton Park 2,679 

Harlan City 4,786 

Irvine 8,259 

Lebanon 4,640 

London 3,426 

Monticello Town 2,934 

Morehead City 8,102 

Morganfield 8,257 

Nicholsville 8,406 

Paintsville City 4,809 

Park Hills Town 2.577 

Pineville 8.890 

Prestonburg City 8.586 

Providence 8,906 

Russellville 4.629 

Shelbyville 4,408 

South Fort Mitchell City 8.142 

The Meadows 8,742 

Versailles 2.760 

Williamsburg City 8,848 

5,000 10,000 

Belleville 9,040 

Corbin 7,744 

Danville 8,686 

Dayton 8,977 

Elizabethtown City 6,807 

Georgetown City 6,616 

Glasgow ,026 

Harrodsburg 262 

Hazard 986 

Henry Clay 104 

Jenkins ,921 

Ludlow 874 

Mayfield 8.990 

Maysville 8,682 

Mount Sterling 6,294 

Murray 6,035 

Paris 6,912 

Picadome 7,362 

Pikesville Town 6.164 

Princeton 6,888 

Somerset 7,097 

Winchester 9,228 



10.0OO 25,OOO 

Bowling Green 

Fort Thomas 

Frankfort 

Henderson 

Hopkinsville 

Madisonville 

Middlesboro 

Richmond City 



25,000 50,000 

Ashland 

Newport 

Owensboro 

Paducah 



18.847 
10,870 
11.916 
16.837 
12.526 
11.182 
14,482 
10,268 

81.181 
81.044 
88.651 
32.828 



50,000 100,000 

Covington 64.452 

Lexington City 66.634 

100,000 or More 
Louisville 369.129 



LOUISIANA 

2,500 6.00O 

Amite 2,804 

Arabi X 5,000 

Berwick 2.619 

Bunkie 4,666 

Church Point 2,897 

Daigleville 4,809 

De Quincy 8,887 



Donaldsonville 4,160 

Ferriday 8,847 

Golden Meadow 2.820 

Harrahan 8,894 

Haynesville 8.040 

Homer 4,749 

Jeanerette 4,692 

Jones boro 8,097 

Kaplan 4.662 

Lake Arthur 2,849 

Lake Providence 4,128 

Leesville 4,670 

Mansfield 4.440 

Maplewood 2,671 

Marksville 8,685 

New Roads 2,818 

Norco x 3,000 

Ponchatoula 4,090 

Port Allen 8,097 

Rayville 8,188 

Reserve 4.465 

St. Martinsville 4,614 

Slidell 8,464 

Springhill 8,888 

Vinton 2,697 

Winnsboro 8,666 

5,000 10,OOO 

Abbeville 9,888 

Covington 5,118 

De Ridder 5,799 

Eunice 8,184 

Franklin 6,144 

Goosport 8,818 

Hammond 8,010 

Jackson 6,772 

Jennings 9,668 

Kenner 6,586 

Minden 9,787 

Morgan City 9.759 

Natchitoches 9,914 

Oakdale 6.698 

Pineville 6,428 

Plaquemine 6,747 

Rayne 6.485 

Sulphur 6.996 

Tallulah 7,768 

Thibodaux 7.780 

Ville Platte 6,638 

Westwego 8,828 

Winnfleld 6.629 

10.000 25,000 

Bastrop 12,769 

Bogalusa 17,798 

Bossier City 16,470 

Crowley 12.784 

Gretna 13,818 

Houma 11,506 

New Iberia 16.467 

Opelousas 11,659 

Ruston 10,872 

West Monroe 10.802 

(Branch of Monroe P. O.) 

25,000 50,000 

Alexandria 84,918 

Lafayette 88,641 

Lake Charles 41,272 

Monroe 88.572 

100.0OO or More 

Baton Rouge 125.629 

New Orleans 670,445 

Shreveport 127,206 



MAINE 

2,5005.000 

Bar Harbor 8.864 

Bridgeton 2,960 

Bucksport 8,120 

Calais 4.689 

Camden 8.670 

Cape Elizabeth 8,816 

Dexter 4,126 

Dover-Foxcroft 4,218 

Eastport 8,128 

Eliot 2.609 

Ellsworth 8.986 



xRand McNally estimate. 



16 



Falmouth 4,842 

Farmington 4*677 

Freeport 8*280 

Gorham 4,742 

Hallowell 8.404 

Hampden 8,608 

Jay 8,102 

Kennebunk 4,278 

Lincoln 4,080 

Lisbon 4.818 

Livermore Falls 8,859 

Lubec 2,978 

Madawaska 4,900 

Madison 8,689 

Mexico 4,762 

Milo 2,898 

New Gloucester 2,628 

Norway 8,811 

Oakland 2.679 

Old Orchard Beacb 4.707 

Paris 4.858 

Pittsfleld 8,909 

Scarborough 4,600 

South Berwick 2.646 

Thomaston 2.810 

Top 8 ham 2.626 

Waldoboro 2,586 

Wilton 8.465 

Windham 8.484 

Winslow 4,418 

Winthrop 8,026 

Yarmouth 2,669 

York 8.256 

5,000 10,OOO 

Belfast 5,960 

Brewer 6,862 

Brunswick 7,842 

Caribou 9,928 

Falrfleld 5.811 

Fort Fairfleld 6,791 

(includ. Fort Fairfleld village) 

Fort Kent 6,848 

Gardiner 6,649 

Houlton 8,877 

Kittery 8,880 

Millinocket 6,890 

Old Town 8,261 

Orono 7,504 

Presque Isle 9,954 

(includ. Presque Isle village) 

Rockland 9,284 

Rumford 9,954 

Skowhegan 7,422 

Van Buren 6,094 

10,00025,000 

Auburn 28.184 

Augusta 20,918 

Bath 10,644 

Biddeford 20,836 

Brunswick 10,996 

Saco 10.824 

Sanford 16,177 

South Portland 21,866 

Waterville 18,287 

Westbrook 12,284 

25,000-- 50,000 

Banaror 81,658 

Lewiston 40,974 

50.000 100,000 
Portland 77,684 



MARYLAND 

2,5004,000 

Aberdeen 2,944 

Bel Air 2,678 

Blandensburg 2,899 

Brentwood 8,628 

Brunswick 8,762 

Capital Heights 2,729 

Chestertown 8,148 

Cheverly 8,818 

Crisfleld 8,688 

Eastern 4,886 

Eastport 4,694 

Laurel 4,482 

Pocomoke City 8.181 

Westernport 8,481 



5,00010,000 

Elkton 6,246 

Frostburg 6,876 

Greenbelt City 7,074 

Havre de Grace 7,809 

Lexington Park X 6,000 

Riverdale 6,680 

Rockville 6,984 

Westminster 6,140 

10,00025,000 

Annapolis 10,047 

Cambridge 10.861 

College Park 11,170 

Frederick 18,142 

Glen Burnie X 15,000 

Hyattsville 12,808 

Mount Rainier 10,989 

Salisbury 16,141 

Takoma Park 18,841 

25,00060,000 

Betheada 86,200 

Cumberland 87,679 

Eesex X 88,000 

Hagerstown 86,260 

Silver Spring 49,600 

Towson X 40,000 

50,000100,000 

Dundalk X 69,000 

100,000 or More 
Baltimore 949,708 



MASSACHUSETTS 

2,500 5,OOO 

Acton 8,610 

Acushnet 4.401 

Ashburnham 2,608 

Ashland 8,500 

Avon 2,666 

Barre 8,408 

Belchertown 4,487 

Bellingham 4,100 

Blackstone 4,968 

Bourne 4,720 

Burlington 8,250 

Charlton 8,186 

Cohasset 8.781 

Dalton 4.772 

Deerfield 8,086 

Dighton 2.950 

Douglas 2,624 

Duxbury 8.167 

East Bridgewater 4.412 

East Longmeadow 4,881 

Groton 2,889 

Hadley 2,689 

Hamilton 2.764 

Hanover 8.889 

Hanson 8,264 

Harvard 8.988 

Harwick 2,649 

Holbrook 4,004 

Holliston 8,768 

Hopedale 8.479 

Hopkinton 8.486 

Hull 8,879 

Hyannis 4,285 

Kinston 8,461 

Lancaster 8,601 

Lee 4,820 

Lenox 8,627 

Luxenburg 8,906 

Lynnfleld 8,927 

Manchester 2,868 

Marshfleld 8.267 

Medfield 4,549 

Medway 8,744 

Merrimac 2,804 

Millis 2,661 

Middleton 2,916 

Nahant 2.679 

Nantucket 8.484 

Norfolk 2,704 

Northborough 8,122 

North Brookfleld 8,444 

North Reading 4,402 

Norton 4,401 



Population 

Norwell 2,616 

Pembroke 2,679 

Pepperell 8,460 

Provincetown 8,795 

Rehoboth 8,700 

Rockport 4,281 

Ruthland 8,056 

Salisbury 2,695 

Sharon 4,847 

Shirley 4,271 

Southborough 2,760 

South Weymouth X 4,500 

(Ind. br. of Boston P. O.) 

Southwick 2,855 

Sturbridge 2,805 

Sudbury 2,596 

Sutton 8,102 

Templeton 4,757 

Townsend 2,817 

Upton 2,666 

Warren 8,406 

Wayland 4,407 

West Boylston 2,570 

West Bridgewater 4,059 

Westford 4,262 

Westminster 2,768 

Westport 4,989 

Wilbraham 4,008 

Yarmouth 8,297 

5,00010,000 

Abington 7,152 

(Ind. station of N. Abington) 

Auburn 8,840 

Ayer 6.740 

Bedford 6,284 

Bridgewater 9,512 

Canton 7,466 

Chelmsford 9.407 

Concord 8.628 

Dracut 8.666 

Dudley 5,261 

Easton 6.244 

Falmouth 8,662 

Foxboro 7,080 

Franklin 8,087 

Grafton 8,281 

Great Barrington 6,712 

Holden 6,976 

Hudson 8.211 

Ipswich 6.895 

Leicester 6,029 

Longmeadow 6.608 

Ludlow 8,660 

Mansfield 7.184 

Maynard 6,978 

Millbury 8.847 

Monson 6,125 

Montague 7.812 

North Andover 8,485 

North Billerica 7,988 

Orange 6,894 

Oxford 6,851 

Palmer 9,688 

Randolph 9.982 

Rockland 8,960 

Scituate 6,998 

Seekonk 6.104 

Somerset 8,666 

Spencer 7,027 

Swansea 6,121 

Tewksbury 7,506 

Uxbridge 7,007 

Walpole 9,109 

Ware 7,617 

Wareham 7,569 

Westboro 7,878 

Weston 6,026 

(Ind. br. of Boston P. O.) 

Westwood 6,887 

Whitman 8,418 

Williamstown 6,194 

Wilmington 7,089 

Winchendon 6,686 

Wrentham 6,841 

10,00025,000 

Adams 12,084 

Agawam 10,166 

Amesbury 10.851 



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Amherst 10.856 

Andover 12.487 

Athol 11.554 

Attleboro 28.809 

Barnstable 10.480 

Billerica 11.101 

Braintree 28.161 

(Ind. br. of Boston P. O.) 

Clinton 12.287 

Danvers 15.720 

Dartmouth 11.115 

Dedham 18.487 

Easthampton 10.694 

Fairhaven 12.764 

Gardner 19.581 

Greenfield 17,849 

Hingham 10,665 

Leominster 24.075 

Lexington 17.885 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Marblehead 18.765 

Marlboro 16,766 

Methuen 24,477 

(Br. of Lawrence P. O.) 

Middleborough 10,164 

Milford 16.442 

Milton 22.895 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Natick 19.888 

Needham 16,818 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Newburyport 14.111 

North Adams 21.667 

North Attleboro 12.146 

Northbridge 10,476 

Norwood 16,636 

Peabody 22,646 

Plymouth 18.608 

Reading 14.006 

Saugus 17,162 

(Ind. br. of Lynn P. O.) 

Shrewsbury 10.694 

Southbridge 17,519 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

South Hadley 10.145 

Stoneham 18.229 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Stoughton 11.146 

Swampscott 11,580 

Wakefield 19.638 

Webster 18.194 

Wellesley 20.549 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Westfleld 20.962 

West Springfield 20,438 

Winchester 16,609 

Winthrop 19.496 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 
Woburn 20.492 

25.00050,000 
Arlington 44,858 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 
Belmont 27,381 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Beverly 28,884 

Chelsea 88.912 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Chicopee 49,211 

Everett 45,982 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Fitchburg 42,691 

Framingham 28,086 

Gloucester 26.167 

Haverhill 47 280 

Melrose 26.988 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Northampton 29.068 

Revere 86.768 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Salem 41,880 

Taunton 40,109 

Waltham 47,187 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 
Watertown 87.829 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 
Weymouth 32.690 



50,000100,000 

Broekton 62.860 

Brookline 57,689 

Holyoke 54,661 

Lawrence 80.586 

Lowell City 97,249 

Lynn 99.788 

Maiden 59.804 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 
Medford 66.118 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 
Newton 81.994 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Pittsfield 68.848 

Quincy 88.886 

(Ind. br. of Boston P. O.) 

100,000 or More 

Boston 801.444 

Cambridge 120.740 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Fall River 111.968 

New Bedford 109.189 

Somerville 102,86 1 

(Branch of Boston P. O.) 

Springfield 162,399 

Worcester 203,486 



MICHIGAN 

2.5OO 5.0OO 

Algonac 2.639 

Allegan 4,801 

Bad Axe 2,973 

fielding 4,486 

Bessemer 8.509 

Boyne City 8,028 

Caro 8,464 

Charlevoix City 2,695 

Chelsea Village 2.680 

Durand 8,194 

Eastlawn 4.127 

Eaton Rapids 8.609 

Essexville City 8.167 

Fair Plain 4.184 

Fenton 4.226 

Fremont 8,056 

Gladstone 4.831 

Grand Ledge 4.506 

Holly Village 2,668 

Houghton 8,829 

Howell 4,358 

Hudson City 2,773 

Huntington Woods 4.949 

Iron River 4.048 

Laurium 3,211 

Marine City 4,270 

Marysville 2,684 

Mason 3,514 

Michigan Center 3,012 

Milan Village 2,768 

Montmorency 4,096 

Mount Morris City 2,890 

Munising 4,839 

Newberry 2,802 

Northville 8,240 

Norway 3,268 

Otsego 8.990 

Plainwell 2.767 

Pleasant Ridge 8,694 

Portland Village 2,807 

Rochester 4,279 

Rogers City 8.878 

Romeo 2,986 

St. Clair 4,098 

St. Ignace 2,946 

St. Johns 4,954 

St. Louis 8,847 

Tecumseh 4,020 

Vandercook 8,190 

Vassar 2,680 

Virginia Park 2,747 

Wakefield 8,844 

Walled Lake 2.788 

Zeeland 8.075 

5,00010,000 

Alma 8.341 



Benton Heights 6,160 

Big Rapids 6,786 

Buchanan 5,224 

Center Line 7,659 

Charlotte 6.606 

Cheboygan 6,687 

Clawson 6,196 

Coldwater 8,694 

Dowagiac 6,542 

Drayton Plains X6.000 

East Grand Rapids 6.408 

Garden City 9,012 

Grand Haven 9,536 

Greenville 6,668 

Grosse He x 6,200 

Grosse Pointe 6,288 

Grosse Pointe Farms.... 9,410 

Hancock 5,228 

Hastings 6,096 

Hillsdale 7,297 

lona 6,412 

Iron Mountain City 9.679 

Ishpeming 8,962 

Kingsford 5,038 

Lapeer 6,143 

Ludington 9,506 

Manistee 8.642 

Maniatique 6,086 

Marshall 6,777 

Melvindale City 9,488 

Negaunee 6,472 

Oak Park 5.267 

Petoskey 6,468 

Plymouth 6,637 

South Haven City 5,629 

Sturgis 7,786 

Three Rivers 6,786 

Trenton 6,222 

Wayne 9,409 

10,00025,000 

Adrian 18,398 

Albion City 10,406 

Allen Park 12,829 

Alpena 13,136 

Benton Harbor 18,769 

Berkley City 17,981 

Birmingham 15,467 

Cadillac City 10,425 

East Detroit 21,461 

East Lansing 20,825 

Ecorse 17,948 

Escanaba 16,170 

Grosse Pointe Park.... 13,076 
Grosse Pointe Woods.. 10,381 

Hazel Park City 17.770 

Holland 16,858 

Inkster 16,728 

Ironwood 11,466 

Livonia 17,534 

Marquette 17,202 

Menominee 11,151 

Midland 14,285 

Monroe 21,467 

Mount Clemens 17,027 

Mount Pleasant 11,398 

Muskegon Heights .... 18,828 
(Ind. br. of Muskegon P. O.) 

Niles 18,146 

OWOBSO 16,948 

River Rouge 20,549 

(Branch of Detroit P. O.) 

Roseville 15,816 

St. Clair Shores 19,828 

Saint Joseph City 10,228 

Sault Ste. Marie 17.912 

Traverse City 16,974 

Willow Run 11,865 

Ypsilanti 18,802 

25,00050,000 

Ann Arbor 48.251 

Battle Creek 48,666 

Ferndale City 29,676 

Hamtramek 48,855 

(Branch of Detroit P. O.) 

Highland Park 46.893 

Lincoln Park 29,810 

Muskegon 48.429 



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Port Huron 85,725 

Royal Oak 46,898 

Wyandotte 86,846 

50,000100,000 

Bay City 62,628 

Dearborn 94,994 

Jackson City 51,088 

Kalamazoo 57,704 

Lansing 92,129 

Pontiac 78,681 

Saginaw 92,918 

100,000 or More 

Detroit 1,849,568 

Flint 168,148 

Grand Rapids 176,516 



MINNESOTA 

2,5005,000 

Bayport 2,602 

Benson 8,898 

Blue Earth 8,843 

Breckenridge 8,623 

Brooklyn Center 4.284 

Cambridge 2,978 

Crosby 2,777 

Falcon Heights 3,884 

Fridley 3,796 

Glencoe 2,801 

Glenwood 2,666 

Granite Falls 2,511 

Hutchinson 4,690 

Jackson 8,313 

Lake City 3,457 

Le Sueur 2,713 

Litchfield 4,608 

Luverne 3,650 

Morris 8,811 

North Mankato 4,788 

(Station of Mankato P. O.) 

North Saint Paul 4,248 

Ortonville 2,577 

Park Rapids 8,027 

Proctor 2,698 

Redwood Falls 8,818 

St. James 8,861 

Sauk Center 8,140 

Sauk Rapids 8,410 

Shakopee 8,185 

Sleepy Eye 3,278 

Springfield 2.574 

Staples 2,782 

Tracy 8,020 

Two Harbors 4,400 

Wadena 8,958 

Waseca 4,927 

White Bear Lake 8,646 

Windom 8,166 

5,000 10,OOO 

Alexandria 6,319 

Anoka 7.896 

Chrisholm 6,861 

Cloquet 7,686 

Columbia Heights 8.176 

(Branch of Minneapolis P. O.) 

Crooks ton 7,862 

Crystal 6,718 

Detroit Lakes 6,787 

East Grand Forks 6,049 

Edina 9,744 

Ely 6.474 

Eveleth 6,872 

Fairmont 8,198 

Golden Valley Village.. 6,651 

Grand Rapids 6,019 

Hastings 6.660 

Hopkins 7,695 

Internationa] Falls 6,269 

Little Falls 6,717 

Marshall 6,928 

Montevideo 6,469 

New Ulm 9,848 

Northfleld 7,487 

Pipestone 6,269 

Roseville 6.487 

XRand McNsfly estimate. 



St. Peter 7,764 

Stillwater 7.674 

Thief River Falls 6.926 

West St. Paul 7,955 

(P. O. South St. Paul) 

Willmar 9,410 

Worthington 7,928 

10,000 25,OOO 

Albert Lea 18,645 

Austin 23,100 

Bemidji 10,001 

Brainerd 12,687 

Faribault 16,028 

Fergus Falls 12,917 

Hibbing 16,276 

Mankato 18,809 

Moorhead 14,870 

Owatoona 10,191 

Red Wing 10,645 

Richfield 17,602 

Robbinsdale 11,289 

St. Louis Park 22,644 

South St. Paul 15,909 

Virginia 12,486 

25,000 50,000 

Rochester 29,886 

Saint Cloud 28,410 

Winona 26,031 

100,000 or More 

Duluth 104,611 

Minneapolis 521,718 

Saint Paul 811,349 



MISSISSIPPI 

2.5OO 5.OOO 

Amory 4,990 

Bay Saint Louis 4,621 

Belzoni 4,071 

Booneville 8,296 

Charleston 2,629 

Crystal Springs 3,676 

Ellisville 8,579 

Forest 2,874 

Hazlehurst 3,397 

Holly Springs 8,276 

Indianola 4,869 

Leland 4,736 

Lexington 8,198 

Long Beach 2,703 

Moss Point 3,782 

New Albany 8.680 

Newton 2,912 

Ocean Springs 8,068 

Oxford 8,966 

Pass Christian 8,383 

Philadelphia 4,472 

Port Gibson 2,920 

Water Valley 3,218 

Waynesboro 8,442 

Winona 8,441 

5,00010,000 

Aberdeen 5,290 

Brookhaven 7,801 

Canton 7,048 

Cleveland 6,747 

Columbia 6.124 

Corinth 9,786 

Grenada 7,888 

Kosciusko 6,768 

Louisville 6,282 

Picayune 6,707 

Starkville 7,107 

West Point 6,482 

Yaioo City 9,746 

10,00025,000 

Clarksdale 16,589 

Columbus 17,172 

Greenwood 18,061 

Gulfport 22,649 

McComb 10,401 

Natches 22,740 

Pascagoula 10,805 

Tupelo 11,527 



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Population 

25,00060,000 

Biloxl 87,426 

Greenville 29,986 

Hattiesburg 29,474 

Laurel 25,088 

Meridian 42,898 

Vicksburg 27,948 



Jackson 



50,000 or More 



98,271 



MISSOURI 



2,5006,000 

Aurora 4,168 

Bethany 2,714 

Bolivar 8,482 

Bonne Terre 8,688 

Breckenridge Hills 4,068 

Butler 8,888 

California 2,627 

Cameron 8,670 

Carrollton 4,880 

Chaffee 8.184 

Crystal City 8.499 

Dexter 4.624 

East Prairie 8,088 

Eldon 2,766 

Eldorado Spring! 2,618 

Farmington 4,490 

Fayette 8.144 

Florissant 8,787 

Fredericktown 8,696 

Glendale 4.980 

Harrisonville 2,580 

Hayti 8.802 

Hermann 2,628 

Higginsville 8,428 

Hillsdale 2,902 

Jackson 8,707 

Lamar 8,288 

Lees Summit 2,554 

Liberty 4,709 

Louisiana 4,889 

Macon 4,152 

Maiden 8,896 

Marceline 8,172 

Monett 4,771 

Mountain Grove 8,106 

New Madrid 2,726 

North Kansas City 8,886 

(Br. of Kansas City P. O.) 

Pagedale 8.866 

Perryville 4,591 

Portageville 2,662 

Richmond 4,299 

Rock Hill 8,847 

St. Ann 4,557 

Sainte Genevieve 8,992 

Salem 8,611 

Shrewsbury 8,882 

Slater 2,886 

Sullivan 8,019 

Union 2,917 

Valley Park 2,966 

Vandalia 2,624 

Westplains 4,918 

5,000 10,OOO 

Affton X 8,000 

Berkeley 5,268 

Boonville 6,686 

Brentwood 7,604 

Brookfleld 5,810 

Caruthenvllle 8,614 

Charleston 6,601 

Chillicothe 8,694 

Clinton 6,075 

De Sota 6,857 

Excelsior Springs 5,888 

Fainnount X9.000 

(Br. of Kansas City P. O.) 

Festus 6,19* 

Flat River 5,808 

Kennett 8,686 

Kinlock 5,967 

Ladue 6,886 

Lebanon 6,808 

Lexington 5,074 

Marshall 8,850 



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Maryvllle 6.884 

Neosho 6,790 

Nevada 8.009 

Pine Lawn 6,426 

Holla 9,364 

Trenton 6,157 

Warrensburg 6,867 

Washington 6,860 

Webb City 6,919 

Wellston 9.896 

10,00025,000 

Gape Girardeau 21,678 

Carthage 11,188 

Clayton 16,086 

(Ind. br. of St. Louis P. O.) 

Ferguson 11,678 

Fulton 10,062 

Hannibal 20,444 

Jennings 16,282 

Kirks ville 11,110 

Kirkwood 18,640 

(Ind. br. of St. Louis P. O.) 
Maplewood 18,416 

(Branch of St. Louis P. O.) 

Mexico 11,628 

Moberly 18,116 

Overland 11,666 

Poplar Bluff 16,064 

Richmond Heights .... 16,046 

Saint Charles 14,814 

Sedalia 20,864 

Sikeston 11.640 

Webster Groves 28,890 

(Ind. br. of St. Louis P. O.) 

25,00050,000 

Columbia 81,974 

Independence 86,968 

Jefferson City 26,099 

Joplin 88,711 

University City 89,892 

50,000100,000 

Saint Joseph 78,688 

Springfield 66,781 

100,000 or More 

Kansas City 466,622 

Saint Louis 866.796 



MONTANA 

2,5005,000 

Cut Bank 8,721 

Deer Lodge 8,779 

Dillon 8.268 

Glasgow 8.821 

Hamilton 2,678 

Laurel 8,668 

Red Lodge 2,780 

Roundup 2,866 

Shelby 8.068 

Sidney 8.987 

Whiteflsh 8,268 

Wolf Point 2.667 

5,00010,000 

Glendive 6,264 

Havre 8,088 

Kalispell 9,787 

Lewistown 6,678 

Livingston 7,688 

Miles City 9,248 

10,OOO 25,000 

Anaconda 11,264 

Bozeman 11,826 

Helena 17,681 

Missoula 22,486 

25,000 50,000 

Billings 81,884 

Butte 88,261 

Great Falls 89.214 



NEBRASKA 

2,5005,000 

Auburn 8,422 

Bellevue 8,868 

Blair 8,816 



Broken Bow 8,896 

Chadron 4,887 

Crete 8,692 

Cozad 2,910 

Gering 8,842 

Gothenburg 2,977 

Holdrege 4.881 

Huskerville 2.717 

Ogallala 8.466 

O'Neill 8,027 

Plattsmouth 4,874 

Schuyler 2,888 

Seward 8,164 

Sidney 4,912 

Superior 8,227 

Valentine 2,700 

Wahoo 8.128 

Wayne 8.696 

West Point 2.668 

5,00010,000 

Alliance 7.891 

Columbus 8,884 

Fairbury 6.896 

Falls City 6,208 

Lexington 6,068 

McCook 7,678 

Nebraska City 6.872 

South Sioux City 6,667 

York 6,178 

10,00025,000 

Beatrice 11,818 

Fremont 14,762 

Grand Island 22,682 

Hastings 20,211 

Kearney 12.116 

Norfolk 11.886 

North Platte 16,488 

Scottsbluff 12.868 

50,000 10O f OOO 
Lincoln .. 98.884 

100.00O or More 
Omaha 261,117 



NEVADA 

2,5005,000 

Boulder 8,908 

Carson City 8,082 

Ely 8,668 

Henderson 8,648 

North Las Vegas 8,876 

Winnemucca 2,847 

5,00010,000 

Elko 6,898 

Sparks 8,208 

10,00025,000 
Las Vegas 24,624 

25,00060,000 
Reno 82,497 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 

2,5005,000 

Conway 4,109 

Durham 4,770 

Farmfngton 8,464 

Gorham 2,689 

Hampton 2,847 

Haverhill 8.867 

Hooksett 2,792 

Hudson 4.188 

Jaffrey 2.911 

Lancaster 8.118 

Littleton 4.817 

Milford 4.169 

Newmarket 2,709 

Northumberland 2,779 

Pembroke 8,094 

Peterboro 2,666 

Plymouth 8.089 

Salem 4,806 

Swanzey 2,806 

Walpole 2,686 

Wolfeboro 2,681 



5,00010,000 

Derry 6,826 

Exeter 6.664 

Franklin 6.662 

Goffstown 6,688 

Hanover 6.269 

Lebanon 8,496 

Newport 6.181 

Somersworth 6,927 

10,00025,000 

Berlin 16.618 

Claremont 12.811 

Dover 16,874 

Keene 16,688 

Laconia 14,476 

Portsmouth 18,880 

Rochester 18,776 

25,00060,000 

Concord 27,988 

Nashua 84,669 

50.000 100,000 
Manchester 82,782 



NEW JERSEY 

2,5004,000 

Atlantic Highlands 8,088 

Barrington 2,661 

Belmar 4,686 

Bernardsville 8,966 

Beverly 8,084 

Bloomingdale 8,261 

Bradley Beach 8,911 

Duena 2,640 

Butler 4,060 

Cape May 8,607 

Clayton 8,028 

Clcmenton 8,191 

Closter 8,876 

Cresskill 8,684 

East Keansburg 2,696 

Eatontown 8.044 

Edgewater 8,962 

Egg Harbor City 8,888 

Fair Haven 8,660 

Fan wood 8.228 

Flemington 8.068 

Franklin 8.864 

Garwood 4.622 

Gibbstown 2,646 

HacketUtown 8,894 

Highlands 2.969 

Hightstown 8.712 

Hillsdale 4.127 

Kenilworth 4.922 

Lambertville 4,477 

Lincoln Park 8,876 

Lindenwold 8,479 

Little Ferry 4.966 

Little Silver 2,696 

Manasquan 8,178 

Margate City 4,711 

Matawan 8,789 

Merchantville 4.188 

(Ind. br. of Camden P. O.) 

Milltown 8,786 

Morris Plains 2.707 

Mountain Lakes 2.808 

Mountain View X2.600 

Mount Ephraim 4,449 

Neptune 8,078 

New Market X8,600 

New Providence 8,880 

Northfleld 8,498 

North Haledon 8,660 

North Wildwood 8,168 

Oaklyn 4.889 

(Br. of Camden P. O.) 

Ocean Grove 8.806 

Oradell 8.666 

Park Ridge 8,189 

Parsippany X8.000 

Pennsanken 2,900 

Pine Hill 2,646 

Point Pleasant 4,009 

Point Pleasant Beach.... 2,900 



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Pompton Lakes 4,654 

Ramsey 4.670 

Riverton 2,761 

Rockaway 3,812 

Rumson 4,044 

Runnemede 4,217 

South Bound Brook .... 2,906 

Toms River 2,617 

Union Beach 8,636 

Waldwick 3,968 

Wanamassa 2,612 

Wanaque 4.222 

Washington 4,802 

West Caldwell 4,666 

West Long Branch 2,739 

West Paterson 8,931 

Westville 4,731 

Wharton 8.868 

Willtamstown 2,632 

Woodlynne 2,776 

5,000 10,000 

Audubon 9,581 

(Branch of Camden P. O.) 

Bellmawr 6,213 

Bogota 7,662 

(Ind. br. of Hackensack P.O.) 

Boonton 7,163 

Bordentown 5,497 

Bound Brook 8,374 

Caldwell 6,270 

Carlstadt 5,691 

(Ind. br. of Rutherford P. O.) 

Chatham 7,891 

Denville X 8,400 

Dunellen 6,291 

East Rutherford 7,438 

Fairview 8,661 

Florence 6,786 

Fords x 6,000 

Freehold 7,550 

Glassboro 6,867 

Glen Ridge 7,620 

Glen Rock 7,145 

(Branch of Ridgewood P. O.) 

Guttenberg 6,566 

Haddon Heights 7,287 

Haledon 6,204 

Hammonton 8,411 

Hasbrouck Heights .... 9.181 
(Ind. br. of Hackensack P.O.) 

Highland Park 9,721 

(Br. of New Brunswick P. O.) 

Keansburg 5,559 

Keyport 5,888 

Lakewood 9,970 

Leonia 7,378 

(Ind. br. of Hackensack P.O.) 

Little Falls X7.500 

Manville 8,597 

Maywood 8,667 

Metuchen 9,879 

Middlesex 6,943 

Midland Park 6,164 

Mount Holly 8,206 

New Milford 6,006 

Newton 5,781 

Ocean City 6.040 

Oceanport 7,588 

Palisades Park 9,686 

Palmyra 6,802 

Paramus 6,268 

Paulsboro 7.842 

Penns Grove 6,669 

Pitman 6.960 

Prospect Park 6,242 

Raritan 6,181 

Ridgefleld 8,312 

River Edge 9,204 

Riverside 7,199 

Rochelle Park X 5,200 

Salem 9.050 

Scotch Plains X7.000 

Secaucus 9.760 

(Ind. br. of W. N. York P. O.) 

South Amboy 8,422 

South Plainfleld 8.008 

Tenafly 9,661 

Totowa 6,046 



Ventnor 8,168 

Vineland 8,156 

Wallington 8,910 

(Branch of Passaic P. O.) 

Westwood 6,766 

Wildwood 5,476 

Wood Ridge 6,283 

(Br. of Rutherford P. O.) 

10,000 25,000 

Asbury Park 17,094 

Bergenfteld 17.647 

Bridgeton 18,378 

Burlington 12,061 

Carteret 18,030 

Cliffside Park 17,116 

Collingswood 16,800 

(Ind. br. of Camden P. O.) 

Cranf ord * 18,602 

Dover 11,174 

Dumont 13.013 

East Paterson 16,386 

Englewood 23,145 

Fair Lawn 28,886 

Fort Lee 11,648 

Gloucester City 14,357 

Haddpnfteld 10,495 

Harrison 13,490 

Hawthorne 14,816 

(Ind. br. of Paterson P. O.) 

Hillside *21,007 

Livingston X 15,400 

Lodi 15,892 

(Ind. br. of Hackensack P.O.) 

Long Branch 23,090 

Lyndhurst *19,980 

Madison 10,417 

Maple Shade x 10, 700 

Millburn X 18,500 

Millville 16,041 

Moorestown XI 1,400 

Morristown 17.124 

North Arlington 16,970 

North Plainfleld 12,766 

(P. O. Plainfield) 

Phillipsburg 18,919 

Pleasantville 11,938 

Princeton 12,230 

Rahway 21.290 

Red Bank 12,743 

Ridgefleld Park 11,993 

Ridgewood 17,481 

Roselle 17,681 

(Ind. br. of Elizabeth P. O.) 

Roselle Park 11,637 

Rutherford 17,411 

Sayreville 10,338 

Romerville 11,571 

South Orange 15,230 

South River 11,308 

Springfield x 14, 000 

Summit 17,929 

Verona 10,921 

Westfield 21,243 

Woodbridge X 17,000 

Woodbury 10,931 

25,OOO 50,000 

Belleville 82,019 

(Br. of Newark P. O.) 

Bloomfield 49,807 

Garfield 27,660 

Hackensack 29,219 

Kearny 89,952 

(Station of Arlington P. O.) 

Linden 30.644 

Maplewood 25,201 

Montclair 43,927 

New Brunswick 88,811 

North Bergen X 4 5,600 

Nutley 26,992 

Orange 88,037 

Perth Amboy 41,880 

Plainfleld 42,866 

Teaneck 83,772 

Union *88,004 

West New York 87,688 

West Orange 28,605 

(Br. of Orange P. O.) 
Woodbridge 86,758 



Population 

60,000100,000 

Atlantic City 61,657 

Bayonne 77,208 

Clifton 64,611 

East Orange 79,840 

Hoboken 60.676 

Irvington 69.201 

(Br. of Newark P. O.) 

Passaic 67,702 

Union City 66.687 

100,000 or More 

Camden 124,665 

Elizabeth 1 12.8 17 

Jersey City 299,017 

Newark 488,776 

Paterson 189,386 

Trenton 128,009 



NEW MEXICO 

2,500 5,000 

Armijo 

Belen 

Clayton 

*'armington 

Lordsburg 

Los Duranes 

Lovington 

Socorro 

Truth or Consequences.. 
Zuni Pueblo 



4,516 
4,495 
8,615 
8,637 
8,525 
2,878 
8,184 
4,884 
4.668 
2,668 



6,788 
8.244 
5.672 
9.188 
7.494 
6.269 
9.984 
8,112 
8,241 
7,022 
8,419 



10,00025,000 

Carlsbad 17,977 

Clovis 17,818 

Hobbs 18,875 

Las Cruces 12,825 

25,000 5O,OOO 

Roswell 26,788 

Santa Fe 27,998 

50,000100,000 
Albuquerque 96.815 



5,OOO10,OOO 

Alamagordo 

Artesia 

Deming 

Gallup 

Las Vegas (city) 

Las Vegas (town) 

Los Alamos 

Portales 

Raton 

Silver City 

Tucumcari 



NEW YORK 

2,5005,000 

Albion 4.850 

Attica 2,676 

Baldwinsville 4,495 

Ballston Spa 4,987 

Blasdell 8.127 

Brentwood 2,808 

Brockport 4,748 

Canajoharie 2,761 

Canastota 4.458 

Canisteo 2,626 

Canton 4.879 

Carthage 4.420 

Central Islip 8.067 

Chautauqua 8,819 

Cobleskill 8.208 

Cooperstown 2.727 

Corinth 8.161 

Coxsackie 2,722 

Croton-on-Hudson 4,887 

Dannemora 4,122 

Dolgeville 8.204 

East Hills 2,547 

East Islip 2,884 



XRand McNally estimate. 'Includes population of entire township. 

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East Northport 8,842 

East Patchogue 4,124 

East Syracuse 4,766 

Ellenville 4,225 

Elmsford 8.147 

Falconer 8,292 

Farmingdale 4.492 

Fayetteville 2.624 

Fort Edward 8.797 

Fort Plain 2.985 

Frankfort 8.844 

Geneseo 2.888 

Goshen 8,811 

Gouverneur 4.916 

Gowanda 8,289 

Granville 2.826 

Great Neck Plaza 4.246 

Green Island 4,016 

Greenpoint 8.028 

Hamilton 8,507 

Highland 8,035 

Highland Falls 8.980 

Homer 8.244 

Hoosick Falls 4,297 

Horseheads 8,606 

Irvington 8,667 

Lake Placid 2.999 

Lakewood 8,018 

Lawrence 4,681 

Le Roy 4,721 

Liberty 4,668 

Liverpool 2,983 

Lowville 8,671 

Lyons 4,217 

Mohawk 8,196 

Monticello 4,223 

Mount Morris 8,450 

New Windsor 2,754 

New York Mills 8,866 

Northport 8,869 

North Syracuse 8,856 

Palmyra 8,034 

Perry 4,633 

Pleasantville 4,861 

Port Jefferson 8,296 

Riverhead 4.892 

Saugerties 8,907 

Sayville 4,261 

Sea Cliff 4,868 

Sidney 4,816 

Silver Creek 3,068 

Sloan 4.698 

Southampton 4,042 

South Glens Falls 8,645 

South Nyack 8,102 

Spring: Valley 4,500 

Springville 8.322 

Suffern 4,010 

Ticonderoga 8,517 

Walden 4,659 

Walton 8,947 

Wappinger's Falls 3,490 

Warsaw 8,713 

Warwick 2,674 

Waterford 2,968 

Waterloo 4,438 

Watkins Glen 8,052 

West Elmira 8,833 

Westfleld 8,668 

West Haverstraw 8,099 

Whitehall 4,457 

Whitesboro 8.902 

Williamsvillc 4,649 

Yorkville 8,628 

5,00010,000 

Amityville 6,164 

Arlington 6,874 

Babylon 6,016 

Bath 6,416 

Bay Shore 9,666 

Bedford 9,248 

Bronxvllle 6,778 

(Ind. br. of Yonkers P. O.) 

Canandaigua 8,332 

Catskill 6,392 

Cedarhnrst 6,061 

DansvlUe 5,268 



Depew .. 7.217 

Dobbs Ferry 6,268 

East Aurora 6,962 

East Rochester 7,022 

East Rockaway 7,970 

Elmira Heights 6,009 

Fairport 6,267 

Fredonia 7,095 

Great Neck 7,759 

Hamburg 6,938 

Hastings Upon Hudson 7.568 

(Ind. br. of Yonkers P. O.) 

Haverstraw 5,818 

Herkimer 9.400 

Hudson Falls 7.286 

Huntington 9,824 

Huntington Station 9,924 

Ilion 9,868 

Islip 5,254 

Lancaster 8,665 

Larchmont 6,880 

Lindenhurst 8,644 

Little Falls 9,541 

Malone 9,601 

Malverne 8,086 

Mechanicville 7,885 

Medina 6.179 

Mount Kisco 6,907 

New Hyde Park 7,849 

North Pelham 5,046 

North Tarrytown 8,740 

(Ind. br. of Tarrytown P. O.) 

Norwich 8.816 

Nyack 6.889 

Oyster Bay 6,216 

Owego 6,850 

Patchogue 7,861 

Pelham Manor 6.806 

Penn Yan 6,481 

Port Jervis 9,372 

Potsdam 7,491 

Salamanca 8,861 

Saranac Lake 6,913 

Scotia 7,812 

(Ind. br. of Schenectady P.O.) 

Seneca Falls 6,634 

Solvay 7,868 

(Br. of Syracuse P. O.) 

Tarrytown 8,861 

Tuckahoe 6.991 

(Ind. br. of Yonkers P. O.) 

Tupper Lake 6,441 

Waverly 6.037 

Wellsville 6,402 

Westbury 7,112 

Williston Park 7.605 

10,00025,000 

Baldwin X 21, 000 

Batavia 17,799 

Beacon 14,012 

Cohoes 21,272 

Corning 17,684 

Cortland 18,162 

Dunkirk 18,007 

Endicott 20,050 

Floral Park 14,582 

Freeport 24,680 

Fulton 13,912 

Garden City 14,486 

Geneva 17.144 

Glen Cove 16,130 

Glens Falls 19,610 

Gloversville 23,634 

Harrison 11,788 

Hornell 15,049 

Hudson 11,629 

Johnson City 19,249 

Johnstown 10,923 

Kenmore 20.066 

(Branch of Buffalo P. O.) 

Kings Park 10,960 

Long Beach 15,586 

Lynbrook 17,814 

Mamaroneck 16,016 

Massena 18,187 

Middletown 22,686 

Mineola 14,881 



Newark 10,296 

North Tonawanda 24,781 

Ogdensburg 16,166 

Olean 22.884 

Oneida 11,826 

Oneonta 18,664 

Ossining 16,098 

Oswego 22,647 

Peekskill 17,781 

Plattsburg 17,788 

Port Chester 28.970 

Rensselaer 10,856 

Rockville Center 22,362 

Rye 11,721 

Saratoga Spring! 15,434 

Scarsdale 18,156 

Tonawanda 14,617 

Watervliet 15,197 

25,000 50,000 

Amsterdam 82,240 

Auburn 36,722 

Cheektowaga 25,006 

Elmira 49,716 

Hempstead 29,186 

Hicksville X45.000 

Irondequoit 84,046 

Ithaca 29,267 

Jamestown 43,354 

Kingston 28,817 

Lackawanna 27,668 

Lockport 25,138 

Newburgh 31,956 

Poughkeepsie 41,023 

Rome 41,682 

Valley Stream 26,864 

Watertown 84,850 

White Plains 43,466 

50,000 100,000 

Binghamton 80,674 

Mount Vernon 71,899 

New Rochelle 59,726 

Niagara Falls 90,872 

Schenectady 91,785 

Troy 72,811 



100,000 or Mon 

Albany 

Bronx Bor 1, 

Brooklyn Bor 2, 

Buffalo 

Manhattan Bor 1, 

New York City 7, 

Queens Bor 1, 

Richmond Borough 
(Staten Island) . 

Rochester 

Syracuse 

Utica 

Yonkers 



184,995 
451,277 
,738,175 
580,132 
,960,101 
891,957 
,550,849 

191,555 
832,488 
220,583 
101,531 
152,798 



NORTH CAROLINA 

2,500 5.0OO 

Ahoskie 8,579 

Beaufort 8,212 

Belhaven 2,528 

Bessemer City 8,961 

Boone 2,978 

Brevard 8,908 

Canton 4,906 

Cherryville 3,492 

Clinton 4.414 

Cramerton 3,211 

Draper 3,629 

Fast Gastonia 3,733 

East Marion 2,901 

Edenton 4,468 

Elkin 2,842 

Erwin 8,344 

Farmville 2,942 

Forest City 4,971 

Jacksonville 3,960 

Leaksville 4,045 

Louisburg 2,546 

Marion 2,740 

Midway Park 8.708 



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Mount Olive 8,782 

North Belmont 8,948 

North Wilkesboro 4,879 

Ogburntown 8,668 

Plymouth 4,486 

Rockingham 8,856 

Roxboro 4,821 

Rutherfordton 8,146 

Scotland Neck 2,780 

Selma 2,689 

Siler City 2,501 

Southern Pines 4,272 

Spencer 8,242 

Spindale 8,891 

Valdese 2,780 

Wadeaboro 8,408 

Wake Forest 8,704 

West End 2,797 

Whiteville 4,238 

Williamston 4,976 

5,000 10,000 

Arlington 6,085 

Asheboro 7,701 

Belmont 6,830 

Chapel Hill 9.177 

Dunn 6,816 

Graham 6,026 

Hamlet 6,061 

Renders onville 6,108 

Kings Mountain 7,206 

Laurinburg 7,134 

Lenolr 7,888 

Lincolnton 6,428 

Lumberton 9,186 

Mooresville 7,121 

Morganton 8,311 

Morehead 6,144 

Mount Airy 7,192 

Newton 6,039 

Oxford 6,686 

Roanoke Rapids 8,166 

Smithfield 5,674 

Spray 5,642 

Tarboro 8,120 

Washington 9,698 

Waynesville 5,295 

10,00025,000 

Albemarle 11,798 

Burlington 24,560 

Concord 16,486 

Elizabeth City 12,685 

Gastonia 23,069 

Goldsboro 21,454 

Greenville 16,724 

Henderson 10,996 

Hickory 14,756 

Kinston 18,336 

Lexington 13,671 

Monroe 10,140 

New Bern 16.812 

Reidsville 11,708 

Salisbury 20,102 

Sanford 10,018 

Shelby 15,608 

Statesville 16,901 

Thomasville 11,154 

Wilson 23.010 

25,000 50,000 

Fayetteville 84,715 

High Point 39.973 

Kannapolii 28,448 

Rocky Mount 27,697 

Wilmington 45,048 

50,000 100,000 

Asheville 68,000 

Durham 71,811 

Greensboro 74,889 

Raleigh 65,679 

Winston-Salem 87 4 811 

100,000 or More 
Charlotte 184,042 



NORTH DAKOTA 

2,5005,000 

Grafton 4.901 

Rugby 2,907 

5,00010,000 

Devils Lake 6,427 

Dickinson 7,469 

Mandan 7,298 

Valley City 6,861 

Wahpeton 6,126 

Williston 7,378 

10,000 25,OOO 

Bismarck 18.640 

Jamestown 10,697 

Minot 22,032 

25,000 50,000 

Fargo 88,266 

Grand Forks 26,836 



OHIO 

2,500 5,000 

Ada 8,640 

Am hers t 3,542 

Avon 2,778 

Avon Lake 4,342 

Barnesville 4,665 

Brecksville 2,664 

Bridgeport 4,309 

Brook Park 2,606 

Cadiz 8,020 

Carey 3,260 

Carrollton 2,658 

Chagrin Falls 3,086 

Clyde 4,083 

Columbiana 3,869 

Crestline 4,614 

Crooksville 2.960 

Dennison 4,432 

Eaton 4,242 

Elmwood Place 4,113 

(Br. of Cincinnati P. O.) 

Fairport 4,519 

(Branch of Painesville P. O.) 

Geneva 4,718 

Golf Manor 8,603 

Granville 2,653 

Greenfield 4,862 

Greenhills 3,006 

Hicksville 2,629 

Hubbard 4,560 

Huron 2,615 

Independence 3,105 

Lakeville 3,482 

Leavittsburg 2,633 

Lebanon 4,618 

Leetonia 2,665 

Lisbon 3,293 

Loudonville 2,523 

Louisville 3,801 

Maderia 2,689 

Mariemont 3,514 

Marysville 4,256 

Mingo Junction 4,464 

Middleport 8,446 

Minerva 3,280 

Montpelier 3,867 

Nelsonville 4,846 

New Boston 4,754 

Newburgh Heights 3,689 

Newcomerstown 4,514 

New Lexington 4,238 

Newton Falls 4,451 

North Baltimore 2,771 

North Canton 4,082 

(Ind. br. of Canton P. O.) 

North Royalton 3,939 

Ottawa 2,962 

Parma Heights 8,901 

Perrysburg 4,006 

Pomeroy 8,656 

Rittman 8,810 

Rossford 8,968 

St. Clairsville 8,040 

Sebring 4,045 



Population 

Shadyside 4.48$ 

Sharon 2,868 

Silverton 4,827 

Solon 2,670 

Strongsvllle 8,604 

Tipp City 8,804 

Upper Sandusky 4,897 

Warrensville Heights .. 4,126 

Wauseon 8,494 

Wellington 2,992 

West Carrollton 2,876 

Westerville 4,112 

Westlake 4,912 

West Portsmouth 2,618 

Whitehall 4,877 

Willard 4,744 

Willowick 8,677 

Windham 8,968 

Yellow Springs 2,896 

5,000 1O,OOO 

Bay 6,917 

Bedford 9.105 

Bellevue 6,906 

Brooklyn 6,817 

Bryan 6.365 

Celina 6,708 

Cheviot 9,944 

Circleville 8,728 

Deerpark 7,241 

Delphos 6,220 

Dover 9,862 

Eastlake 7,486 

East Palestine 6.196 

Fairborn 7,847 

Fairview 9,811 

Franklin 5,888 

Galion 9,962 

Gallipolis 7,871 

Grandview Heights 7,669 

Greenville 8,859 

Hillsboro 6,128 

Jackson 6,504 

Kenton 8,476 

Lincoln Heights 6,681 

Lockland 6.786 

(Ind. br. of Cincinnati P. O,) 

Logan 6,972 

Lundon 6,222 

Lyndhurst 7,869 

Maumee 6,548 

Mayfleld Heights 6.807 

Medina 6,097 

Miamisburg 6,829 

Mount Healthy 5,688 

Napoleon 5,885 

North College Hill 7,921 

(Branch of Cincinnati P. O.) 

North Olmsted 6,604 

Norwalk 9,775 

Oakwood 9,691 

Oberlin 7,062 

Orrville 5,168 

Oxford 6,944 

Port Clinton 6,641 

Ravenna 9,867 

Reading 7.886 

Saint Bernard 7,066 

(Branch of Cincinnati P. O.) 

Saint Marys 6,208 

Shelby 7,971 

Talmadge 5,821 

Toronto 7,268 

Uhrichsville 6,614 

Upper Arlington 9,024 

Urbana 9,886 

Wadsworth 7,966 

Wapakoneta 6,797 

Wellston 5,691 

Wellsville 7,854 

Wickliffe 6,002 

Willoughby 6,602 

Wilmington 7,887 

Wyoming 6,682 

10,00025,000 

Ashland 14.287 

Ashtabula 28,696 

Athens 11,660 



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Btllaira 12,578 

Bellefontalne 10,232 

Berea 12.051 

Bexely 12.878 

Bowling Green 12,005 

Bucyrus 10,827 

Cambridge 14.789 

Campbell 12.882 

Chillicothe 20,188 

Conneaut 10,280 

Coshocton 11,675 

Defiance 11.265 

Delaware 11.804 

Bast Liverpool 84.217 

Findlay 28.845 

Fostoria 14,861 

Fremont 16.587 

Garfield Height* 21,662 

(Branch of Cleveland P. O.) 

Girard 10.118 

Ironton 16,888 

Kent 12,418 

Lancaster 24.180 

Maple Heights 15,586 

Marietta 16,006 

Martin's Ferry 18,220 

Mount Vernon 12,186 

New Philadelphia 12,948 

Nilea 16,778 

Painesville 14,482 

Piqua 17,447 

Rock River 11,287 

Salem 12,754 

Sidney 11,491 

South Euclid 16,482 

Struthers 11,941 

Tiffin 18,962 

Troy 10,661 

University Heights .... 11,566 

Van Wert 10,864 

Washington C. H 10,560 

Wooster 14,006 

Xenia 12,877 

25,00060,000 

Alliance 26,161 

Barberton 27,820 

Cuyahoga Falls 29,195 

East Cleveland 40.047 

(Br. of Cleveland P. O.) 

Elyria 80,807 

Euclid 41,896 

Mansfield 48.664 

Marion 83,817 

Massillon 29,694 

Middletown 88,695 

Newark 84,276 

Norwood 85,001 

(Br. of Cincinnati P. O.) 

Parma 28,897 

Portsmouth 86,798 

Sandusky 29.878 

Shaker Heights 28,222 

Steubenville 86,872 

Warren 49,856 

Zanesville 40,617 

50,000100,000 

Cleveland Heights 69,141 

(Sta. of East Cleveland P. O.) 

Hamilton 67.951 

Lakewood 68.071 

(Branch of Cleveland P. O.) 

Lima 60,246 

Lorain 51,202 

Springfield 78,508 

100,000 or More 

Akron 274,606 

Canton 116,912 

Cincinnati 608,998 

Cleveland 914,808 

Columbus 875,901 

Dayton 248,872 

Toledo 808.616 

Toungstown 168,880 



OKLAHOMA 

2,9000,000 

Antler 2,506 

Atoka 2,668 

Broken Arrow 8,262 

Chandler 2,724 

Checotah 2.688 

Cherokee 2.686 

Cordell 2.920 

Del City 2.604 

Dewey 2,618 

Eufaula 2,640 

Guymon 4,718 

Healdton 2,678 

Hollis 8,089 

Hominy 2,702 

Idabel 4,671 

Kingfisher 8,846 

Konawa 2,707 

Lindsay 8,021 

Madill 2,791 

Mangum 4,271 

Marlow 8,899 

Nichols Hills 2,606 

Nowata 8,966 

Okemah 8,464 

Pawnee 2,861 

Picher 8,951 

Poteau 4,776 

Pryor Creek 4.486 

Purcell 8,646 

Sallisaw 2,885 

Sayre 8,862 

Sulphur 4,889 

Tahlequah 4,750 

Tonkawa 8,648 

Veterans Village 8,855 

Wagoner 4,896 

Walters 2,748 

Watonga 8,249 

Weatherford 8,629 

5,00010,000 

Altus 9,785 

Alva 6,506 

Anadorka 6,184 

Bethany 6,706 

Blackwell 9,199 

Bristow 5,400 

Claremore 5,494 

Clinton 7,565 

Cuahing 8,414 

Drumright 6,028 

Edmond 6,086 

Elk City 7,962 

Frederick 6,467 

Henryetta 7,987 

Hobart 6,880 

Holdenville 6,192 

Hugo 6,984 

Pauls Valley 6,896 

Pawhuska 6,881 

Perry 6,187 

Sand Springs 6,994 

Vinita 6,618 

Wewoka 6,747 

Woodward 6,916 

10,00025,000 

Ada 15,995 

Ardmore 17,890 

Bartlesville 19,228 

Chickasha 16,842 

Duncan 15,825 

Durant 10,641 

El Reno 10,991 

Guthrie 10,118 

McAlester 17.898 

Miami 11.801 

Midwest 10,166 

Okmulgee 18,817 

Ponca City 20,180 

Sapulpa 18,081 

Seminole 11,868 

Shawnee 22,948 

Stillwater 20,288 



25,00040,000 

Enid 86.017 

Lawton 84,767 

Muskogee 87,289 

Norman 27,006 

100,000 or More 

Oklahoma City 248,504 

Tulsa 182,740 

OREGON 

2,5005,000 

Beaverton 2,612 

Burns 8,098 

Coquille 8.628 

Cottage Grove 8,686 

Dallas 4,798 

Forest Grove 4,848 

Gresham 8,049 

Hayesville 2,697 

Hermiston 8,804 

Hood River 8.701 

Lakeview 2,881 

Newberg 8,946 

Newport 8,241 

Nyssa 2,525 

Ontario 4,465 

Oswego 8,816 

Prineville 8,288 

Redmond 2,966 

Saint Helens 4,711 

Seaside 8,886 

Silverton 8,146 

Sweet Home 8,608 

Tillamook 8,685 

West Linn 2,945 

5,000 10,OOO 

Altamont 9,419 

Ashland 7.789 

Baker 9.471 

Coos Bay 8,228 

Grants Pass 8,116 

Hillsboro 8,142 

La Grande 8,685 

Lebanon 6,878 

McMinnville 6,686 

Milwaukee 5,258 

North Bend 6,099 

Oregon City 7,682 

Roseburg 8,890 

The Dalles 7,676 

10,00025,000 

Albany 10,116 

Astoria 12,881 

Bend 11,409 

Corvallis 16,207 

Klamath Falls 15,876 

Medford 17,806 

Pendleton 11,774 

Springfield 10,807 

25,000 50,000 

Eugene 85,879 

Salem 48,140 

50.000 or Mora 
Portland 878.628 



PENNSYLVANIA 

2,5005,000 

Aldan 8,480 

Ambler 4,666 

Annville 8,664 

Apollo 8.015 

Aspinwall 4,084 

Athens 4,480 

Atlas 8,090 

Avoca 4,040 

Baden 8,78* 

Barnesboro 8,442 

Bedford 8,521 

Bellwood 2,669 

Bentleyville 8,295 

Berwyn X2,600 

Birdsboro 8,158 

Boyertown 4,074 



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Brockway 2.650 

Brookville 4.274 

Burnhazn 2,954 

California 2,881 

Catasauqua 4,928 

Clarion 4,409 

Clarks Summit 2,940 

Clymer 2,500 

Coplay 2,994 

Coudersport 8,210 

Cresson 2,569 

Curwensville 8,882 

Dale 8,810 

Dallastown 8,804 

Derry 8,752 

Downlngtown 4,948 

Dravosbnrg 8,786 

Dupont 4,107 

East Conemaugh 4,101 

East Lansdowne 8,527 

East Me Reexport 8,171 

East Mauch Chunk 8,182 

Ebensburg 4,086 

Eddystone 8,014 

Elizabeth 2,615 

Emporium 8,646 

Emsworth 8,128 

Ferndale 2,619 

Forest City 8,122 

Freedom 8,000 

Freeport 2,685 

Gallitzin 8,102 

Gilberton 2,641 

Glrardville 8,864 

Glen Lyon 8,921 

Green castle 2.661 

Greentree 2,818 

Hamburg 8,805 

Hatboro 4,788 

Hlghspire 2,799 

Hummelstown 8,789 

Ingram 4,286 

(Br. of Pittsburgh P. O.) 

Irwin 4,228 

Jermyn 2,585 

Johnsonburg 4,567 

Kenhorst 2,561 

Kennett Square 8,699 

Kutztown 8,110 

Laureldale 8,585 

Lebanon Independent.... 2,778 

Leechburg 4.042 

Lemoyne 4,605 

Littlestown 2,685 

Lykeni 2,786 

McAdoo 4.260 

McDonald 8,648 

McSherrytown 2,510 

Manheim 4,246 

Mansfield 2,657 

Marcus Hook 8,848 

Marshallton 8,890 

Mas on town 4,550 

Mauch Chunk 2,959 

Meyewdale 8,187 

Millersburg 2,861 

Millers ville 2,551 

Montounville 8,298 

Moosic 8,965 

Mount Joy 8,006 

Mount Penn 8,685 

Mount Union 4,690 

Muney 2,766 

Myerstown 8,050 

New Holland 2,602 

North Bellevernon 8,147 

North Catasauqua 2,629 

North Charlerof 2,554 

North East 4,247 

Northumberland 4,207 

North Wales 2.999 

Orwigsbnrg 8,029 

Oxford 8,091 

Parkersbnrg 2,611 

Parkville 8.299 

Patton 8,148 

Pen Argyl 8,878 

Penbrook 8,691 

Perkasie 4,868 



PhiUpsburg 8,988 

Pleasant Hills 8.808 

Polk 4.004 

Portage 4,871 

Port Allegany 2.519 

Port Carbon 8,024 

Port Vue 4,766 

Renovo 8,751 

Reynoldsville 8,569 

Ridley Park 4.921 

Roaring Spring 2,771 

Rocky Grove 8,111 

Roy er s ford 8,862 

Selinsgrove 8,514 

Slatington 4,848 

Souderton 4,521 

South Connellsvllle 2,610 

South Fork 2,616 

South Greensburg 2,980 

South Uniontown 8,425 

Southwest Greensburg.. 8,144 

Spangler 8,018 

Spring City 8,258 

Springdale 4,989 

Stowe 2.524 

Strabane 2,861 

Summit Hill 4.924 

Susquehanna 2,646 

Swarthmore 4,825 

Towanda 4,069 

Trafford 8,965 

Trevorton 2,545 

Union City 8,911 

Upland 4,081 

Verona 4,825 

Weatherly 2,622 

Wellsboro 4,215 

Wesleyville 8.411 

West Homestead 8,257 

Westmont 4,410 

West Newton 8,619 

West Washington 4,492 

West Wyoming 2,868 

Wyoming 4.611 

Wyomissing 4,187 

Youngwood 2,720 

Zelienople 2,981 

5,00010,000 

Archbald 6,804 

Ashland 6,192 

Ashley 5,248 

Avalon 6,468 

Bala Cynwyd X7,500 

Bangor 6,050 

Beaver 6,860 

Bellefonte 5,661 

Blairsville 6,000 

Blakeley 6,828 

Brackenbridge 6,178 

Bridgeport 5,827 

Bridgeville 5,660 

Broom all X8.500 

Brownsville 7,648 

Bryn Mawr X9.500 

Camp Hill 5,984 

Castle Shannon 6,459 

Centerville 5,845 

Charleroi 9,872 

Clearfleld 9,867 

Clifton Heights 7,549 

Coaldale 6,818 

Collingdale 

(Darby P. O.) 8.448 

Corry 7,911 

Crafton 8,066 

(Branch of Pittsburgh P. O.) 

Danville 6,994 

Dickson 8,948 

Doylestown 5,262 

Duryea 6,655 

East Pittsburgh 5,259 

East Stroudsburg 7,274 

Edgewood 5,292 

Edwardsville 6,686 

Elizabethtown 6.088 

Emmans 7,780 

Ephrata 7,027 

Etna 6,750 

(Branch of Pittsburgh P. O.) 



Population 

Exeter 5,180 

Fairleaa Hills x 7,600 

Ford City 5,862 

Forest Hills . ... 6,801 

Forty Fort 6.178 

Fountain Hill 5.456 

Frack ville 6.641 

Freeland 6,909 

Gettysburg 7,046 

Glassport 8,707 

Glenolden 6,450 

Glenside X 9,000 

Greenville 9,210 

Grove City 7.411 

Haverford X 8.000 

Hellertown 5,485 

Hollidaysburg 6,488 

Honesdale 6,662 

Huntingdon 7,880 

Jenkintown 5,180 

Jersey Shore 5,595 

Kane 5,706 

Kittanning 7,781 

Kulpmont 6,199 

Lansdale 9,76t 

Lansford 7,487 

Larksville 6,860 

Lehighton 8,685 

Lewisburg 5,268 

Litit* 5,668 

Luzerne 6,176 

Mechanicsburg 6,786 

Media 5,726 

Middletown 9,184 

Midland 6,491 

Millvale 7,287 

(Branch of Pittsburgh P. O.) 

Milton 8.678 

Minersville 7,788 

Monaca 7,415 

Monongahela 8,922 

Morrisville 6.787 

Mount Oliver 6.64$ 

(Station of Pittsburgh P. O.) 

Mount Pleasant 5,888 

Nanty Glo 5,425 

Narberth 5,407 

Nazareth 6,880 

New Brighton 9,685 

New Cumberland 6,204 

Northampton 9,882 

Norwood 5,246 

Oakmont 7,264 

Old Forge 9.749 

Olyphant 7,047 

Palmerton 6,646 

Palmyra 5,910 

Pitcairn M57 

Prospect Park 6,884 

Punxsutawney 8,969 

Quakertown 5,678 

Rankin ,9U 

Red Lion 5.119 

Ridgway 244 

Rochester 7,197 

Saint Clair 6,866 

Saint Marys 7,846 

Sayre 7,785 

Schuylkill Haven 6,597 

Scottdale 6,249 

Sewickley 5,886 

Sharon Hill 5,m 

Sharpsburg 7,296 

(Branch of Pittsburgh P. O.) 

Sharpsville 5,414 

Shillington 5,059 

Shippensburg 6.722 

Somerset 5,986 

South WilHamsport .... 6,864 

Stroudsburg 6,861 

Swoyersville 7,796 

Tarentum 9,640 

Taylor 7,176 

Throop 5,861 

Titusville 8,928 

Tyrone 8,214 

Vandergrift 9.624 

Villanova x 6,000 

Wayne x 5,800 



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Waynes burg 5,614 

West Hazleton 6,988 

West Pittston 7,280 

West Reading 6,072 

Westview 7,681 

West York 8.766 

Whitehall 7,842 

White Oak 6,169 

Willow Grove X 6,000 

Wilmerding 8,826 

Wilaon 8,169 

Windber 8,010 

Winton 6.280 

10,00025,000 

Ambridge 16,429 

Ardmore X 16,000 

Arnold 10,268 

Beaver Falls 17,876 

Bellevue 11,604 

(Branch of Pittsburgh P. O.) 

Berwick 14,010 

Bethel 11.824 

Bloomsburg 10,638 

Braddock 16,448 

Bradford 17,864 

Brentwood 12,686 

Bristol 12,710 

Butler 28,482 

Canonsburg 12,072 

Carbondale 16.296 

Carlisle 16,812 

Carnegie 12,106 

Chambersburg 17,212 

Clairton 19,652 

Coatesville 18,826 

Columbia 11,998 

Connellsville 18,293 

Conshohocken 10,922 

Coraopolis 10,498 

Darby 18.154 

Donora 12.186 

Dormont 18,405 

Du Bois 11.497 

Dunmore 20,305 

(Branch of Scranton P. O.) 

Duquesne 17,620 

Bllwood City 12.946 

Parrell 13.644 

Franklin 10.006 

Green s burg 16,923 

Hanover 14.048 

Homestead 10.046 

Indiana 11.743 

Jeannette 16,172 

Kingston 21.096 

Lansdowne 12,169 

Latrobe 11,811 

Lewistown 13.894 

Lock Haven 11,381 

McKees Rocks 16,241 

Mahanoy City 10,934 

Meadville 18.972 

Monessen 17.896 

Monroeville x 15,000 

Mount Carxnel 14,222 

Munhall 18,437 

Nanticoke 20,160 

North Braddock 14,724 

Oil City 19,581 

Phoenixville 12,932 

Pittston 15,012 

Plymouth 18.021 

Pottstown 22.589 

Pottsville 23,640 

Shamokin 16,879 

Shenandoah 16,704 

Springfield 10,917 

State College 17,227 

Steelton 12,574 

Sunbury 15,570 

Swissvale 16,488 

(Ind. br. of Pittsburg P. O.) 

Tamaqna 11,608 

Turtle Creek 12,868 

Unfontown 20,471 

Warren 14,849 

Waynesboro 10,834 



West Chester 

West Mifflin 

Yeadon 



15.188 

, 17.988 

11,068 



25,00050,000 

Aliquippa 26.182 

Drexel Hill X 88,000 

Easton .. 85,682 

Havertown X 36, 000 

Hazleton 85.491 

Lebanon 28,156 

New Castle 48,834 

New Kensington 25.146 

Norristown 88.126 

Sharon 26,464 

Washington 26,280 

Wilkinsburg 81.418 

(Ind. br. of Pittsburgh P. O.) 
Williamsport 45,047 

50,000 100,000 

Altoona 77.177 

Bethlehem 66,340 

Chester 66,089 

Harrisburg 89,644 

Johnstown 68,232 

Lancaster 68,774 

Levittown X 45,000 

McKees port 61,502 

Wilkes-Barre 76,826 

York 69,958 

100,000 or More 

Allentown 106,766 

Erie 130,803 

Philadelphia 2,071,605 

Pittsburgh 676,806 

Reading 109,820 

Scranton 125,586 



PUERTO RICO 

10,000 25.00O 

Aguadilla 18,276 

Bayamon 20,171 

Cayey 18,429 

Coamo 11.592 

Fajardo 16,836 

Guayama 19,408 

Humacao 10,851 

Manati 10.092 

25,00050,000 

Arecibo 28,659 

Caguas 88,759 

50,OOO 100,000 

Mayaguez 58.944 

Ponce 99,492 

100,000 or More 

Rio Piedras 132.438 

San Juan 224.767 



RHODE ISLAND 

2,5005,000 

East Greenwich 4,928 

Glocester 2,682 

Hokkinton 8.676 

Scituate 3,906 

5,000 10,000 

Barrington 8,246 

Burrillville 8,774 

Coventry 9,869 

Middletown 7,382 

North Smithfleld 6,726 

Portsmouth 6,578 

Smithfield 6.690 

Tiverton 6,859 

Warren 8,618 

10,00025,000 

Bristol 12,320 

Central Falls 28.560 

Cumberland 12,842 

Johnston 12,726 

Lincoln 11,270 

North Kingstown 14.810 



North Providence ...... 18,927 

(Branch of Providence P. O.) 

South Kingstown 10,148 

Westerly 12,880 

West Warwick 19,096 

25,00050,000 

East Providence 86,871 

(Branch of Providence P. O.) 

Newport 87,564 

Warwick 48.028 

60,OOO10O,OOO 

Cranston 66,060 

Pawtucket 81,486 

Woonsocket 50,211 

100,000 or More 
Providence 248.674 



SOUTH CAROLINA 

2,500 5,000 

Andrews 2,702 

Arcadia 2,554 

Bamberg 2,954 

Batesburg 8.169 

Belton 8.871 

Bishopville 8,078 

Cayce 8.294 

Che raw 4,886 

Clover 8,276 

Denmark 2,814 

Duncan 8,950 

East Gaffney 4,289 

Edgefteld 2,618 

Forest Acres 8,240 

Fort Mill 8,204 

Graniteville 8.862 

Great Falls 8,583 

Honea Path 2,840 

Kingstree 8,621 

Manning 2.776 

McColl 2,688 

Mullins 4,916 

Myrtle Beach 8,845 

North Augusta 8.669 

Our Mills 2,628 

Pelrer 2,692 

Piedmont 2,678 

Saxon 3,088 

Seneca 8,649 

South Greenwood 8,712 

Summerville 8,812 

Victor Mills 2,654 

Walhalla 8,104 

Walterboro 4,618 

Ware Shoals 8,082 

Whitmire 8,006 

Williamston 2,782 

Winnsboro 8,287 

Wlnsboro Mills 2.936 

Woodbum Hills 2.500 

Woodruff 8,881 

York 4,181 

5,00010,000 

Abbeville 6,895 

Aiken 7.088 

Beaufort 6,081 

Bennettsville 8,140 

Camden 6,986 

Chester 6,898 

Clinton 7,168 

Conway 6,078 

Darlington 6,619 

Dillon 8,171 

Easley 6,816 

Eau Claire 9,288 

Gaffney 8,128 

Georgetown 6,004 

Greer 5,080 

Hartsville 6,668 

Lake City 8.112 

Lancaster 7.169 

Laurens 8,658 

Marion 8.884 

Newberry 7,84 

Shannontown 6.828 

Union 9,780 



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10,00025,000 

Anderson 19,770 

Brandon- Juds on 11,008 

Florence 22,618 

Greenwood 18,806 

Orangeburg 15,822 

Rock Hill 24,502 

Sumter 20,186 

25,00050,000 

Spar Una burg 86,795 

50,000100,000 

Charleston 70,174 

Columbia 86,914 

Greenville 58,161 



SOUTH DAKOTA 

2,500 5,000 

Belle Fourche 8,540 

Canton 2.530 

Deadwood 3,288 

Lemmon 2,760 

Milbank 2,982 

Mobridge 8.753 

Redfleld 2,655 

Spearnsh 2,755 

Sturgis 8,471 

Sisseton 2.871 

Webster 2,503 

Winner 3,252 

5,000 10,000 

Brookings 7,764 

Hot Springs 5,030 

Lead 6,422 

Madison 5,153 

Pierre 6,715 

Vermillion 6,337 

Yankton 7,709 

10,000 25,OOO 

Aberdeen 21,061 

Huron 12,788 

Mitchell 12,123 

Watertown 12,699 

25,000 50,000 

Rapid City 25.310 

50,000100,000 
Sioux Falls 62,696 



TENNESSEE 

2,5005,000 

Banner Hill 

Belle Meade 

Bemis 

Brownsville 

Clinton 

Covington 

Dayton 

Dickson 

Erwin 

Etowah 

Henderson 

Jefferson City 

Lexington 

Loudon 

McKenzie 

Martin 

Milan 

Millington 

Mount Pleasant 

Newport 

Ripley 

Rockwood 

Rogersville 

South Harriman 

Sparta 

South Pittsburgh 

Sweetwater 

Trenton 

Winchester 



Alcoa 
Athens 



B,OOO 10,000 



2,873 
2,831 
8,248 
4,711 
8.712 
4.879 
3,191 
3,348 
3,387 
8,261 
2,632 
8.633 
3.566 
8,567 
8,774 
4,082 
4,988 
4.696 
2,931 
3,892 
8,318 
4,272 
2,645 
2,761 
4,299 
2,573 
4,199 
3,868 
8.974 

6,855 
8,618 



Cookeville 6,924 

East Ridge 9,645 

Fayetteville 6,447 

Franklin 5,475 

Gallatin 6,107 

Greeneville 8.721 

Harriman 6,389 

Humboldt 7,426 

La Foljette 6.797 

Lawrenceburg 5,442 

Lebanon 7,913 

Lenoir City 6,159 

Lewisburg 5,164 

Maryville 7.742 

McMinnville 7,677 

Old Hickory X 8.600 

Paris 8,826 

Pulaski 6,762 

Shelbyville 9,466 

Springfield 6,606 

Tullahoma 7,662 

Union City 7,666 

10,000 26,000 

Bristol 16,771 

( Including Bristol.Va.,1 5,954) 

Clarksville 16.246 

Cleveland 12,605 

Columbia 10,911 

Dyersburg 10,885 

Elizabethton 10,764 

Kingsport 19,571 

Morristown 13,019 

Murfreesboro 13,052 

25,000 50,000 

Jackson 80,207 

Johnson 27,864 

Oak Ridge 80,229 

100,OOO or More 

Chattanooga 131,041 

Knoxville 124,769 

Memphis 896,000 

Nashville 174,307 



TEXAS 

2,5005,000 

Alamo 3,017 

Alvin 3,701 

Andrews 3,294 

Angleton 3,899 

Anson 2,708 

Atlanta 3,782 

Bastrop 3,176 

Bcnavides 3,016 

Bishop 2.731 

Bowie 4,544 

Burkburnett 4,456 

Calvert 2,548 

Canadian 2,700 

Canyon 4,864 

Carrizo Springs 4,316 

Carthage 4,750 

Center 4,823 

Clarendon 2,677 

Clarksville 4,353 

Columbus 2,878 

Comanche 8,840 

Cotulla 4,418 

Decatur 2.922 

Dickinson 2,704 

Dublin 2,761 

Eagle Ford 4,679 

Eagle Lake 2,787 

Eastland 8,626 

Edcouch 2,926 

Edna 8,865 

Electra 4,970 

Elgin 8,168 

Elsa 8,179 

Fabens 8,089 

Floydada 8,210 

Fort Stockton 4,444 

Fredericksburg 8,864 

Gatesville 8,866 

Georgetown 4,961 

Giddings 2,632 

Gilmer 4,098 



Population 

Hamilton 8,077 

Hamlin 8,660 

Haskell 8,886 

Hearne 4,872 

Hebronville 4.802 

Henrietta 2,818 

Highlands 2,728 

Hillcrest 2,826 

Hondo 4,188 

Irving 2,621 

Jacksboro 2,951 

Jasper 4,408 

Jefferson 8,164 

Karnes City 2,688 

Kaufman 2,714 

Kenedy 4.284 

La Feria 2,952 

La Grange 2,788 

Lake Jackson 2,897 

Lakeview 8,091 

Lampasas 4,869 

Lancaster 2,682 

La Porte 4,429 

Liberty 4.168 

Livingston 2.865 

Llano 2.954 

Luling 4,297 

Marfa 8,608 

Mathis 4,050 

McCamey 3,121 

McGregor 2,669 

Memphis 3,810 

Menard 2,686 

Mineola 8,626 

Nederland 8.805 

New Boston 2,688 

Nocona 8,022 

Oak Knoll 3,930 

Olmos Park 2,841 

Olney 8,765 

Ozona 2,885 

Paducah 2,952 

Palacios 2,799 

Pearsall 4,481 

Perryton 4,417 

Phillips 4,106 

Pittsburg 8,142 

Pleasanton 2,918 

Post 8,141 

Premont 2.619 

Quanah 4,689 

Ram on a 2,768 

Ranger 8,989 

Red Cut Heights 2,568 

Refugio 4,666 

Rio Grande City 8,992 

Rotan 8,168 

San Augustine 2,610 

San Diego 4,897 

San Juan 8,418 

San Saba 8,400 

Seminole 8,479 

Seymour 8,779 

Shamrock 8,822 

Silsbee 8,179 

Sinton 4,264 

Smithville 8,879 

Sonora 2,688 

South Houston 4,126 

Taft 2,978 

Tahoka 2,848 

Teague 2,925 

Terrell Hills 2,708 

Tulia 8,222 

Wellington 8,678 

West Orange 2,689 

Wharton 4,460 

Winnsboro 2,512 

Winters 2,876 

Yorktown 2,696 

Ysleta 4,782 

5,00010,000 

Alamo Heights 8.000 

Alpine 5,261 

Aransas Pass 5,896 

Arlington 7,892 

Athens 6.194 

Ballin^er 6,802 

Bay City 9,427 



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Beeville 9.848 

Belton 6.246 

Bonham 7.049 

Brady 6.944 

Breckenridge 6.610 

Brenham 6.941 

Brownfleld 6.161 

Cameron 6.062 

Childreas 7,619 

Cisco 6.280 

Cleveland 6.188 

Coleman 6,630 

College Station 7.925 

Colorado 6,774 

Commerce 6,889 

Conroe 7,298 

Crockett 6,982 

Crystal City 7,198 

Cuero 7,498 

Dalhart 6,918 

Donna 7.171 

Dumas 6,127 

Eagle Pass 7,276 

1 Campo 6,237 

Ennis 7,816 

Palfurrias 6,712 

Freeport 6,012 

Galena Park 7.186 

Gladewater 6,806 

Gonzales 6,669 

Graham 6,742 

Haltom City 6,760 

Henderson 6,833 

Hereford 6,207 

Hillsboro 8.368 

Huntsville 9,820 

Jacinto City 6.866 

Jacksonville 8,607 

Kermit 6,912 

Kerrville 7,691 

Kilgore 9,638 

Killeen 7,046 

Lamarque 7,369 

Levelland 8,264 

Littlefleld 6,640 

Lock hart 6,673 

Marlin 7,099 

Mexia 6,627 

Mineral Wells 7,801 

Monahans 6,311 

Mount Pleasant 6,342 

Navasota 6,188 

Pecos ,. 8,064 

Pharr 8,690 

Port Lavaca 6,699 

Port Neches 6,448 

Raymond vfll 9,186 

River Oaks 7,097 

Robstown 7,278 

Rosenburg 6,210 

Rusk 6,698 

San Marcos 9,980 

San Pedro 8.127 

Segnin 9.783 

Slaton 6,036 

Stamford 6,819 

Stephenvllle 7,166 

Sulphur Springs 8,991 

Taylor 9,071 

Uvalde 8,674 

Weatherford 8,098 

Weslaco 7,614 

Yoakum 6,281 

10,00028,000 

Alice 16,449 

Baytown 22,988 

Bellaire 10,173 

Big Spring 17,286 

Borger 18.069 

Brownwood 20,181 

Bryan 18,102 

Cleburne 12,906 

Corsicana 19,211 

Del Rio 14.211 

Denison 17,604 

Denton 21,872 

Edinburg 12,888 

Gainesville 11,246 



Garland 10,671 

Grand Prairie 14.694 

Greenville 14.727 

Harlingen 28.229 

Highland Park 11.406 

Kingsville 16,898 

Lamesa 10,704 

Longview 24,602 

Lufkin 16,186 

Marshall 22,827 

McAllen 20,067 

McKinney 10,660 

Mercedes 10.081 

Midland 21,713 

Mission 10,766 

Nacogdoches 12,827 

New Braunfels 12.210 

Orange 21,174 

Palestine 12,608 

Pampa 16,688 

Paris 21,643 

Pasadena 22.483 

Plainview 14.044 

San Benito 18,271 

Sherman 20,160 

Sweetwater 18.619 

Snyder 12,010 

Terrell 11.644 

Texarkana 24,768 

(Including Texarkana, 
Ark. 28,689) 

Texas City 16,620 

University Park 24,275 

Vernon 12,661 

Victoria 16,126 

Waxahachie 11,204 

West University Place 17,074 
White Settlement 10,827 

25,00050,000 

Abilene 46,670 

Brownsville 36,066 

Odessa 29,496 

Temple 26,467 

Tyler 88,968 

50,000 100.0OO 

Amarillo 74,246 

Beaumont 94,014 

Galveston 66,668 

Laredo 61,910 

Lubbock 71,747 

Port Arthur 67,530 

San Angelo 52,093 

Waco 84,706 

Wichita Falls 68,402 

100,000 or More 

Austin 132,469 

Corpus Christ! 108,287 

Dallas 484,462 

El Paso 180,486 

Fort Worth 278.778 

Houston 696.163 

San Antonio 408.442 



UTAH 

2,500 5,OOO 

Bingham Canyon 2,669 

Clearfleld 4,728 

Dragerton 8.468 

Heber 2.986 

Helper 2.860 

Layton 8,456 

Lehi 8,627 

Magna 8,602 

Midvale 8,996 

Nephi 2,990 

Payson 8,998 

Pleasant Grove 8,196 

Richfield 4,212 

Roy 8,728 

South Ogden 8,768 

St. George 4,662 

Vernal 2,846 



6,00010,000 

American Fork 

Bountiful 

Brigham 

Cedar City 

Murray 

(Br. of Salt Lake City 

Orem 

Price 

South Salt Lake 

Spanish Fork 

Springville 

Tooele 

Washington Terrace .... 



6,126 
6,004 
6,790 
6,106 
9,006 
P. O.) 
8,861 
6,010 
7,704 
5.280 
6.475 
7,269 
5,841 



10,OOO 25,000 
Logan 16.882 

25.0OO 50,OOO 
Provo 28,987 

50.000100,000 
Ogden 67,112 

100,000 or More 
Salt Lake City 182,121 



VERMONT 

2,5005,000 

Barton 8,298 

Barre 4.146 

Bellows Falls 8,881 

Brandon 8,804 

Colchester 3,897 

Essex 8.981 

Hardwick 2,629 

Lydon 8.860 

Middlebury 4,778 

Morristown 8,226 

Northfleld 4.814 

Poultney 2,986 

Randolph 8,499 

Rickford 2,648 

South Burlington 8.279 

Swanton 8.740 

Waterbury 4.276 

Windsor 4,402 

Woodstock 2,618 

5,00010,000 

Hartford 6,827 

Montpelier 8.599 

Newport 6,217 

Rockingham 5.499 

Saint Albans 8.562 

Saint Johnsbury 9.292 

Springfield 9,190 

Winooski 6.784 

(Ind. br. of Burlington P. O.) 

10,000 25.00O 

Barre 10,922 

Bennington 12.411 

Brattleboro 11.522 

Rutland 17,669 

25,00050,000 
Burlington 88,155 



VIRGINIA 

2,5005,000 

Abingdon 4,709 

AltaVista 8,882 

Appalachia 2.9 IS 

Ashland 2,610 

Bassett 8,421 

Bedford 4,061 

Blacksburg 8,858 

Blackstone 8,686 

Bluefield 4,212 

(Including Bluefleld, W. Va,, 
21,606) 

Chase City 2,619 

Chincoteague 2,724 

Christiansburg 2,967 



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Culpeper 2,627 

Bttrick 8,080 

Parmville 4,875 

Franklin 4,670 

Highland Springs 8,171 

Hilton 4,486 

Luray 2,781 

Madison Heights 2,880 

Narrows 2,580 

Norton 4,815 

Orange 2,671 

Phoebus 8,604 

Portlock 8.809 

Richlands 4,648 

Saltville 2,678 

Sherwood Park 2,528 

Vinton 8,629 

5,00010,000 

Big Stone Gap 5,178 

Buena Vista 6,214 

Clifton Forge 6,795 

Colonial Heights 6,077 

Copeland Park 7.115 

Covington 6,860 

Emporia 5,664 

Falls Church 7.536 

Ferguson Park 6,208 

Front Royal 8,116 

Galax 6,248 

Hampton 5,966 

Lexington 5,976 

Marion 6,982 

Pulaski 9,202 

Radford 9,026 

Salem 6,828 

South Boston 6,067 

Virginia Beach 6,390 

Williamsburg 6,736 

Wytheville 6,513 

10,000 25,000 

Bristol 16,954 

Fredericks burg 12.158 

Harrisonburg 10,810 

Hopewell 10,219 

Martinsville 17,251 

Riverview 14,216 

Staunton 19,927 

Suffolk 12,889 

Waynesboro 12,857 

Winchester 18,841 

25,000 50,000 

Charlottesville 25,969 

Danville 36.066 

Lynchburg 47,727 

Newport News 42,858 

Petersburg 85,054 

South Norfolk X 26,000 

50,000 100,000 

Alexandria 61,787 

Portsmouth 80,089 

Roanoke 91,921 

100,000 or More 

Arlington 185,449 

Norfolk 213,518 

Richmond 280,810 



VIRGIN ISLANDS 

2,5005,000 
Chrlstiansted 4,112 

10,00025,000 

Charlotte Amalie 11,469 



WASHINGTON 

2,5005,000 

Buckley 2,705 

Camas 4,725 

Cheney 2,797 

Colfax 8067 

College Place 8,174 

Colville 3,088 



Dayton 2,979 

Enumclaw 2,789 

Ephrata 4,689 

Fairview 8,309 

Fruitvale 8.654 

Grand Coulee 2,741 

Grandview 2,603 

Kent 8,278 

Kirkland 4,713 

Lake Stevens 2,586 

Mason City 2,606 

Medical Lake 4,488 

Moses Lake 2,679 

North Richland 8.607 

Omak 8.791 

Prosser 2,686 

Raymond 4,110 

Sedro Woolley 8,299 

Snohomlsh 8,094 

South Broadway 8,229 

Sumner 2,816 

Sunnyside 4,194 

Tumwater 2,726 

Wapato 8,186 

6,OOO 10,000 

Anacortes 6,919 

Auburn 6,497 

Centralia 8,667 

Chehalis 6,689 

Clarkston 6,617 

Ellensburg 8,480 

Kelso 7,345 

Mount Vernon 6,280 

Port Townsend 6,888 

Shelton 6,046 

Toppenish 6,266 

10,000 25,000 

Aberdeen 19,653 

Hoquiam 11,123 

Kennewick 10,106 

Longview 20,389 

Olympia 15.819 

Pasco 10,228 

Port Angeles 11,288 

Pullman 12,022 

Puyallup 10,010 

Renton 16,039 

Richland 21.809 

Walla Walla 24,102 

Wenatchee 18.072 

25,000 60,000 

Bellingham 84,112 

Bremerton 27,678 

Everett 88.849 

Vancouver 41,664 

Yakima 88,486 

100,000 or More 

Seattle 467,591 

Spokane 161.721 

Tacoma 148,678 



WEST VIRGINIA 

2,500 5,OOO 

Benwood 8,485 

Charles Town 8,035 

Chesapeake 2.566 

Chester 8,758 

Follansbee 4,486 

Institute X 8,000 

Kenova 4,320 

Keystone 2,594 

McComas 2,999 

McMechen 8,615 

Mannington 8,241 

Marmet 2,515 

Montgomery 8,484 

Mount Hope 2,588 

Mullens 8,470 

New Martinsville 4.084 

Nitro 8,814 

Oak Hill 4,618 

Paden 2,688 

Philippi 2,681 

Piedmont 2,565 

Point Pleasant 4,696 

Salem 2,678 



Population 

Shinnston 2.79* 

Spencer 2,587 

Sprague 2,626 

War 8,992 

Westover 4,818 

White Sulphur Springs 2,648 
Williamstown 8,837 

5,00010,000 

Buckhannon 6,016 

Dunbar 8,082 

Elkins 9,121 

Grafton 7,865 

Hinton 6.780 

Keyser 6,867 

Logan 6,079 

Princeton 8,279 

Richwood 6,821 

Saint Albans 9,870 

Vienna 6,020 

Welch 6,608 

Wellsburg 6,787 

Wee ton 8,945 

Williamson 8,624 

10,000- 25,000 

Beckley 19.897 

Bluefleld 21,606 

Martinsburg 15,621 

Moundsville 14,772 

South Charleston 16,686 

South Parkers burg .... 10,808 

Weirton 24,006 

25,00060,000 

Clarksburg 82,014 

Fairmont 29,848 

Morgan town 25,625 

Parkersburg 29,684 

60,000 10O,OOO 

Charleston 78,601 

Huntington 86,858 

Wheeling 58,891 



WISCONSIN 

2,5006,000 

Algomo 8,884 

Allouex 4,094 

Black River Falls 2,824 

Berlin 4,693 

Bloomer 2,656 

Burlington 4,780 

Cedarburg 2,810 

Clintonville 4,657 

Columbus 8,250 

Delavan 4,007 

Dodgeville 2,632 

Edgerton 8 A 507 

Elkhorn 2,986 

Evansville 2,581 

Fox Point 2,585 

Greendale 2,752 

Hartford 4,649 

Horicon 2,664 

Hudson 8,435 

Hurley 8,034 

Jefferson 8,625 

Kewaunee 2,588 

Kimberly 8.179 

Ladysmith 8,924 

Lake Geneva 4.800 

Lakemills 2,516 

Lancaster 8,266 

Little Chute 4,152 

Mauston 8.171 

Mayville 8,010 

Medford 2.799 

Monona 2,544 

Neillsville 2.663 

New London 4.922 

New Richmond 2,886 

Onalaska 2,561 

Park Falls 2,924 

Perrygo Place 8,818 

Plymouth 4,648 

Port Washington 4,755 

Reedsburg 4,072 



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Richland Center 4,608 

River Falls 8.877 

Sheboygan Falls 8,599 

Spooner * 2,597 

Stoughton 4,888 

Tomah 4,760 

Tomahawk 8,534 

Viroqua 8,796 

Waupaca 8,921 

5,00010,000 

Antigo 9,902 

Baraboo 7,264 

De Pere 8.146 

Fort Atkinson 6,280 

Kaukauna 8,387 

Menomonie 8.245 

Merrill 8.961 

Monroe 7.087 

Oconomowoc 5,845 

Oconto 5,055 

Platteville 6,751 

Portage 7,334 

Prairie Du Chien 6,892 

Preble 5,092 

Rhinelander 8,774 

Rice Lake 6,898 

Ripon 6,619 

Shawano 5,894 

Sparta 6,893 

Sturgeon Bay 7,054 

Waopun 6,726 

West Bend 6,849 

West Milwaukee 6,429 

Whitewater 5,101 

10,00025.000 

Ashland 10,640 

Beaver Dam 11.867 

Chippewa Falls 11,088 

Cudahy 12.182 

Janesville 24,899 

Marinette 14,178 

Marshfleld 12,394 

Menasha 12,885 

Neenah 12,437 

Shorewood 16,199 

South Milwaukee 12.855 

Stevens Point 16,564 

Two Rivers 10,243 

Watertown 12,417 

Waukesha 21,233 

Whiteflsh Bay 14,665 

Wisconsin Rapids 18,496 

25,OOO 40,000 

Appleton 84,010 

Beloit 29,690 

Eau Claire 86,058 

Fond du Lac 29,936 

La Crosse 47,535 

Manitowoc 27,598 

Oshkosh 41,084 

Sheboygan 42,865 

Superior 85,825 

Wausau 30,414 

Wauwatosa 83,324 

West Allis 42,959 

(Branch of Milwaukee P. O.) 

50,000100,000 

Green Bay 52,786 

Kenosha 64,868 

Madison 96,056 

Racine 71,198 

100,000 or More 
Milwaukee 687,892 



WYOMING 

2,500 4,000 

Buffalo 2,674 

Cody 8,872 

Douglas 2.544 

Evanston 8,868 

Green River 8,187 

Lander 8,849 



Lovell a.608 

Newcastle 8,895 

Powell 8,804 

Riverton 4,142 

Thermopolis 2,870 

Torrington 8,247 

Worland 4,202 

5,00010,000 
Rawlins 7.415 

10,000 -25,000 

Casper 28,678 

Laramie 15.681 

Rock Springs 10,857 

Sheridan 11.500 

25,00050,000 
Cheyenne 31.985 

CANADA 

(Canadian Census. 1966) 



ALBERTA 

2,5005,000 

Beverly 4,602 

Cardston 2.607 

Drayton Valley 2.588 

Drumheller 2.632 

Edson 2,560 

Forest Lawn 3,160 

Fort Saskatchewan 2,582 

Lacombe 2,747 

Ponoka 3,387 

Stettler 3,359 

Taber 8,688 

Vegreville 2,674 

Wainwright 2,653 

Wetaskiwin 4,476 

5| 000 10,000 

Bowness 6,217 

Camrose 5,817 

Grande Prairie 6,302 

10,00025,000 

Jasper Place 16,957 

Medicine Hat 20,826 

Red Deer 12,338 

25,000 50,000 
Lethbridge 29,462 

100.00O or More 

Calgary 181,780 

Edmonton 226,002 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 

2,500 5,000 

Alberni 3,947 

Campbell River 3,069 

Courtenay 3,025 

Cranbrook 4,562 

Duncan 3,247 

Fernie 2,808 

Mission City 3,010 

North Kamloops ~. 4,398 

Port Coquitlam 4,632 

Port Moody 2,713 

Quesnel 4,384 

Revelstoke 3,469 

Rossland 4,344 

Westview X 8,507 

5,00010,000 

Chilliwack 7,297 

Daws on Creek 7,681 

Kamloopa 9,096 

Kelowna 9,181 

Kimberley 6,774 

Nelson 7,226 

Vernon 8,998 

10,00025,000 

Nan aim o 12,705 

North Vancouver 19,951 



Penticton 11,894 

Port Alberni 10,878 

Prince George 10,568 

Prince Rupert 10,498 

Trail 11,895 

25,000 50,000 

New Westminster 81,665 

50,000100,000 

Victoria 54,584 

100,000 or More 

Vancouver 365,844 

MANITOBA 

2,500 5,000 

Brooklands 8,941 

Neepawa 3,109 

Steinbach 2,688 

Swan River 2,644 

The Pas 3,971 

Virden 8.225 

5,000 10,000 

Dauphin 6,190 

Selkirk 7,413 

Transcona ^ 8,312 

10,00025,000 

Brandon 24,796 

Flin Flon 10,234 

Portage la Prairie 10,525 

25,000 50,000 

St. Boniface 28,851 

St. James 26,502 

1OO,OOO or More 
Winnipeg 255,093 



NEW BRUNSWICK 

2,500 5,OOO 

Dieppe 8,876 

Grand Falls 3,672 

Marysville 2,538 

Newcastle 4,670 

Sackville 2,849 

St. Stephen 3,491 

Sussex 3,403 

Woodstock 4,808 

5,000 10.0OO 

Rathurst 6,267 

Campbellton 8,389 

Chatham 6,332 

Dalhousie 5,468 

10,00025,000 

Edmundston 11,997 

Fredericton 18,303 

Lancaster 12,371 

25,00050,000 
Moncton 36,003 

50,000100,000 
St. John 62,491 



NEWFOUNDLAND 

2,5005,000 

Carbonear 3,955 

Channel-Port aux 

Basques 8,820 

Deer Lake 3,481 

Grand Falls X4.552 

Harbour Grace 2,546 

Stephenville 3,762 

Windsor 4,520 

5,00010,000 

Wabana 7,878 

10,00025,000 
Corner Brook 23,225 

50,000100,000 

St. John's 57,078 



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NOVA SCOTIA 

2,5006,000 

Antigonish 8,592 

Bridge water 4,446 

Dominion 2,964 

Kentville 4,937 

Liverpool 3,500 

Lunenburg 2,859 

Pictou 4,564 

Trenton 8,240 

Weatville 4,247 

Windsor 8,651 

5,000 10,OOO 

New Glasgow 9,998 

North Sydney 8,125 

Springhill 7,848 

Stellarton 5,445 

Sydney Mines 8,731 

Yarmouth 8,095 

10,00025,000 

Amherst 10,301 

Dartmouth 21,093 

Glace Bay 24,416 

New Waterford 10,381 

Truro 12,250 

25,00050,000 
Syndey 82,162 

50,000100,000 

Halifax 93,301 



ONTARIO 

2,5005,000 

Acton 3,578 

Almonte 2,960 

Amherstburg 4,099 

Aurora 8,957 

Aylmer 4,201 

Blenheim 2,844 

Blind River 3,633 

Bracebridge 2,849 

Burlington Beach 3,314 

Campbellford 3,425 

Carleton Place 4,790 

Clinton 2,896 

Cochrane 3,695 

Copper Cliff 3,801 

Delhi 8,002 

Dryden 4,428 

Dunnville 4 776 

Elmira 2,916 

Essex 8,348 

Exeter 2,655 

Fergus 3,677 

Gananoque 4,981 

Geraldton 3,263 

Gravenhurst 8,014 

Grimsby 8,805 

Haileybury 2,654 

Hanover 3,943 

Hespeler 3,876 

Huntsville 3,051 

Kincardine 2,667 

Kingsville 2,884 

La Salle 2,703 

Levack 2,929 

Listowel 3,644 

Lively 2,840 

Markham 2,873 

Mattawa 3,208 

Meaford 3,643 

Milton 4,294 

Napanee 4,273 

New Liskeard 4,619 

Niagara 2,740 

Orangeville 8,887 

Petrolia 8,426 

Picton ...~ 4,998 

Point Edward 2,558 

Port Dalhousie 8,087 

Port Dover 2,790 

Prescott 4,920 

Rockland 2,757 

St. Mary'a 4,186 



Sioux Lookout 2,504 

Stoney Creek 4,506 

Strathroy 4,240 

Streetsville 2,648 

Tecumseh 4,209 

Tilbury 8,138 

Walkerton 8,698 

Wingham 2,766 

5,00010,000 

Ajax 5,683 

Arnprior 5,137 

Bowmanville 6,644 

Burlington 9,127 

Cobourg 9,899 

Collingwood 7,978 

Dundas 9,607 

Fort Erie 8,632 

Fort Frances 9,006 

Georgetown 6,942 

Goderich 5,886 

Hawkesbury 7,929 

Ingersoll 6,811 

Kapuskasing 5,463 

Leamington 7,856 

Midland 8,250 

Merritton 5.404 

Newmarket 7,868 

Oakville 9,983 

Paris 6,604 

Parry Sound 6,378 

Penetanguishene 6,420 

Perth 6,145 

Port Credit 6,350 

Port Hope 7,622 

Preston 9,387 

Renfrew 8,634 

Richmond Hill 6,677 

Simcoe . 8,078 

Smith Falls 8,967 

Sturgeon Falls 5,874 

Swansea 8,696 

Thorold 8,063 

Tilsonburg 6,216 

Wallaceburg 7,892 

Weston 9,543 

Whitby 9,995 

10,OOO 25.0OO 

Barrie 16,851 

Belleville 20,605 

Brampton 12.587 

Brockville 13,885 

Chatham 22.262 

Cornwall 18,168 

Eastview 19,283 

Forest Hill 19,480 

Gait 23,738 

Kenora 10.278 

Kirkland Lake X 18,892 

Leaside 16.638 

Lindsay 10.110 

Long Branch 10,249 

Mimico : 13,687 

New Toronto 11,560 

Niagara Falls 23,563 

North Bay 21,020 

Orillia 13,857 

Owen Sound 16,976 

Pembroke 15,484 

Port Colburne 14,028 

Riverside 13,385 

St. Thomas 19,129 

Stratford 19,972 

Trenton 11,492 

Waterloo 16,378 

Welland 16,405 

Woodstock 18,847 

25,00050,000 

Fort William 89,464 

Guelph 83,860 

Kingston 48,618 

Peterborough 42,698 

Port Arthur 88,186 

Samia 48.447 

Sault Ste. Marie 87,329 

St. Catharines 89,708 

Sudbury 46,482 

Timmins 27,651 



50,000100,000 

Brantford 61,869 

Kitchener 59,562 

Oshawa 0,412 

10O,OOO or More 

Hamilton 239,626 

London 101,698 

Ottawa 222,129 

Toronto 667,706 

Windsor 121,980 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 

5,00010,000 
Summerside 7,242 

10,00050,000 
Charlottetown 16,707 



QUEBEC 

2,500 5,000 

Acton Vale 3,547 

Amqui 3,247 

Baie-Comeau 4.332 

Baie-St-Paul 4,052 

Bagotville 4.822 

Beloeil 3,966 

Berthierville 8,504 

Black Lake 3.686 

Boucherville 8,911 

Bourlamaque 3,018 

Brownsburg 8,412 

Causapscal 2,957 

Chambly 2,817 

Chandler 3,888 

Charny 8,639 

Chateauguay 3,266 

Clermont 2,628 

Courville 3,772 

Donnacona 4,147 

Dorion 3,089 

East Angus 4,239 

Greenfield Park 4,417 

Hampstead 4,366 

Huntingdon 2,995 

Ile-Perrot 2,600 

La Malbaie 2,817 

La Providence 3,826 

La Sarre 3,156 

L'Assomption 8,683 

Laval-Ouest 8,818 

Lennoxville 3,149 

L'Epiphanie 2,671 

Lorretteville 4,957 

Louisville 4,892 

Marieville 8,478 

Mistassini 2,912 

Naudville 2,894 

N.D.-de-Lorette 8,464 

Nicolet 8,771 

Pont-Rouge 2,631 

Price 8,140 

Princeville 2,841 

Richmond 8,849 

Riviere-du-Moulin 4,188 

Ste-Agatha-des-Monts.. 5,173 
Ste-Anna-de-Bellevue .. 8,647 
Ste-Marie-da-la- 

Beanee 8,094 

St-Ekear 2,689 

St-Eustache 8,740 

St-Felicien 4,152 

St-Gabriel-de Brandon., 8,266 

St-Georges W.C 8,648 

St-Georges 8,197 

St-Jean-Eudes 2,660 

St-Joseph 2,708 

St-Joseph-de-Soul 8,671 

St-Raymond 3,602 

St-Tite 8,183 

Temiscaming 2,694 

Terrebonne 4,097 

Trois-Pistoles 4,089 

Waterloo 4,266 

5,00010,000 

Amoe 6,145 

Asbestos 8,969 



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Aylmer 5,294 

Beacons field 6,496 

Beauhornois 6,774 

Beauport 6,735 

Buckingham 6,781 

Charlesbourg 8,202 

Coaticook 6,492 

Cote-St. Luc 5,914 

Cowansville 5,242 

Dolbeau 5,079 

Farnham 5,848 

Gatineau 8,423 

Gifford 9,964 

Iberville 6,270 

L'Abord-a-Plouffe 8,099 

Lachute 6,911 

Laprarie 5,372 

Le Mayne 5,662 

Mackeyville 9,958 

Malarctic 6,818 

Maniwaki 5,399 

Matane 8,069 

Megantic 6,864 

Mont-Joli 6,179 

Mont-Laurier 5,486 

Montmagny 6,405 

Montmorency 6,077 

Plessisville 5,829 

Pointe-a-Gatineau 6,175 

Pont-Viau 8,218 

Port Alfred 7,968 

Riviere-des-Prairies .... 6,806 

Riviere-du-Loup 9,964 

Roberval 6.648 

St-Eustache-sur-le-Lac .6,830 

St-Martin 6,440 

St-Pierre 6,276 

Ste-Rose 5,378 

St-Vincent-de-Paul 6,784 

Ste-Therese 8,266 

Sept-lies 6,692 

Tracy 6,542 

Val D'Or 9,876 

Windsor 6,886 



10,OOO25,000 

Alma 10,822 

Arvida 12,919 

Cap-de-la-Madeleine .. 22,948 

Chicoutimi 24,878 

Dorval 14,065 

Grand Mere 14,023 

Joliette 16,940 

Kenogami 11,309 

La SalJe 18,973 

La Tuque 11,096 

Lauzon 10,256 

Laval-des-Rapides 11,248 

Levia 18,644 

Longueuil 14,332 

Magog 12,720 

Mont Royal 16,990 

Noranda 10,328 

Pointe-aux-Tremblej .. 11,981 

Pointe-Claire 15,208 

Rimouski 14,630 

Rouyn 17,076 

Ste-Foy 14,615 

St. Hyacinthe 20,439 

St, Jean 24,367 

St. Jerome 20,645 

St. Lambert 12,224 

St. Michel 24,706 

Sillery 13,164 

Sorel 16,476 

Thetford Mines 19,611 

Valleyfield 23,584 

Victoriaville 16,031 

Westmount 24,800 

25,OOO 50,OOO 

Drummondville, East . 26,284 

Granby 27,095 

Hull 49,243 

Jacques -Cartier 33,132 

Jonquiere 25,550 

Lachine 34,494 

Outremont 29,990 

St-Laurent 38,291 

Shawinigan Falls 28,597 



50,000 or More 

Montreal 1,109,489 

Quebec 170,708 

Sherbrooke 58,668 

Trois Rivieres 50,488 

Verdun 78,262 

SASKATCHEWAN 

2,5006,000 

Humboldt 2,918 

Kamsack 2,848 

Kindersley 2,672 

Lloydminster X 3,988 

Melfort 8,822 

Melville 4,948 

Nipawin 8,887 

5,00010,000 

Estevan 6,264 

North Battleford 8,924 

Weyburn 7,684 

Yorkton 8,256 

10,000 25,000 

Prince Albert 20,368 

Swift Current 10,612 

25,000 5O,OOO 

Moose Jaw 29,608 

6O,OOO 100,000 

Regina 89,755 

Saskatoon 72,858 



YUKON TERRITORY 

2,500 or Mora 

Whitehorse 2,570 



NORTHWEST TERRITORIES 

2,500 or More 

Yellowknife X2,724 



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ALABAMA 

Population 3,061,748 (U. S. Census, 1950) 
State Capital, MONTGOMERY 

Alabama is bounded on the north by Tennessee, east by Georgia and Florida, south by Florida 
and the Gulf of Mexico, and west by Mississippi. Its extreme length, north to south, is 336 miles; 
its breadth varies from 150 to 200 miles. The total land area is 61,078 square miles. 

The Allegheny range enters the state at the northeast and extends toward the center, finally 
losing itself in mere hills; then follows a tract of rolling prairies interspersed with pine barrens 
and rich alluvial bottom lands. These bottom lands include the black belt region, one of the 
greatest cattle producing districts in the world. From this region to the Florida border and the 
Gulf the land is gently undulating and is covered with forests. 

The mountain districts and the valley of the Tennessee are covered with fine forests of hard- 
wood timber. The mineral region occupies the northeastern part, while the northwest is a good 
agricultural and stock raising country. The climate is temperate and fairly uniform. The Weather 
Bureau at Montgomery gives the temperature (annual monthly mean) at 65.8; highest degree on 
record, 107; lowest 5. Total annual precipitation is 51.33 inches. 

Much of the state's foreign commerce passes through Mobile, exports from which port were 
valued at approximately $158,000,000 in 1957. Birmingham, "the Pittsburgh of the South" is in 
the center of the mining industry. The largest institution of higher education in the State is the 
University of Alabama, located at University (Tuscaloosa). 

POPULATION 

Rank among the states (1950), seventeenth. Rural residents (1950), at 43.4%. In 1950, of 
the 8,061,743 total population, 2,079,500 were white; 982,243 were non-white. 

AGRICULTURE 

Number of farms (1950), 211,512. Farm acreage, 20,888,784. Average acreage per farm, 
98.8. Average value per farm, $4,624. Farms selling products over $10,000 in value, 2,918. 

Cash receipts from farm marketings (1957), crops, $184,999,000; livestock and products 
(includes meat animals, dairy products, poultry and eggs), $220,178,000. 

Value of sales of chief crops (1957) : cotton (value of production), $78,644,000, rank, sixth; 
corn, $16,648,000; peanuts, $12,516,000, rank, fifth; cottonseed (value of production), $9,954,- 
000, rank, sixth; soybeans, $5,006,000; potatoes, $4,320,000; wheat, $3,124,000; hay, $987,000; 
sweet potatoes, $943,000; oats, $585,000; velvet beans (value of production), $360,000; tobacco 
(value of production), $198,000; cowpeas, $112,000. 

Value of sales of fruits (noncitrus) (1957) : peaches, $1,066,000; strawberries, $424,000. 

Farm value of animals on farms (1-1-58) : all cattle and calves, $130,752,000; hogs and pigs, 
$19,716,000; horses and mules, $8,190,000, rank, tenth; all sheep and lambs, $1,430,000. 

Cash receipts from poultry (1957): chickens (farm and commercial broilers), $60,866,000, 
rank, fourth; eggs, $22,990,000; turkeys. $770,000. 

Cash receipts from dairy products (1957) : all milk and cream, $34,808,000. Total milk produc- 
tion on farms, 1,162,000,000 Ibs. Dairy products H957) : American cheese, 3,133,000 Ibs.; 
creamed cottage cheese, 1,014,000 Ibs.; ice cream, 8,369,000 gallons. 

FISHERIES 

Marine and costal rivers catch (1956), 12,320,000 Ibs.; $2,887,000 value. Principal fish: 
shrimp, oysters, red snappers, mullet. Mississippi River tributaries catch (1956), 12,458,000 Ibs.; 
$787,000 value. 

FORESTS AND FURS 

Total lumber production (1953), 1,485 million feet, b.m. Principal woods: southern yellow 
pine, oak, red gum, yellow poplar, black and tupelo gum, hickory, cottonwood and aspen, 
sycamore, beech, elm, ash, maple. 

Fur animals (1957-58): number of pelts taken, 12,939. Estimated total value, $1,660. 
Principal furs : mink, muskrat, beaver. 

MANUFACTURES 

Statistics for 1954: value added by manufacture, $1,317,569,000. Leading industry groups: 
primary metal industries, textile mill products, food and kindred products. Total expenditures 
for new plant and new equipment, $83,466,000. 

Final figures for value added by manufacture in each of the leading industry groups are avail- 
able through Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

MINERALS 

Value (1961), $164,279,000. Principal mineral products in order of value: coal, iron ore, 
cement, stone. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Number of telephones (1-1-58), 708,600. Motor vehicles registered (Sept., 1958 est.), 
1,143,000. Number of post offices (1957), 793. Number of retail stores (1954). 26,151; sales, 
$2,107,943.000. 

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County, Location on Map and County Seat Pop. 

1 Autauga (C). Prattville 18.186 

2 Baldwin (SW), Bay Minette 40.997 

3 Barbour (SE), Clayton and 

Eufaula 28,892 

4 Bibb (C). Centerville 17,987 

5 Blount (N), Oneonta 28,976 

6 Bullock (SE), Union Springs 16,054 

7 Butler (S). Greenville 29,228 

8 Calhoun (NE). Anniston 79,639 

9 Chambers (E). Lafayette 89,628 

10 Cherokee (NE), Centre 17,634 

11 Chilton (C). Clanton 26,922 

12 Choctaw (SW). Butler 19,162 

18 Clarke (SW), Grove Hill 26,648 

14 Clay (E), Ashland 13,929 

16 Cleburne (NE), Heflin 11,904 

16 Coffee (SE), Elba and Enterprise 80.720 

17 Colbert (NW), Tuscumbia 89.661 

18 Conecuh (S), Evergreen 21,776 

19 Coosa (C), Rockford 11,766 

20 Covington (S), Andalusia 40.370 

21 Crenshaw (S). Luverne 18,981 

22 Cullman (N), Cullman 49,046 

28 Dale (SE). Ozark 20,828 

24 Dallas (S). Selma 66.270 

26 De Kalb (NE), Fort Payne 46,048 

26 Elmore (C), Wetumpka 31,649 

27 Escambia (S), Brewton 31,443 

28 Etowah (NE). Gadsden 93.892 

29 Fayette (NW). Fayette 19.888 

30 Franklin (NW). Russellville 25.706 

31 Geneva (SE), Geneva 25,899 

32 Greene (W), Eutaw 16,482 

38 Hale (W), Greensboro 20,832 

34 Henry (SE), Abbeville 18,674 



LIST OF COUNTIES 
Total number of counties 67 

County, Location on Map and County Seat Pop. 

35 Houston (SE), Dothan 46,622 

86 Jackson (NE), Scottsboro 88,998 

37 Jefferson (C), Birmingham 668,928 

38 Lamar (NW), Vernon 16,441 

39 Lauderdale (NW), Florence 64,179 

40 Lawrence (N), Moulton 27,128 

41 Lee (E), Opelika 46,078 

42 Limestone (N), Athens 86,766 

43 Lowndes (S), Haynesville 18,018 

44 Macon (E), Tuskegee 80,661 

45 Madison (N), Hunts ville 72,908 

46 Marengo (W), Linden 29.494 

47 Marion (NW), Hamilton 27,264 

48 Marshall (N), Guntersville 45,090 

49 Mobile (SW), Mobile 231,106 

60 Monroe (S), Monroeville 25,732 

61 Montgomery (S), Montgomery 138,965 

52 Morgan (N), Decatur 62.924 

53 Perry (C). Marion 20,439 

54 Pickens (W), Carrollton 24,849 

55 Pike (SE), Troy 80,608 

56 Randolph (E), Wedowee 22.518 

57 Russell (E), Phenix City and 

Scale 40,864 

68 St. Clair (N), Pell City 26.687 

59 Shelby (C), Columbiana 80,362 

60 Sumter (W), Livingston 28,610 

61 Talladega (C), Talladega 63,689 

62 Tallapoosa (E), Dadeville 86,074 

68 Tuscaloosa (W), Tuscaloosa 94,092 

64 Walker (N), Jasper 63.769 

65 Washington (SW), Chatom 15,612 

66 Wilcox (SW), Camden 23,476 

67 Winston (N), Double Springs 18,260 



ALABAMA NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL STATISTICS 



Newspapers 

Period of Issue Number 

Daily 18 

Evening dailies (15) 

Morning dailies (3) 

Daily, with Sunday edition (14) 

Semi-weekly 6 

Weekly 119 

Free or partly free dist wklies. (2) 

Total Newspapers 143 



Periodicals 

Period of Issue Number 

Weekly .. 9 

Fortnightly 3 

Monthly 22 

Bi-monthly 4 

Quarterly 3 

6 ti. during academic yr 1 

7 ti. during academic yr 1 

Total Periodicals 43 



Total number of publications .......................................................................... 186 

County seats (indicated by t) having publications .. .. 65 

Total number of towns having publications .................................................. 107 

For Circulation figures for dally papers see also Dally Newspaper Liat in back of Directory. Occasionally It U 
possible to incorporate a later figure in that list. 

Cire 



E$tab CoIs^WidthVDepth Sub 
ABBEVILLEf (H7), pop. 2,162; Henry Co. (SE). 28 m NE of Dothan. ACL RR. Saw 

mills ; cotton gins ; shirt factory. Agriculture. Cotton, corn. 
Herald-f- ................................... Thursday ........ Democratic ......... 1912 7 24 280 2.00 

J. E. Dodd, Editor and Publisher. 

ALBERTVILLE (F2), pop. 5,397; Marshall Co. (N). 21 m NW of Gadsden. LAN RR. 

Manufactures cottonseed products, woven fabrics, lumber, electric heaters, 

aluminum awnings. Hatcheries. Hardwood timber. Agriculture. Poultry, cotton, 

corn. 

Herald-f .................................. Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1897 7 24 280 2.00 

Jack Thompson, Editor; Jack and James Thompson and Frank Reed, Publishers. 

801 8.60 



JTues. AThurs.Independent ..... 1955 8 
Jesse A. Culp, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 411. 



22 



1,800 



2,874 
3,601 



ALEXANDER CITY (G4%), pop. 6.430 (special U. S. Census 6-16-56, gives 12,473) ; 
Tallapoosa Co. (E). 50 m NE of Montgomery* CG RR. Airport. Manufactures 
cotton and knit goods, yarn, caskets, sashes, doors, lumber, creamery products, 
pipe, beverages. Cotton gins; grist mills. Pine timber. Agriculture. Coottn. corn, 
dairy cattle. 
Outlook 4- ................................. Tues. ft Fri.... Democratic .......... 1892 8 24,^94 8.00 *3,095 

J. C. Henderson, Editor; Outlook Publishing Co., Court Square, ^& 

ANDALUSIAf (E8), pop. 9,162 (special U. S. Census 10-31-57, gives IftjK) ; Coving- 
ton Co. (S). 84 m W of Dothan. CG; LAN RRs. Manufactures lumber, shirts, un- 
derwear, caskets, fertilizer, furniture, cotton, oil, soft drinks; naval stores. Pine 
timber. Agriculture. Cotton, potatoes. 
Star-News-f ....................... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1917 8 24 808 2.60 4,714 

Ed. Dannelly, Editor; Andalusia Publishing Co., Inc., P. O. Box 471. 

Circulation **Spt. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
|P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPubUsfcer's Report; Light face, estimated, -f Uses Mats. * Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCoantr seat. Population 1950 Census. xRamf McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fos. 

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ANNlSTONt (G3), pop. 81,066; Calhoun Co. (NE). 60 m NE of Birmingham. LAN; 
SOU RRa. Manufactures cast iron soil pipe and fittings, cotton cloth, yarn, 
underwear, ribbon, hosiery, valves, fire hydrants, electronic tubes, chemicals, 
soap, creamery products, farm implements, concrete products, wood products, 
asphalt. Foundries; bottling works. Clay pits; timber; iron ore. Three banks; 
bank deposits (6-30-58), $46,665,717. 22,062 electric meters; 14,467 gas (nat.) 
meters; 20,858 telephones. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay, livestock, dairying, 
poultry. 



Circ 



8t.r+ 



.. 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
Harry M. Ayers. Publisher. 



Sunday circ. **19,432 



3,640 
53,640 



1,900 



2,167 



2,060 

360 
7,830 



ARAB (F2), pop. 1,592; Marshall Co. (N). 60 m NE of Birmingham. Nearest railroad 
station, Guntersville. L&N RR. Cold storage plant; nursery. Agriculture. 
Poultry, corn, cotton. 

Journal -|- Thursday Democratic 1957 7 24 280 2.00 2,800 

Glenn Hewett, Editor; O. H. Finney, Jr. and J. E. Folsom, Publishers, 
128 Main St. 

Tribune* Thursday Independent l968 8 24 297 2 j 2 8 oO-&ee 

Ewell H. Reed, Editor and Publisher, 324 N. Main St. 
ASHLANDf (G4), pop. 1,593; Clay Co. (E). 57 m S of Gadsden. Railroad station, 

Lineville. ACL RR. Cotton gins; shirt, children's dress factories. Pine timber. 

Agriculture. Dairying, poultry, cotton, hay. 
Progress-f Thursday Democratic 1909 7 24 280 2.00 $1,264 

Mrs. R. M. Ussrey, Editor; C. L. Proctor, Publisher. 

ATHENSf (El), pop. 6,809; (special U. S. Census 1-18-56, gives 7,800) ; Limestone Co. 

(N). 13 m N of Decatur. L&N RR. Cotton gins; grist, saw mills. Athens College. 

Pine, oak timber. Agriculture. Cotton, hay, corn, dairying. 

| Alabama Courier -f Thursday Democratic 1880 8 24 287 4.00 

i Limestone Democrat-f Tuesday Democratic 1891 8 24 287 4.00 

* M. Beasley Thompson, Editor; Steele McGrew, Publisher. 

ATMORE (C8M$), pop. 5,720 (special U. S. Census 4-22-64, gives 6.331); Escambia 
Co. (S). 46 m NE of Mobile. SLSF; L&N RRs. Saw, silk mills; cotton gin; 
bottling works. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, soybeans, potatoes. 

Advance-f Thursday Independent 1927 7 24 280 2.50 

Philip Sokel. Editor; M. L. Ritchie, Publisher, 214 N. Main St. 

ATTALLA (F2%), pop. 7,537; Etowah Co. (NE). 10 m W of Gadsden. L&N; SOU RRs. 
Manufactures bricks, castings, bedspreads, cotton rugs and yarn, fertilizer. 
Agriculture. Cotton, corn, cattle. 

Etowah News-Journal Thursday Independent 1945 7 24 280 2.50 

J. Paul Milea, Editor and Publisher. 

AUBURN (G5), pop. 12,939; Lee Co. (E). 52 m NE of Montgomery. A&WP&W RR. 
Airport. Textile, feed, planing mills ; Venetian blind, cotton goods, handle fac- 
tories ; hatchery; cotton gin. Alabama Polytechnic Institute. Pine timber. Agri- 
culture. Livestock, cotton, corn. 

Lee County Bulletin -f Thursday Ind. Dem 1937 8 24 294 3.00 

Neil O. Davis, Editor; Bulletin Publishing Co., Inc. 

Plainsman V Wednesday Collegiate 1879 Controlled free dis 

Students of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Editors and Publishers. 

BAY MINETTEf (C9), pop. 3,732 (special U. S. Census 7-29-54, gives 4,184); 
Baldwin Co. (SW). 23 m NE of Mobile. L&N RR. Manufactures pants, naval 
stores, baskets, lumber, furniture. Pine timber. Potatoes, corn, hay, cotton. 

Baldwin Times -h Thursday Democratic 1888 7 24 280 3.50 3,151 

E. R. Morrissette, Jr.. Editor: J. H. Faulkner, Publisher. 

BESSEMER (E4). pop. 28,445; Jefferson Co. (NC). 12 m SW of Birmingham. SOU; 
SLSF; L&N; ACL; SAL; BS; GM&O; 1C RRs. 

Manufactures soil pipe, fittings, steel products, naval stores, clay products. 
Foundries ; bottling, galvanizing works ; meat packing plant. Iron, coal mines ; 
limestone quarries. Two banks; bank deposits $16.500,000. Truck, dairy farms. 
Cotton, corn, potatoes. 

Advertiser-f Friday Independent 1887 7 24 280 2.00 1,845 

W. E. Miller. Editor; B. M. McElroy, Publisher. 

BIRMINGHAM! (E3%), pop. 826.037; Jefferson Co. (C). 160 m E of Atlanta. 
GM&O: CG; SLSF: L&N; SAL; 1C; ACL; BS: SOU RRs. Airlines: CAP; DAL; 
EAL; SOU. Important commercial center. Howard; Birmingham Southern; Miles 
(Negro) Colleges; private schools. Coal, iron ore mines: limestone quarries. 
Three TV stations. 

Manufactures Iron, steel and non-ferrous metals, cast iron pipes and plates, 
steel and tin plates, structural steel, bolts, nuts, pipe fittings, sheet metal, stoves, 
ranges, mining, ginning, road building machinery, chemicals, cement, coke, men's 
and children's clothing, cotton goods, caskets, food products, rock wool insula- 
tion, truck trailers, aircraft and auto parts, machine tools, tanks, attic fans, 
metal laths and furniture, electrical machinery, toys. Railroad shops. Twenty 
banks: bank clearings (1957), $11,280.992.046: deposits (4-30-58), $683,- 
800,000. 193,386 electric meters; 123,124 gas meters; 210,293 telephones. 

Alabama Baptist -f Thursday Baptist 1885 5 24 189 2.00 $94,000 

Dr. Leon Macon, Editor; Alabama Baptist State Convention, Publisher (3). 

i News Dlfret4- ...Wednesday Democratic 1986 5 24 192 2.60 

Betty jlanjShnsbn; Editor and Publisher, 2021 Sixth Ave., N. 

CiTOdation-HHkSept A B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IPO Statement* Bold face, sworn; tPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. * Nonpareil 
ras. 12 to Inch. T Agate linea. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNall* 
estimate Vlssned only during academic year. xSubscrlptkm included in membership fee. 

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_ , ,. n* *i,i /Purch. Agts. 1945 3 28 140 2.00 

Alabama Purchaser, The Monthly j of bout h ea st Controlled free dist. 

See also Associated Purchasing Publications, Cleveland, Ohio. 
George L. Wilson, Editor; Purchasing Agents Assn. of Alabama, Publisher, 
212 S. 22nd St. 

Baptist Leader (Negro) Thursday Baptist 1870 6 24 259 1.50 

Rev. W. H. Smith, Editor; Alabama Baptist Publication Board, 
1621 Fourth Ave.. N. (3). 

1956 2 28 



Cllt 
3,500 



106 x2.00 



1730 
$150 



Bulletin of Jefferson County ! Mthl Medical News 

Medical Society The-f ....j Montwy Medical xsews... Controlled free dist. 

E. B. Glenn, M.D., Editor; Jefferson Co. Medical Society, Publisher, 

1912 Eighth Ave. S., Box 2691. 
Eastern Sun -h Thursday Independent 1944 8 22 301 3.00 , .. 

Steve Mitchell, Editor; Arthur P. Cook, Publisher, 7216 First Ave., N. 6,505 Free 

Hilltop News V Friday Collegiate 1922 5 24 203x2.75 

Students of Birmingham-Southern College, Editors and Publishers 
Howard Crimson V Friday. Collegiate 1914 5 24 

Students of Howard College, Editors and Publishers (6). 
Industrial Press 4 .Thursday Independent 1931 8 24 

C. G. Thorn as on. Editor and Publisher, Ensley (8). 

Merchants Journal Monthly f&'Marl^et" 8 1919 8 28 

Milton R. Durrett, Ed.; Alabama Food Council, Pub., 1624-26 Sixth Ave. N. (4). 

Messenger + Saturday Legal 1930 6 24 252 1.00 

Eleanor Abercrombie, Editor and Publisher, 1005 Frank Nelson Bldg. 

M Advocate ^'! 8 .!?!!" JTuesday Methodist 1881 4 26 182 2.50 

T. P. Chalker"EditorV Methodist Christian Advocate, Publisher, 1801 N. 6th Ave. 

Mirror (Negro) . . .Saturday. ., .Independent .... 1938 7 24 280 3.50 

J. H. Williamson, Publisher, 1517 N. Fourth Ave. 



(4). 
205 xl.OO 

297 3.00 



4,625 



5,127 



140 xl.OO $4,700 



1,050 



50,000 



8 23 312 26.00^*184,893 
Sunday circ. 10.40**220,915 



8 23 312 26.00**94,889 



27 170 .50 
Combined circ.*l, 386,247 
Total unpaid dist. 20,739 



Charles A. Fell, Editor; C. B. Hanson, Jr., Publisher. 

Post-Herald-f Morn. ex. Sun.Independent 1871 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted In both dailies. 
Prints monthly supplement called Merchandising News. 
Birmingham Post Co., Publisher, 2200 Fourth Ave. (2). 

Progressive Farmer, The Monthly Agricultural 1886 

Subscription, 5 years, $2.00 ... 

Prints editions : Carolinas- Virginia, Georgia- Alabama-Florida, Mississippi- Arkan- 
sas-Louisiana, Kentucky-Tennessee, Texas. Space in editions sold separately. 

Clarence Poe, Editor; Progressive Farmer Company, Publisher, Commercial 

Realty Bldg. (2). 
Shades Valley Sun-f Thursday Independent 1945 

Arthur P. Cook. Publisher, 1830 29th Ave. So., Homewood. 
South Bi-weekly News of South.. 1936 

Hubert Baughn, Editor and Publisher, 505 Massey Bldg. 
Southern Labor Re view 4- Saturday Labor 1918 

A. H. Gather, Editor; A. H. Gather Publishing Co., 2501 7th Ave., S. (5). 
Southern Medical Journal Monthly Medical 1906 2 84 112 10.00 

R. H. Kampmeier, M.D., Southern Med. Assn., Pub., 2601 Highland Ave. (5) 
World-f (Negro) Tues.&Fri. Independent .1929 8 24 294 5.00 

E. O. Jackson, Editor; C. A. Scott, Publisher, 312 N. 17th St. (1). 

BOAZ (F2), pop. 3,078; Marshall Co. (N). 21 m NW of Gadsden. LAN RR. Twine, 
grist, lumbermills ; cotton gins ; bottling works ; cheese, cotton spread factories. 
Agriculture. Cotton, corn, poultry, dairying. 

Leader + Thursday Democratic 1906 7 24 280 2.00 

Leroy Sumners, Editor and Publisher. 



8 22 
3 28 



301 
133 



3.00 
4.00 



4 26 182 1.00 



*7,547 

26,405 

2,500 

12,703 

9,300 

51*850 



BREWTONt <D8). pop. 5,146; Escambia Co. (S). 60 m N of Pensacola, Fla. LAN RR. 
Manufactures paper, shirts, lumber, ribbon. Cotton gin; iron works. Timber. 
Agriculture. Cotton, livestock. 

Standard-h Thursday Independent 1886 7 24 280 6.00 **2,320 

W. Emmett Brooks, Editor; Standard Publishing Company. 

BRUNDIDGE (G7), pop. 2,605: Pike Co. (SE). 41 m NW of Dothan. ACL RR. Manu- 
factures peanut butter, lumber, veneer, feeds, gloves, peanut shellers. Cotton 
gins. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, peanuts, corn. 

Pike County Sentinel 4- Thursday Independent 1931 8 24 280 2.00 570 

Mrs. A. N. Hildreth, Editor; Glenn Jones, Publisher, Troy. 

BUTLERf (B6), pop. 659; (special U. S. Census 2-27-56, gives 949); Choctaw Co. 
(SW). 35 m SE of Meridian, Miss. Railroad station, Riderwood. AT AN RR. 
Cotton gin; saw mill. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, beans. 

Choctaw Advocate Thursday Democratic 1893 7 24 280 3.00 $1,100 

Matt L. Blount, Publisher. 

CAMDEN (D6%), pop. 931; Wileox Co. (SW). 60 m W of Montgomery. LAN RR. 
Saw, grist mills ; cotton gin. Agriculture. Corn, cotton. 

Wilcox Progressive Era 4- Thursday Independent 1887 7 26 801 2.00 

Stanley D. Godbold, Editor and Publisher. 

Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; JPublisber'i Report; Light face, estimated. 4 Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
em*. 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic rear. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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CARROLLTONt (B4), pop. 710; Pickens Co. (W). 30 m W of Tuscafoosa. AT&N RR. 
Lumber mill; cotton gin; cold storage plant. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, 
corn, potatoes. 

Pickena County Herald 4- Thursday Democratic 1849 6 24 280 2.50 

Jack M. Pratt, Editor; Herald Publishing Co. 

CENTREt (G2), pop. 1,672; (special U. S. Census 3-15-57, gives 2,018) ; Cherokee Co. 
(NE). 24 m NE of Gadsden. Railroad station, Colling viJle. SOU RR. Cotton gins; 
lumber, webb tape, jackets, pants manufactured. Agriculture. Cotton, cattle. 

Cherokee County Herald 4- Wednesday Democratic 1938 8 22 280 3.00 

Joseph Shaw, Jr., Editor and Publisher. 

CENTREVILLEf (D4%). pop. 1,160; Bibb Co. (C). 34 m SE of Tuscaloosa. GM&O RR. 
Lumber, grist mills; cotton gin; pulpwood. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn. 

Press-f Thursday Democratic 1879 7 24 280 3.00 

J. W. Oakley, Editor and Publisher. 

CHATOMt (B7%), pop. 609; Washington Co. (SW). 55 m N of Mobile. AT&N RR. 

Manufactures naval stores. Cotton gin. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, cane 

syrup, corn. 
Washington County News Thursday Democratic 1892 7 24 280 3.00 

Elsie Stallworth, Editor; N. B. Stallworth, Publisher. 
CHICKASAW (B9), pop. 4,920; Mobile Co. (SW). 6 m N of Mobile. Bank Mobile. 

AT&N; GM&O; SOU RRs. Airport. Brooms, mops, sheet metal manufactured. 
News 4- Thursday Independent 1948 7 24 280 3.00 

M. S. Howell, Editor and Publisher, Drawer U. 
CHILDERSBURG (F4), pop. 4,023; (special U. S. Census 7-31-56, gives 5,257); 

Talladega Co. (C). 40 m SE of Birmingham. CG; SOU RRs. Manufactures news- 
print, rayon fabrics, chemicals, lumber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, dairying. 
News4- Thursday Independent 1948 8 24 294 3.00 

E. E. Rozelle, Editor and Publisher. P.O. Drawer 277. 
CITRONELLE (B8), pop. 1,350; Mobile Co. (SW). 30 m NW of Mobile. GM&O RR. 

Manufactures lumber, turpentine. Health resort, mineral springs. Timber. Stock, 

truck farms. Cotton, corn. 
Call4- Thursday Democratic 1896 7 24 280 3.00 

Elsie Stallworth, Editor; N. B. Stallworth, Publisher. 
CLANTONt (E5). pop. 4,640; Chilton Co. (C). 37 m NW of Montgomery. L&N RR. 

Airport. Cotton, planing mills. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, strawberries, 

peaches, blueberries. 
Chilton County News 4- Thursday Democratic 1922 7 24 280 2.00 

R. M. Tucker, Editor and Publisher. 
Union-Banner 4- Thursday Republican 1892 6 26 280 2.00 

Prints a monthly section called In Rural Alabama. 

T. E. Wyatt, Editor and Publisher. 
CLAYTONf (H7), pop. 1,583; Barbour Co. (SE). 61 m SE of Montgomery. CG RR. 

Lumber, garments manufactured. Cotton gins ; peanut shelling plants. Pine 

timber. Agriculture. Cotton, peanuts, cattle. 
Record4- Friday Democratic 1871 7 24 280 2.50 

Alvin C. Bland, Editor; Mrs. W. L. Gammell. Publisher. 
COLUMBlANAt (E4), pop. 1,761; Shelby Co. (C). 30 m SE of Birmingham. L&N; SOU 

RRs. Cotton, lumber mills. Timoer. Agriculture. Corn, cotton. 
Shelly County Reporter 4- Thursday Democratic 1843 7 24 280 2.00 

Luther Fowler, Editor; Shelby County Printing and Publishing Co. 
CULLMANf (E2), pop. 7,523; (special U. S. Census 5-3-57, gives 8,437) ; Cullman Co. 
(N). 34 m S of Decatur. L&N RR. Manufactures lumber, cotton oil products, 

fertilizer, headings, staves. Hatcheries ; creamery. Pine, oak timber. Agriculture. 

Cotton, poultry, pimientos. 
Democrat 4- Friday Democratic 1901 

Robert Bryan, Editor; Cullman County Publishing Co., Inc. 
Times 4- Wednesday Democratic 1936 

Robert Bryan A Editor; Cullman County Publishing Co., Inc. 
Tribune-*- Thursday Independent 1874 

H. F. Arnold, Editor and Publisher. 
DADEVILLEt (G5), pop. 2,854; Tallapoosa Co. (E). 48 m NW of Columbus, Ga. CG 

RR. Lumber, grist, textile mills; garment factory; cotton gins. Timber. Agricul- 
ture. 
Record-f- Thursday Independent 1898 7 24 280 2.00 

H. Clay Pless, Editor and Publisher. 
DECATURt (Dl), pop. 19,974 (special U. S. Census 4-19-56, gives 22,551) ; Morgan Co. 

(N). On Tennessee River, 26 m SW of Hunts ville. L&N, SOU RRs. Manufactures 

cotton and cottonseed products, hosiery, brick, tile, bridge steel, sheet metal, 

copper tubing, leather soles and beltinpf. boxes, baskets, gasoline tanks, fertilizer. 

Shipyard; railroad shops; meat packing, poultry processing plants, bottling 

works. Timber. Cotton. TV station. 

n ii _!_ fKv K- ex - Sat -ftn*mnrr*H<. 1912 8 22 294 20.80 **13,154 

Dally + ISun.. Sun. M. DemocratIc Sunday circ.**13,147 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Barrett Shelton, Editor; Tennessee Valley Printing Company, Inc., Publisher. 
DEMOPOLIS (C5*/), pop. 5,004 (special IT. S. Onsus 3-6-58, gives 7,159); Marengo 

Co. (SW). 50 m W of Selma. SOU; SL&SF RRs. Manufactures cement, lumber, 

chairs, handles, cheese, staves. Pine and hardwood timber. Diversified farming. 

Cotton, corn, cattle. 
Times4- Thursdav Democratic 1905 7 24 280 2.50 

B. G. George, Editor; Demopolis Printing Company, Pub., 205 N. Strawberry St. 



8 24 294 2.00 
8 24 294 2.00 



7 24 280 2.00 



Circ 

1,473 

1,405 
2,362 

1,500 

1,635 

1,690 
1,000 

1,72S 

3,000 

$1,250 

1,461 

5,221 

7,322 

**3,020 

1,475 



Circulation fr^Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *Jane and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4 Uses Mats. ^ Nonpareil 
emt, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallr 
estimate. Vl*su*d only during academic year. xSuhscriptton included in membership fee. 

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DOTHAN t (H8), pop. 21,584 (special U. S. Census 5-19-56 gives 28,820) ; Houston Co. 
(SE). 95 m SE of Montgomery. A&SAB; ACL; H&S; CG RRs. Airline, EAL; 
SOU. Manufactures fertilizer, hosiery, cottonseed products, lumber, cooking oil, 
flour, vaults, mirrors, furniture, underwear. Bottling works ; meat packing plant. 
Agriculture. Cotton, peanuts, livestock. Three banks; bank deposits, $35,908,765. 



Clrc 



1902 8 



301 21.00**22,714 
Sunday circ. **24,406 



Color and comic atrip advertising accepted. 

N. C. Faulk, Editor; Ralph Nicholson, Publisher. 
Houston Herald + Thursday Democratic 1899 7 24 280 2.50 1,800 

H. Grady Wilkes. Editor and Publisher, 222 E. Troy St. 
Messenger 4- Saturday Independent 1953 5 24 281 1.00 

A. L. Pate, Editor and Publisher, Box 434. 
Tri-State News 4- Friday Democratic 1901 6 24 203 2.50 2,360 

L. P. Coe, Editor; Tri-State Publishing Co. 

ELBAt (F8), pop. 2,936; Coffee Co. (SE). 40 m NW of Dothan. ACL RR. Manufactures 
truck trailers, lumber. Cotton gins; meat packing plant. Pine, oak timber. 
Diversified farming. Cotton, peanuts, livestock. 

Clipper4- Thursday Independent 1898 7 24 280 3.00 2,000 

Thome Lane, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 486. 

ENTERPRISEf (G8), pop. 7,288 (special U. S. Census 12-3-58, gives 11,137); Coffee 
Co. (SE). 27 m NW of Dothan. ACL RR. Manufactures cotton and cottonseed 
products, lumber, concrete products, peanut butter and oil, soap, shirts, chil- 
dren's clothing, chenille goods. Meat packing, peanut shelling plants. Pine timber. 
Agriculture. Cotton, peanuts, corn, cattle, hogs. 

Ledger-f- Thursday Democratic 1898 8 24 294 3.00 3,487 

Roy Shoffner, Editor; Manuel Segall, Publisher, P. O. Box 172. 

EUFAULAt (H7), pop. 6.906 (special U. S. Census 4-18-56, gives 8,001) ; Barbour Co. 
(SE). On Chattahoochee River, 45 m S of Columbus. Ga. CG RR. Manufactures 
cotton cloth and yarn, ribbed shirts, cottonseed oil, infants' socks, lumber, 
soft drinks, bricks. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, peanuts, cattle. 

Tribune-f Tues.&Thurs.. Democratic 1929 7 24 280 4.50 2,340 

H. L. Upshaw, Editor; Tribune Publishing Company. 

EUTAWt (C5), pop. 2,348; Greene Co. (W). 30 m SW of Tuscaloosa. SOU RR. Airport. 
Lumber mills; cotton gin; apiary, cattle market. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, 



potatoes. 

Greene County Dem 
Richard K. Ma 



Democrat -f-... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1888 

rtin, Editor and Publisher, Box 270. 



24 280 2.50 1,283 



EVERGREEN! (E8). pop. 3,454; Conecuh Co. (S). 86 m N of Pensacola, Fla. L&N 
RR. Manufactures lumber, heading materials, bus bodies, wood products, 
garments. Cotton gins. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, peanuts, strawberries. 

Courant-f Thursday Democratic 1895 7 24 280 3.00 2,085 

R. G. Bozeman, Jr., Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 189. 

FAIRFIELD (E3%), pop. 13,177 (special U. S. Census 10-27-54, gives 14,186) ; Jeffer- 
son Co. (C). Adjoins Birmingham on the SW. L&N; BS; SLSF; SOU RRs. Manu- 
factures coal tar chemicals, tin plate, cotton ties, wire, sheet steel. Coal, iron 
mines; limestone quarries. Truck, poultry, dairy farms. 

Steel City Star + Friday Independent 1940 5 22 224 2.50 3,845 

D. Fred Short, Editor and Publisher, 5212 Valley Road. 

FAIRHOPE (C9%), pop. 3,354; Baldwin Co. (SW). On Mobile Bay, 15 m SE of Mobile, 
nearest railroad station. Bus connections. Saw mills; creamery; hatchery; pecan 
shelling plant. Summer and winter resort. Pine timber. Agriculture. Potatoes, 
sweet potatoes, corn. 

Courier-f Thursday Democratic 1894 8 24 273 3.00 1,950 

Frances Gaston Crawford, Editor; E. B. Gaston Estate, Publisher. 

FAYETTEt (C3), pop. 3,707; Fayette Co. (NW). 36 m NW of Tuscaloosa. SOU RR. 
Manufactures cotton, lumber, rugs, feed; bottling works. Pine and hardwood 
timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, poultry. 

Fayette County Times + Thursday Democratic 1940 7 23 280 2.50 3,502 

Lewis V. Mitchell, Publisher, Box 309. 

FLOMATON (DSy 2 ), pop. 1,036 (special U. S. Census 6-16-58, gives 1,480) ; Escambia 
Co. (C). 44 m N of Pensacola, Fla. L&N RR. Saw mills ; concrete pipe. Dye plant; 
foundry. Agriculture. Vegetables. 

Journal-f- Thursday Independent 1936 7 24 280 1.50 650 

L. Brooks O'Bannon, Editor and Publisher. 

FLORALA (F8%), pop. 2.713; Covington Co. (S). 55 m SW of Dothan. L&N RR. 
Saw, lumber mills ; peanut and tung oil plants ; garment, concrete block factories ; 
cotton gin; nursery. Lake resort. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, peanuts. 

News-f Thursday Democratic 1900 7 24 280 2.50 1,890 

B. S. Woodham, Editor; News Publishing Co. 

FLORENCE! (Cl), pop. 28,879 (special U. S. Census 5-10-55, gives 27,465). Lauder- 
dale Co. (NW). On Tennessee River, 40 m NW of Decatur. L&N; SOU RRs. 
Ceramic tile; aluminum screen wire, concrete blocks, cotton and knit goods mills ; 
marble and bottling works; creamery; stove foundry; packing house; hatchery. 
Florence State. Timber. Agriculture. 

Flor-Ala-f V Weekly Collegiate 1929 5 24 217 xl.50 

Students of Florence State College, Editors and Publishers. Controlled free dist. 

Herald-h Thursday Ind. Dem 1884 8 24 291 2.00 

Marcy B. Darnall, Editor; Darnall and May, Publishers. 



150 

5,000 

3,642 



Circulation fr*Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Noopamfl 
emi, 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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Girt 



Estab CoUO Width V Depth 
Evg.ex. Sun., noTlrtl%r . of ^ 1869 8 24 294 2i 

, Sun. Morn. Democratic Sunday circ. **9,862 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. Space sold in combination with 
Tri-Cities Daily of Sheffield. 
J. L. Meeks, Jr., Publisher. 

FOLEY (CIO), pop. 1,301 (special U. S. Census 1-25-55, gives 3,215). Baldwin Co. 

(SW). 25 m W of Pensacola, Fla. L&N RR. Fertilizer factory; grist mill. Pine 

timber. Agriculture. Irish and sweet potatoes, cucumbers, corn. 

f Baldwin News-Herald Thursday Independent 1922 7 24 280 2.50 150 

1 Onlooker. The-}- Thursday Independent 1907 7 24 280 3.00 3,000 

1 E. M. Howell, Publisher, Box C. 

FORT DEPOSIT (E6%), pop. 1,358; Lowndes Co. (S). 30 m SW of Montgomery. 
L&N RR. Lumber manufactured. Apiary. Timber. Agriculture. 

Lowndes Signal -*- Friday Democratic 1926 7 24 280 2.00 

S. Kenneth Perry, Editor; Perry Printing Co., Publisher. 

FORT PAYNEt (G2), pop. 6,226; De Kalb Co. (NE). 32 m N of Gadsden. SOU RR. 
Hosiery, saw mill ; brickyard ; bottling works ; cotton gins and warehouses. Pine 
timber. Agriculture. Cotton, poultry, apples, peaches. 

Times- Journal-}- Tues.&Thurs.. Independent 1827 8 24 280 7.50 

Doward N. Jones, Editor and Publisher, Box 460. 

GADSDENt (G2%), pop. 55,726; Etowah Co. (NE). On Coosa River, 60 m NE of Birm- 
ingham. SOU; L&N; TA&G RRs. Airline, SOU. 

Manufactures lumber, ribbons, monuments, fertilizer, auto tires and tubes, 
recapping rubber, vitreous sanitary fixtures, tractors, electric transformers, 
aluminum utensils and cutlery, wooden products, warm air furnaces, soil pipe, 
fittings, building materials, stoves, ranges, furniture, tile, wire fencing and 
garment hangers, textiles, yarns, cotton tie buckles, heavy steel and food 
products. Iron ore, coal mines, limestone quarries. For Attalla and Gadsden: 
six banks; bank deposits (6-23-58), $47,275,933. For Gadsden: 30,018 electric 
meters; 19,565 gas meters; 26,908 telephones. 
TimM . fEvg.ex.Sun., T . ~ 1867 8 22 311 23.40**24,769 

Times + ISun. Morn. Ind ' Dem Sunday circ. **24,44 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 
Gadsden Times Publishing Company. 

GENEVAf (G8%), pop. 3,579; Geneva Co. (SE). On Choctawhatchee River, 33 m SW 
of Dothan. L&N RR. Cotton yarn, veneer mills; shirt factory. Timber. Agri- 
culture. Corn, cotton, peanuts. 

Geneva County Reaper -f Thursday Ind. Dem 1899 8 21 280 3.00 2,264 

Joel P. Smith, Editor; C. D. Scott and Co., Publisher. 

GEORGIANA (E7), pop. 1,596; Butler Co. (S). 60 m SW of Montgomery. L&N RR. 
Uniform factory; saw, grist mill; cotton gin; Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, 
corn, peanuts, tobacco, cattle, hogs. 

Butler County News -f Thursday Democratic 1911 7 26 280 2.00 1,935 

R. W. Pride, Editor; Georgiana Printing Company, Publisher. 

GOOD WATER (F4%), pop. 1,227; Coosa Co. (C). 50 m N of Montgomery. CG RR. 
Saw mills ; casket factory ; cotton warehouse. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, 
corn, dairying. 

Enterprise-Chronicle Thursday Democratic 1898 8 24 294 1.75 1,120 

J. C. Henderson, Editor; Outlook Publishing Co., Inc., Alexander City. 

GREENSBOROf (C5). pop. 2,217; Hale Co. (W). 38 m S of Tuscaloosa. SOU RR. 
Lumber mills; cotton gins. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, dairying, hay. 

Watchman-f- Thursday Independent 1876 7 24 280 3.00 1,255 

Hamner Cobbs, Editor and Publisher. 

GREENVILLEf (E7), pop. 6,781; Butler Co. (S). 44 m SW of Montgomery. L&N RR. 
Cotton, lumber mills; trouser, fertilizer, glove, store fixture, factories: cotton 
gins; feed mill; apiary. Pecan shelling. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, straw- 
berries, radishes. 

Advocate-!- Thursday Democratic 1865 7 24 280 2.50 3,650 

J. G. Stanley, Editor; F. W. and J. G. Stanley, Publishers. 

GROVE HILLf (C7), pop. 1,443; Clarke Co. (SW). 85 m N of Mobile. Railroad station, 
Whatley. SOU RR. Furniture factory; saw feed, grist mills; cotton gin. Timber 
Agriculture. Livestock. 

Clarke County Democrat-!-.. ..Thursday Democratic 1856 7 24 276 2.00 4,250 

G. A. Carleton, Editor and Publisher. 

GUNTERSVILLEt (F2). pop. 5,253; (special U. S. Census 8-22-56, gives 6,131); 

Marshall Co. (N). On Tennessee River, 26 m NW of Gadsden. L&N RR. 

Manufactures cotton cloth, lumber, feed, houseboats. Agriculture, poultry. 
Advertiser-Gleam -f Wed.&Fri Independent 1880 7 24 294 3.50 **3,570 

Porter Harvey, Editor and Publisher. 
HALEYVILLE (C2), pop. 8,831; Winston Co. (N). 40 m S of Florence. 1C; SOU RRs. 

Cotton, lumber, grist mills ; lingerie, furniture factories ; cotton gins ; bottling 

works. Coal mines ; timber. Hatcheries. Agriculture. Cotton, cattle. 
Advertiser-!- Tnes.&Fri Independent 1912 5 24 224 3.50 3,802 

W. D. Smith, Jr., Editor ; Jay Thornton, Publisher. 

HAMILTONf (C2), pop. 1,623; Marlon Co. (NW). 80 m NW of Birmingham. Railroad 
station, Guin. SL&SF RR. Clothinjr factory. Saw, grist mills; cotton gins. Pine, 



oak timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, peanuts. 

Marion County News4- Thursday Democratic 1882 

Oscar Roden. Publisher, P. O. Box 37. 



5 24 224 2.50 1,426 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated, -f Uses Mats. ^Nonparefl 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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HARTFORD (G8H) pop. 1,655; Geneva Co. (SE). 95 m 8 of Montgomery. HAS RR. 
Manufactures ice, prepared feeds, shirts, pajamas. Saw and planing mills. 
Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, peanuts. 

News-Herald -f Thursday Independent 1954 7 23 273 2.00 1,750 

Olen A. Kelley, Editor and Publisher. 

HARTSELLE (El%). pop. 8,429; Morgan Co. (N). 12 m S of Decatur. L&N RR. 
Planing, saw mills ; wood products ; cotton gins. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, 
corn, hay. 

Enquirer-f Thursday Independent 1876 8 24 801 2.00 1,985 

Jack W. Hoffhaus, Editor and Publisher. 

HEADLAND (H8), pop. 2,091; Henry Co. (SE). 10 m N of Dothan. ACL RR. Cotton- 
seed oil, fertilizer, lumber, peanut products manufactured Pine timber. Agri- 
culture. Cotton, peanuts, hogs, corn. 

Wiregrass Farmer, The Thursday Democratic 1909 7 24 280 2.00 1,250 

J. Edward Dodd, Editor and Publisher. 

HEFLINf (G3), pop. 1,982 ; Cleburne Co. (NE). 15 m E of Anniston. SOU RR. Chenille 
products factory. Saw, planing mills; cotton gins. Yellow pine timber. Agricul- 
ture. Poultry, cotton, corn, hay. 

Cleburne News 4- Thursday Independent 1907 7 24 290 2.50 1,435 

Fred Eiland, Editor and Publisher. 
HOMEWOOD See Shades Valley Sun, Birmingham. 

HUNTSVILLEf (El), pop. 16,487 (special U. S. Census 2-4-66, gives 81, 475) ; Madi- 
son Co. (N). 85 m N of Birmingham. L&N; SOU RRs. Airlines: CAP; EAL. 
Manufactures cotton goods, sheet metal products, cottonseed oil, veneer, 
stoves, wire staples, picker sticks, brooms, farm implements, chlorine and caustic 
water-cress nurseries. Timber. Agriculture. Four banks; bank deposits 
$42,238,501. 
Thma 4- JEvg.ex.Sat.& Tt , n<>rrl 1910 8 22 801 20.80 **25,975 

mea + iSun., Sun. M. Ind - Dem Sunday circ.**25,241 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
Will C. Mickle, Editor; Jack Langhorne, Publisher. 

JACKSON (C7H), pop. 8,072 (special U. S. Census 11-3-54, gives 3,986). Clarke Co. 
(SW). On Tombigbee River, 68 m N of Mobile. SOU RR. Lumber, grist mills: 
tricot cloth, ladies underwear factories ; cotton gin ; apiary. Pine timber. Agricul- 
ture. Cotton, corn, sweet potatoes. 

South Alabamian-f (offset). ..Thursday Democratic 1887 6 22 224 2.50 $2,000 

J. Fred Nail, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 68. 

JACKSONVILLE (G8), pop. 4.751; Calhoun Co. (NE). 12 m N of Anniston. SOU RR. 
Cotton, grist, saw mills. State Teachers College. Diversified farming. Cotton, 
dairy products, cereals. 

Collegian -f-V Monthly Collegiate 1934 6 22 280 x J7.000 

Students of Jacksonville State College, Editors and Publishers. 

News-f- Thursday Democratic 1936 7 24 280 1.60 

R. K. Coffee, Editor and Publisher, 111 E. Clinton St. 

JASPERt (D3), pop. 8,589; Walker Co. (N). 85 m NW of Birmingham. 1C; AC; SL&SF; 
SOU RRs. Manufactures lumber, cotton cloth, hosiery, leather goods. Poultry, 
hatchery. Coal mines; timber. Agriculture. Cotton, cattle, vegetables. 

Mountain Eagle + Thursday Democratic 1872 8 23 294 3.00 11,845 

W. W. Gunter, Editor; Mountain Eagle Publishing Company. 

Walker County Times -f Thursday.. Democratic... 1933 7 24 280 2.00 196 

Bill Jones, Publisher. 12,904 Free 

LAFAYETTEf (G5), pop. 2,858; Chambers Co. (E). 40 m NW of Columbus, Ga. CG 
RR. Cotton, lumber, grist mills ; ladies' garments, cement block factory. Agricul- 
ture. Cotton, corn, potatoes. 

Sun 4- Wednesday Democratic 1880 7 25 287 2.60 1,950 

Bonnie Hand, Editor and Publisher. 
LANETT Valley Times-News See West Point, Ga. 

LEEDS (E3%). pop. 8,306; (special U. S. Census 1-6-56, gives 5,553) ; Jefferson Co. 
(C). 20 m E. of Birmingham. CG; SOU RRs. Lumber, milk bottle crates, cement, 
men's pants, rockwool insulation, steel wire products manufactured. Timber. 
Agriculture. Cotton, hay, corn. 

News-h Thursday Democratic 1939 7 24 280 2.50 

Edmund R. Blair, Editor and Publisher. 

LINDENf (C6), pop. 1,868 (special U. S. Census 12-1-63, gives 2,141); Marengo Co. 
(W). 60 m W of Selma. L&N; SL&SF RRs. Saw mill; cotton gins, garment fac- 
tory. Pine, hardwood timber. Agriculture. Cotton, hay, corn. 

Democrat-Reporter 4- .Thursday Democratic 1879 7 24 280 2.00 t956 

R. E. Sutton, Editor and Publisher. 

LINEVILLE (G4), pop. 1,548; Clay Co. (E). 25 m SE of Anniston. ACL RR. Lumber, 
saw, firrist mills; cotton gins; bottling works. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, 
corn, hay . 

Tribune-f- Thursday Ind. Dem 1902 7 24 280 2.00 

C. L. Proctor, Editor and Publisher. 

LIVINGSTON* (B5H), pop. 1,681; Sumter Co. (W). 36 m NE of Meridian, Miss. 
SOU RR, Lumber mill ; cotton gins. State Teachers College. Timber. Agriculture. 
Cotton, corn, hay, cattle. 

Livingston Life4- Monthly Collegiate 1930 6 28 234 x $650 

Students of State College, Editors and Publishers. 

Our Southern Home 4- Thursday Democratic 1865 7 24 280 2.00 787 

Richard K. Martin, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 270, Eutaw. 



Clrcalation A-A-Sept. AB.C. Statement; wJune and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; (Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to Inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNall* 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscriptlon included In membership fee. 

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LUVERNEf (F7), pop. 2.221; Crenshaw Co. (S). 45 m 8 of Montgomery. Railroad sta- 
tion, Brantley. CG RR. Cotton gins and warehouse ; bottling works ; lumber, grist 
mills. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, peanuts, corn. 

Journal and Mews -f Wednesday Democratic ..1888 7 24 280 3.50 82.458 

Mrs. Mary F. Reeder, Publisher. 

MARIONf (D5), pop. 2,822; Perry Co. (C). 28 m NW of Selma. SOU RR. Cotton gins; 

lumber, grist mills. Judson College (women), Marion Military Institute (men). 

Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, cattle, poultry. 
Times-Standard + Thursday Independent 1838 7 24 276 2.00 {1,250 

J. M. Wallace, Editor; Marion Publishing Company. 
Triangle, The V Monthly Collegiate 1924 5 24 210 1.00 600 

Students of Judson College, Editors and Publishers. 

MOBILEf (B9), pop. 129,009; (special U. S. Census 7-18-56, gives 173.849); Mobile 
Co. (SW). On Mobile River, 157 m NE of New Orleans, La. SOU; AT&N ; 
GM&O; L&N RRs. Airlines: EAL; CAP; NAL; SOU. Important seaport and a 
large shipbuilding and repair center. 

Commerce in cotton, lumber, coal, aluminum, tobacco, naval stores, citrus 
fruit, pitch pine, pecans, vegetables, cattle, hog raising. Principal manufactures : 
lumber, paper, textiles, ships, barges, roofing materials, petroleum products, 
drugs, dyewood extracts, heating and plumbing materials, oxygen and acetylene, 
soft drinks, rayon. Seafood canning; railroad shops. Five banks; clearings 
(6-30-58), $375,112,066; deposits (6-30-58), $248,934,991. 75,147 electric 
meters; 62,800 gas (nat.) meters; 88,353 telephones. Fish, shrimp, oyster 
fisheries. Resort. Two TV stations. 

Advocate (Negro) Thursday Independent 1011 6 28 266 1.60 

Jas R. Knox, Editor; Gulf City Printing Co., Publisher, 559 St. Michael St. (10). 

Beacon + (Negro) Saturday Democratic 1954 7 24 280 3.50 4,500 

Frank P. Thomas, Editor and Publisher, 415 Cedar St. 

Elevator World Monthly Elevator-Indus.. 1953 2 43 136 4.00 7,629 

W. C. Sturgeon, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 1641. 

Gulf Coast News Digest Wednesday Labor 1941 8 24 294 3.00 3,000 

Lillian J. Schermer, Editor and Publisher, 800 S. Royal St. 

Labor Journal .Friday Labor 1937 8 24 280 3.00 $4,O72 

Stanton Dann, Editor and Publisher. P. O. Box 949 (5). 

Masonic Monthly, The -f Monthly Masonic 1923 5 24 217 1.00 $5,300 

P. Guy King, Publisher, 800-A St. Michael St. 

Post-f Friday Independent 1927 7 24 280 2.50 897 

Tom E. Sharp, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 231. 

Press -f Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Dem 1929 8 

Press Register -f Sunday Ind. Dem 1813 8 

Register + Morn. ex. Sun. .Ind. Dem 1813 8 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. ._ _ _ . 

George Cox, Ed.; The Mobile Press Register, Inc., Pub., 304 Government St. (9). 
Springhillian, The-f V Bi-weekly Collegiate 1881 5 24 210 2.00 $1,300 

Students of Spring Hill College, Editors and Publishers. 

MONROEVILLEf (D7%), pop. 2,772; Monroe Co. (S). 65 m SW of Selma. MAR; 
L&N; SLSF RRs. Airport. Manufactures veneer, staves, furniture, trailers, 
silk garments. Cotton gins. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, potatoes. 

Monroe Journal -f- Thursday Democratic 1866 7 24 280 3.00 2,521 

Riley N. Kelly, Editor; J. H. Faulkner and Bill Stewart, Publishers. 

MONTEVALLO (E4), pop. 2,150; Shelby Co. (C). 30 m S of Birmingham. SOU RR. 
Brick and tile factory; saw mill; cotton gin. Alabama College (women). Coal 
mines ; pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay. 

Alabamian+V Bi-monthly Collegiate 1931 5 24 230 1.25 

Students of Alabama College, Editors and Publishers. Controlled free dist. $2,000 

Shelby County Times-Herald.Thursday Independent 1933 5 24 217 2.00 1,211 

Theda Wyatt Nordan, Editor; W. M. Wyatt, Publisher, Masonic Bldg. 

MONTGOMERY! (F6), pop. 106,525; Montgomery Co. (S). The State Capital. On 
Alabama River, 90 m SE of Birmingham. A&WP&W; ACL; L&N; SAL; CG; 
GM&O RRs. Airlines: EAL; DAL Large livestock market; distributing point for 
fertilizers. 

Manufactures lumber products, canned foods, fertilizer, textiles, sirup, chem- 
icals, plumbing and heating supplies ; cottonseed oil, soft drinks, pickles. Meat 
packers, railroad shops. Three banks; deposits (1-1-58), $129,213,021. 41,491 
electric (AC) meters; 35,680 gas (nat.) meters; 56,634 telephones. State 
Teachers College (Negro) ; Huntingdon College; Air University, Maxwell Air 
Force Base. TV station. 

(Advertiser -f- Every Morn. ...Independent 1828 8 
Grover C. Hall, Jr.. Editor ; R. F. Hudson, Jr., Publisher ( 1 ) . 
Alabama Journal-!- Evg. ex. SunIndependent 1888 8 
Color and comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. 
C. M. Stanley, Editor; R. F. Hudson, Jr., Publisher (1). 

Air University Quarterly ln.fo,i- A V !.*!/>*I 1947 l 54 102 2 - tMOO 

Review (no adv.) (Quarterly Aviation Controlled free dist. t!9,000 

Lt. Col. Kenneth F. Gantr, Editor ; U.S. A.F. Air University, Publisher, 
Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base. 

f Wildlife, 1929 3 26 133 



23 284 15.60 **69,23S 
Saturday circ. **63,816 
23 284 7.80**85,793 
23 284 15.60 **38,608 
Saturday circ.**34,911 



22 308 23.40**61,515 

Sunday circ. **79,033 

22 308 15.60**22,94S 



Alabama Conservation-!- Bi-monthly 4 Forestry. 

( State Parks 



Controlled free dist. 19,000 



George M. Kyle, Editor; Alabama Dept. of Conservation, Publisher, 711 High St. 



Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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Alabama Farm Bureau IM*M V f Agric. & Farm 1922 8 24 301 2.00 

News+ f Mommy {Bureau Controlled free dist. 67,662 

W. T. Maynor. Ed.; Century Editorial Service, Inc., Publisher, 201 Clayton St. 



[Municipal 

Alabama Municipal Journal.. .Monthly {Gov't 

[Activities 
Ed. E. Reid, Editor and Publisher, 24 S. Hull St. 



1943 



42 



140 
140 



5.00 



8,500 



[Monthly Rural Electric.... 1948 4 30 217 x.60 $100,225 

John W. Fori Editor; Ala. Rural Elec. Assn. of Co-ops., P. O. Box 2668 (6). 

Alabama School Journal -f V.. Monthly Educational 1921 3 25 140x4.00 $18,754 

C. F. Nelson, Editor; Alabama Education Assn., Pub., 422 Dexter Ave. (4). 

Home N ews & Record 4- Thursday Independent 1931 8 24 308 3.00 2,680 

W. E. Cleghorn, Editor and Publisher, 455 Julia St. (8). 

HO (Negro) d Fresnmore+V JBi-monthly Collegiate 1949 6 24 224 x 

Student's of Alabama State College, Editors and Publishers. 
Huntress-fV Bi-weekly, Thurs..Collegiate.... 19 14 5 24 210 1.00 

Students of Huntingdon College, Editors and Publishers (6). 

e A i Ca hm 8n * }Monthly Medical 1931 2 



700 






40 



Medical Association of the State of Alabama, Publisher. 17 Molton Bldg. 



26 140 3.00 
Controlled circ. 



Pulpwood Production & Sawl M .. lv ?v,r^t 1963 8 

Mill Logging -f jMonthly j**^ 

Charles E. Cline, Editor; Hatton, Brown & Co., Pubs., 458 S. Lawrence St. (1). 

Southern Farm and Home 4-.. Quarterly Farm & Home.., 1839 3 27 140 xl.OO 

Aubrey W. Williams, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 509. 

MOULTONf (Dl%), pop. l,884;Lawrence Co. (N). 20 m SW of Decatur. Railroad 
station, Decatur. L&N; SOU RRs. Cotton gins; saw mill; bottling works. Timber. 
Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay. 

Advertiser-t- Thursday Ind. Dem 1828 7 24 280 2.50 

Mrs. Dorothy Roberson, Editor; Arthur F. Slaton, Publisher. 

American Legionnaire 4- Monthly Veterans 1945 8 24 294x1.00 

Joe S. Lovett, Editor; The Moulton Advertiser, Publisher, 210 Main St. 

ONEONTAf (E3), pop. 2,802; Blount Co. (N). 36 m NE of Birmingham. L&N RR. 
Manufactures overalls, garments, lime, cement. Lumber, grist mills, cotton gins, 
hatcheries. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, hay, truck crops. 

Southern Democrat 4- Thursday Democratic 1894 7 24 287 2.50 

R. M. Howard, Editor; Southern Democrat, Publisher. 

OPELIKAf (G5), pop. 12,295; Lee Co. (E). 26 m NW of Columbus, Ga. CG; A&WP&W 
RRs. Manufactures cotton goods, cottonseed products, lumber, fertilizer. Bottling 
works; grist mills; creamery. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, dairying. 

News4- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Democratic 1904 8 24 280 6.00 

W,. H. Wilson, Editor; Opelika Daily News, Inc., Publisher. 

OPP (F8). pop. 5,240; (special U. S. Census 10-6-56, gives 5,089) ; Covington Co. (S). 
75 m S of Montgomery. L&N RR. Cotton sheeting, lumber manufactured. 
Agriculture. Hogs, cotton, peanuts. 

News4- Thursday Democratic 1921 7 26 304 2.50 

R. D. Burgess, Editor and Publisher. 

OZARKf (G7%), pop. 6,238; Dale Co. (SE). 22 m NW of Dothan. ACL; CG RRs. Manu- 
factures cotton cloth and yarn, cottonseed oil products, lumber. Peanut shelling 
plant. Ships hogs. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, peanuts, hogs. 

Southern Star4- .Thursday Democratic 1867 7 24 287 2.50 

John Q. Adams, Editor and Publisher. 

PELLCITYf (F3%), pop. 1,189; (special U. S. Census 10-6-56, gives 3,644) ; St. Clair 
Co. (N). On Coosa River, 32 m NE of Birmingham. SOU RR. Manufactures 
cotton goods, lumber, barrel heads. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn. 

St. Clair Co. News Ae^is 4- Thursday Ind. Agric 1873 8 24 304 2.50 

Edmund Blair, Editor and Publisher. 

PHENIX CITYf (H5 J /fc), pop. 23,305 (special U. S. Census 4-13-58, gives 26,961); 
Russell Co. (E). On Chattahoochee River, opposite Columbus, Ga. CG RR. Cas- 
kets, embalming supplies, lumber manufactured. Cotton gins. Pine timber. 
Farming. Dairying, vegetables. 

Herald4- (offset) Friday Democratic 1939 5 26 

Baxley Oswalt, Editor; Harold E. Poor, Sr., Publisher, 800 14th St. 

Phenix Citizen, The4- ^Thursday Independent 1955 8 22 

Julian S. Pinkson, Jr., Editor and Publisher, Box 105, Girard Station. 

Phenix-Girard Journal Friday Democratic 1908 6 26 

Isabel A. Moses, Editor and Publisher, 806 Fourteenth St. 

PIEDMONT (G8), pop. 4,498; Calhoun Co. (NE). 75 m NE of Birmingham. SOU; SAL 
RRs. Cotton yarn, lumber mills ; cotton gins. Iron mines ; mineral springs ; pine 
timber. Dairy, poultry, fruit, grain farms. 

Journal + . Wednesday Democratic 1907 7 24 280 3.00 

Austin Johnson, Editor and Publisher. 



2,043 

>1 1,794 
369,095 



2,475 

37,500 



3,420 



4,481 



3,210 



4,000 



242 2.00 2,540 



280 3.00 



280 



4,000 
2,500 Free 

2.00 



1,851 



Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Ues Mats. Nonpar*!! 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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MA _ , Eftab Cols0Width?Depth Sub 

PRATTVILLEf <E5% ), pop. 4,385 (special U. S. Census 9-4-58, gives 6,241) ; Autauga 

Co. (C). 12 m NW of Montgomery. GM&O RR. Cotton, textile, saw mills ; cannery. 

Cotton gin machinery, shirts manufactured. Timber. Agriculture. 
Progress -f ................................ Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1886 7 24 280 1.50 

Mrs. Harry M. Doster, Publisher. 

PRICHARD (B9), pop. 19,014; (special U. S. Census 6-5-57, gives 27,589) ; Mobile Co. 

(SW). Adjacent to Mobile. SOU; GM&O RR. Manufactures pulp, paper bags, 

lumber, turpentine, wood boxes, fertilizer. Meat packing plant; seafood cannery. 
Citizen-f ................................... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1928 7 24 294 2.00 

Daniel B. Sharp, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 3488. 
Herald-f ................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1952 7 24 280 2.00 

M. S. Howell, Publisher. 

ROANOKE (H4), pop. 5,392; Randolph Co. (E). 25 m NW of La Grange, Ga. CG; 

ACL RRs. Manufactures cotton and cotton products, fertilizers, clothing, lumber, 

syrup. Bottling works. Pine, hardwood timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, poul- 

try, dairying, cattle. 

Leader-}- ................................... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1892 7 24 280 2.50 

John B. Stevenson, Editor and Publisher. 

RUSSELLVILLEf (Cl%), pop. 6,012; Franklin Co. (NW). 20 m S of Florence. SOU 
RR. Cotton gins; grist mill; bottling works. Stone quarries. Agriculture. Cotton, 
corn, hay* 

Franklin Citizen-f . ..Tuesday . Independent ... 1915 8 24 308 3.50 

Franklin County Times-f ...... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1879 8 24 308 3.50 



Cirt 



...... ........ . 

Claude E. Sparks, Jr., Editor; C. E. Sparks, Jr. and A. F. Slaton, Publishers, 
Box 42. 

SCOTTSBOROf (Fl), pop. 4,731 (special U. S. Census 6-3-58, gives 6,052); Jackson 
Co. (NE). 40 m E of Huntsville. SOU RR. Manufactures bedspreads, men's 
underwear, bath mats, lumber. Bottling works ; cotton gins. Timber. Agriculture. 
Cotton, corn, hay. 

[ Jackson County Sentinel -f- ..... Tuesday .......... Independent ....... 1929 7 24 280 3.00 

\ Progressive Age-f .................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1887 7 24 280 3.00 

1 Guy H. Hollia, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 209. 

SELMAf (D6), pop. 22,840; (special U. S. Census 8-27-56, gives 27,575); Dallas Co. 
(S). On Alabama River, 42 m W of Montgomery. SOU; L&N; A&WP&W RRs. 
Airline, DAL. , , m 

Manufactures lumber, cottonseed oil and meal, cotton sacks., farm machinery, 

lawn mowers, cigars, men's pants, bricks, baseball bats, mattresses, creamery 

products. Cotton warehouses ; cotton gins ; bottling works ; railroad shops ; stock- 

yards ; slaughter house. Timber. Agriculture. Hay, livestock, cotton. 

_. ' , , <Kvg.ex.Sat.&~ mnrrAtic 1827 8 24 315 15.60 

Times-Journal -f ...................... [Sun., Run. M .Uemocratic ..... Sunday circ. 

Edward B. Field, Editor; Mrs. F. T. Raiford, Publisher. 

SHEFFIELD-TUSCUMBIA (Cl), pop. 17,501 (Sheffield, 10,767; Tuscumbia, 6,734); 
(special U. S. Census of Sheffield 9-29-55, gives 13,324) ; Colbert Co. (NWJ. On 
Tennessee River, 6 m SW of Florence. SOU; L&N RRs. Manufactures stoves, 
ranges, cast iron products, auto tubes, aluminum, brooms, syrup, mattresses. 
Bottling works. Timber; sand and gravel pits. Agriculture. Cotton. 

(Standard and Times + ............ Friday ............. Democratic ........ 1829 6 24 280 1.50 
01 i **.- ^ -i , fEvg. ex. Sun., n ^ *. 1907 8 24 294 23.40 

Tri-Cities Daily -f ................... I Sum Morn. ' l ^ mocratjc ..... Sunday circ. 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. Space sold in comb, with Times of 
Florence. 
J. L. Meeks, Jr., Publisher. 

SPRING HILL SprinKhillian See Mobile. 

SULLIGENT Lamar Democrat and Sulligent News See Vernon. 

SYLACAUGA (F4), pop. 9,606; Talladeg* Co. (C). 50 m SE of Birmingham. CG; 

L&N RRs. Manufactures cottonseed oil, cotton cloth, brick, lumber, fertilizer, 

soft drinks, caskets, mattresses. Cotton gins; marble quarries and finishing 

plants. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay. 

Advance-f ................................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1906 8 22 280 2.50 

Mrs. W. A. Moody, Editor; W. A. Moody, Publisher. 
News-f .................................... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1917 8 24 280 3.00 

J. V. Greer, Editor and Publisher, 100 N. Broadway. 

TALLADEGAt (F8Ms), Pop. 13.134; (special U. S. Census 3-3-56, gives 17,670); 
Talladega Co. (C). 24 m SW of Anniston. SOU; L&N; ACL RRs. Manufactures 
cotton yarn, denim, men's clothing, bags, soil pipe, fittings, textile machine 
parts, sawmill machinery, insecticides, lumber. Cotton gins; grist mills. 
Talladega College (Negro) ; State Schools for the Deaf and Blind. Timber. 
Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay. 

(Home-f- .................................... |& V Sun X ' Sat * Independent... 1909 8 23 294 12.00 
Home NewB-f .......................... Sunday ............ Independent ...... 1941 8 23 294 3.00 
Comic atrip advertising accepted. 
Cecil Hornady, Editor; The Talladega Publishing Co., Inc., 152 East St. N. 
Student V .................................. Ri-monthly ..... Collegiate .......... 1893 2 42 119 1.50 

Students of Talladega College, Editors and Publishers. 



51,586 
51,475 



2,436 



3,651 
3,651 



$4,962 
$4,962 



10,686 
10,666 



556 
**9,194 
**8,684 



4,300 
4,460 



3,641 
3,641 

$1.400 



Circulation **Sept. A B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. $> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to Inch. 7 Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallj 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscrtption included in membership fee. 

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Esttb Cols <$> Width ?Dtpth Sub Clrc 

TALLASSEE (G5ft), pop. 4,225; (special U. S. Census 10-4-56, gives 4,846) ; Elm ore 
Co. (C). 26 m NE of Montgomery. BASE RR. Cotton duck, feed, lumber manu- 
factured. Cotton gin. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, oats. 
Tribune-}- ................................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1896 8 24 294 2.50 1,987 

Herve C barest. Jr., Editor and Publisher. 

THOMASVILLE (C7), pop. 2,425; Clarke Co. (SW). 55 m SW of Selma. SOU RR. 
Saw, planing, stave, heading mills; cotton gins; machine shop. Shirt factory. 
Pine, hardwood timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, peanuts. 
Times-}- .................................... Wednesday ..... Democratic ........ 1921 7 24 276 2.00 1,400 

Earl L. Tucker, Editor and Publisher. 

TROYf (G7), pop. 8,555; Pike Co. (SE). 48 m SE of Montgomery. CG; ACL RRs. 
Manufactures fertilizers, boxes and crates, lumber, concrete blacks, pajamas, 
shirts. Peanut oil and shelling plants; cotton gins; bottling works. State 
Teachers College. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, peanuts, corn. 

(Herald 4- ................................... Sunday ............ Democratic ........ 1904 8 24 280 2.00 
Messenger-l- ............................. '*" S **' Ind - Dem ............ 1866 8 24 28 13 ' 00 



8 3,306 
3,062 



Comic strip advertising accepted. 

Mary Jo Flowers, Editor; Glenn Jones, Publisher. 



TUSCALOOSAf (C4), pop. 46.S96; Tuscaloosa Co. (W). On Black Warrior Rives, 56 m 
SW of Birmingham. SOU; LAN; GMAO RRs. Boat connections. Airline, SOU. 
Manufactures chemicals, kraft paper, lumber, cast iron pipe, veneer, fertilizer, 
feeds, cottonseed products, auto and truck tires and tubes. Meat packing plants ; 
blast furnaces. Three banks; bank deposits (6-80-58), $52,809,561. 25,764 elec- 
tric (AC) meters; 16,675 gas meters; 24,587 telephones. U.S. Veterans' Hospital. 

Alabama Citizen -f (Negro). ...Saturday Independent 1948 7 24 280 3.00 4,000 

Frank P. Thomas, Editor; Alabama Citizen Publishing Co., Inc. 

IS 17 Twenty- Seventh Ave. 
M , JEvg. ex. Sun., Twrl nttwi 1818 8 24 801 22.50 **17,205 

News-f {Sun. Morn. Ind ' Dem Sunday circ. ** 17,300 

Norman Bassett, Editor; Buford Boone, Publisher, 6th St. and 20th Ave. 

TUSCUMBIAf (CD, pop. 6,734; Colbert Co. (NW). 6 m 8 of Florence. SOU RR. 

Manufacture* inner tubes, cotton bagging and ties, fertilizer, lumber. Pine. 

oak timber. Diversified farming. Corn, hay, cotton. 
Colbert County Reporter -f Thursday Democratic 1911 6 26 273 2.00 

Walter F. Miller. Editor and Publisher. 
Tri-Cities DailySee Sheffield. 

TUSKEGEEf (G6),pop. 6,712; Macon Co. (E). 42 m E of Montgomery. Cottonseed oil. 
planing, grist mills; fertilizer factory. Tuskegree Institute (Negro) ; Colored Vet- 
erans Hospital. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, sweet potatoes. 

Bt D I |ntalAssS ^Negro) JQuarterly Dentistry 1942 2 28 114x5.00 1,260 

C. O. Dummet, D.D.S., Editor; National Dental Assn., Publisher, Box 388, 
Tuskegee Institute. 

Campus DigestV (Netrro) Monthly Collesriate 1932 5 24 210 1.00 

Students of Tuskegee Institute, Editors and Publishers, P. O. Box 635. 

News-f Thursday Independent 1865 8 24 287 3.00 

Hal Fisher. Editor and Publisher. 

UNION SPRINGSf (G6), pop. 8,232; Bullock Co. (SE). 40 m SE of Montgomery. CG 
RR. Manufactures cotton cloth, yarn, lumber, fertilizer. Creamery; cotton gin. 
Pine timber. Cotton, corn, truck crops. 

Herald -f- Thursday Independent. 1866 7 24 280 3.00 

Wm. H. Garner, Editor and Publisher. 

UNIVERSITY (C4), pop. ; Tuscaloosa Co. (W). Adjoins Tuscaloosa on NE. LAN 

RR. University of Alabama. 

Crimson-White-f V Tuesday Collegiate 1892 5 24 217 3.50 

Students of University of Alabama, Editors and Publishers. 



2,230 



51,500 



7 ti. a yr .......... Coll. Alumni ...... 192< c Ltlled 



Mahoat-f V 

Students of University of Alabama, Editors and Publishers, P. O. Box G. 

University of Alabama ).- r-/*n Ai nVMm t 1917 3 86 145x8.00 

Alumni NewsV .................. f 6 ti. a yr ......... Coll. Alnmnl ....... Controlled free d 1st. 

R. J. Mayfield, Editor ; Alumni Assn. of University of Alabama, Publisher. 



2,000 

tl.OOO 
J700 

4300 
200 



VERNONt (B3). pop. 791: Lamar Co. (NW). 27 m NE of Columbus. Miss. Railroad 
station. Sulligent. SLASF RR. Cotton gins. Garment factories, timber products. 
Agriculture. Cotton, corn, potatoes. 

La ^miT^nt J N^w t s^ ld {Thursday Democratic 1806 7 24 280 2.60 52,489 

Jack Hankins. Editor 'and Publisher. 

WEDOWEEt (H4), pop. 669; Randolph Co. (E). 32 m SE of Anniston. Railroad 
station, Roanoke. ACL; CG RRs. Cotton gins, shirt factory. Pine timber. Agricul- 
ture. Cotton, corn, bar. 

Randolph Press Thursday Democratic 1926 7 24 280 2.00 1,604 

R. T. Bailey, Editor and Publisher. 

Ctra4at*N~**Sept. AB.C. Statement; +June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit? 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher' a Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Msts. Nonpareil 
m*, 12 to Inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCotmty seat Population 1950 Census. XRand McNallr 
estimate. V toned only during academic year. xSubscrfption included In membership to 

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WETUMPKAf WAjbigPP. 3,813; Elmor* Co. (C). on Coosa R $ iter, 18 mWK o?Mont- 

gomery. LAN RR. Cloth, lumber, grist mills ; cotton gins. Agriculture. Cotton. 

corn, oats. 
Herald r + .......... ........ ... ............. .Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1898 8 24 294 3.00 51,725 

W. H. Golson, Editor; Wetumpka Printing Co., Publisher. **"* 

WINFIELD (C3). pop. 2,108; Marion Co. (NW). 65 m NW of Birmingham. 1C; 

SLftSF RRi. Cotton cloth, saw mills; cotton gin; hatchery. Trouser factory. 

Coal mines. Agriculture. Cotton, corn> hay. 
Journal -f ......... ...... ...... ............. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1926 5 24 224 2.60 1,6*4 

Oscar Roden, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 458. * 

YORK (B5%), pop. 1,774 (special U. S. Census 10-29-58, gives 2,743); Sumter Co. 

(W).28 m NE of Meridian, Miss. SOU; AT&N RRa. Lumber mills ; railroad shops; 

cotton gin. Pine, hickory timber. Agriculture. Cotton, beans, potatoes. 
Sumter County Journal + ...... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1884 6 24 280 2.50 5997 

Dick Smith, Editor and Publisher. * 



C ^? tl ?~~** Sept ;, A ' B ; C - Statement; *June sod March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold lace, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -fUses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCoonty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 

.S'SKK'^ 1 ^!! 01117 during cadenjic ^ ar ^Subscription included in membership fee. 

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ALASKA 

Population 128,643 (U.S. Census, 1950) 
State Capital, JUNEAU 

Alaska is bounded on the north by the Arctic Ocean, east by the Yukon Territory and British 
Columbia, Canada, south by the Pacific Ocean, and west by Bering Sea and Strait and the Arctic 
Ocean. Including the Aleutian Islands, it has a total area of 586,400 square miles. Its greatest 
length from north to south is 1,200 miles; its greatest breadth over 800 miles. 

The northern half is low with great morasses along the streams, and is populated only by a 
few Indians. The southern half is mountainous and along the southeast coast are some of the 
highest peaks in North America. Near the center is Mt. McKinley (20,257 feet), loftiest elevation 
on the entire continent. The southwesterly section comprises the peninsula of Alaska and the 
Aleutian Islands, the latter the center of the fur seal fisheries. This district is mountainous and 
actively volcanic. The coast from the southern boundary to Cape Spencer is lined with a chain 
of islands between which and the mainland are salt water channels navigable for the largest 
steamships. The Yukon River has a length of 2,300 miles, of which 1,765 miles are in Alaska 
and 1,200 miles are navigable. 

In the interior temperatures range from about 60 below zero in winter to 90 in summer; on 
the coast and the Aleutian Islands they range from zero to 80. The northerly province bordering 
the polar sea is the only one in which arctic conditions prevail. The Weather Bureau at Juneau 
gives the temperature (annual monthly mean) as 42.4; highest on record 89; lowest on record 
17. Total annual precipitation is 84.44 inches. 

POPULATION 

The 1950 census shows the largest growth in Alaska history a 77% increase over the 
72,524 inhabitants of 1940. The civilian population on July 1, 1954 was estimated at 208.000. 

AGRICULTURE 

Fairbanks, with Tanana, is the center of a growing agricultural region of a great inland plateau 
rolling gently north from the barrier of mountain ranges along the south coast. The Matanuska 
Valley colonization project, established in 1935, has established several thousand permanent 
residents of the Valley area. 

A cooperative plan to coordinate all agricultural research activities in Alaska was adopted 
early in 1949, to integrate the full technical and physical facilities of both the Federal Depart- 
ment of Agriculture and the University of Alaska. Projects now in operation include animal 
husbandry, soils, horticulture, agronomy, agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, plant 
pathology and entomology. Agricultural projects in livestock, crops, and gardening are also 
conducted by the University. 

Agricultural production in 1956 amounted to $3,619,090. 

FISHERIES 

The Alaska fisheries engaged 24,549 people in 1956. The commercial catch of fishery products 
during 1956 totalled 429,052,841 Ibs., valued at $37,739,047. The salmon catch, totaling 
269,897,525 Ibs., was more than sixty-six million Ibs. greater than in 1955. Canned products as 
prepared for market amounted to $80,231,698; frozen, $10.471,311 ; cured, $858,621; by-products 
(oil and meal), $2,350,454, and fresh fish and seafood, $706,337. 

165 wholesale and manufacturing establishments were operated in Alaska in 1956, giving 
employment to 9,581 people. A strong demand for frozen food products required the freezing of 
large quantities of salmon which might otherwise have been canned or shipped fresh to market. 

FURS 

Alaska is famous as a big game country and is protected by game commission laws. In 
195"7 there were taken 93,618 fur seal skins on Pribilof Islands, valued at $3,857,000. Fur take 
in Alaska (year ending 6-30-57) : mink, 35,000, value $250,000; beaver, 14,350, value $230,000; 
muskrat, 84,000, value, $84,000; otter, 3,300, value $80,000. Total fur value, $789,820. 

FORESTS 

Under the care of the Government are 20,772,000 acres set apart as two national forests. 
The Tongass is in southeastern Alaska, and the Chugach is in the Prince William Sound 
region. Timber stand in the national forests, is estimated to be 84,760,000 board feet. Timber 
cut during the year ending 6-30-57 comprised 256.000,000 board feet, valued at $580,478. 
Principal woods: Western hemlock, sitka spruce, western red cedar and Alaska cedar. There is 
an enormous supply of timber suitable for pulp. 

MINERALS 

Mining is the second industry in importance. Estimated production in 1956 was $23,408,000, 
an increase from the 1955 total. 1,991 persons employed (1956) in mining industry. Alaska 
contains radioactive minerals in geological conditions similar to those in other uranium bearing 
parts of the world, but their economic importance is not yet known. Principal mineral products : 
gold, coal, building materials, platinum, mercury, chrome, silver, tin. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Railroad affairs are conducted tinder supervision of the Secretary of the Interior and a 
General Manager in immediate charge with headquarters in Anchorage. Rail operating revenue for 
1957 wag $16,224,909. Diesel locomotives handled the greater proportion of freight and passenger, 
movement. Frequent ship connections link the south coast towns with Seattle, Portland and 
San Francisco. River boats are maintained during the season of navigation. Six major airlines 
connect with the United States. 

Road-building activities are administered under three heads: the Alaska Road Commission, 
the Bureau of Public Roads, and the Territorial Road Board. Roads and trails have opened up 
to development nearly all sections of the territory. A highway through Mt. McKinley National 
Park is open for traffic. Thousands of vacationers visit the Park annually. 

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Purely military consideration provided the motive for the opening, December 1, 1942, 
of the Alaska Highway for truck traffic, from Daws on Creek, B. C., through Canada and the 
Yukon Territory to Fairbanks, Alaska. Primarily the road is for defense, because it will give 
Alaska safe, overland means of communication. Opened to tourist travel in 1948, the Highway 
was used by approximately 50,000 vehicles in 1952. 

Total deposits as of June 30, 1950 in banks were $78.104,000. There are (1955), 31 incorporated 
municipalities whose total assessed valuation approximates $287,972,297. Number of post offices 
(1957), 227. 

The territorial schools, including the elementary and high schools, are under general supervision 
of a Territorial Board of Education. The office of Indian Affairs has supervision over the educa- 
tion and general social welfare of the natives. The University of Alaska is located at College. 



LIST OF JUDICIAL DIVISIONS 

Judicial Div.. Location on Map. and Court House Population 

First Judicial Division (SE), Juneau 28,203 

Second Judicial Division (NW), Nome 12,272 

Third Judicial Division (S), Valdez 59,518 

Fourth Judicial Division (C), Fairbanks 28,650 



ALASKA NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL STATISTICS 



Newspapers 

Period of Issue Number 

Daily 6 

Evening dailies (6) 

Daily, with Sunday edition (1) 

Tri-weekly 1 

Semi-weekly .. .... 1 

Weekly 10 

Free or partly free diat. wklies (1) 



Periodicals 

Period of Issue 

Monthly 

Weekly 



Number 

2 

1 



Total Periodicals 



Total Newspapers 



18 



Total number of publications .. 21 

County seats (indicated by t) having publications 2 

Total number of towns having publications ... 11 

For circulation figures for dally papers see also Daily Newspaper List In back of Directory. Occasionally It U 
possible to incorporate a later figure In that list. 



280 21.00 



Gift 

1,000 
512,014 



301 21.00 18,827 



217 



213 7.50 



280 



Estab Cols <S> Width? Depth Sub 

ANCHORAGE (J2%), pop. 11,254; Third Judicial Div. (S). At head of Cook Inlet, 300 
m SW of Fairbanks. A RR. Airlines: ASA; COA; NCA; NWA; PNA; REEVE; 
Airport. Salmon canneries and fisheries. Coal and gold mines. Two TV stations. 

Alaska Spotlight -{-(Negro )... Saturday Republican 1952 4 21 150 3.00 

George C. Anderson, Publisher, P. O. Box 116. 

News-f Evg. ex. Sun.. .Republican 1947 8 23 

Color advertising accepted. 

Norman C. Brown, Editor; Northern Publishing Co., Inc., Box 1660. 

Times-f Evg. ex. Sun. ..Independent 1916 9 22 

Robert B. Atwood, Editor; Anchorage Times Publishing Co., Box 40. 
FAIRBANKS! (Kl%), pop. 5,771; Fourth Judicial Div. (C). On Tanana River, 300 m 
NE of Anchorage. A RR. Airlines: ASA; CPAL; NCA; PAA; WEN. Air- 
port. Distributing center for central Alaska. Manufactures lumber, concrete 
blocks, mining equipment. Gold and coal mines. Potato and garden truck farm- 
ing. Two banks. 2,062 electric meters; 3,600 telephones. The University of 
Alaska, at College, is 5 miles west of Fairbanks. 

Eielson Friendly Times-f Friday Independent 1948 5 24 

Distributed primarily to personnel at Eielson Air Force Base. 
Pvt. Ed. Martin, Editor; Jessen's Weekly, Inc., Publisher, Box 970. 

Jessen's Weekly Thursday Independent 1942 5 24 

V. M. Smith, Editor; E. F. Jessen, Publisher, P. O. Box 970. 

Midnight Sun-f- Wednesday Independent 1950 9 23 

Distributed primarily to personnel at Ladd Air Force Base. 

A/lc Hugh Phillips, Editor; Commercial Printing Co., Inc., Publisher, Box 710. 

News-Miner-f- Evg. ex. Sun... Republican 1905 9 22 28030.00 

Color advertising accepted. 

Cliff Cernick, Editor; Fairbanks Publishing Co., Inc., Publisher. 

Polar Star-f- V . .. ..Friday Collegiate 1946 5 24 210 5.00 

Students of the University of Alaska, Editors and Publishers, P. O. Box 1002, 

College. 

JUNEAUf (N8), pop. 5,956; First Judicial Div. (SE). On Coast, 100 m NE of Sitka. 
Boat connections. Airlines: ACA; ELLIS; PNA; PAA. Territorial Capital. Lum- 
ber, pulp mills, marble works ; meat products, concrete products, plywood plants. 
Salmon, halibut, herring fisheries Hemlock, spruce timber; gold mines. Dairy 
farms. 

Alaska Empire-f { Sun.' M^rm ^dependent... 1912 8 24 294 28.50 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

Joe Kirkbridge, Editor; William Prescott Allen, Publisher, Box 1991. 

Alaska Sportsman Monthly Sports A Alaska 193 5 3 28 140 8.50 

Robert A. Henning, Editor and Publisher, Alaska Northwest Publishing Co., 
Box 1271. 

Independent-f Wed. & Sun. ...Independent 1952 5 24 205 6.00 

Charles R. Hoyt. Editor; Alaska Independent, Publisher, Box 2890. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement ; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit: 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. * Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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6,500 
6,200 Free 

9,072 

475 



4>201 



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Estate Cols <S> Width V Depth Sub Clrc 

KETCHUCAN (OSfc). pop. 6,805; First Judicial Div. (SE). 23? m SE of Juneau. Boat 
connections. Airlines : AC A ; ELLIS ; PNA ; PAA. Important shipping center. Pulp 
mill. Salmon, canning, freezing and packing. Boxes, wire, wire netting, wire rope, 
fish meal and oil. soft drinks manufactured. Commercial fisheries. Gold, silver, 
copper, uranium, palladium mines; timber. 

Alaska Chronicle-f Sunday Independent 1919 8 24 280 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 
Wm. L. Baker, Editor and Publisher. 

News + Evg. ex. Sun... (Gen'l News & 1Q o K R 91 90 , i nn 82001 

Comic strip advertising accepted. \FishingInt. 1935 8 24 29418.00 2,994 
S. D. Charles, Editor; S. D. and P. S. Charles, Publishers, Box 79. 

KODIAK (H8). pop. 1,710; Third Judicial Div. (S). On Gulf of Alaska, 260 m SW of 
Anchorage. Boat connections. Airlines: PNA; REEVE. Naval Base. Salmon, 
herring canneries. Fisheries ; spruce timber. Stock farms. 

Mirror + Saturday Independent 1940 6 24 220 7.00 1,500 

Sig. J. Digree, Editor and Publisher, Box 1307. 

NOME (E1H), pop. 1,876; Second Judicial Div. (NW). On Norton Sound, 500 m W 
of Fairbanks. Boat connections. Airlines: ASA; WEN. Gold mine. 

Nugget-f- { M Fri Wed " Independent 1899 5 24 20416.00 600 

Emily Boucher, Editor; Nome Publishing Co. 

PALMER (J2), pop. 890; Third Judicial Div. 48 m N of Anchorage. A RR. Airline: COA. 
Saw mill. Concrete products, boxes, bakery products manufactured. Agriculture. 
Potatoes, vegetables, poultry. 

[Alaskan 

Alaskan Record + Monthly {Facts & 1951 4 24 147 1.00 

[Folklore 
Thomas A. Moyer, Editor and Publisher, 2 Irwin Heights Drive. 

Frontiersman -f Thursday Independent 1947 6 24 252 5.00 1,075 

Al J. De Julio, Editor and Publisher, Palmer. 

PETERSBURG (N3%), pop. 1,619; First Judicial Div. (SE). 105 m S of Juneau. 
Boat connections. Airlines : ACA ; ELLIS. Fish packing plants ; seafood canneries ; 
saw, pulp mills. Commercial fisheries. Spruce timber. Mink and fox farms. 

Press 4- Friday Democratic 1913 7 24 273 4.50 1,035 

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Williams, Jr., Editors and Publishers, Box 1086. 

SITKA <N8%). pop. 1,985; First Judicial Div. (SE). 115 m S of Juneau. Boat connec- 
tions. Airlines: ACA; ELLIS. Naval air base. Salmon fisheries and cannery. 
Resort. Fir, hemlock, spruce timber. 

Sentinel-h {Ik^Sun*" &&t " Independent... 1939 7 23 280 24.00 1,321 

Harold A. Veatch, Editor; Arrowhead Press, Publisher, Box 799. 

SKAGWAY (M8), pop. 758; First Judicial Div. (SE). 75 m NW of Juneau. WP&Y RR. 
Boat connections. ACA Airline. Shipping. 

Lynn Canal Weekly Friday Independent 1952 8 24 200 4.00 3,989 

Wm. Prescott Allen, Publisher, P. O. Box 1991, Juneau. 

WRANGELL (N8%), pop. 1,268; First Judicial Div. (SE). Seaport on Wrangell Island, 
at mouth of Stikine River, 160 m S of Juneau. Boat connections. Railroad 
station, Prince Rupert. BC&CN RR. Airlines: ACA; ELLIS. Saw and shingle 
mills; fish canneries. Commercial fisheries. U. S. Customs House. Gold, silver, 
lead deposits ; marble quarries ; timber. Fur farming. 

Sentinel-f Friday Independent 1902 6 26 266 3.50 815 

Lew M. and Winifred E. Williams, Editors and Publishers, 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *Junc and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. Nonparett 
ems, 12 to inch. W Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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ARIZONA 

Population 740,587 (U. S. Census, 1960) 
State Capital. PHOENIX 

Arizona is bounded on the north by Utah and Nevada, south by Mexico, east by New Mexico 
and west by California and Nevada. Its length, north to south, is 390 miles, its breadth about 800 
miles. The total land area is 118,676 square miles, its rank in area, fifth. 

The Colorado River flows through the northern part of the state, and forms nearly all the 
western boundary. Its Grand Canyon is one of the scenic wonders of the world. The state is 
generally picturesque and in addition to the Grand Canyon has such other outstanding items of 
interest as the Petrified Forest, Natural Bridge, Indian pueblos, ruins of cliff dwellers, and the 
great Roosevelt Dam, which supplies irrigating waters for the richest agricultural district, the 
Salt River Valley. From the latter and from other sources of irrigation, agriculture has received 
great stimulation. Hoover Dam in the Black Canyon harnesses the Colorado and is the greatest 
dam in the world. 

Extending from Grand Canyon to the Mogollon Mountains are large forests of pine. In the 
center of the state is a richly mineralized belt. Hot springs are found in the southwest, and the 
arid, semi-tropical southeast affords relief to sufferers from pulmonary complaints. At Flagstaff 
is located the Lowell Observatory. The University of Arizona is at Tucson. 

The Weather Bureau at Phoenix gives the temperature (annual monthly mean) as 70.8; highest 
degree on record, 118; lowest, 16; annual precipitation, 7.85 inches. 

POPULATION 

Rank among the states (1950), thirty-eighth. Rural residents in 1950, 55.4%. In I960, of the 
749,587 total population, 654,511 were white; 95,076 were non-white. 

AGRICULTURE 

Number of farms (1960), 10,412. Farm acreage, 89,916,440. Average acreage per farm, 
8,833.7. Average value per farm, $47,040. Farms selling products over $10,000 in value, 2,722. 

Cash receipts from farm marketings (1957): crops, $252,890,000; livestock and products 
(includes meet animals, dairy products, poultry and eggs), $116,745,000. 

Value of sales of chief crops (1957) : cotton (value of production), $128,742,000, rank, fifth; 
cottonseed (value of production), $17,366,000, rank, fifth; hay, $11,978,000, rank, fourth; barley, 
$8,103,000, rank, ninth; sorghum grain, $5,893,000, rank, eighth; wheat, $4,162,000; potatoes, 
$3,060,000; alfalfa seed, $909,000, rank, ninth; corn, $683,000; oats, $320,000. 

Value of sales of fruits (noncitrus) (1957) : grapes, $1,940,000. (Citrus) (1957-58) : oranges 
and tangerines, $6,672,000, rank, third; grapefruit, $3,982,000, rank, fourth. 

Farm value of animals on farms (1-1-58) : all cattle and calves, $103,730,000; all sheep and 
lambs, $7,304,000; horses and mules, $6,498,000; hogs and pigs, $925,000. 

Cash receipts from poultry (1957) : eggs, $3,549,000; chickens (farm and commercial broilers), 
$663.000; turkeys, $516,000. 

Cash receipts from dairy products (1957) : all milk and cream, $19,973,000. Total milk produc- 
tion on farms, 392,000,000 Ibs. Dairy products (1957): creamed cottage cheese, 3,985,000 IDB.; 
ice cream, 2,980,000 gallons. 

FORESTS 

Total forest production (1947), 220,017 M feet, b.m. Principal woods: ponderosa pine, douglas 
flr, white fir. 

MANUFACTURES 

Statistics for 1954: value added by manufacture, $191,387,000. Leading industry groups: 
transportation equipment, food and kindred products. Total expenditures for new plant and 
new equipment, $13,829,000. 

Final figures for value added by manufacture in each of the leading industry groups are avail- 
able through Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25. D. C. 

MINERALS 

Value (1954), $241,868,000. Principal mineral products in order of value: copper, zinc, 
lead, silver. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Number of telephones (1-1-58), 821,500. Motor vehicles registered (est. Sept. 1958), 523,000. 
Number of post offices (1967), 247. Number of retail stores (1954), 9,721; sales, $982,660,000. 



ARIZONA NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL STATISTICS 

Newspapers Periodicals 

Period of Issue Number Period of Issue Number 

Daily 14 Semi-weekly 1 

Evening dailies (10) Weekly 5 

Morning dailies (4) Fortnightly 2 

Daily, with Sunday edition .... (5) Monthly 13 

Weekly 51 Bi-monthly 1 

Free or partly free circ. wklies. (2) Quarterly 2 

Shopper (1) Nine times a year 1 

Semi-monthly 1 

Total Periodicals 25 

Total Newspapers 66 

Total number of publications 91 

County seats (indicated by t) having publications 14 

Total number of towns having publications 40 

For circulation figures for daily papers see also Daily Newspaper List in back of Directory. Occasionally it 1 
possible to Incorporate a later figure in that list. 

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ARIZONA Directory of Newspapers and Periodicals, 1959 

LIST OF COUNTIES 

Total number of counties 14 

County, Location on Map and County Seat Pop County, Location on Map and County Seat Pop. 

1 Apache (NE), Saint Johns 27,767 8 Mohave (NW), Kingman 8,510 

2 Cochise (SE), Bisbee 31,488 9 Navajo (NE), Holbrook 29,446 

8 Coconino (N), Flagstaff 23,910 10 Pima (S). Tucson 141.216 

4 Gila (C), Globe 24,158 11 Final (S), Florence 43,191 

5 Graham (SE), Safford 12,985 12 Santa Cruz (S), Nogales 9,844 

6 Greenlee (SE), Clifton 12,805 13 Yavapai (C), Prescott 24,991 

7 Maricopa (C), Phoenix 881,770 14 Yuma (SW), Yuma 28,006 



Estab Cols <S> Width V Depth Sub Circ 

AJO (C6), pop. 6,817; Pima Co. (S). 90 m SW of Phoenix. TC&GB RR. Copper mining 
and smelting. Health resort. Copper, gold, silver, lead mines. 

Copper News-j- Thursday Independent 1916 8 24 280 8.00 925 

Barry W. Gable, Editor; Copper News, Publisher, Box 37. 

ASH FORK (C8), pop. X681; Yavapai Co. (C). 168 m N of Phoenix. AT&SF RR. 
Airport. Bank, Williams. Manufactures cedar wood fence posts. Sandstone, onyx 
quarries ; timber. Stock farms. 

Northern Yavapai Record + ... Friday Democratic 1936 6 24 276 2.50 719 

F. E. Wells, Jr.. Editor; Williams News, Publisher, Williams. 

BENSON (E6%), pop. 1,440; Cochise Co. (SE). 48 m SE of Tucson. SP RR. Manu- 
factures explosives. Mining. Stock, poultry, dairy farms. 

^VaTley r SuI a -f ey NeWS an< !} Thur8day Independent 1898 6 24 280 2.50 1,088 

Samuel A. Player, Editor and Publisher, Box 338. 

BISBEEf (F7), pop. 3,801 (special U. S. Census 12-13-57, gives 4,513); Cochise Co. 

(SE). 85 m SE of Tucson. SP RR. Airline, A A. Copper mining and smelting. Dude 

ranches. Gold, silver, copper mines. Agriculture. Cattle. 
Brewery Gulch Gazette Thursday Democratic 1931 5 24 224 2.50 1,400 

George A. Bideaux, Publisher. 
Review-f- Morn.ex. Mon..Democratic 1898 8 24 294 14.40 3,327 

Cochise Publishing Company. Sunday circ. 3*327 

BUCKEYE (C5), pop. 1,982; Maricopa Co. (SC). 31 m W of Phoenix. SP RR. Agri- 
culture. Cotton, alfalfa, grain. Cattle. 

Buckeye Valley News Thursday Ind. Agric 1925 8 23 294 3.50 945 

Lyall Dawkins, Editor and Publisher. 

CASA GRANDE (D5% ), pop. 4.181 ; Final Co. (S). 45 m SE of Phoenix. SP RR. Airport. 
Copper, silver, gold mines. Health resort. Agriculture. Cotton, alfalfa, grain, 
cattle. 

Dispatch-f Thursday Independent 1912 7 24 280 3.00 2,763 

Walter Averill, Editor and Publisher. 

CHANDLER (D5), pop. 8,799; Maricopa Co. (SC). 22 m SE of Phoenix. SP RR. Cotton 
gin; alfalfa mill. Winter resort. Agriculture. Citrus fruits. 

Arizonian-t- Thursday Ind. Rep 1912 8 24 808 3.00 2,384 

Sig. H. Atkinson, Editor and Publisher. 

CLIFTON* (F5%), pop. 8,466; Greenlee Co. (SE). 180 m NW of El Paso, Tex. SP RR. 
Airline, FAL. Bottling works. Copper miring and smelting. 

Copper Era 4- Friday Ind. Dem 1891 8 24 287 3.00 2*475 

Al Fenn, Editor; Gila Printing and Publishing Company, Inc. 

COOLIDGE (D5%), pop. 4,806; Final Co. (S). 65 m SE of Phoenix. SP RR. Cotton 
gin. Diversified farming. Cotton, alfalfa, vegetables. 

Examiner-f Friday Ind. Dem 1930 8 23 280 5.00 2,007 

Tom Anderson, Editor; H. H. Wrenn, Publisher, Box 128. 

COTTONWOOD (D4), pop. Xl,300; Yavapai Co. (C). 30 m NE of Prescott. Nearest 
railroad station, Clark dale. AT&SF RR. Lumber mill; wooden novelty factory; 
iron works; cement plant. Agriculture. Livestock, alfalfa, grains. 

Verde Independent -f Thursday Independent 1948 5 24 224 3.50 **1,814 

Bill Cameron, Editor; Verde Valley Press, Inc., Publisher. 

DOUGLAS (F7), pop. 9,442; Cochise Co. (SE). 105 m SE of Tucspn. SP RR. Inter- 
national airport. Airline, AA. Manufactures gypsum products, wallboard, furni- 
ture, clothing, bricks. Copper smelters. Tourist resort. Copper, gypsum mines; 
lime quarries. Agriculture. Cattle. 

ni *,_!_ fEvg. ex. Sun., n MMVm .* 1902 8 24 294 15.60 3,572 
Dispatch-f- j Su Morn Democratic Sunday circ. 3,572 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

J. Newell Johnston, Editor and Publisher. 

ELOY (D6), pop. 8,680; Final Co. (S). 50 m NW of Tucson. SP RR. Manufactures deep 
well pumps, magneto windings. Agriculture. Wheat, alfalfa, cotton. 

Enterpriae-f Thursday Independent 1946 7 24 288 3.00 3,228 

Peggy Bryant, Editor; Vince Taylor, Publisher. 

FLAGSTAFFf (D8), pop. 7,668; Coconino Co. (N). 65 m NE of Prescott. AT&SF RR. 
Airline, FAL. Lumber mills. Arizona State College. Resort. Lowell Observa- 
tory. Yellow pine timber. Agriculture. Pinto beans, potatoes, oats. 

{Arizona Sun-f- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1946 8 24 294 19.60 7,367 
Coconino Sun-f Saturday Independent 1883 8 24 294 5.05 1,714 
Flagstaff Publishing Co., Inc., Publisher. 



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8 P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. <S> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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FLAGSTAFFf (Continued) Estab ColsS> Width V Depth Sub Cfrc 

Lumberjack, The-f V .............. Thursday ........ Collegiate ........... 1912 5 24 224 8.50 il.485 

Students of Arizona State College, Editors and Publishers. 

FLORENCEf (D5%), pop. 1.776; Final Co. (S). On Gila River, 68 m N of Tucson. SP 
RR. Airport. Health resort. Copper mines. Agriculture. Cotton, wheat, alfalfa. 
Blade-Tribune -f ...................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1892 8 23 280 2.50 734 

Tom Anderson, Editor; H. H. Wrenn, Publisher, Box 128, Coolidge. 

GILBERT (D5), pop. 1,114; Maricopa Co. (SC). 19 m SE of Phoenix. SP RR. Cotton 

gins, feed. Agriculture. Cotton, alfalfa, wheat, flax. 
Enterprise^- ............................. Friday ............. Democratic ........ 1929 7 24 280 2.50 J800 

Paul P. Mayer, Publisher, Box 168. 

GLENDALE <C6), pop. 8.179; Maricopa Co. (SC). 9 m NW of Phoenix. AT&SF RR. 
Cotton gins, creamery. Diversified farming. Lettuce, melons, truck products. 
Herald-State Farm News -I- ....Friday ............. Dem. & Agric.... 1926 8 22 287 1.00 2,281 

Leeta Cox, Editor ; Valley Printers, Publishers, 111 East A Ave. 
News-f ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1912 8 24 291 4.00 4,280 

George Bennitt, Editor and Publisher, 29 N. Second Ave. 

GLOBEf (E5), pop. 6,419; Gila Co. (C). 94 m E of Phoenix. SP RR. Copper, silver, 

asbestos, gold, mercury mines. Cattle raising. 
Arizona Record-}- .................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1913 8 23 294 4.00 2,630 

John D. Seater, Jr., Editor; Copper Belt Printing and Publishing Company, 
155 N. Broad St. 

GOODYEAR (C5), pop. 1,254; Maricopa Co. (C). 20 m W of Phoenix. Bank town and 
railroad station, Avondale. SP RR. Aircraft plant. Agriculture. Cotton, grain, 
alfalfa. 
Westside Weekly -f ................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1940 5 24 224 2.50 160 

Eugene Ely, Editor and Publisher, 157 Buena Vista. 1,600 Free 

HOLBROOKf (E8%), pop. 2,886; Navajo Co. (NE). 90 m SE of Flagstaff. AT&SF; 
A RRs. Trading and tourist center. Navajo and Apache Reservations. Ponderosa 
pine timber. Agriculture. Cattle, sheep, poultry, dairying. 
Tribune-News 4- ....................... Friday.., .......... Independent ....... 1909 7 24 280 3.50 1,701 

V. P. Richards, Editor; Northern Arizona Printers and Publishers. 

KINGMANf (A3), pop. 3,342 (special U. S. Census 5-7-52, gives 3,966); Mohave Co. 

(NW). 100 m NW of Prescott. AT&SF RR. Airline, BAL. Gold, silver, lead, 

zinc, copper, feldspar mines. Cattle raising. 
Mohave County Miner -f ........ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1882 7 24 280 4.00 2,450 

C. R. Waters, Editor and Publisher. 
MESA (D5), pop. 16,790; Maricopa Co. (SC). 16 m SE of Phoenix. SP RR Manufac- 

tures lingerie. Cotton gins. Ships citrus fruit and lettuce. Winter resort. Diversi- 

fied farming. Cotton, cattle. TV station. 
Sun Valley Shopper (cff set). ..Thursday ........ Shopping ............ 1948 7 24 280 9,600 Free 

Victor L. Nielsen, Publisher, 54 S. Macdonald St. 
Tribune + ................................. Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent ....... 1890 8 23 294 12.00 5,893 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Robert Shirley, Editor; David W. Calvert, Publisher. 

MIAMI (E5), pop. 4,829; Gila Co. (C). 70 m NE of Phoenix. SP RR. Gold, silver, lead, 

copper, asbestos, perlite mines. 
Arizona Silver Belt -f .............. Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1878 8 23 280 4.00 2,900 

Lewis Barrett, Editor; Silver Belt Printing and Publishing Co. 

NOGALESf (E7), pop. 6,158; Santa Cruz Co. (S). 65 m S of Tucson. SP RR. Airline 
AEA. Port of entry on Mexican border with important export and import 
trade. Ships winter vegetables. Copper, silver, lead mines. Cattle farms. 

Herald-f ................................... Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent ....... 1914 8 24 294 13.00 2,977 

Alvin L. Sisk, Editor; H. R. Sisk, Publisher. 

International -f- ......................... Friday ............. Democratic ........ 1925 8 24 294 3.00 

Craig Pottinger, Publisher, International Bldg. 

PEORIA (C5), pop. XI, 92 5; Maricopa Co. (C). 15 m NW of Phoenix. AT&SF RR. 
Women's wear manufactured. Agriculture. Lettuce, grain, truck products. 

Ti Farm & Nlws + ...................... } Friday ............. Independent ....... 1955 5 24 224 2.50 1,542 

Shirley Lee Ames, Editor; R. F. Ames, Publisher, 19 W. Washington. 

PHCENIXf (C5), pop. 106,818 (special U. S. Census 3-11-53, gives 128,841) ; Maricopa 
Co. (C). The State Capital, 107 m NW of Tucson. AT&SF; SP RRs. Airlines: 
AA; BAL; FAL; TWA; WAL. Trade and business center of the State. 

Manufactures aircraft and aircraft parts, electronic equipment, steel cast- 
ings, flour, boxes and crates, agricultural chemicals, aluminum products, radios, 
air conditioning machinery, steel fabrications, creamery products, beer, liquor, 
saddles and leather goods, men's and women's apparel, Indian and Mexican 
novelties, textile goods. Meat packing plant; citrus juices, pickle and olive can- 
neries. Lettuce, cantaloupe, vegetable packing and shipping. Cotton products. 
Three banks; bank debits (12-31-57), $6,084,965,000; deposits (12-31-57), 
$911,085,000. 148,337 electric (AC) meters; 147,694 gas (nat.) meters; 151,- 
112 telephones. Winter resort. Private and ranch schools. The American Institute 
for Foreign Trade is located at Thunderbird Field. Four TV stations. 



Arizona Beverase Journa, ...... Monthly .......... 







. >3.19fl 
Irving L. Diamond, Publisher, 8802 N. 3rd St. 

Arizona Builder and Con- \Monthlv Ride & fonatr 1988 8 28 14 4 - 

tractor ................................ ^Monthly .......... Bidg. & Uonstr.. Controlled circ. >5,646 

J. K. Akers, Editor and Publisher, 804 N. 4th St., P. O. Box 3407. 



Circulation jfr-frSept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
SP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; {Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. <j> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. ^ Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. , x Rand McNally 
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PHCENIXf (Continued) &tab Cols* Width 7 Depth Sub Circ 

Arizona Cattlelog-f Monthly {SJShew 1945 2 28 105 2 * 50 * 1 ' 900 

Mrs. Abbie W. Keith, Editor; Arizona Cattle Growers' Assn., Publisher, 
Adams Hotel Lobby. 

Arizona Farm and Ranch Life See Arizona Republic. 

Arizona Farmer-Ranchman.... Ftntly, Sat Agricultural 1922 4 26 189 1.50 *9,130 

Ernie Douglas, Editor; Arizona Farmer, Inc., Publisher, 528 W. Jefferson St. 

Arizona Grocers -f .Monthly Retail Grocers... 1944 3 28 140 2.50 

Arizona Grocers Publishing Co., 2420 E. Indian School Rd. Controlled circ. >1,868 

Arhon. Hihw. y .(o ,dv.)...Monthly Travel M.'ne... 192B conteolledftee dist *mSoO 

Raymond Carlson, Editor; Arizona Highway Dept., Publisher. 
Arizona Homes and Gardens. .9 ti. a yr. (Homes and 1950 3 28 140 



Subscription price 12 issues $2.00. 1 Garden Int. 

John K. Akers, Editor and Publisher, 804 N. 4th St., P. O. Box 3407. 
Arizona Labor Journal-!- Thursday Labor 1912 5 24 280x3.50 

Ralph Sprague, Editor; Arizona State AFL-CIO, Publisher, 520 W. Adams St. 
Arizona Legislative Review -f Tuesday Legal 1900 8 24 273 8.00 

Robert Creighton, Editor and Publisher, 1622 W. Washington St. 
Arizona Medicine Journal Monthly Medical 1944 2 36 126 3.00 

Dr. D. W. Neubauer, Editor; Arizona Medical Assn., Publisher, 801 N. 1st St. 
Arizona Mobile Citizen -f Bi-wkly, Tues..Tr'1'r Liv'g 1949 5 24 224 2.00 

Monthly during June, July and August. 

Mrs. Ruth C. Kaseman, Editor; Arizona Trailer Pub'ns, 4110 E. Van Buren St. 
Arizona News-h Friday Independent 1941 5 24 238 2.00 

Mrs. T. W. B. Anderson, Editor and Publisher, 1505 W. Culver St. 

Arizona Pharmacist-f Monthly Pharmaceu'ls 1947 Controlled 1 free dist. 

Alfred J. Duncan, Editor; Arizona Pharmaceutical Assn., Publisher, 

1028 E. McDowell. 
Arizona Reporter -f Friday Independent 1938 5 24 224 2.00 

John Wagner, Editor and Publisher, 720 E. Dunlap. 

Arizona Republic -f Every Morn.. ..Independent 189 8 

Prints rotogravure magazine "Arizona Days and Ways," circulated with Sun- 
day edition. Also prints separate section called Arizona Farm and Ranch Life. 

Arizona Weekly Gazette -f Tuesday Independent 1902 

Gazette-f JSvgr. ex. Sun. ..Independent 1880 

Phoenix Newspapers, Inc., Publisher, 120 E. Van Buren St. 

Arizona Sun-f (Negro) Friday Democratic 1942 

D. F. Benson, Editor and Publisher, 1337 E. Monroe St. 
Arizona Teacher V Quarterly Educational 1912 

Arizona Education Assn., Publisher, 3636 N. 15th Ave. 

Arizona Wildlife- lMfM v TSI*,I. 1090 

Sportsman -f [Monthly Nature 1929 

Chuck Mabery, Editor; Akers Publishing Co., 804 N. 4th St. 

County Medical Society Magazine Group C 

A group of 128 Medical publications issued monthly or less frequently. Each 
is the official organ of the county or area medical society it represents and is 
distributed to physician members. For further information write to Ben 
Frazer, Group Manager, Academy of Medicine. 2025 N. Centra] Ave. 

Land Improvement Monthly { ^^n"' "" Controlled 1 free SiX 

Albert Horlings, Editor and Publisher, 3604 E. Orange Dr. 
Round-Up. The Monthly Medical Contr'oHedTe* dUfc 

Len Welsh, Editor; Maricopa County Medical Soc., Pub., 2025 N. Central Ave. 



12,313 

26,000 

1660 

$3,713 

6,000 

4,264 

$650 
$300 

9100 



8 23 
8 23 


301 3.00 1,898 
308 15.60*^66,583 


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224 3.00 


1,500 


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112 xl.50 


$8,500 


2 29 


105 3.00 


10,217 


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121,156 



$1,720 
$5,000 

$500 
$850 



Sol, El (Spanish) -f Friday Independent 1922 

J. C. Franco, Editor and Publisher, 62 S. 3rd St. 



7 24 280 3.00 $4,000 



224 1.00 



140 
224 



v tf jThursday Independent 1951 6 24 

AI and Mildred Fischer, Editors and Publishers, 1225 E. Broadway. 
Stockman Magazine, The Monthly Livestock 1935 3 28 

J. F. Finter, Publisher, 128 N. 1st Ave. (7). 
Sun-f Thursday Independent 1948 5 24 

W. B. Wright. Editor and Publisher. 625 E. Van Buren St. 
Sunnyslope Journal Friday Independent 5 24 

John Wagner, Editor and Publisher, 720 E. Dunlap. 
PRESCOTTf <C4), pop. 6,764; Yavapai Co. (C). 113 m NW of Phoenix. AT&SF RR. 

Airlines: BAL; FAL. Health resort. Copper, gold, silver mines. Ranching. 

Agriculture. Alfalfa, beans. 

T Arizona Courier- Journal -f {& M^n**^ 1 "*' Democratic 1934 

Courier-f jl^n*' S&t * Democratic 1882 

I Courier -f Friday.. Democratic 1984 

^ Ralph L. Williams, Editor; Donald Soldwedel, Publisher. 

Yavapai County Messenger.. ..Thursday Independent 1936 

E. J. Reuter, Publisher, 212-14 N. Cortez St. 



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IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; $Publisher'i Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mat*. 4 Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNafly 
estimate. V Issued only daring academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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SAFFORDt (F5H), pop. 3.756 (special U. S. Census 2-15-53, gives 4,274); Graham 
Co. (SE). 85 m NE of Tucson. 8P RR. Airline, FAL. Stock, poultry, grain 
farms. Cotton, cattle. 

Graham County Guardian 4-. ..Friday Democratic 1895 8 24 287 3.00 2,490 

Earl Hunt, Editor; Gila Printing and Publishing Company. 

SAINT JOHNSt (F4), pop. 1,469; Apache Co. (NE). 50 m SE of Holbrook, nearest 
railroad and banking town. AT&SF RR. Timber. Diversified farming. Cattle, 
sheep, grains. 

A ^ew+ Unt .. I ^!!lf.?.?.?} Fri Independent 1883 7 24 280 4.00 1,685 

Bryon D. and* Fauiine W. Box, Publishers. 
SAN MANUEL (D5%), pop. X2.500; Final Co. (S). 43 m NE of Tucson. SMA RR. 

Copper and Molybdenum mines. 
Miner-f- .Friday Independent 1953 8 23 280 5.00 2,654 

Tom Anderson, Publisher, P. O. Box 128, Coolidge. 

SCOTTSDALE (DC), pop. 2,032; Maricopa Co. (C). 13 m NE of Phoenix. AT&SF; SP 
RRs. Manufactures ceramics, women's dresses, bricks. Stock. 

Arizonian, The (offset) Friday Independent 1953 5 24 224 4.50 2,053 

D wight W. Koppes, Editor; Desert Paradise Publishers, Inc., 359 Craftsman Court 

Progress-!- Friday Independent 1936 8 24 294 3.00 1,908 

James H. Boyd, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 818. 

SHOW LOW (E4), pop. X852; Navajo Co. (NE). 45 m S of Holbrook, nearest railroad 
and banking town, A RR. Lumber mill. Timber. Agriculture. Cattle. 

White Mountain Eagle Friday Independent 1956 7 24 280 4.00 625 

Bryon D. and Pauline W. Box, Publishers. 

SOUTH TUCSON- See Tucson. 
SUNNYSLOPE See Phcenix. 

SUPERIOR (D5), pop. X4,200; Pinal Co. (S). 60 m SE of Phoenix. MA RR. Smelter. 
Copper, gold, silver mines. Cattle ranches. 

Sun-f Friday Ind. Dem 1915 8 24 287 3.00 1,350 

Earl Hunt, Editor; Gila Printing and Publishing Co. 

TEMPE (D6), pop. 7,684; Maricopa Co. (SC). 10 m SE of Phoenix. SP RR. Flour 
mills ; fruit juice cannery, steel foundry, garment factories. Arizona State Uni- 
versity. Diversified farming. Alfalfa, wheat, cotton, citrus fruit. 

News-f Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1887 8 22 295 7.00 3,673 

F. N. Connolly, Editor; News Publishing Company, P. O. Box 6. 

State Press+V Wednesday Collegiate 1890 5 22 225 5,400 

Students of Arizona State University, Publishers. 

TOMBSTONE (E7), pop. 910 (special U. S. Census 12-16-57, gives 1,391) ; Cochise Co. 
(SE). 65 m SE of Tucson. SP RR. Bank, Bisbee. Resort. Silver, gold, lead mining. 
Agriculture. Cattle. 

Epitaph + Thursday Agric. Dem 1880 7 24 280 3.00 1,575 

C. A. Smith. Editor and Publisher, Box 608. 

TUCSONf (E6), pop. 45,454 (special U. S. Census 4-30-53. gives 48,774); Pima Co. 
(S). 107 m SE of Phoenix. SP RR. Airlines: AA ; FAL; TWA. 

Manufactures aircraft, electronic devices, brick, tile, flour, iron products 
paint, plumbing material, glass, boots. Railroad repair shops, electronics plant. 
Three banks; bank clearings (6-30-58), $1,099,650,000; deposits (6-30-58), 
$59,071,000. 63,484 electric (AC) meters; 55,511 gas (nat.) meters; 75,728 
telephones. University of Arizona; State School for Deaf and Blind; Indian 
School; many private schools. Health and winter resort. Copper, silver, gold 
mines. Agriculture. Cotton, cattle. Three TV stations. 

Alianza (Alliance) (Span.) Bi-monthly Fraternal 1909 3 28 98 2.00 

Hector Arce. Editor; Alianza Hispano Americana, Publisher, P. 0. Box 1671. 



Arizona Business and 



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2 39 130 
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Bureau of Business and'Public Research, Univ. of Arizona, Publisher. 



Arizona Quarterly (no adv.). ..Quarterly ........ 



1945 1 52 98 2 - 



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22 301 24.00**31,874 

Sunday circ.**41,973 

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Albert F. Gegenheimer, Editor; Arizona Quarterly, University of Arizona, Pub. 
Arizona Register + .................. Friday ............. Catholic ............. 1930 8 23 294 3.00 

Rev. Thomas J. Lambert, Editor; Catholic Press Society, Inc., Publisher, 
20 W. Ochoa, P. O. Box 2711. 

{Arizona Star-f ......................... Every Morn. ...Independent ....... 1877 
W. R. Mathews, Editor and Publisher, 208 N. Stone Ave. 
Citizen -f- ................................... Kvg. ex. Sun. ..Independent ....... 1870 
Color and comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. 
Wm. A. Small, Editor and Publisher, 208 N. Stone Ave. 
Arizona Wildcat V ................... Wed. & Fri ...... Collegiate .......... 1909 

Students of the University of Arizona, Editors and Publishers. 
Hoofs and Horns .................... ..Monthly .......... Rodeo ................. 1980 3 __ ___ ____ 

Willard H. Porter, Editor; Hoofs & Horns Publishing Co., 4425 E. Ft. Lowell. 
f South Tucson Gazette-f ......... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1962 6 21 281 8.00 

| Sunnyside Sun-f- ..................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1958 6 21 281 8.00 

1 M. L. Ruts, Editor and Publisher, 121 E. 29th St., South Tucson. 

Southwestern Labor Record 4- .Thursday ........ Labor ....... .. ...... 1920 6 24 280 2.50 - 

J. J. Durkin, Editor; Record Publishing Co., P. O. Fox 790. 

Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. * Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to Inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNafly 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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Sun-News -f Semi-mo Independent 1931 5 24 224 3.00 

Wendell 8. Herman, Editor; The Pima County Pub. Co., Inc., 5759 East 5th St. 
Tucsonense, El-f- (Span.) Friday Independent 1934 7 24 280 2.50 1,000 

Rlcardo Fierro, Ed.; Mrs. F. S. de Moreno, Pub., 250 S. Stone Ave., P. O. Box 256. 

WICKENBURG (C4ft). pop. 1,786; Maricopa Co. (SC). 52 m NW of Phoenix. AT&SF 
RR. Winter retort. Gold, silver, lead mines. Cattle ranches. 

Sun + Friday Republican 1934 7 24 280 3.00 1,475 

John H. McCarroll, Editor and Publisher. 

WILLCOX (F6), pop. 1,266; Cochise Co. (SE). 65 m S of Tucson. SP RR. Ships cattle. 
Dude ranches. Agriculture. Stock. 

Arizona Ransre News-f Friday Independent 1884 7 24 276 3.50 1 1,350 

Ruth Mellenbruch, Editor; Clyde Roberts, Publisher. 

WILLIAMS (C8), pop. 2,162; Coconino Co. (N). 83 m W of Flagstaff. AT&SF RR. 
Manufactures lumber. Tourist resort. Pine timber. Agriculture. Livestock, beans, 
potatoes, wheat, oats. 

C News + Thursday Democratic 1889 6 24 276 4.00 1,367 

fDaily ex. 

< News + {Thurs., Sat. Democratic 1957 6 24 28010.00 J901 

l& Sun. 
I F. E. Wells, Editor and Publisher, 118 S. 3rd St. 

WINSLOW (E8%), pop. 6,618; Navajo Co. (NE). 65 m SE of Flagstaff. AT&SF RR. 
Airline, FAL. Railroad shops. Indian Reservation. Sawmills. Sheep, cattle. 

Mail-f- Friday Democratic 1880 8 24 287 4.00 1,890 

J. Morris Richards, Editor; Northern Arizona Printers and Publishers. 

YUMAf (A6). pop. 9,145; Yuma Co. (SW). On Colorado River at mouth of Gila River, 
165 m SW of Phoenix. SP RR. Airline. BAL. Manufactures water softeners, 
fertilizer, building material. Ships winter vegetables. Resort. Gold mines. Diver- 
sified farming. Lettuce, citrus, cantaloups, alfalfa. TV station. 

{ Sun and Arizona Sentinel ^..{l^^** 8 **' Independent 1869 8 24 294 18.50 **8,111 
Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
Sun Sunday Independent 8 24 294 **8,068 

Jones Osborn, Editor and Publisher. 

Yuma County Farmer -|- Thursday Agricultural 1952 5 24 224 3.00 1,680 

Lewis Robison, Editor; M. D. Simpkins, Publisher, 80 Third St. 



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{P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. <j> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch, t Parish Seat. Population 1950 Census. X Rand McNally 
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ARKANSAS 

Population 1,909,511 (U. S. Census, 1950) 
State Capital, LITTLE ROCK 

Arkansas is bounded on the north by Missouri, east by Missouri, Tennessee and Mississippi, 
south by Louisiana, southwest by Texas, and west by Oklahoma. Its greatest length, north to 
south, is 240 miles; its breadth varies from 170 to 250 miles. The total land area is 52,675 square 
miles. 

Nearly the entire state lies in the drainage basin of the lower Mississippi, which stream flows 
along most of its eastern border. In the eastern and southeastern portion are the cotton and 
timber belts. Every sort of tree that grows in the temperate zone abounds. The valley of the 
Arkansas, from the Oklahoma line to the Mississippi, is unsurpassed as a cotton producing region. 
In the west are the Ozark Mountains and fruit and mineral-bearing lands. Arkansas produces 
96% of the bauxite in the country. Near the center of the state are the famous Hot Springs 
and other mineral spring resorts, attractive to tourists and invalids. In the south are the largest 
of the state's oil fields. 

The summer season is long, the winters usually short and mild. The Weather Bureau at Little 
Rock gives the temperature (annual monthly mean) as 62.2; highest temperature recorded as 
110; lowest as 12; total annual precipitation as 47.52 inches. 

The University of Arkansas is located at Fayetteville. 

POPULATION 

Rank among the states (1950), thirtieth. Rural residents in 1950, 32.8% In 1950, of the 
1,909,511 total population, 1,481,508 were white; 428,003 were non-white 

AGRICULTURE 

Number of farms (1950), 182,429. Farm acreage, 18,871,244. Average acreage per farm, 
103.4. Average value per farm, $6,151. Farms selling products over $10,000 in value, 6,374. 

Cash receipts from farm marketings (1957): crops, $345,146,000; livestock and products 
(includes meat animals, dairy products, poultry and eggs), $194,938,000. 

Value of sales of chief crops (1957) : cotton (value of production), $151,078,000, rank, fourth; 
soybeans, $64,346,000, rank, seventh; rice, $54,681,000, rank, second; cottonseed (value of pro- 
duction), $21,151,000, rank, fourth; oats, $5,180,000; wheat, $4,985,000; corn, $3,355,000; 
sorghum grain, $3,350,000, rank, tenth; hay, $2,260,000; pecans, $1,953,000, rank, fourth; 
lespedeza seed, $1,082,000, rank, third; barley, $690,000; sweet potatoes, $465,000; sorghum 
sirup, $319,000, rank, fifth. 

Value of sales of fruits (noncitrus) (1957): peaches, $2,747,000, rank, ninth; strawberries, 
$1,834,000, rank, tenth; grapes, $112,000. 

Farm value of animals on farms (1-1-58) : all cattle and calves, $120,560,000; hogs and pigs, 
$8,707,000; horses and mules, $7,208,000; all sheep and lambs, $1,022,000. 

Cash receipts from poultry (1957): chickens (farm and commercial broilers), $58,779,000, 
rank, sixth; eggs, $15,300,000; turkeys, $9,696,000. 

Cash receipts from dairy products (1957) : all milk and cream, $37,608,000. Total milk pro- 
duction on farms, 1,181,000,000 Ibs. Dairy products (1957): American cheese, 13,405,000 Ibs.; 
creamery butter, 3,845,000 Ibs.; creamed cottage cheese, 1,191,000 Ibs.; ice cream, 2,722,000 
grallons. 

FORESTS, FURS AND FISHERIES 

Total lumber production (including Oklahoma) (1953), 958 million feet, b.m. Principal woods: 
southern yellow pine, oak, red and asp gum, cypress, cottonwood and aspen, black and tupelo 
gum, elm, hickory, sycamore, beech, maple, ash. 

Fur animals (1956-57): number of pelts sold, 109,593; total value, $298,733. Principal furs; 
mink, raccoon, muskrat, skunk. 

Mississippi River and tributaries fisheries catch (1956), 8,346,000 Ibs.; $695,000 value. Prin- 
cipal fish: buffalofish, catfish and bullheads. 

MANUFACTURES 

Statistics for 1954: value added by manufacture, $456,607,000. Leading industry groups: 
food and kindred products, lumber and products (except furniture), chemicals and allied products. 
Total expenditures for new plant and new equipment, $42,703,000. 

Final figures for value added by manufacture in each of the leading industry groups are avail- 
able through Superintendent of Documents. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

MINERALS 

Value (1954), $181,600,000. Principal mineral products in order of value: petroleum, coal, 
natural gas liquids. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Number of telephones (1-1-58), 356,600. Motor vehicles registered (Sept. 1958, est.), 637,000. 
Number of post offices (1957), 842. Number of retail stores (1954), 18,783 ; sales, $1,333,632,000. 



LIST OF COUNTIES 

Total number of counties 75 

County, Location on Map and County Seat Pop. County, Location on Map and County Seat Pop. 

1 Arkansas (E), De Witt and 7 Calhoun (S), Hampton 7,182 

Stuttgart 28,666 8 Carroll (NW), Berry ville and 

2 Ashley (SE), Hamburg 25,660 Eureka Springs 18,244 

8 Baxter (N), Mountain Home 11,688 9 Chicot (SE), Lake Village 22,806 

4 Benton (NW), Bentonville 88,076 10 Clark (SW), Arkadelphia 22,998 

5 Boone (NW), Harrison 16,260 11 Clay (NE), Corn ing and Piggott.. 26,674 

6 Bradley (S), Warren 15.987 12 Cleburne (NC), Heber Springs 11.487 

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LIST OF COUNTIES (Continued) 

County. Location on Map and County Seat Fop. County. Location on Map and County Seat Pop. 

18 Cleveland (S). Bison 8,956 45 Marion (N), Yellville 8.609 

14 Columbia (SW), Magnolia. 28,770 46 Miller (SW), Texarkana 82,614 

15 Conway (C). Morrilton 18,187 47 Mississippi (NE), Blytheville 

16 Craighead (NE), Jonesboro and and Osceola 82,876 

Lake City 50,618 48 Monroe (E), Clarendon 19.540 

17 Crawford (NW), Van Buren 22,727 49 Montgomery (W), Mount Ida 6,680 

18 Crittenden (E), Marion 47,184 50 Nevada (SW), Prescott 14,781 

19 Cross (E), Wynne 24,757 61 Newton (NW), Jasper 8,685 

20 Dallas (S), Fordyce 12,416 62 Ouachita (S), Camden 88,051 

21 Desha (SE), Arkansas City 25,155 68 Perry (C), Perry ville 5,978 

22 Drew (SE), Monticello 17,959 54 Phillips (E), Helena 46,254 

28 Faulkner (C), Conway 25,289 55 Pike (SW), Murfreesboro 10,082 

24 Franklin (NW), Charleston 66 Poinsett (NE), Harrisburg 89,811 

andOzark 12,868 57 Polk (W), Mena 14,182 

25 Fulton (N). Salem 9.187 68 Pope (NW), Russellville 28,291 

26 Garland (WC). Hot Springs 59 Prairie (C), Des Arc and 

National Park 47.102 De Vails Bluff 18,768 

27 Grant (C), Sherdian 9,024 60 Pulaski (C), Little Rock 196,685 

28 Greene (NE), Paragould 29,149 61 Randolph (NE), Pocahontas 15.982 

29 Hempstead (SW), Hope. 25.080 62 St. Francis (E), Forrest City 86.841 

80 Hot Spring (S WC ), Mai vern 22,181 6 3 Saline (C). Benton 28,816 

81 Howard (SW), Nashville... 18,842 64 S cott (W), Waldron 10,067 

** T?H e /N? n SJ^V?* Uirllle 2 2'o!2 66 Searc y < N >' Marshall 10,424 

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85 Jefferson (SEC). Pine Bluff 76 075 fi7 "?* ?cw? n O^'n Izl of 

86 Johnson (NW). Clarksville 16,188 *l fj vi (SW) ^e Queen 12.298 

87 Lafayette (SW). Lewis ville 18,208 68 Shar ? (N), Evening Shade 

88 Lawrence (NE), Powhatan and ^ and ,?* rd j: TV" !'??? 

Walnut Ridge ... 21 808 69 Stone (N) Mountain View 7,662 

89 Lee (E), Marianna '". 24*822 70 Union (S). El Dorado 49,686 

40 Lincoln (SE), Star City " 17*079 71 Van Buren (NWC), Clinton 9.687 

41 Little River (SW), Ashdown "." 11,'690 ^2 Washington (NW), Fayetteville.... 49,979 

42 Logan (W), Booneville and Paris.. 20.260 78 White (NEC), Searcy 88,040 

48 Lonoke (C), Lonoke 27.278 74 Woodruff (NEC), Augusta 18,967 

44 Madison (NW), Hunts ville 11.784 75 Yell (W), Danville and Dardanelle 14,067 



ARKANSAS NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL STATISTICS 

Newspapers Periodicals 

Period of Issue Number Period of Issue Number 

Daily 34 Daily 1 

Evening dailies (29> Weekly 11 

Morning dailies (5) Fortnightly 1 

Daily, with Sunday edition (11) Semi-monthly 8 

Semi-weekly 2 Monthly 10 

Weekly 137 Bi-monthly 8 

Semi-monthly 1 Quarterly 4 

Free or partly free dist. wkly.. ( 1 ) 

Total Periodicals . 88 

Total Newspapers 174 

Total number of publications 207 

County seats (indicated by t) having publications 81 

Total number of towns having publications 138 

For circulation figure* for daily papers see also Daily Newspaper List in back of Directory. Occasionally it Is 
possible to incorporate a later figure in that list. 



Estab Cols O Width? Depth Sub Circ 

ALMA (B8), pop. 1.228; Crawford Co. (NW). 15 m NW of Fort Smith. MP RR. 
Agriculture. Poultry, cotton, soybeans, apples, grapes. 

News-f Thursday Independent 1952 5 24 220 2.00 947 

H. J. Bradley, Jr., Publisher. 

ARKADELPHIAt (D5%), pop. 6,819; (special U. S. Census 12-6-56, gives 7,638); 
Clark Co. (SW). On Ouachita River, 26 m S of Hot Springs. MP RR. Airport. 
Manufactures lumber, flour. Cotton gins; grist and saw mills; bottling works; 
candy, handle factories. Henderson State Teachers College. Ouachita College. 
Timber. Diversified farming. 

Henderson OracleJ- V Friday Collegiate 1907 6 24 217 xl.50 1,500 

Student* of Henderson State Teachers College, Editors and Publishers. Box 684. 

Onaehltuqio^.io-x/ PI T /Coll. News 1891 6 24 224 1.75 

Ouachita Signal + V Bi-mo.. Tues... j & Featureg Controlled free dist. 850 

Students of Ouachita College, Editors and Publishers. 
Sif tings Herald + j^Y^**' Smt - Democratic 1890 8 24 280 7.80 82,438 

Philip McCorkle, Jr., Siftings Herald Ptg. Co., Publisher, 917 Sixth St. 
Southern Standard-*- Wednesday Ind. Agrfc 1868 8 24 801 2.00 $2,542 

C. K. Tudor. Editor; Southern Standard Printing Co., Publisher. 510 Main St. 



Cb-adatJon **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement: Bold face, sworn; IPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRsnd McNsllr 
estimate. yi*ned only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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ASHDOWNf (B6), pop. 2,788; Little River Co. (SW). 20 m NW of Texarkana. GN&A; 
KCS; SLSF RRs. Manufactures lumber. Cotton compress; saw mills. Timber. 
Agriculture. Cotton, corn, oats, soybeans. Cattle. 

Little River News + Thursday Democratic 1898 7 24 280 2.00 1,228 

W. B. Coley, Jr., Editor and Publisher. 

ATKINS (E8), pop. 1,291; Pope Co. (NWC), 50 m NW of Little Rock. MP RR. Lumber 
mill ; vegetable cannery. Oak, gum, cypress timber. Diversified farming. Spinach, 
tomatoes, cotton, soybeans. 

Chronicle + Thursday .. .Democratic... 1894 6 26 280 2.50 1,350 

Ardis Tyson, Editor and Publisher. 

AUGUSTA t (H8), pop. 2,817 ; Woodruff Co. (NEC). On White River, 65 m NE of Little 
Rock. AUG RR. Manufactures lumber. Cotton gins ; grist mill. Oak, elm, cotton- 
wood timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, rice, soybeans, hay. 

Advocate-h Thursday Democratic 1858 6 24 280 3.00 902 

LeRoy and Floy Tyson, Editors and Publishers. 

BALD KNOB (G8), pop. 2,022; White Co. (NEC). 58 m NE of Little Rock. MP RR. 
Lumber, handles manufactured. Saw mills; cotton gin. Ships strawberries. Oak. 
hickory timber. Agriculture. Cotton, strawberries, potatoes. 

Banner-h Thursday Democratic 1925 7 23 280 2.00 1,050 

E. W. Ramsey, Editor and Publisher. 

BATESVILLEf (G2). pop. 6,414; Independence Co. (N). On White River, 80 m NE 
of Little Rock. MP RR. Manufactures white lime, marble and silica products, 
lumber, staves, shoes, dairy products. Cotton gins and compress ; grist and saw 
mills ; bottling works. Arkansas College. Manganese, white and black marble, 
limestone, silica quarries; hardwood, pine timber. Diversified farming. Cotton, 
corn, hay, livestock, poultry. 

{ Guard + jl^^- Sat - Democratic 1876 8 24 280 7.50 3,356 
Comic strip advertising accepted. 
Record-f .Thursday Democratic 1910 8 24 273 2.00 1,6O4 
Paul Buchanan, Editor; Guard-Record Co., Inc., Publisher. 
Hatcheryman's Classified libr,*vi. (Hatcherymen 1QKK A /. 1fl9 AA 

Exchanged [Monthly i & Chick Dlrs 1956 4 26 182 2 ' 00 

W. W. Magness, Publisher. P. O. Box 152. 

News Review -f Thursday Democratic 1932 8 24 273 2.00 1,511 

Farrell Conner, Editor; News-Review, Publisher, 109 W. Main St. 

BEEBE (G3Mj), pop. 1,192 (special U. S. Census 6-3-57, gives 1,624); White Co. 
(NEC). 35 m NE of Little Rock. MP RR. Cotton gin; saw mill. Oak timber. 
Agriculture. Cotton, strawberries. 

News-f Thursday Democratic 1948 7 23 280 2.00 1,985 

Ellis W. Ramsey, Editor and Publisher. 

BENTONf (E4%), pop. 6,277 (special U. S. Census 5-1-57, gives 10,148); Saline Co. 
(C). 28 m SW of Little Rock. MP; CRI&P RRs. Aluminum ore mies. Manufac- 
tures furniture, lumber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn. Dairy farming. 

Courier-f Thursday Independent 1888 8 24 294 2.50 5,847 

Bryan McGinnis, Editor; Sam M. Hodges, Publisher, 120 N. Market St. 
BENTONVlLLEf (Bl), pop. 2,942 (special U. S. Census 1-17-56, gives 8,495) ; Benton 
Co. (NW). 79 m N of Fort Smith. SL&SF RR. Manufactures lumber, canned 
fruits and vegetables, cheese, butter, evaporated fruits. Monument plants. 
Ships poultry. Hardwood timber. Resort. Agriculture. Poultry, apples, grapes. 

Benton County Democrat -f--.. Thursday Democratic 1886 7 26 276 2.50 2,525 

Wesley E. Hunnicutt, Editor; Benton County Democrat Pub'g Co., P. O. Box 150. 
BERRYVILLEf (Cl), pop. 1,768; Carroll Co. (NW). 80 m SE of Joplin, Mo. A&O RR. 
Lumber mill ; cheese factories. Timber. Dairy, fruit, truck farms. Poultry. 

Star- Pr ogres s -h Thursday Democratic 1872 8 24 287 2.50 2,525 

O. Klute Braswell, Editor; Braswell Printing Co., Publisher, P. O. Box 472. 
BLYTHEVILLE (Ll%), pop. 16,284 (special U. S. Census 1-28-56, gives 17,804). 
Mississippi Co. (NE). 45 m E of Jonesboro. SLSF; SLSW RRs. Airport. Cotton 
market, lumber, cottonseed oil, awnings, dairy products manufactured. Cotton 
gin and compress; grist and saw mills; bottling works. Agriculture. Cotton, 
alfalfa. 

Courier-News -f Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Dem 1903 8 22 29415.60 7,739 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
Harry Haines, Editor; H. W. Haines, Publisher. 

BOONEVILLEf (C3),pop. 2,433 (special U. S. Census 11-9-55, gives 2,632) ; Logan Co. 
(W). 85 m SE of Ft. Smith. CRI&P RR. Saw mills. Combs, church furniture 
manufactured. Timber. Dairy, stock, fruit farms. 

Democrat -f Thursday Democratic 1899 8 24 280 2.00 2,192 

Lester Hampton, Editor and Publisher. 

BRINKLEY (H4), pop. 4,178; Monroe Co. (E). 67 m E of Little Rock. CRI&P; SLSW; 
MP RRs. Airport. Manufactures men's shirts. Lumber mill; cooperage. Hardwood 
timber. Diversified farming. Cotton, rice. 

Argus -f Thursday Ind. Dem 1876 8 24 295 8.00 3,404 

Mason W. Clifton, Editor and Publisher. 

Citizen -f Thursday Democratic 1872 8 24 808 2.50 3,186 

Harry Allen, Editor ; Thomas Allen, Publisher. 

CABOT (F8H), POP. 1,147; Lonoke Co. (C). 25 m NE of Little Rock. MP RR. Airport. 
Manufactures net hoops. Saw mills ; cotton gins. Agriculture. Dairying. Cotton, 
corn, potatoes, strawberries. Poultry. 

Star-Herald Friday Democratic 1922 7 24 280 2.00 883 

Cone Magie, Editor; Mr. and Mrs. Cone Magie, Publisher, P. O. Box 180. 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; (Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. * Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to Inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNaftr 
estimate. V Issued only daring academic year. xSubseription included in membership fe*. 

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CALICO ROCK (Fl). pop. 968; Izard Co. (N). On White River, 75 m NW of Jonesboro. 
HP RR. Lumber mill. Timber. Dairy, poultry farms. Cotton, hay. 

Progress + Thursday Democratic 1903 6 26 280 1.50 

Wayne Mangus, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 194. 

CAMDENf (E6), pop. 11,872 (special U. 3. Census 2-11-66, gives 16,622); Ouachita 
Co. (S). On Ouachita River, at head of navigation, 30 m N of El Dorado. CRI&P; 
SLSW; MP RRs. Airline, TTA. Manufactures paper, paper bags, gas air condi- 
tioners, house trailers, furniture, sash, doors, lumber, monuments, fertilizer. 
Pine, hardwood timber. Hatcheries. Agriculture. Poultry, cotton, corn. 

r (Evg. ex. Sat. 

I News -h j&bun.. Democratic 1920 8 23 294 15.60 

"S (.Sun. Morn. 

L Times -f Thursday Democratic 1930 8 24 294 1.50 

Alfred W. Rose. Editor; The Camden News Publishing Company. 

CARLISLE (G4), pop. 1,896; Lonoke Co. (C). 85 m E of Little Rock. CRI&P RR. 
Rice and saw mills ; cotton gin ; cheese factory. Hardwood timber. Agriculture. 
Rice, oats, cotton. 

Independent-!- Thursday Agriculture 1904 6 26 276 2.00 

Al Sadler, Editor and Publisher. 

CAVE CITY (Gift), pop. 872; Sharp Co. (N). 95 m NE of Little Rock. MP RR. Cotton 
gin. Timber. Stock, dairy, poultry farms. Cotton, corn, melons, cucumbers. 



Sharp County Record -f Thursday Democratic 1876 

Walter C. Yeager, Editor and Publisher, Bates ville. 



7 24 270 2.00 



Clrc 
690 



5,284 
367 

780 
1,015 
1,050 

1,678 



CHARLESTON! (B8), pop. 968; Franklin Co. (NW). 25 m SE of Fort Smith. MP RR. 
Cotton gin; hatchery. Coal mines. Dairy, poultry farms. Hay, cotton, oats. 

Express-f Thursday Dem. A^ric 1901 8 24 280 1.50 

Mrs. Clydia Smith, Editor; John Guion, Publisher. 

CLARENDONf (H4), pop. 2,547; Monroe Co. (E). On White River, 80 m E of Little 
Rock. MP; SLSW RRs. Lumber mills; pearl button factories; cotton gins. Oak, 
gum, pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, rice. 

Monroe County Sun -f Thursday Democratic 1H73 8 24 308 2.00 

L. E. Fay, Editor and Publisher. 

CLARKSVILLEf (D2%). pop. 4,343; Johnson Co. (NW). 60 m E of Fort Smith. MP 

RR. Lumber and stave mills: brick plant. College of the Ozarks. Gas wells; 

coal mines ; pine, oak timber. Dairy, poultry, stock farms. Peaches. , 

Herald-Democrat -f Thursday Democratic 1876 7 24 276 2.50 2,232 

Don Marts and W. R. Hunt, Jr., Editors and Publishers. 
Johnson Co. Graphic-}- Thursday Democratic 1933 8 24 280 2.50 2,217 

Richard W. Mayo, Jr., Editor; Graphic Publishing Co., Inc., Publishers. 

CLINTONf (F2), pop. 853; Van Buren Co. (NWC). 60 m N of Little Rock. Railroad 

station, Sy la more. MP RR. Lumber mills. Pine timber. Diversified farming. Corn, 

cotton, hay, poultry. 
Van Buren Co. Democrat + ... .Thursday Independent 1909 8 24 294 2.50 2,130 

J. W. Jackson, Editor and Publisher. 
CONWAYf (F8), pop. 8.610; Faulkner Co. (C). 82 m NW of Little Rock. MP RR. 

Airport. Manufactures shoes, cheese, bus bodies, ice cream. Cotton gins and 

compress; saw mill. Hendrix College; Arkansas State Teachers College. Oak, 

pine timber. Dairy, stock, poultry farms. Cotton. 
College Profile-fV Saturday .Collegiate 1913 6 26 280 3.50 450 

Students of the Hendrix College, Editors and Publishers. 
Echo. The -f Friday Collegiate 1913 6 26 280x3.00 1,176 

Students of the Arkansas State Teachers College, Editors and Publishers. 

{Log Cabin Democrat -f Evg. ex. Sun. ..Democratic 1R78 8 24 294 13.00 3,156 
Log Cabin Democrat -f- Thursday Democratic 1878 8 24 294 2.60 2,191 

Frank Robins, Jr., Editor; Con way Printing Company, Publisher. 

CORNINGt (JD, pop. 2,046; Clay Co. (NE). 90 m NW of Memphis, Tenn. MP RR. 

Manufactures buttons, lumber, novelties, pool tables, flour, feed. Cotton gins. 

Hardwood timber. Diversified farming. Cotton, rice, wheat. 
Clay County Courier -f Thursday Democratic 1873 7 23 280 2.50 $2,425 

Wm. W. Estes and A. C. Estes, Publishers. 
COTTON PLANTf (H8%), pop. 1,838; Woodruff Co. (NEC). 60 m NE of Little Rock. 

CP-F RR. Stave, heading, lumber mills ; veneer and plywood factory ; cotton 

gins. Oak, cypress, gum timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay. 
Woodruff Co. Democrat -f- Friday Democratic 1915 6 26 280 2.00 $900 

Mrs. Carroll Hill, Editor; H. V. Walker, Publisher. 
CROSSETT (G7Vfc), pop. 4.619 (special U. S. Census 12-13-55, gives 5.172) ; Ashley Co. 

(SE). 50 m E of El Dorado. A&LM; AD&N; CRI&P; MP RRs. Manufactures 

burlap, cotton and paper bags, paper products, charcoal, wood alcohol, acetic 

acid, lumber. Agriculture. Dairy. 
News Observer Thursday Democratic 1939 7 24 280 3.00 2,245 

Robert Fisher, Editor and Publisher. 
DANVILLEf (D3%). pop. 829; Yell Co. (W). 65 m SE of Fort Smith. CRI&P RR. 

Lumber mill ; cotton gin. Pine timber. Cotton, corn, poultry. 
Yell Countv Record Thursday Independent 1899 6 24 276 2.50 1,580 

R. L. Fisher, Editor and Publisher. 
DARDANELLEf (D8), pop. 1,772: Yell Co. (W). 7 m E of Ft. Smith. D&R RR. Planing 

and saw mills; cotton gins. Pine, oak timber. Dairy, poultry farms. Cotton, 

corn, hay. 
Post-Dispatch -f Thursday Independent 1853 6 26 280 2.50 1,500 

R. L. Fisher, Editor and Publisher. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
5PO Statement; Bold lace, sworn; tPublisher't Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to Inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCotinty teat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNalU 
estimate. V lamed only during academic year. xSubscription included in memberahip fe. 

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DECATUR (BI), pop. 850; Benton Co. (NW). 80 m NW of Fayetteville. KCS RR. 
Feed mill; hatchery; cannery. Grain, fruit, poultry farms and processing plant. 

Herald-f- Thursday Independent 1954 6 22 262 2.00 

R. L. Tucker, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 68. 

DE QUEENf <B6%), pop. 8,015; Sevier Co. (SW). 45 m NW of Texarkana. KCS; 
DQ&E RRs. Airport. Lumber mills ; furniture factory ; creosoting plant; hatchery. 
Railroad shops. Pine, oak, gum timber. Dairy, poultry farms. Peaches, straw- 
berries, cucumbers. 

f Bee-f- Thursday Democratic 1897 8 24 294 2.00 

j Citizen-f {j^;**' Sat ' Democratic 1874 8 24 294 13.00 

I J. R. McKinley, Editor; Ray Kimball, Publisher. 

DERMOTT (H6), pop. 8,601; Chicot Co. (SE). 60 m SE of Pine Bluff. MP RR. Manu- 
factures gloves, handles, staves, dimensions, lumber. Cotton grins; saw mills. 
Gum, hickory, oak timber. Stock, poultry, truck farms. Cotton, corn, oats, rice. 

News-f- Friday Democratic 1911 7 24 280 2.50 

W. W. Mundy, Publisher, P. O. Box 357. 

DES ARCf (G8%), pop. 1,612; Prairie Co. (EC). On White River about 48 m NE of 
Little Rock. CRI&P RR. Saw and stave mills. Soft and hardwood timber. Diver- 
sified farming. Cotton, corn, rice. 

White River Journal Thursday Democratic 1907 6 26 276 2.00 

C. J. Walls, Editor; White River Journal, Publisher. 

DE VALLS BLUFFf (H4), pop. 830; Prairie Co. (EC). On White River, 45 m E of 

Little Rock. CRI&P RR. Resort. Boat factory. Commercial fishing, mussel shells. 

Agriculture. Rice, cotton, corn. 
Democrat-f Thursday Democratic 1910 7 24 266 2.00 

Leland Bland, Editor; F. W. Canaday, Publisher, England. 
Times-f- Thursday Democratic 1954 6 26 280 2.00 

Miss Cordie Hall, Editor; William F. Woods, Publisher. 
DE WITTf (H5), pop. 2.848; Arkansas Co. (E). 45 m NE of Pine Bluff. SLSW RR. 

Rice, saw mills; cotton gin. Gum, oak, hickory timber. Agriculture. Rice, 

cotton, corn. 
Era-Enterprise + Thursday Democratic 1882 7 23 280 3.00 

M. D. Braswell, Editor and Publisher, Box 431. 

DUMAS (H6), pop. 2,512; Desha Co. (SE). 42 m SE of Pine Bluff. MP RR. Manu- 
factures lumber, handles, concrete blocks, garments. Cotton gins; saw mills; 
bottling works. Hardwood, cypress timber. Agriculture. Cotton, soybeans, corn. 
Cattle, hogs. 

Clarion -f Thursday Democratic 1899 7 24 280 2.00 

Charlotte T. Schexnayder, Editor; Melvin Schexnayder, Publisher. 

EARLE (K3). pop. 2,375; Crittenden Co. (E). 32 m W of Memphis, Tenn. MP RR. Saw. 
nills; cotton gins, compress; warehouse. Hardwood timber. Agriculture. 



grist mil 
Cotton, corn. 

Enterprise 4- Friday Democratic 1906 

C. I. Phelps, Editor; Phelps Printing Co., Publisher. 



6 26 280 2.00 



EL DORADOf (E7), pop. 23,076 (special U. S. Census 5-8-54, gives 24,477); Union 
Co. (S). 89 m NW of Monroe, La. ED&W; MP; CRI&P RRs. Airline, TTA. 

Manufactures refined petroleum, petro-chemical products, paint and varnish, 
asphalt and foundry products; oil well equipment, lumber, fertilizer. Bottling 
works; cotton gin; saw mill; nursery. Gas and oil wells; pine and hardwood 
timber. Agriculture. Cotton, sweet potatoes, livestock, poultry. 

r News-f- Every Morn....Ind. Dem 1921 9 



23 308 20.80 
Sunday circ. 
23 308 13.00 



Circ 
408 

81,819 



S Times-h .................................... Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Dem ............ 1889 9 

I Color advertising accepted in both dailies. 

News-Times Publishing Company. 
South Arkansas Progress -f ...Friday ............. Ind. Dem ............ 1928 8 24 308 1.50 

Space sold only in combination with Journal, Smackover. Combined circ. 

Mrs. J. T. Reynolds, Editor; W. E. Hussman, Publisher. 

ENGLAND (F4%). pop. 2,186; Lonoke Co. (C). 25 m SE of Little Rock SLSW RR. 
Manufactures mattresses, lumber, building materials. Cotton gins. Agriculture. 
Cotton, truck, stock farms. 
Democrat-f .............................. Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1934 7 24 280 8.50 

B. W. Hicks, Editor; P. W. Canaday, Publisher. 

EUDORA (H7), pop. 8,072; Chicot Co. (SE). 80 m E of El Dorado. MP RR. Manu- 
factures hardwood lumber products. Cotton gins, compress. Hardwood timber. 
Agriculture. Cotton, corn, rice, soybeans, truck crops. 
EnterpHse-f ............................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1934 7 24 276 2.50 

F. N. Carnahan, Editor and Publisher. 

EUREKA SPRINCSf (CD. pop.1,958; Carroll Co. (NW). 80 m NE of Fort Smith. 
A&O RR Manufactures lumber. Saw mills. Health resort; mineral springs. 
Oak. pine timber. Agriculture. Com, wheat, poultry, livestock. 



$1,600 

550 

J400 

$2,391 

1,910 

500 



10,594 

11,228 

3,847 



871 
2,475 



1,425 



1,200 



OzarkGu!de+ ......................... Quarterly ........ ^kLore 1948 2 24 88 1 - 

O. E. Rayburn, Editor; Oxark Guide Press, Publisher. 
Times-Echo -f- .......................... Thursday ........ Independent. ..... 1881 7 24 280 2.50 

Everett and Lucille Wheeler, Publishers. 



1,700 



Circulation **Sept. A B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O Statement; Bold face, sworn: tPubHsher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. 4 Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to Inch. T Agate lines. 14 to Inch. tCounty sett Population 1950 Census. xRand McNaU* 
estimate. V !*> only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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FAYETTEVILLEf (HIM.), pop. 17,071 (special U. S. Census 5.6-57, gives 18,069); 
Washington Co. (NW). 60 m NE of Fort Smith. SLSF RR. Airline, CEN. 
Manufactures lumber, clothing, wagons, handles. Poultry packing; bottling 
works; hatchery. University of Arkansas; U. S. Veterans Hospital. Resort. 
Hardwood timber. Poultry, fruit, dairy, stock farms. Fruit, berries, corn. 

Arkansas Agriculturist V Quarterly Agric. Coll 1921 3 26 122 1.00 

Students of the College of Agriculture, Editors and Publishers. 

Arkansas EngineerV Quarterly Bnrt Coll m cLtr^lled^ce db 

Students of the Engineering College, University of Arkansas, Publishers, 

Room 209 Journalism Hall. 
Arkansas Farm Research !. mftnf ui v (Agricultural 1952 8 26 140 

(no adv.) pi-monthly [Kesearch Controlled free dist. 



Circ 



2,000 

300 
$1,200 



$6,000 



80 
4,300 



Mrs. Marie L. Lavallard, Editor; Arkansas Agric. Experiment Station, Publisher. 

A v. T, i -w l^om-ex-Sat..,,-!!--...*- 1894 5 24 224 8.00 

Arkansas TravelerV j gun ^ Mon 'Collegiate Controlled free dist. 

Students of University of Arkansas, Editors and Publishers, Hill Hall. 

Northwest Arkansas Times -f . Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Dem 1860 8 22 294 16.00 * 10,409 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
Fayetteville Democrat Pub. Co., 25 N. East St. 

FORDYCEf (F6), pop. 8,754; Dallas Co. (S). 36 m SW of Pine Bluff. CRI&P; SLSW; 
F&P RRs. Airport. Manufactures lumber, caskets, cross ties. Cotton gin; saw 
mills ; bottling works. Hardwood and pine timber. Dairy, stock, poultry farms. 
Cotton, fruit, truck crops. 

News- Advocate -f- Thursday Democratic 1884 8 24 308 3.00 

Wm. R. Whitehead, Editor; Fordyce Pub. Co.. Publisher. 

FOREMAN (B6), pop. X907; Little River Co. (SW). 30 m NW of Texarkana. SLSF 
RR. Saw mill; cotton gins. Dairy, stock farms. Cotton, corn, hay. Cattle. 



2,224 



Sun-f Friday Democratic 1900 

W. B. Coley, Jr., Editor and Publisher. 



7 24 276 2.00 



517 

1,450 
3,396 



FORREST CITYt (J3%), pop. 7,607 (special U. S. Census 6-5-58, gives 8,985); St. 

Francis Co. (E). 42 m SW of Memphis, Tenn. CRI&P; MP RKs. Cotton gins; 

grist mill. Gravel pit; hardwood timber. Agriculture. Cotton, sweet potatoes, corn. 

Crowley Ridge Chronicle -f.... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1905 7 24 276 3.50 

Corinne Hodges, Editor; Verlie R. Causey, Publisher. 

I Eva. ex. Sat. 
Times -Herald -f ....................... \& Sun., Democratic ........ 1876 8 24 287 9.60 

(Sun. Morn. 
Fred N. McCollum, Sr., Editor and Publisher, 208 E. Garland. 

FORT SMITHf (B3), pop. 47,942 (special U. S. Census 8-16-57, gives 59,959) ; Sebas- 
tian Co. (W). On Arkansas River, 60 m SE of Muskogee, Okla. SLSF; MP; 
KCS; MV RRs. Airlines: BNF; CEN. Two TV Stations. 

Livestock, feed and food market. Furniture, glass, bottles, bricks, chimneys, 
mattresses, cottonseed oil, lumber, kitchen cabinets, handles, tents, caskets, 
auto bodies, tin cans, paper cups, concrete pipe, iron and sheet metal, optical 
goods, paper boxes, scissors, coal briquettes, heavy trailers, clothing, electical 
appliances manufactured. Zinc smelters. Three banks; deposits (6-23-58), 
$65,116,090. 19,699 (res.) electric meters; 19,234 (res.) gas (nat.) meters; 
17,304 telephones. Coal mines; hardwood timber. TV station. 
Fort Smithian-f- ...................... Friday ............. Ind. Dem ............ 1926 8 24 287 3.50 $250 

Edgar R. Ramey, Editor; Fort Smithian Publishing Co., 117 Garrison Ave. i 12, 7 50 Free 

(Southwest American -f ........... Morn.ex.Sun...Ind. Dem ............ 1907 8 22 294 15.60 ** 19,003 
Southwest Times Record -f-.... Sunday ............ Ind. Dem ............ 1882 8 22 294 7.80**33,822 
Times Record -f- ....................... Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Dem ............ 1882 8 22 294 15.60 ** 19,562 
Color and comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. 
Southwestern Publishing Co., 920 Rogers Ave. 

GENTRY (Bl), pop. 729; Benton Co. (NW). 60 m N of Fort Smith. KCS RR. Railroad 
ties, staves manufactured. Timber. Dairy, poultry, fruit farms. Apples, straw- 
berries. 
Journal- Ad van ce-h .................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1894 7 22 280 2.00 $1,140 

M. V. Lamberson, Editor and Publisher. 

GLENWOOD (C5), pop. 848; Pike Co. (SW). 82 m SW of Hot Springs. MP RR. 
Lumber mill; Manganese, cinnabar, slate quarries, glove plant. Pine timber. 
Agriculture. Peaches, strawberries, feed. 
Herald-f ................................... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1925 8 24 294 2.60 992 

Mrs. E. V. Watt, Editor; E. V. Watt, Publisher. 

GRAVETTE (Al), pop. 894; Benton Co. (NW). 15 m N of Bentonville. KCS RR. Nut 

shelling plant. Saw mill. Timber. Agriculture. Poultry; dairy products. 
News Herald ............................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1894 5 24 262 2.00 

R. Dodie Evans, Editor and Publisher. 

GREEN FOREST (Dl), pop. 788; Carroll Co. (NW). 80 m NE of Fort Smith. A&O RR. 

Many tomato canneries. Agriculture. Corn, oats, hay. 
Tribune-h ................................. Thursday ........ Agric. Dem ........ 1892 6 24 280 2.50 

T. E. Larimer, Editor and Publisher. 

GREENWOODf (B8), pop. 1,684; Sebastian Co. (W). 20 m SE of Fort Smith. MP; MV 

RRs. Planing mill; cotton gin. Coal mines. Dairy, poultry farms. 
Democrat-}- .............................. Thursday ........ Dem. Agric ........ 1882 8 24 294 2.00 

Earl Dodd, Editor; Express Publishing Co., Paris. 



1,132 



1,225 



1,050 



Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit J 
P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher'* Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. 4 Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNalljr 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSuhscription included in membership fee. 

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GURDON <D6), pop. 2,890; Clark Co. (SW). 65 m NB of Texarkana. MP KR. Aluminum 
reduction plant, lumber mills ; railroad shops ; cotton gins. Pine timber. Agricul- 
ture. Cotton, corn. 

Times + Thursday Democratic 1880 7 24 276 2.50 $1,588 

Thomas J. Key, Editor and Publisher. 

HAMBURGt (G7), pop. 2,655; Ashley Co. (SE). 75 m SE of Pine Bluff. MP RR. 
Airport. Saw, grist mills; cotton gin. Pine, oak timber. Agriculture. Cotton, 
corn, hay. 

Ashley County Leader -f- Thursday Democratic 1868 7 24 280 2.00 

F. H. Reamey and Hugh A. Dreher, Publishers. 

HAMPTONf (F6ft), pop. 888; Calhoun Co. (S). 26 m N of El Dorado. Railroad 
station, Harrell. CRI&P RR. Saw mills ; Cotton gin. Yellow pine timber. Cotton, 



corn, truck produce. 

Arkansaw Plaindealer-f Thursday Democratic 1901 8 24 308 1.50 

Mrs. Madge Elliott, Editor; W. R. Whitehead, Publisher. 

HARDYf (HI), pop. 699; Sharp Co. (N). 92 m NW of Blytheville. SLSF RR. Summer 
resort. Saw mill. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay. 

Sharp County Independent -{-...Thursday Independent 1935 7 22 280 2.00 

Ben D. Daulton, Editor and Publisher. 

HARRISBURGf (J2H). POP- 1.498; Poinsett Co. (NE). 23 m S of Jonesboro. MP 
RR. Lumber and rice mills; cotton gin. Hardwood timber. Agriculture.. Cotton, 
rice, soy beans, dairy products. 

Modern News -f Thursday Democratic 1888 7 26 280 2.00 

L. D. Freeman, Editor and Publisher. 

HARRISONf (Dl), pop. 6,542 (special U. S. Census 11-1-55, gives 5,617) ; Boone Co. 
(NW). 195 m NE of Fort Smith. A&O RR. Airline, CEN. Lumber. Bottling 
works, garment, church furniture factories ; die casting plant. Timber. Farm- 
ing. Dairy cattle. 

Boone County Headlight 4- Thursday Ind. Dem. .. 1895 7 22 287 4.00 

J. E. Dunlap, Jr., Editor; Times Publishing Co., Inc., Publisher. 



Times-f 



' Sat ' 



Democratic 



1870 8 22 287 10.40 



Comic strip advertising accepted. 

J. R. Newman, Editor; Times Publishing Co., Inc., Publisher. 

HARTFORD (A8%). pop. 865; Sebastian Co. (W). 18 m S of Greenwood. CRI&P RR. 

Coal mining. Diversified farming. 
Gamecock. The ......................... Monthly .......... Game Fowl ........ .1935 2 32 119 3.00 

David C. Marburger, Editor ; The Gamecock, Publisher. 

HAZEN (G4), pop. 1,270; Prairie Co. (EC). 40 m E of Little Rock. CRI&P RR. Cotton 

gin. Agriculture. Rice, corn, cotton. 
Grand Prairie Herald -f ........... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1901 6 26 276 2.00 

Clyde E. Bowman, Editor; William F. Woods, Publisher. 

HEBER SPRINGSf (F2H). pop. 2,109; Cleburne Co. (NC). 86 m N of Little Rock. 
Railroad station, Searcy. CRI&P; DK&S RRs. Lumber mills; glove factory. 
Resort, mineral springs. Stone quarries. Dairy, stock, poultry and cattle. 
Cleburne County Times -f ...... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1888 7 24 308 2.50 

M. M. Irwin, Editor and Publisher, 105 S. Third St. 

HELENAf (J4%), pop. 11,286; Phillips Co. (E). On Mississippi River, 90 m SW of 
Memphis, Tenn. 1C; MA A; MP RRs. Airline, TTA. Port of entry. Manufactures 
cottonseed oil, lumber, hosiery, tires, tubes, dresses, fertilizer, staves. Cotton 
gin; compresses; cannery; saw mills. Ships cotton, lumber. Timber. Agriculture. 

World and East Arkansas {5 v ;Jf X ' Sat> TT,^ nom 1871 8 24 28713.20 



647 
5725 

1,520 

52,281 
2,783 

5,216 

$1,250 

1,892 



86,518 
7,200 



Comic strip advertising accepted. 

J. M. Young, Editor; Helena World Publishing Co. 

HOPE (C6), pop. 8,602; Hempstead Co. (SW). 84 m NE of Texarkana. MP; LA A; 

SLSF RRs. Airport. Lumber; handle, basket, insecticide, floor sweep, electronic 

speaker factories; brickworks; cotton gin and compress. Hard and softwood 

timber. Diversified farming. 
Hempstpad County News 4-. ...Friday ............. Dem. & Agric.... 1924 6 26 280 2.00 

F. C. Hawkins, Editor and Publisher. 
Star-f- ...................................... Evg. ex. Sun...Independent ....... 1809 8 24 28713.00 *3,4OO 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

Alex H. Washburn, Editor; Star Publishing Company. 

HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARKf (D4ft), pop. 29,807; Garland Co. (WC). 47 m 
SW of Little Rock. Railroad name, Hot Springs. CRI&P; MP RRs. Airlines: 
DAL; CEN; TTA. Saw mills, health resort, mineral springs. 

Manufactures lumber, aluminum, bottled mineral water. Two banks; de- 
posits (5-28-58), $26,830,931. 16,675 electric meters; 11,014 gas meters; 16,164 
telephones. Pine timber. Stock farms. 

{New Era 4- ............................... Evg. ex. Sun...Independent ....... 1888 9 28 28012.50 6,190 
Sentinel Record -I- ................... Every Morn....Indep,.ndent ....... 1881 9 23 280 14.50 510,970 
Color and comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. Sunday circ. 14,310 

R. S. Dean, Editor; W. E. Hussman, Publisher, 912 Central Ave. 
Ouachita Observer-f ............... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1939 8 24 280 1.00 550 

Robert S. Dean, Editor; Walter E. Hussman, Publisher. 

Circulation A-A-Sept. A. B.C. Statement: *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublishcr's Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. ^ Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to Inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNafly 
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HUGHES (K3H), pop. 1.686; St. Francis Co. (E). 28 m SW of Memphis, Tenn. MP 
RR. Alfalfa, lumber mills; cotton gins. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, alfalfa, 
soybeans. 

Star-Herald + Thursday Democratic 1920 7 24 280 2.00 

Mrs. F. M. Causey, Editor and Publisher, Forrest City. 

HUNTSVILLEf (CD, pop. 1,010; Madison Co. (NW). 65 m NE of Fort Smith. Railroad 
station, Fayetteville. SLSF RR. Grist, stave, flour mills; cannery. Dairy prod- 
ucts manufactured. Timber. Diversified farming. 

Madison County Record-f Thursday Independent 1879 8 24 804 2.00 

Francis J. Murray, Editor; Orval E. Faubus, Publisher. 

IMBODEN (HI), pop. 447; Lawrence Co. (NE). 40 m NW of Jonesboro. SLSF RR. 
Bank, Smithville. Stave, saw mills ; cotton gin. Oak timber. Agriculture. Cotton, 
corn, hay. 

Journal 4- Thursday Democratic 1915 7 24 280 2.00 

Austin Stovall, Editor and Publisher. 

JACKSONVILLE (F4), pop. 2,474 (special U. S. Census 9-7-56, gives 5,591); Pulaski 
Co. 18 m NE of Little Rock. MP RR. Wood products factory, saw mill. Agri- 



culture. Cotton, fruit. 

News -Progress -f Thursday Independent 1947 

Ed. Schultz, Editor; News Progress Publishing Co. 



7 24 200 3.00 



JASPERf (Dl), pop. 407; Newton Co. (NW). 105 m NW of Little Rock. Railroad 
station, Harrison. A&O RR. Lumber mills. Timber ; lead, zinc mines. Agriculture. 

Informer and Newton Icotm^ov Ao-i.tniiitm.oi 1907 7 26 182 1 - 
County Times-f- ^Saturday Agricultural 5 26 16g 

J. Milam, Editor and Publisher. 

JONESBOROf (J2), pop. 16,810 (special U. S. Census 5-15-56, gives 17,014); Craig- 
head Co. (NE). 70 m NW of Memphis. SLSW; SLSF RRs. Manufactures lumber, 
flour, handles, crates, shoes, hosiery, packages, brick. Rice mill; bottling works; 
cotton gins, compress. Arkansas State College. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, 
corn, rice. 

Herald+V Friday Collegiate 1920 8 24 310 1.50 

Students of Arkansas State College, Editors and Publishers. 

Sun + Evg. ex. Sun. ..Democratic 1903 8 24 294 12.00 

Fred D. Troutt, Editor; Troutt Brothers, Publishers, 200 E. Washington. 

JUDSONIA (G8). pop. 1,122; White Co. (NEC). On Little Red River, 58 m NE of Little 
Rock. MP RR. Box factory; bottling works; nursery; cotton gins. Ships straw- 
berry plants. Oak, hickory, gum timber. Agriculture. Fruit, cotton, vegetables. 

White County Record -4- Thursday Democratic 1870 6 24 280 2.00 

R. L. Van Meter, Editor and Publisher. 

LAKE VILLAGEf (H7), pop. 2,484; Chicot Co. (SE). On Lake Chicot, across Missis- 
sippi River from Greenville, Miss. MP RR. Saw. feed mills ; cotton gins. Lake 
resort. Hardwood timber. Agriculture. Cotton, oats, soybeans, rice, hay. 

Chicot-Spectator-f Friday Independent 1906 7 24 280 2.50 

Lester W. Mansur, Editor and Publisher. 

LEACHVILLE (K2), pop. 1,280; Mississippi Co. (NE). 25 m W of Blytheville. SLSW; 
SLSF RRs. Grist mills ; compress and cotton gins. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, 
corn, soybeans. 

Star-f Friday Independent 1917 8 24 294 2.50 

Robert D. Benedict, Editor and Publisher, Osceola. 

LEPANTO (K2), pop. 1,688; Poinsett Co. (NE). On St. Francis River, 42 m NW of 
Memphis. SLSF RR. Compress and cotton gins. Ships soybeans. Agriculture. 
Cotton, corn, alfalfa, wheat. 

News Record 4- Friday Democratic 1937 7 24 280 2.50 

Esther Bindursky, Editor; Howard Stuck, Jr., Publisher. 

LEWISVILLEf (C7), pop. 1,237 (special U. S. Census 1-11-54, gives 1,273); Lafay- 
ette Co. (SW). 83 m E of Texarkana. SLSW RR. Airport. Cotton gin; saw mills. 
Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, potatoes. 

Herald-f Thursday Democratic 1918 6 26 276 2.00 

H. E. Watson, Jr., Editor and Publisher. 

LINCOLN (Bl%), pop. 771; Washington Co. (NW). 17 m SW of Fayetteville. Railroad 
station, Westville, Okla. KCS RR. Hatchery. Agriculture. Strawberries, grain. 

Leader Thursday Independent 1938 6 24 280 2.00 

Melvin Kendall, Editor; Melvin and Margaret Kendall, Publishers. 

LITTLE ROCKf (F4). pop. 102,213; Pulaski Co. (C). The State Capital, located in the 
center of the state on the Arkansas River. MP; SLSW; CRI&P RRs. Airlines: 
AA; BNF; CEN; DAL; TTA. 

Retail and wholesale trading center. Manufactures chemicals, furniture, 
cottonseed products, clothing, building and plumbing supplies, lumber, paper 
boxes, paint, fertilizer, bicycles, light bulbs, clocks, radio and television cabinets, 
electrical equipment, cameras, teletypes. Railroad shops ; steel foundry ; packing 
houses. Crushed stone, bauxite mines. Eight banks: bank debits (6-30-58), 
$204,496,581. deposits (6-30-58), $227.456,633. 66,254 electric (AC) meters: 
60,144 gas (nat.) meters; 77,864 (res.) telephones. University of Arkansas 
School of Medicine; several colleges: many state institutions. Three TV stations. 

Arkansas Banker Monthly Bank & Finan.... 1919 3 27 140x1.00 

Jeff Burnett, Editor; Arkansas Bankers Assn., Pub., 621 Pyramid Bldg. 

Arkansas Baptist Thursday Baptist 1900 8 28 140 2.25 

Erwin L. McDonald, Editor; Arkansas Baptist, Publisher, 107 Baptist Bldg. 



Clre 



1,400 



3,100 



J735 



$3,600 
10,275 



2,700 



928 



1,603 



1,225 



850 



741 

149,000 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.8.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. <$> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. fCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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LITTLE ROCKf (Continued) 

Arkansa. Democr.t+ ............. {" Democratic ..... 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
K. A. Engel, Editor; Arkansas Democrat Co., Pub., Capitol Ave. and Scott St. 
Arkansas Farmer ..................... Monthly .......... Agricultural ...... 1898 4 26 189 .85 +55,919 

Bob Chris tians on, Editor; T. J. Anderson, Publisher, 319 West Markham. 
Arkansas Gazette + ................ .Every Morn....Ind. Dem ............ 1819 8 22 303 20.80 ^-fc 84, Oil 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. Sunday circ. 

J. N. Heiskell, Editor; H. B. Patterson, Jr., Publisher, Gazette BIdg., 

3rd and Louisiana. 
Arkansas Historical Quarterly Quarterly ........ Historical .......... 1942 1 48 91 x3.00 

T. R. Worley, Editor; Arkansas History Assn., Publisher, Old State House. 
Arkansas Legionnaire + ......... Semi-mo ......... Amer. Legion ..... 1921 8 24 280 x.50 

Joel A. Bunch, Editor; Arkansas Dept. of The American Legion, Publisher, 

206 Glover Bldg. 
Arkansas Methodist-f ............ Thursday ........ Methodist .......... 1880 4 26 182 2.00 

Ewing T. Wayland, Editor; Arkansas Methodist, Publisher, Box 1066. 
Construction News \c m i m [Construction 1934 3 26 140 10.00 

(Public Works Issue) ...... j&emi-mo ......... \ industry Controlled circ. 

Ray Metzger, Publisher. 715 West Second St. 
Farm Bureau Press -f ............ Monthly .......... Agriculture ........ 1936 5 24 217 x.50 

Walter E. Scales, Editor; Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation, Publisher, 
7th at High St. 

Guardian-f ............................... Friday ............. Catholic .............. 1911 8 24 294 3.50 

Rev. T. J. Prendergast, Editor; Guardian Press, Publisher, 811 W. Second St. 

o^+v" 8 .* 8 .............. JMonthly .......... Educational ....... 1924 3 27 140 x3.50 

Miss Emma"8eott." Editor; Arkansas Educ. Assn., Publisher, 1500 W. 4th St. 

Journal of the Arkansas \ Mnnfh , v M,H<..I 1903 2 84 126 x3 - 00 

Medical Society .................. [Monthly .......... Medical .............. Controlled free dist. 

Dr. Alfred Kahn. Jr., Editor; Arkansas Medical Society, Publisher, 

1300 W. 6th Street. 
Louisiana Methodist-h ........... Thursday ........ Methodist .......... 1949 4 26 175 2.00 

Ewing T. Wayland, Editor; Louisiana Methodist, Box 1066. 

Southern State Farm Paper Unit Comprised of: Arkansas Farmer, Little Rock, 
Ark., Georgia Farmer, Atlanta, Ga., and Mississippi Farmer, Jackson, Miss. See 

individual listings. 
State Press -M Negro) ............ Friday ............. Independent ....... 1941 8 24 280 4.00 

L. C. Bates. Editor; State Press, Inc., Publisher, 808 W. Ninth St. 

LONOKEf <G4), pop. 1,556 (special U. S. Census 3-16-53, gives 2,068); Lonoke Co. 
(C). 23 m E of Little Rock. CRI&P RR. Cotton gin; sawmill. Timber. Agri- 
culture. Rice, cotton. 
Democrat -h .............................. Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1871 6 24 280 2.00 

James W. Swaim, Editor; J. W. Swaim and E. S. Inglin, Publishers. 
MAGNOLIAf (D7), pop. 6,918 (special U. S. Census 2-20-68, gives 10,426) ; Columbia 
Co. (SW). 50 m SE of Texarkana. L&NW RR. Airline, TTA. Lumber, cottonseed 
oil, textile mills; cotton gins; bottling works; oil refinery. Rubber life boats, 
men's clothing manufactured. Oil wells. Southern State College. Pine, oak, gum 
timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hogs. 

{fEvjr. ex. Sat. 
Banner-News -f ........................ -I & Sun., Sun. Democratic ........ 1938 8 24 29413.00 
I Morn. 
Banner-News 4- ........................ Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1878 8 24 294 2.00 
Gordon Yates, Editor; W. E. Hussman, Publisher. 
BrayV ....................................... Bi-weekly, Fri... Collegiate ........ 1923 5 24 224 1.00 

Students of the Southern State College, Publishers. 

MALVERNf (E5), pop. 8,072; Hot Spring Co. (SWC). 20 m SE of Hot Spring. MP; 

CRI&P RRs. Airport. Lumber, handle, veneer, aluminum, flooring mills. Brick, 

tile, bottling works ; cotton gins ; grist mills. Timber. Dairy. Agriculture. Sweet 

potatoes, corn, cotton. 

Meteor-Journal -f- .................... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1878 8 24 308 2.00 

Wm. R. Johnson, Editor and Publisher. 
Record-4- ................................... Evgr. ex. Sun... Democratic ......... 1916 8 23 290 8.00 

Frances A. Beerstecher, Editor; Mrs. J. H. Beerstecher, Publisher, 122 Main St. 

MAMMOTH SPRING <G2%), pop. 870; Fulton Co. (N). 70 m NW of Jonesboro. SLSF 

RR. Hydro-electric power plant using overflow from Mammoth Spring. Stave 

mill. Summer resort. Timber. Dairy, stock, poultry farms. Cotton, hay, corn. 

Democrat-}- .............................. Friday ............. Democratic ........ 1890 6 26 280 2.00 

Charles E. Wahlquist, Editor and Publisher. 

MANILA <K2). pop. 1,729; Mississippi Co. (NE). 52 m NW of Memphis, Tenn. SLSF 
RR. Brick, hollow tile, concrete products manufactured. Tomato cannery. 
Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay. 
Sentinel-}- ................................. Friday ............. Independent ....... 1917 8 24 301 2.00 

Robert D. Benedict, Editor and Publisher. Osceola. 

MARIANNAt <J4). pop. 4,580: Lee Co. (E). 66 m SW of Memphis, Tenn. MP RR. 
Manufactures lumber, men's pants. Saw mill; cotton gins. Timber. Agriculture. 
Cotton, corn, soybeans, peaches. 
Courier-Index -f- ....................... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1875 7 24 280 250 

Marvin B. Caldwell, Editor and Publisher. 



J4.000 
30,000 

124,000 

>7,322 
56,954 

9,208 

J13,526 

J1.364 
$150 

$12,500 



17,018 



1,090 



3,980 

1,072 



1,950 
2,950 



1,388 



1,875 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report: Light face, estimated, -f Uses Mats. <3>Nonpar*fl 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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MARKED TREE (K2%), pop. 2,878 (special U. S. Census 6-28-57, gives 3,065); Poin- 
sett Co. (NE) On St. Francis River, 80 m SE of Jonesboro. SLSF RR. Lumber 
mills; compress, cotton grins. Hardwood timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, soy- 
beans. 

Tribune-f Thursday Independent 1905 7 24 280 2.50 

Dorothy D. Stuck, Editor; Howard C. Stuck, Publisher. 

MARSHALLf (E2), pop. 1,189; Searcy Co. (N). 90 m N of Little Rock. Railroad station. 
Harrison. AAO RR. Cannery; cotton gin. Hardwood timber. Agriculture. Straw- 
berries, vegetables. 

Mountain Wave Wednesday Independent 1890 8 24 280 2.00 2,515 

James R. and Lillian E. Tudor, Editors and Publishers. 

McCRORYf (H3), pop. 1,118; Woodruff Co. (NEC). 79 m NE of Little Rock. MP RR. 
Cotton gins ; saw, grist mills ; rice warehouse. Oak, cypress, gum timber. Diver- 
sified fanning. Rice* 

Arkansas Central Leader -K.. Thursday Democratic 1923 6 26 278 2.00 1,295 

Harlan V. Walker, Editor and Publisher. 

McGEHEE (H6ft). pop. 8,876; Desha Co. (SE). 25 m NW of Greenville, Miss. MP RR. 
Cotton gins; bottling works; logging; rice mills; meat packing plant; glove fac- 
tory. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, rice, hay. 

Times-f Thursday Democratic 1924 8 22 280 2.50 2,375 

Harry Clark, Editor; Times Printing Co., Publisher 

MELBOURNE! (Gl), pop. 568; Izard Co. (N). 70 m NW of Jonesboro. Railroad station, 
Guion. MP RR. Saw mills; cotton gin. Stock, dairy farms. Cotton, corn, hay. 



Times -f- Thursday Democratic 1896 

I. L. Shrader. Editor and Publisher. 



7 24 280 2.00 1,550 



MENAf (B4), pop. 4,445; Polk Co. (W). 65 m S of Fort Smith. KCS RR. Manufactures, 
shirts, leather goods, bed slats. Saw mills; cotton gin. Timber. Agriculture. 
Cotton, corn, potatoes, berries, poultry, dairy products. Cattle. 

{Star-f- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1899 8 24 287 6.00 
Star-f Thursday Independent 1896 8 24 287 2.00 
R. W. St. John, Editor; Mena Star Company, Inc., Publisher. 

MONETTE (K2), pop. 1,114; Craighead Co. (NE). 25 m E of Jonesboro. SLSF RR. 
Cotton gins; grist mills, bean elevators. Stock, poultry farms. Cotton, corn, Boy- 
beans* 

Sun-f- Thursday Democratic 1934 8 24 294 1.50 

F. D. Troutt, Editor; Troutt Brothers, Publishers, Jonesboro. 

MONTICELLOf (G6), pop. 4,501; Drew Co. (SE). 50 m SE of Pine Bluff. AD&N; 
MP RRs. Airport. Cotton, cottonseed oil. lumber, stave, textile, rug mills; 
bottling works. Arkansas Agricultural and Mechanical College. Timber. Truck, 
fruit farms. Cotton, tomatoes, peaches. 

Advance-Monticellonian -f .Thursday Democratic 1870 7 24 280 3.50 

Frances S. J aggers, Editor; Mrs. M. R. Whittington, Publisher. 

Weevil Outlet -f V Bi-monthly Collegiate 1924 Contr 2 o 6 lled 2 f r ee ^ t 

Students of Arkansas A. and M. College, Editors and Publishers. 

MORRILTONf (E8), pop. 5.488; Conway Co. (C). 40 m NW of Little Rock. MP RR. 

Manufactures lumber, electric matches, clothing, cheese. Cotton, cottonseed oil, 

saw mills; bottling work*. Pine and hardwood timber. Agriculture. Cotton, 

livestock. 
Democrat 4- Thursday Independent 1896 8 24 287 2.50 

Eugene Wirges, Editor and Publisher. 
Headlight-f Wednesday Democratic 1874 7 24 280 2.50 

Earl Haynes, Editor and Publisher. 

MOUNTAIN HOMEf (Fl), pop. 2,217; Baxter Co. (N). 100 m NW of Jonesboro. 
Railroad station, Cotter. MP RR. Cotton gin; grist mill. Timber. Agriculture. 
Cotton, corn, hay. 

Baxter Bulletin-}- Thursday Independent 1901 8 22 294 2.50 

Tom Dearmore and Pete Shiras, Editors; Shiras Brothers Ptg. Co., Publisher. 

MOUNTAIN VIEWf (F2), pop. 1,043; Stone Co. (N). 80 m N of Little Rock. Railroad 
station, Sylamore. MP RR. Lumber, headings, staves manufactured. Rolling 
mills ; cotton gin. Summer resort. Pine and hardwood timber. Dairy, stock, grain 
farms. Cotton, corn, wheat. 

Stone County Leader Thursday Independent 1952 8 24 308 2.00 

Charles Edward Tudor, Editor and Publisher. 

MOUNT IDAf (C4%), pop. 5B6; Montgomery Co. (W). 85 m W of Hotsprlngs Nat'l 
Park. Nearest RR station, Norman. MP RR. Pulpwood, cinnabar, pine timber. 

Montgomery County News 4-. Thursday Democratic 1937 7 24 280 2.50 

Lena Irby, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 128. 

MULBERRY (B2H), pop. 952; Crawford Co. (NW). 20 m NE of Fort Smith. MP RR. 
Cotton gin ; saw mill. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay. 

Crawford County Bulletin Thursday Democratic 1951 7 24 276 1.50 

Lee R. McDaniel. Editor and Publisher. 

MURFREESBOROt (C5),pop. 1,079 ; Pike Co. (SW). 60 m SW of Hot Springs. Railroad 
station. Highland. PAN RR. Mercury* cinnabar mines. Lumber mill. Pine timber. 
Agriculture. Cotton, corn, peaches. 

Pike County Courier 4- Friday Democratic 1888 6 26 280 2.00 

R. N. Thomasson, Editor and Publisher. 



1,442 
3,448 



1,270 



2,231 

$700 
*500 



3,440 
1,491 



3332 



J1.200 



1,370 



$700 



842 



Clradatkm **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *Jtme and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA AttdHs 
IP.O. Statement: Bold face, sworn; tPublisher'* Report; Light face, estimated. +Ues Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. fCotmty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNafly 
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NASHVILLE (C5%), pop. 8,648; Howard Co. (SW). 89 m NE of Texarkana. GN&A 
RR. Manufactures beverages, lumber, baskets, cement products. Cotton gin ; saw 
mill. Pine, gum, oak timber. Stock and dairy farms. Peaches, cotton, alfalfa. 

News-f- Tues. & Fri Independent 1878 7 24 280 8.00 2,300 

Louis Graves, Editor and Publisher. 

Spotlight+ Thursday Democratic 1938 6 26 280 2.00 1,957 

F. C. Hawkins, Editor and Publisher. 

NEWARK (H2), pop. 918; Independence Co. (N). 45 m SW of Jonesboro. MP RR. 
Grist mills; cotton gin. Hardwood timber. Agriculture. Cotton, alfalfa, corn. 

Journal -f- Thursday Democratic 1901 7 24 280 1.50 

Roy Craig. Publisher. 

NEWPORTf (H2). pop. 6,254 (special U. S. Census 2-5-57, gives 6,819) ; Jackson Co. 

(NE). On White River. 80 m NW of Memphis, Tenn. MP RR. Cottonseed oil, 

lumber mills; handle, button, canning, shoe, metal tube factories; bottling 

works; cotton compress. Agriculture. Cotton, rice, livestock. 

I Independent -f Evg. ex. Sun...Democratic .1901 8 24 29410.21 1,976 

] Independent -f Friday Democratic 1901 8 24 294 1.50 1,948 

1 O. I. Richolson, Editor; Mrs. A. C. Wilkerson, Mrs. O. I. Richolson, Publishers. 
Jackson County Democrat + . .Thursday Democratic 1936 7 22 280 2.00 1,487 

Ells L. Huff, Editor and Publisher. 

NORTH LITTLE ROCK (F4), pop. 44,097 (special U. S. Census 6-23-58, gives 57,405) ; 
Pulaski Co. (C). On Arkansas River, opposite Little Rock. MP; CRI&P; SLSW 
RRs. 

Manufactures chemicals, coke, tobacco, cloth, excelsior, electrical appliances, 
baking powder. Railroad shops; pulp mill; stock yards. Two banks; deposits 
(9-24-58), $13,090,570. 19,000 electric meters; 16,298 gas meters; 23,600 
telephones. 

^offs^tf*!^ [Srm^e^s ^^ 1946 4 30 21 X>6 103 ' 810 

Ed. H."Thomas7 Editor;' Arkansas State Electric Co-op. Publisher, P. O. Box 344. 

Times -f Thursday Independent 1899 8 2S 294 

Robert S. McCord, Editor; Pulaaki Publishing Co., 119 E. Broadway. 

OSCEOLAf (L2), pop. 6,006; Mississippi Co. (NE). On Mississippi River, 20 m S of 

Blytheville. SLSF RR. Manufactures feed, cereal, cottonseed oil products. Saw 

mill ; bottling works ; cotton gins. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, alfalfa, corn. 
Times -f- Thursday Independent 1870 8 24 294 2.50 2,662 

R. D. Benedict. Editor and Publisher, 210 Poplar St. 
OZARKf (C2%) pop. 1,757 (special U. S. Census 8-8-57, gives 1,966) ; Franklin Co. 

(NW). On Arkansas River, 35 m E of Fort Smith. MP RR. Airport. Cannery; 

creamery. Coal mines. Pine, oak timber. Agriculture. Corn, cotton, peanuts. 
Democrat-Enterprise Thursday Democratic 1878 7 24 276 1.50 

C. M. Threadglll. Editor and Publisher. 
Spectator-f Tuos. & Fri Democratic 1911 6 26 280 2.50 1,981 

E. A. Burrow, Editor; Isham L. Burrow, Publisher. 

PARAGOULDf (JO. pop. 9,668; Greene Co. (NE). 69 m NW of Memphis, Tenn. SLSW; 

MP RRs. Manufactures staves, heading, spokes, shoes, shirts. Saw mills ; cotton 

gins ; bottling works. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay. Cattle. 
Big Picture. The (offset) Thursday Independent 1948 7 22 294 6.00 3,102 

Myrl R. Mueller, Editor; L. V. Rhine. Publisher. 
Press-Soliphone-f- Evg. ex. Sun... Ind. Dem 1886 8 24 28710.20 3,973 

Geo. Clark, Editor; Daily Press, Inc., Publisher. 

PARISt (C8), pop. 8,781; Logan Co. (W). 40 m E of Fort Smith. FSS&RI; MP RRs. 
Saw mills. Coal mines. Agriculture. Dairying. 

f Express-f- Thursday Democratic 1880 8 24 287 2.50 2,100 

] Progress-f- Monday Democratic 1010 8 24 280 2.50 2,100 

' John Guion, Editor and Publisher. 

PARKIN (J8), pop. 1,414; Cross Co. (E). 30 m W of Memphis, Tenn. MP RR. Manu- 
factures lumber, concrete products, buttons. Cotton gin. Oak, hardwood timber. 
Agriculture. Cotton, corn, rice, soybeans. 

Cross County Times -f Thursday Democratic 1933 8 24 294 2.50 540 

Sterling Melhorn. Editor and Publisher. 

PERRYVILLEf (E3%), pop. 674; Perry Co. (C). 40 m NW of Little Rock. Railroad 
station, Perry. CRI&P RR. Saw mill. Stock, truck farms. Cotton, corn, hay. 

Perry County News-f Thursday Independent 1870 8 24 294 2.00 057 

Bonnie R. Holland, Editor; Eugene Wirges, Publisher, Morrilton. 

PIGGOTTf (Kl). pop. 2,558; Clay Co. (NE). 40 m NW of Blytheville. SLSW; SLSF 
RRs. Manufactures concrete tile, shoes, handles. Cotton gin, saw mill. Oak, gum, 
hickory timber. Ships hogs. Dairy, poultry farms. Cotton. 

Banner -f Friday Democratic 1892 6 26 280 2.50 2,550 

Laud Payne, Editor and Publisher. 

PINE BLUFFt (F5), pop. 87,162 (special U. S. Census 8-8-66, gives 89,796) ; Jefferson 
Co. (SEC). 45 m SE of Little Rock. MP; SLSW RRs. Airline, TTA. Industrial 

Manufactures lumber, wood products, cotton pickers, electric transformers, 
pillow cases, bed sheets, kraft paper bags, chemicals, archery equipment, news- 
print. Cotton market and livestock, cotton oil mills ; cotton compresses and ware- 
houses; stockyards. Two banks; deposits (6-80-68), $58,781,192. 12,221 electric 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. $ Nonpareil 
tmi, 12 to inch. Y Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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meters; 14,230 gas meters; 10,742 telephones. Agricultural, Mechanical and 
Normal College (Negro). Pine, gum, oak timber. Agriculture. Cattle, hogs, 
cotton, rice, corn. TV station. 

r ~ i i_i_ JEvg. ex. Sun., n*w..w..*i<. 1868 8 23 801 18.20**16,579 
Commercial 4- f Su Morn . Democratic Sunday circ.**16;892 

Color advertising accepted. 

Gordon N. Freeman, Editor; E. W. Freeman, Jr., Publisher, 112 Main St. 

POCAHONTASf (Jl), pop. 8,840; Randolph Co. (NE). On Black River, 85 m NW of 
Jonesboro. SLSF RR. Manufactures handles, staves, shoes. Cooperage; bottling 
works; cotton gins. Timber. Dairy, poultry, grain farms. 

Star HeraldH- Thursday Democratic 1880 8 24 294 2.50 53,80O 

Eunice B. O'Baugh, Editor ; Star Herald Printing Co. 

PRAIRIE GROVE (B2), pop. 989; Washington Co. (NW). 45 m N of Fort Smith. SLSF 
RR. Flour, stave mills ; tomato cannery. White oak, walnut timber. Agriculture. 
Tomatoes, strawberries, grain. 

Enterprise + Thursday Democratic 1936 6 26 280 2. BO 804 

G. E. Wiswell, Jr., Editor; G. E. and E. M. Wiswell, Publishers. 

PRESCOTTf (D6), pop. 8,960; Nevada Co. (SW). 48 m NE of Texarkana. MP; P&NW 
RRs. Airport. Lumber, cottonseed oil mills. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton 
corn. 

Nevada County Picayune + ... Thursday Democratic Ib79 7 24 280 2.00 1,300 

C. O. Wahlquist, Editor and Publisher. 
Nevada News -f Thursday Democratic 1905 6 26 280 2.00 1.440 

Archie W. Johnson, Editor and Publisher. 

RECTOR (Kl), pop. 1.855; Clay Co. (NE). 85 m NW of Blytheville. SLSW RR. Cotton 
gin ; saw mills. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, fruit. 



Clay County Democrat -h Thursday Independent 1889 7 24 280 

Wendell H. Crow, Editor; Wendell H. and Elizabeth F. Crow, Publishers. 



2.50 1,483 



RISONf (F5%), pop. 958; Cleveland Co. (S). 20 m SW of Pine Bluff. SLSW RR. 
Saw mills ; cotton gins. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay. 

Cleveland County Herald -[-....Wednesday Democratic 1888 6 26 276 1.50 

Guy M. Sadler and William G. Sadler, Editors and Publishers. 

ROGERS (Bl), pop. 4,962; Benton Co. (NW). 75 m N of Fort Smith. SLSF RR. Manu- 
factures nylon hosiery, vinegar, silica, lumber. Nursery; hatchery. Mountain 



resort. Hardwood timber. Agriculture. Apples, grapes, strawberries. 

Democrat -f Thursday Ind. Dem 1881 8 24 280 

News-f- Evs. ex. Sun. ..Ind. Dem 1907 8 24 280 

C. C. Lambert, Editor; Northwest Arkansas Pub. Co., 104 W. Poplar St. 



2.50 
8.00 



RUSSELL VILLEf (D8), pop. 8,166; Pope Co. (NW). 62 m NW of Little Rock. MP; 
DftR RRs. Airport. Manufactures staves, headings. Cooperage plant; lumber 
mills ; cotton compress ; bottling works ; nursery. Arkansas Polytechnic College. 
Coal mines; timber. Diversified farming. 



Arka-Tech + V ........................ .Thursday ........ Collegiate. .......... 

Students of Arkansas Polytechnic College, Editors and Publishers. 
vx - Sat> 






> Ind. Dem ............ 1924 8 24 294 8.50 



{1,550 



136 
3,504 



1,100 
450 

2,177 
2,019 



(Courier-Democrat + j J v 
Comic strip advertising accepted. 
Courier-Democrat -f Thursday Ind. Dem 1875 8 24 294 3.00 
Craig Lovesy, Editor; Courier Democrat Pub. Corp., 112 S. Boulder. 

SALEMf (Gl), pop. 687; Fulton Co. (N). 75 m NW of Jonesboro. Railroad station, 
Mammoth Spring. SLSF RR. Oak timber. Stock, poultry farms. Corn, cotton. 

Headlight + Thursday Independent 1928 6 24 280 2.00 1,330 

Carl White. Editor and Publisher. 

SEARCYt (G3), pop. 6,024 (special U. S. Census 4-29-58, gives 7,371); White Co. 
(NEC). 60 m NE of Little Rock. DK&S; CRI&P RRs. Stave, heading mills; 
cotton gin; warehouse; compress; bottling works; pecan shelling plant; shoe 
factory. Harding College. Pine, oak, timber. Diversified farming. Cotton, corn, 
strawberries. 

Bison, The+V ..Wednesday Collegiate 1925 5 24 220 2.00 1,000 

Students of Harding College, Editors and Publishers. Controlled free dist. 500 

(Citizen-f Evg. ex. Sun...Democratic 1890 9 23 294 7.50 2,079 
White County Citizen -f Wednesday Democratic 1854 9 23 294 2.00 1,675 

Perrin Jones, Editor; M. P. Jones, Jr., Publisher. 

SHERIDANf (F6). pop. 1,898; Grant Co. (C). 25 m NW of Pine Bluff. MP RR. Handle 
factory; saw mills; cotton gin. Pine, cypress, hardwood timber. Agriculture. 
Corn, cotton, peanuts. 

Headlight + Thursday Agric. Dem 1881 6 26 280 2.50 1,823 

Dalton V. Walker, Editor and Publisher, 109 E. Center St. 

SILOAM SPRINGS (Al), pop. 8,270; Benton Co. (NW). 60 m N of Fort Smith. KCS 

RR. Airport. Butter, canning factories, John Brown University. Health resort. 

Oak, pine timber. Diversified farming. Fruit, livestock, poultry. 
Herald and Democrat -f Thursday Democratic 1879 5 24 210 3.00 J2.568 

A. W. Perrine, Jr., Editor; Perrine Publishing Company. 
Interstate News-f Thursday Ind. Dem 1944 7 24 280 3.00 2,760 

D. A. Gean, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 812. 
Threefold Advocate 4- Saturday Coll. ft Alum 1987 6 24 224 4.00 

Students of John Brown University, Editors and Publishers. 



Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher*s Report; Ligbt face, estimated. +Uses Mats. <3> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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Estab Col$<2> Width V Depth Sub Circ 

SMACKOVER (E7), pop. 2,496; Union Co. (8). 12 m NW of El Dorado. MP RR. Oil 
refineries. Oil wells. Pine, hardwood timber. Dairy, poultry, truck farms. 

Journal + Friday Ind. Dem 1922 9 23 308 2.00 1,604 

Space sold only in combination with 8. Arkansas Progress, 1 Dorado. Combined 

circ. 2,475. 
Mrs. J. T. Reynolds, Publisher. 

SPRINGDALE (Bl), pop. 5,835 (special U. S. Census 6-28-56, gives 7,328) ; Washing- 
ton Co. (NW). 10 m N of Fayetteville. SLSF RR. Canning, vinegar, fruit juice 
factories; wineries; distillery; nursery. Fruit shipped. Hardwood timber. Agri- 
culture. Strawberries, grapes. Poultry. 

News + |& V jfun. X * Sat * Democratic 1887 8 22 287 10.40 3,800 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

R. R. Sanders, Editor; Springdale News, Inc., Publisher. 

STAMPS (D7), pop. 2,552; Lafayette Co. (SW). 86 m E of Texarkana. LA A; SL8W 
RRs. Bottling works; sulphur plant; cotton gin. Oil wells. Agriculture. Cotton, 
corn, hay. 

Lafayette Co. Democrat -f Thursday Democratic 1906 7 24 280 2.00 J1.400 

Briner Thomas, Editor and Publisher. 

STAR CITYf (G5%), pop. 1,296; Lincoln Co. (SE). 27 m SE of Pine Buff. ARK RR. 
Cotton gins ; shirt factory. Agriculture. Tomatoes, cotton, corn, peaches. Cattle. 



Lincoln Ledger -f- Thursday Ind. Dem 1878 

E. W. Causey, Editor and Publisher. 



6 26 280 2.50 1,368 



STATE SANATORIUM (C8), pop. X300 ; Logan Co. ( W). 40 m SE of Fort Smith. Rail- 
road station and bank, Booneville. CRI&P RR. State Sanatorium. Agriculture. 
Corn, potatoes. Cattle. 

Sanatorium Outlook + Monthly Tuberculosis 1923 3 26 140 1.00 1,450 

Mrs. Ethel Cox, Editor; Sanatorium Outlook, Publisher. 

STEPHENS (D6%), pop. 1,283; Ouachita Co. (S). 17 m SW of Camden. SLSW RR. 
Manufactures petroleum products, lumber. Yellow pine. Agriculture. Cotton. 

Star Thursday Democratic 1949 8 24 294 2.00 719 

Marivonne Fawyer, Editor; W. E. Hussman, Publisher. 

STUTTGARTf (G4%), pop. 7.276 (special U. S. Census 11-14-56, gives 9,151); 
Arkansas Co. (E). 46 m SE of Little Rock. CRI&P; SLSW RRs. Airline, TTA. 
Lumber, rice, feed mills. Oak, gum timber. Agriculture. 

Leader Evg. ex. Sun.. Independent 1885 8 24 294 13.00 2,950 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

Calvin Mannen, Editor; Ray Kimball, Publisher. 

SULPHUR SPRINGS (A%), pop. 543; Benton Co. (NW). 80 m NW of Rogers. Bank 

town, Gravette. KCS RR. Timber. Poultry. 
Beacon -f- Semi-mo Independent 1955 4 24 154 1.00 400 



Homer A. Stuart, Editor and Publisher, Box 86. 



550 Free 



TEXARKANAf (B7), pop. 15,875 (special U. S. Census 1-24-56, gives 19,733) ; Miller 
Co. (SW). 157 m S of Little Rock. (Total population of Texarkana, Ark., and 
Texarkana, Tex., 40,628.) TAP; SLSW; MP RRs. Airlines, BNF; TTA. 

Lumber, cotton seed oil, cotton gins ; compress. Creosoted, clay, sulphur, sheet 
metal products; cross arms, medicine, caskets, lead manufactured. Two banks. 
Bank clearings (6-30-56), $8,653,000; deposits (6-30-56), $58,418,408. 20,277 
electric meters; 17,230 gas meters; 18,504 telephones. Timber. Agriculture. 
Cattle. TV station. 

Every Morn....Independent 1875 9 23 



News -f Evgr. ex. Sun... Independent 1875 9 23 301 15.60 **6,523 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. 
I J. Q. Mahaffey, Editor; Texarkana Newspapers, Inc., Publisher, 806 Wood St. 

Two States Press -f Thursday Independent 1935 9 24 294 1.50 

Luciel McElreath, Editor and Publisher, 615 Locust St. 

THORNTON (E6), pop. X668; Calhoun Co. (S). 45 m SW of Pine Bluff. SLSW RR. 

Bank, Fordyce. Saw mills. Timber. Agriculture. 

| For The Poor (no adv.) Monthly Religious 1940 1 40 80 1.25 3,042 

\ Primitive Baptist -f Semi.mo Religious 1886 3 26 126 2.00 

W. H. Cayce, Editor; Cayce Publishing Company. 

TRUMANN (J2). pop. 3,744 (special U. S. Census 2-21-56, gives 4,133; Poinsett Co. 
(NE). 16 m S of Jonesboro. SLSF; SLSW RRs. Lumber manufactured. Cotton 
gins, compress, warehouse. Oak, gum timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay. 

Democrat-f Thursday Independent 1923 7 24 280 2.50 1,686 

Ira Woodliff, Editor; Howard Stuck, Jr., Publisher. 

TUCKERMAN (H2), pop. 1,258 (special U. S. Census 11-27-58, gives 1,838) ; Jackson 
Co. (NE). 80 m SW of Jonesboro. MP RR. Cotton gnis; grist, rice mills. Alumi- 
num foil; house trailer factory. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, watermelons, soybeans. 

Record Thursday Democratic 1919 7 24 280 2.00 1,342 

J. E. Parrott, Editor and Publisher. 

VAN BURENf (B8), pop. 6,418; Crawford Co. (NW). On Arkansas River, 5 m NE of 
Fort Smith. MP; SLSF RRs. Railroad shops. Canneries. Natural gas wells. Oak, 
gum, hickory timber. Agriculture. Spinach, peaches, strawberries. 

Press -Argus -f- Thursday Democratic 1859 5 24 224 2.00 

Hugh Park, Editor and Publisher. 



5,851 



Circulation fr*Sept. A B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
(P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. 4 Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to Inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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WALDRONf (B4). pop. 1.292; Scott Co. (W). 40 m SE of Fort Smith. AW RR. 
Lumber mills. Pine, hardwood timber. Furniture factory. Agriculture. Dairying. 
Cotton, corn, lespedesa, hay. 

Advance Reporter + Thursday Dem. Agric 1878 7 24 280 2.00 51*200 

Cox Bros., Editor* and Publishers. 

WALNUT RIDGEf <J1), pop. 8,106; Lawrence Co. (NE). 20 m W of Joneaboro. MP; 
SLSF RRs. Saw mills; bottling works; compress; cotton gin, dress factory. 
Southern Baptist College. Timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, rice. 

Times Dispatch-f Thursday Democratic 1910 8 24 294 3.00 3,921 

James L. Bland. Editor and Publisher. 

WARRENf (F6), pop. 2.616; Bradley Co. (S). 46 m SW of Pine Bluff. MP; W&OV; 
W&SR RRs. Cottonseed oil, lumber mills; bottling works; cotton gin. Pine, 
hardwood timber. Agriculture. Cotton, potatoes, tomatoes, truck. 

Eagle- Democrat + Thursday Democratic 1884 8 22 287 3.00 2,690 

Robert L. Newton, Editor; W. L. Love, Publisher. 

WEST MEMPHIS (K3), pop. 9,112 (special U. 8. Census 12-15-55, gives 15,776); 
Crittenden Co. (E). MP; SLSF RRs. Bridge to Memphis, Tenn. Cottonseed oil, 
saw, grist, lumber mills ; compress ; soybean and feed mills. Oil terminal. Hard- 
wood timber. Agriculture. Cotton, corn, hay, soybeans. 

Arkansas World -f (Negro). ..Saturday Independent. 1940 8 24 280 4.00 16,760 

A. G. Shields, Jr., Editor and Publisher, 281 S. 8th St. 

r Crittenden County Times + ...Friday Independent 1931 8 24 294 8.00 1,541 

j Times + {lS?*&^*un. Independent 1957 8 24 294 10.00 1,232 

L Margaret Woolfolk, Editor; Crittenden Publishing Co., Box 459. 

WYNNEf (J8), pop. 4.142; Cross Co. (E). 46 m W of Memphis, Tenn. MP RR. Manu- 
factures concrete blocks. Cotton gins; grist mills, rice drier. Fruit shipped. 
Agriculture. Rice, peaches, apples. 

Progress Thursday Dem. & Agric.... 1900 8 24 294 3.00 1,965 

Wm. M. Courtney, Editor ; Star* Progress, Inc., Publisher, 2 12 Terry St. 

YELLVILLEf (El), pop. 697; Marion Co. (N). On White River, 100 m SE of Spring- 
field, Mo. MP RR. Cheese factory; saw, stave, grist mills; cine, lead mines; 
pine, oak, cedar timber. Dairy, poultry, stock farms. Corn, hay, wheat. 

Mountain Echo 4- Thursday Democratic 1882 7 24 280 3.00 1,650 

Jack Tipton, Editor and Publisher. 

Circulation A- * Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; iPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. ^ Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. 7 Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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CALIFORNIA 

Population 10,586,223 (U. S. Census, 1950) 
State Capital, SACRAMENTO 

California is bounded on the north by Oregon, east by Nevada and Arizona, south by Lower 
California, west by the Pacific Ocean. Its length is approximately 770 miles; its breadth 230 
miles; land area, 156,740 square miles; rank, in area, second. 

The state has a coast line of 1,000 miles indented by many bays, among them Humboldt, San 
Francisco, of Golden Gate fame, and San Diego. Crossing these waterways are the San Francisco- 
Oakland Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge, both of which have attracted wide attention as 
feats of engineering. Two mountain ranges traverse it, the Sierra Nevada in the east and the 
Coast Range in the west. Between them lie the beautiful and fertile Sacramento and San Joaquin 
Valleys. Peaks of the Coast Range rise to 8,000 feet; in the Sierras altitudes exceed 10,000 feet. 
Mt. Whitney is 14,501 feet above sea level and the highest point in the United States. Only 70 
miles from it, in the same county, is the lowest point in the entire country, Death Valley, a 
depression that is 276 feet below sea level. 

The northern part of the state is an elevated mountain region, noted for timber, minerals and 
fruits. The central and southern portions, except in the mountainous districts, have soils of 
unexcelled fertility. The southwestern part is valuable for minerals, contains some fertile valleys 
and also arid, barren deserts. 

Like the topography, the climate is extremely varied, ranging from the temperatures of snow- 
capped mountains to those of the tropics. And its rainfall varies from 75 inches in the wet season 
in the north to about two inches in the desert regions. The Weather Bureau at Fresno gives the 
temperature (annual monthly mean) as 63.3; highest temperature recorded as 115; lowest as 17; 
total annual precipitation as 9.50 inches. 

There are large forests in the state, especially on the North Coast Range. In several of the 
national parks, among them celebrated Yosemite, are to be seen the giant Sequoias. The Univer- 
sity of California, one of the largest universities in the country, is located at Berkeley with a 
branch in Los Angeles. Two other noted universities are Leland Stanford at Palo Alto and Uni- 
versity of Southern California at Los Angeles. Lick Observatory is located at Mt. Hamilton. 
Near San Diego is the Palomar Mountain Observatory, housing the largest reflecting telescope 
ever made. Hollywood, a suburb of Los Angeles, is the center of the motion picture industry. 

POPULATION 

Rank among the states (1950), second. Urban residents in 1950, 80.6%. In 1950, of the 
10,686,223 total population, 9,947,223 were white; 639,000 were non-white. 

AGRICULTURE 

Number of farms (1950), 137,168. Farm acreage, 36,613,291. Average acreage per farm 266.9. 
Average value per farm, $40,543. Farms selling products over $10,000 in value, 33,351. 

Cash receipts from farm marketings (1957): crops, $1,752,606,000; livestock and products 
(includes meat animals, dairy products, poultry and eggs), $1,021,588,000. 

Value of sales of chief crops (1957) : cotton (value of production), $258,248,000, rank, second; 
hay, $80,708,000, rank, first; barley, $68,624,000, rank, first; potatoes, $45,933,000, rank, third; 
rice, $41,000,000, rank, fourth; sugar beets (1956 value of production), $39,900,000, rank, first; 
cottonseed (value of production), $32,305,000, rank, second; dry edible beans, $29,374,000, rank, 
first; alfalfa seed, $20,907,000. rank, first; corn, $15,417,000; sorghum grain, $13,276,000, rank, 
fourth; wheat, $11,995,000; sweet potatoes, $6,537,000, rank, second; oats, $4,307,000: flaxseed, 
$4,186,000, rank, fourth; hops, $3,963,000, rank second; red clover seed, $503,000, rank, tenth; 
dry field peas, $390,000, rank, fourth; alsike seed, $292,000. Tree nuts (1957): walnuts, $28,- 
867,000; almonds, $18,352,000. 

Value of sales of fruits (Citrus) (1957-58) : oranges and tangerines, $96,420,000, rank, second; 
grapefruit, $6,089,000, rank, second; lemons, $34,687,000, rank, first. 

Value of sales of fruits (noncitrus) (1957) : grapes, $140,551,000, rank, first: peaches, $54,- 
296,000, rank, first; strawberries (value of production), $33,549,000, rank, first; dried prunes, 
$30,818,000; pears, $26,133,000, rank, first; apricots, $17,026,000; plums, $15,851,000; apples, 
$13,186,000, rank, fourth; cherries, $8,721,000, rank, second; avacados, $7,840,000; olives, $8,- 
843,000; figs, $5,012,000; persimmons, $183.000; pomegranates, $142,000. 

Farm value of animals on farms (1-1-58) : all cattle and calves, $537,552,000, rank, sixth; all 
sheep and lambs, $39,494,000, rank, third; hogs and pigs, $12,641,000; horses and mules, 
$8,591,000, rank, ninth. 

Cash receipts from poultry (1957) : eggs, $138,283.000, rank, first; turkeys, $58,905,000, rank, 
first; chickens (farm and commercial broilers), $39,159,000, rank, ninth. 

Cash receipts from dairy products (1957): all milk and cream, $355,938,000, rank, third. 
Total milk production on farms, 7,708,000,000 lb. Dairy products (1957): evaporated milk, 
265,878,000 Ibs.; creamed cottage cheese, 10,757,000 Ibs. ; non-fat dry milk solids, 63,286.000 Ibs.; 
creamery butter, 81,550,000 Ibs.; American cheese, 3,515,000 Ibs,; ice cream, 51,748,000 gallons. 

FISHERIES 

Total catch (1956), 674,645,000 Ibs.; $57,722,000 value. Principal fish: tuna, tuna-like fish, 
jack mackerel, salmon, flounder, crabs, sardines. 

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FORESTS 

Total lumber production (including Nevada) (1953), 5,122 million feet, b.m. Principal woods: 
ponderosa pine, douglaa fir, redwood, white fir, sugar pine, incense cedar, sitko spruce, port 
orford cedar, alder, hemlock, lodgepole pine, oak. 

MANUFACTURES 

Statistics for 1954: value added by manufacture, $8,670,358,000. Leading industry groups: 
transportation equipment, food and kindred products, fabricated metal products, machinery 
(except electrical). Total expenditures for new plant and new equipment, $550,242,000. 

Final figures for value added by manufacture in each of the leading industry groups are avail- 
able through Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

MINERALS 

Value (1954), $1,371,941,000, rank, third. Principal mineral products in order of value: 
petroleum, natural gas, natural-gas liquids, cement. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Number of telephones (1-1-58), 6,451,600. Motor vehicles registered (Sept. 1958, est.) 
7,069,000, rank, first. Number of post offices (1957), 1,357. Number of retail stores (1954), 
181,080; sales, $15,629,108,000. 



LIST OF COUNTIES* 
Total number of counties 58 



County, Location on Map and County Seat Pop. 

1 Alameda (W), Oakland 740,815 

2 Alpine (E). Markleeville 241 

8 Amador (EC). Jackson 9.151 

4 Butte (N). Oroville 64.930 

5 Calaveras (C). San Andreas 9,902 

6 Colusa (C).Colusa 11,651 

7 Contra Costa (W), Martinez 298,984 

8 Del Norte (NW), Crescent City 8,078 

9 Eldorado (EC), Placerville 16,207 

10 Fresno (SW), Fresno 276,516 

11 Glenn (NWC), Willows 15,448 

12 Humboldt (NW), Eureka 69,241 

13 Imperial (SE). El Centre 62,976 

14 Inyo (SE), Independence 11,658 

15 Kern (S), Bakersfield 228,309 

16 Kings (SW), Hanford 46,768 

17 Lake (C), Lakeport 11,481 

18 Lassen (NE), Susanville 18,474 

19 Los Angeles (S), Los Angeles. .4, 151, 687 

20 Madera (SO. Madera 36,964 

21 Marin (W), San Rafael 86,619 

22 Mariposa (C), Mariposa 6,145 

23 Mendocino (NW). Ukiah 40,854 

24 Merced (C), Merced 69,780 

25 Modoc (NE), Alturas 9,678 

26 Mono (E), Bridgeport 2.115 

27 Monterey (W), Salinas 130,498 

28 Napa (W), Napa 46,603 

29 Nevada (C). Nevada City 19,888 

30 Orange (S). Santa Ana 216,224 

81 Placer (NE), Auburn 41.649 



County, Location on Map and County beat 

32 Plumas (NE), Quincy 

33 Riverside (SE), Riverside 

34 Sacramento (NC), Sacramento.. 
85 San Benito (W), Hollister 

36 San Bernardino (SE), San 

Bernardino 

37 San Diego (S), San Diego 

38 San Francisco (W), San 

Francisco 

39 San Joaquin (C), Stockton 

40 San Luis Obispo (SW), San 

Luis Obispo 

41 San Mateo (W), Redwood City.. 

42 Santa Barbara (SW), Santa 

Barbara 

43 Santa Clara (W), San Jose 

44 Santa Cruz (W), Santa Cruz 

45 Shasta (N). Redding 

46 Sierra (NE), Downieville 

47 Siskiyou (N), Yreka 

48 Solano (NWC), Fairfield 

49 Sonoma (NW), Santa Rosa 

50 Stanislaus (C), Modesto 

51 Sutter (C). Yuba City 

52 Tehama (N), Red Bluff 

53 Trinity (NW), Weaverville 

54 Tulare (SO. Visalia 

65 Tuolumne (EC), Sonora 

66 Ventura (S), Ventura 

57 Yolo (C), Woodland 

58 Yuba (NC), Marysville 



Pop. 

18,619 
170,046 
277.140 

14,870 

281,642 
556,808 

776,367 
200.750 

61,417 
235.659 

98,220 

290,547 

66,634 

36,413 

2,410 

30.733 

104,833 

103,405 

127,231 

26,239 

19,276 

6,087 

149,264 

12,684 

114,647 

40,640 

24,420 



Counties without newspapers are marked - 



CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL STATISTICS 



Newspapers 

Period of Issue Number 

Daily 137 

Evening dailies (109) 

Morning dailies (23) 

Daily, Foreign (10) 

Daily, with Sunday edition .... (30) 

Tri-weekly 3 

Semi-weekly 70 

Weekly 590 

Free or partly free dist. wklies(192) 

Fortnightly 6 

Semi-monthly 1 

Monthly 4 

Shopper (27) 

Total Newspapers 811 



Periodicals 

Period of Issue Number 

Daily 24 

Tri-weekly 1 

Semi-weekly 6 

Weekly 77 

Fortnightly 15 

Semi-monthly 14 

Monthly 299 

Bi-monthly 40 

Quarterly 42 

Eight times dur. academic yr. 1 
Four times during academic yr. 

Four times a year 

Five times a year 

Six times a year 

Ten times a year 

Irregular 

Eight times a year 

Three times a year 



Total Periodicals 530 

Total number of publications 1,341 

County seats (indicated by t) having publication 64 

Total number of towns having publications 465 

For circulation figures for daily papers also Dally Newspaper List in back of Directory. Occasionally it Is 
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Estab Cols>WidthV Depth Sub 5rc 

ALAMEDA (J2), pop. 64,430 (special U. S. Census 3-11.64, give 70,642); Alameda 
Co. (W). An island in San Francisco Bay, 14 m E of San Francisco, connected 
with mainland by three bridges, bus lines and one tube. SP; AT&SF RRs. Two 
airports. U. S. Naval Air Base. 

Manufactures pumps, Diesel engines, paints, price tags, boxes, pencils, 
display cases, creosoted products, dental brushes, canning machinery, rugs, 
chemicals, candy aircraft propellers. Shipyards; brass foundry; railroad shops. 
Four banks; bank clearings (6-30-58), $46,867,213. 13,728 electric meters; 
13,778 gas (nat.) meters; 17,684 telepl ones. Residential. 

J e.fyo^ Independent ..1888 8 24 280 6.00 2,760 

Alberto Correa, Editor; Mary N. Silveira, Publisher, 2615 Santa Clara St. 

Times-Star -f Evg.ex.Sun. Independent .... 1881 8 24 294 15.00 58,414 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Times-Star Advertiser . ..Thursday... Independent. ... 1939 8 24 294 20,000 Free 
William G. Werner, Editor and Publisher. 

ALBANY (J1V6), branch of Berkeley P. O., pop. 17,590; Alameda Co. (W). On San 
Francisco Bay, adjoining Berkeley. SP; AT&SF RRs. Residential. 

Times-f Friday. . Republican .. 1933 8 24 294 3.00 2,167 

Ila Mae Wilson, Editor and Publisher, 1240 Solano Ave. 4,333 Free 

ALHAMBRA (CIO), pop. 51,359 (special U. S. Census 9-25-53, gives 63,558); Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 8 m NE of Los Angeles. SP RR. 

Manufactures oil refinery machinery, felt, clay products, tractors, air condi- 
tioners, meters, deep well pumps, valves, water cooling systems, steel tanks, 
mattresses, steel wheels, airplanes, beacon lights. Four banks; bank deposits 
(7-16-58), $121,185,293. 25,704 electric meters; 25,657 gas (nat.) meters; 
27,853 telephones. 

Advertiser See Alhambra Advertiser of Advertiser Publications, San Gabriel. 

A e entandR e p rea entativ e + ..Month Iy Selling lm b^tSl JJLS& 3 $S 

A. X. Schilling, Ed.; Agent and Representative Co., Pub., 626 N. Garfield Ave. 

Ipost-Advocate+ Evpr.ex.Sun. Independent . 1897 8 23 297 12.00**13,964 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

}Thurs. & Sun....Sho PP ing 1946 * Thurs^irc. 9O,OO^-Free 

J gun cir<J 40,000 -Free 

Space sold only in combination with El Monte-Five Points Post Advocate of 
El Monte. 

Barton Heiliprers, Editor and Publisher, US. Stoneman Ave. 

ALPINE (JlOMj), Pop. X460; San Diepro Co. (S). 30 m E of San Diego. Bank and rail- 
road station El Cajon. SD&AE RR. Fruit, poultry, truck farms. 

Sun (offset) Ftntly(Fri.) Local News 1952 2 28 110 2.00 J700 

Clarke Irvine, Editor and Publisher. 

ALT ADEN A (CIO), pop. x 32,000; Los Angeles Co. (S). 4 m N of Pasadena. PE RR. 
Manufactures furniture, flower holders. Nursery. Tuberculosis sanatorium. 
Residential. Diversified farming. Oranges, avocados. 

Altadenan + Thursday Independent .. 1928 8 23 294 8 j8?255-FrS 

News- Advertiser -f .. .. Thursday Shopping News 1951 8 23 294 J4,600 Free 

Harry W. Smith, Editor and Publisher, 2396 N. Lake Ave. 

ALTURASf (E2), pop. 2,819; Modoc Co. (NE). 80 m SE of Klamath Falls, Ore. SP 
RR. Moulding, box shook factories; creamery; foundry. Pine timber. Grain, 
stock farms. Hay, alfalfa, grain. 

Modoc County Record-f Thursday . Independent ..1889 7 24 280 3.00 
R. M. Sloss, Editor and Publisher. 

ALVARADO See News Register of Fremont. 

ANAHEIM (H9%), pop. 14,556 (special U. S. Census 2-25-58, gives 78,397); Orange 
Co. (S). 3 m S of Fullerton. AT&SF; UP; SP RRs. 

Citrus fruit and walnut packing plants ; canneries ; creamery. Spray chemi- 
cals, citrus packing and canning equipment, feed, paint, wire, hosiery, electric 
motors manufactured. Agriculture. Oranges, lemons, walnuts. Five banks; 
bank deposits (6-30-57), $55,000,000. 

Bulletin -f .. .. .. Evg.ex.Sun. Republican .. 1923 8 24 294 15.00**12,205 

Color advertising accepted. 

Don Shaffer, Editor; Anaheim Bulletin Pub. Co., 232 S. Lemon St. 

Gazette-f Thursday Republican .. 1870 8 24 280 3.00 3,901 

Prints weekly shopper for free distribution. Circ. 1 15. 096. 

Theodore B. Kuchel, Editor; Anaheim Gazette, Inc., Publisher, 259 E. Center St. 

ANDERSON (C3), pop. 1,501 (special U. S. Census 9-4-57, gives 4,246); Shasta Co. 
(N). 10 m SE of Redding. SP RR. Lumber mills; machine shop; creamery. 
Agriculture. Dairying. 

Anderson Vallev News-f Thuwday Democratic .. 1882 7 24 275 3.00 1,347 
Miriam B. Kerr, Publisher, P. O. Box 727. 

ANGELS CAMP (E5%), pop. 1,147; Calaveras Co. (C). 50 m E of Stockton. Railroad 
station. Kentucky House. SP RR. Manufactures lumber, heavy equipment, 
steel; rock granules. Gold mines; stone quarries; pine timber. Stock farms. 
Calaveras Calif ornian -f Thursday Republican . . 1923 7 24 280 3.00 1,07 

L. R. Petithomme, Editor and Publisher. 

Circulation **Sept A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. ^Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch, V A gate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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ANGWIN (C6), pop. X 1.600; Napa Co. (W). 60 m N of San Francisco. Railroad and 
banking town, St. Helena. SP RR. Pacific Union College. Fruit, poultry farms. 
Grapes, prunes, apples. 

Campus Chronicle V 4- Wednesday ....Collegiate 1925 5 26 182 2.00 3,600 

Students of Pacific Union College, Publishers, P. O. Box 167. 

ANTIOCH (D5H), POP- 11,051 (special U. S. Census 2-4-57, gives 15,507); Contra 
Costa Co. (W). On San Joequin River, 37 m NE of Richmond. AT&SF; SP RRs. 
Boat connections. Fibreboard, canning, paper container, glass bottle fac- 
tories; fruit and vegetable packing plants. Diversified farming. Asparagus, 
almonds, grapes. 

Ledger+ {l V Iun X ' Sa *'... Independent 187 8 22 294 10 - **4,3S6 

Antioch Newspapers, Inc., Publisher. 

APPLE VALLEY (H9), pop. X 1,500; San Bernardino Co. (SE). Railroad station, 
Victorville. AT&SF; UP RRs. Airline BAL. Cement products, dolls manufac- 
tured. Agriculture. Poultry, cattle. 

De NewsSerald+ }Thurs. & Sun..Republican 1913 8 23 280 6.00 6.197 

Martin Jewett, Editor "and Publisher, P. O. Box 847. 
News Thursday Independent.. ..1948 6 23 224 3.50 678 

Eva Conrad, Editor; Lloyd Conrad, Publisher. 

ARBUCKLE (C4%), pop. X851; Colusa Co. (NO. 45 m NW of Sacramento. SP RR. 
Machine shop. Diversified farming. Poultry, dairying. 

American-f Friday. Independent 1905 8 24 808 2.60 640 

Bob and Ray West on, Editors and Publishers. 

ARCADIA (CIO), pop. 23,066 (special U. S. Census 1-12-57, gives 37,271); Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 16 m NE of Los Angeles. PE; AT&SF RRs. 

Manufactures sash and doors, plastics, boats, airplane tools, Venetian blinds, 
telescope lenses. Nurseries; hatcheries. Ranches. Orange and walnut groves. 
Four banks; bank deposits (6-30-57), $39,744,475. 

f Bulletin + Monday Republican 1938 8 23 

] Tribune and News-h TI.,,.^. u^,,ui: 1930 



8 24 294 



294 5.00 5,782 
5,041 Free 
5.00 5,782 
5,041 Free 



....Thursday . . Republican 

F. Harold Roach, Editor; Arcadia Publishing Co., P. O. Box 867. 

f Wholesalers of 

Jobber Times (offset) Bi-monthly Home & 1958 3 26 140 3.00 8,100 

[Garden Pdts. 

Norwell Gilleapie. Editor; Dick Ferncase, Publisher, 71 E. Foothill Blvd. 
Modern Garden Center liurfM w /Garden Sup. 1956 2 26 91 2.50 

(offset) JMontmy {Dealers Controlled free dist. 26,158 

Nowell Gillespie, Editor; Richard J. Ferncase, Publisher. P. O. Box 916. 

National Defense Monthly Milit. & Naval.. .1928 3 30 147 2.00 700 

John H. Hoeppel, Editor and Publisher. Controlled free dist. $300 

! Nurserymen 
Garden Supply 1941 3 27 140 2.00 8,785 
Dealers 
Cox Publishing Co., 832 S. Baldwin Ave. 

ARCATA (A2%), pop. 8,729 (special U. S. Census 4-24.57, gives 4,720); Humboldt 
Co. (NW). On Humboldt Bay, 8 m NE of Eureka. NWP RR. Humboldt State 
College. Oyster fisheries. Timber. Manufactures lumber and veneer, dairy 
products. Fruit farms. 

Union-f Friday Republican 1886 8 24 280 8.50 52,411 

Arthur Omholt, Editor; Gordon Hadley, Publisher, P. O. Box 125. 

ARLINGTON (H9%), pop. ; Riverside Co. (SE). 6 m SW of Riverside. AT&SF; 

UP; PE RRs. Gold mines. Lake resort. La Sierra College. Manufactures health 

foods, baskets, brooms. Oranges shipped. Agriculture. Citrus fruit, vegetables, 

walnuts. 
Criterion-fV Wednesday.. . Collegiate 1956 6 24 262 2.00 3,200 

Students of La Sierra College, Editors and Publishers. 
Times-f Thursday .. Independent 1908 8 24 294 2.60 1,650 

Ethel Burch, Editor; Marvin M. Gray, Publisher, 225 S. Riverside Ave., Rialto. 

ARMONA (F7), pop. 1,274; Kings Co. (SW). 5 m SW of Hanford, nearest bank. 
SP RR. Carpet yarn mill. Agriculture. Cotton, grain, dairying. 

Kings County News Thursday Shopper 1930 8 23 294 7,100 Free 

Hanford Sentinel, Publisher, 223 West 7th St., Hanford. 

ARROYO GRANDE (E8%), pop. 1,723 (special U. S. Census 1-6-53, gives 2,061); 
San Luis Obispo Co. (SW). 90 m NW of Santa Barbara. Nearest railroad sta- 
tion, Walnut Creek. SP RR. Ships vegetables. Agriculture. Beans, peas, 
artichokes, celery, walnuts. 

Herald-Recorder -f Friday Independent... 1887 8 24 308 8.00 1,382 

N. W. Strother, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 216. 

ARTESIA (Cll), pop. X22,000; Los Angeles Co. (S). 10 m NE of Long Beach. PE RR. 

Feed mills; sheet metal works; hatchery; nursery. Diversified farming. Milk, 

eggs, vegetables, hay. 
Advocate-l- Wednesday. Independent.... 1962 8 23 301 8.00 $3,717 

Prints Arteeia Shopper weekly for free distribution. Circ. 6,800. 

Gale Brandon, Editor and Publisher, 12046 E. Centralia Road. 
Enterprise See Herald-Enterprise of Bellflower. 

Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPubliher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Use Mats. Nonpareil 
*mt, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCotmty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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News-f Friday Independent 1903 8 24 801 4.00 2,500 

George A. Wright, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 87. 

ARVIN (G8), pop. 5,007; Kern Co. (S). 21 m SE of Bakersfield. AT&SF; SP RRs. 
Cotton gin; winery. Ships fruits. Agriculture. Grapes, peaches, cotton. 

Tiller-f Friday Independent 1989 7 23 287 8.00 81,743 

F. D. Reed, Editor and Publisher. 

ATASCADERO (E8), pop. 8,443; San Luis Obispo Co. (SW). 19 m N of San Luis 
Obispo. SP RR. Poultry processing plant. Agriculture. Grain, fruits, poultry. 

News-}- Thursday .. Independent ....1916 8 24 301 3.00 2,124 

George J. Porter, Editor; Parke F. Keays and George J. Porter, Publishers. 

ATWATER (E6), pop. 2,856 (special U. S. Census 9-8-56, gives 5,668); Merced Co. 
(C). 8 m NW of Merced. SP RR. Crates, boxes manufactured; cannery. Sweet 
potatoes shipped. Fruit, dairy, truck farms. Sweet potatoes, watermelons, 
peaches. 

~kPPi n * | Thursday Shopping 1957 6 28 224 % 14,800 Free 

Signal + '.'.".'"."'.".'".*". Thursday .... Independent .... 1912 8 23 287 3.60 $4,223 

Herbert L. Beierle, Editor; Leonard E. Corey, Publisher, P. O. Box 468. 

AUBURNf (D4%), pop. 4,653 (special U. S. Census 3-13-56, gives 4,874) ; Placer Co. 
(NE). 85 m NE of Sacramento. SP RR. Airport. Mountain resort. Gold mines. 
Fruit, poultry products shipped. Saw, planing mills; nursery. Fruit, stock, 
poultry farms. 

JO C^nty n RepuHican JThursday Republican 1872 8 24 294 3.00 JS.202 

B. W. Cassidy, Editor and Publisher, 967 Lincoln Way. 
Placer Herald + Thursday .. Independent ... 1852 7 24 280 8.00 $1,962 

Douglas P. Campbell, Editor and Publisher, Station A, Box R. 

AVALON (G10), pop. 1,506; Los Angeles Co. (S). On Santa Catalina Island, 25 m SW 
of Long Beach. Ferry connections with Wilmington, nearest railroad station. 
Tourist resort. 

Catalina Islander-f Thursday . Independent .. 1914 4 24 168 3.00 1,125 

Margaret R. Haney, Editor; T. Eugene Haney, Publisher, 615 Crescent Ave. 

AVENAL (E7%), pop. 8,982; Kings Co. (SC). 65 m SW of Fresno. Railroad station, 
Coalinga. SP RR. Manufactures oil well supplies. Oil wells. Diversified farming. 

Times-f Thursday . Republican 1944 8 24 316 3.50 1,240 

Moton Holt, Jr., Editor and Publisher. 

AZUSA (D10), pop. 11,042 (special U. S. Census 12-31-56, gives 18,679) ; Los Angeles 
Co. (S). On San Gabriel River, 5 m E of Monrovia. AT&SF; PE RRs. Manu- 
factures chemicals, steel fabrication, aircraft rocket propulsion, pipe casings. 
Ships citrus fruit. Fruit farms. Oranges, lemons. 

Foothill Advertiser-f Thursday Independent.... 1950 8 24 * 94 j 10 ,750 Free 

Herald and Pomotropic-f Mon.&Thurs. Independent 1887 8 24 294 4.00 $3,050 

Fred Clark, Editor; Bert Stolpe, Publisher. 
North Valley News-f Thursday Independent 1955 8 22 301 3.00 

Circulates also in Duarte. VAC 4,682 Free 

San Gabriel Valley Newspapers, Inc., Publisher, P. O. Box 1228, 

Fleetwood Annex, Covina. 
San Gabriel Valley Tribune See Covina. 

BAKERSFIELDf (F8), pop. 34,784 (special U. S. Census 5-3-58, gives 54,093); Kern 
Co. (S). 109 m N of Los Angeles. SP; AT&SF RRs. Airlines: PC; UAL, Oil wells 
and refineries ; gold, silver, borax, tungsten mines. Two TV stations. 

Manufactures oil well tools, pumps, creamery products, paint, canning, spray- 
ing, citrus packing equipment, steel castings, steel riveted pipe, cottonseed oil, 
auto parts, electric and air conditioning equipment. Railroad shops ; meat pack- 
ing plant; bottline works. Ships citrus fruits, cotton, cottonseed, potatoes, 
alfalfa, wheat. Fifteen banks; deposits (6-1-57), $243,296,000. 36,600 electric 
(AC) meters; 35,168 gas meters; 64,924 telephones. 

Californian-f .. Evg.ex.Sun. Democratic .. 1866 8 28 294 19.00 *39,5S4 

Color advertising accented. 
Walter Kane, Gen'l Mgr., The Bakersfield Californian, Publisher, 1707 I St. 

K T?ua U l T f y Uni n Lab r } Thursday .Labor 1903 8 24 294 3.50 8,460 

Harry H. Hollins, Editor; Kern County Labor Council, Publisher, 614 18th St. 

Press Chronicle-f Thurs. & Sun. .Independent 1954 8 22 301 6.00 

Mike Flannery, Publisher, 1221 18th St. 

Report .. .. .. Daily ex. Sun. .Legal 1907 5 20 16136.00 587 

Don Breitinger, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 637. 

BALDWIN PARK (D10), pop. X27,600 (special U. S. Census 12-7-57, gives 32,334); 
Los Angeles Co. (S). 17 m E of Los Angeles. PE RR. 

Manufacture* looms, batteries, clothing, steel furniture, steel and concrete 
pipes. Nursery; hatchery. Reeidential. Ships rhubarb. Poultry, citrus, truck 
farms. One bank. 9,210 electric meters; 9,519 gas meters; 11,513 telephones. 

Bulletin-f Thursday.... Independent ,. 1913 8 * 2 5 



San Gabriel Valley Newspapers, Inc., Publisher, P.O. Box 1228, Fleetwood Annex, 

Covina. 
San Gabriel Valley Tribune See Covina. 



Circulation **S*pt. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -fUses Mats. 4 Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNafly 
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BANNING (J9%), pop. 7,084 (special U. S. Census 10-7-56, gives 8,358); Riverside 
Co. (SE). 22 m NW of Palm Springs. SP RR. Machine shop; nursery. Resort. 
Fruit farms. Apricots, almonds, peaches. 

Record-Gazette-f .................... {fun.* | X 'Mon. Independent " 1907 8 23 294 15 - 4 ' 578 

Circulates also in Beaumont. 

M. J. Wihnyk, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 1465. 

BARSTOW (H8%), pop. 6,135 (special U. S. Census 2-28-57, gives 10,017); San 
Bernardino Co. (SE). 56 m NE of San Bernardino. AT&SF; UP RRs. Head- 
quarters for outfitting expeditions into Death Valley. Silver, borax, salt, barium 
mines. Manufactures rock granules. Railroad shops. Agriculture. Alfalfa, cotton 
melons, poultry. 
Desert Dispatch + ................... Tues.&Thurs.. Independent ....... 1958 8 24 294 6.00 J3.915 

Abbott Paine, Editor; Charles K. Dooley, Publisher, 111 W. Main St. 

BASSETT South Valley News See La Puente. 

BEAUMONT (H9Ms), pop. 3,152 (special U. S. Census 11-16-54, gives 3,417); River- 
side Co. (SE). 14 m SE of Redlands. SP RR. Fruit and vegetable cannery. 
Ships fruit. Fruit, grain farms. Cherries, peaches, plums. 
Record-Gazette See Banning. 

BELL (CIO Mi), pop. 15,430 (special U. S. Census 7-1-57, gives 18,415) ; Los Angeles 
Co. (S). 6 m S of Los Angeles. UP RR. Manufactures steel and ornamental iron 
products, paint, piston rings, auto parts, airplane engines, cabinets. Residential. 
Fruit, truck, poultry farms. 



r Bell-Maywood Industrial l Su n. & Thurs...Independent ..... 
J ront-i- .................... J Sunday circ. 8,600 Free 

1 Bell Gardens Post Star +... . Sunday .......... Independent.... 1938 8 28 294 4 *64OO Free 

I Bell Gardens Review + . .. Thursday . Independent . 1936 8 23 294 4.00 

Industrial Post Co., Publisher, 4314 E. Gage Ave. 10,600 Free 

BELLFLOWER (Cll), pop. X 35,000; Los Angele* Co. (S). 8 m N of Long Beach. PE 
RR. 

Feed mill; hatchery; nursery; marmalade manufactory. Dairy, poultry, truck 
farms. Berries. Three banks; bank deposits (6-30-58), $26.000,000. 14,000 
(residential) electric (AC) meters; 10,800 (residential) gas (nat.) meters; 
17,155 telephones. 

Herald-American See Herald-American, Compton. 
Herald-Enterprise + ......... Thurs.&Sun Independent. 1912 8 23 



Prints editions for: Enterprise of Artesia on Thursday, circ., VAC 5,001 Free; 
Enterprise of Lakewood on Thursday and Sunday. Sub. price $10.00, Thursday 
circ., VAC 183; VAC 16,034 Free; Sunday circ., VAC 362; VAC 4,707 Free; 
Enterprise of Los Altos-Lakewood Plaza on Thursday. Circ., VAC 20,OO2 
Free; Enterprise of Paramount, South Downey and Norwalk on Thursday. 
Circ., VAC 6,801 Free 

Bert Abraham, Editor and Publisher, 9747 E. Flower Ave. 
National Prospector's 1 fMi' T>.^'O. 

Gazette and Treasure [Bi-monthly ! * T *iC WM? 1934 6 23 21 l - QO 67,403 
Hunters News + ................ J 1& Lapl y Hob 8 

D. C. Miller, Editor; Gazette Publishing Company. 

BELL GARDENS See Bell. 

BELMONT (J2%), pop. 5,567 (special U. S. Census 4-3-56, gives 11,800) ; San Mateo 
Co. (W). 21 m SE of San Francisco. SP RR. Banks, San Mateo. Electronics 
manufactured. Residential. 

Courier-Bulletin -f ...Thursday Independent ..1928 9 22 294 2.00 706 

Howard W. Sanborn, Editor and Publisher, 668 Laurel St., San Carlos. 2,674 Free 

BELVEDERE Record See Mill Valley. 

BENICIA (Kl%). pop. 7,284; Solano Co. (NWC). 30 m NE of San Francisco, on 
Strait of Carquinez, at head of deep water navigation. Railroad station, Army 
Point. SP RR. Boat connections. Dredges manufactured. Agriculture. 

Herald-f .. .. .Thursday Independent ...1877 8 24 280 3.50 1,853 

Kenneth Knight, Jr., Editor and Publisher. 

BERKELEY (J2), pop. 118.805; Alameda Co. (W). On San Francisco Bay, adjoining 
Oakland. AT&SF; SP RRs. Boat connections. University of California and 
several religious colleges, private schools. 

Manufactures canned and preserved foods and fruits, gasoline engines, 
castings, steel tanks, drinking fountains, store fronts, trailers, paints, soaps, 
printers' ink, fertilizers, tanned leathers, cellophane bags and labels, pumps, 
carbon dioxide, dry ice, silicate of soda. Four banks; bank clearings (6-30-58), 
$273,162,433; savings deposits (6-30-58), $120,768,432. 34,235 (residential) 
electric (AC) meters; 34,402 (residential) gas (nat.) meters; 41,256 telephones. 



Sdentiftc ....... 1911 1 CO 106x8.00 tl.T 

Don Tocher, Editor; Seismological Society of America, Pub., Bacon Hall. 
California Agency Bulletin -f-. Monthly .......... Insurance ........... 1931 3 28 140 8.00 2^83 

T. A. Burrow, Editor ; California Assn. of Insurance Agents, Publisher, Suite A, 
Hotel Claremont (5). 



Circulation fr*Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit! 
IP.O. Statement: Bold face, awora: tPublisher's Report: Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. * Nonpareil 
cow. 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty teat. Population 1950 Census. XRand McNafly 
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BERKELEY (Continued) Estab Cols^ Width? Depth Sub Cfrt 



California EngineerV ....... Monthly ........ Coll. & EngW 03 ^^^ JJi J800 

Associated Students of the University of California, Publishers, Room 109, 
Eshleman Hall ( 4 ) . 



... jMonthly ..... Agriculture ..... 1919 4 26 189 x.BO 68,986 

Phil Lockwood, Ed.; Calif. Farm Bureau Federa'n, Pub., 2223 Fulton St. (4). 

nthllr Seeon'y Educ .1925 1 28 108 4.00 4,500 

Robert N. Bush, Editor; California Association of Secondary School Adminis- 

trators, Publisher, 2220 Bancroft Way (4). 
California Law Review -f- ........ 5 ti. a yr Legal (Coll.) 1912 1 52 108 6.00 Jl 700 

Students of the School of Law of the Univ. of Calif., Eds. and Pubs. (4). 
California Monthly V-f ........... Monthly . Coll. Alum .. 1892 3 26 140 x5.00 $48,000 

Richard E. Erickson, Ed.; Calif. Alumni Assn., Publisher, Alumni House (4). 

Calif ornian, The Daily +V... {Jf gJ X ' Sat ' Collegiate ........... 1868 5 24 217 4.50 16,790 

Associated Students of University of California, Editors and Publishers (4). 
Calif ornia Pelican -f- V ............ Monthly Coll. & Humor 1903 3 27 140 1.75 $5,000 

Associated Students of University of California, Editors and Publishers, 

Room 101, Eshleman Hall (4). 
Condor, The ....... Bi-monthly. Ornithology .. 1898 1 60 108 6.00 1,900 

Alden H. Miller, Editor; Cooper Ornithological Society, Publisher, 
Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (4). 

Film Quarterly ........................ Quarterly. {^^V 1945 2 32 119 4 - *2,5GO 

University of California Press, Publisher (4). 
Gazette+ ...... Evg.ex.Sun. . Republican .. ..1877 8 22 294 18.00 **14,988 

Color advertising accepted. 

Shopping News + ..... Thursday. Shopping ..... 1932 8 22 294 B0 ,ooo Free 
J. R. Ward, Editor; George Dunscomb, Pub., Gazette Bldg., 2048 Center St. (1)'. 

Good Packaging .. .. Monthly . Packaging ....1940 3 27 140 5.00 

M. E. Dean, Publisher, 2020 Milvia St. (4). Controlled circ. >4,890 

Hilltop Mirror + . Friday. Independent ..1938 8 24 294 3.00 667 

Harold F. Weller, Editor; Ila Mae Wilson, Pub., 1240 Solano Ave., Albany. 1,333 Free 



.arter* Lib. Relig . . .1898 1 48 84 1.50 
E. O. Corson, Editor; Humanist World Fellowship, Inc., Pub., 1011 Heinz Ave. 
Madrono (no adv.) ................. Quarterly Botanical 1916 1 50 112 4.00 400 

Herbert L. Mason, Editor; California Botanical Society, Publisher, Life Sciences 
Building, University of California (4). 

American "N^ Society.. /Q uar ^ rl y ........ Study of Names 1953 1 51 101 5.00 $550 

Madison S. Beeler, Editor; American Name Society, Publisher, 2413 Dwindle 

Hall. Univ. of Calif. (4). 
Nineteenth-Century Fiction Quarterly . .. Literature .. . 1946 1 50 93 4.00 

Bradford A. Booth, Editor; University of California Press, Publisher (4). 
Pacific Discovery -f ................ Bi-monthly. Nature Study 1948 2 36 121 3.00 J3.570 

Don G. Kelley, Ed.; California Academy of Sciences, Pub., 2057 Center St. (4). 
Pacific Historical Review ..Quarterly . Historical 1932 1 55 100 4.00 

Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association, Publisher, 
University of California Press (4). 

Pacific Journal of lo,,rft.iir Ma*fco~,of{ a 1952 1 60 112 12.00 $548 

Mathematics ....... f Quarterly Mathematics . Controlled free dist. t287 

Pacific Journal of Mathematics, Publisher, 2120 Oxford St. (4). 
Po Stopam Christa (Russian) Bi-monthly. Religious . .1950 1 32 87 1.50 J708 

Very Rev. N. Vieglais, Publisher, 1900 Essex St. (3). Controlled free dist. ?283 

Romance Philology .. .. Quarterly . Philological .. 1947 1 55 105 6.00 

Yakov Malkiel, Editor; University of California Press, Publisher (4). 
Silent Worker, The-f ..Monthly.. . The Deaf .. 1948 3 28 140 3.50 $2,300 

B. B. Burnes, Editor; National Assn. of the Deaf, Pub., 2495 Shattuck St. (4). 

SUil S rt or&. Grave,, Edito?^?^ {Sd^ass 1907 1 46 112 5.00 J3BO 

Glass Assn. of America, Publisher, 65 Edgecroft Rd. (17). 
Western Folklore ........ Quarterly Folklore . 1942 1 60 100 x4.00 

California Folklore Society, Publisher, University of California Press, (4). 
BEVERLY HILLS (BIO), pop. 29,032 (special U. S. Census 5-11-56, gives 30,443); 
Los Angeles Co. (S). Surrounded by city of Los Angeles. PE RR. 

Manufactures cameras, candy, hardware specialties, aircraft parts, lawn sprin- 
klers, recording instruments, sound equipment. Residential. Six banks; bank 
deposits (12-31-56), $273,897,000. 14,499 electric meters; 12,400 gas meters; 
45.000 telephones. 
A.I.D. Magazine -I- ................... Monthly .......... Interior Design. 1955 2 39 129 5.00 1,650 

California Institute of Interior Designers, Publishers, 265 S. Robertson. 

[Ceramic Ints. 
Architectural Ceramics ..... Monthly ...... {for Architects 1957 3 30 140 2.50VAC 14,072 

(& Builders 
Ceramic News .............. Monthly .......... Ceramic Indus.. 1952 3 30 140 2.50 2,908 

Concrete Masonry Review... Monthly . . . JM^r^Mfg. 1952 r * *J n Ji 5 f - 551 

iConstruc'n Controlled free dist. 4,648 

J. Richard lander, Editor and Publisher, 509 S. Beverly Drive. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A. B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Usea Mats. ^Nonpareil 
em. 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty sett. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fee. 

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r> 11 4.J i TUT^ *KI /Beverage & 1936 6 24 224 4.00 

Beverage Bulletin-f Monthly { Food indua Controlled circ. >28,493 

California Beverage Publications, 8421 Wilshire Blvd. 
Citizen -f l&^un*' 8 * 1 ' Inde Pendent ..1923 8 23 297 12.00 $8,700 

Color advertising accepted. 

Prints weekly editions on Thursday for free distribution as : Brentwood Citizen, 
circ., 7,200; Rancho Park Citizen, circ., 9,360; West Los Angeles Citizen, 
circ., 7,400. 
Press-f Thursday .... Independent ... 1954 8 23 297 3.50 $3,000 

Bill Reeder, Editor; David B. Heyler, Publisher, 427 N. Canon Dr. $14,500 Free 

Golf Life Monthly Golfer's News.... 194 9 3 26 140 3.60 18,650 

Aileen Covington, Ed. ; Golf Life Pub'g Co., 82 8 S. Beverly Dr. Controlled free dist. 6,7 50 
Post See Pico Post, Los Angeles. 
Reporter Wednesday. Independent 1952 5 24 224 3.60 1,850 

See also Waxman Publications, Los Angeles, Calif. 8,150 Free 

Al S. Waxman, Editor; Waxman Publications, Inc., 8800 W. Third St., 
Los Angeles (48). 

Telegraph Delivery Spirit+ Monthly ... { cJiSShoJuTi* 1984 2 89 136 8 * 6 ' 19 
Les West, Editor; Telegraph Delivery Service, Publisher, 292 S. La Cienega Blvd. 

Wisdom (no adv.) Monthly... {L^ VculVl 1956 4 2T 17010 ' 0<) 

Leon Gutterman, Editor and Publisher, 8800 Wilshire Blvd. 

BIG BEAR LAKE (J9V6), pop. 1,434; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 25 m NE of San 
Bernardino, nearest railroad station. Summer and winter resort. 

Grizzly, The -f Thursday .Independent 1941 5 24 224 3.50 2,200 

Louis F. Thoraann, Editor; Grizzly Publishing Co. 

Limelight News-f Friday. Independent .... 1920 8 24 304 3.00 2,190 

Mary Pearson, Editor; Charles K. Dooley, Publisher, Box 887. 

BIGGS (D4), pop. 784; Butte Co. (N). 60 m N of Sacramento. SP RR. Rice and 
grain drying plant. Diversified farming. Rice, grain, fruit. 

News + Friday. . Republican 1932 8 28 808 3.00 600 

George Dawley, Editor and Publisher. 

BISHOP (G6), pop. 2,891 (special U. S. Census 11-12-55, gives 8,270) ; Inyo Co. (SE). 
265 m N of Los Angeles. Rialroad station, Laws. SP RR. Mountain resort. Gold, 
silver mines. Dairy, stock, poultry, grain farms. 
Inyo Register-f Thursday Independent 1885 8 24 280 3.60 2,997 

Todd Watkins, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 637. 

BLOOMINGTON (E10%), pop. 12,004; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 8 m SW of San 
Bernardino. SP RR. Bank, Colton. Fruit farms. Oranges, lemons, sweet potatoes. 

News-h Thursday Independent 1923 8 23 294 3.00 $800 

Space sold only in combination with Fontana Bulletin ; Rialto Record. $2,600 Free 

Marvin M. Gray, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 216, Rialto. 

BLUE LAKE (A2%), pop. 824 (special U. S. Census 4-27-54, gives 1,069) ; Humboldt 
Co. (NW). 15 m NE of Eureka. A&M RR. Bank, Arcata. Barrel factory. Timber. 
Stock, dairy, fruit, truck farms. 

Advocate-f Thursday Democratic 1688 7 26 294 2.50 

Blue Lake Advocate, Publisher. 

BLYTHE (L10), pop. 4,089 (special U. S. Census 11-1-55, gives 5.053); Riverside Co. 
(SE). 169 m W of Phoenix, Ariz. AT&SF RR. Airline BAL. Cotton gins; feed 
mills; seed plants. Stock, truck farms. Cotton, alfalfa, cantaloupes. 

Palo Verde Valley Times -f ....Thursday Independent 1925 7 24 280 3.00 3,042 

Grady Setzler, Editor and Publisher. 

BORON (H8%), pop. X692; Kern Co. (S). 80 m SE of Bakersfleld. AT&SF RR. Bank, 
Barstow. Borax mine. Agriculture. Poultry, alfalfa. 

Enterprise-f Thursday Independent 1960 6 24 224 2.60 1,4OO 

Robert G. Wood, Editor and Publisher, P O. Box 747. 

BOYES HOT SPRINGS (C5), pop. 2,391: Sonoma Co. (NW). 20 m S of Santa Rosa. 
Bank and railroad station, Sonoma. NWP RR. Wineries ; pulpwood plants. Diver- 
sified farming. 

Moonbeams Friday Independent 1955 1 49 84 1.89 $138 

Bill Sandlin, Publisher, P. O. Box 446. $812 Free 

Valley of the Moon Review -f.. j ^ v ^,f x ' Sat * Independent... 1968 8 22 283 12.00 $3,607 

Zan Stark, Jr., Editor and Publisher. 

BRAWLEY (K10%), pop. 11,922 (special U. S. Census 6-12-54, gives 18,098) ; Imper- 
ial Co. (S). 14 m N of El Centre. SP RR. Ships fruit and produce. Manufactures 
hay machinery, air conditioning units, concrete pipe, feed. Diversified farming. 
Cantaloupes, lettuce, livestock. 

News-f Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1903 8 24 294 15.00 3,682 

Ray Barnes, Editor; Paul A. Jenkins and Ray Barnes, Publishers. 

BREA (D10%), pop. 3,208 (special U. S. Census 6-8-58, gives 7,268); Orange Co. 
(S). 18 m N of Santa Ana. PE RR. Manufactures oil well tools, rubber products, 
boilers, pottery. Oil wells. Agriculture. Oranges, lemons, grapefruit. 

Progress-f Thursday Independent 1913 8 22 294 3.00 1,451 

Thomas G. Gillespie, Editor; Earl G. Parsons, Publisher. 

BRENTWOOD (LlVfc), pop. 1,729 (special U. S. Census 7-6-64, gives 1,848). Contra 
Costa Co. (W). 26 m W of Stockton. SP RR. Ships fruit and vegetables. Silica 
sand mine. Agriculture. Apricots, peaches, truck crops, almonds, walnuts. 
Independent See Independent, Los Angeles. 

News-f Friday Independent 1903 6 24 273 2.60 1,022 

Gentry W. Durham, Editor and Publisher. 

dradatkNfr **Seot. A.B.C. Statement; *June snd March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
|P,O. Statement; Bold lace, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light lace, estimated. + Uaee Mata. * Nonpareil 
ms, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCotmty sest. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallj 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubacription included in membership fee. 

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BRIDGEPORT! (F6), pop. X300; Mono Co. (E). 60 m SE of Carson City, Nev. Railroad 
station, Reno, Nev. Bank, Minden, Nev. V&T RR. Pumice products factory. 
Agriculture. Cattle, sheep. 

Chronicle-Union -f Friday Independent 1863 8 24 280 3.60 466 

Todd Watkins, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 637, Bishop. 

BUENA PARK (DID, pop. 5,488 (special U. S. Census 4-2-58, gives 31,805); Orange 
Co. (S). 12 m NW of Santa Ana. SP; AT&SF RRs. Manufactures milk products, 
vitamins and minerals. Nurseries; hatchery. Oil wells. Dairy, citrus fruit, truck 
farms. Oranges, tomatoes, corn. 

News-f Thursday Independent 1923 8 23 294 8.60 4,085 

Prints weekly Shopper for free distribution. Circ. 25,000. 
Harold S. Johnson, Editor; Richard W. Nowels, Publisher. 

BURBANK (CIO), pop. 78,577 (special U. S. Census 5-7-57, gives 90,966); Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 10 m N of Los Angeles. SP RR. Airlines: PC; TWA; UAL; WAL. 
Manufactures airplanes, aircraft equipment and instruments, motion picture 
films and sound equipment, electronics, plastic fabrication, water heaters, soaps, 
cosmetics. Motion picture, television studios. Six banks; debits (6-30-57), $110,- 
629,486; 86,458 electric (AC) meters; 31,600 gas meters. 59,300 telephones. 

Independent + Wednesday Independent 1955 8 23 



294 3.00VAC 1,235 
VAC 23,969 Free 

Charlie Donaldson, Editor; Gerald T. Deal, Publisher, 219 E. Angeleno Ave. 



Review + .................................. ^iin*'*" Ind< Rcp ............. 1905 8 24 294 12 ' 00 ** 4 563 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Prints Thursday Shopper for free distribution. Circ. $42,000. 

Hoyt Cater, Publisher, 220 E. Orange Grove Ave. 

BURLINGAME (J2%), pop. 19,886 (special U. S. Census 5-24-57, gives 21,985) ; San 
Mateo Co. (W). 15 m S of San Francisco. SP RR. Dairy products, lumber manu- 
factured. Nurseries. Residential. 

Advance-Star and Green W>,, 1M A Qll - t n ^^ n ^ n 4. 1906 8 23 294 4.20 0318 
Sheet + ............................... [Thurs. & Sun.Jndependent ....... 40,245 Free 

James A, Wood, Editor and Publisher. 

BURNEY (D2%), pop. 1,513; Shasta Co. (N). 52 m NE of Redding, nearest railroad 
station. SP RR. Saw, pulp, veneer mills. Tourist resort. Agriculture. Cattle, 
poultry, grain. 
Shasta County Chronicle -f ..... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1952 6 24 259 8.00 

Hal W. Hunt, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 677. 

CABAZON (J9%), pop. x 86 5 ; Riverside Co. (SE). 16 m NW of Palm Springs. SP RR. 

Bank, Banning. Resort. Poultry farms. 
Courier -f- .................................. Friday ............. Independent...... 196 6 8 24 808 2.00 

L. Dee Tallent, Editor and Publisher. 

CALEXICO (Kll), pop. 6,438 (special U. S. Census 3-31-54, gives 7,450) ; Imperial Co. 
(S). 95 m SE of San Diego. SP RR. Airport. Ships fruit and vegetables for 
eastern markets. Cotton gins; cottonseed oil mill; mattress, quilt, overall, fer- 
tilizer factories; sheet metal works; alfalfa dehydrator. Diversified farming. 
Lettuce, cantaloupes, alfalfa, flax. 
Chronicle + .............................. Morn.ex.Sun.Jnd. Rep .............. 1904 8 24 294 18.00 

Cristobal Garcilazo, Editor; De Anza Publishing Co., 145 Third St. 

CALIPATRIA (K10%),pop. 1,428 (special U. S. Census 10-15-56, gives 2,463) ; Imperial 
Co. (S). 10 m N of Brawley. SP RR. Concrete building blocks and pipes manu- 
factured. Agriculture. Cotton, alfalfa, grains, tomatoes. 
Herald-f ................................... Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1914 7 24 280 4.00 

Tracey Henderson, Editor and Publisher. 

CALISTOGA (C6), pop. 1,418; Napa Co. (W). 16 m NE of Santa Rosa. SP RR. Cream- 
ery; bottling works; wineries. Resort, hot mineral springs. Quicksilver, silver, 
gold mines. Agriculture. Grapes, prunes, walnuts. 
Calistogan-h ............................. Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1877 7 24 280 3.60 

Lois Carroll Winston, Editor and Publisher. 

CAMARILLO (F9%). pop. 12,942; Ventura Co. (S). 16 m E of Ventura, SP RR. 

Fruit and nuts shipped. Nursery. Agriculture. Beans, oranges, walnuts. 
News-f ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1926 8 24 294 8.00 

R. W. Sexty, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 107. 

CAMBRIA (D8), pop. X700; San Luis Obispo Co. (SW). On Pacific Ocean, halfway 
between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Railroad station, San Luis Obispo. 
SP RR. Resort. Hearst-San Simeon State Park. 
Cambrian-h .............................. Thursday ........ Ind. Rep ............. 1931 6 24 266 8.00 

R. W. Morgan, Jr., Editor; Pine Coast Publishing Co., P. O. Box 128. 

CAMPBELL (D6M), pop. 9,270; Santa Clara Co. (W). 5 m S of San Jose. SP RR. 
Fruit drying, packing, canning; electronics, furniture manufactured. Hatcheries. 
Agriculture. Fruit, vegetables, poultry. 
Press -f ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1895 8 24 280 8.00 

George Vierhus, Editor and Publisher, 36 Dillon Ave. 

CANOGA PARK (pop. inc. in Los Angeles), Los Angeles Co. (S). Suburb of Los 
Angeles. SP RR. Manufactures electric motors, fly swatters, concrete and iron 
soil pipe, poultry feeds. Ships fruit. Agriculture. Alfalfa, beans, truck crops, 
citrus fruits. 
Herald-f ................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1911 8 22 294 2. 50 VAC 3,528 

Glen L. Hughes. Editor; West Valley Newspapers. Inc., Publisher, VAC 6.307 Free 

6648 Reseda Blvd., Reseda. 



J468 



5550 



U.500 



$650 



51,475 



J2.150 



51,015 



53,027 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C Statement; *June tod March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher's Report; Light lace, estimated. +Uses Mats. * Nonpareil 
tms. 12 to inch. ? Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNafly 
estimate. Vhraed only during academic rear. ^Subscription included in membership fee. 

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1,855 



J25,100 



1948 5 21 178 1.20 



3,910 
1,049 

1,060 

6,900 
1,743 

J563 



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CARLSBAD (H10%), pop. 4,888 (special U. S. Census 10-19-54, gives 5,991); San 
Diego Co. (S). 85 m N of San Diego. AT&SF RR. Nursery. Health resort. Agri- 
culture. Fruit, winter vegetables. 

Journal-f Thursday Ind. Rep 1925 8 24 280 8.00 

Robert D. Garland, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 248. 

CARMEL (D7), pop. 4,851 (special U. S. Census 8-2-57, gives 4,898); Monterey Co. 
(W). On Pacific Ocean, 4 m SW of Monterey, nearest railroad station. SP RR. 
Nurseries. Exclusive residential community. Fruit, truck farms. Pears, apricots, 
strawberries, corn. 

Farm Bureau News (off set). ..Monthly Agriculture 1948 5 23 224 1.00 

Prints eight county editions: Alameda; Contra Costa; Merced, Monterey; San 

Benito; San Mateo; Santa Clara; Sonoma. 

Ralph E. Erion, Publisher, 182 W. Carmel Valley Rd., Carmel Valley. 
Pacific Spectator-Journal \Mnnthlv I Regional 

(offset) {Monthly ) Features 

Printed in three editions : Monterey Peninsula and Salinas Valley ; Armed Forces 

Banner; Pacific Grove Tribune. 
Ralph E. Erion and Doris Kaye, Editors and Publishers. 

Pine Cone Cymbal-f Thursday Independent 1915 5 24 210 4.50 

Wilma Cook, Editor; Clifford Cook, Publisher. 

CARPINTERIA (F9), pop. 2,864; Santa Barbara Co. (SW). On Pacific Ocean, 12 m 
S of Santa Barbara. SP RR. Vegetables, citrus fruit packing plants. Resort. 
Agriculture. Lemons, lima beans, walnuts. 

Herald -f Thursday Independent 1918 5 24 224 3.00 

Paul Barger, Editor and Publisher. 

CARUTHERS (F7), pop. X500; Fresno Co. (SW). 20 m SW of Fresno. Railroad station, 
Riverdale. SP RR. Cotton gin; hatchery; concrete pipe works. Ships fruits and 
vegetables. Diversified farming. Cotton, raisins, poultry. 

Gazette -f- Thursday Independent 1935 8 24 315 2.50 

David E. Petrie, Editor and Publisher. 

CASTRO VALLEY (K2), pop. X82,000; (Branch of Hayward P. O.) ; Alameda Co. (W). 
10 m SE of Oakland. Pacific Trucking Lines (motor vehicle). Manufactures eye- 
glass cases, boats, neon light fixtures. Rock quarry. Diversified farming. 

Castro Valley News -f- Thursday Republican 1950 8 24 294 8.00 

East Bay News Publishing Co., 6841 Castro Valley Blvd. 

Castro Valley Reporter -f Thursday Independent 1933 8 24 287 3.00 

Leona Ward, Editor; Daily Review, Inc., Publisher, Hayward. 

CASTROVIIJLE (D7), pop. 1,865; Monterey Co. (W). 10 m NW of Salinas. SP RR. 
Vegetables packed and shipped. Agriculture. Artichoke, celery, carrots, straw- 
berries. 

Times-f Wednesday Independent 1947 7 23 280 2.50 

William Caraie. Jr., Editor and Publisher, Box 254. 

CERES (D6), pop. 2,351 (special U. S. Census 9-7-55, gives 8,551) ; Stanislaus Co. (C). 
4 m S of Modesto. SP RR. Hatchery. Fruit dehydrators, food processing plants. 
Diversified farming. Peaches, grapes. 

Courier -f- Friday Independent 1911 5 24 224 2.00 2,550 

Robert P. Frantz, Editor; Stanislaus Publishing Co., 912 13th St., Modesto. 

CHATSWORTH (pop. inc. in Los Angeles); Los Angeles Co. (S). SP RR. Bank, 
Canoga Park. Preserved and candied fruit, wood toys, missiles manufactured. 

Review-f- Thursday Independent 1950 8 22 294 2.50 

Glen L. Ingles, Editor; West Valley Newspapers, Inc., Publisher, VAC 298 Free 

6648 Reseda Blvd., Reseda. 

CHICO (D4), pop. 12,272; Butte Co. (N). 100 m N of Sacramento. SP; SN RRs. Airline 
PC. Chico State College. Gold mines; pine timber. Manufactures matches, 
lumber, collapsible tubes, flour, feed, canned goods, pruning saws, foundry, 
concrete products, beverages. Fruit drying and packing, almond hulling and 
processing plants; railroad shops. Agriculture. TV station. 

Enterprise-Record -f Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1853 8 23 303 18.00*^12,523 

Color advertising accepted. 

A. W. Bramwell, Editor and Publisher. 

Wildcat V Friday Collegiate 1902 6 24 266 1.25 2,000 

Students of Chico State College, Editors and Publishers. 

CHINA LAKE See Sun of San Bernardino. 

CHINO (D10V 2 ), pop. 5,784 (special U. S. Census 1-29-58. gives 9,146) ; San Bernardino 
Co. (SE). 6 m SE of Pomona. SP RR. Manufactures food products, heavy duty 
trailers, lingerie, wine, pumps, feed. Potato packing plants. Diversified farming. 
Poultry, potatoes, dairy in K- 

Champion-f Thursday Independent 1887 8 24 294 8.00 2,150 

Allen P. McCombs, Editor and Publisher. 

CHOWCHILLA (E6%), pop. 8,893 (special U. S. Census 3-25-54, gives 4,245) ; Madera 
Co. (SO. 38 m N of Fresno. SP RR. Manufactures cottonseed oil, concrete blocks, 
fertilizer, alfalfa meal, creamery products. Agriculture. Cotton, dairying, grain. 

News-f- Thursday Independent 1913 7 24 280 3.00 1,746 

J. F. Burcher, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 995. 

CHULA VISTA (Hll). pop. 15,927 (special U. S. Census 3-14-58. *ives 35,557) : San 
Diego Co. (S). 8 m SE of San Diego. SD&AE RR. Celery, citrus fruit packed. 
Screens, chemicals, casket hardware manufactured. Truck, fruit, poultry farms. 
Chula Vista-National City Star-News See Natioral City. 

Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement: *Jne and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher's Report: Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Potmlatlon 1950 Census. xRtnd McNaUy 
estimate. \MssuH only during academic year. xSuhacrlption included in membership fee. 

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CLAREMONT (D10), pop. 6,327 (special U .S. Census 4-1-68, gives 10,651); Los 

Angeles Co. (S). 4 m N of Pomona. AT&SF; PE RRs. Packs and ships citrus fruit. 

Manufactures candy, preserves, brushes, air cleaners, scientific instruments. 

Pomona College ; Claremont College. Citrus fruit farms. 

Courier+ (offset) ................... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1909 5 24 224 3.50 

Martin Weinberger, Editor and Publisher, 3408 Duke Ave. 



Circ 



2,561 



Myron Roberts, Editor; D & R Publishers, Inc., 637 Geneva Ave. 

Student Life V Friday Coll. News 1887 5 24 210 3.00 

Associated Students, Pomona College, Editors and Publishers. 

CLOVERDALE (B5), pop. 1,292 (special U. S. Census 11-28-57, gives 2,823) ; Sonoma 
Co. (NW). On Russian River, 30 m NW of Santa Rosa. NWP RR. Saw mill; 
wineries. Fruit, stock farms. Grapes. 

Reveille-f Thursday Independent 1879 7 24 280 3.00 

Gilbert F. Dewart, Editor and Publisher. 

CLOV1S (F7), pop. 2,766 (special U. S. Census 10-22-56, gives 4,462) ; Fresno Co. 12 m 
NE of Fresno. SP RR. Fruit packing and concrete plants. Granite quarries; tim- 
ber. Diversified farming. Raisins, dairy products, grapes. 

Independent-f Thursday Independent 1918 6 24 273 3.00 

M. A. Hinkley, Editor and Publisher. 

COACHELLA (J10), pop. 2,755 (special U. S. Census 4-29-58, gives 4,287) ; Riverside 
Co. (SE). 70 m SE of Riverside. SP RR. Ships dates, fruit, vegetables. Citrus 
farming. 

{Desert Rancher -f Monthly Agriculture 1950 5 24 224 1.50 
Valley Sun-f Thursday Independent 1901 5 24 224 3.50 
Ward H. Grant, Editor and Publisher. 

COALINGA (E7%), pop. 6,539; Fresno Co. (SC). 50 m SW of Fresno. SP RR. Oil 
refineries. Oil well supplies ; creamery products manufactured. Oil wells ; quick- 
silver mines. Agriculture. Livestock, grain, melons, cotton. 

Record-}- Thursday Republican 1904 8 24 280 3.50 

R. K. Rebele, Editor and Publisher. 

COLFAX (E4%), pop. 820; Placer Co. (NE). 54 m NE of Sacramento. SP RR. Citrus 
fruit shipped. Health resort. Timber. Fruit farms. Pears. 

Record + Friday Ind. Rep 1908 7 24 308 3.00 

Clinton Haywood, Editor and Publisher. 

COLTON (H9%), pop. 14,465 (special U. S. Census 4-8-58, gives 18.878); San Ber- 
nardino Co. (SE). 3 m SW of San Bernardino. UP; PE; SP; AT&SF RRs. Manu- 
factures cement, lime, flour, concrete pipe, fruit juices, candy. Fruit shipping, 
tallow rendering, meat packing plants ; apiary, road shops. Agriculture. Oranges, 
lemons, grapes. 

Courier-f | & V <fu n X ' Sat ' Independent 1877 8 24 294 12.00 

Prints Courier Shopping News on Thursday for free distribution. 
C. K. Dooley. Editor and Publisher. 

COLUSAt (C4), pop. 3,031 (special U. S. Census 1-11-57, gives 3,422); Colusa Co. 
(NC). On Sacramento River, 65 m NW of Sacramento. SN ; SP RRs. Boat con- 
nections. Machine shops. Agriculture. Barley, sugar beets, rice, almonds. 

280 10.00 
Wilmer G. Brill, Editor; W. G. and Maxine H. Brill, Publishers, 210 Sixth St. 

COMPTON (BID, pop. 47,991 (special U. S. Census 4-30-52, gives 55,645); Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 10 m S of Los Angeles. SP; PE RRs. Airport. 

Manufactures aircraft parts, oil well supplies, felt roofing, barrels, brassieres, 
bee supplies, vapor condensers, cheese, chemicals, shoes. Nurseries. Oil wells. 
Truck, dairy, poultry farms. 

Herald- American -f Thurs.A Sun. ..Independent 1936 8 24 294 6 ' 00 

Printed in ten editions : Compton ; Lynwood : Long Beach ; Norwalk ; Bellflower ; 

Lakewood ; Los Altos; Downey; Paramount, I^a Mirada; (Thurs. only). 
Warren W. Butler, Editor; C. S. Smith, Publisher, 218 East Magnolia St. 

CONCORD (Kl%), pop. 6,953 (special U. S. Census 10-16-57, gives 28,537) ; Contra 

Costa Co. (W). 12 m W of Pittsburgh. SP; SN RRs. Oil refineries; cement plant; 

winery; electronic parts manufactured. Fruit, grain, truck farms. 
Diablo Beacon + Wed.&Fri Independent 1928 8 24 287 3.00 

Prints weekly on Wednesday Shopping Guide for free distribution. 

J. A. Augustine, Editor and Publisher, 1950 Grant St. 

f Journal Thursday Democratic 1957 8 23 294 3.50 

1 Pleasant Hill Post Thursday Democratic 1956 8 23 294 3.50 

1 L. E. Stoddard, Editor and Publisher, 1836 Grant St. 

Transcript-f j^S^*' Sat ' Republican 1886 8 23 294 15.00 5,683 

Color advertising accepted. 

Prints Transcript Family Shopper on Thursday for free distribution. 

Clifton H. Moore and George E. Moore, Editors and Publishers, 1741 Sunset Ave. 

CORCORAN (F7%), pop. 8,150 (special U. S. Census 11-7-55, gives 4.824); Kings Co. 
(SC). 45 m S of Fresno. AT&SF RR. Flour, feed, cottonseed oil mills; cotton gins : 
creamery. Agriculture, dairying. Cotton, grain, beef cattle. 

Journal 4- Fridav Independent 1908 6 24 273 3.75 1,447 

M. L. Coultrap, Editor and Publisher. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. <$> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to Inch. 7 Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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Sun-Herald-f ........................... {Il-fun*' Sat * Independent ...... 1862 8 24 

' 



1,150 



1,220 



n,6io 



3,449 



2,095 



1,000 



2,833 



2,665 



66,682 



2,604 

1,079 
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CORNING (C3H), pop. 2,537; Tehama Co. (N). 80 m NW of Chico. SP RR. Airport. 

Extensive olive packing and shipping; wood products, furniture factories; fruit 

dehydrating plant. Agriculture. Olives, grain, fruits. 

Observer-f ............................... n** S&t " independent. ...... 1887 8 22 280 7.50 1,73 



Comic strip advertising accepted. 
John F. Wood, Editor and Publisher. 

CORONA (H10), pop. 10,223 (special U. S. Census 2-5-57, gives 12,707); Riverside 
Co. (SE). 15 m SE of Riverside. AT&SF; PE RRs. Clay pits. Citrus fruit packed. 
Lemon products, box shooks, creamery products, fruit shears, clippers, margarine 
manufactured. Fruit, dairy farms. 

r Courier-Beacon 4- .................... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1880 8 24 294 1.50 J8.572 

J Independent-f .......................... [| v ^ x ' Sat ' Independent ...... 1906 8 24 294 12.00 **3,695 

L J. C. Hammond, Editor; J. C. and Justin Hammond, Publishers. 
CORONA DEL MAR (H10), pop. - ; Orange Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean 20 m SE 

of Long Beach. Railroad station, Newport Beach. PE RR. Residential. Novelties, 

ceramics manufactured. 
Newport Harbor Ensign -f ...... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1948 7 24 287 8.00 3,375 

Arvo E. Haapa. Editor and Publisher, 2850 E. Coast Hwy. 

CORONADO (Hll), independent branch of San Diego P. O., pop. 12,700 (special U. S. 
Census 4-24-57, gives 18,764) ; San Diego Co. (S). On San Diego Bay, 1 m SW 
of San Diego. SD&AE RR. Resort. 
Journal-h ................................. .Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1912 8 24 276 3.00 4,087 

G. Kay Williams, Editor and Publisher, 915 Orange Ave. 

CORTE MADERA See Larkspur. 

COSTA MESA (Dll%), pop. 11,844 (special U. S. Census 5-20-58, gives 26,651); 
Orange Co. (S). 8 m S of Santa Ana. PE RR. Railroad station, Newport Beach. Air- 
port. Orange Coast College. Manufactures boats, electronic and airplane parts. 

Globe-Herald and Pilot + ....... fjf p n r '{ Wed " Independent ...... 1923 8 22 808 6.00**7,805 

Thomas Keevil, Editor; Walter "Burroughs, Publisher, P. O. Box 516. 

COTATI (C5), pop. X700; Sonoma Co. (NW). 5 m SE of Santa Rosa. NWP RR. Paint 

factory; hatcheries. Agriculture. Grapes, prunes, apples. 
Cotatian, The-f ....................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1944 7 22 280 2.00 

Lloyd and Prudence Draper, Editors and Publishers. 

COV1NA (D10), pop. 3,956 (special U. S. Census 4-28-58, gives 16,890) ; Los Angelee 

Co. (S). 9 m W of Pomona. PE RR. Citrus fruit packing and cold storage plants; 

steel fabricating. Spray products, ladders manufactured. Agriculture. Oranges, 

lemons, walnuts. 

Ar e0 .-Citi Z en + ...................... .Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1886 8 22 ' 01 ' 



Sn G.brieJ Val.ey Tribune-K. 'S ~ Independent ...... 8 22 

(Sun. Morn. 

Color advertising accepted. 
Circulates also in Azusa, Baldwin Park, El Monte, Glendora, La Puente, West 

Covina. 

San Gabriel Valley Newspapers, Inc., Pub., P. O. Box 1228, Fleetwood Annex. 
Sentinel (offset) ...................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1951 7 24 308 2.00 500 

A. J. Jenner, Editor and Publisher, 119 W. Badillo St. 1,500 Free 

CRESCENT CITY (Al^), pop. 1,706 (special U. S. Census 2-9-56, gives 2,709); 
Del Norte Co. (NW). On Pacific Ocean, 70 m N of Eureka. Railroad station, 
Arcata. NWP RR. Airline, PC. Lumber, wooden novelties manufactured. 
Creamery. Redwood timber; fisheries. Resort. Dairy farms. 
American-f ............................... Friday ............. Republican ......... 1926 7 24 280 2.00 82,941 

Howard F. Griffin, Editor and Publisher. 
Del Norte Triplicate-!- ............ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1879 8 24 280 8.50 4,433 



Norte Triplicate-!- ............ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1 

James Yarbrougn, Editor; Gordon G. Harley, Publisher. 



CRESTLINE (H9H), pop. 1,369; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 10 m N of San Bernardino, 

nearest bank and railroad station. 
Courier ...................................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1946 5 24 224 3.50 2,085 

Barbara M. Rovira, Editor and Publisher. 

CUCAMONGA (E10), pop. 1,255; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 18 m W of San Bernar- 
dino. AT&SF RR. Tank and welding works ; wineries ; citrus fruit parked. Fruit 
farms. Citrus fruit, grapes, peaches. 
Times-f .................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1909 5 24 210 2.00 t600 

Leslie L. Foster, Editor and Publisher. $400 Free 

CULVER CITY <B10%), pop. 19,720 (special U. S. Census 1-19-56, gives 31.367); 
Los Angeles Co. (S). 7 m SE of Santa Monica. PE RR. Airport. Motion picture 
studios. Stoves, aircraft, furniture, phonograph records, textiles, plastics, tele- 
vision, machine tools, electronics, wall heaters, draperies, auto batteries, rubber 
products, industrial alcohol, ball point pens, ladies sportswear and lingerie, shoes 
manufactured. Truck farms. Four banks; bank deposits (6-30-57), $70,537,645. 
11,972 electric meters; 10,894 gas meters; 24,700 telephones. 
Citizen. The ............................. Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1923 5 24 210 3.00 54,401 

Nell G Marti, Editor; Roy E. Donovan, Publisher, 9355 Culver Blvd. 

Journal and News i*. , A T A ^A * 1948 8 23 294 3.50 tl.OOO 

Advertiser-f ...................... [Thursday ........ Independent ....... $20,500 Free 

Roy L. Dean, Editor; Independent Champion Publications, 
__ 5 24 _Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica. 

Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *Jun and March A. B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonparefl 
ems, 12 to Inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNalljr 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscrlption included in membership fee. 

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Star-News 4- ... ......................... .Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Rep .............. 1923 8 24 294 1200 ++6697 

CO vL^fj 0n ? i v llt?Ip *<*verU.ing accepted. Space sold in combination with ***' W7 
Vanguard of Venice, circ. ** 1,097. Prints free distribution shopping paper 
weekly on Thursday. *^ 

David J. Duncan, Publisher. 

CUPERTINO (K3), pop. 2,438; Santa Clara Co. (W). 10 m W of San Jose, nearest 
bank town. Nearest railroad station, Monta Vista. SP RR. Nursery; winery. 
Ships fruit. Agriculture. Pears, apricots, prunes. 
Courier -f (offset) ................... Wednesday ....Independent ....... 1960 5 22 224 2.00 1,521 

Prints weekly Valley Advertiser for free distribution. Circ. 6,100. 
Miriam Soomil, Editor; Foothill Printing and Publishing Inc., 
20304 Stevens Creek Blvd. 

CUTLER (F7), pop. 1,768; Tulare Co. (SC). 38 m SE of Fresno. AT&SF RR. Bank. 

Orosi. Winery. Fruit and vegetables shipped. Agriculture. 
Cutler-Orosi Courier See Orosi. 

CYPRESS (Cl). pop. 1,318; Orange Co. (S). 13 m E of Long Beach. PE RR. Bank, 

Garden Grove. Dairy, poultry, truck farms. 
Enterprise-}- ............................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1927 5 24 210 2.50 702 

Prints edition for Los Alamitos, circ. 748. 
Dale Kroesen, Editor and Publisher. 

DALY CITY (J2), independent branch of San Francisco P. O., pop. 15,191 (special U. S. 

Census 5-29-56, gives 30,506) ; San Mateo Co. (W). Adjoins San Francisco on 

the South. SP RR. Nurseries, winery. Residential. Truck, dairy farms. 
f Record, The .............................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1905 8 22 294 4.00 2,750 

Prints free distribution shopping paper on Friday called Shopping News. Circ. tl 0,000 
< Weatlake Times-f ................... Wednesday ..... Independent ....... 8 22 294 

Prints Coastside Edition. Combined circ. 1 17, 500 Free 

H. P. Bradshaw, Editor and Publisher, 3317 San Jose Ave. 

DANVILLE (K2), pop. X935: Contra Costa Co. (W). 15 m E of Oakland. SP RR. 

Electronic planning concerns ; atomic reactor plant. Walnut orchards. 
Valley Pioneer ......................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1945 5 24 224 3.00 2,200 

R. Semmes Gordon, Jr., Editor and Publisher. 

DAVIS (D5), pop. 3,554 (special U. S. Census 9-24-57, gives 7,216); Yolo Co. (C). 
14 m W of Sacramento. SP RR. Manufactures almond hullers, farm equipment. 
University of California at Davis. Agriculture. Sugar beets, barley, tomatoes. 
California Aggie -f V .. Thursday . Collegiate .1915 5 25 211 1.00 2,000 

Students of University of California, Editors and Publishers. 
Enterprise -h ............................. Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1898 8 24 294 3.00 2.820 

George Grey, Editor; Douglas Tibbitts, Publisher, 303 G St. 

DECOTO See News Register of Fremont. 

DELANO (F8), pop. 8.717 (special U. S. Census 5-23-57, gives 11,092) ; Kern Co. (S). 
32 m NW of Bakersfteld. SP RR. Airport. Vegetables, fruit shipped. Wineries; 
cotton gin; concrete pipe manufactory. Diversified farming. Grapes, potatoes, 
cotton. 
Record and News-p- ................. Tues.&Thurs.. Independent ....... 1908 8 24 280 4.00 3,113 

Circulates also in Earlimart, McFarland, Pixley. 

George B. Keyzers, Editor and Publisher, 1201 Jefferson St. 

DELHI (E6), pop. X900: Merced Co. (C). 20 m SE of Modesto. SP RR. Bank, Turlock. 

Fruit, poultry, dairy farms. Grapes. 
Bulletin ..................................... Wednesday ..... Independent ....... 1967 7 23 280 3.00 581 

Walter H. Aird, Editor and Publisher, 424 Third St., Livingston. 

DEL MAR (H10%), pop. Xl.OOO; San Diego Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean, 18 m N of 
San Diego. AT&SF RR. Bank, Solana Beach. Residential. 

[Gem Cutters 
Lapidary Journal + ................. Bi-monthly ..... \& Jewelry 1947 2 29 119 3.00 14,000 

[Craftsmen 
Lelande Quick, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 518. 

DESERT HOT SPRINGS (J9%), pop. X770; Riverside Co. (SE). 60 m E of Riverside. 

Railroad station, Garnet. SP RR. Health resort. Diversified farming. 
Desert Sentinel ........................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1940 6 23 224 3.00 2,925 

Mark C. Green, Editor and Publisher. 

DINUBA (F7), pop. 4,971 (special U. S. Census 12-8-65, gives 6,428) : Tulare Co. (SC). 

81 m SE of Fresno. SP; AT&SF RRs. Raisins, fig, grape packing plants; wine, 

candied and canned fruit, box shocks, cement pipe, lumber manufactured. 

Diversified farming. Grapes, alfalfa, cotton. 
Alta Advocate-f- ...................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1920 7 24 276 2 00 925 

J. Jacobson. Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 185. 
Sentinel -I...... ..... ... ................... Tues.&Thurs.. Independent ....... 1909 8 22 291 5.00 51,890 

Bill Locke, Editor and Publisher 

DIXON (D5), pop. 1,714 (special U. S. Census 7-25-57, gives 2,683) ; Solano Co. (NWC). 
25 m SW of Sacramento. SP RR. Meat packing, alfalfa dehydrator, wool process- 
Ing plants ; feed mill. Diversified farming. Sheep. 
Tribune-f ................................. Friday ............. Independent ....... 1874 7 24 280 4.00 1.50S 

Frederic and Dean Dunnicliff, Editors and Publishers, *.wo 

DORRIS CD1H). Pop. 892; Siskiyou Co. (N). 22 m S of Klamath Falls, Ore. SP RR. 

Lumber mills. Fir, cedar, pine timber. Agriculture. Potatoes, clover, alfalfa. 
Butte Valley Star 4- ................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1926 6 24 281 3.00 663 

W. H. and Ruth Ryer. Editors and Publishers. 8 



A B ' C - s ttent; *June and March A B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
IP.O Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPubliaher'a Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. ^ Nonpareil 
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DOS PALOS (E6H ), pop. 1,894 (special U. S. Census 12-10-56, gives 1,911) ; Merced Co. 
(C). 65 m NW of Fresno. Railroad station, South Dos Palos. SP RR. Agriculture. 
Vegetables, alfalfa, cotton. 

Star-f Thursday Independent 1895 7 28 280 4.00 l,ai2 

Wm. M. Crowe, Editor and Publisher. 

DOWNEY (C10%), pop. x 80,0 00; Los Angeles Co. (S). 12 m SE of Los Angeles. SP 
RR. Manufactures asbestos, textiles, aircraft, farm machinery cement pipe, 
soap, chemicals, carpeting, plastics, food, wire, rubber products, furniture, 
industrial castings and blowers, brass fittings. Three banks; 24,894 electric 
meters; 19,000 gas meters; 25,000 telephones. Nurseries. 

( Champion + Monday Independent 1888 8 24 294 1.00 5,572 

25,000 Free 



1 Southeast News Thursday Independent 1945 8 24 294 

1 Marie C. Coffey, Editor; G. F. Karnopp, Publisher, 8209 E. 2nd St. 

Cycle Action (offset) Monthly Motorcycling.... 1957 8 34 178 3.50 

Prank G. Stone, Editor and Publisher, 9548 E. Firestone Blvd. 
Herald American See Herald American, Compton. 

f Leader + Monday Republican 1952 8 24 294 3.50 

j Live Wire + Thursday Republican 1924 8 24 294 8.50 

< Knowles C. and F. E. Weiss, Editors and Publishers, 8323 E. Firestone Blvd. 

DOWNIEVILLEf (E4), pop. 768; Sierra Co. (NE). 80 m NE of Sacramento. Rail- 
road station, Blairsden. WP RR. Bank, Nevada City, Saw mill. Agriculture. 

Mountain Messenger^- Thursday Independent 1853 7 24 287 4.00 

Eugene C. Stowe, Editor and Publisher. 

DUARTE (D10), pop. X 15,870; Los Angeles Co. (S). 18 m NE of Los Angeles. AT&SF; 
PE RRa. Cleaning equipment manufactured. Fruit, poultry farms. 

Dispatch-r- Thursday Independent 1947 8 24 294 2.00 

Robert Richards, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 147. 
North Valley News See Azusa. 

DUNSMUIR (C2%), pop. 2,256; Siskiyou Co. (N). 80 m S of Klamath Falls, Ore. 
SP RR. Railroad shops; lumber mill. Mountain resort. Pine, fir timber. Dairy, 
stock farms. 

News + Thursday Independent 1890 8 24 290 3.50 

Chapman Wentworth, Editor and Publisher. 

EAGLE ROCK See Los Angeles. 
EARLIMART See Record and News of Delano. 
EAST SAN DIEGO See San Diego. 

EL CAJON (Hll), pop. 5,600 (special U. S. Census 10-2-57, gives 27,776) ; San Diego 

Co. (S). 15 m NE of San Diego. SD&AE RR. Citrus fruit and vegetable packing; 

aircraft parts, aluminum windows, boats, wood products manufactured. Fruit, 

truck, poultry farms. Grapes, tomatoes. 
Valley News Sun. & Thurs.. Independent 1893 8 24 283 4.80 

Simon Casady, Editor and Publisher, 613 W. Main St. Sunday circ. 

EL CAMINO COLLEGESee Torrance. 

EL CENTROf (Kll), pop. 12,590 (special U. S. Census 1-30-57, gives 17,791); 
Imperial Co. (S). 120 m E of San Diego. SD&AE; HIU; SP RRs. Airline BAL. 
Packing and shipping produce from Imperial Valley. Flax fibre mill; creamery; 
hatchery; bottling works. Agriculture. Melons, lettuce, carrots, alfalfa. 

( Imperial Valley Press 4- jl^;^*' Sat> Independent 1901 8 22 29418.00 

< Post+ [^ n 3X ' Sun -Independent 1917 8 22 294 18.00 

Post Press-f Sunday Independent 1936 8 22 294 

I Color advertising accepted. 

Paul A. Jenkins, Editor and Publisher. 

Imperial Enterprise-f Thursday Independent 1906 

Annette E. Brown, Editor and Publisher. 

ELCERRITO (Jl%), pop. 18,011 (special U. S. Census 1-22-57, gives 23,633); Contra 
Costa Co. (W). 2 m N of Berkeley. AT&SF RR. Manufactures monuments, 
pottery, tanks, lumber. Nurseries. Residential. 

Journal-)- Thursday Independent 1917 9 22 315 2.50 

Ruel Crose, Editor; Owens Publications, Inc., 164 Tenth St., Richmond. 

ELK GROVE (D5), pop. X950; Sacramento Co. (NC). 14 m SE of Sacramento. SP RR. 
Wineries ; feed mill. Fruit, dairy, grain farms. Grapes, hops, Ladino clover. 

Citizen + .. Thursday Independent 1909 7 24 280 8.50 

Don R. Smith, Editor; Henry R. Tweith, Publisher. P. O. Drawer S. 

EL MONTE (C10%), pop. 8,101 (special U. S. Census 10-10-57, gives 11,507) ; Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 12 m E of Los Angeles. SP; PE RRs. Manufactures house 
trailers, wire screening, nets, dairy, cement, chemicals, pressed steel and wood 
products, fertilizer, fishing tackle, paper boxes, electric appliances. Walnut 
packing. Truck, dairy farms. 

California Rabbits Monthly -{&Cavy 1936 3 28 154 1.00 

... , , I Breeders 

Nyda Kammerdiener, Editor and Publisher, 11754 E. Lambert Ave. 

8 23 



4,830 



$7,200 
$7,200 



522 



1,470 



1,761 



6,059 
1,232 



8 24 280 3.00 1,400 



1,573 



1,275 



297 



y Independent 

Space sold only in combination with Post-Advocate of Alhambra. 
J3arton Heiligers, Editor and Publisher, 11 S. Stoneman Ave., Alhambra. 



2.00 
20,000 Free 



Cliadatio--^^ r Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A. B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light lace, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
SfeJte ^/J^'A ^ g *!f line8 ' *i **. incb< tCount > r * eat - Population-1950 Census. xRand McNallf 

ml ifSio' *X Xffi ? ly dunn * academic year. xSubscription Included in memberihip fee. 

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$960 



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Herald -4-. :; Tues. & Fri Independent 1905 8 24 294 5.00 5,461 

Prints free distribution shopping paper on Thursday called El Monte Herald 

Shopping News. 

Neil R. Murray, Editor; El Monte Publishing Co., Inc., 112 El Monte Ave. 
Press + Thursday Independent 1948 8 22 

Marshall Walker, Editor ; San Gabriel Valley Newspapers, Inc., Publisher," 

P. O. Box 1228, Fleetwood Annex, Covina. 
San Gabriel Valley Tribune See Covina. 

EL SEGUNDO (BlOVfc), pop. 8,011 (special U. S. Census 11-14-57, gives 13,778); Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 18 m SW of Los Angeles. AT&SF; PE RRs. Manufactures air- 
craft parts, truck air brakes, chemicals. Oil refinery. 

Herald -f Thursday Independent 1911 8 24 294 2.50 4,273 

Robert Richards, Editor; David Dessau, Publisher. 

EL SERENO See Los Angeles, El Sereno Reporter-News, also El Sereno Star. 

ELSINORE (H10), pop. 2,068 (special U. S. Census 2-9-57, gives 2,304) ; Riverside Co. 

(SE). 30 m S of Riverside. AT&SF RR. Health resort, hot springs of medical 

value. Clay products manufactured. Clay pits. Agriculture. Citrus fruits, peaches, 

apricots, alfalfa. 
Lake Elsinore Valley Sun 4-. ...Thursday Independent 1949 5 24 224 2.50 

T. J. Hudson, Editor and Publisher, 120 West Graham. 
Leader-Press -f Thursday Independent 1888 5 22 224 3.00 

B. C. James, Editor and Publisher. 

EL SOBRANTE See Richmond, El Sobrante Herald Bee Press. 

EMERYVILLE (J2), branch of Oakland P. O., pop. 2,889; Alameda Co. (W). Adjoins 
Oakland on the north. AT&SF; SP RRs. Boat connections. Manufactures roof- 
ing paper, linoleum, paint, electrical equipment, steel, paper and dairy products, 
Calculators. Meat packing plant. 

Golden Gate Herald -f Thursday Independent 1923 7 24 280 2.00 

Hugo A. Jouvenal, Ed.; Golden Gate Press, Pub., 5700 San Pablo Ave., Oakland. 

EMPIRE (D6), pop. 1,448; Stanislaus Co. (C). 5 m E of Modesto, nearest banking 
town. AT&SF RR. Manufactures wine, feed, fertilizer. Hatchery. Diversified 
farming. 

News Thursday Independent 1946 5 24 224 2.00 64O 

Philip H. and Harriet T. Davis, Publishers, P. O. Box 1016. 

ENCINITAS (H10M>). pop. 10,956; San Diego Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean, 25 m N of 
San Diego. AT&SF RR. Floriculture. Ships bulbs, poinsettia roots, carnations. 
Diversified farming. Avocados, fruit, squash. 

Coast Dispatch -f Thursday Independent 1925 8 24 287 3.00 4,691 

Ralph Curtis, Editor; Archie J. Hicks, Jr.. Publisher. 

ENCINO (BIO), (pop. inc. in Los Angeles) ; Los Angeles Co. (S). 20 m NW of Los 
Angeles. SP RR. Bank, Reseda. Nursery. Residential. 

Encinian, The-f Thursday Independent 1939 8 23 294 5,500 Free 

Valley Publications, Inc., 13936 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks. 

ESCALON (D6), pop. 1,569; San Joaquin Co. (C). 21 m SE of Stockton. AT&SF; TS 
RRs. Wineries; alfalfa dehydrating plant; walnut huller, metal products factories. 
Fruit shipped. Agriculture. Grapes, alfalfa, fruit. 

Times + Thursday Independent 1925 6 26 280 2.50 750 

Perry B. Stickles, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 98. 

ESCONDIDO (H10%). pop. 6,544 (special U. S. Census 7-31-56, gives 10,064); San 
Diego Co. (S). 34 m N of San Diego. AT&SF RR. Fruit packing houses. Manu- 
factures cement products, aircraft specialties, wine. Granite quarry. Diversified 
farming. Citrus fruit, poultry, dairying. 

Free-Press -t- Wednesday Ind. Rep 1949 8 24 294 4,575 Free 

Space sold only in combination with Weekly Times-Advocate. 

Eloise D. Perkins, Editor; Speers and McClintock, Publishers, 226 E. Ohio Ave. 

Times- Ad vocate-f Evg. ex. Sun. ..Independent 1912 8 24 298 9.00 6,496 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Times- Advocate 4- Friday Independent 1886 8 24 298 2.00 663 

Fred W. Speers and H. R. McClintock, Editors and Publishers. 

fStudy of 

Herpetologica (no adv.) Irregular {Reptiles & 1936 1 50 92 4.00 $550 

(Amphibians 
Chapman Grant, Editor; Herpetologists League, Publisher, Rt. 1 Box 80. 

EUREKAf (A2%), pop. 23,058 (special U. S. Census 5-2-56, gives 27,951) ; Humboldt 

Co. (NW). On Humboldt Bay, 2 m from ocean, 145 m N of San Francisco. NWP 

RR. Boat connections. Airline, PC. 

Manufactures lumber, woolen goods, redwood fiber products, boilers, awnings, 

mattresses, brick, tile, wine, paint, glass, soda water. Halibut, salmon, crab, 

cod fisheries. Redwood timber. Dairy, truck, stock farms. TV station. Three 

banks; deposits (savings), $96,472,000. 

Humboldt Standard -f Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1872 8 

Humboldt Times -f- Morn. ex. Mon.. Republican 1854 8 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. 

Eureka Newspapers, Inc., Publisher. 
Pacific Logger (offset) Monthly Lumber Indus. ...1953 8 26 140 3.50 3,232 

C. G. Sturm, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 939. Controlled free dist. 2,400 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; (Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. <S> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership le*. 

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23 294 18.00 **14,655 

24 294 18.00**! 1,273 
Sunday circ. **14,131 



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EXETER (F7). pop. 4,078 (special U. S. Census 10-27-55, gives 4,165); Tulare Co. 
^^ (80). 60 m SB of Fresno. SP; AT&SF RRs. Fruit packed and shipped. Diversi- 

fied farming. Oranges, grapes, peaches. 
Sun-f .............. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1901 7 24 278 3.75 1,801 

H" A/Andresen, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 7. 

FAIRFIELDt (C5). pop. 8,118 (special U. S. Census 3-29-57, gives 11,661) ; Solano Co. 
(NWC). 20 m NE of Vallejo. SN; SP RRs. Wineries. Fruit, livestock, poultry. 

Global Ranger -f*. ..................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1945 8 23 294 7,OOO Free 

A civilian enterprise published in the interest of personnel of Travis Air 

Force Base. 
Gibson Publications, Inc., 516 Marin St., Vallejo. 

Solano Republican + ................ Mon.&Thurs... Independent ....... 1855 8 24 287 5.00 3,510 

J. Clifton Toney, Editor and Publisher. 

FAIR OAKS (D5). pop. X8.500; Sacramento Co. (NC). 16 m NE of Sacramento. SP RR. 
Residential. Olives packed. Diversified farming. 



Horseman, The + ..................... Monthly .......... tews? 11 * 194T 8 26 14 2 ' 6 ' 75 

Ray Stone, Editor; California State Horsemen's Assn., Publisher, 
8851 Sunnybrook Lane. 

{Pacemaker ................................ Bi-wkly, Fri... Independent ........ 1939 5 24 232 8.00 
Distributed to personnel at McClellan Air Force Base. 17,000 Free 

San Juan Record + ................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1932 8 24 280 3.00 2,048 
Prints weekly for free distribution: Carmichael Westerner; Citrus Heights 
Bulletin. 
Selden C. Menefee, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 38. 

FALLBROOK (H10), pop. 1,735; San Diego Co. (S). 45 m N of San Diego. AT&SF 
RR. Citrus fruit packed. Diversified farming. Avocados, lemons, strawberries. 
Enterprise-f ............................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1910 8 22 298 3.90 2,412 

Wilbur Mackey, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 397. 

FALL RIVER MILLS (D2V6). pop. X500; Shasta Co. (N). On Fall River, 62 m NE of 
Redding. Railroad station, Bieber. GN ; WP RRs. Dairy, beef cattle, grain farms. 
Inter Mountain News-f ... ..... Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1958 7 23 280 4.00 400 

Darrell V. Davis, Editor and Publisher. 

FERNDALE (A3), pop. 1,032; Humboldt Co. (NW). 20 m SW of Eureka. Pacific Truck- 
ing Lines (motor vehicle). Dairy products manufactured. Dairy, stock, truck, 
poultry farms. 
Enterprise-f ............................. Friday ............. Independent ....... 1878 6 26 280 4.00 L265 

George Waldner, Editor and Publisher. 

FILLMORE (G9), pop. 3,884 (special U. S. Census 4-18-56, gives 4,725) ; Ventura Co. 
(S). 24 m E of Ventura. SP RR. Ships citrus fruit, oil. Oil wells. Agriculture. 
Oranges, lemons, walnuts. 
Herald-f ................................... Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1907 8 24 294 8.00 1,850 

Brice Van Horn, Editor; Hamilton V. B. Riggs, Publisher. 

FIREBAUGH (E6H), pop. 821 (special U. S. Census 7-9-56, gives 1,261); Fresno Co. 
(SW). 40 m W of Fresno. SP RR. Machine shop; fruit and vegetable packing, 
hay processing plants. Agriculture. Citrus fruits, truck crops, cotton, grain. 
Firebaugrh-Mendota Journal -f Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1946 7 23 280 3.50 717 

Mrs. William M. Crowe, Editor; William M. Crowe, Publisher. 

FOLSOM (D5), pop. 1,690 (special U. S. Census 5-18-54, gives 2,206); Sacramento 
Co. (NC). 22 m NE of Sacramento. SP RR. Ships citrus fruit. Winery. Gold 
mines. Fruit, grain, stock farms. 
Telegraph-f- .............................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1856 8 24 283 8.50 1,750 

Frank J. Maloney, Editor; Milton P. Kjer and Oroville Wegat, Publishers. 

FONTANA (E10), pop. x 13,695; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 10 m W of San Bernardino. 
AT&SF; PE RRs. Manufactures steel, ceramics, women's, children's, men's cloth- 
ing, electronics, paper boxes, explosives. Poultry and fruit packing plants; win- 
eries. Diversified farming. Citrus fruits, poultry. 
Bulletin-h ................................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1947 8 23 294 3.00 *2,449 

Space sold only in combination with Bloomington News ; Rialto Record. $9,796 Free 

Harriet Olmos, Editor; Marvin M. Gray, Publisher, P. O. Box 216, Rialto. 
Herald-News-f ........................ Evg. ex. Sun...Independent ....... 1923 8 22 294 14.40 **4,720 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

James B. Conner, Editor; William R. Fitzgerald. Publisher. 

FORT BRAGG (B4), pop. 3,826; Mendocino Co. (NW). On Pacific Ocean, 80 m NW of 
Santa Rosa. CW RR. Boat connections. Nurseries. Fisheries. Redwood, pine, fir 
timber. Manufactures lumber, shoes, candy. Summer resort. Agriculture. Apples, 
lettuce, vegetables. 

Advocate-News -f .................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1887 7 24 280 3.00 3,084 

Robert R. Smith. Editor; W. R. Shanks, Publisher. 

Paul Bunyan News-4- .............. Monday ........... Independent ....... 1946 8 24 294 3.00 3,150 

W. F. Grader, Editor; Ukiah Publishing Co., 430 N. Main St. 

FORTUNA (A3), pop. 1,762 (special U. S. Census 2-16-56, gives 3,217) ; Humboldt Co. 
(NW). 18 m S of Eureka. NWP RR. Lumber mills; foundry; nurseries; cream- 
eries. Sheep and cattle ranches. Dairy farms. 
Humboldt Beacon -f ................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1902 8 24 280 3.50 52,695 

J. Dwight O'Dell, Editor and Publisher. 

Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; (Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
tm, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tParisb Seat. Population 1950 Census. xRaod McNallj 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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FOWLER (F7), pop. 1,857; Fresno Co. (SC). 10 m SE of Fresno. SP RR. Raisin, 
dried fruit, nut packing plants; winery and distillery; farm implement factory. 
Agriculture, especially fruit. 
Ensign -f ................................... Wednesday ..... Independent ....... 1894 5 24 224 3.00 $1,385 

Raymond D. Magill, Editor and Publisher. 

FREMONT (K2% ), pop. - (special U. S. Census 5-22-57, gives 26,788) ; Alameda Co. 
(W). 17 m SE of Oakland. WP RR. Canned goods, steel, furniture, building 
materials manufactured. Ships fruit, vegetables. Agriculture. Tomatoes, apricots, 
cherries, cauliflower. 
News Register + ...................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1888 8 23 280 3.00 3,990 

Circulates also in Alvarado, Decoto, Newark. 

Stuart Nixon, Editor; George H. Oakes, Publisher, 177 Fremont Ave. 

FRESNOt (F7), pop. 91,669 (special U. S. Census 9-23-57, gives 122,944) ; Fresno Co. 
(SC). 189 m SE of San Francisco. AT&SF; SP RRs. Airlines : TWA; UAL. Fresno 
State College. Three TV stations. 

Center of cotton, grape, dried fruit and sweet wine industry; fresh and 
dried fruit packing and processing; vegetable oil mills; stock and poultry 
feed, aircraft, olive oil, metal fabrication, machinery, sashes and doors manu- 
factured. Five banks; savings deposits (6-30-57), $153,610,000. 63,185 (res.) 
electric (AC) meters; 59,442 (res.) gas (nat.) meters; 67,936 (res.) telephones. 
Asbarez-f (Armenian) ........... Tues. & Fri ..... Independent ....... 1912 6 26 280 6.00 

Andre Ohanian, Editor; Hairenik Assn., Inc., Pub., 2229 Ventura Ave. (12). 
~ . JEvg. ex. Sun.-,^^ nf 1922 8 22 303 24.00**100,273 

Bee + ........................................ {Sun. Morn. Independent ....... Sunday circ.**l 17,756 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Walter P. Jones, Editor; McClatchy Newspapers, Publisher (22). 

Bulletin of the Fresno ITLT/V^UI.* itr^^t^^i 10^0 o oa tin i nn 

County Medical Society....} Monthly .......... Medical .............. 1949 2 28 110 1.00 

J. A. Logan, M.D., Editor ; Fresno County Medical Society, Publisher, 
616 Security Bank Bldg. (21). 



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!. U . b .^!!! a .!! }Monthly .......... Women's Club... 1920 3 27 140 1.00 22,500 

Not issued during July, August and September. 

Mrs. Frederick G. Albright, Ed. ; Calif. Federation of Women's Clubs, Publisher, 
837 Glenn Ave. 

Central California Regis ter + .. Friday ............. Catholic .............. 1924 8 23 294 4.00 *15,193 

Excelsior (Spanish) -f ........... Sunday ............ Catholic ............. 1949 5 23 208 2.00 $5,711 

Rev. Francis L. Markey, Editor; Catholic Press Society, Diocese of Monterey- 
Fresno. Publisher, 1315 Van Ness Ave., P. O. Box 1126. 

Collegian V-f ........................... { Friday^***' Colle * iate ........... 1821 6 24 28 2 ' 50 3 ' 250 

Students of Fresno State College, Editors and Publishers (4). 

T 2e 28 38 - 64s 

N. A. Webster, Editor; M. S. Webster Sons, Publishers, 2238 Fresno St. (21). 

Guide-f ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1932 8 24 280 $67,000 

W. E. Spaulding, Gen'l Mgr.; Fresno Guide, Publisher, 1963 "H" St. 

Mushag-f (Armenian) ........... Wednesday ..... Independent ....... 1920 6 26 280 3.00 - 

Levon Lulejian, Editor; Mushag Publishing Co., 20?.5 Tulare St. 

Nor Or (Armenian) ................. Tues. & Fri....Independent ........ 1925 6 26 280 7.00 tl,200 

B. P. Jian. Editor; Nor Or Publishing Co., 1929 Santa Clara St. 

Valley Labor Citizen* ........... Friday ............. Labor ................. 1904 5 24 224 3.00 9,100 

Fresno Building Trades Council and Fresno Central Labor Council, Publishers, 
479 N. Fresno St. 

FULLERTON (Dll), pop. 13,958 (special U. S. Census 10-1-57, gives 49,272) ; Orange 
Co. (S). 11 m NW of Santa Ana. AT&SF; UP: PE RRs. 

Manufactures canned fruit juices, vegetables, preserves, swim suits, gas 
meters, auto bumpers, musical instruments, business forms, aircraft parts, 
paper products, television tubes. Citrus fruits, walnuts packed. Oil wells. Fruit, 
truck farms. Oranges, lemons. Six banks; bank clearings (5-31-57), $58,221,713; 
deposits (6-30-56), $35,000,000. 14,665 electric meters; 13,006 gas meters; 
14,280 telephones. 
News-Tribune -f ....................... Evg. ex. Sun...Independent ....... 1891 8 22 310 15.00 **13,046 

Color advertising accepted. 

Prints Northern Orange County Thrift Guide weekly on Thursday for free dis- 

tribution. Circ. $30,800. 
E. F. Elf strom, Editor; Fullerton Publishing Company. 

GALT (D5), pop. 1.338 (special U. S. Census 11-1-54. gives 1,549); Sacramento Co. 
(NC). 26 m S of Sacramento. SP RR. Condensed milk factory; winery; seed mill; 
Dairy, stock, poultry farms. Grain, Ladino clover. 
Herald -f .................................. .Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1901 7 24 280 8.50 1,260 

Henry R. Tweith, Editor and Publisher, P. O, Box 807. 

GARBERVILLE (B8%), pop, 4,045; Humboldt Co. (NW). 75 m S of Eureka. Railroad. 
South Fork. NWP RR. Resort. Manufactures redwood novelties. Timber. Agri- 
culture. Cattle, sheep. 
Redwood Record + ................... Thursday ........ Ind. Rep ............. 1935 7 24 .808 8.00 1,325 

Warren B. and Zella Wright, Editors and Publishers. 

Circulation ft>*Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; e>A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; J Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCotmty teat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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GARDENA (Oil), pop. 14,405 (special U. S. Census 9-12-57, gives 30,576); Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 15 m S of Los Angeles. PE RR. Poultrymen's equipment, drugs, 
feed, furniture, bricks, soap, glass, aircraft parts, chemicals, oil tools, paper, 
plastic products manufactured. Agriculture. Strawberries, corn, vegetables. 

Gardena Valley News + Thurs.&Sun... Independent 1904 8 23 294 7.00VAC7,033 

Prints edition for Imperial, Hollypark called Imperial-Hollypark News. VAC 10,987 Free 
Ray F. Benjamin, Editor; William J. Hunt and Don G. Algie, Publishers, 
P. O. Box 312. 

Tribune-f Thursday Independent 1947 8 23 294 3.00 8,560 

Tom Parks, Editor; Mark Ferris, Publisher, P. O. Box 369. 10,610 Free 



8 24 294 3.00 3,400 
11,410 Free 

22 301 18.00 **1S,5S8 
Sunday circ.**15,702 



GARDEN GROVE (Dll), pop. 3,762 (special U. S. Census 5-17-57, gives 58,380); 
Orange Co. (S). 6 m NW of Santa Ana. PE RR. Residential. Citrus fruit, walnuts, 
beans packed. Chili products manufactured. Agriculture. Oranges, walnuts, chili 
peppers, beans. 

Free Press -4- Thursday Independent 1953 

Paul Chappie, Editor; Ben Reddick, Publisher, P. O, Box 127. 
(Evg. ex. Sat. iqftq 

News-h \& Sun., Independent iyuj 

(Sun. Morn. 
Color advertising accepted. 

Prints News Advertiser Shopper weekly for free distribution. Circ., 82,000. 
Angus M. Tierney, Publisher, 13261 Century Blvd. 

GARVEY See San Gabriel Advertiser Publications. 

GERBER (C3%). pop. X600; Tehama Co. (N). 40 m S of Redding. SP RR. Bank, Red 
Bluff. Hatcheries; slaughterhouse. Agriculture. Livestock, grain, fruit. 

Tehama County Reporter Thursday Independent 1952 7 24 280 2.50 856 

Claude C. Gordon, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 102. 350 Free 

GEYSERVILLE (C5), pop. X225; Sonoma Co. (NW). 23 m N of Santa Rosa. NWP 
RR. Wineries. Fruit packed. Fruit farms. Prunes, grapes, apples. 

Press-f Friday Independent 1932 7 24 280 2.00 200 

Gilbert F. Dewart, Editor and Publisher. 

GILROY (D6^), pop. 4,951 (special U. S. Census 1-30-56, gives 6,019); Santa Clara 
Co. (W). 29 m S of San Jose. SP RR. Fruit drying, fruit and vegetable canning; 
wineries; bottling works; road scraper factory; nurseries. Agriculture. Prunes, 
apricots, tomatoes. 

Dispatch + (5 v <' ex> Sat " Independent 1925 8 22 287 11.00 2,731 

I ot oun. 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

George R. Kane, Editor; Gilroy Dispatch Publishing Co. 

GLENDALE (G9%), pop. 95,702 (special U. S. Census 10-22-57, gives 114,460); Los 

Angeles Co. (S). 7 m N of Los Angeles. UP; PE; SP RRs. 

Manufactures airplanes and parts, aircraft engines, parachutes, lubricating 

oils, cameras, glass, dairy, clay and plastic products, Pharmaceuticals, shirts, 

display signs, cleaning compounds, beverages, optical instruments. Six banks ; 

deposits (6-30-58), $154,517,043. 50,895 electric (AC) meters; 44,400 gas (nat.) 

meters; 65,580 telephones. 
California Bowling News -f- Friday Bowlers 1940 5 23 216 3.00 $12,486 

Printed in two editions: Northern California-San Francisco Ed., Southern Cali- 
fornia-Los Angeles Ed. 

Art Parra, Editor; J. L. Dudley, Eddie Edwards, Publishers, 
3236 N. Verdugo Rd. (8). 



Chirogram (offset) Monthly Chiropractic 1938 Controlled fr^di'st! 



George H. Haynes, Editor; Los Angeles Coll. of Chiropractic, 
Publisher, 920 E. Broadway (5). 



480 
8,000 



Equipment and Materials } Monthly .......... I 

Reporter .............................. * (Wes 



40 218 

Controlled circ. >16,519 



1942 8 

stern Indus. 
M. G. Hauser, Editor; Service Publications, 308 N. Verdugo Rd. 

Independent -h Thurs. & Sun..Independent 1949 8 23 2 *y ^a^&^Free 

Katherine V. Sinks, Editor; L. Boyd Sanders, Publisher, 112 S. Maryland Ave'. 
Kennel Review Monthly Dogi 1898 8 28 138 2.00 

H. G. Keath, Editor; Kennel Review Publishing Co., P. O. Box 225 (5). 
News-Press-f Evg. ex. Sun...Republican 1905 8 23 294 18.00**21,2S8 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Carroll W. Parcher, Editor and Publisher, 111 N. Isabel St. 

Pacific Electronics Monthly Electronics 1956 Controlled 1 free dist. 

Prof. Ellis F. King, Editor; E. J. Courtney, Jr., Publisher, 725 E. Broadway (5).' 

^Lbor^N^s.y!!!!!^ [Monthly Labor 1935 5 24 224 8.00 

Winnifre^K Hill, Editor ; Paul E. Weaver, Publisher, 1414 2nd St., Santa Monica. 

Science Fiction Advertiser Bi-monthly Science Fiction.. 1946 2 82 105 .76 

Roy A. Squires, Editor and Publisher, 1745 Kenneth Road (1). 

26,500 
4,800 



*7,500 



Jack Kneass, Editor; Griffin Publications, P. O. Box 1661. 



ClreuUtkm **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June nd March A.B.C. Statement!; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPubliiher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uaei Matt. Nonpareil 
ma. 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallr 
estimate. V Issued only daring academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fat 

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GLENDORA (D10), pop. 3,988 (special U. S. Census 5-15.57, gives 15,083); Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 12 m NW of Pomona. PE; AT&SF RRs. Manufactures irrigation 
and packing house equipment, sprinklers. Citrus fruit packed. Nurseries. Fruit 
farms. Oranges, lemons. 

Northeast Valley News + Thursday Independent 1955 8 22 301 

Circulates also in San Dimas. VAC 1,280 Free 

San Gabriel Valley Newspapers, Inc., Publisher, P. O. Box 1228, 
Fleetwood Annex, Covina. 

Press + Mon. & Thurs.Jndependent 1904 8 22 294 4.50 3,550 

Joe Stevenson, Editor; Bert Stolpe, Publisher, 215 N. Michigan Ave. 
San Gabriel Valley Tribune See Covina. 

GOLETA (F9), pop. X880; Santa Barbara Co. (SW). 5 m W of Santa Barbara. SP RR. 
Electronic instruments, electric generators, motors, transformers manufac- 
tured. Ships lemons, vegetables. 

Goleta Valley Times + Thursday Independent 1949 8 24 294 3.00 853 

Mark H. Edwards, Editor and Publisher, 5848 Hollister Ave. % 1,0 00 Free 

GONZALES (D7). pop. 1,821; Monterey Co. (W). 17 m S of Salinas. SP RR. Concrete 
pipe works. Vegetables packed; seeds processed. Diversified farming. Lettuce, 
carrots, beans. 

Tribune-f Thursday Republican 1891 8 24 280 3.00 856 

Warren C. Coffey, Editor and Publisher. 

GRANADA HILLS (BIO), pop. (branch of San Fernando P. O.) ; Los Angeles 

Co. (S). 20 m NW of Los Angeles. Bank and railroad station, San Fernando. 
SP; PE RRs. Agriculture. Citrus fruits. 

News-Tribune + Wednesday Republican 1956 8 22 294 jio%0 Free 

Autumn Olinger, Editor; T. Lawrence Olinger, Publisher, 10730 White Oaks Ave. 
Outlook-f Sunday Independent 1948 8 24 287 7.50 

Space sold only in combination with Post of Pacoima; Sun- Combined circ. 16,100 

Reporter of San Fernando. 18,400 Free 

Bea Lamb, Editor; Mission Publications, Inc., P. O. Box 110, San Fernando. 
GRASS VALLEY (D4%), pop. 5,283; Nevada Co. (NE). 50 m NE of Sacramento. 

Railroad station, Colfax. SP RR. Saw, planing mills ; sheet metal works ; foundries. 

Fruit shipped. Timber. Agriculture. Pears, apples, plums, dairying. 
Nevada County Nugget See Nevada City. 
Union-f Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1864 8 24 29412.00 4,090 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

R T. Ingram, Editor; Union Publishing Company, 151 Mill St. 
GREENFIELD (D7), pop. 1,309 (special U. S. Census 9-19-55, gives 1,482) ; Monterey 

Co. ( W). 86 m S of Salinas. Railroad station, Soledad. SP RR. Agriculture. Beans, 

diary products, fruit. 
News-f Thursday Independent 1936 8 24 280 3.00 996 

I. A. Coffey, Editor and Publisher. 

GREENVILLE (E3%), pop. 1,153; Plumas Co. (NE). 110 m NE of Sacramento. WP 
RR. Pencil slats, box shooks, lumber manufactured. Summer resort. Timber. 
Agriculture. Hay, grain, cattle. 

Record-f Thursday Independent 1930 6 24 266 3.00 849 

Tom Camfield, Editor and Publisher. 

GRIDLEY (D4), pop. 3,054; Butte Co. (N). 70 m N of Sacramento. SP RR. Creamery; 
cannery; fruit dryer; feed mill. Diversified farming. Poultry, seeds, livestock. 

Herald-f Tues.&Fri Ind. Rep 1880 8 24 276 4.00 1,538 

C. R. Burleson, Editor; C. R. Burleson and Alvie D. McDaniel, Publishers. 

GRIFFITH PARK See Los Angeles. Griffith Park News. 

GROVER CITY (E8%), pop. X3,000; San Luis Obispo Co. (SW). 10 m S of San Luis 
Obispo. SP RR. Bank, Arroyo Grande. Nursery. Agriculture. Peas, beans, lettuce. 

Press 4- Thursday Independent 1955 8 23 294 2.50 1,345 

Sim Steinberger, Editor; William Metz, Publisher. 

GUERNEVILLE (B5), pop. X473; Sonoma Co. (NW). On Russian River, 19 m NW 
of Santa Rosa, nearest railroad station. NWP; P&SR RRs. Boat works; lumber 
mill. Summer resort. Redwood timber ; quicksilver mines. 

Times -f Friday Independent 1904 7 24 280 3.00 1,120 

Dorothy Dickinson, Editor; Harlan H. Hoyt and Elmer O. Carlson, Publishers. 

GUSTINE (E6), pop. 1,984; Merced Co. (C). 30 m S of Modesto. SP RR. Condensed 
milk, butter, feed manufactured. Agriculture. Alfalfa, grain, walnuts, tomatoes. 

StandardH- Thursday Independent 1910 7 24 273 3.00 1,130 

Louis E. Schmoll, Editor; Mrs. R. S. Woodruff, Publisher. 

HALF MOON BAY (J3), pop. 1,168; San Mateo Co. (W). 24 m SW of San Francisco. 
Railroad station, San Mateo SP RR. Fruit, vegetables packed; fish canneries. 
Nurseries. Resort. Agriculture. 

Half Moon Bay Review andl Thur8day Republican 1898 6 26 273 2.60 1,386 

Pescadero Pebble-h l 

Albert A. Dunn, Editor and Publisher. 

HANFORD (F7), pop. 10,028; Kings Co. <SC). 33 m S of Fresno. SP; AT&SF RRs. 
Airport. Milk condensery; oil refinery; flour, planing mills; canned and dried 
fruit meat poultry, cold storage packing plants; granite, bottling works; 
concrete pipe, brush factories. Oil wells. Agriculture. Dairying, cotton, grain. 

Sentinel-f Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1886 8 23 29718.00 7,024 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
Scripps League of Newspapers, Publisher. 

Chxulatlon **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *Junc and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C Audit: >BPA Audit; 
IPO Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Lifht face, estimated. +Uses Mats. $ Nonpareil 
rat,' 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. XRand McNally 
estimate. VIued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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HAWTHORNE (C10H), pop. 16,816 (special U. S. Census 11-20.57, gives 81,504) ; Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 8 m S of Ingle wood. PE RR. Manufactures airplanes, aircraft 
radios, electric lamps, shades, sashes, doors. Nurseries. Oil wells. Truck farms. 

^BaSr^*.!.!?. .......... }*"** ........ independent ....... " 2 " "i^OOO-Free 

Wallace A. Searer, Mgn. Editor; Centinela Publishing Co., 112 Plaza Square. 

PressH- ..................................... Thurs. & Sun.Jndependent ....... 1929 8 22 294 22,500 Free 

L. W. Whitebrook, Editor; D. W. Whitebrook, Publisher, 370 N. Hawthorne Blvd. 

HAYWARD (K2), pop. 14,272 (special U. 8. Census 2-21-57, gives 54,789); Alameda 
Co. (W). 22 m SB of San Francisco. WP; SP RRs. Manufactures motor coaches, 
canned fruit and vegetables, road equipment, stock feeds, pickles. Hatcheries; 
nurseries ; wineries. Diversified farming. Poultry, fruit, vegetables. 
Review-f .................................. Evg. ex. Sun...Independent ....... 1891 8 22 2SO 15.60**20,116 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Prints Shopping News on Thursday for free distribution. Circ. 89,158, 

George Lower, Editor; Daily Review, Inc., Publisher, 1250 Winston Ave. 

HEALDSBURG <C5), pop. 8,258; Sonoma Co. (NW). On Russian River, 65 m N of 
San Francisco. NWP RR. Wineries; fruit canning and drying; machine shops; 
redwood fabrication, concrete pipe, die casting plants. Agriculture. Prunes, 
grapes, apples, hogs. 

^c"mltS^!?^?*.!.!!!l* JThursday ........ Independent ....... 1865 7 24 276 8.00 3,114 

Arnold L. Santucci, Editor and Publisher. 

HEMET (J9%), pop 8,386 (special U. S. Census 11-22-55, gives 4,235) ; Riverside Co. 
(SE). 75 m SE of Los Angeles. AT&SF RR. Fruit and vegetable cannery; walnut, 
orange packing plants; beet seed, alfalfa seed cleaning plants; hatcheries; 
nursery. Agriculture. Oranges, apricots, peaches. 
News-f ..................................... Tues.&Thurs..Ind. Dem ............ 1893 8 24 294 6.00 S&.340 

H. D. King, Editor and Publisher. 
HERLONG (E8%), pop. X900; Lassen Co. (NE). PO m NW of Reno, Nev. WP; SP 

RRs. Bank, Susanville. Stock, dairy, grain farms. 
Challenge, The ......................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1943 5 24 196 2.50 

A civilian enterprise published in the interest of perronnel 1,900 Free 

of Sierra Ordnance Depot. 
Lucella Sutton, Editor; Western Printing and Publishing Co., 2 07- 18th St., 

Spark, Nevada. 

HERMOSA BEACH (Bll), pop. 11,826 (special U. S. Census 11-23-55, gives 15,274); 
Los Angeles Co. (S). 20 m SW of Los Angeles. AT&SF RR. Manufactures dye 
and print textiles, clay products, beverages, aircraft parts. Summer resort. 
Oil wells. Residential. 

(Review 4- .................................. Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1908 8 24 283 2.60 $2,352 
South Bay Shopping News -f.-Thursday ........ Shopping ............ 1948 8 23 294 31,000 Free 
Tide-f- ..................................... ..Sunday ............ Independent ....... 1954 5 24 215 2.50 2,780 
Circulates also in Manhattan Beach. 
David Dessau, Publisher, 38 14th St. 

HIGHLAND (E10) pop. 10,667 (special U. S. Census 10-28-54, gives 9,017) ; San Ber- 
nardino Co. (SE). 5 m NE of San Bernardino. AT&SF RR. Iron, bottling works; 
machine shop; citrus fruits packed and shipped. Fruit farms. 
Messenger-f ............................. Friday ............. Independent ....... 1892 8 24 308 3.00 1,583 

Harry D. Schultz, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 7 

HOLLISTERf (D6%), pop. 4,903 (special U. S. Census 8-26-57, givee 6,017); San 
Benito Co. (W). 90 m S of San Francisco. SP RR. Mining. Fruit and vegetable 
canneries and packing houses ; winery ; meat packing plant. Fruit, truck, stock 
farms. 

Advance-f- ................................ Friday ............. Democratic ........ 1872 8 24 287 8.00 5876 

Alta L. Williams, Editor and Publisher. 

FreeLanceH- ............................ n** ^^ ^publican ......... 1873 8 23 287 7.50 8,024 



Comic strip advertising accepted. 

Alan Pugh. Editor; Millard Hoyle, Jr., Publisher. 

HOLLYPARK Imperlal-Hollypark NewsSee Gardena. 

HOLLYWOOD (CIO), station of Los Angeles P. O., pop. - ; Los Angeles Co. (S). 
PE RR. A residential suburb, northwest of and part of Los Angeles. Center of 
motion picture industry. Pacific coast headquarters of four national radio broad- 
casting networks. Busy retail commercial center, second only to downtown Los 
Angeles business district. 
Advertiser See Citizen-News. 
American Bard, The ................ Quarterly ........ Poetry ................ 1918 2 17 100 3.00 $744 

Edythe H. Genee, Editor and Publisher, 1154 N. Ogden Dr. (46). 
American Cinematographer....Monthly .......... Mot.Pict.Photo..l921 3 28 140 x4.00 7,365 

Arthur E. Gavin, Editor; American Society of Cinematographers, Inc., Pub., 

1782 N. Orange Drive. 
Canyon Crier. The + ............... {B&J& Independent ...... " " " V 3 169^U 

Richard Sharpe, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 1107 (28). 
Citizen-News -f ........................ Evg. ex. Sun...Independent ....... 1905 8 23 301 16.00 *36,360 

Color advertising accepted. Prints The Advertiser on Thursday and Sunday for 
free distribution. Published in two editions: Hollywood and Valley. Circ., 
288,960. 

Harlan G. Palmer, Jr., and Ralph Palmer, Editors and Publishers, 
_ 1545 N. Wilcox Ave. (28). 

Circulation **Sept. A B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
em, 12 to Inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCotmty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fe. 

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HOLLYWOOD (Continued) Estab Cols Width V Depth Sub Circ 

Daily Variety* ....................... {aSS"* 8 '*' (Stew? *"" 1983 4 24 147 16 ' 00 8 ' 12S 

Joe Schoenfeld, Editor; Daily Variety, Ltd., Publisher, 6404 Sunset Blvd. (28). 

MU^A ~A A v w.w TU*M V (Audio-Visual 1945 3 27 140 4.00 |7,800 

Film World and A-V World....Monthly ......... ] industry Controlled free dist. *5,200 

Stan Malotte, Editor; Ver Halen Pub. Co., 6327 Santa Monica Blvd. (38). 
Greek Theatre Magazine See Playgoer Group. 
Hollywood Bowl Magazine See Playgoer Group. 

Hollywood Reporter ................ {^ g r u n n ex<Sat - Film News ......... 1980 4 24 148 15.00 7,850 

Don Carle Gillette, Editor; W. R. Wilkerson, Publisher, 6715 Sunset Blvd. (28). 

Home Movies ........................... Monthly .......... {Amat.*Photog. 1934 8 2T 14 4 ' 00 25 480 

Henry Provisor, Editor; Ver Halen Pub. Co., 6327 Santa Monica Blvd. (38). 

Hotel Inde * .............................. Quarterly ........ Travel Info ........ 1938 2 



. VAC 6 , 061 

Claire Budd Netz, Editor; Elwood M. Ingledue, Pub., 5850 Hollywood Blvd. (28). 
Music Magazine See Playgoer Group. 

Playgoer Group of Los Angeles Published by John F. Huber Publishing Co., Inc., 
1149 N. McCadden Place (38). 

* Advertising for these publications may be bought in combination. Comprised of : 
*Greek Theatre Magazine ............................... Theatre .............. 1953 2 29 105 

Issued for each production during the season. Minimum printing is for two weeks. 
Season is from eight to ten weeks during June, July, August. $0.25 per copy. 
Circ. 1 18,000 per week. 

^Hollywood Bowl Magazine....Tuesday .......... {^ntertalnm't 1922 2 29 105 

Published during July, August and September. $0.26 per copy. Circ. $ 2 1,000. 

* Music. Mno-ftrinA Mnnthlv /Musical 1947 2 29 110 

'Music Magazine ..................... Monthly .......... | Entertainm't Controlled free dist. *12,500 

Published from October through April. 
.PUyoer. ........................ Monday ........... {M^e" " 10 C^oVdHL diat. t35,000 

.Symphony Marine ............. Thursday ........ {S' inm 't 1918 cL^Ued"^ dist. (6.000 

Published for 18 weeks during Jan., Feb., March, April, Nov. and Dec. 
Playgoer, The See Playgoer Group. 
Symphony Magazine See Playgoer Group. 

T^ftchin* Tnnlax/ n,,^v.i w [Educat. 1951 3 27 140 2.00 32,000 

Teaching Tools V ..................... Quarterly ........ \ Techniques Controlled f ree dist. 4,000 

James D. Finn. Editor; Ver Halen Pub. Co., 6327 Santa Monica Blvd. (38). 

Telefilm Mac-arino MtM v ( TV Film 2 40 143 4 - * 491 

lelefllm Magazine ................... Monthly ......... } Advertising Controlled free dist. J7.799 

Al Preiss, Editor and Publisher, 1580 Cross Roads of the World (28). 
TV Guide See Radnor, Pa., Central California Edition, circ. *10,022. 
TV Guide See Radnor, Pa., Southern California Edition, circ., *362,885. 
Western Family ...................... Monthly .......... Family Int ......... 1941 3 27 140 1,258,917 

Distributed by independent grocery stores. 

J. D. Tasker, Publisher, 1300 N. Wilton Place (28). 

West Holly wood Tribune + ... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 193 8 23 297 

Jack Gotch, Editor; David B. Heyler, Publisher, 427 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills'. 
HOLLYWOOD RIVIERA See Palos Verdes Estates. 

HOLTVILLE (K10%), pop. 2,472 (special U. S. Census 3-24-54, gives 3,297) ; Imperial 
Co. (S). 10 m E of El Centro. HIU RR. Vegetable packing and shipping. Diver- 
sified farming. Lettuce, carrots, hay. 
Tribune-f- ................................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1905 8 24 308 4.00 1,195 

Alton Duke and Elaine Duke, Editors and Publishers. 

HUGHSON (D6), pop. 1,816; Stanislaus Co. (C). 10 m E of Modesto. AT&SF RR. 
Dairy products manufactured. Diversified farming. Peaches, apricots, grapes. 
Chronicle-f- .............................. Friday ............. Independent ...... 1943 5 24 224 2.50 515 

Robert P. Frantz, Editor; Stanislaus Publishing Co., 912 13th St., Modesto. 

HUNTINGTON BEACH (Cll%), pop. 5,287 (special U. S. Census 8-29-57, gives 
9,986) ; Orange Co. (S). 12 m SW of Santa Ana. PE RR. Manufactures oil well 
equipment, brooms, tile. Oil refineries. Oil wells. Agriculture. Lima beans, sugar 
beets, truck crops. 
News-f ..................................... Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1904 8 24 280 3.00 2,950 

J. S. Farquhar, Editor and Publisher. 

HUNTINGTON PARK (C10%), pop. 29,450 (special U. S. Census 6-11-58, gives 
29,495) ; Los Angeles Co. (S). 4 m SE of Los Angeles. AT&SF; PE; SP; UP RRs. 
Manufactures steel castings, gas radiators, oil well tools, pumps, fire brick. 
paint, varnish, vegetable concentrates, foundry, metal cooperage products, furni- 
ture, cotton uniforms. Five banks; bank deposits (1956), $80,000,000. 78,798 
electric meters; 61,309 gas meters; 101,750 telephones. 
Bulletin + ................................ .Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1934 8 23 294 6.00 300 

John Willicotter, Editor; Bulletin Publishing Co., 3062 East Florence. 13,500 Free 

Signal4- ............................. i ..... Evg. ex. Sun...Independent ....... 1904 8 22 294 15.00**24,667 

Color advertising accepted. 

Prints Shopper on Thursday for free distribution. Circ. $25,000. 

Thomas J. Goff, Editor; Le Roy Sanders. Publisher, 6414 Rugby Ave. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
8P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. ^Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to Inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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EsUb Col$^ Width? Depth Sub Circ 

HURON (E7H). POP_.__ 73, (specialities. J>nsus 12-4-68, gives ,1,878). .Fresno. Co. 
'SW). <~~ * ~~ ~~ ~"~ "* "" 



(SW). 40 m SW of Fresno. SP RR. Bank, Lemore. Fruit and vegetable packing 
and shipping. Fruit, truck, poultry, dairy farms. 

Bulletin Friday Independent 1946 8 24 816 2.60 

Moton Holt, Jr., Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 616. 

IMPERIAL (K10%), pop. 1,769; Imperial Co. (S). 4 m N of 1 Centro, nearest bank. 
SP RR. Meat and vegetable packing plants; rice mill. Diversified farming. 
Vegetables, grain, melons. 

Hometown Review-^ Thursday Independent 1953 8 24 294 3.00 150 

Annette E. Brown, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 428. 
Imperial-Hollypark News See Gardens. 
Momingrside-Imperial News-Advertiser See Los Angeles. 
IMPERIAL BEACH Bay Cities Press See San Ysidro. 

INDEPENDENCEf (G6%), pop. X876; Inyo Co. (SE). 230 m N of Los Angeles. Pacific 
Trucking Lines (motor vehicle). Bank, Lone Pine. Gold, salt, lead, mercury 
mines. Agriculture. 

Inyo Independent Friday Independent 1870 8 24 280 3.60 588 

Space sold only in combination with Owens Valley Progress-Citizen of Lone Pine. 
Earl Murphy, Editor; Todd Watkins, Publisher, N. Edwards St. 

INDIO (J10), pop. 5,800 (special U. S. Census 10-15-55, gives 7,830); Riverside Co. 

(SE). 69 m SE of Redlands. SP RR. Date, grapefruit, vegetable packing. Truck, 

fruit farms. Dates, grapes, cotton, cattle. 

f Date Palm, The -f- Thursday Independent 1912 8 24 287 4.50 4,173 

1 News-f- Tuesday Independent 1926 8 24 287 4.50 4,029 

I Ole J. Nordland. Editor; Coachella Valley Publishing Co. 

INGLEWOOD (C10%), pop. 46,185 (special U. S. Census 11-7-57, gives 61,001); 
Los Angeles Co. (S). 10 m S of Los Angeles. AT&SF; PE RRs. Airport. 

Manufactures airplanes, furniture, pottery, plastics, oil. Nurseries. Residen- 
tial. Truck, poultry, dairy farms. Six banks. 24,091 electric (AC) meters; 22,000 
gas meters; 41,695 telephones. 

Citizen-f .Thursday Independent 1928 8 23 294 5.00 

Frank Palm. Publisher, 125 N. La Brea Ave. VAC 42,970 Free 

Morningside-Imperial News-Advertiser See Los Angeles. 

News4- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1901 8 23 297 10.80 11,542 

Color advertising accepted. 

Edwin W. Dean, Editor and Publisher. 

1954 8 24 294 3.00 VAC 5,224 

News-Advertiser Thurs. & Sun. .Independent VAC 11,102 Free 

Sunday circ.VAC 8,591 Free 

See also Rodgers & McDonald News-Advertiser Group of Los Angeles. 
Norman A. Moore, Publisher, 2621 W. 54th St., Los Angeles (43). 

IONE (C9), pop. 1,071; Amador Co. (EC). 38 m SE of Sacramento. SP RR. Clay pits. 
Agriculture. Cattle, truck crops. 

Amador Progress-News -|- Thursday Independent 1945 7 24 280 2.50 1,893 

Richard P. Harris, Editor and Publisher. 

ISLETON (D5%), pop. 1,597; Sacramento Co. (NC). On Sacramento River, 30 m S of 
Sacramento. SP RR. Boat connections. Fruit, asparagus packed. Fruit, truck 
farms. Asparagus, pears, tomatoes, sugar beets. 

Journal-f Friday Republican 1922 7 24 280 3.00 543 

Roy Herburger, Editor; Paul A. West, Publisher. 

JACKSONf (E5), pop. 1,879; Amador Co. (EC). 40 m SE of Sacramento. Pacific Truck- 
ing Lines (motor vehicle). Creamery; winery; saw, planing mills; bottling 
works. Gold mines; marble quarries; clay pits. Sugar pine timber. Truck, stock, 
poultry farms. 

Amador Dispatch -f- Friday Democratic 1858 7 24 280 2.60 $1,672 

Betty Read Curilich, Editor and Publisher. 

Al Sicord 1 + direr . and Amad0r } Thur8day Republican 1855 7 24 280 2.50 1,707 

Ambrose Garbarini, Editor; Amador Ledger and Amador Record, Publisher, 
P. O. Box 667. 

JOSHUA TREE (J9V4). pop. X500; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 46 m NE of Banning. 
Nearest railroad station, Palm Springs. SP RR. Western entrance to Joshua Tree 
National Monument. Tourist and health resort. 

Desert Journal -h Thursday Independent 1946 7 23 287 3.50 Jl,600 

Prints editions for: News of Morongro Valley, circ., J220; News of Twentynine 

Palms, circ., $450; Progress of Yucca Valley, circ., J450. 

G. B. Gholson, Editor; Desert Journal Publishing Co., P. O. Box 427. 

KERMAN (E7), pop. 1,563; Fresno Co. (SC). 15 m W of Fresno. SP RR. Alfalfa mill; 

tallow works ; slaughter house ; cotton gins : raisins packed. Agriculture. Grapes, 

cotton, rice, alfalfa, cattle. 
News-f- Thursday Independent 1906 7 24 280 8.00 $1,156 

Tom McNamara, Editor; W. M. Crowe, Publisher. 
West Side Advance-f Thursday Independent 1919 7 23 280 8.50 734 

Tom McNamara, Editor; Wm. M. Crowe, Publisher. 

KING CITY (D7%), pop. 2,847 (special U. S. Census 4-28-53, gives 2.576) ; Monterey 
Co. (W). 48 m SE of Salinas. SP RR. Wax, cement pipe factories; carrots and 
tomatoes packed. Agriculture. Tomatoes, carrots, lettuce, potatoes. 
Rustler-Herald + Thursday Independent 1901 8 24 801 4.00 2,350 

Norman Nuck, Editor; Harry F. Casey and Ruth Steglich, Publishers. 

Circulation **Sept. AB.C. Statement; *Jtine and Match A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPubliaher'a Report; Light face, estimated. +Use Mats. 4> Nonpareil 
ens, 12 to inch. Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCoanty teat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. VI"tied only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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Estab Cols0 Width? Depth Sub Cire 

KINGSBURG (F7) t pop. 2,810; Fresno Co. (SC). 20 m SE of Fresno. SP RR. Cotton 
gins; cottonseed oil mill; wineries; raisin drying; fruit cannery. Fruit, dairy, 
poultry farms. Grapes, cotton, peaches. 

Recorder-h Thursday Independent 1904 7 24 280 3.50 {1,530 

Edwin E. Jacobs, Jr., Editor and Publisher. 

LA CANADA (CIO), pop. X 12,300; Los Angeles Co. (S). 6 m NW of Pasadena, nearest 
railroad station. SP; UP; AT&SF RRs. Residential. 

Valley Sun-f Thursday Independent 1946 4 24 154 3.00 82,525 

Joseph L. Du Plain, Editor and Publisher. 

LAFAYETTE (Kl%), pop. X9.000; Contra Costa Co. (W). 10 m NE of Berkley. SN 
(elec.) RR. Residential. Agriculture. Walnuts, pears, horses. 

Sun + Friday Independent 1936 8 23 294 3.75 3,148 

Prints Sun Shopping News for free distribution. 

Herman Silverman, Editor and Publisher, 1000 Orchard Rd. 

LAGUNA BEACH (H10), pop. 6,661 (special U. S. Census 9-20-55, gives 7,861) ; Orange 

Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean, 18 m SW of Santa Ana. Railroad station, Irvine. 

AT&SF RR. Airline, BAL; Pottery, brass novelties manufactured. Summer and 

winter resort. Fruit, truck farms. Oranges, avocados. 
Post 4- Thursday Independent 1939 8 24 294 2.50 4,391 

Bud Desenberg, Editor; B. N. Desenberg and John Weld, Pubs., 336 Ocean Ave. 
South Coast News -f Tues. & Fri Republican 1915 8 24 294 4.00 $3,964 

Prints Laguna Beach Shopper on Wednesday for free distribution. 

W. W. Ottaway, Editor and Publisher, 307 Forest Ave. 

LA HABRA (D10%). pop. 4,961 (special U. S. Census 4-1-58, gives 17,827) ; Orange 
Co. (S). 19 m SE of Los Angeles. UP; PE RRs. Citrus fruit packing. Agriculture. 
Avocados, oranges, lemons. 

Star-f Wed. & Fri.. ..Independent 1917 8 22 294 5.40 3,550 

Jim Morad, Editor; Earl G. Parsons, Publisher, 213 E. Central Ave. 

LA JOLLA (HID, pop. ; San Diego Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean, 15 m NW of 

San Diego, nearest railroad station. AT&SF; SD&AE RRs. Residential. Winter 
and summer resort. University of California at La Jolla. 

Journal-f Thursday Independent 1912 7 24 280 3.00 2,481 

Sterling Hall, Editor; Will Shaw, Publisher, P. O. Box 32. 

Light-f Thursday Republican 1922 7 24 280 3.00 4,320 

Bert Fairbrother, Editor; Bert Fairbrother and Bill Peltcher, Publishers. 

LAKE ARROWHEAD (H9), pop. X406; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 10 m NE of San 
Bernardino, nearest railroad station. AT&SF; PE; SP; UP RRs. Year-round 
resort. 

Bevoracrp RAcHator-l- MfM v (Beverage 1946 5 24 224 1.00 765 

Beverage Register-f Monthly ] industry Controlled free dist. 2,185 

George L. Anderson, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 81. 



*S?nUtaS?+" d . }Thrsdy Independent 1920 

Prints weekly Shopping Guide for free distribution. 
George Anderson, Editor and Publisher. 



5 24 224 4.50 2,211 



LAKEPORTf (C4%), pop. 1,983; Lake Co. (NW). On Clear Lake. 45 m N of Santa 
Rosa. Pacific Trucking Lines (motor vehicle). Creamery. Summer resort. Diver- 
sified farming. Bartlett pears, walnuts, beans. 

f Lake County Bee -f ................. Friday ............. Republican ......... 1869 7 24 280 3.00 

\ Press and Record 4- ................ Wednesday ..... Republican ......... 1925 7 24 280 3.00 

1 Arthur King, Editor; Roland Johnsrud, Publisher. 

LAKEWOOD See Long Beach ; also Herald-Enterprise of Bellflower. 

LA MESA (Hll), pop. 10.946 (special U. S. Census 2-8-57, gives 23,521) ; San Diego 

Co. (S). 10 m NE of San Diego. SD&AE RR. Planing mills; nurseries. Residen- 

tial. Truck, fruit, poultry, dairy farms. Grapes, lemons, oranges, avocados. 
Scout-f ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1907 7 24 280 3.60 

Richard C. Sims. Editor; George Molyneaux, Publisher, P. O. Box 216. 
LAMONT (G8), pop. 3,671; Kern Co. (S). 10 m S of Bakersfield, nearest banking 

town. AT&SF; SP RRs. Truck, fruit, poultry farms. 
Reporter 4- ................................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1950 6 24 210 2.50 

Alfred Cantor, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 117. 
LANCASTER (G9), pop. 8,594; Los Angeles Co. (S). 60 m NE of San Fernando. 

SP RR. Airport. Manufactures alfalfa meal, concrete products. Hatchery. Agri- 

culture. Grain and alfalfa hay. 



1,590 
1,190 



3,300 



ent ...... 1886 8 22 2 " 12 ' 00 6 ' 761 

Prints Antelope Valley Shopping News on Wednesday for free distribution. 

Circ., 21,000. 
W. J. Valentine, Editor and Publisher. 

{Desert Wings -f ....................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1949 6 28 210 8.00 
Distributed primarily to personnel at Air Force Flight Test Center, 
Edwards Air Force Base. 
Light-f ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1948 8 23 294 2.50 
Vern Lawson, Editor: James W. Metcalfe. Publisher, 44814 N. Sierra Hwy. 
LA PUENTE (DIOH), pop. - (special U. S. Census 5-4-57, gives 20,066). Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 18 m E of Los Angeles. SP, UP RRs. Manufactures air con- 
ditioners, heaters, trailers, chemicals. Citrus fruit packed. Fruit, stock, poultry 
farms. 
La Puente Valley Journal-f ..Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1910 9 21 294 3.00 3,417 

Edward Werkman, Editor and Publisher, 15845 E. Valley Blvd. 

Circulation A>*Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPuMisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. ^Nonparefl 
ems* 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNafly 
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LA PUENTE (Continued) Estab Cols<$> Width? Depth Sub Clit 

San Gabriel Valley Tribune See Covina. 
South Valley News + ............... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1955 8 22 801 3.00 

Circulates also in Basett N. Whittier Heights, Walnut. VAC 6,432 Free 

San Gabriel Valley Newspapers, Inc., Publisher, P. O. Box 1228, 
Fleetwood Annex, Covina. 

LARKSPUR (H1HK Pop. 2.905 (special U. S. Census 8-1-56, gives 8,805); Marin Co. 
(W). 15 m NW of San Francisco. NWP RR. Glass works. Nurseries. 

^Sn?er4-^f.!!..^.!. e r. jThursday ........ Independent ....... 1949 8 23 287 8.00 868 

Jack Lepinaki, Publisher, 10 Bank St., San Anselmo. 

LA VERNE (D10), pop. 4,198 (special U. S. Census 1-7-58, gives 5,907) ; Los Angeles 
Co. (S). 4 m NW of Pomona. PE; AT&SF RRs. Citrus fruit packing. La Verne 
College. Agriculture. Oranges, lemons, grapefruit. 
Leader + ................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1910 8 22 294 3.00 5625 

Terrence T. Donnelly. Editor and Publisher. J 1,400 Free 

LAWNDALE (Cll), pop. x 19, 500; Los Angeles Co. (S). 15 m S of Los Angeles. 
AT&SF RR. Bank, Hawthorne. Pottery stilts, candy manufactured. Agriculture. 

American Cartoonist (offset). Monthly .......... {p?5esYion 1946 2 27 106 x2 ' 50 

L. T. Benson. Editor; American Cartoonist Assn., Publisher, P. O. Box 88. 

Tribune-j- ................................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1941 8 22 294 2.00 VAC 3,765 

W. E. Belt, Editor; Sentinel Publishing Co., 17007 Hawthorne Blvd. VAC 13,466 Free 

LEMON GROVE (H10), pop. X7.200; San Diego Co. (S). 8 m E of San Diego. SD&AE 

RR. Residential. 
J Review-f .................................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1948 7 24 280 2.50 4,922 

1 Suburbanite^- .......................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1947 7 24 280 1.00 255 

1 Max Goodwin. Editor and Publisher. 7834 Lester Ave. 

LEMOORE (F7), pop. 2,168 (special U. S. Census 12-6-54, gives 2,883). Kings Co. (SO. 
82 m S of Fresno. SP RR. Dairy products manufactured. Dairy, fruit, grain, 
poultry, truck farms. 
Advance + ....... .................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1888 6 24 280 3.50 1,210 

Henry H. Leffert, Editor and Publisher. 

LINCOLN (D4%), pop. 2,410; Placer Co. (NE). 28 m NE of Sacramento. SP RR. 
Potteries; fruit cannery, cold storage and packing houses; grain warehouses. 
Clay pits. Fruit, grain, dairy farms. Wheat, barley. 
News - Messenger 4- .................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1888 8 23 308 3.00 1.175 

Eldridge F. Trott and Robert Frantz, Publishers. 

LINDSAY (F7), pop. 6,060 (special U. S. Census 10-27-55, gives 5,492); Tulare Co. 
(SC). 60 m SE of Fresno. AT&SF; SP RRs. Manufactures canning machinery, 
spraying equipment, irrigation pipes, pumps, olive oil. Fruit, vegetable, olive 
packing; hatchery. Fruit farms. Oranges, lemons, grapes, olives. 
f Gazette -f- .................................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1901 8 24 294 3.50 2,015 

j News -f ............ ......................... Tuesday .......... Independent ....... 1931 5 24 231 2.00 1,150 

1 Ford A. Chatters, Editor; Lindsay Publishing Company, 140 E. Honolulu St. 

LIVE OAK (D4), pop. 1,770 (special U. S. Census 5-21-56, gives 2,067); Sutter Co. 
(C). 10 m N of Yuba City. SN; SP RRs. Millwork plant. Machine shop, welding. 
Nursery. Dairying, cattle raising. 
Acorn -f- .................................... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1953 5 24 231 3.00 575 

M. Douglas, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 215. 360 Free 

LIVERMORE (L2), pop. 4,364 (special U. S. Census 12-6-57, gives 12,595) ; Alameda 
Co. (W). 33 m SE of Oakland. SP; WP RRs. Safety fuse factory; wineries. 
Sanitarium. Agriculture. Poultry 
Herald-f ................................... Friday ............ Independent ...... 1876 8 24 287 3.50 2,411 

Arthur L. Henry, Editor. 
News + ...................................... Tuesday .......... Independent ....... 1919 8 24 287 3.50 2^307 



.. ........ Sund * v ............ Sapping ............ 8 24 287 6,610-Free 

Lowell E. Jessen, Editor and Publisher. 

LIVINGSTON (E6), pop. 1,502 (special U. S. Census 11-27-57, gives 1,944) ; Merced Co. 
(C). 25 m S of Modesto. SP RR. Raisin, produce packing. Agriculture. Grapes, 
almonds, peaches. 
Chrcnicle + .............................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1907 7 23 280 3.00 1,233 

Walter H. Aird, Editor and Publisher, 424 Third St. 

LODI (D5%). pop. 13,798 (special U. S. Census 3-11-58, gives 20,100) ; San Joaquin 

Co. (C). 14 m N of Stockton. SP ; CCT RRs. Extensive fruit packing and shipping. 

Manufactures canned fruits and vegetables, wine, olive oil, tire molds, pumps, 

concrete pipes, valve lifters, trailers, juicers. Agriculture. Fruit, poultry, grain. 

News-Sentinel -f ...................... Mom.ex.Sun...Independent ....... 1881 8 24 290 9.00 7,516 

Color advertising accepted. 

Prints News-Merchandiser on Thursday for free distribution. Circ. 4.451. 

A. W. Marquardt, Editor; C. C. Church, Publisher. 

LOMA LINDA (E10%), pop. x 2,800; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 5 m SE of San Bernar- 

dino. SP RR. Nursery. Residential. 
Beacon+ ................................. Bi-wkly(Thurs.) Republican ..... 1947 8 22 294 2.00 J200 

Wesley K. Nary, Editor and Publisher, 528 N. Anderson St. J 1,600 Free 

Loma Linda Bulletin See Highlander, The, San Bernardino. 

CI TS l 5? 4l ? l ~"** Se|>t ' A - B ' C Statement; *Jnne and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IF.O. Statement: Bold face, sworn; tPub1iher*t Report; Light lace, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ema. 12 to inch ? Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCotraty teat Population 1950 Census. xRand McHaO 

mtKSS!!,' JL 1 S** otAT dnrinf cad nc TW. ^Subscription included to membership fee. 

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Estab Coli0 Width V Depth Sub Cirt 

LOMITA (Cll). pop. x 10,500; Los Angeles Go. (8). 18 m S of Los Angeles. Railroad 

station, Torrance. AT&SF ; PE RR*. Nurseries. Residential. 
News-t- ...................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1919 8 24 280 2.00 4,426 

Robert B. Wilcox, Editor; Ray H. Reed, Publisher. * 2. 8 00 Free 

Progress-f ................................ Thursday ........ Ind. Rep ............. 1924 8 24 294 2.00 $2,490 

Ernest M. Moaner, Editor and Publisher, 2306 W. 248th St. *7,2S5 Free 

LOMPOC (E9), pop. 5,520 (special U. S. Census 10-22-57, gives 6,665) ; Santa Barbara 
Co. (SW). 45 m NW of Santa Barbara. SP RR. Fruit, vegetable packing. Asbes- 
tos, filtration products manufactured. Oil wells. Truck farms. Flower seeds, 
sugar beets. 
Record-f- ................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1875 8 22 287 4.00 $3,475 

Kenneth L. Adams, Editor and Publisher, 115 N. H St. 

LONE PINE (H7), pop. 1,415; Inyo Co. (SE). 215 m N of Los Angeles. SP RR. Lead, 
silver mines. Dairy farms ; cattle and sheep ranches. 



..... B r Friday ............. Independent ....... 1914 8 24 280 3.50 962 

Space sold only in combination with Inyo Independent of Independence. 
Earl Murphy, Editor; Todd Watkins, Publisher, 234 N. Main St. 

LONG BEACH (G10), pop. 250,767; Los Angeles Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean, 22 m S 
of Los Angeles. PE; SP; UP; AT&SF RRs. Airlines: UAL; WAL. 

America's most modern port, U. S. Naval Base. Oil and gas wells. Oil produc- 
tion and refining, oil drilling equipment; fisheries; sardines, tuna, mackerel, meat 
packing plants ; soft drink bottlers ; shipbuilding and repair ; aircraft and air- 
craft parts; soap, toilet preparations, washing powder, chemicals, lumber; auto 
assembly, auto tires, trailers, batteries, machinery; paints, varnish, furniture, 
mattresses and box springs, men's and women's wear; furnaces and heaters, 
building and insulation products, ceramics, glass, paper products, plastics manu- 
factured. Ten banks; deposits (1957), $387,310,325. 106,023 (residence) 
electric meters; 104,873 (residence) gas (nat.) meters; 109,766 (residence) 
telephones. Summer and winter resort, Long Beach City College; Long Beach 
State College. 

Argus + .................................... Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1925 8 26 294 2.50 tll,650 

George Rochester, Editor and Publisher, 5451 Long Beach Blvd. (5). 

Forty-Niner, The + V ............. Wednesday ....Collegiate ........... 1949 6 24 240 2.50 $5,000 

Students of Long Beach State College, Eds. and Pubs., 6101 E. Seventh St. (4). 

Graphic-!- ................................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1941 8 24 301 5.00 

Prints edition for Wilmington. 

Lloyd I. Kent, Jr.. Publisher, 2621 Magnolia Blvd. 

Herald- American See Herald- American, Compton 

Independent -f .......................... Morn.ex.Sun... Independent ....... 1938 8 22 308 15.60**38,S49 

Press-Telegram -f .................... Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent ....... 1888 8 22 308 15.60**107,155 

Pr fnd;pln e de?t na . .*?.?. .............. jsunday ............ Independent ....... 8 22 308 10.40**! 36.767 

Color advertising accepted in both dailies. 

Malcolm Epley, Editor; Ridder Publications, Inc. (12). 
Lakewood Herald American See Herald-American, Compton. 
Landscape Gardener ............... Monthly .......... Gardening ......... 1958 2 28 112 2.50 

Nobie Narita, Editor; Landscape Publications, P. O. Box 85 (2). 

T ^ a ,.iTi* M*V,W (Landscape 1955 3 28 140 3.00 1.010 

Landscaping ............................. Monthly .......... } Gardening Controlled free dist. 4,160 

Glen L. Black. Editor; Landscaping Publications, P. O. Box 85 (2). 
Long Beach Herald-American See Herald-American, Compton. 

^Beach r s?ar-P?o 8 gress n l ...... JTues. & Fri ..... Independent ....... 1933 6 24 280 3.00 535 

T. F. Pfanstiel, Editor and Publisher, 280 Santa Ana Ave. (3). 
Shopping News-f- .................... Thursday ........ Shopper .............. 1923 8 24 294 $86,143 Free 

Don H. Smith, Publisher, 227 East Sixth St. 
Signal Hill Tribune4- ............ Friday ............. Independent ....... 1933 5 22 224 2.00 1,676 

E. M. Harris. Editor; H. E. Harris, Publisher, P. O. Box 7127. 
Viking-h V ................................ Bi-wkly. Fri... Collegiate ........... 1928 6 24 280 1.00 2,000 

Associated Student Body of Long Beach City College, Editors and Publishers, 

4901 E. Carson (8). 

Western Mobile Home !**,., fTrailercoach IO RA K o 017 > zn + n* TKA 

New* 4- .............................. f Monday ........... ILiv'g & Travel 195 5 23 21T 2 ' 50 * 13 760 

Bill James, Editor; Bob Terhune, Publisher, 2491 Atlantic Blvd. 

LOOM IS (C8). POD. X400; Placer Co. (NE). 20 m NE of Sacramento. SP RR. Nurseries; 

winery. Ships fruit. Agriculture. Pears, plums, peaches. 
News ......................................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1940 6 24 266 3.00 500 

T. P. Sagaser. Editor and Publisher. 
LOS ALAMITOS See Enterprise. Cypress. 
LOS ALTOS (K8). pop. X 20, 600: Santa Clara Co. (W). 6 m SE of Palo Alto. SP RR. 

Nurseries; fruit packed. Residential. Fruit, truck farms. 
Enterprise See Herald -Enterprise of Bellflower. 
Herald American See Herald American, Compton. 
News and Peninsula Guide ..... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1986 8 22 801 4.00 $4.099 

Edward A. Laubengayer, Editor and Publisher, 401 First St. 17,510 Free 

Track and Field News 1 iurnfM v f Sports (Track 104fl , -OR o nn f K nat 

(offset) .............................. f Monthly .......... 1* Field) 1948 4 2S 136 8 ' 00 * 6 ' 081 

Cordner Nelson, Editor; Bert Nelson, Publisher, P. O. Box 296. 

Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *Jne and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; (Publisher's Report: Light face, estimated. +Usea Mats. $ Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty teat. Population 1950 Census. xRand IfcNaU? 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fe. 

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LOS ANGELESf (G9%)pop. 1,970,358 (special U. S. Census 2-25-56, gives 2,248,901). 
Los Angeles Co. (S). A major harbor on Pacific Coast, a city of 453 square miles, 
largest city in area in United States, largest industrial center west of Chicago, 
and a leading agricultural center. AT&SF; SP; UP; PE RRs. Airlines: AA; BAL; 
CAL; CM A; SAS; PAA; PC; TWA: UAL; WAL: Health and pleasure resort, 
University of Southern California; University of California at Los Angeles, and 
many colleges and schools. Sardine, tuna fisheries ; oil, gas wells. Seven TV 
stations. 

Leads as motion picture capital, aircraft and aircraft parts. Manufactures 
pumps, compressors, canned sea food, refrigeration, heating and plumbing equip- 
ment, storage batteries, women's and misses' outerwear, oil field machinery; 
tools, rubber, ceramics, non-ferrous products, furniture. Automobile assembly; 
food, fish, meat packing plants, oil refineries : printing and publishing indus- 
tries ; ship building and repair yards. Los Angeles County has 47 banks; de- 
posits (6-30-56), $7,080,615,000. In Los Angeles County 2,145,861 electric 
(AC) meters; 1,839,445 gas (nat.) meters; 2,878,054 telephones. 
American News-f (Negro). ...Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1930 8 23 294 5.00 

James Erwing, Jr., Editor; Jim Erwing, Sr., Pub., 5426% S. Central Ave. (11). 

N !!r. ............ }Thu r8 . & S U n...Independent ....... " " 294 j& 60VAC13.| 

See also Rodgers & McDonald News-Advertiser Group. 
Norman A. Moore, Publisher, 2621 W. 54th St. (43). 



Apartment Hotel and Motel| M onth j y 
Association News + .......... J y 

Herb Hain, Editor; Apartment, 
3824 Beverly Blvd. (4). 



[Operators 
Hotel and Motel Assn. 



1946 5 24 217 x2.00 
of Calif., Publisher, 



8,500 



3,100 
17,603 



1,023 



Architectural Products-J- Monthly Architecture 1949 C 2 nt 2 4 u ed fr ee dist 

Dwight Fiske, Editor; School-Industrial Press, Inc., Publisher, 
636 N. San Vicente Blvd. (46). 

Arts and Architecture Monthly Art. & Archi. 1911 2 48 154 6.00 

John Entenza, Editor and Publisher, 3305 Wilshire Blvd. (5). 

Asia Calling (offset) Quarterly Educational 1947 2 28 105 1.50 

Mary Ellen Saunders, Editor; Pan Pacific Centers, Inc., Publisher, 
12009 Santa Monica Blvd. 

Automobile Topics (offset). ..Monthly f fconsmneiO 190 3 2T 14 5 * $16,500 

Al Michaelian, Editor; Clymer Publications, 1268 S. Alvarado St. (6). 
. , A . rx i XT i TUT A (Automotive 1937 5 24 210 5.00 10,927 

Automotive Dealer News-f ...Monday ) T rade (Oil) Controlled free dist. 1,326 

See also Pacific Oil Motive Magazine of San Francisco, Calif. 
James Glanville, Editor; Wayne Goble, Publisher, 1700 W. 8th St. (17). 
Aviation Engineer and \Tbr rt fV,i f Engineers & IQCO o oc 

Scientist f Monthly } Scientists 1953 3 Z6 

Harold Shaw, Editor; Aviation Engineer and Scientist, Publisher, 
1228 S. Flower St. (15). 

** l &*S^l? tiZen+ . ( . E . n *:...} Thursday ^dependent 1934 8 23 

Carl M. "Bigsby',' Publisher. 3587 E. 1st Street (63). 
B'nai B'rith Messenger-f- Friday Jewish 1897 5 24 217 8.00 

David Weissman, Editor; J. J. Cummins, Publisher, 739 S. Hope St. (17). 
B'nai B'rith Record-f Monthly Jewish Int 1946 5 26 210 x.25 14,128 

Albert A. Shanks, Editor; B'nai B'rith Record, Inc., Publisher. 

3460 Wilshire Blvd. (5). 
Brentwood Citizen See Citizen. Beverly Hills. 



140 7.00 



294 



3.00 
20.000 Free 



Building News-}- IThurs Bld *' Trades 1946 5 

Sam Jaffe, Editor and Publisher, 5616 San Vicente Blvd. (19). 

Building Standards Monthly Building 1933 2 

R. C. Colling, Editor and Publisher, 610 S. Broadway (14). 



24 217 2.00 14,256 



42 140 4.00 



Bulletin of Los Angeles lo. -M^At^t** IQQI 

County Medical Assn fSemi-mo Medicine 1881 



27 128 x3.00 

Wni. F. Quinn, Editor; Los Angeles County Medical Assn., Publisher, 
1925 Wilshire Blvd. (6). 

........ Lib y .............. 1929 2 2 ? 98^<>0 

Harold C. Kime, Editor; School Library Assn. of Calif., Publisher, 
400 W. Washington Blvd. (15). 



7,600 



J750 



1939 3 



Butane-Propane News ............ Monthly .......... 

Carl Abell, Editor; Chilton Company, Publisher, 198 S. Alvarado St. (57). 



^ro'lled circ >15,352 



California Apparel News-f ....Friday { iJdustr'y 1 "" 61 l945 5 23 215 5 - 

J. O. Osherenko, Editor and Publisher, 1020 S. Main St. (15). 
California Beverage Journals-Monthly Liquor Indus 1949 3 27 140 3.00 $5,711 

Palmer Brink, Editor; California Beverage Journal Publishing Co., 

5205 Hollywood Blvd. (27). 
California Bowling News See Glendale, Calif. 
California Citrograph Monthly Citrlculture 1915 6 26 168 2.00 $14,848 

Philip H. Greene, Ed.; Calif. Citrograph Pub. Co., Ltd., 5880 Poplar Blvd. (82). 



Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, gworn; IPubliiher't Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. $ Nonpareil 
etna* 12 to Inch. ? Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat PopulationI 950 Census. xRand McNallr 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubcription included In membership fee. 

BE SURE TO READ the Guide to the use of the Directory In front of book. 



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LOS ANGELESf (Continued) Estab Cols* Width V Depth Sub 

California Clinician Monthly Osteopathic 1907 2 40 140x3.50 

Loring W. Mann, D.O., Editor; Calif. Osteopathic Assn., Publisher, 
4775 Santa Monica Blvd. (29). 



g. ex. Sun...Independent 1931 13 20 224 13.00 

^ka^uVTerada7EdVtor;*Tatsuyo Fujii, Publisher, 346 E. Third St. (12). 

California Dealer News-f Monthly [^^wel? ** 195? Controlled f?ee diUt. 

Dave Platter, Editor; Normond Linder and Seymour Berry. Publishers, 
1417 Georgia St. (15). 

California Eagle+ (Negro). ...Thursday Democratic 1879 8 23 294 4.00 

Grace Simons, Editor; Loren Miller, Publisher, 1050 East 43rd Place (11). 

California Intermountain l T u Iir- j av M nfc,iw.v, 1&B 5 24 224 2 - 

New + f Thursday Mormon Church Controlled free dist. 

Audrey Redding, Editor; Ned Redding, Publisher, 1023 N. Western Ave. (29). 

1956 5 24 210 3.00 



Circ 

1,785 



426 
12,422 



26,000 

16,500 
3,200 

3,800 



California Jewish Press -f- Friday Independent 46.200 Free 

Al. S. Waxman, Editor; Waxman Publications, Inc., 8300 W. Third St. (48). 

California Jewish Voice-f- Friday Independent 1922 8 23 294 3.00 23,867 

I. Lechtman, Editor; Samuel B. Gach, Publisher, 406 S. Main St. (13). 

California Lumber Merchant..Semi-mo Lumber 1922 2 46 

Jack Dionne, Publisher, 108 W. Sixth St. (14). 

Cal ( i H > ung a ) Magyar8afir+ } Friday Independent 1922 5 

Z. V.' Sabados,' Editor and Publisher, 648 N. Western Ave. (4). 
California Men's and \MnntMv (Men's & Boys' , Q41 28 

Boys' Stylist {Monthly fashions 1941 3 28 

Not issued during July or December. 
California Stylist Monthly {ration's 1936 

J. R. Osherenko, Editor and Publisher, 1020 S. Main St. (15). 



147 3.00 



24 224 6.00 1,930 



150 2.00 *7,200 



3 28 150 5.00 *7,199 



California Oil World ............... Semi-mo ......... 






1908 3 28 140 1.00 *3,13O 



Wallace A. Sawdon, Editor; Petroleum Publishers, Inc., 2404 W. 7th St. (57). 

.......... Parent-Teach....l925 3 27 140 1.25 



... 
July and August issue combined. 

Mrs. B. S. Hook, Editor; Calif. Congress of Parents and Teachers, Publisher, 
322 W. 21st St. (7). 

1956 3 26 140 x 

California Pharmacy ............... Monthly .......... Pharm't'l ........... 2 41 140 

Controlled free dist. 
James W. Gentry, Editor; Calif. Pharmaceutical Assn., 701 S. Andrews PI. (5). 

Cahfornia Pla 8 terer ................. Month* .......... {&&* * \ | *<> 

Tom Lawless, Editor; California Lathing and Plastering Controlled circ. 

Contractors Assn., Inc., Publisher, 3558 West 8th St. (5). 

California Publisher ................ Monthly .......... Newspapers ....... 1918 cLtro 



Gus Holmes, Editor ; Calif . Newspaper Pub. Assn., 809 Pacific Electric Bldg. (14). 

Monthly Real Estate 1920 3 26 140 x4.00 

^jl'pontiuB^EdlV'California Real Estate Assn., Pub., 117 W. Ninth St. (15). 

1945 



California Real Estate News -{-Semi-mo 

Carl J. Kunz, Editor and Publisher, 9648 S. Western Ave. (47). 

Calif. Staats-Zeitung -f(Ger.) Friday Independent 1890 7 26 280 8.00 

Albert Ebert, Editor; Calif. Staats-Zeitung, Publisher, 221 E. Pico St. (15). 
California Stylist See California Men's and Boys' Stylist. 

jThursday Independent 1910 5 24 224 4.00 

"MVrV~A.~Hend rick s, Editor; Ulf G. Scholdstrom, Publisher, 1055 E. 41st St. 



California and Western iu+Mxr 

Visitor ................................ JMonthly .......... 



voi Tnt 
vel Int.... 



1964 1 42 119 2.50 
Controlled free dist. 



52,500 

3,255 
1,604 

15,300 

900 
500 

26,000 



7,000 
3,000 



1,550 

10,500 
72,350 



Prints ten individual airline editions ; airport transit edition ; restaurant edition ; 

dental profession edition ; medical and hospital edition ; trade edition. 
Richard Sharpe, Editor; Visitor Publications, Inc., 5321 Hollywood Blvd. (27). 

,1953 2 27 100 3.00 145.666 



Car Craft .................................. Monthly .......... 



World 



Dick Day, Editor; Petersen Publishing Co., 5959 Hollywood Blvd. (28). 
Chefs' and Stewards' Food \ . ^ MfMv [Chefs, Cooks 1949 2 26 103 2.00 

and Equipment Manual. ...} t5l ~ mo * y \FoodSupervisors Controlled circ. VAC 5,983 

Otto P. Spitzer, Editor; Chefs' and Stewards' Manual, Publisher. 
634 N. San Vicente Blvd. (46). 

Citizen-f- Friday Labor 1900 8 24 294 2.50 

Ralph Roddy, Editor; A. F. L. Organized Labor, Publisher, 108 West 6th St. (14). 

City Terrace Comet -f Thursday Independent 1951 8 22 290 3.00 

Joseph Eli Kovner, Editor and Publisher, 2613 Brooklyn Ave. (33). 5,000 Free 

CME Alumni Journal V Monthly Coll. Alumni 1931 3 26 126 5.00 8.700 

R. T. Bergman, M.D., Editor; Alumni Assn., School of Medicine and College of 
Medical Evangelists, Publisher, 316 N. Bailey St. (33). 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. < Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

BE SURE TO READ the Quid* to the use of the Directory in front of book. 

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LOSANGELESf (Continued) EsUb Col J^ Width V Depth Sub Cilt 

Coin Machine Review Monthly {SfwhSSJS* 1 ** 198S 8 26 14 8 - 00 4 ' 985 

P. W. Blackford, Editor and Publisher, 1115 Venice Blvd. (15). 

College Times -fV .Friday Collegiate 1943 8 24 280x1.00 4,000 

Students of Los Angeles State College, Editors and Publishers, 
5280 Gravois Ave. (82). 

Commercial Bulletin-f Friday [cr'o'c.^Retail 1887 4 26 166 4 ' 00 * 3 ' 461 

Commercial Bulletin, Publisher, 857 S. San Pedro St. (14). 

* " *" 



Commercial News (offset) Monday j 

Leighton Cook, Editor; C. A. Page Publishing Co.. 1146 N. Vermont St. (29). 
Construction Reports See Southwest Builder and Contractor. 
Courier (Negro) See Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Crossroads* Friday {55&.8 AmerlC * n 1948 5 24 21 4 ' 00 2 ' 127 

William T. Hiroto, Editor; Dr. James Goto, Publisher, 244H East First St. (12). 
Custom Cars (offset) Monthly j fconsiSner) 1957 2 2T 10 3.00*132,191 

Dick Day, Editor; Petersen Publishing Co., 5959 Hollywood Blvd. (28). 
Cycle Monthly Motorcycling 1950 3 27 140 4.00 *2S,391 

Don Brown, Editor; Clymer Publications, 1268 S. Alvarado St. (6). 

Daily Construction Service*. [ ^ Sun ' Sat 'l Construction 1932 2 41 14 80 ' 00 * 886 

Prints two editions, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Each edition complete 
within itself. Space sold, in either or both editions, in monthly units, insertion 
every""3rd day ; copy changeable monthly. 
Newton W. Withers, Publisher, 108 West 6th St. (14). 

4 30 224 156.00 

Daily Racing Form Morn. ex.Sun... Racing Mon. circ. ^Hrl4,759 

Tues. to Fri. circ. **1 7,559 
J. S. Perlman, Publisher, 1540 N. Vermont Ave. (27). Sat. circ. **26,321 

Diesel Indus 1985 8 Sontro'lled ci?c >16,409 

Also provides controlled' circ. VAC 16,485. 

Rex. W. Wadman, Ed.; Diesel Engines, Inc., Pub., 816 N. La Cienega Blvd. (46). 

Disabled American Veterans IM^UW v*t*rn 1948 5 24 224 5 - 

News-h f Monthly Veterans Controlled free dist. $15,000 

Dick Torkelson, Editor; Disabled American Veterans, Publisher, 
1816 S. Figueroa St. (15). 

Eagle Rock Sentinel-f Thursday Independent 1909 8 24 294 4.00VAC2.942 

News-Herald Publications, 5722 N. Figueroa St. (42). VAC 3,770Free 

' East Los Angeles Gazette +.. Sunday Independent 1922 5 23 21T 

East Los Angeles Tribune + .. Thursday Independent. 193 8 23 297 

Jerry Littman, Editor; Southern California Pub. Co., 4928 Whittier Blvd. (22). 

Eastside Journal -f Thursday Independent 1935 8 22 294 3.00 VAC 18 

Fred Cobley, Editor and Publisher, 2035 Brooklyn Ave. (33). VAC 11,254 Free 

Eastside Sun-f Thursday Independent 1945 8 24 294 3.00 

Joseph E. Kovner, Editor and Publisher, 2613 Brooklyn Ave. (33). 10,000 Free 

El Sereno Reporter-News -f ... .Thursday Independent l922 8 23 294 8 * 5%0-Vree 

David H. MacDougall. Editor and Publisher, 4955 N. Huntington Dr. (32). 

El Sereno Star -f- Thursday Independent 1949 8 22 290 3.00VAC 1,812 

Bulletin News Publications, 5722 N. Figueroa St. VAC 7,241 Free 

Enterprise-h Friday Legal 1901 5 24 224 2.00 375 

Henry Molz, Editor and Publisher, 136 S. Broadway (12). 

Equipment Distribution } Bi . monthly ff^,'**, 1957 \ \\ }JJ 

(off8et) J (Indus. Equip. Controlled free dist. $5,179 

[Equipment Controlled free dist. $6,227 

Pio+ Tri^^* TST-~ l fGen'l Indus. 1966 3 26 140 

?^<2?J /Monthly JEquip. East 2 39 140 

(offset) J I of Rockies Controlled free dist. J6,109 

Charles Penn, Editor; National Industrial Publications, P. O. Box 24276 (24). 

Esperanza. La-f (Spanish )...Sundav Catholic 1930 2 42 133 4.00 $2,000 

Rev. Fidel Zapatero, Editor; Claretian Fathers, Publishers, P. O. Box 296 (53). 

Examiner -f- Every Mom.. .Independent 1903 8 22 28027.00*356,000 

Color advertising accepted. Sunday circ. *7 15,229 

Prints Sunday supplement in color rotogravure called Pictorial Living. 
Franklin S. Payne, Publisher, 1111 S. Broadway (54). 

Executive Steward Monthly Cater'g Indus.... 1901 3 28 140 2. 00 VAC 5,740 

Reuben Cordova. Editor; International Steward, Publisher, 2 43 140 
634 N. San Vicente Blvd. (46). 

Exhaust Monthly Automotive 1925 3 26 180 27,540 

Free to the automotive industry. 2 40 180 

Alice M. Harris, Ed.; The Exhaust Publish'g Co.. 600 E. Washington Blvd. (15). 
ExT>ort.Inmort NAW.J- T**M- f Export- Import 1949 5 24 224 8.00 561 

Export-lmport News + Monthly \Tr*de Controlled free dist. 16,593 

Michael MeCausland, Editor and Publisher, 364 S. Spring St. (13). 

Ctradatioift **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements j A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit J 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonparefl 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNaUy 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

ME SURE TO READ the Cold* to the oae of the Directory hi front of book. 

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LOS ANGELESf (Continued) Estab Col J<3> Width V Depth Sub Circ 

Farm Management Monthly {^^rn Bu.. 1961 ^"^..00 

Aaron Dudley, Ed.; Nelson R. Crown Publica'ns, Inc., 4611 Produce Plaza (58). 

Femne (offset) (Negro) Monthly (SePsInts" 1954 8 27 14 2 * 50 *5,600 

Libby Clark. Editor; Libby Clark Associates, Publisher, 2806 So. Western. 

Firestone Park News + Thursday Independent 1927 8 24 294 3.00 975 

Ned Redding, Editor and Publisher, 8719 Compton Ave. (2). 8,750 Free 

Florence Messenger -f Thursday Independent 1923 8 24 294 6.00 

Julie Jacobs, Editor; George Newton, Publisher, 1425 E. Florence Ave. (1). 18,000 Free 

Food, Drug and Liquor 1 Monthly (Grocery & 1949 \ f? MJ 2 ' 

r>itrouf I Oniny t r>.ny Tnrlna * ** U 1*U 

Digest J 1 Drug Indus. Controlled free dist. 5,557 

ft + f ,+,. , 1948 3 28 140 2.00 

Food Selling Digest Monthly !?; i it:S?. 2 30 140 

I Hotel Indus. Controlled free dist. 5,549 

Berl Benmeyr, Editor; Food Selling Publications, Inc., 3706 Overland Ave. (34). 

Food Mart News ( Southern 1 n . , 1<H , . (Ret. Grocers 1954 7 26 295 3.00 

California Edition) -f ] Bi - wklv ' * ri - \ with Meats Controlled circ. VAC 9,702 

See also Food Mart News (Chicago Edition), Chicago, 111. 

Louis Green, Editor; Wilson-Loveton Publications, 1606 Highland Ave. (28). 

Foursquare Magazine-}- Monthly Religious 1923 3 27 140 2.50 8,000 

Rev. R. W. Becker, Editor; Echo Park Evangelistical Assn., Publisher, 
1100 Glendale Blvd. (26). 

ffiintfiii.* ir<*M inflow f Retailers of 1945 3 26 140x3.00 

Furniture Field 10 ti. a yr jHome Furni8h 's Controlled free dist. 4,217 

V. B. Robertson, Editor; Furniture Retailer Assn., Publisher, 1933 S. B'way (7). 

G M nth * Ga " '**" 19 " * Controlled ci?c >10,708 

J. Fred Ebdon, Editor; Chilton Company, Publisher, 198 S. Alvarado St. (57). 

Gas Station, Garage and \vrr>fV,i v f Rev. of West. 1933 8 27 140 

Motor Car Dealer JMonthly ( Auto Trd Cintrolled circ. VAC 14,581 

Aaron D. Viller, Editor; Arvill Publishing Co., 8346 Beverly Blvd. (48). 



To'. n dvJ?*f .............. Quarterly ........ Ifman 2 27 94 3 ' 50 * 2 ' 500 

Richard T. Liddicoat, Jr., Editor; Gemological Institute of America, Publisher, 
11940 San Vicente Blvd. (49). 

Genera, Aviation New, + ...... Bi-wk.y. Wed.{ ^'pTane, 194 Conned 2 JL Lt lt$5 

Tom McCusker, Editor; Trade Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 3631 (64). 

Genera, PracUce ...................... Monthly .......... { ^U 1938 c'ont^Hed^free dist. 30,000 

Virginia Richmond and Harry Soforenko, M.D., Editors; General Practice Pub. 
Co., Inc., 1721 W. Olympic Blvd. (15) 



Monthly.. Magicians .. 1935 3 24 126 6.00 2,967 
William Larsen, Ed. ; Geraldine Larsen-Baker, Pub., 929 S. Longwood Ave. (19). 

Go-Transport Times of the l Mrtnf ui v (Motor Truck 1941 3 26 140 4.00 

West .................................... f Monthly .......... } industry 2 41 140 

Also provides controlled circ. VAC 25,129. Controlled circ. >2S,129 

California Trucking Assns., Inc., Publisher, 3301 S. Grand Ave. (7). 



Graphic* V ............................. Wednesday ..... Collegiate ........... 1937 C 5 ont ^ 3 , led 2 ^ ee Jj" 

Students of Pepperdine College, Editors and Publishers, 1121 West. 79th St. (44). 
'Griffith Park News 4- .............. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1931 8 24 294 VAC^157 Fvte 

Los Feliz Hills News + .......... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1943 8 24 29 yAC S i 4^531 Free 

Parks i fie Journal-}- ................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1932 8 24 294 3.00 

Gerald T. Deal, Publisher, 3609 Edenhurst Ave. (26). VAC 8,863 Free 

Grizzly Bear ............................. Monthly .......... Frat. & Hist ....... 1907 3 28 120 1.75 - 

Leonard Schwacofer, Editor; Grizzly Bear Publishing Co., Inc., Suite 1120, 
Bartlett Bldg., 215 West 7th St. (14). 

Herald and Express + ............. Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent ....... 1911 8 22 280 21.00**34,351 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted Saturday circ.**305,122 

David W. Hearst, Publisher, Los Angeles Herald and Express Division of Hearst 
Publishing Co.. Inc., 1111 S. Broadway (54). 

Herald-Dispatch (Negro) ....... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1952 8 22 301 t20?000*~Fr22 

Printed in three editions : Los Angeles ed. ; Pacoima ed. ; Watts-Willowbrook ed. 
E. Pat Alexander, Editor; S. Alexander, Publisher, 1481 W. Jefferson Blvd. (7). 

Heritage-h ................................ Thursday ........ Jewish Int .......... 1954 5 23 210 3.00 8,097 

Herb Brin, Editor and Publisher, 5322 Wilshire Blvd. (36). 

Highland Park News- \ M - mu,,^ T ^^^f 1905 8 24 294 3.00VAC5,705 

Herald and Journal-h ........ Moru & Thurs...Independent ..... VAC 7 , 915 _ Free 

News Herald Publications, 5722 N. Figueroa St. (42). 



HoI.ywoodCr*fU m an.The+.F t ntly(Wed.).{ 1 & " t li a d f iX i p m5 * MntrV&d ciSc'. tl.SOO 
Harry E. White, Editor; King Publishing Co., P. O. Box 106 (63). 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn: tPublisher'i Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. VI"ued only during academic year. xSubacription included in membership fee. 

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LOS ANGELESf (Continued) Estab Cols <> Width V Depth Sub 

Horseless Carriage Gazette... Bi-monthly ..... {JJ^Hobby 1987 2 40 133 x5 ' 00 
Horseless Carriage Club of America, Publisher, 7780 S. Western Ave. (47). 
Horses and Horsemen See Western Livestock Journal. 

1958 3 26 126 5 ' 00 



Hospital Forum + .................. Monthly ......... jAdnfin^n 



Circ 

6,800 

1,488 



2.00 



J. E. Smits, Editor; Hospital Council of Southern California, Publisher, 
4747 Sunset Blvd. (27). 

SO UuM9e^^^ }Monthly U^Mgmt. 198T 2 28 n 

William Statler, Editor ; Mgrs. Hotel and Apartment Assn., Publisher, 
1741 N. Ivar Ave. (28). 

Hotel Greeters Guide to \Mnthlv [Hotel Guests & 1919 2 27 105 

Southern Calif ornia-f jmonimy \Tourists Int. Controlled free dist. 

Louis Rangno, Editor; Jaffe Publications, 634 N. San Vicente Blvd. (46). 

Hot Rod Magazine Monthly Automotive 1948 3 27 140 3.50 *445,5SO 

Wally Parks, Editor; Petersen Publishing Co., 5959 Hollywood Blvd. (28). 

( Independent^- Thursday Independent 1929 8 22 294 8.00VAC 11,O70 

I Separate editions for Brentwood; Rancho Park; W. Los Angeles. VAC 15,575 Free 

| Westwood Hills Press + Thursday Independent 1929 8 22 294 8.00 VAC 96 

I Felicia Mahood. Ed.; Santa Monica Pub. Co., 2011 Westwood Blvd. VAC 0,079 Free 



256 
7,390 



Industrial Editor Monthly Journalism 1957 3 28 140 5.00 

Prints edition called Technical Communications. Controlled free dist. 

Roger Holmes, Editor and Publisher, 636 N. San Vicente Blvd. (46). 
Industrial News See Los Angeles Industrial News. 

Insurance Journal Thursday Insurance 1923 3 28 143 6.00 

Mark A. Wells & Associates, Publisher, 3400 W. 6th St. (5). Controlled circ. 

(Prof. Photo & 

International Photographer... Monthly {Technicians in 1928 3 30 140 2.50 

(Studios & Thea. 

Helen Boyce, Editor; International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and 
Moving Picture Operators of the United States and Canada, Local 659, Pub- 
lishers, 7614 Sunset Blvd. (46). 

87 5.00 



2,200 
1,250 



13,650 



1948 2 24 



26,610 



4,000 



Inventor and Gadgcteer IM^*KK, (Inventor & 

(offset) JMontnly | Gadget Ints. 

M. L. Maxwell, Editor; Inventor and Gadgeteer Publishing Co., 
6600 Lexington Ave. (38). 

Italo Americano-f- (I tal.) .Friday Independent 1908 8 24 287 2.00 

Cleto Baroni, Editor and Publisher, 420 Alpine St. (12). 
Jewish Daily Forward See New York, N. Y. 

Jonathan, The -f- Monthly Club News 1930 3 28 144x2.50 

Arthur Rohman. Editor; Jonathan Club, Publisher, 545 S. Figueroa St. (17). 

} Quarterly Nutrition 1946 1 60 112 x5.00 

Granville F. Knight, M.D., Editor; American Academy of Applied Nutrition, Inc., 
Publisher, 10651 W. Pico Blvd. (64). 

y Speech Cor'n 1936 2 50 105 5.00 $6,000 

Dr. Mary Huber, Editor; American Speech and Hearing Assn., Publisher, Dept. 
of Speech, Los Angeles State College (32). 

Journal of the California \ n{ ^^M- n^^of 1932 2 34 119 x2 - 00 

Optometric Association J Bi-monthly. Optometry .. Controlled free dist. 

Dr. Herbert Kallman, Editor; California Optometric Assn., Publisher, 
672 S. Lafayette Park Place (57). 

King's Business-!- Monthly Religious 1910 3 27 140 8.00 

Dr. S. H. Sutherland, Ed.; King's Business Bible Insti., Pub., 558 S. Hope St. (17). 

1949 3 27 140 3.00 
Controlled free dist. 
Louise O. Simonson, Ed.; Harry C. Simonson, Pub., 672 S. Lafayette Park PI (57). 

Let's Live Monthly Health 1933 3 28 120 3.00 

Kay K. Thomas, Ed.; Godfrey Thomas Pub. Co., 1133 N. Vermont Ave. (29). 

"Lietuviu Dienos" 1 IOAA A OA IZA 

(Lithuanian Days) [Monthly Lith. Int Iy4b \ jjj JgJ 



T . w , , iur,ffcur [News of the 

Lab World Monthly , Scientific Lab 



1,296 
787 



19,047 

5,764 
1,736 

t!4,350 



tl5,000 



24 154 6.00 

, *, rmunnny .uii.ii. JLIII/ n 

(Lithuanian & Englis 

Bernardas Brazdzionis, Editor; A. F. Skirius, Publisher, 9204 S. Broadway (3). 

Lincoln Heights Bulletin- lm K , T A M(att j^ f 1919 8 22 283 1.80VAC2,848 

News + ...?. {Thursday Independent VAC 6,379 Free 

Bulletin News Publications, 5722 N. Figueroa St. (42). 

Los Angeles Banker (noadv.) 3 ti. a yr Banking 1910 2 27 98x2.00 $7,000 

R. F. Kurrle, Ed.; Amer. Institute of Banking, Pub., 629 S. Hill St. (14). 

:Los Angeles City News-f- Thursday Independent 1934 8 23 29 VAC 8 i3,599--Free 
Los Angeles City Press -f Thursday Independent 1934 8 23 294 3.60 
Gerald T. Deal, Publisher, P. O. Box 20730. VAC 12,665 Free 

Los Angeles Collegian-}- V Tues. & Fri Collegiate 1929 7 26 280 2.00 $8,000 

Students of Los Angeles City College, Ed. and Pub., 855 N. Vermont Ave. (29). 

Los Angeles Daily Journal + ..{^s r u n n ex ' Sat ' Legal 1888 8 24 290 21.00 4,013 

Robert Work, Editor; Mutual Newspaper Pub'g Co., Inc., 220 W. First St. (12). 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. <3> Nonpareil 
ems* 12 to inch. V A gate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty teat. Population 1 950 Census. xRand McNtllr 
estimate. VI**u*4 only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fe. 

BE SURE TO READ UM Guide to the use of the Directory In front of book. 



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{ Los Angeles Industrial \M,? V w-.f* Tnrf 1948 5 23 22 2 - 50 

News-f J Monda y Western Indus.. Controlled circ. VAC 9,S06 

Pacific Mountain States \MnntMv w^at* Tnrfna 19B1 5 28 22 1 ' 00 

Industrial News [Monthly Western Indus.. Controlled circ. VAC S>883 

Trade Publishers, Inc., Publisher, 3342 Olympic Blvd. (19). 
Los Angeles Reporter See Reporter. 

Los Angeles School Journal V Monthly Educational 1917 3 28 133x4.00 $5,000 

Esther L. Mathewson, Editor; Educ. Assn. of Los Angeles, Publisher, 

1206 W.Pico Blvd. (15). 
Los Feliz Hills NewsSee Griffith Park News. 

Masterkey, The Quarterly Museum Int 1927 1 42 90 2.50 760 

M. R. Harrington, Editor; Southwest Museum, Publisher, Highland Park (42). 

Meat Dealer Monthly Meat Markets.... 1947 8 28 134 2.50 

Philip R. Melnick, Editor; Meat News Publications, Inc., 2 42 134 
766 S. Broadway (14). 

fAdv'g& Mkt'g 1flR , Q OA 1x0 a 00 

Media Agencies Clients Monday J Indus^f or^ " 8 clntro^d cfrc VAC 6,316 

Prints National issue first Monday of each month. Controlled circ. VAC 7,378. 
Marvin L. Saltzman, Editor and Publisher, 920 S. Robertson Blvd. (35). 

Mercury .. .. ..Monthly Amat. Sports 1912 3 28 140 3.00 J6.150 

Peggy Finley, Ed.; Los Angeles Athletic Club, Pub., 431 W. Seventh St. (14). 

Metropolitan News -f- {saT&Su'n Le & al 1945 8 24 31115.00 900 

Earl Klein, Editor; Morris Barr and Frank Lorenzi, Publishers, 

139 N. Broadway (12). 

Mirror-News Evg. ex. Sun.. .Republican 1948 8 23 301 21.00**307,412 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. Sat. evg. circ. ^^284, 180 

Hugh A. Lewis, Editor and Publisher, 145 S. Spring St. (63). 

Morningside-Imperial IT*.,,*. A <a i**-*** 1943 8 24 294 3.00VAC 5,193 

News-Advertiser-f jThurs. & Sun.Jndependent VAC 1 oj 61 _ Free 

See also Rodgers & McDonald News- Advertiser Group. Sunday circ. VAC 5,212 

Norman A. Moore, Publisher, 2621 W. 54th St. (43). VAC 6,478 Free 

Mortuary Management Monthly Funeral Direct.. 1914 3 27 140 3.00 

William Berg, Editor and Publisher, 810 S. Robertson Blvd. (35). 

Motor Life Monthly Automotive 1951 3 28 140 3.50 *172,747 

Donald Werner, Editor; Quinn Publications, Inc., 6969 Hollywood Blvd. (28). 

Motor Transportation in 1 M f , , frt m 1925 3 26 140 2.60 

The West.. [Monthly Motor Trans 2 40 140 

R. N. Hutchinson, Editor; Motor Transportation, Publisher, Controlled circ. >21,128 
829 Roosevelt Bldg. (17). 

Motor Trend Monthly Motoring Ints.... 1949 3 27 140 3.50*390,449 

Walter A. Woron, Editor; Petersen Publishing Co., 5959 Hollywood Blvd. (28). 

Music of the West Magazine.Monthly {& jftjvfew^^ 1945 3 26 14 2 ' 5 

Alta Turk Everett, Editor; Music of the West Magazine, Publisher, 
5502 Santa Monica Blvd. (38). 

National Equipment Review See Equipment Distribution. 

National Voice Bi-weekly Temperance 1870 5 24 217 2.00 10,000 

Ethel Hubler, Editor and Publisher, 315 S. Broadway (13). 

fOld Age Pen- IQJO c o A *>17 9 Aft *7 AAA 

National Welfare Advocate -[-Monthly jsums^Social 1942 controlled free dist. 5,345 

Arthur L. Marek, Editor; California Institute of Social Welfare, Publisher, 
1031 S. Grand Ave. (15). 

Navigation Quarterly Navigation 1946 2 32 105x10.00 

John Dohm, Editor; Institute of Navigation, University of California, 
Publisher, 405 Hilgard Ave. (24). 

New Counter Freezer News... Monthly { Cream Trade 1933 5 24 189 8 ' 00 

L. T. Chapman, Ed.; New Counter Freezer News, Pub., 6087 Sunset Blvd. (28). 

New Japanese American fEvg. ex. Sun. r^i nn .**. *C\AI c ox oox 10 AA RC K/JI 

News-f (Jap. & Eng.) 1 & Mon., Sun. M. Independent " 1947 5 24 224 13 ' 00 5 ' 563 

Tetsuo Sato, Editor; New Japanese American News Publishing Co., Inc., 

323 E. 2nd St. (12). 

New Korea (Korean) Thursday Educational 1905 7 24 238x10.00 $463 

C. H. Choy, Editor; Korean National Assn., Pub., 1368 W. Jefferson Blvd. (7). 

Northeast Star Re view -f Thursday Independent 1933 8 24 289 1.80VAC2,O02 

Bulletin News Publications, 6722 N. Fteueroa St. (42). VAC 6,995 Free 

Northwest Leader -f Thursday Independent 1930 8 23 294 3.50 

Gerald T. Deal, Publisher, 3609 Edenhurst Ave. (39). VAC 11,005 Free 

NU ?SpaS^ a ^ Religious 1925 2 40 128 .75 

Interdenominational Council on Spanish Speaking Work, Publisher, 
2834 Granville Ave. (64). 

Occidental-f V Friday Collegiate 1890 5 23 210 3.00 J1.600 

Associated Students of Occidental College, Publishers, 1600 Campus Road (41). 

Opinion, La -f (Spanish) Every Morn....Independent 1926 3 23 294 18.00^*12,311 

Color advertising accepted. Sunday circ.**14,237 

Alfredo Gonzales, Editor; Ignacio E. Lozano, Jr., Pub., 1486 S. Main St. (16). 



Circulation **Sept. A.8.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
8P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher's Report; Light lace, estimated. +Uses Mats. $> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. fCountr seat Population -1950 Census. xRand McNallj 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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Optometric World ................... Monthly .......... Optometrical ..... 1912 2 36 120 8.00 - 

E Tufft, Editor; Occidental Publishing Co., 4328 Sunset Blvd. (29). 
Overture-h ............................... Monthly .......... Labor ................. 1921 5 24 213 x2.60 16,000 

Max Herman, Editor; Musicians Mutual Protective Assn., Local 47. A. F. of M., 
Publisher, 817 N. Vine St. (38). 



Pacific Citen + ..................... Friday ............. {l^Citi's 1931 6 22 217 4 ' 00 86 ' 000 

Harry Honda, Ed.; Japanese American Citi's League, Pub., 268 E. First St. (12). 
Pacific Coast Packer See Packer, Kansas City, Mo. 

^tMAS^t" 1 * I** .......... Hotel & Rest ..... V^l un^id Lt *IS% 

j! D Minste?. EditoVV Pacific Coast Record, Inc., Pub., 412 W. Sixth St. (14). 

Pacific Mountain States Industrial News See Los Angeles Industrial News. 

Pan American Guide to the l o ,,rt*>rlv i Lat - American 1953 2 24 91 

U. S A (Span )( off set )....} Quarterly ........ {Travelers Controlled free dist. 25,000 

Edward P. Bailey, Editor and Publisher, Box 46067 Cole Station (46). 

ParklabreaNews-f ................. Bi-wkly, Thu.Jndependent ....... 1947 4 24 154 ^^ 

Joseph L. Du Plain, Editor and Publisher, 633 S. La Brea Ave. (36). 4,506 Free 

Park La Brea Reporter -f ....... Wednesday ..... Independent ...... 1949 5 24 224 3.50 650 

See also Waxman Publications, Inc. 4,100 Free 

Al S. Waxman, Editor; Waxman Publications, Inc., 8300 W. 3rd St. (48). 

Parkside Journal See Griffith Park News. 

Patterson's California lur^M- ,.< 1941 8 28 12 4 - 

Beverage Gazetteer .......... }Monthly .......... Beverages .......... Controlled circ. >9,850 

Florence B. Patterson and Mrs. L. Otto, Publishers, 1709 W. Eighth St. (14). 



Personalist ............................... Quarterly ........ { | h R3 ph> "** 192 l 54 105 2 * It2 

Dr. R. T. Flewelling, Editor; Univ. of So. Calif..' Pub., 8518 University Ave. (7). 

fFishin'g & IQ.IQ n o 140 4 00 
Pesca Y Marina (Span.) ......... Bi-monthly ..... {Marine Trade 1949 Con Rolled free dist. 7,000 

I of Lat. Amer. 
J. Carner Ribalta, Juan Arias, Editors ; Fernando Flores, Ltd., Publisher, 

Box 46067, Cole Station (46). 
Petroleum World and Oil ........ Thursday ........ Petrol. Indus ..... 1910 4 26 210 3.00 *2,584 

Prints technical magazine edition last week of month. Size, 3-26-140. 
Russell R. Palmer, Editor; Palmer Publications, 412 W. Sixth St. (14). 

Pet Shop Management ........... Monthly .......... Pet Supplies ...... 1947 Con tilled* free dist. t4*,265 

Irma W. Hall, Editor; I. W. Hall Publishing Co., 618 South Western Ave. (5). 

Pico Post-f ............................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1928 8 23 294 5.00 

Prints edition for Beverly Hills. Circ., 6,500 Free 27,500 Free 

P. V. Parker, Ed.; The Pico Post, Pub., 1439 S. Robertson Blvd. (35). 

Pico Reporter See Wilshire Reporter. 

Pictorial California and the !. _ fVt , f Calif. Pict. 1QOK . 97 171 Kft 
Pacific ................................. jBi-monthly ..... j & Featureg 1925 4 27 171 2.50 

Printed in rotogravure. 

Vivian Swarzwald, Editor and Publisher, 1314 Wilshire Blvd. (17). 
Pictorial Living See Examiner. 

Plant Equipment News See Equipment Distribution. 
Popular Ceramics ..................... Monthly .......... Ceramics ............ 1949 2 28 112 4.00 $36,164 

Fred De Llden, Editor and Publisher, 6015 Santa Monica Blvd. (38). 
Press See Westwood Hills Press. 

Printers Exchange Bulletin....Monthly .......... {fnt" 16 " 1936 4 24 154 

Estella W. Cranston, Publisher, 5160 E. Valley Place (32). 
Projective Techniques 1 rTx,,,Ux, 

Monographs (no adv.) [Quarterly ........ [tbmpy 1936 2 26 105 6 * I 1 ' 900 

Bertram R. Forer, Ph.D., Editor; Society for Projective Techniques, Publisher, 

2170 Live Oak Drive, E. (28). 
Rafu Shimpo (Jap. & Eng.) Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent ....... 1903 8 24 280 13.00 810,266 

Teiho Hashida, Editor; Akira Komai, Publisher, 242 S. San Pedro St. (12). 
Rancho Park Citizen See Citizen, Beverly Hills. 
Rancho Park Independent See Independent. 

Rangefinder, The ..................... Monthly .......... j Photographer Controlled free dist. ^954 

Janet Marshall, Ed.; The Rangefinder, Inc., Pub.. 5463 Virginia Ave. (29). 



Reeves Journal, Plumbing- l Mnnf)llv Sf*' 192 2 41 14 3.00VAC5,098 

Heating- Air Conditioning [ Monthly .......... | Air CoW Controlled circ. VAC 1,935 

Glover Hendrickson, Editor; Reeves Journal, Inc., Publisher, 
3665 S. Vermont Ave. (7). 

Rental Yard Register ............. Monthly .......... Rent'l Ind ........... 1957 Controlled 1 free dlJt frlOO 

James J. Gartland, Editor and Publisher, 1300 West 24th St. (7). 

Reporter .................................... Wednesday ..... Independent ....... 1945 5 24 224 8.60 800 

See also Waxman Publications, Inc. 10,220 Free 

Al S. Waxman, Editor; Waxman Publications, Inc., 8800 W. 3rd St. (48). 



OrmUtlon **Sept. A B.C. Statement: *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement: Bold face, sworn: tPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. ^Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty teat Potmlatlon1950 Census. xRand McNaUy 
estimate. VI>*ued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fee. 

BE SURE TO READ th Gold* to the UM of the Director? to front of book. 

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Restaurant Service Voice libr rtt ,tMtr w.*'. T^ 1950 3 28 140 2.00 

of the Eating Industry + [Monthly .......... Eat g Indus ........ Controlled free dist. \ 10,000 

Norman Phillip, Editor; Service Publishing Co., 1285 S. Orange Dr. (19). 
Rod and Custom (offset) ........ Monthly .......... { Aotomotfve l958 2 28 10 8 ' 00 * 150 ' 464 

Spencer Murray, Editor; Quinn Publications, Inc., 5969 Hollywood Blvd. (28). 
Rodgers & McDonald News-Advertiser Group: Comprised of Angeles Mesa News- 
Advertiser; Tribune News-Advertiser: Morningside-Imperial News -Advertiser; 
Westchester News-Advertiser; News-Advertiser of Inglewood, Combined circ. paid 31,055 
Space sold individually or in combination as a group 56,269 Free 

See individual listings. Sunday circ. 31,055 

Norman A. Moore, Publisher, 2621 W. 54th St. (43). 31,353 Free 

Science of Mind (no adv.) ..... Monthly .......... Religious ........... 1927 2 23 86 3.50 

Willis H. Kinnear. Editor; Institute of Religious Science and Philosophy, Pub- 
lisher. 8251 W. Sixth St. (5). 



Sea and Pacific Motor Boat ..... Monthly .......... ^Ycht'g**'* 1908 2 40 14 3 ' 00 * 28 ' 518 

Dale H. Budlong, Editor; Miller Freeman Pub'ns, 3501 Eagle Rock Blvd. (65). 
Sentinel -f (Negro) ................. Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1934 8 23 294 6.50**21,993 

L. H. Washington. Jr., Editor and Publisher, 1112 East 43rd St. (11). 
Sets in Order (offset) ............ Monthly .......... Square Danc'g... 194 8 2 31 105 2.50 J14.522 

Printed in two editions: Regular; Callers. 

Bob Osgood, Editor and Publisher, 462 N. Robertson Blvd. (48). 

1951 



Jim Auxier. Editor; The Skin Diver, Publisher, P. O. Box 128, Lynwood. 
Soaring ...................................... Bi-monthly ..... {g^*.'.** 1936 8 26 134 4 - * 2 ' 110 

Lloyd M. Licher, Editor; The Soaring Society of America, Inc., Publisher, 
P. O. Box 66071 (66). 

S Relef rch nd S Cial }Bi-monthly ..... Sociology ........... 1916 1 50 107 3.50 977 

Martin H! Newmeyeri Editor; University of Southern California Press, Publisher, 
3518 University Ave. (7). 

Southeast Wave-Star-f .......... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1939 8 23 294 29,314 Free 

Stanley Roberts, Editor; G. G. Hair, Publisher, 1016 W. Vernon Ave. (37). 

South End Bee -f .................... Wednesday ....Independent ...... 1933 5 24 224 5.00 

South End Bee Corporation, Publisher, 10910 S. Main St. (3). 26,000 Free 

S Rl h v1ew v alif0rnU A1Umnl } M nthly .......... Coll. Alumni ...... 1916 3 25 132 1.00 20,000 

George C. Jordan, Mgn. Ed.; Gen'l Alumni Assn., Publisher, University Park. 

Southern California Busi- \Monday .......... Ch. of Com .......... 1922 4 26 173x25.00 $8,260 

ness (no adv.) .................... J 

John M. Martin, Editor; Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Publisher, 
404 S. Bixel St. (54). 

S Journal Calif0 . r ............. Ret. Groc ........... 1914 J \\] 2 ' - 

S. M. ' White, 'EdlVsV'Calif. Retail Grocers Assn., Pub., 1206 Maple Ave. (16). 

Southern Calif. Law Review V. 4 ti. a yr .......... Law .................... 1927 1 53 108 4.00 

Faculty and Students of the School of Law of the University of Southern Cali- 
fornia. Editors and Publishers, 3660 University Ave. (7). 

/an 1 ? 1 * JMonthly .......... Religious ........... 1935 3 26 134 1.50 8,377 

Not issued during August. 

Edward A. K. Hackett, Editor; Presbytery of Los Angeles, Publisher, 
1501 Wilshire Blvd. (17). 

l ( f no n adv ) JMonthly .......... Labor ................. 1941 5 22 217 xl.50 98,786 

James Shourt, Editor -Joint Council No. 42 of S. Calif., Publisher. 

1616 West 9th St. (15). 

Southern California ) Morn.ex.Sat. Pftn<10 .: ftf<i 1915 8 23 294x4.00 300 

Trojan +V ......................... f & Sun. Collegiate ........... 5,700 Free 

Students of the University of S. Calif.. Publisher, 3518 University Ave. (7). 
Southside Journal .................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1938 8 23 298 4.00 2,122 

D. W. Robinson, Editor and Publisher, 8855 S. Broadway (3). 31,078 Free 

Southwest Builder and \w^, v f Archi., Bldg. 1893 3 28 14710.00 4,188 

Contractor .......................... f Uriday ............. \ & En ^ Controlled free dist. 2,423 

Issues daily Construction Reports to its advertisers. 

Prints Engineering and Public Works Edition second Friday of each month. 
Qualified paid >3,886; Controlled circ >2,023. Architecture and Building 
Edition fourth Friday of every month. Qualified paid >4,100; Controlled circ. 

**2,9 3QO 

John M. Server, Jr.. Editor; lies Ayars Publishing Co., 1660 Beverly Blvd. (26). 

Southwestern Purchasing \ Mrmf Mv Pm- Airts 1921 3 28 14 x4 - 00 ** 

Agent .................................. [Monthly .......... Pur. Agts ........... Controlled free dist. 2,618 

See also Associated Purchasing Publications, Cleveland, Ohio. 

R. W. Brick. Editor; Purchasing Agents Association of Los Angeles. Inc., 

Publisher. 412 W. 6th St. (14). 
f Southwestern Sun-h ............... Sun. & Thurs.Jndependent ....... 1947 8 23 294 



1 Southwest Topics-Wave -f.... Sun. & Thurs-.Independent ....... 1921 8 23 29418.00 9,105 

L S. U. Roberts. Ed.; G. G. Hair. Publisher, 1016 W. Vernon Ave. (87). 14,688 Free 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.8.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn: ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. < Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallj 
estimate. \nued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee, 

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Southwest Wave -f Sun. & Thurs.. Independent 1920 8 23 29418.00 9,366 

S. U. Roberta* Editor; G. G. Hair, Publisher, 1016 W. Vernon Ave. (37). 12,406 Free 

(Rocket & Q QA I^A IOKA 

Space Age News Monday Im^n^ld ^ontrVuedcirc. 18,450 

Hal Spector and M. H. Waldraan, Editors ; Space Age Publications, Inc., 
6066 Sunset Blvd. (28). 

Star Review Thursday Independent 1913 8 24 294 8.00 380 

Ned Redding, Editor and Publisher, 8717 Compton Ave. (2). 6,000 Free 

Syrian-American News Semi-mo Syr. Amer. Int... 1932 Controlled free dist. 4JOO 

S. S. Mamey, Ed.; Syrian- Amer. News Co., Pub., 811 S. Sierra Bonita Ave. (86). 

Tailwagger Bi-monthly Dogs 1938 8 27 140 1.50 

J. G. Lindsay, Editor; Tailwagger Foundation, Publisher, 1008 N. Fairfax (46). 

Tax Digest (no adv.) Monthly {pSfrfnan. 1925 2 29 115 x5 ' 00 * 4 ' 800 

William O. Mager, Editor; Calif. Taxpayers' Assn.,' Publisher, 
750 Pacific Electric Bldg. (14). 

Technocrat, The (no adv.) Quarterly Technocracy 1938 2 40 126 

Subscription price $3.00 for 12 issues. 

Kay Dunagan, Editor; The Technocrat, Publisher, 8113 S. Vermont Ave. (44). 

Monthlv I Teenage 1957 3 27 140 3.00 196,523 

Teen Monthly ] Activities 2 41 140 

Charles Laufer, Editor; Robert E. Petersen, Publisher. 5959 Hollywood Blvd.(28). 

ekinLosAnseles-.....^ {S?^"" 1943 ContrlV e !ist .'ooS 

Distributed free in and around Los Angeles' leading hotels, restaurants. 
Audrey Redding, Editor; Ned Redding, Publisher, 1023 N. Western Ave. (29). 

t l ) bred f Calif rnia }Monthly Horse Breed'g... 1941 3 27 133 4.00 

Dr. F. P "Miller, Editor; California Thoroughbreed Breeders Assn., Publisher, 

201 Colorado Place, Arcadia, Calif. 

Tidings, The + Friday Catholic 1895 8 23 301 4.00 *87,325 

Msgr. Patrick Roche, Editor; James F. Cardinal Mclntyre, Publisher, 
1530 W. Ninth St. (15). 

f1? . - w ,, 1954 3 26 140 3.00 

Tile Magazine Monthly Til- Indus 2 40 14 

I 1 Ue Indus. Controlled circ. VAC 8,504 

Fred T. Russell, Editor; Wilson-Loveton Publications, 1606 Highland Ave. (28). 

Times-f Every Morn... Ind. Rep 1881 8 22 801 27.00**476,746 

Color advertising accepted. Sunday circ.-jlr*857,175 

Nick B. Williams, Editor; Times-Mirror Company, Publisher, 

202 W. First St. (53). 

Tours and Cruises Quarterly Trav. Trade 1953 2 48 154 1.75 

Printed in two editions: Travel Trade Ed.; Travel Agents Ed. 
Leonard Miller, Editor; Universal-Interchange, Inc., Publisher, 
Interchange Bldg., Hollywood and Sunset Blvds. (27). 

T .. iuf>,i v (Family Trailer 1941 3 28 140 2.50 15,721 

Trailer Life Monthly ^ Living Controlled free dist. 5,623 

David F. Lyon, Ed.; Trailer Coach Association, Pub., 607 S. Hobart Blvd. (5). 
Tribune -f (Negro) Friday Democratic 1940 5 24 294 3.50 10,000 

Lucius W. Lomax, Jr., Editor and Publisher, 2323 W. Jefferson Blvd. (18). 
Tribune News- Advertiser 4-. ..Thursday Independent 1925 8 24 294 3.60 

See also Rodgers & McDonald News- Advertiser Group. VAC 14,036 Free 

Charles Aydelotte, Editor; Norman A. Moore, Publisher, 2621 W. 54th St. (43). 
TV Tab See Chicago, 111. 

U ^hwV^ 1U (offseff 8ra " JMonthly Coll. Alumni 1925 3 28 140 5.00 12,500 

University of California at Los Angeles Alumni Assn., Publisher, 
402 Westwood Blvd. (24). 

UCLA Daily Bruin 4- V f 5? cs!l; eX ' Sat ' Collegiate .. 1919 5 24 210 5.00 $17,000 

I <K oun. 

Associated Students of University of California at Los Angeles, Publisher, 

402 Westwood Blvd. (24). 
Union Nouvelle-f- (Fr.&Eng.).. Saturday Independent 1879 8 24 301 3.00 1,200 

Maurice Fog, Ed.; L'Union Nouvelle Pub. Co., Inc., 310 W. Olympic Blvd. (15). 
Veteran's Sentry -f Monthly Vet. Affairs 1939 5 24 210 3.00 $20,000 

Paul Collins, Editor and Publisher, 1047 W. 24th St. (7). 

Waxman Publications, Inc. Comprised of: Beverly Hills Reporter; Los Angeles 
Reporter; Park La Brea Reporter, Wilshire Reporter includes Pico Reporter. 

Space sold in combination as a group. See individual listings. Circ. 40,750 Free 

Waxman Publications, Inc., 8300 W. 3rd St. (48). 

Westchester News-Adver- l Qlt1 - T , flY . a T i.i** 1945 8 24 294 1-20 VAC 7.606 

tiger + f Sun ' & Thurs-.Independent VAC 6,415 Free 

See also Rodgers & McDonald News-Advertiser Group. 

Charles Aydelotte, Editor; Norman A. Moore, Publisher, 2621 W. 54th St. (43). 

f Wholesale IOAK o oc IAI\ Q nn 

West Coast Druwrist Monthly jg^Jgg, Controlled circ J7.700 

Bert Butterworth, Editor; Wilson-Loveton Publica'ns, 1606 Highland Ave. (28). 

Western Apparel Industry -f. Monthly Apparel Indus. ...1945 3 27 144 3.00 $664 

Frank R. Ackerman, Publisher, 112 W. 9th St. (15). Controlled free dist. $2,362 



Circulation fr*Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *Jur,e and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. O Nonpareil 
etna, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallt 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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LOS ANGELESf (Continued) Estab Cols<3> Width V Depth Sub 

Western Automotive Journal. Monthly .......... {Tr^de" ^ 6 1985 2 42 140 2 ' 

James J. Gartland, Editor and Publisher, 1300 W. 24th St. (7). Controlled circ. 
Western Aviation .................... Monthly .......... Avia. Indus ........ 1925 8 g^tro^ed circ. 

Western Aviation Magazine, Inc., Publisher, 2700 W. Third St. (57). 

w _. far ._ p n **im. MnnfMv [Carbonated 1919 3 26 140 2.00 

Western Bottler ....................... Monthly .......... ( Bey Indus Controlled circ. 

Virgil Hobb, Editor; Occidental Publishing Co., 4328 Sunset Blvd. (29). 

ttog!!!!f."? .......... JMonthly .......... Brewing ............. 1893 8 28 140 3.00 

Cleo Braddock, Editor; Occidental Publishing Co., 4328 Sunset Blvd. (29). 
City ............................ Monthly .......... Municipal ........... 1924 3 Contro'lld'ci 

W. R. Updegraflf, Editor; League of Calif. Cities, Pub., 440 Statler Center (17). 
Western Dairy Journal .......... Month* .......... {. m4 c'ontSUJL dist 

Jim Flint, Editor; Nelson R. Crow, Publisher, 4511 Product Plaza (58). 
Western Electronic News ...... Monthly .......... (& '"3 8 |6 UO 

Donald J. Thompson, Editor; Western Electronics News, Inc., Controlled circ. >1 2,675 

Publisher, 10373 W. Pico Blvd. (64). 

Western Fabrics, Curtains \ Mn fVl i v f Curtains & 1945 3 28 143 3.00 

and Draperies .................... }Monttily .......... \Draperies Controlled circ. 

Bruce Bryan, Editor; Neitzel Publishing Co., 4328 Sunset Blvd. (29). 
Western Floors ........................ Monthly .......... Floor Cov'gs ...... 1952 2 40 140 2.00 

Western States Publications, Inc., 6905 Melrose Ave. (38). Controlled circ. 



>20,180 
>16,417 

>3,254 



>9,112 



>4,706 



>5,108 



. 
Mimi K. Phillips, Editor ; Robert B. Logan, Publisher, 1516 Westwood Blvd. (24). 

Western Grower and \ ,,, fX e ?^ M r !, 1929 3 26 140 2. 50 VAC 1,859 

Shipper -f ............................ ^Monthly .......... jPo^ato^Grow g Controlled circ. VAC 1,720 



26 140x2.00 



39 



HO 



6 ' 



44 ' 312 



Western Grower and Shipper Pub. Co., 3091 Wilshire Blvd. (5) 
Western Housing .................... Monthly .......... Apartments ....... 1919 3 

George Drake, Editor; Apartment Assn. of 

Los Angeles Co., Inc., Publisher, 551 S. Oxford St. (5). 

Western Industrial Empire + . Monthly ......... {^SSSrl 1 ' 19 " I 

John J. Gregory, Editor; G. Wood, Publisher, 2225 Southwest Dr. (43). 

Western Livestock Journal + Monthly .......... {^fforsl.? 1922 3 2T 14 6 - 

Printed in two editions: Mountain and Plains States Ed., circ. 19,941; Pacific 

Slope Ed., circ. 24,471. 

Also prints special bound-in section each month called Horses and Horsemen. 
Forrest Bassford, Editor; Nelson R. Crow, Publisher, 4511 Produce Plaza (58). 

(Mat'l Hand'g 1958 3 27 140 4.00 
Western Material Handling.. .Monthly ...... \ & Indus. Pkg. 2 40 140 

[Equip. Controlled circ. VAC 9,145 

Baymer Publications, Inc., 410 N. Larchmont Ave. (4). 
Western MeUlworkln. ........... Monthly .......... {^^tS'ti. l "' ' cl 

Nat. Wood, Editor; Jenkins Publishing Co., 2035 Miramar St. (57). 

W Cre e am New. + 1. 1 ?! .......... }*" ............. {cream Dealer, 19 *4 

Henry Adam Morse, Publisher, 656 S. Los Angeles St. (14). 

W l ste . Outdoor News and! 1954 

Pacific Fish and Game ^Friday ............. Outdoor Life ...... 

News + .............................. J 

Burt Twilegar, Editor: Western Outdoor Publishing Corp., 

1100 W. Olympic Blvd. (15). 
Western Paint Review ............ Monthly .......... Paint Indus ........ 1920 

R. W. Linley, Editor; Linley Pub. Co., 1872 W. 54th St. (62) 



>7,866 



"<> *" * 3 ' 112 



5 2 3 217 4.50 
Controlled free dist. 



27 140 2.50 
Controlled circ. 



38,006 
4,268 



>26,328 



W 



............ 

Robert Black and Roby Wentz, Editors ; West Coast Publications, Inc., 

1605 N. Cahuenga Blvd. (28). 
estern^Sporting Goods | M onthly .......... Sporfg Goods. ...1920 3 26 140 8.00 

Howard Oiansky, Editor; Western Sporting Goods Review, Publisher, 
6905 Melrose Ave. (38). 

Western Trucking .................. Monthly .......... ^Industry Controlled circ. VAC 14,983 

Fred T. Russell, Editor; Wilson-Loveton Pub'ns, 1606 N. Highland Ave. (28). 
Westlake Post-f ..................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1934 8 23 294 8.60 

Gerald Deal, Publisher, P. O. Box 20730 (6). VAC 12,627 Free 

West Los Angeles Citizen See Citizen, Beverly Hills. 
West Los Angeles Independent See Independent. 
Westways-f ............................. Monthly .......... Motoring ............ 1909 3 27 144 1.50 196,249 

Automobile Club of S. Calif., Publisher, 2601 S. Figueroa St. (54). 
Westwood Hills Citizen-f ....... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1928 8 22 298 3.50 J2 500 

Bill Reeder, Editor; David B. Heyler, 427 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills. $10,000 Free 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement: *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
P.O. Statement: Bold face, sworn; tPubliher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. 4> Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to Inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNmlly 
estimate. V ^ Issued only during academic year. xSubscriptton included in membership fee. 

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Westwood Hills Press See Independent 

Wilshire Citizen -f ................... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1928 8 22 298 8.60 $4.000 

Cliff Johnaon, Editor: David B. Heyler, Publisher, $11,000 Free 

427 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills. 

Wilshire Press & Miracle l Thllva/ , nv T ^n^f 1923 8 23 294 5.00 VAC 16 
Mile Press + ...................... {Thursday ........ Independent ....... VAC 3O.374 Free 

Gerald T. Deal. Publisher, 939 S. Western Ave. (6). 

Wilshire Reporter includes \r^,, a/ i a ^ T^~,^+ 1945 5 24 224 8.50 

Pico Reporter + ................ J Wednesday ..... Independent ....... 14,OOO Free 

See also Waxman Publications, Inc. 

Al S. Waxman, Editor; Waxman Publications, Inc., 8300 West 3rd St. (48). 

Woodberries-f V ..................... Bi-wkly, Fri ..... Collegiate ......... 1922 6 24 224 1.50 2,100 

Students of Woodbury College, Eds. and Pubs., 1027 Wilshire Blvd. (17). 

World Affairs .......................... Quarterly ........ Internal. Rela.... 1930 1 60 94 3.00 $600 

Richard Van Alstyne, Editor; Univ. of S. Calif., Pub., 3618 University Ave. (7). 

Wyvernwood Chronicle-f- ....... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1961 8 22 290 8.00 

Joseph Eli Kovner, Editor and Publisher, 2613 Brooklyn Ave. (83). 7,600 Free 

LOS BANGS (E6%), pop. - (special U. S. Census 7-14-56, gives 5,418); Merced 
Co. (C). 60 m NW of Fresno. SP RR. Creamery; cheese factory. Diversified 
farming. Dairying, alfalfa, vegetables, cotton, melons. 
Enterprise-f- ............................ Friday ............. Independent ....... 1888 7 24 280 3.00 $2,026 

F. A. Merrick and F. R. Melvin, Editors and Publishers. 

LOS GATOS (D6), pop. 4,907; Santa Clara Co. (W). 50 m S of San Francisco. SP RR. 
Oil wells; quicksilver mines. Health resort. Fruit cannery; wineries. Dehydrators, 
gopher traps, radar and radio tubes, trailers manufactured. Nurseries. Fruit, 
poultry farms. Prunes, apricots, peaches. 

Times-Observer ........................ [| v * u x - S**' Independent ....... 1936 8 22 294 12.00 4,509 

Prints West Valley Shopping News on Thursday for free distribution. Circ. 9,715. 
George R. Kane, Editor and Publisher. 

LOWER LAKE (C6), pop. X660; Lake Co. (C). 30 m N of Santa Rosa. Railroad sta- 
tion, Ca lie toga. SP RR. Lake resort. Machine shops; saw mill. Agriculture. 
Walnuts, peas, cattle. 
Clear Lake Observer + ........... Thursday ........ Republican ........ 1936 8 23 280 3.00 2,135 

Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Hanchett, Editors and Publishers. 

LUCERNE VALLEY (J9), pop. X83. San Bernardino Co. (SE). 30 m NE of San 
Bernardino. Nearest bank and railroad station Victorville. Agriculture. Alfalfa, 



....! ....................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1955 6 24 224 3.50 1,072 

John Hudson, Editor and Publisher. 

LYNWOOD (C10%), pop. 25,823 (special U. S. Census 11-4-53, gives 28,124); Los 
Angeles Co. (S). Adjacent to Los Angeles. SP; PE RRs. 

Manufactures printing presses, gears, stop signals, gas pumps, chemical com- 
pounds. Machine shops. Residential. Three banks; 11,874 electric meters; 
10,900 gas meters. 
Herald-American See Herald-American, Compton. 

FNM+ ..................................... Thurada, ........ Independent ....... > 928 8 2 * 283 &* 

Allen T. Witter, Ed.; Allen T. and Jessie T. Witter, Pubs., 3237 Mulford Ave. 

MADERA (E6%). pop. 10,497 (special U. S. Census 11-1-57, gives 13,872); Madera 
Co. (SO. 22 m NW of Fresno. SP; AT&SF RRs. Olive oil, cottonseed oil, 
lumber mills ; wineries ; creameries : sheet metal works ; nursery ; hatcheries. 
Granite quarry ; Sugar pine timber. Farming. 

News-Tribune* ....................... l^;^' ^^ Independent ....... 1892 8 22 294 18.80 54.225 



Comic strip advertising accepted. 

Prints News-Tribune Shopper each Thursday for free distribution. Circ. 4,000. 

Dean Lesher, Publisher. 

MALIBU (G9%), pop. 2,828; Los Angeles Co. (S). Adjacent to Santa Monica, nearest 

railroad station. PE RR. Residential. 
Independent See Independent, Santa Monica. 
Times 4- .................................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1946 7 24 280 3.00 

Reeves D. Tern pie man, Editor; Reeves D. and Eileen Templeman, Publishers, 
22287 Pacific Coast Hwy. 

MANHATTAN BEACH (Cll), pop. 17,830 (special U. S. Census 8-16-57, gives 32,535) ; 

Los Angeles Co. (S). 16 m SW of Los Angeles. AT&SF RR. Pottery. Resort. 

Residential. 
Messenger 4- ............................ Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1988 7 24 280 2.60 

Lyle M. Webb, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 607. 
News-f ..................................... Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1912 8 24 283 2.50 2,651 

David Dessau, Editor and Publisher. 
Tide See Hermosa Beach. 

MANTECA (D5%), pop. 8,804 (special U. S. Census 4-29-58, gives 6,995); San 
Joaquin Co. (C). 12 m 3 of Stockton. SP; TS RRs. Wineries; sugar refinery; 
fruit and vegetable cannery; olive oil mill; hatcheries. Diversified farming. 
Alfalfa, grapes, melons. 
Bulletin -f- ................................. Thursday ........ Ind. Rep ............. 1908 8 23 287 8.50 $2,716 

Geo. D. Murphy, Jr., Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 912. 

CfacoIatloa-HHtSept. A B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uies Mats. ^Nonpared 
cms, 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCotsnty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallj 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in memberahip fee. 

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Estab Coif <& Width VDeflth Sub Circ 

MARINA Independent See Independent, Santa Monica. 

MARIPOSAt (F6), pop. X550; Mariposa Co. (C). 6 m N of Fresno. Railroad station, 
Merced. AT&SF; SP RRs. Saw mill. Tourist resort. Pine timber. Diversified 
farming. Grain, fruit, hay. 

Gazette -f Thursday Independent 1854 8 24 280 8.00 81*700 

M. D. Campbell, Editor and Publisher. 

MARTINEZf (C5%), pop. 8,268 (special U. S. Census 7-16-57, gives 8,769); Contra 
Costa Co. ( W). On Strait of Carquines, 20 m by water NE of San Francisco. Boat 
connections. Oil refineries; copper smelter; wineries; fertilizer, soap, brick, 
television parts, fire engines, chemical, valve manufacturers. Fisheries. Agri- 
culture. Walnuts, grapes, dairy products. 

Contra Costa Gazette -f j| v ^* x - Sat> Republican 1858 8 24 204 15.00 7,265 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

Prints Contra Costa Gazette Shopper on Wednesday for free distribution. 
Circ., 16,500. 

Contra Costa Standard Friday Independent 1874 8 24 294 2.50 92 

Contra Costa Publishing Co., Inc., P. O. Box 151. 

MAR VISTA See Santa Monica (Independent). 

MARYSVILLEf YUBA CITY (D4%), pop. 15,687 (Marysville, 7,826) (Yuba City, 
7,861); Yuba Co. (NC). On Feather River, 60 m N of Sacramento. SP; WP; 
SN RRs. Airline, PC. Yuba College. Fruit canning and drying; quick freezing 
plant; logging, welding, boat works; fishing tackle, trailer factories. Fruit, 
dairying, cattle raising. 

Appeal-Democrat -f Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1860 8 24 294 18.00**11,836 

Color advertising accepted. 
Robert C. Hardie, Publisher. 

MAXWELL (C4), pop. X800; Colusa Co. (NC). 74 m NW of Sacramento. SP RR. 
Lumber mill. Agriculture. Rice, sugar beets, wheat, barley. 

Tribune-}- Wednesday Republican 1919 8 24 308 2.50 442 

Bob and Ray Weston, Editors and Publishers. 

MAYWOOD (C10%), pop. 18,292 (special U. S. Census 4-29-53, gives 13,483); Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 6 m SE of Los Angeles. Railroad station, Huntington Park. 
SP; AT&SF RRs. Manufactures furniture, steel, automobiles. Residential. 
Diversified farming. 
Bell-Maywood Industrial Post See Bell 

Joumal-h Thursday Independent 1924 5 24 224 2.50 1,915 

H. H. Banninger, Editor; Wm. H. and H. H. Banninger, Publishers. 500 Free 

4852 E. Slauson Ave. 

McFARLAND (F8), pop. 2,188; Kern Co. (S). 25 m NW of Bakersfield. SP RR. Cotton 

oil mill; cotton gins; fruit, produce packed. Diversified farming. Cotton. 
Press-f Thursday Independent 1928 6 24 224 3.00 5723 

George B. Keyzers, Editor and Publisher, 429 Second St. 
Record and News See Delano. 
MENDOCINO (B4), pop. X669; Mendocino Co. (NW). On Pacific Ocean, at mouth of 

Big River, 85 m NW of Santa Rosa. Nearest railroad station, Fort Bragg. CW RR. 

Boat connections. Lumber mill. Redwood, pine timber. Dairy, poultry farms. 
Beacon-f Friday Independent 1877 6 26 280 2.50 23S 

A. A. Heeser, Editor and Publisher. 

MENDOTA (E7), pop. 1,516 (special U. S. Census 8-5-57, gives 2,549); Fresno Co. 
(SW). 80 m W of Fresno. SP RR. Box factory. Ships vegetables, flowers. Diver- 
sified farming. 
Firebaugh-Mendota Journal See Firebaugh. 

MENLO PARK (J8), pop. 13,587 (special U. S. Census 10-14-57, gives 25,669); San 
Mateo Co. (W). 1 m NW of Palo Alto. SP RR. St. Patrick's Seminary (men.) 
Residential. Woodworking machinery; surgical dressings manufactured. Nurs- 

Patrfcia e n,' TheV Quarterly Collegiate 1980 2 26 105 2.00 1,500 

Students of St. Patrick's Seminary, Editors and Publishers. 

Recorder and Gazette -f Thursday Independent 1923 8 24 294 3.00 2,194 

Prints shopper weekly on Thursday called Mid-Peninsula Buy Word. Circ., 

12,490 Free. 

Roger C. Freeberg, Editor; Clarence A. Burley, Publisher, 640 Roble Ave. 

(West'n Homes. 

Sunset Magazine Monthly {Gardens, Food 1898 3 27 140 2.50 *624,838 

I & Travel 

Proctor Mellquist, Editor; Lane Publishing Co. 

MENTONE (H9%), pop. X2.000; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 5 m NE of Redlands, 
nearest bank. AT&SF; SP RRs. Ships citrus fruit. Fruit, poultry farms. 

Times -Herald -f Bi-wkly(Thurs.) Republican.. .. 1949 7 21 294 2.00 

Wesley K. Nary, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box M. 1,000 Free 

MERCEDf (E6), pop. 15,278 (special U. S. Census 8-14-57, gives 20,394) ; Merced Co. 
(C). 55 m N of Fresno. SP; AT&SF RRs. Airline. UAL. Fruits, tomatoes, figs 
packed. Manufactures canned fruits, cement, cor.crete pipe, dairy products. 
Nurseries. Pine timber. Diversified farming. Alfalfa, peaches, figs. 

{ Express + Thursday Independent. 1875 8 23 294 3.00 
Sun-Star+ Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1869 8 23 294 18.00**11,699 
Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
Dean Lesher, Editor and Publisher. 

Ctroilatlon **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +U*es Mats. $ Nonpareil 
ms. 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty teat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNafly 
estimate. yiuued only during academic year. xSubscrlptton included in membership fee. 

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MERCEDf (Continued) Estab Cols Width V Depth Sub Clrc 

Young Man + ........................... Monthly .......... {^fComme^e 1943 5 24 224 x * n ' 600 

Carey L. Bodey, Editor ; California State Junior Chamber of Commerce, 
Publisher, 1103 East 16th St. 

MIDDLETOWN (C6), pop. X450; Lake Co. (NW). 20 m NE of Santa Rosa. Railroad 
station and bank, Calistoga. SP RR. Winery. Summer resort. Quicksilver mine. 
Agriculture. Barley, wheat, alfalfa. 
Times-Star-f ............................ Friday ............. Independent ....... 1921 7 22 280 2.50 - 

Ed. Runyon, Editor and Publisher. 

MILLBRAE (J2H), pop. 8,972 (special U. S. Census 5 3-57, gives 14,508) ; San Mateo 

Co. (W). 16 m S of San Francisco. SP RR. Manufactures paper cartons, steam 

turbines, chemicals. Nurseries. Residential. 
Sun and Leader -f .................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1935 8 22 287 3.00 2378 

Everett E. Bey, Editor; Anne Loftus and Everett E. Bey, Publishers. 5,995 Free 

MILL VALLEY (C5%), pop. 7,331 (special U. S. Census 9-17-57, gives 9,436) ; Marin 

Co. (W). On Richardson Bay, 14 m N of San Francisco. NWP RR. Nursery; 

creamery; planing mill; luggage, hardware manufactured. Residential. Dairy, 

grain farms. 

{Record-f ................................... Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1899 8 24 287 8.50 J3.443 
Circulates also in Belvedere and Tiburon. 
Southern Marin Messenger + . Thursday ........ Shopping ............ 1948 8 24 287 $9,214 Free 
Thomas Collison, Editor and Publisher, 21 Corte Madera Ave. 

( Meat Pack g i Q K K Q oc 1 4ft RAA 
Western Meat Industry ......... Monthly .......... & Related 1956 8 Controlled circ. >2,703 

(.Jnanufac rs 
Donald E. Oman, Editor; Span Publishing Co., Keystone Bldg. 

W vfrse A . Q !! arter ! y ... 0f JQuarterly ........ Poetry ................ 1933 1 50 98 1.00 J950 

Stanton'A.' CobientzrEditor and Publisher, P. O. Box 332. 

MILPITAS (L3), pop. - (special U. S. Census 6-10-57, gives 1,924); Santa Clara 
Co. (W). 5 m N of San Jose. WP RRs. Iron works. Agriculture. Citrus fruit; 
truck crops. 
Post (offset) + ....................... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1955 5 23 224 3.00 979 

Elaine M. Levine, Editor; Morton I. Levine, Publisher, P. O. Box 301. 

MISSION BEACH- See San Diego. 

MODESTOf (D6), pop. 17,389; Stanislaus Co. (C). 29 m SE of Stockton. M&ET; TS; 
SP RRs. Airline UAL. Frozen foods, canning and packing plants. Meat, poultry, 
dairy products, olive oil, crates, dehydrators, chemicals, wine, manufactured. 
Diversified farming. Hay, beans, peaches. 

B- + ........................................ [gig^ independent ....... 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

W. P. Jones, Editor; McClatchy Newspapers, Publisher, 14th and H sts. 
Farmer-Labor News-f ............ Friday ............. Labor ................. 1923 5 24 224 3.00 $5,970 

Olympic Press, Publisher, P. O. Box 693. 
Journal-h .................................. Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1932 5 24 224 1.50 1,115 

Robert P. Frantz, Editor; Stanislaus Publishing Co., 912 13th St. 
Sentinel (offset) ..................... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1951 5 24 224 3.00 

Printed in two editions: East Modesto Ed.; South Modesto Ed. 

R. L. Watson. Editor and Publisher, 713 Fourth St. 
South Side News-f ................. Friday ............. Independent ...... 1944 7 24 280 1.00 

J. C. Schaller, Editor and Publisher, 1410 Crows Landing Rd., Box 1097. 
Tribune-f ................................ Friday ............. Republican ........ 1924 8 24 280 3.00 2,390 

Prints Shopping Guide on Thursday for free distribution. Circ., 12,000. 

Craig Hawley and Roldon P. Sutton, Editors and Publishers. 910 12th St. 

MOJAVE (G8%), pop. 2,055; Kern Co. (S). 50 m SE of Bakersfield. AT&SF; SP RRs. 

Airport. Gold, silver mines. Agriculture. Alfalfa, wheat. 
Desert News-f ........................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1938 8 24 808 3.00 2,600 

Joseph Smith. Editor; Milton Smith, Publisher. 

MONROVIA (D10), pop. 20,186 (special U. S. Census 6-5-57, gives 25,286); Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 17 m NE of Los Angeles. SP; PE RRs. Fruit packing plants; 
planing mills. Manufactures paint, water heaters, wooden heels, gloves, textiles, 
dairy products, feed, color pigments. Agriculture. Fruits. 
News-Post-f ............................ Evg. ex. Sun...Independent ....... 1886 8 24 28012.00^*8,414 

Color advertising accepted. 

Elwood Irwin, Editor; W. L. Taylor, Publisher. 

flnt. Desig'rs IQCQ o KA 

West CoMt Source Book ....... Bi-monthly ..... Home Controlled free dist 



Printed in four Previews Editions; size 4 cols., 23 nonps., 140 agate lines, and 

two Directory Editions; size 2 cols., 28 nonps., 98 agate lines. 
T. J. Sands Publications, 412 W. Lemon Ave. 

MONTEBELLO (C10%), pop. 21,735 (special U. S. Census 9-5-57, gives 30,019); 
Los Angeles Co. (S). 3 m SE of Los Angeles. AT&SF; UP RRs. 

Commercial nurseries. Iron and brass foundries ; furniture, feed, aircraft 
parts, plastics, farm tools, cosmetics manufactured. Oil wells. Dairy, poultry, 
truck farms. 
Messenger -f ............................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1936 5 24 224 2.00 

M. A. Marty. J. Marty, Elizabeth Bushaw, Publishers, 108 W. Beverly Blvd. 

Circulation **Sept. A B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. ^ Nonpareil 
tut, 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch, t County seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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t3,650 



MONTEBELLO (Continued) Estab Cols <3> Width V Depth Sub Clre 

News-f Thursday Independent 1914 8 23 297 4.00 7,360 

Mrs. Vivian Batman, Ed.; Southern Calif. Pub. Co., 109 W. Whittier Blvd. 
MONTECITO Montecito Ledger See Santa Barbara. 

MONTEREY (D7), pop. 16,205 (special U. S. Census 11-7-56, gives 21,840) ; Monterey 
Co. (W). On Monterey Bay, 125 m S of San Francisco. SP RR. Airlines: PC; 
UAL. Boat connections. Sardine fisheries. Resort. Monterey Peninsula College. 
Fish canneries; frozen fish, fruit, vegetable packing plants. Agriculture. Pears, 
artichokes, apples. TV station. 

El Yanqui V (offset) Friday Collegiate 1948 clntrolledfree dist. 

Students of Monterey Peninsula College, Editors and Publishers. 
Monterey Bay Labor News Friday Labor 1937 5 24 224 3.00 

Olympic Press, Publisher, P. O. Box 1410, Salinas. 
Peninsula Herald -h Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1889 8 23 301 18.00 **21,086 

Color advertising accepted. 

Prints Armed Forces Herald monthly, distributed primarily to personnel at 
Fort Ord, Navy Post Grad. School. Army Language School. 

Allen Griffin, Editor; Peninsula Daily Herald Co., Inc., Publisher. 

MONTEREY PARK (CIO %). pop. 20,395 (special U. S. Census 3-24-58, gives 33,045) ; 

Los Angeles Co. (S). 2 m S of Alhambra, nearest railroad station. PE RR. Potato 

chips, illuminating signs, shoes, electronics, chemicals, toys, diesel replacement 

parts manufactured. Residential. 
Californian Thursday Independent 1950 8 23 294 3.50 4,500 

John King-Smith, Publisher, 117 E. Garvey Blvd. 11,595 Free 

Progress-!- Thursday Independent 1918 8 24 294 3.75 5,539 

Eli Isenberg, Editor and Publisher, 202 S. Garfteld Ave. 

MONTROSE (CIO), pop. incl. in La Crescento; Los Angeles Co. (S). 4 m N of Glendale, 
nearest railroad station. SP;UP;PE RRs. Residential. Fruit, truck, poultry farms. 

f Ledger -f Thurs. & Sun.Jndependent 1923 8 23 294 3.00 7,004 

\ Photo-News-f Thursday Independent 1922 8 23 294 15,000 Free 

1 Don Carpenter, Editor; Ted Zack, Publisher, 3700 Ocean View Blvd. 

MOORPARK (G9), pop. 1,146; Ventura Co. (S). 27 m E of Ventura. SP RR. Tomatoes, 
fruits, walnuts packed. Agriculture. Fruit, walnuts, poultry, beans, tomatoes. 

Enterprise + Thursday Independent 1912 8 23 294 3.00 1,200 

Emil Frost, Editor; Ronald W. Sexty, Publisher. 

MORGAN HILL (D6V 2 ), pop. 1,627 (special U. S. Census 5-23-58, gives 2,416) ; Santa 
Clara Co. (W). 20 m SE of San Jose. SP RR. Canneries; poultry processing, cold 
storage plants; feed mills. Ranching. Diversified farming. Prunes, grapes, straw- 
berries. 

Times-f- Friday Republican 1898 6 24 252 2.50 1,635 

Calvin W. Chick, Editor; Ralph W. Slauter, Publisher. 

MORONGO VALLEY News See Desert Journal of Joshua Tree. 

MORRO BAY (E8), pop. 1,659; San Luis Obispo Co. (SW). On Pacific Ocean, 14 m 
W of San Luis Obispo, nearest railroad station. SP RR. Beach resort. Dairy, 
truck, grain farms. 

Sun, The -f Friday Independent 1930 6 24 280 3.00 2,65O 

Linnea Waltz, Editor; J. N. Moses, Publisher, P. O. Box 167. 



$50,000 
3.50 $250,000 

12.00 2,570 



MOUNTAIN VIEW (C6), pop. 6,563 (special U. S. Census 5-21-57, gives 26,023); 
Santa Clara Co. (W). 6 m S of Palo Alto. SP RR. Airport. Fruit, vegetable can- 
neries; olive oil mill; winery. Nurseries. Agriculture. Prunes, apricots, cherries. 

Our Little Friend (no adv.). ...Friday Child Interest... 1890 3 26 138 2.50 

H. E. Sample, Editor; Pacific Press Publishing Assn., 1350 Villa St. 

Signs of the Times Monthly 7th Day Advt.... 1874 3 28 150 

Arthur S. Maxwell, Editor; Pacific Press Publishing Assn., 1350 Villa St. 

{ Regis ter-Leader-f f^X^j^** ^^ Independent 1888 8 23 294 
Color advertising accepted. 
M Shop a p i rng /i N^w"s f Alt S JWednesday Shopping 1954 8 23 294 15,000 Free 

Tom Murphine, Editor; Joseph C. Houghteling, Publisher, 329 Castro St. 

MOUNT SHASTA (C2), pop. 1,909; Siskiyou Co. (N). 75 m SW of Klamath Falls, Ore. 
SP; MCR RRs. Saw mill; box factory. Pine, fir timber. Mountain resort. Agri- 
culture. Strawberries, cabbage, corn. 

Herald-f- Thursday Independent 1903 5 24 230 3.50 ** 1,230 

Orbell 0. Apperson, Jr., Editor and Publisher. 

NAP Af (C6), pop. 13,579 (special U. S. Census 5-13-54, gives 15,290) ; Napa Co. (W). 
On Napa River, 15 m E of Vallejo. SP RR. Fruit canning and drying. Manu- 
factures leather, gloves, shirts, pants, athletic equipment, paper boxes, dairy 
products, wine. Quicksilver mines. Diversified farming. Grapes, fruits, poultry. 

Journal + Thursday Independent 1860 8 24 294 1.50 6,000 

Prints free dist. shopping paper on Wednesday called Shopping News. 
Douglas Tibbits, Jr. and E. H. Fingerlos, Publishers, 1098 Brown St. 

22 175 1.00 2,100 



+ I Wednesday Democratic 1952 6 

Joseph Wiiiis.EdiTorV John A. Nemes, Publisher, 520 Third St. 

Register-f Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Rep 1863 8 

Color advertising accepted 
Napa Valley Publishing Co. 



24 300 15.00 **I2,324 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *.Tune and March A. B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
8 P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; (Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. $ Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. XRand McNally 
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NATIONAL CITY (Hll), pop. 21,199 (special U. S. Census 10-16-57, gives 81,785) ; San 
Diego Co. (8). 6 m SE of San Diego. SD&AE; AT&SF RRs. Oil refinery; citrus 
extract, toy, cabinet factories ; nursery. Residential. Fruit, truck farms. Celery, 
lemons. 

Ch S^New+ ti nal Clty } Sunday Independent . 1882 8 24 294 8.00 7,782 

Prints^on "Thursday Chula- Vista Star-News, circ., 5,921 and National City 

Star-News, circ., 3,791. 
Bay Cities Publishing Co., Inc., 289 Sea Vale, Chula Vista. 

NEEDLES (L8%), pop. 4,051 (special U. S. Census 11-25-57, gives 4,776) ; San Bernar- 
dino Co. (SB). On Colorado River, 160 m NE of San Bernardino. AT&SF RR. 
Railroad division point; bottling works. Agriculture. 

Desert Star-f Thursday Independent 1944 7 24 280 4.00 $1,597 

Lee B. Perry, Editor and Publisher. 

NEVADA CITYf (D4), pop. 5,825; Nevada Co. (NE). 55 m NE of Sacramento. Nearest 
railroad station, Cotfax. SP RR. Saw mills; mining machinery manufactured; 
nursery. Summer resort. Gold mines. Agriculture. Pears, apples, peaches. 

Nevada County Nugget +. .. Thursday .. Republican ... 1926 7 24 280 3.00 4,114 
Circulates also in Grass Valley. 
Lynn Bramcamp, Jr., Editor; John D. Truscott, Publisher. 

NEWARK See News Register of Fremont. 

NEWHALL (G9), pop. 2,527; Los Angeles Co. (S). 31 m NW of Los Angeles. SP RR. 
Airport. Oil refinery ; hatchery. Oil wells. Dairy, stock, grain farms. Hay, alfalfa, 
vegetables. 

Newhall Signal and Saugus l Thurgday Independent 1919 7 24 286 3.00 2^200 

Enterprise ~T* J 

Fred W. Trueblood, Sr., Editor and Publisher. 

NEWMAN (D6), pop. 1,815 (special U. S. Census 10-19-53, gives 1,970) ; Stanislaus 
Co. (C). 25 m S of Modesto. SP RR. Manufactures dairy products. Rose nursery. 
Dairy, poultry, grain farms. Alfalfa, beans, tobatoes. 

West Side Index 4- Thursday Independent 1890 7 24 273 3.00 1,166 

F. T. McGinnis. Editor and Publisher. 

NEWPORT BEACH (Dll%), pop. 12,120 (special U. S. Census 5-17-57, gives 21,201) ; 
Orange Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean, 12 m SW of Santa Ana. PE RR. Boat building; 
fish canning and packing plants, electronic parts, plastics manufactured. Mack- 
erel fisheries. Beach resort. 

r Newport Harbor News- fMon.,Wed. Independent 1907 8 24 301 6.00 **4,792 

i "ress-p i& Jfri. 

1 Orange Coast Free Press -{-....Wednesday Independent 1947 8 24 301 23338 Free 

L Thomas F. Ratcliff, Editor; Newport Harbor Publishing Co., 2211 Balboa Blvd. 

Newport Harbor Ensign See Corona del Mar. 

NORCO (H9%), pop. 1,584; Riverside Co. (SE). 10 m W of Riverside. Nearest bank and 
railroad station, Corona. Nurseries ; hatchery. Fruit, poultry dairy farms. 

Norconian Photo News Friday Independent 1964 8 22 287 1.00 

John Marsden Poole. Editor and Publisher, 4362 Hillside Ave. 

NORTH HOLLYWOOD (CIO) (pop. inc. in Los Angeles) ; Los Angeles Co. (S). 15 m 
NW of Los Angeles. SP RR. Manufactures tile, paint, soap, aircraft, motion 
pictures and equipment, missiles, electronics, televisions, plastics. Residential. 

American Aeronaut-f Semi-mo Labor 1940 5 24 217 xl.20 24,500 

Jack Roberts, Editor; Aeronautical Industrial Lodge, 727, International Asso- 
ciation of Machinists, Publisher, 5501 Lankershim Blvd. 

Dime- A-Line News -f Wed. & Sun Republican 1948 6 23 224 $40,000 Free 

William R. Grove, Publisher, 5721 Lankershim Blvd. 

Graphic, The+ (Studio City). Wednesday. Independent .... 1948 8 23 294 8,5SO Free 
Sue Ressler, Editor; Dan C. Preston, Publisher, 13936 Ventura Blvd., 
Sherman Oaks 

Hardware Handbook Quarterly Hardware 1956 2 24 81 2.50 

Associated Product Publications, 4219 Coldwater Canyon Ave. 

Novela Cine-Grafica, La \iLi,fV.i v *** PI-* IQA a * oa iaa i KA 

(Spanish) .. . rMonthJy Mot. Fict 1948 3 28 186 1.50 

Armando del Moral, Editor; Orbe Publications, Inc., 705 N. Windsor Blvd., 

Hollywood (38). 
Valley Jewish News -f Thursday Jewish Int 1942 5 24 224 8.00 9,018 

Dr. Jess Nathan, Ed.; Harriet Ruth Nathan, Pub.. 5730 Lankershim Blvd. 
Valley Times-f .Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1935 8 22 294 15.00*^45,372 

Color advertising accepted. 

Jackson Berger, Editor; Valley News Corp., Publisher, 11109 Magnolia Blvd. 

NORTHRIDGE (BIO), pop. ; Los Angeles Co. (S). 25 m N of Los Angeles. 

SP RR. Citrus juices, electronic parts, wallpaper, greeting cards, boats, carbon 
paper manufactured. Truck, fruit, poultry farms. 

Combined %3> the JThursday Independent 1949 8 2S 294 2 1<> t"J 

Northridge Shopper 4- I J7, 950 -Free 

Miles Clark, Editor and Publisher, 8735 Baird Blvd. 

NORTH SACRAMENTO (B8), branch of Sacramento P. O., pop. 6,029 (special U. S. 
Census 8-7-57, gives 9,236); Sacramento Co. (NC). 3 m NE of Sacramento. 
SN RR. 

Journal-f. .... Friday Republican 1928 8 24 297 8.00 83,638 

John T. Holden, Jr.. Editor and Publisher, 1808 Del Paso Blvd. 

Oratotion~-**Sept. AB.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold lace, sworn; tPublither's Report; Light lace, estimated. + Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ens, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty wat . Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 

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NORTH WH1TTIER HEIGHTS South Valley News See La Puente. 

NORWALK (C10%), pop. X70,000; Los Angeles Co. (S). 17 m SE of Los Angeles. 
SP RR. Rhubarb shipped; soap factory; nursery. Diversified farming. Truck 
crops, hay, corn, potatoes. 

f Call -I- Sunday Independent 1892 8 28 294 3.00 {7,950 

j Call-Advertiser-f Thursday Independent 1949 8 28 294 $35,250 Free 

1 Nell Donovan, Editor and Publisher. 

Enterprise See Herald-Enterprise of Norwalk. 
Herald American See Herald American, Compton. 

NOVATO (C5%), Pop. 8,496; Marin Co. (W). 28 m N of San Francisco. NWP RR. 
Cheese factory. Residential. Dairy, fruit farms. 

Advance^ Wed. & Fri Independent 1922 9 22 280 6.50 $2,830 

George Barnwell, Editor; George Barnwell and Fred Volz, Publishers, 

P. O. Box 205. 

OAKDALE (E6), pop. 4,064 (special U. S. Census 11-19-54, gives 4,336); Stanislaus 
Co. (C). 16 m NE of Modesto. SRC; AT&SF; SP HRs. Fruit, vegetable cannery; 
winery; box shook factory. Diversified farming. Cattle, sheep, poultry, almonds. 

Leader^- Thursday Independent 1888 8 24 294 8.00 2,086 

Stanley F. Wakefield. Editor and Publisher. 

OAKHURST (E6% ), pop. X 60; Madera Co. (SC). 24 m NW of Fresno. Nearest bank and 
railroad station, Madera. AT&SF; SP RRs. Mountain resort. 

Siena Star (offset) Thursday Independent 1958 4 22 187 8.00 

Clarence R. Ragland, Editor; Jack L. Gyer, Publisher, P. O. Box 105. 

OAKLAND! (C5%). pop. 884,675; Alameda Co. (W). On E side of San Francisco Bay, 
connected by bridge with San Francisco. WP; SP; AT&SF; SN RRs. Airlines: 
AA; PC; TWA; UAL; WAL. Mills College (women) ; California College of Arts 
and Crafts. 

Important seaport. Principal manufactures: canned and dried fruits, packed 
fruit and meat, automobiles, glass, yeast, beer, wine, chemicals, roofing, floor- 
ing, insulatincr material, pipe, clothes, engines, electrical equipment, soap, cast- 
ings, feeds, fertilizers, paint, corrugated containers. Oil refineries; shipyards; 
lumber mills; railroad shops. Seven banks; bank clearings (12-31-57), $2,873,- 
624,559; bank deposits (12-31-57), $758,586,356. 278,410 (residence) electric 
(AC) meters; 266,914 (residence) gaa (nat.) meters; 353,053 (Alameda Co.) 
telephones. 
Bulletin of the Alameda- ] 1Q , K 90 119 - nn t1 R9O 

Arn + . C .. M .! d ' C8 ' t MOnthly MediC8 ' clntSlUdfJjdtot. M *'So 

John Sherrick, M.D., Editor; Alameda-Contra Costa Medical Assn., Publisher, 
6230 Claremont Ave. (18). 

California Voice4- (Negro). ...Friday Republican 1919 7 26 280 3.00 11,500 

E. A. Daly, Editor and Publisher, 2622 San Pablo Ave. (12). 

Claremont Pr<*ss-f Friday Independent 1914 8 24 308 3.00 

Prints college Shopper for free distribution. 

Sewell Glinternick, Ed.; Claremont Press Pub'g Co., 5484 College Ave. (18). 

Dispensing Optician Monthly Optical 1941 called fL dist. 2,530 

Dispensing Optician, Publisher, 1980 Mountain Blvd. (11). 
East Bay Labor Journal -f- Friday Labor 1926 8 24 280 3.00 28,996 

Louis Burgess, Ed.; Central Labor and Building Trades Councils, Publishers, 
1622 East 12th St. (6). 

East Bay News-f Mon. & Thurs.. Republican 1920 8 24 294 6.00 34,500 

Fay Ariansen, Editor; East Bay News, Publisher, Foothill and 55th Ave. 

Inter-City Express f^^ 6 *' 8 * 1 ' Legal & Com... 1909 5 26 25224.00 1,142 

W. K. MacDonald. Editor; Inter-City Express Pub. Co., 614 Madison (7). 
Mills Quarterly Quarterly { A ?u5n.ae 1918 8 4 112 8 ' 

Alumnae Assn. of Mills College, Publisher (13). 
Mills Stream -|- V Thursday Collegiate 1917 6 24 224 x3.50 1,300 

Associated Students of Mills College, Editors and Publishers, P. O. Box 407. 
Montclarion. The (offset) Wednesday Independent 1944 5 24 224 2.00 2,926 

Fredric Graeser, Editor; Fredric Graeaer and Mary L. Graeser, Publishers, 
6227 La Salle Ave. (1). 



M C^Hfor^ia trati " NeW f JMonthly Auto Trade 1922 4 



26 160 30.00 

W. P.""CrinnionVEditorand Publisher, 623 E. 14th St (6). 
Neighborhood Journal -4- .. Thursday Republican 1930 8 24 294 30.00 

O. W. G. Conn, Editor and Publisher, 432 Natoma St., San Francisco, 
Observer-f Saturday Republican 1911 4 24 140 6.00 

Marion Grover Tibbitts, Editor and Publisher, 506 15th St. (12). 

Pet Life Quarterly {^Pett* 1952 8 26 14 1 - 

Eloise Keeler, Editor; Edward B. Price, Publisher, 4320 MacArthur Blvd. (19). 
Piedmonter, The .Friday Independent 1918 5 28 214 2.50 

E. Clayton Snyder, Editor and Publisher, 8968 Piedmont Ave. (11). 
, (Evg. ex. Sun. In , R ._ 1874 8 22 800 24.0 0**205,42 

Tribune + ^ Sun . M orn. Ind ' Rcp Sunday circ.**236,597 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

J. R. Knowland, Editor; The Tribune Publishing Co., Tribune Bldg. (4). 



12,876 
12,100 



215,500 



1,725 



Circulation fr*Sept. A.B.C. Statement; wJune and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O Statement: Bold face, sworn; (Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. * Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNaflj 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fee. 

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OAK VIEW (F9), pop. 1,648; Ventura Co. (S). 10 m N of Ventura, nearest railroad 
station. Bank, Ojai. Nursery. Diversified farming. 

Oaks Gazette-h Thursday Independent 1949 5 22 224 3.50 762 

J. Frank Knebel, Publisher, P. O. Box 888. 1,120 Free 

OCEAN BEACH (Hll), P. O. San Diego, pop. ; San Diego Co. (S). Suburb of San 

Diego, nearest railroad station. AT&SF; SD&AE RRs. Beach resort. Residential. 



294 



Peninsula News + Thursday Independent 1920 8 23 

Spencer Held, Editor; Ocean Beach Printing and Publishing Co., Inc., 

1918 Bacon St. (7). 
OCEAN PARK Independent See Independent, Santa Monica. 

OCEANSIDE (H10). pop. 12,881 (special U. S. Census 7-17-56, gives 20,489); San 
Diego Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean, 38 m N of San Diego. AT&SF RR. Nursery; 
bean warehouses. Resort. Agriculture. Avocados, winter vegetables, grain. 



5.50 7,501 
7,569 Free 



fEvg. ex. Sat. 
Blade-Tribune + ...................... }&Sun., 



8 23 294 18.60 16,092 



Independent... 1879 
[Sun. Morn. 
I Color advertising accepted. 

L North County News + ............ Wednesday ..... Independent ...... 1863 8 23 294 2.60 J2.000 

Thomas W. Braden, Editor; Blade-Tribune Publishing Co., 403 First St. $9,800 Free 

OJAI (F9), pop. 2,519 (special U. S. Census 4-18-56, gives 3,930) ; Ventura Co. (S). 14 
m NE of Ventura. SP RR. Mountain resort. Private schools. Fruit packed. 
Diversified farming. 
Ojai and Valley News + ......... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1891 8 22 294 3.50 2,596 

Ben Holstrom, Editor; J. Frank Knebel, Publisher. 

ONTARIO-UPLAND (H9%), pop. 22,872 (special U. S. Census 2-23-57, gives 41,656) ; 
San Bernardino Co. (SE). 30 m E of Los Angeles. SP; UP RRs. Airlines: BAL; 
WAL. 

Manufactures aircraft and aircraft parts, electrical equipment, orange 
products, tile, steel products. Wineries ; nurseries. Ships citrus fruit. Agriculture. 
Oranges, lemons, olives, grapes. Four banks (Ontario-Upland) : savings bank 
deposits (6-30-57). $29,331,740. Ontario-Upland Area. 17,208 (residential) 
electric meters; 17,166 gas meters; 18,588 (residential) telephones. 

{Record+ (no adv.) ................. Tuesday .......... Independent ....... 1885 8 22 294 1.50 15 

fEvg. ex.Sat. 
Report -f ................................... <&Sun., Independent ...... 1910 8 22 29416.80 *18,797 

( Sun. Morn. 
Color advertising accepted. 
Jerene Appleby Haraish, Editor and Publisher, 212 East B St. 

ORANGE (DID. pop. 10,027 (special U. S. Census 9-26-57, gives 21,334); Orange 
Co. (S). 86 m SE of Los Angeles. AT&SF; PE RRs. Manufactures copper wire, 
rope, twine, canned fruits, fruit extracts, concrete pipe, steel tanks, plastic 
hose and bags. Fruit, walnuts packed; nurseries. Agriculture. Oranges, walnuts, 
lemons. 



f Fresh vegetables 10 o Q 
Fruit and Vegetable Review...Monthly ...... fruitGrowers 1939 



ctroUedfree dU 



2,911 
8,128 



[& Shippers 
A. J. Miller, Editor; Briant Sando, Publisher, Orange Savings Bldg. 

otor West Month* Auto Trade '<><" ^"^ & >21>M1 

George W. Schell, Editor; Sando Publications, Orange Savings Bldg. 
News-f |^ v ^ x - Sat- Independent 1907 8 24 294 12.00 5,909 

Comic atrip advertising accepted. 
Charles O. Voigt, Editor and Publisher. 

ORANGE COVE (F7), pop. 2,895 (special U. S. Census 11-17-53, gives 2,522) ; Fresno 
Co. (SC). 37 m SE of Fresno. AT&SF RR. Fruit packing and shipping. Agri- 
culture. Oranges, grapes, olives, grain. 

News-f Friday Independent 1915 7 24 280 3.00 989 

James B. Joly, Editor and Publisher. 

ORANGEVALE (C8), pop. X7.000; Sacramento Co. (NC). 20 m NE of Sacramento. 
Bank and railroad station, Folsom. SP RR. Fruit, stock, grain farms. 

News-f Thursday Shopper 1956 8 24 280 2,400 Free 

Frank J. Maloney, Editor; Milton Kjer and Oroville Wegat, Publishers, 
P. O. Box 218, Folsom. 

ORINDA (Jl%), pop. X 3,300; Contra Costa Co. (W). 8 m NE of Oakland. Nearest rail 
road station, Berkeley. AT&SF; SP RRs. Residential. Nursery. 

Sun-f Friday Independent 1942 8 23 294 3.75 2,730 

Prints Sun Shopping News for free distribution. 
Herman Silverman, Editor and Publisher, Lafayette. 

ORLAND (C4), pop. 2,067 (special U. S. Census 11-16-55, gives 2,392); Glenn Co. 
(NWC). 20 m W of Chico. SP RR. Milk products factory; fruit, olives, nuts 
packed. Nurseries; hatcheries. Dairy, fruit, poultry farms. Oranges, almonds, 
livestock. 

Register-f Mon.&Thurs...Ind. Dem 1898 8 24 304 3.00 1,472 

Francis Jacobs and Lester Jacobs, Editors and Publishers. 

Unit-f Mon.&Thurs... Independent 1911 8 24 280 4.00 2,542 

Marjorie L. Keene, Editor; Don Keene and Stephen Blacet, Publishers. 

OROSI (F7), pop. 7,172; Tulare Co. (SC). 34 m SE of Fresno. AT&SF RR. Citrus fruit, 
vegetables shipped. Diversified farming. Oranges, tomatoes, peaches. 

Cutler-Orosi Courier -f Thursday Independent 1921 7 24 280 3.50 850 

Glenn A. Tupper, Editor and Publisher. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
{P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Use* Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. XRand McNallj 
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5,776 



tl,157 



327 



3,600 
1,050 



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OROVILLEt (D4), pop. 5,887 ; Butte Co. (N). On Feather River, 85 m N of Sacramento. 
SM ; WP ; SP RRs. Olive, fruit, vegetable canning and packing. Olive oil, wine, 
lumber manufactured. Pine timber; gold mines. Farming. 
Mercury-Register -f- ................ Uvg. ex. Sun.. .Independent ....... 1873 8 23 303 15.00 

Color advertising accepted. 

Dan L. Beebe, Editor; Oroville Mercury Co., Publisher. 
Press + (offset) ..................... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1933 7 24 280 3.00 

Jack Little, Editor; Jack Little and Glenn C. Coito, Publisher, 1251 Hudtoon St. 

OXNARD (F9), pop. 21,567 (special U. S. Census 4-16-58, gives 34,326); Ventura 

Co. (S). 10 m SE of Ventura. SP; VCO RRs. Airline, PC. Beet sugar refinery; 

frozen food plants; machine shops; lumber, paper mills; bottling, cement works; 

oil refineries. Fruit, vegetables packed. Nurseries. Agriculture. Citrus fruit, sugar 

beets, walnuts, tomatoes. Bank deposits (6-30-56), $33,985,365. 
News + ..................................... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1950 5 24 224 1.50 

Mark H. Edwards, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 465. 
Press-Courier -f ....................... Evg. ex. Sun...Independent ....... 1900 8 24 298 18.00 **10,782 

Color advertising accepted. 

George Grimes, Editor; Oxnard Press-Courier Co., Inc., Publisher. 

PACIFICA (J2V 2 ), pop. X20,500; San Mateo Co. (W). On Pacific Ocean, 10 m S of 
San Francisco. Nearest railroad station, Colma. SP RR. Residential. Agriculture. 

Coastside Tribune -f ............... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1948 8 22 294 3.50 

Lowell Blankfort, Editor and Publisher, 59 Aura Vista. 

Tidings -f ................................. Tuesday .......... Independent ...... 1938 5 22 210 2.50 

Benjamin Sharp, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 65. 

PACIFIC BEACH (H10%), pop. - ; San Diego Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean, 7 m N of 
San Diego, nearest bank. AT&SF RR. Manufactures plastic mats, women's 
apparel, boats. Nurseries. Resort. Residential. 
North Shores Sentinel -f ......... Wednesday ..... Independent ....... 1926 8 24 298 5.00 12,020 

Gilbert Cummings, Ed. ; Hobby Myers, Pub., 1011 Grand Ave., San Diego (9). 21,104 Free 

PACIFIC GROVE (D7), pop. 9,623 (special U. S. Census 8-17-55, gives 10,741); 
Monterey Co. (W). On Monterey Bay, 2 m W of Monterey. SP RR. Marmalade, 
creamery products, whips, polo mallets, boats manufactured. Planing mill; 
nurseries. Resort. Residential. 
Pacific Grove Tribune See Pacific Spectator Journal, Carmel, Calif. 

PACIFIC PALISADES (AlO), (pop. inc. in Los Angeles) ; Los Angeles Co. (S). 4 m N of 
Santa Monica, nearest railroad station. PE RR. Residential suburb of Los Angeles. 

Independent See Independent, Santa Monica. 

Palisadian-f ............................. Friday ............. Republican ......... 1928 6 24 254 3.00 

Mrs. C. D. Clearwater, Editor and Publisher, 868 Swarthmore Ave. 

Post-f ....................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1950 8 22 300 3.00 

Charles B. Brown and William W. Brown, Eds. and Pubs., 839 Via De La Paz. 

PACOIMA (C9%), pop. (inc. in Los Angeles); Los Angeles Co. (S). 20 m NW of 
Los Angeles. SP RR. Bank, San Fernando. Manufactures heaters, aluminum tile, 
paint, Venetian blinds, trailer vans, liquid solder, machine parts, photo equip- 
ment, garden tools, brass valves. Citrus fruit packed. Fruit farms. 

Herald-Dispatch See Los Angeles. 

Mathematics Magazine ........... Bi-monthly ..... Mathematics ..... 1926 1 54 104 3.00 

Not issued during July-August. 

Glenn James, Editor and Publisher, 14068 Van Nuys Blvd. 

Post .......................................... Sunday ............ Independent ....... 1948 8 24 287 7.50 

Space sold only in combination with Outlook of Granada Hills; Sun-Reporter 

of San Fernando. Combined circ., 16,100. 18,400 Free. 

Durwood Scott, Editor; Mission Publications, Inc., P. O. Box 110, San Fernando. 

PALMDALE (G9), pop. X921 ; Los Angeles Co. (S). 40 m NE of Los Angeles. SP RR. 

Airline, PC. Pears packed. Agriculture. Alfalfa, pears, peaches, figs, chickens, 

turkeys. 
Antelope Valley Press-f ........ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1915 8 24 294 3.50 

Lament Odett, Editor and Publisher. 
PALM DESERT (J10), pop. X600; Riverside Co. (SE). 75 m SE of Redland. Nearest 

railroad station, Indio. SP RR. Winter resort. Fruit, truck farms. 
Desert Magazine-f- .................. Monthly .......... Outdoor Life ...... 1937 3 28 140 4.00 

Charles E. Shelten, Editor; Desert Press, Inc., Publisher. 
PALM SPRINGS (J9M>), pop. 7,660 (special U. S. Census 2-19-58, gives 12.443); 

Riverside Co. (SE). 56 m E of Riverside. SP RR. Airlines: BAL; WAL. Desert 

resort. 



2,350 
3300 



$2,200 



Desert Sun -|- ........................... {| V jg x> Sun< Independent ....... 1927 8 23 294 15.00 



A OR IRA A KH 
4 26 164 4 ' 50 



5,849 

30,879 

8,494 

J5.840 



Color advertising accepted. 

O. B. Jaynes, Editor; Ward J. Risvold, Publisher, 174 N. Palm Canyon Dr. 
Palm Springs Villager ............. Monthly .......... f Desert Art'les 1Q ,r 

Not issued during June, July, August. \& Society 1945 

Mildred Iverson,. Editor; Jame C. Galloway, Publisher, 174 N. Palm Canyon Dr. 

PALO ALTO (C6), pop. 25,475 (special U. S. Census 3-13-58, gives 48,003) ; Santa Clara 
Co. (W). 30 m S of San Francisco. SP RR. Airport. 

Helicopters, dairy products ; electronics and electronic research, film process- 
Ing manufactured. Nurseries. Residential. Stanford University and several private 
schools. Ten banks: deposits (1-1-58), $45,947,649. 17,889 electric (AC) meters; 
17,011 gas (nat.) meters; 18,000 telephones. 
Pacific Poultry man .................. Monthly .......... Poultry .............. 1896 3 27 143 .50 $39,064 

Pacific Edition of Poultry Tribune, Mount Morris, 111. 

R. C. Hartman, Editor; Watt Publishing Co., P. O. Box 521. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A. B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
8P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. <> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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Estab ColsO Width 7 Depth Sub 
1953 8 24 294 



PALO ALTO (Continued) Estab ColsO Width 7 Depth Sub Circ 

Ravenswood Post-f- Thursday Independent 

William G. Godfrey, Ed.; Clarence A. Burley, Pub., 640 Roble Ave., Menlo Park/ 
Times-h Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1892 8 28 294 18.00**20,912 

Color advertising: accepted. 

Alexander 8. Bodi, Editor; Harry L. Millet, Publisher. 

PALOS VERDES ESTATES (Cll), pop. 1,963 (special U. S. Census 5-20-58, gives 
8,416) ; Los Angeles Co. (S). 10 m NW of San Pedro. Railroad station, Redondo 
Beach. AT&SF RR. Residential. Truck farms. 

Palos Verdes News + Thursday Republican 1923 8 23 294 3.00 4,618 

Prints editions called: Hollywood Riviera Tribune, 3,150; Rolling Hills Herald, 

1,127. 

Luman G. Miller, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 877. 

Rolling Hiils News-f .. ..Thursday . Independent .. 1957 8 24 280 2.00 1 1,625 
Robert B. Wilcox, Editor; Ray H. Reed, Publisher, Lomita. 

PARADISE (D4), pop. X8,000; Butte Co. (N). 90 m NE of Sacramento. SP RR. Grape 
juice cannery; machine shop. Residential. Apple orchards. 

Post+ Friday Independent 1945 8 24 290 3.00 2,176 

Kedma Utt, Editor; M. E. Utt, Publisher. 

PARAMOUNT (Cll), pop. X 19,000 (special U. S. Census 11-22-67, gives 25,128) ; Los 

Angeles Co. (S). 4 m SE of Compton. Foundries; machine shops, oil refinery; 

synthetic resins, aluminum awnings, furniture, feed, plastics and dairy products 

manufactured. UP; PE RRs. 

1099 Q ofi IAD 3 nn 
California Dairyman Ftntly ( Sat.). ..Dairying l9 ^ 3 Controlled circ VAC 7,229 

Marjorie N. Hersch, Editor ; California Dairyman, Pub., 16820 S. Paramount Blvd. 
Enterprise See Herald-Enterprise of Bellflower. 
Herald American See Herald American, Compton. 
Journal + .Thursday Independent 1922 6 26 280 3.00 1,865 

B. K. Maxwell, Sr., Editor and Publisher. 

PASADENA (G9H), pop. 104.577; Los Angeles Co. (S). 12 m NE of LOB Angeles. 
SP; AT&SF; UP RRs. California Institute of Technology (men) ; Pasadena City 
College and many private schools. Residential. 

Manufactures furniture, pottery, art, ceramic and machine shop products, 
aircraft components, scientific and precision instruments, chemicals, cosmetics, 
electronics, Pharmaceuticals, plastics, frozen foods. Oil refineries; nurseries; 
citrus fruit packed. Sixteen banks; bank clearings (12-31-57), $978,569,356; 
deposits (12-31-57), $235,444,898. 48,557 electric (AC) meters; 42,850 gas 
(nat.) meters; 110,367 telephones. 

JMonthly Bldg. Contr's 1936 3 28 140 2.00 

C. D. Baskerville, Editor; Western Journal Co., Inc., Pub., 1035 E. Green St. (1). 
Cactus and Succulent Journal.Bi-monthly Botanical 1929 2 83 112 4.00 

Scott E. Haselton, Editor; Cactus Society of America, Publisher, 132 W. Union St. 

California Tech, The -f- V Thursday Collegiate 1899 5 24 217 1.50 

Associated students of the California Institute of Technology, Editors and Pub- 
lishers, 1201 E. California St. 

Engineering and Science .. Monthly f ^hJnfnf C 1L 193? I 

Not issued during July, August and September. 

Alumni Assn., Inc., Calif. Institute of Technology, Publisher (4) 

f Independent -f Morn. ex. Sun. Independent 1933 8 

J Independent Star-News -f Sunday Independent 8 

"S Star News-h Evg. ex. Sun. ..Independent 1886 8 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. 

L Lee M. Merriman, Editor; B. J. Ridder, Publisher, 625 E. Colorado St. 

Insurance Prospector Imr **,! T A* 1957 3 26 14 B - 

Magazine f Monthly Ins. Agts Controlled free dist. 

J. Bray, Editor; J. A. Calhoun, Publisher. 1840 Kinneloa Canyon Rd. 
Motorcyclist Monthly {todufSy 1 * 1912 3 28 14 8 ' 00 

William M. Bagnall, Ed.; Western Journal Co., Publisher, 1035 E. Green St. (1). 
Pasadena Realtor Monthly Real Estate 1926 4 24 140x1.00 

Robert K. Kelley, Ed.; Pasadena Realty Board, Pub., 181 S. Los Robles Ave. (1). 
P. Cinian-f-V Ri-wklv. Thurs.. Collegiate 1922 5 24 224 x 

Students of Pasadena College, Editors and Publishers, 1539 E. Howard St. 
Western Sportsman .. .. Bi-monthly. Hunt'g & Fish'gl938 3 28 140 

Subscription rate is $3.00 for 12 issues. 

John W. Heck, Jr., Publisher, P. O. Box 4007 Catalina Station. 

PASO ROBLES (E8), pop. 6,653 (special U. S. Census 2-1-52. gives 6,148) ; San Luis 
Obispo Co. (SW). 30 m N of San Luis Obispo. SP RR. Airline, PC; Creamery; 
charcoal products, printing forms manufactured; grain warehouse; nursery, fruit 
drying; almonds shipped. Agriculture. Wheat, cattle, almonds, fruit. 

Journal* Wednesday Independent 1902 8 23 294 2 ' 50 



26 
40 



23 
23 
23 



140 
140 



*1,500 
1,000 

4.50 J6.600 



305 21.00 

305 

305 24.00 



*25,623 
*61,719 
*39,821 



*4,863 



$900 
52,908 



324 

3,48ft- Free 

12.00 83,084 



f 

i Press -f l&Sun*' Sat ' Independent *887 8 23 294 

[ F. E. Weybret. Editor; Paso Robles Publishing Co., 1212 Pine St. 

Circulation fr*Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *Junc and March A.B.C. Statement*; A.B.C. Audit; >DPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, aworn; * Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. <S> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population -1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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>p. 1,343 (special U. 8. Census 10-28-57, gives 2,901) ; Stanislaus 
BW of Modesto. SP RR. Cannery; cheese factory. Dairy, grain, 



Clrt 



8 24 287 3.00 {1,550 



PATTERSON (D6),pc 
Co. (C). 19 m 
fruit farms. 

Irrigator-f .Thursday Independent 1911 

Ray Chapman, Editor and Publisher. 

PERRIS (H10). pop. 1,807 (special U. S. Census 6-27-57, gives 2,710) ; Riverside Co. 
(SE). 18 m S of Riverside. AT&SF RR. Manufactures concrete pipe, bread pans, 
boats. Gold, silver mines ; granite quarry. Agriculture. 

Progress-f Thursday Independent 1901 7 24 280 2.60 950 

Donald Duncan, Editor and Publisher. 2,165 Free 

PESCADERO (C6), pop. X354; San Mateo Co. (W). On Pacific Ocean, 40 m S of San 
Francisco. Railroad station, San Mateo. SP RR. Lumber mill. Truck, dairy, 
stock farms. 
Pebble See Half Moon Bay Review and Pescadero Pebble of Half Moon Bay. 

PETALUMA (C5%). Pop. 10,815; Sonoma Co. (NW). 38 m N of San Francisco. NWP; 
P&SR RRs. Manufactures oil burners, brooder stoves, overalls, fishing lines, 
twine, poultry and stock foods, egg fillers, paper boxes, milk products, soap, 
fertilizer. Ships baby chicks. Hatcheries. Dairy, poultry farms. 

Argus-Courier + Evg. ex. Sun...Republican 1855 8 23 294 15.00 **5,642 

Prints Shopper on Wednesday for free distribution. Circ. 1 8,7 00. 
Duncan H. Olmsted, Editor; Argus-Courier, Publisher. 

PICO RIVERA (C10%), pop. X41.000; Los Angeles Co. (S). 10 m SE of Los Angeles. 
UP; AT&SF; SP RIls. Oil refining; citrus fruit, meat packing plants. Steel lock- 
ers and shelving, citrus juices, pottery manufactured. Oil wells. Agriculture. 
Citrus fruit, vegetables, avocados. 

News -{- .. Thursday Independent 1924 8 23 294 4.00 6,750 

Circulates also in Santa Fe Springs. 11,45O Free 

William J. Haley, Editor; Chuck Borkowski, Publisher, 8818 E. Whittier Blvd. 

Times-Post-f Thursday Independent 1932 8 24 294 4.00 

Industrial Post Company, Inc., Publisher, 4313 E. Gage Ave. Bell. 17,500 Free 

PIEDMONT See Oakland. 

PINOLE (JlVfc), pop. 1,147 (special U. S. Census 10-29-56, gives 3,000) ; Contra Costa 
Co. (W). On San Pablo Bay, 15 m N of Oakland. SP; AT&SF RRs. Agriculture, 
livestock. 

Pinole-Hercules News -f- Friday Independent 1946 8 24 300 2.50 5426 

Andrew M. Peters, Editor and Publisher, 362 Parker Ave., Rodeo. 

PISMO BEACH (E8%), Pop. 1,425 (special U. S. Census 1-6-53, gives 1,924) ; San Luis 
Obispo Co. (SW). 12 m S of San Luis Obispo. SP RR. Beach resort. Clam 
fisheries. Diversified farming. Tomatoes, lettuce, celery. 

Pismo Times -f Thursday Independent 1931 6 24 266 2.50 1,220 

William Metz, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 12. 

PITTSBURG (Kl%), pop. 12,763 (special U. S. Census 5-1-56, gives 16,574); Contra 
Costa Co. (W). At conjunction of Sacramento, San Joaquin Rivers, 44 m NE of 
Oakland. AT&SF; SN; SP RRs. Boat connections. Manufactures steel, chemicals, 
rubber goods, building materials, firebrick, furniture. Ship repair yard. Salmon, 
shad fisheries. Grain, stock farms. Wheat, barley, hay. 
Post-Dispatch -f {1^*' Sat> Independent 1900 8 24 301 15.00 5,282 

Prints Sentinel weekly on Wednesday for free distribution. Circ., 17,000. 
Mrs. Ted Bishop, Editor and Publisher. 

PIXLEY (F7%). Pop. X900; Tulare Co. (SC). 44 m NW of Bakersfield. SP RR. Bank, 

Tipton. Agriculture. Grapes, citrus fruit, alfalfa. 
Enterprise-f Friday Independent 1922 7 24 280 2.50 

Robert W. Wagner, Editor and Publisher. 
Record See Record and News of Delano. 

PLACENTIA (Dll), pop. 1,682 (special U. S. Census 5-10-68, gives 4,821) ; Orange Co. 
(S). 8 m E of Fullerton. AT&SF RR. Orange packing plants; machine shop; 
oil refinery. Health resort, mineral springs. Oil well. Agriculture. Oranges, cattle. 

Courier-f Thursday Ind. Rep 1911 8 24 280 3.00 2,526 

Mrs. Frank Rospaw and Cecil F. Rospaw, Editors and Publishers, 
132 Santa Fe Ave. 

PLACERVILLEf (E5), pop. 8,749; Eldorado Co. (EC). 40 m NE of Sacramento. SP 
RR. Airport. Manufactures box shocks, building lumber, lime products. Fruit 
packing plant; bottling works. Gold mines; limestone quarries; timber. Agri- 
culture. Bartlett pears, peaches, plums. 

Mountain Democrat-!- Thursday Independent 1852 8 23 280 8.50 4,837 

Basil Benedict, Editor; W. S. and Robert Barker, Publishers, P. O. Box 432. 

PLEASANT HILL (K1H), pop. 5,686 (branch of Concord P. O.), Contra Costa Co. 
(W). Adjoins Concord on the North, nearest railroad station. Residential. 
Truck, fruit farms. 

News-f Thursday Independent 1951 8 24 294 2.50 

William R. Sharkey, III, Editor; News Pub'g Co., 1849 Contra Costa Hwy. 

Sun-f Friday. . Independent .... 1956 8 23 294 3.76 $2,375 

Herman Silverman, Editor and Publisher, 1320 Locust St., Concord. 

PLEASANTON (L2%) pop. 2,244 (special U. S. Census 6-18-58, gives 2,710) ; Alameda 
Co. (W). 42 m SE of San Francisco. WP; SP RRs. Cheese factories; wineries; 
creameries ; nursery. Gravel quarry. Farming. 

Times -I- Wednesday Independent 1886 8 23 294 3.00 1,812 

John B. Edmands, Editor and Publisher. $4,000 Free 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement: Bold face, sworn; (Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. <$ Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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Estab Co ls<S> Width? Depth Sub Clrc 

POINT REYES STATION (C5H), pop. X600; Marin Co. (W). On Pacific Ocean. 85 m 
NW of San Francisco. Pacific Trucking Lines (motor vehicle). Commercial fish- 
eries. 

Baywood Press + Thursday Independent 1947 6 24 224 8.00 897 

Donald De Wolfe, Editor and Publisher. 

POMONA (H9% ), pop. 86,405 (special U. S. Census 5-12-58, gives 62,188) ; Los Angeles 
Co. (S). 30 m E of Los Angeles. AT&SF; PE; UP RRs. Airport. Mount San 
Antonio College. , , . 

Manufactures pumps, tile bricks, fruit processing and citrus packing equip- 
ment, waxed paper and wrapping paper products, knit goods, glass containers, 
dairy, foundry products. Guided missile plant. Fruit packing ; oil refinery. Fruit, 
dairy, stock farms. Oranges, lemons, grapefruit. Four banks; bank deposits 
(1-1-58), $60,690,000. 22,804 electric (AC) meters; 19,873 gas (nat.) meters; 
44,421 telephones. 

Espectador El-f (Span.) Friday Independent 1932 8 24 287 2.50 7,200 

Ignacio L. Lopez, Editor and Publisher, 559 Chester Place. 

Pomona Valley Union JMonthly Labor 1939 5 24 224 3.00 5,500 

Labor .Review ) 

Winnifred E. Hill, Editor; Paul E. Weaver, Publisher, 1414 2nd St., Santa Monica. 

C Progress-Bulletin -f Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Rep 1885 8 22 294 15.00**29,617 

I Color advertising accepted. 

] Review-h Sunday Independent 1955 8 22 294 24,535 Free 

L A. T. Richardson, Editor; Progress-Bulletin Publishing Company, Inc. 

PORTERVILLE (F7H ), pop. 6,904 (special U. S. Census 11-26-54, gives 7,802) ; Tulare 
Co. (SC). 66 m N of Bakersfield. AT&SF; SP RRs. Airport. Extensive orange and 
deciduous fruit packing; concrete pipe, olive oil, foundry product manufactories. 
Diversified farming. Citrus and deciduous fruits. 

Recorder-f Evgr. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1908 8 23 294 15.00 3,375 

Prints free distribution shopping paper on Thursday called News. Circ., $4,100. 
Homer W. Wood, Editor and Publisher. 

PORT HUENEME (F9%), pop. 3,024 (special U. S. Census 6-6-57, gives 8,750) ; Ven- 
tura Co. (S). 10 m SE of Ventura. VCO RR. Citrus fruit packed. Agriculture. 
Citrus fruit, walnuts. 

pilot 4- Thursday Independent 1888 8 24 294 3.50 501 

George Grimes, Publisher. 1,750 Free 

PORTOLA (E4), pop. 2,261; Plumas Co. (NE). 48 m W of Reno, Nev. WP RR. 
Lumbering. Pine, cedar timber. Resort. Dairy, stock farms. 

Reporter-f Thursday Ind. Dem 1920 6 24 224 3.00 788 

Stanley Bailey, Editor and Publisher. 

QUINCYf (E3%), pop. 1,830; Plumas Co. (NE). 87 m W of Reno, Nev. QU RR. 
Saw mills; box factories; bottling works; machine shop. Summer resort. Gold 
mine; fir, pine timber. Dairy, stock farms. 

Feather River Bulletin -f- Thursday Independent 1866 6 24 269 3.00 **1,59O 

Rodney Alden, Editor and Publisher. 

RAMONA <J10%). pop. 1,158; San Diego Co. (S). 39 m NE of San Diego. Railroad 
station, Escondido. AT&SF RR. Hatcheries. Ships turkey eggs. Diversified farm- 
ing. Grain, citrus fruit. 

Sentinel-f Friday Independent 1884 7 24 280 2.50 1,160 

Ann Griffin, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 367. 

RANCHO SANTA FE (H10%), pop. X400; San Diego Co. (S). 20 m N of San Diego. 
Bank, Solana Beach. Railroad station, Del Mar. AT&SF RR. Dairy, fruit farms. 

Times Thursday Independent 1953 6 24 273 4.00 583 

David S. Hillman, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 918. 

RANDSBURG (G8), pop. X800; Kern Co. (S). 75 m E of Bakersfleld, nearest bank. 
Railroad station, Searles. TRONA; SR RRs. Agriculture. 

Desert-Mountain News Monthly Independent 1953 5 22 210 1.50 

Bob Pruett, Editor; Pearl A. Pruett, Publisher, P. O. Box 313. 

RED BLUFFf (C3%), pop. 4,905 (special U. S. Census 11-2-25, gives 5,553) ; Tehama 
Co. (N). On Sacramento River, 116 m N of Sacramento. SP RR. Airline, PC. 
Lumber mills; box factories; pulp plant. Diversified farming. Livestock, fruit, 
grain. 

News-f Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1885 9 22 28715.00 6,217 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 
Marion S. Walker, Publisher. 

REDDINGf (C3), pop. 10,256 (special U. S. Census 5-9-58, gives 12,216) ; Shasta Co. 
(N). On Sacramento River, 70 m N of Chico. SP RR. Airline, PC. Mountain 
resort. Pine timber; gold copper mines. Saw, planing mills; box and veneer, 
creosoting plants ; foundries ; machine shops ; bottling works ; creameries. Diver- 
sified farming. 

Record-Searchlight -f Evg.ex.Sun. Independent ... 1852 8 23 280 18.00 **13,811 

Color advertising accepted. 

Reddinjr Record, Inc., Publisher, East and Placer Sts. 

REDLANDS (H9%), pop. 18,429 (special U. S. Census 1-15-58, gives 25,719); San 
Bernardino Co. (SE). 9 m SE of San Bernardino. SP; AT&SF; PE RRs. Univer- 
sity of Redlands. 

Extensive orange packing and shipping. Storage batteries, display letters, 
irrigation pipe, road machinery, dairy products, bathroom fixtures, sportswear, 
hosiery, electric cars, missiles, electric stoves manufactured. Nurseries. Fruit 
farms. Citrus, deciduous fruits, truck crops. 

Facts-f- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Republican 1890 8 23 30114.00 5,710 

Color advertising accepted. 
Frank E. Moore, Editor; William Moore, Publisher. 

Circulation **Sept. AB.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. 0Nonparefl 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNall* 
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REDLANDS (Continued) Estab Colf<2> Width VDipth Sub Ore 

Redlands Bulldog -f V Monday Coll. & Alum 1909 6 24 224 3.00 J1.500 

Students of the University of Redlanda, Editors and Publishers. 

REDONDO BEACH (Cll), pop. 26,226 (special U. S. Census 8-17-66, gives 41,723); 
Los Angeles Co. (S). See also Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach adjoining. 
On Pacific Ocean, 19 m SW of Los Angeles. AT&SF Kii. 

Aircraft parts, electronics manufactured ; aircraft assembly plant. Residential. 
Ships flowers. Six banks; bank deposits (6-30.58), $42,412,264. 

Breeze Advertiser + Thursday Shopping 1949 8 23 294 

Printed in three editions: Breeze Advertiser Zone 1, circ., 1 10, 000 Free. Breeze 
Advertiser Zone 2, circ., $15,000 Free; Breeze Peninsula Advertiser, circ., 
$5,260 Free. Space sold only in combination with South Bay Breeze. 

South Bay Breeze^- bvg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1922 8 23 29412.00^*22,477 

Color advertising accepted 

Robert L. Curry, Editor and Publisher. 

Redondo Reflex + rnursday Ind. Dem 1905 7 24 280 2.50 

Mrs. Laura Boaz, Editor; Lyle M. Webb, Publisher, 22 OVfc S. Pacific Ave. 

Record Thursday Independent 1946 8 24 280 3.00 

David Dessau, Publisher, P. O. Box 612. 1,900 Free 

REDWOOD CITYf (C6), pop. 25,544 (special U. S. Census 7-14-55, gives 38,960); 
San Mateo Co. (W). 26 m SE of San Francisco. SP RR. 

Cement, asbestos, magnesia, ruober products, automobile shims and seals, 
lithographing, recording equipment, conveyors, machine tools, safes, paper 
converters, radio parts and tubes manufactured. Tanneries ; creameries ; nurs- 
eries. Ships cut flowers. Agriculture. Six banks, deposits (6-30-67), $75,000,- 

000. 27,300 telephones. 

Pacific Stockman-h Monthly Livestock 1927 3 28 294 2.00 8,633 

Alyson E. Smith, Publisher, P. O. Box 750. 
Star-Advertiser Friday Independent 1886 5 24 218 2.00 

Floyd F. McCue. Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 976. 

(Times Gazette -- Thursday Independent 1859 8 23 294 1 '^54S Frte 

Tribune4- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1923 8 23 294 18.00**18,332 
Color advertising accepted. 
David N. Schultz, Editor; R. L. Spangler, Publisher, 901 Marshall St. 

REEDLEY (F7), pop. 4,135 (special U. S. Census 11-27-57, gives 5,280); Fresno Co. 
(SC). 25 m SE of Fresno. SP; AT&SF RRs. Reedley College. Fruit canning, dry- 
ing plants ; olive oil, boxes, tools, wine manufactured. Agriculture. Citrus, 
deciduous fruit. 

Exponent + Thursday Democratic 1890 8 24 287 3.50 2,719 

James W. Fairweather, Editor and Publisher. 

RESEDA (BIO), (pop inc. in Los Angeles) Los Angeles Co. (S). 24 m NW of Los 
Angeles. SP RR. Cannery; tile works. Egg shipping. Residential. Poultry, truck 

News + ! Thursday Independent 1922 8 22 294 2.50VAC 5,106 

Glen L. Ingles, Editor; West Valley Newspapers, Inc.. Publisher, VAC 9,896 Free 

6648 Reseda Blvd. 

RIALTO (10%). Pop. 3,156 (special U. S. Census 7-10-57, gives 16,359); San Ber- 
nardino Co. (SE). 5 m W of San Bernardino. PE; AT&SF RRs. Citrus fruit 
packing plant. Residential. Nurseries. Agriculture. Citrus fruits. 

Record-f- Thursday Independent 1911 8 23 294 3.00 $1,060 

Space sold only in combination with Bloomington News; Fontana Bulletin. $4,240 Free 
Marvin M. Gray, Editor and Publisher, 225 S. Riverside Ave. 

Sa Fa?m n Bu?i n a u C Mo n n t?ly } M nth * Asrieultural 1945 4 24 164 x.60 *1.700 

Wm. H. Eastwood, Editor; San Bernardino Co. Farm Bureau, Publisher, 

210 S. Riverside Ave. 

RICHMOND (C6%), pop. 99,545; Contra Costa Co. (W). On San Francisco Bay, 16 m 
Ne of San Francisco. AT&SF; SP RRs. Boat connections. Sardine fisheries; 
whale reduction. Rock quarries. 

Plumbing supplies, cast iron pipes, building materials, chemicals, fish meal 
and oil, vegetable oil, canned fruit and vegetables, tanks, drums, gasoline pumps, 
molasses, automobiles, casket hardware, iron oxide pigment, explosives, air- 
craft components, electronic instruments, machinery, clay products manufac- 
tured. Oil refineries; railroad shops; nurseries. 

C Jo r urna? Labor 192 5 24 224 3 ' 00 * 7 ' 775 

Olympic Press, Publisher, P O Box 1508 

EI P?e\7+ e HCral . d . B . Ce ^Thursday Independent 1945 8 24 287 3.00 1,175 

1. Eddie GaiiirEditor and Publisher, 3575 Dam Rd., El Sobrante, 

Horse Lover's Marine Bi-monthly f^hine,^ 193 c LtroW2re* dist ll$*l 

J. E. Draper, Editor; Horse Lover Magazine. Publisher, P. O. Box 1432. 

Independent-f- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1910 9 22 315 18.00 *31,774 

Color and comic advertising accepted. 

A. M. Richards, Jr., Editor; Warren Brown, Jr., Publisher. 

RIDGECREST (H8), pop. 2,028; Kern Co. (S). 125 m E of Bakersfield. Railroad sta- 
tion, Inyokern. SP RR. 
Indian Wells Valley Inde- 1 IQOK. a OA OQA * tin 

pendent and Times ^Thursday Independent 19 ^ 5 8 Z4 ^ 94 i i 

Herald 4- J l,l 

Don Yockey, Editor; Hubbard Printing, Inc., Publisher, P. O. Bin 7. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. ^Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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RIO VISTA (D5%), pop. 1,881 (special U. S. Census 2-11-58, gives 2,486) ; Solano Co. 
(NWC). On Sacramento River, 43 m S of Sacramento. Boat connections. Rail- 
roal station, Antioch. AT&SF ; SP RRa. Fruit and asparagus canning ; creamery ; 
planing mill ; beet harvesting machinery manufactured. Agriculture. 
River News-Herald + ............. Wednesday ..... Republican ......... 1890 7 24 280 3.00 2,424 

Roy Herburger. Editor; Paul A. West, Publisher, P. O. Box 786. 

RIPON (D6), pop. 1,560; San Joaquin Co. (C). 10 m NW of Modesto. SP RR. Con- 

denseries ; wineries ; olive oil mill. Dairy, fruit, poultry farms. 
Record ....................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1911 5 22 210 8.00 750 

Dorothy Blank, Editor; Arnold Blank, Publisher, P. O. Box 416. 

RIVERA See Pico Rivera, 

RIVERBANK (E5), pop. 2,662; Stanislaus Co. (C). 9 m NE of Modesto, nearest bank, 

AT&SF RR. Tomato paste factory ; winery ; nursery. Agriculture. 
News-f ..................................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1916 5 24 231 2.00 8612 

Prints section in Spanish. 

Florence Wilson Bessac, Editor and Publisher, 6718 Third St. 

RIVERDALE (F7), pop. X788; Fresno Co. (SC). 25 m S of Fresno. SP RR. Cream- 

ery; hatchery; fruit, vegetable packing. Dairy, grain farms, cotton. 
Free Press -f ............................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1912 8 24 815 2.50 1,120 

David E. Petrie, Editor and Publisher. 

RIVERSIDEt (H9%), pop. 46,764 (special U. S. Census 5-1-57, gives 75,673) ; River- 
side Co. (SE). 53 m E of Los Angeles. SP; PE; AT&SF; UP RRs. Airline, BAL. 
University of California at Riverside; Riverside College. 

Extensive citrus fruit packing, world's largest navel orange shipping center, 
large food distribution center. Manufactures aircraft motors, paper cups, food 
products, cement, orange packing machinery, box making and wire typing ma- 
chinery, motors, orchard beaters, Venetian blinds, paints, bricks, tile, surgical 
splints, aircraft precision instruments, plant covers, tree protectors, air con- 
ditioning eauipment copper and brass ware. Seed distribution center. Rock 
quarry. Tourist center. Nine banks: bank debits (1957), $1,205.356,000; de- 
posits (1957 est.), $126,328,236. 23,911 electric (AC) meters* 23,096 (resi- 
dential) gas (nat.) meters; 49,147 (residential) telephones. 
Beacon, The-f ......................... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1949 8 22 301 2.00 

A civilian enterprise published in the interest of the personnel of J7,000 Free 

March Air Force Base. 

William A. Conkey, Editor and Publisher, 3512 Fourteenth St. 
f Enterprise -f ............................. Morn.ex.Sun... Republican ......... 1884 8 22 801 22.20**ia,745 

Color advertising accepted in both dailies. 

jpre.. + ..................................... Ev 8 .ex.Sun...RepubIic.n ........ 1886 8 22 801 

I Press Enterprise -f ................. Sunday ............ Republican ........ 8 22 801 

Press -Enterprise Company, Publisher, 14th and Orange Grove Ave. 

Magnolia Center News -f ....... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1946 6 22 208 1.50 1,000 

Kathleen Kirkwood, Editor and Publisher, 3775 Arlington Ave. 8,000 Free 

Newg-f ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1929 8 22 294 8.00 *1,200 

E. A. Grosz. Publisher, 3739 Sixth St. % 1,600 Free 



.. Monthl y .......... Agriculture ....... 1946 5 23 224 1.00 $2,502 

Bryant A. Chandler, Editor; Riverside County Farm Bureau, Inc.. Publisher, 
3700 Chicago Ave. 

/Semi-mo ......... Labor .................. 1948 5 24 205 1.00 J4.000 

Leonard Surdam, Editor; Marvin M. Gray, Publisher, P. O. Box 216, Rialto. 

Riverside County Record -h... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1952 6 24 266 2.00 560O 

George L. Burqhart, Editor and Publisher, 510 East Norwood, San Gabriel. 

Rubidoux- West Side News-f .Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1958 8 24 294 J6.500 Free 

Marvin M. Gray, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 216, Rialto. 

RODEO (Jl), pop. X 5,500; Contra Costa Co. (W). 18 m N of Oakland. SP RR. Creamery; 

sheet metal works; oil refinery. Diversified farming. 
Tri-City News-f ...................... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1945 8 24 300 2.50 $4S 

Andrew M. Peters, Editor and Publisher, 362 Parker Ave. 4.20O Free 

ROLLING HILLS See Palos Verdes News of Palos Verdes Estates, also Rolling Hills 
News of Palos Verdes Estates. 

ROSEMEAD (D10HK pop. X 15, 000; Los Angeles Co. (S). 10 m E of Los Angeles. 
PE RR. Winery; feed, toys manufactured. Residential. Diversified farming. 
Walnuts, oranges, lemons. 
Herald-f ................................... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1947 6 24 266 2.00 1,650 

G. L. Burghart, Editor and Publisher, 510 East Norwood, San Gabriel. 
Review-f .................................. Thursday ........ Ind. Rep ............. 1925 7 24 280 3.00 $2,100 

Elizabeth Coulson. Editor; K. R. Hensler, Publisher, 9129 E. Valley Blvd. 

ROSEVILLE (D6), pop. 8,728 (special U. S. Census 8-4-55, gives 10,257). Placer Co. 
(NE). 18 m NE of Sacramento. SP RR. Olive oil, wine manufactured; fruit 
shipped. Railroad shops. Sand and gravel pits. Agriculture. Grapes, peaches, pears. 

Press-Tribune -f ...................... {l^, 6 *' Sat ' Independent ...... 1908 8 24 294 15.00 *2,463 

Frank E. Sevrene, Publisher. 
RUBIDOUX West Side News See Riverside. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *Jnne and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit J 
IP.O Statement; Bold face, worn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4 Uses Mata. *Nonparefl 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch, t Parish Seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNtfly 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included In membership fee. 

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CALIFORNIA 



SACRAMENTOf (DB), pop. 
(N 



Estab Cols < Width V Depth Sub Cirt 

187,672 (special U. S. Census 8-19-55, gives 167.182); 

Sacramento Co. (NC). The State Capitol on Sacramento River, 88 m NE of San 
Francisco. OCT; SP; SN; WP RRs. Airlines: PC; UAL. 

Center of fruit and vegetable canning industry; railroad shops; almond 
shelling, frozen food, olive pickling plants; sugar beet refineries; dairy prod- 
ucts, feeds; beverages; rice, flour mills; bean and rice cleaners and polishers; 
slaughtering, meat, poultry packing houses, brick and clay products ; soap and 
detergent, jet propellants and guided missiles, mining equipment, lumber boxes 
also manufactured. Sacramento State College. Six banks; savings deposits (6- 
80-56), $228,224,000. 185,601 (res.) electric (AC) meters; 125,986 (res.) gas 
(nat.) meters; 124,040 telephones. Two TV stations. 

Almond Facts Bi-monthly Almond Grow'g. 193 7 4 26 182 x 

Edw. A. Hayes, Editor; California Almond Growers Controlled free dist. 

Exchange, Publisher, 1802 C St. (8). 

Bee-f Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1857 8 22 808 21.00**150,050 

Saturday edition used as a weekly. 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Walter P. Jones, Editor; McClatchy Newspapers, Publisher (4). 

California Grange News -f Semi-mo State Grange 1932 5 23 210x1.00 *23,478 

See also Pacific Grange Farm Group, San Francisco, Calif. 

Craig B. Hazlewood, Ed.; Calif. State Grange, Pub., 2101 Stockton Blvd. (17). 

{T?afflcla?e C ty 1937 8 26 14 6 * 00 

. H. Jackson, Editor; Calif. Assn. of Hwy. Patrolmen. Pub., P. O. Box 551 (3). 



4,137 



5 ' 848 



California Highways and \ n . 
Public Works (no adv.)....[ Bl 



1924 



3 28 130 

Controlled free dist. 

Richard Winn, Editor; Calif. State Department of Public Works, Publisher, 

P. O. Box 1499 (7). 

Calif ornia Journal of Elemen-) Qt . __.,_ fElementary 1932 1 50 94 1.00 
tary Education(no adv.) ../ Quarterly JEducation Controlled free dist. 

California Schools (no adv.). .Monthly Educational 193 Controlled free dist. 

Ivan R. Waterman, Editor ; California State Department of Education, 

Publisher, Room 305, 721 Capitol Ave. 
California Rabbit News Monthly Rabbits 1941 3 28 126 1.00 

Charles E. Hazelwood, Editor and Publisher, 4440 67th St. (20). 
California Rancher Monthly Agricultural 1947 3 26 140 3.00 

Leonard G. Duck, Publisher, 2900 Rio Linda Blvd. (15). Controlled free dist. 



*47,500 



500 
7,800 

12,500 



4.200 
26,000 



Outdoor Sports. 1951 3 

Harry" Wilbur, Editor and Publisher, 1515 El Monte Ave. 



28 136 3.00 $6.000 



..... 1931 5 24 221 3.00 

A. Curts Taylor"' Editor; Calif. State Employees' Assn., Pub., 1315 K. St. (14). 
East Yolo Record -f ................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1952 9 22 294 1.00 

Julius A. Feher, Editor; Douglas Tibbitts, Publisher, P. O. Box 96, 
West Sacramento. 

+V ............................... Friday ............. CoHe.Ute ........... ^t&JJJjJSt 

Students of Sacramento State College, Editors and Pubs., Ill Douglas Hall (19). 

Legal Press -f .......................... Friday ............. Legal .................. 1926 6 24 266 1.00 

R. L. Statton, Editor; Security Title Insurance Co., Publisher, 811 J St. (1). 

Outlook -f (Negro) ................... Semi-mo, ........ Republican ......... 1942 7 26 294 2.00 

Rev. J. T. Muse, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 2543. 

Recorder-f ................................ { M | r u n n ex * Sat< Financial ........... 1911 7 24 259 20.00 $1,150 

A. P. Rouse, Editor; Capital City Title Co., Publisher, 801 J St. (5). 



67,800 
5,165 

3.200 
338 



Sacramentan, The .................... Monthly .......... { 



impious? 



l933 4 24 15T * 2 ' 50 



Merle Hussong, Editor; Sacramento Chapter No. 2, California State 
Employees' Assn.. Publisher, P. O. Box 551. 

m e +.. ............. ShoppingNews..l931 8 24 294 

Bert Williams, Editor";' C. O. Badgley and C. A. Badgley, Publishers, 
8301 Broadway (17). 



20,118 



Richard H. Marriott, Editor; Sacramento Labor Council, Building Trades and 
Allied Printing Trades, Publishers, 2525 Stockton Blvd. (17). 

d^". f !! r . n 1908 8 23 294 4 - 50 * n 471 

Rev. E! J. Gallagher, Editor ; Bishop Joseph T. McGucken, Publisher, 
P. O. Box 1407. 

Union -f .Morn.ex. Sat...Independent 1851 8 22 298 18.00*^46,331 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. Sunday circ. **53,844) 

J. L. Rosenberg, Editor; Sacramento Publishing Co., Ltd., 1910 Capital Ave. (5). 

Western Building Review Monthly {Sfdi^Mat* 1925 2 40 14 2 ' * 2 ' 000 

C. D. Le Master, Editor and Publisher, 1080 Los Molinaa Way (21). 

Wing Tips-f Bi-wkly, Fri...Independent 1941 5 28 224 $5.000 Free 

Distributed to personnel of Mather Air Force Base, Calif. 
Herbert Levinson, Publisher, P. O. Box 850, Roseville. 



Circulation **Spt. A.B.C. Statement; *Jun and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement: Bold face, sworn; tPubiisher's Report: Light face, estimated. + Uees Mats. Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallr 
estimate. VI>ued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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SAINT HELENA (C5), pop. 2 297; Napa Co. (W). 50 m N of San Francisco. SP RR. 
Dehydrating, concrete products plants ; wineries. Quicksilver mines. Agriculture. 
Grapes, prunes, poultry, hay, grain. 

Re4wood Rancher (offset) Monthly Agriculture 1946 3 24 140 3.00 $5,000 

Vaughau M. Herdell, Editor; Herdell & Beard, Publishers, P. O. Box 72. 

Star + Thursday Republican 1874 8 24 280 2.50 2,081 

Starr Baldwin, Editor; Mrs. Lola G. Mackinder, Publisher. 

SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE (C5), pop. X700; Contra Costa Co. (W). 3 m E of Oak- 
land. SN RR. Bank, Walnut Creek. Saint Mary's College (Cath. men). 

Collegian-fV Bi-wkly, Fri... Collegiate 1903 5 24 210 3.00 

Associated Students of Saint Mary's College, Editors and Publishers. 

SALINASf (D7), pop. 13,917 (special U. S. Census 5-18-55, gives 21,133); Monterey 
Co. (W). 19 m E of Monterey. SP RR. Airline, UAL. Hartnell College. Manu- 
factures pumps, sugar, milk products, canned fruits and vegetables. Ships lettuce. 
Diversified farming. Lettuce, sugar beets, artichokes, beans, peas. TV station. 

Californian + Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1871 8 22 294 18.00 **15,018 

Color advertising accepted. 
P. H. Caswell, Publisher. 

Monterey County Democrat -f .Sunday Independent 1946 7 23 280 2.50 $868 

William Camie, Jr., Editor and Publisher, Box 1668. 

SAN ANDREASf (E5%), pop. 1,263; Calaveras Co. (C). 40 m NE of Stockton. 
Railroad station, Kentucky House. SP RR. Cement factory ; saw mill. Gold mines. 
Agriculture. Cattle and sheep raising. 

JFriday Republican 1881 7 24 280 3.00 1,625 

L. R. Petithomme, Editor; Calaveras Publishing Company. 

SAN ANSELMO (Hl%), pop. 9,188 (special U. S. Census 2-8-55, gives 10,446) ; Marin 
Co. (W). 20 m NW of San Francisco. Railroad station, San Raphael. NWP RR. 
Manufactures food specialties, automatic weighing machinery, milk products. 
Nursery. 

{North Marin Times -f Wednesday Independent 1958 8 23 287 5.00 
Ross Valley Times -f Thursday Independent 1950 8 23 287 3.00 1,363 

Jack Lepinski, Publisher, 10 Bank St. 

SAN BERNARDINOf (H9%), pop. 63,058 (special U. S. Census 1-19-56, gives 83.145) ; 
San Bernardino Co. (SE). 60 m E of Los Angeles. AT&SF; UP; PE RRs. San 
Bernardino Valley College. 

Railroad shops; foundry; color and comic printing; steel mill; fruit packed. 
Cement, refrigerator cars, wine, liquor, dairy products, plumbing material manu- 
factured. Three banks; bank debits (12-31-57), $1,324,025,703; deposits (12- 
31-57), $120,544,095. 45,378 electric (AC) meters; 28,501 gas (nat.) meters; 
48,886 telephones. 

Airfoil, The+ Thursday Independent 195 8 22 301 ji 2 %oO Free 

A civilian enterprise published in the interest of the personnel of Norton Air 

Force Base. 
William A. Conkey, Editor and Publisher, 381 Eighth St. 

Democrat Free- Press -f Monthly Democratic 1946 5 24 220 5,500 

Don Duree, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 335. 

{East Valley Times and 1 
East Base Line [Friday Independent 1950 8 24 308 3.00 1,595 
News Advertiser-f- J 
MuscoyNews-f Thursday Independent 1930 8 24 308 2.00 499 

Harry D. Schultz, Editor and Publisher, S45 I St. 

Heraldo El (Spanish ) + Thursday Independent 1949 5 24 210 

M. J. Ciriza. Editor and Publisher, 579 N. Mount Vernon Ave. 

(Highlander, The Monthly Independent 1941 7 24 280 
Loma Linda Bulletin Monthly Independent 1940 7 24 280 
Leo O. Donahue, Editor and Publisher, 345 I St. 

Inland California Labor \q-~* ~, rt T K. IQQQ * OA OOA * r\n 

Journal >oemi-mo .Labor ,.IVM 5 U4 ii\ 6.00 

Winnif red E/ Hill, Editor; Paul E. Weaver, Publisher, 1414 2nd St.. Santa Monica. 

.. }semi-mo Labor 1948 5 24 205 1.00 *4,440 

Leonard Surdam, Editor; Marvin M. Gray, Publisher, P. O. Box 216, Rialto. 

"Sun-f Morn.ex.Sun... Independent 1894 8 23 294 23.40*^42,871 

Sun Telegram-}- Sunday Independent 8 23 294 **57,345 

Prints Trona and China Lake Edition. 

Color and comic strip advertising in both dailies. 

Telegram-f- Evg. ex. Sun. ..Independent 1865 8 23 294 23.40 * 17, 643 

J. A. Guthrie, Editor; Sun Co. .Inc., Publisher, 4th and D Sts. 

SAN BRUNO (J2%), pop. 12,478 (special U. S. Census 4-27-66, gives 20,037; San 
Mateo Co. (W). 12 m S of San Francisco. SP RR. Airport. 

Manufactures radio supplies, cement laundry trays, short wave equipment. 
Residential. Truck farms. Potatoes, artichokes, cauliflower. 

{Herald-f Thursday Independent 1914 8 24 294 8.50 1,863 
Recorder Progress -f - Wednesday. Independent 1923 8 24 294 16,925 Free 
A. I. Cloud. Publisher, 205 W. Angu* Ave. 

Circulation *>*Sept. A B.C. Statement; *June and March A. B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, *worn; t Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -fUses Mats. O Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty teat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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Estab Co !!<> Width V Depth Sub Eire 

SAN CARLOS (J3), pop. 14,371 (special U. S. Census 12-18-56, gives 19,605); San 
Mateo Co. (W). 25 m SE of San Francisco. SP RR. Airport. Manufactures tele- 
scopes, wood products, oil burners, electronics, gloves, paper cartons, tool. Resi- 
dential. Nurseries. 
Enquirer-f ................................ Wednesday ..... Independent ...... 1925 9 22 294 4.00 *3,806 

Prints Shopper weekly for free distribution. Circ. 1:4,850. 
Howard W. Sanborn, Editor and Publisher. 

SAN CLEMENTE (H10), pop. 2,008 (special U. S. Census 10-1-57, gives 7,108); 
Orange Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean, 32 m SW of Santa Ana. AT&SF RR. Resort. 
J Post-f ....................................... Monday ........... Independent ....... 1953 8 24 294 4.00 8,165 

] Sun-f- ........................................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1937 8 24 294 4.00 3,470 

1 Robert Hancock and Karl Wray, Editors and Publishers. 

SAN DIEGOf (H10H), pop. 334,387 (special U. S. Census 3-30-57, gives 494,201); 
San Diego Co. (S). On San Diego Bay, 125 m SE of Los Angeles. AT&SF; 
SD&AE RRs. Airlines, AA; BAL; UAL; WAL. Splendid harbor with extensive 
commerce. 

Manufactures acoustical materials, adhesives, airplanes and airplane parts, 
aluminum, bamboo, dairy, electronic, plastic, rubber products, awnings, bever- 
ages, paper and wooden boxes, bricks, brooms, building supplies, cannery equip- 
ment, caskets, citrus by-products, clothing, coffee (roasting and packing), 
dental specialties, detergents, drugs, chemicals, engines (Diesel marine), farm 
and garden machinery, furniture, paint, parachutes, processing and packing 
(meat, fish, fruit and food), plumbing supplies, pumps, shipyards and marine 
ways, tools, dies, uniforms, vending machines. Five banks; bank debits (12-31- 
57), $7,752,150,962; deposits (12-31-57), $797,477,000. 158,179 electric (AC) 
meters; 146,277 gas (nat.) meters; 225,286 telephones. State College, California 
Western University, private schools. Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard 
installations and schools; Naval hospital. Tourist resort. Sport and commercial 
fishing. Two TV stations. 

CaHfornia Garden* ................ Quarter* ........ FlorieuUure ....... 19 Vcn^oU!^?. IS 

Alice M. Clark. Editor; San Diego Floral Assn., Pub., % Supt. Balboa Park (1). 
Clairemont News -f ................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1958 8 23 294 2.00 1,286 

Donald James, Editor; David S. Hillman, Publisher, 4368 Moraga Ave. 8,568 Free 

Daily Transcript -f .................. Kvg. ex. Sun... f Real Estate, 1QQft Q OA ni on nn 

LydiaLandon Grandier, Aline Grandier \Lesal. Finan. 1886 8 24 30130.00 

Arbuckle, Edward Morrison, Publishers, P. O. Box 1670 (12). 
East San Diego Press 4- .......... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1913 5 24 224 2.50 J276 

Larry Springer, Editor and Publisher, 4020 Fairmount Ave. (5). $5,024 Free 

Independent-f ......................... Thurs. & Sun..Inde P endent ...... 1926 8 22 ^ fo^-Free 

Printed in four editions: Eastern Ed.; Metropolitan Ed.; Southern Ed.; West- 
ern Ed. 

E. L. Cushman, Publisher, 1245 Broadway (2). 
Labor Leader-^- ....................... Thursday ........ Labor ................. 1902 5 24 203 2.00 32,000 

George Bergman, Editor; San Diego County Labor Council, Publisher, 

525 E St. (1). 
Light House -f (Negro) ........... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1939 5 24 252 3.50 J3,000 

N. M. Young, Editor and Publisher, 2652-54 Imperial Ave. (2). 
Mission Beach Californian-f .. Wednesday ..... Independent ...... 1936 6 26 252 2.50 

Clifford B. Tibbetts, Ed.; John Pemberton, Pub., 3789 Mission Blvd. (8). 
NavyNews-f .......................... Monthly .......... Naval & Milit... 1933 4 22 147 2.00 150 

D. T. Westmoreland, Ed.; Citizen Ptg. and Pub. Co., 3738-40 El Cajon Blvd. (6). 
North Shores Sentinel See Pacific Beach. 



... ............. 3 28 

Edwin F. Self, Editor; Edwin F. Self and John Vietor, Publishers, 
3254 Rose-Crans. 



San Diego Business -f ............. Monthly ......... com'mc 1932 4 26 172 x1 ' 00 3 ' 100 

Alan McGrew, Editor; San Diego Chamber of Commerce, Ltd., Publisher, 
499 W. Broadway (1). 

San Diego Club Life -f- ........... Monday ........... Clubs ................. 1928 3 26 140 1.00 1,800 

Ray D. Jackson, Editor; San Diego Club, Publisher, 1250 Sixth Ave. (1). 

Southeastern Times + ............. Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1951 5 24 199 2 j5?800 Free* 

Bessie Bergman, Editor; Southeastern Pub'g Co., 5326 Manzanares Way (14). 
~ i.* i r v. *ui fSou. Calif. 1936 4 26 168 

Southern California Rancher. Monthly .......... ) Farming Controlled free dist. J14.500 

P. S. Rush, Editor and Publisher, 1134 30th St. (12). 
Southern Cross 4- ................... Thursday ........ Roman Cath ....... 1937 8 21 294 4.00 21,473 

Rev James P. O'Shea Editor; Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego, Publisher, 
Alcala Park, Box 1488 (10). 



Herb Brin, Editor and Publisher, 333 Plaza (1). 
Star-News-f ............................ Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1921 6 24 224 2.50 

Betty J. McCaffrey, Editor; Fred Ellis and John Miller, Publishers, 9,000 Free 

3922 4th Ave. (3). 
State College Aztec V 4- ......... Tues.&Fri. Coll. News . 1921 5 24 203x3.50 $7.000 

Associated Students of San Diego State College, Publishers (5). 



Circulation **Sept. A B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. ^Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNall* 
estimate V Issued only during academic year. xSubscrtption included in membership fee. 

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SAN DIEGOf (Continued) " Estab Cols^ Width VDipth Sub Eire 

(Tribune + ................................. Ev. ex. Sun...Independent ....... 1895 8 22 309 21.60**! 18,418 
Color and comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. 
Eugene Williams, Ed.; Union-Tribune Publishing Co., Union-Tribune Bid*. (12). 
Union-f ............................. ~ ..... Every Morn...Ind. Rep .............. 1868 8 22 809 24.60**88,e46 
Richard F. Pourade, Editor; Union-Tribune Publishing Co., Sunday circ.** 185,949 

Union-Tribune Bid*. (12). 

f International 
Viltis ......................................... 6ti.ayr .......... <[ Folklore & 1941 2 40 140 8.00 $ 1,600 

[Folkdancing 

V. F. Bella jus, Editor and Publisher, 1550 Tenth Ave. (1). 

SAN DIMAS (D10), pop. 1,840; Los Angeles Co. (S). 6 m NW of Pomona. PE; 
AT&SF RRs. California State Polytechnic College. Citrus fruit packing. Nurs- 
eries. Agriculture. Oranges, lemons, grapefruit. Chickens. 
Northeast Valley News See Glendora. 
Press-f- ..................................... Thursday ........ Ind. Rep ............. 1900 8 23 280 3.00 $1,010 

Mrs. R. E. Lee Aldrich, Publisher, 233 W. Bonita. 

SAN FERNANDO (C9%). pop. 12.992 (special U. S. Census 10-13-56, gives 15,668); 
Los Angeles Co. (S). 20 m NW of Los Angeles. PE; SP RRs. Citrus fruit packing; 
fruit and vegetable canning and preserving; oil refinery. Cement pipe, olive oil, 
meat products, electronics, shirts, hosiery manufactured. Nurseries. Oil well. 
Agriculture. Citrus fruit, vegetables. 

Sun-Reporter -f ........................ Thurs. & Sun...Independent ..... 1903 8 24 28 ' 



Space sold only in combination with Outlook of Granada Hills ; Post of Pacoima. 
Pete Moosman, Editor; Mission Publications, Inc., P. O. Box 110. 
Valley Times See North Hollywood. 

SAN FRANCISCOf (C6fc), pop. 775,857; City and County of San Francisco (W). On 
San Francisco Peninsula bounded by San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate and Pacific 
Ocean, has one of the finest harbors in the world. Gateway to the West, ranking 
in Pacific waterborne commerce, financial center, wholesale trade. WP; AT&SF; 
P&SR; SP; NWP RRs. Airlines: AA; BOAC; JAL; PAA; PC; QEA; TWA; 
UAL; WAL. 

Printing and publishing houses. Manufactures bakery products, canned and 
dried fruits and vegetables, paper boxes, confectionery, paints, chemicals, glass, 
leather, lumber, textiles, steel, clothing, bags, furniture, auto parts, electrical 
machinery, matches, clay, rubber products, tools, beverages. Coffee roasting, 
meat, fruit, vegetable packing ; tea, spice, extract plants ; shipyards ; foundries ; 
machine shops. Eighteen banks, not including Federal Reserve bank; de- 
posits (6-30-58), $14,920,000,000. 269,084 electric (AC) meters; 247,893 gas 
(nat.) meters; 507,973 telephones. United States Mint; University of San 
Francisco (Cath. men); University of California at San Francisco; San Fran- 
cisco State College; other colleges; law, dental, medical and many private 
schools. Six TV stations. 



n ^__ ___ [Tues. &Fri Legal 1890 1 46 10230.00 

"^Recorder'printrnsr and Publishing Co., 99 S. Van Ness Ave. (13). 

Agrichemical West Monthly \ fitful' Chem ' ls 1958 3 26 140 5.00 

Ralph W. Booze, Jr., Editor ; Richard M. Beeler^ Publisher, 1445 Stockton St. (11). 

Architect and Engineer Monthly Arch. & Contr... l905 \ \^ \*% 8 ' 00 

Edwin H. Wilder, Editor; Architect and Engineer, Inc., Pub., 68 Post St. (4). 

Argonaut-f Monthly { W "c oast lifts. 1877 8 26 14 5 ' 00 

Harry H. Nasburg, Editor and Publisher, 544 Market'st. (4). 

Bay Region Business lir*fi v pv* fBusi. & 1944 3 80 154 x $30 

(no adv.) fftntiy, *ri [ch. of Com. Controlled free dist. 15,805 

James D. Warnock, Editor; San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, Publisher, 
838 Pine St. (4). 

Beverage Industry News -f. ...Semi-mo Alcoholic Bev 1935 5 Controlled ci?c 

L. W. Page, Ed.; J. L. Rogers and L. W. Page. Pubs., Central Tower Bldg. (3)! 
Bien+ (The Bee) (Dan.) Thursday Independent 1882 7 26 287 5.00 3,10O 

Sven Stribolt, Editor; Belle Redsted, Publisher, 435 Duboce Ave. (17). $2,000 Free 

Body Moderne Bi-monthly Health 1946 3 30 127 8.00 

Subscription price $8.00 per 12 issues. 

Walter F. Baptiste, Editor and Publisher, 230 Powell St. (2). 
Budde, Henry F. Publications, Inc. See San Francisco Progress. 



2 28 104 x2.00 $15,106 

Issued bi-mo., July-August. 

Marian Alford, Editor; California State Nurses' Assn., Inc., Publisher, 

185 Post St. (8). 
Bulletin of the Italian 1 

Catholic Federation Monthly Catholic 1928 8 24 280 xl.OO $10,000 

(Ital. & Eng.) + I 

Dominic Bazzanella, Editor; Italian Catholic Federation, Publisher, 
678 Green St. (11). 



Pacific Coast Business \ Mon . v ] T^SK^S' 1 '' 1910 ft 24 188 800 

Shitmin* R<rf.fr fMonday ^Industry & 1919 8 24 186 8.00 

J [Finance 

A. Harold Noon, Editor and Publisher, 681 Market St. (5). 



drcolatioo **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNalhr 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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Circ 



SAN FRANCISCOf (Continued) 

California Bowling News See Glendale, Calif. 

California Cattleman Monthly Beef Cattle 1917 3 27 140 2.60 

J. Edgar Dick, Editor; California Cattlemen's Assn., Publisher, 
659 Monadnock Bldg. (5). 

California Druid Monthly Fraternal 1902 8 24 126x1.00 

John R. Flos, Editor; United Ancient Order of Druids, Publisher, 44 Page St. (2). 

California Farmer -f- Bi-wkly, Sat.. .Agricultural 1854 4 26 189 1.00*115,282 

The California Farmer, Publisher, 83 Stevenson St. (5). 

^Germ^nT* 616 . ^ resse JFriday Independent 1949 7 26 296 3.00 

Capt. Alf redo Gampper,' Editor ; Val J. Peter, Publisher, 
1307 Howard St., Omaha 8, Neb. 

California GP Monthly Medical 1949 2 27 112 x2.60 

Frank W. Norman, M.D., Editor; Calif. Academy of General Practice, Publisher, 
461 Market St. (5). 

California Grocers Advocate.. Friday Grocery 1891 2 40 140 2.60 

W. D. Hadeler, Editor; Calif. Grocery Assn., Publisher, 870 Market St. (2). 
California Historical 1 

Society Quarterly ^Quarterly Historical 1922 1 64 100x15.00 

(no adv.) J 

Donald C. Biggs, Editor; California Historical Society, Publisher, 

2090 Jackson St. (9). 
California Journal of 1 K f . Q TP^,,^.*!^.! 1949 1 52 98 6.00 

Educational Research | B " a yr Educational Controlled free dist. 

Garford G. Gorden, Editor; California Teachers Assn., Publisher, 
693 Sutter St. (2). 

California Legionnaire -f Monthly Amer. Legion.... 1929 5 24 220x2.00 

S. D. Chalios, Editor; The American Legion, Dept. of California, Publisher, 
114 Veterans Bldg. (2). 

California Livestock News -f.. Tuesday {j'ndustr? 1925 5 24 21 x7 * 50 

W. P. Wing, Editor; California Wool Growers' Assn., 151 Mission St. (5). 

Pacific ^Quarterly JGen'lBusi. ' x 

Printed quarterly in March, June, September and December as complete magazine, 

in bulletin form with no advertising in other eight months. 
Will Williams, Editor; Calif. State Chamber of Commerce, 350 Bush St. (4). 

California Medicine -f Monthly {AScierf*** 1902 2 48 133 x6 * 00 

Dr. D. L. Wilbur, Editor; California Medical Assn., Publisher, 450 Sutter St. (8). 
California Plumbing lnfn*M,r JPlumb'g 1948 3 28 136 

Contractor-h jMontniy jContract'g Controlled free dist. 

J. D. Mack, Editor; Associated Plumbing Contractors of California, Publisher, 
785 Market St., Suite 1404 (3). 

California State Bar Journal + Bi-monthly Legal 1927 1 48 98x1.00 

B. J. Ballard, Editor; State Bar of California, Publisher, 2100 Central Tower (3). 

California Veteran -f Monthly Vets. News 1933 5 24 210 2.00 

Veterans of Foreign Wars, Publisher, 107 War Memorial Bldg. (2). 

California Veterinarian Bi-monthly Veterinary 1947 2 31 116 3.00 

Charles S. Travers, Editor; California State Veterinary Medical Assn., Publisher, 
3004 16th St. (3). 

California Woman -f Bi-monthly.... { ^ m .f ciuba 1933 3 28 136 x ' 50 

Mrs. Grace Pickthorn, Editor; Calif. Fed. of Business and Professional Women's 
Clubs, Publisher, Room 223, 681 Market St. (5). 

Call-Bulletin -f Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1855 8 23 280 18.00**140,207 

Color advertising accepted. Sat. evg. c ire.** 126,903 

Hearst Publications, Inc., Howard St. and Holland Court (19). 

Ch \ n Ch7nes\ C ) ftC Weekly ^Saturday Independent 1946 6 25 126 4.50 3,449 

Gilbert Woo""Editor'V Chinese Pacific Publishing Co., 751 Clay St. (8). 

Ch YTt 8 poT^C^ 192T 8 28 28 24 ' 00 8 ' 929 

P. C. Lin, Editor; C. D. Jow, Publisher, 809 Sacramento St. (8). 

Chinese Times -f (Chinese). ...Evfir. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1924 6 39 22424.00 9,335 

Kwai Fong Chan, Editor; Chinese Times Pub. Co., Inc., 117 Waverly Place (8). 

Ch & n< Eng^) 0rld ~'~ * Chinese JMorn.ex.Sun... Independent 1891 8 23 280 24.00 8,986 

Dai Mi'ngLee,' Editor'i'chinese World Ltd., Publisher, 736 Grant Ave. (8). 
Chronicle-f- Every Morn.. .Republican 1865 8 22 800 27.00**22S,429 

Color (and Sunday only, comic strip) advertising accepted. Sunday circ.-<276,473 

Prints Sunday supplement in color rotogravure called Bonanza. 

Charles Thieriot, Editor; Chronicle Publishing Co., 901 Mission St. (19). 



$6,800 



12,200 



420 

S88 



151,987 



3,596 



*7,803 



16,642 



7,361 



$21,800 
50,000 
J2,327 



$16,500 



Civil Service Reporter \iyr/,+i,i fCivil Service IQ OQ K *M O-IA 9 t\n 

(West Coast Edition) +..( Monthly lEmployees 1939 5 24 214 2 ' 00 

William G. Robbins, Ed.; Civil Service Reporter Pub'g Co.. 26 O'Farrell St. (8). 
Coast Shoe Reporter Monthly Ret. Shtoe Trd.... 1904 3 28 140 1.50 

William R. Ahern, Editor and Publisher, 2700 19th St. 

Commercial News + {Jfsun' 6 *' 8 **' Commercial 1875 6 24 22624.00 

Newton Wise, Editor; Commercial News Pub. Co., 149 California St. (11). 



1,900 
*7,056 



-**Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 



I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; (Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated, -f Uses Mats. ^ Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. ? Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNatly 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 
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Commonwealth (no adv.) Monday., 



fCom'n wealth 
\ problems 



Estab Cols<> Width V Depth Sub 
1924 2 28 101 4.00 



Stuart R. Ward, Ed.; Commonwealth Club of Calif., Pub., Hotel St. Francis (19). 

1949 3 27 140 4.00 
Construction Illustrated ......... Monthly .......... Eng'g Constr.... 2 40 140 

Controlled circ. 

Donald F. Forster, Editor; Forster Publishing Co.. 693 Market St. (5). 
n * * r *,/ MM.+M*. (Coll. Alum. 1924 2 27 94 8.00 

Contact Point V ....................... Monthly ......... j& Dental 1 64 94 

Student Body and Alumni Assn., College of Physicians and Surgeons, School of 
Dentistry, Editors and Publishers, 844 Fourteenth St. (3). 

Corriere de^Popolo-f jMonthly .......... Labor ................. 1910 8 24 294 2.60 

Dr. CarmeioZito, Editor and Publisher, 628 Montgomery St. (11). 



Circ 



2,981 



S,400 



) 8 }\Vednesday ..... Independent ...... 1852 5 38 294 7.50 1,775 

Jean Sallaberry, Editor'; L'Echo de L'Ouest, Inc., Publisher, 2448 Clay St. (15). 



$92,747 
2,192 

3,882 
37,977 



[Monthly Educational 1904 8 27 140 x2.00 

J. Wilson' McKenney, "Editor; Calif. Teachers Assn., Publisher. 693 Sutter St. 
Daily Construction Service.... | j^g^' Sat * Eng'g Constr 1919 2 41 14075.00 

Prints two editions, Los Angeles and San Franicsco. Each edition complete 

within itself. 
Space sold in either or both editions, in monthly units, insertion every 3rd day ; 

copy changeable monthly. 
Wade Publishing Co., 16 First Street (19). 

Daily Pacific Builder [^^J"^ x - Sun -Bldg. & Eng'g... 1890 6 24 24172.00 

G. E. McGavran, Editor; F. W. Dodge Corp., Publisher. 465 Tenth St. (3). 

Dispatcher, The (no adv.) Bi-wkly. Fri.. .Labor 1942 4 29 224x1.60 

Morris Watson, Editor; International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's 
Union. Publisher, 160 Golden Gate Ave. (2). 

Edwards Abstract {ft Sun**" 8 * 1 ' {&'CredIit W8 1866 4 25 168 120 - 00 

Advertising accepted only by special arrangement. 

Recorder Ptg. and Publishing Co., 99 S. Van Ness Ave. (3). 
Electrical West Monthly Electrical 1887 3 27 140 2.00 *12,134 

C. W. Leihy. Editor; McGraw-Hill Co. of Calif., Publisher, 68 Post St. (4). 
Examiner-f Every Morn. ...Independent 1880 8 23 280 27.00**257,2S1 

Color advertising accepted. Sunday circ. 12.00*^469,372 

Prints Sunday supplement in color rotogravure called Pictorial Living. 

Hearst Publishing Company, Inc., Third and Market Sts., (19). 

1926 8 24 294 2.00 $1,000 
$3,000 

4,000 



Associa'd Stud's of Univ. of San Francisco, Eds. and Pubs., 2130 Fulton St. (17). 
Golden GaterV ......................... Wed. & Fri ...... Collegiate .......... 1920 6 25 260 2.60 

Associated Students of San Francisco State College, Editors and Publishers, 
1600 Holloway Ave. (27). 

19 6 B - 



Hardware World 



Month* ......... 



Milton Albin, Ed.; Chilton Co.. Publisher, 1355 Market St. (3). 



Controlled circ. >15,130 



24 



Herald of Health Monthly Health 1896 C j n tr 8 lledfree dist! 

Don C. Matchan, Editor; Herald of Health Pub'g Co., 2454 Van Ness Ave. (9)! 
^(J^p^&^Eng ) 11 JMorn.ex.Sun...Independent 1948 8 24 273 19.50 

Iwao Shimizu."Editor;"Hokubei Mainichi, Publisher, P. O. Box 3321 (19). 
International Post Bi-monthly Hobbies 1915 2 26 210x3.00 

J. A. Urquhart, Editor; Urquhart Pub'ns., P. O. Box 3262, Rincon Annex (19). 

^vSce^eT 1 ^ 1886 7 

L'ltalia, Press Co., Publisher, 1600 Stockton St. (11). 
Jewish Community Bulletin.. Friday Jewish & Lit 1895 5 

Eugene B. Block, Editor and Publisher, 40 First St. (5). 

JU ^^k^Vsw?o. r CroLt'n) } Friday Independent 1909 7 26 

Charles M. Cvetkovich, Editor and Publisher, 223 Valencia St. (3). 

Labor Review -f Wednesday Labor 1937 5 24 

Olympic Press, Publisher, 5823 Occidental St., Oakland. 

Leone II (Ital.) + Monthly {j^J $ ewfl 1912 7 26 

Organ of Order of Sons of Italy in State of Calif., Green and Columbua Ave. 

Little City News-f Wednesday Independent 1940 5 24 224 3.00 

George De Martini, Editor; Armond De Martini, Publisher, 451 Columbus Ave(ll). 

Magyar Ujsag (Hung.) Monthly Independent 1935 8 24 280 6.00 

Pannonia Press, Inc., Publisher, 618 Octavia St. (2). 

Mining World Monthly Mining 1938 | JJJ J^J 4 ' 00 

Prints export edition called World Mining. Total unpaid dist. 

George O. Argall, Editor; Miller Freeman Publications, Inc., 
500 Howard St. (6). 



7,450 
500 



6,021 



280 
210 
280 
224 
280 



3.00 10,090 
6.00 

3.00 $4,400 
x $10,216 
10,000 

*1 1,492 
1,151 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
5 P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisber'a Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. O Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Censui. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fee. 

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SAN FRANCISCOf (Continued) Estab Col$<2> Width T Depth Sub Cire 

MonitorH- Friday Cath. & News.... 1858 8 22 297 4.00 *S1,9S4 

Rt. Rev. Walter J. Tappe, Editor; Roman Catholic Archbishop of San 
Francisco, Publisher, 441 Church St. (14). 

Motorland Bi-monthly Motoring 1917 8 27 140 xl.OO 317,971 

William C. Ellis, Ed.; CaJ. State Auto. Assn., Inc., Pub., 150 Van Ness Ave. (2). 

Musical News Monthly { Union*" 18 ' 1916 8 80 14T * 

A. J. Haywood, Editor; Musicians' Union, Local No. 6, Pub., 230 Jones St. (2). 

Na L^e) V 7^ssianT dern } Weekly Independent 1950 8 24 315 4.00 1,530 

Nicholas Nechkin","Ed'itor and Publisher, 331 Potrero Ave. (2). 
National Motorist (offset) Bi-monthly Motoring 1924 3 28 140 x 270,000 

Jim Donaldson, Editor; National Automobile Club of California, Publisher, 

216 Pine St. (4). 
Neighborhood Journal See Oakland. 

Ne (Greek) >rnia HellCniC+ JThursday Independent 1907 7 24 294 8.00 2,850 

Nicholas" DaiiasT 'Editor"; Acropolis Publishing Corp., 1625 Market St. (3). 

News-f Evg. ex. Sun. ..Independent 1903 8 22 315 18.00**101,786 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. Saturday circ. *^r91,O27 

C. H. Schneider, Editor; Daily News Co., Ltd., Publisher, 812 Mission St. (1). 



JDly 



r ex. Mon... Independent 1946 5 24 224 19.50 

Y. W. AbTko, Editor; Nichi Bei Times, Inc., Publisher, 1375 Eddy St. (15). 

Novaya Zarya (New lMorn.ex.Sun. T ^^* 1000 c oc oon a Kn 

Dawn) + (Russ.) '& Mon. Independent 1928 6 26 280 8.60 

G. T. Soohoff, Editor and Publisher, 2078 Sutter St. (15). 

Olympian Monthly {cfub^Affairs 1906 3 28 14 x3 ' 00 

Roger Williams, Editor; The Olympic Club, Publisher, 170 S. Van Ness Ave. 

Organized Labor Semi-mo Labor 1900 5 24 224 2.40 

Organized Labor Pub. Co., Inc., 200 Guerrero St. 

Pacific Air and Truck 1 .,,, [Shippers & 1943 3 27 140 2.00 

Traffic (offset) jMontniy JTraffic Mgrs. Controlled circ. 

William G. Fitzgerald, Editor; George E. Martin, Publisher, 400 Front St. (11). 

Pacific Churchman -f (offset). Monthly Episcopal 1879 3 30 126 1.00 

Not issued during July and August. 

Rev. R. E. By field, Editor; Diocese of California of the Episcopal Church, 
Publisher. 1055 Taylor St. 

Pacific Coast Review Monthly }&*: "" Contr'oVd^ee S& 

Fred R. Brockhagen, Editor; A. Papulias, Publisher, 942 Howard St. (3). 
Pacific Factory Monthly f Pe^" onnTl 6 ^ m $ Controlled iirc 

Roy Fellom, Editor; Fellom Publishing Co., 709 Mission St. (3). 
Pacific Goldsmith Monthly Jewelry Trd 1903 2 42 140 1.00 

Robert B. Frier, Editor; Manchester Publications, 657 Mission St. (5). 
Pacific Grange Farm Group- Comprised of California Grange News, Sacramento, 
Calif.; Idaho Granger, Boise, Idaho; Oregon Grange Bulletin, Portland, Ore.; 
Washington Grange News, Seattle, Wash. See individual listings. 

Pacific Grange Farm Group, Publisher, Crocker Bldg. (4). 

Pacific Laundry and Clean- 1,,,,, fLaundry & 1913 3 26 140 

ing Journal-f (Monthly iDry Cleaning 2 40 140 

S. H. Evans, Editor; Miller Freeman Publications, 500 Howard St. (5). 
Pacific Oil-Motive Magazine..Monthly {petro & Indus 1923 8 26 14 

Issued as magazine section of Automobile Dealer News of Los Angeles. 

R. H. Argubright, Ed.; Dealer Publishing Co., 690 Market St. (4). 

Pacific Printer, Publisher } M ,,, /Com. Ptg. 1908 3 26 140 8.00 

and Lithographer jMonthly {Newspapers Controlled free dist. 

R. S. Oppenheim, Editor; Pacific Printer and Publisher, Inc., Publisher, 
227 Church St. 

1918 8 27 140 

Pacific Purchaser Monthly Pur. Agents 2 42 140 

Controlled free dist. 

See also Associated Purchasing Publications, Cleveland, Ohio. 
E. G. Chambers, Editor; Purch'g Agts* Assn., Publisher, 9 First St. (5). 

Pacific Road Builder and l M TUVilv f Road & He ' y y 1917 3 28 14 8 - 

Engineering Review jmoniniy 1 Construction Controlled circ. 

Prints supplement for separate distribution called Northern California Con- 
struction Section. 
Harold Shaw, Editor; Fellom Publishing Co.. 709 Mission St. (3). 

Pacific Shipper Monday Marine 1926 2 86 128 

G. E. Martin, Editor; Pacific Shipper, Inc., Publisher, 400 Front St. (11) 

Pa OfflL St Outfit e ter nd " } Monthl y Stafy&pff.Sup..l908 2 42 140 

Robert B. Frier, Editor; Manchester Publications, 657 Mission St. (B). 

Pacific Telephone Magazine | 1Q ti a yr Tel Emp 1907 3 2 7 130 

R.C. V Smith;"EditorV Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co., Pub., 140 New Montgomery St. (B). 



6,205 



5,000 
J12.300 

>1 1,471 
8,732 



1,907 
2,975 



>12,310 

3,624 



3.00 *3,065 



5.00 10,927 



6,000 



2,735 



>9,034 



5.00 



1.00 2,399 



Free $112,000 



Clrculatioi 



-**Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
BPO Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. ^Nonpareil 
ems ' 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallj 
estimate V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee 
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SAN FRANCISCOt (Continued) Estab Cols* Width V Depth Sub Cte 

Pacific Travel News ......... Monthly .......... Trav. Trd ........... 1956 2 40 140 4.00 

Western Business Publications, 274 Brannan St. (7). Controlled circ. 6,303 

Pan-Pacific Entomologist ...... Quarterly ........ Entomological... 192 4 1 48 95 4.00 $380 

P. D. Hurd, Jr., Editor; Pacific Coast Entomological Society, Publisher, 

California Academy of Sciences. Golden Gate Park (18). 
People's World ......................... Saturday ......... Labor ................. 1987 5 23 217 4.00 

Al Richmond, Editor; Pacific Publishing Foundation, Inc., 81 Clementina St. (5). 



............ 

Eric Cullenward, Ed.; Police and Peace Officers Journal, Pub., 465 10th St. (8). 

Produce Marketing . .. Monthly Prod. Market'g 3 27 140 3.00 $16,000 

Richard Conley, Editor; Western Farm Publications, Inc., 251 Kearney St. (8). 
Progress See San Francisco Progress. 
Publications Astronomical \Bi-monthly ..... Astronomical.... 1889 1 46 92 6.50 $1.156 

Society of the Pacific ........ /(No adv.) 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Publisher, 675 18th Ave. (21). 

Recorder^ ............................... {& Smi**' 8 * 1 ' Le * al & Finan - 1877 8 24 29 36 ' 00 

John W. Kelley, Editor; Recorder Ptg. and Pub. Co., 340 Kearny St. (8). 

Richmond Banner + ............... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1893 6 26 280 1.00 1,740 

S. G. Trimble, Editor and Publisher, 279 Sixth Ave. (18). 

^n^*).^!*?!..!.? 1 !"'* }& Mon. X " SUn ' ^dependent ...... 1921 8 23 280 12.00 2,219 

A.* Deiianich, Editor -'Russion Life, Corp., Publisher, 2468 Sutter St. (15). 

San Francisco Bay Window+..Bi-wkly. Wed..Local Enft ....... 1967 Controlled 1 free dist. 

Cleveland E, Twitchell, Editor and Publisher, 2120 Market St. 
San Francisco Classroom \8ti.ayr .......... Educational ....... 1915 2 80 15x2.50 $3.800 

Teachers Journal -f-V ........ /Free to San Francisco teachers. 

Eteinne E. Simon, Editor; San Francisco Classroom Teach. Assn., Publisher, 
609 Sutter St. (12). 

San Francisco Hotel ! ... f J* el G . u f ts 1918 2 28 108 2.00 

Greeters Guide + .............. {Monthly .......... j^Tounsts Controlled free dist. $10,000 

This Month In San Francisco. Monthly .......... {JftiS'S? 1952 Controlled fr'ee dist. $10,000 

Donald L. Gilbert, Editor; Frentrup Publishing Co., 485 Brannan St. (7). 



.. Frid *y ............. lmpiwe 66 1925 5 24 224 x4 - 00 7 617 

San Francisco Munic. Emp. Assn., Publisher, 125 Valencia St. (3). 

San Francisco Progress ......... Wednesday ..... Independent ...... 1923 8 22 301 179,950 Free 

Printed in 12 separate editions circulating in and around San Francisco. Com- 

prised of following editions: Sunset, Parkside, Ingleside, West Portal, Bay view 

Portola-Visitacion Mission issued Wednesday; Marina, Polk, Geneva-Excel- 

sior, Richmond, Park-Presidio, Laurel, Heights-Ashbury issued Thursday. 

William J. Scanlon, Editor; Henry F. Budde Pub'ns, Inc.. 125 Valencia St. (3). 



Independent ..1918 7 30 294 5.00 2,002 
Mario Muachi, Editor; Swiss Journal Company, Publisher, 580 Green St. (11). 

Sun-Reporter -f (Negro) ........ Saturday ......... Independent ...... 1942 5 24 224 5.00 *5,247 

Dr. C. B. Goodlett and Dr. D. A. Collins, Publishers, 1579 Post St. (9). 

This Month In San Francisco See San Francisco Hotel Greeters Guide. 

T (Ztt^t) n * U nCe W m !!! Barter* . Insur. Indus ..1943 3 26 140 x 14,000 

Mrs. Marion Walker, Editor; National Assn. of Insurance Women, Publisher, 
P. O. Box 2646. 

TV Guide See Radnor, Pa, Northern California Ed., circ. *266,618. 

TV This Week (offset) ........... Saturday ......... {ow'nlra 86 * 195 2 26 84 4 ' 25 85 ' 000 

Printed in five editions; Fresno-Bakersfield Ed.; Northern California Ed.; Sacra- 
mento Valley Ed.; Stanislaus County Ed.; Upper California-Southern Oregon 
and Nevada Ed. 
Daniel Silverman, Editor; Manuel Gorin, Publisher, 1144 Howard St. (3). 

Underwriters' Report ............. Thursday ........ Insurance .......... 1905 3 27 140 7.00 *3,203 

Roy Pasini, Editor: Underwriters' Report of California, Publisher, 
344 Sacramento St. (11). 

Vestkusten -f- (Swedish) .......... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1885 7 26 287 4.00 2,285 

West Coast Publishing Co., 253 Church St. (14). 

Wall Street Journal-}- IMorn.ex.Sat. n , rn 1000 c QO OQR on t\n 0.'* AAO 

(Pacific Coast Edition) f& Sun. Business Daily.. 1929 6 32 296 20.00*^83,809 

W. H. Grimes, Editor; Dow Jones ft Co., Inc., Publisher, 1540 Market St. (19). 

Way of St. Francis. The 4- ..... Monthly .......... Catholic ............. 1938 2 25 91 8.00 15,019 

Rev. Brendan Mitchell, Editor; Third Order of St. Francis, Publisher, 
109 Golden Gate Ave. (2). 

Western Advertising ............... Monthly .......... Advertising ....... 19 19 ^J, u ^ id JjJE 

Frank J. Bmguiere, Editor; Ramsey Oppenheim Publications, 580 Market St. (4). 



Cireulmttoo **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
JP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
emf. 12 to inch. T A gate lines, 14 to inch. tCountr seat Population 1950 Census. XRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubtcription included in membership fee. 

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SAN FRANCISCOt (Continued) Estab Coli^ Width V Depth Sub 

i 1957 8 26 140 6.00 

f Monthly Bev. Indus 2 40 140 

._ . ' Controlled free dist. 

Nelson S. Cullenward, Editor; Cameo Publications. Suite 411, Flood Bldg. (2). 

Western Baker Monthly {& Whd - 19 5 f | 6 ffi S - 

Ennis Gicker, Ed.; Miller Freeman Publications of Calif., 500 Howard St. (5). 

Western Banker Monthly Financial 1908 3 80 140 5.00 

Harry Lutgens, Editor and Publisher, 41 Sutter St. (4). 

Western Canner/Packer See Canner/Packer, Chicago, 111. 

Western Confectioner Monthly Confections 1914 3 

Claude M. Chaplin, Publisher, 251 Kearny St. (8). 

fp? v n Trr', 1^26 8 

Western Construction Monthly I & Const? 2 



Circ 



24,890 



28 140 2.00 
Controlled circ. 
26 140 10.00 

29 140 
Controlled circ. 

James I. Ballard, Editor; King Publications, 609 Mission St. (5). 

Western Dairy Foods Review. Monthly { Fn'dustt-y ^ 1901 2 

Frank N. Jones, Editor; Virginia Jones Baker, Publisher, 693 Market ~ St7 (5). 

1904 3 26 140 8.00 
2 42 140 

Controlled circ. 
Ernest Weiner, Editor; E. B. Weinand, Publisher, 251 Kearny St. (8). 

[Feed, Seed, lftl - a 9 - 14n 
Western Feed and Seed-f Monthly j Grain Mjll'g & ltf40 * Controlled circ. 



3,241 



>2.867 



89 140 2.50 
Controlled circ. 



Western Farm Equipment.... Monthly { Trade EQUl 



>3,496 



>4,S84 



>5,79O 



ciw. >24,S6S 



J3,300 



Controlled circ. >9,676 



8,260 



>5,7S2 



(Garden Sup. 
Richard M. Beeler, Publisher. 1445 Stockton St. (11). 

Western Fruit Grower Monthly Fruit Grow'g 1919 8 

Harold Rogers, Editor; E. B. Wienand, Publisher, 251 Kearny St. (8). 

("Industrial 1936 3 26 140 

Western Industry Monthly j Activity in 2 29 140 

[the West Controlled circ. >14,988 

John J. Timmer, Editor; King Publications. 609 Mission St. (5). 

Western Kennel World Monthly Dogs & Shows... 1906 3 30 140 8.00 

Helen Rosemont, Editor; Rosemont Press, Publisher, 20 Sycamore St. (10). 
Western Machinery and l M rmthlv fMetalwork'g 1921 3 26 144 4.00 

Steel World f Montniy JMach. Tool 

J. S. Hines, Publisher, 1036 Monadnock Bldg. (6). 

. ,. .*i (News of Home 1948 4 26 168 2.00 

Western Merchandiser Monthly } Goodg Trade Controlled free dist. 

Walter H. Krieger, Editor ; Western Merchandiser, Inc., Publisher, 

1355 Market St. (3). 
Western Plastics Monthly Plastics 1954 3 27 140 8.00 

Frederic M. Rea, Publisher, 274 Brannan St. (7). Controlled free dist. 

Western Tobacconist Monthly Tobacco Trade... 19 10 4 26 168 2.00 

Claude M. Chaplin, Editor and Publisher, 251 Kearny St. (8). 
Western Underwriter -f- Monthly Insurance 1886 3 27 140 4.00 

Printed in two editions : Property and Casualty Ed., circ. >4,865; Life Ed., circ., 
J6,273. 

Clarence B. Council, Editor and Publisher, 215 Leidesdorff St. (11). 

Wines and Vines Monthly Wine Industry.. 1919 3 27 

Irving H. Marcus, Publisher. 690 Market St. ( i). 2 42 

World Mining See Mining World. 

Young China-f (Chinese) ... Morn.ex.Sun...}^ 1 "! 8 ^ 1909 6 39 

Henry Mao, Editor; Young China Publishing Co. 881 Clay St. (8). 

SAN GABRIEL (CIO), pop. 20,343; Los Angeles Co. (S). 10 m NE of Los Angeles. 
SP RR. Manufactures Venetian blinds, wine, caskets, candied fruit, door chimes. 
Residential. Agriculture. Fruit, vegetables, dairy and poultry products. 

Advertiser Publications-!- Thursday Shopping l923 combined^circ. 142,600 Free 

Comprised of three editions: Alhambra Advertiser; Garvey Advertiser; San 
Gabriel Valley Advertiser. Space sold only in combination. 

Mrs. Marieva T. Roberts, Publisher, 8234 E. Garvey Ave. 
Garvey Advertiser See Advertiser Publications. 
Auto Laundry News (off.*) . Monthly {ftj,^" 11 ' 9B3 Controlled free dis 

Robin C. King, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 305. 
San Gabriel Valley Advertiser See Advertiser Publications. 
^fnde^nden^ 1167 JFriday Independent 1942 7 24 276 8.00 

Roger F. Lyon, Editor and Publisher, 7851 E. Garvey Ave. 
San Gabriel Valley Tribune See Covina. 
Sun Thursday Independent 1912 8 24 294 3.00 



140 
140 



3.00 *1,904 



273 24.00 4,977 



1,699 
900 



1,600 



So. Calif. Publishing Co., 247% S. San Gabriel Blvd. 



2,400 
8,295 Free 



SANGER (F7), pop. 6,400 (special U. S. Census 7-26-57, gives 8,212); Fresno Co. 

(SC). 14 m E of Fresno. SP RR. Raisins, deciduous and citrus fruit packing 

nouses; frozen food processing plants. Box making machinery, cement pipes, 

overalls, wine manufactured. Agriculture. Grapes, citrus fruit, truck crops. 

Herald-|- ................................... Thursday ........ Ind. Rep ............. 1889 8 23 294 8.50 

G. L. Geilfuss, Editor; S. C. Sterling, Publisher. 



2,835 



Circulation **Sept. A, B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
IP.O. Statement: Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report: Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. $Nonp*refl 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNaQy 
estimate. \Mssucd only during academic year. xSuhscription included in membership lee. 

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SAN JAC1NTO (J9% ), pop. 1,778 (special U. S. Census 6-13-57, gives 2,207) ; Riverside 
Co. (SE). 32 m SE of Riverside. AT&SF RR. Food processing plants; Health 
resort, hot springs. Agriculture. 
Faith and Freedom la*;. ^ [Relig. Social 1949 2 83 115 

(no adv.) ............................ J Ut a yr .......... I Philosophy Controlled free dist. 

Edward W. Greenfield, Editor; Spiritual Mobilization, Publisher, P .O. Box 877. 
San Jacinto Valley Register + Thursday ........ Ind. Rep ............. 1884 6 24 252 3.00 

Harry and Alberta Hoffman, Editors and Publishers. 

SAN JOSEf (D6), pop. 95,280 (special U. S. Census 10-4-56, gives 127,564); Santa 
Clara Co. (W). 42 m SE of Oakland. SP; WP RRs. Airline, PC. World center 
of dried fruit packing and canning industry. 

Manufactures canning and dried fruit packing machinery; labels, pottery, 
ladders, playground equipment, fruit, vegetable and fish cans; foundry, dairy 
products, wine, beer, spray chemicals, cement, aluminum, paint, electrical equip- 
ment, glass, matches, pumps, soaps, motors, cabinets, electronics. Automobile 
assembly plant. Quicksilver mines and smelters. Fifteen banks. Bank deposits 

(1-1-58), $278,670,088. 48,626 electric (AC) meters; 46,547 gas (nat.) meters; 

151,577 telephones. State College. In extensive fruit, nut, berry, grape and row 
crop growing district. 



Clrc 



32,000 
2,034 



California Fruit News-f ........ Saturday ......... & *" 1888 4 

Robert Couchman. Editor and Publisher. 404 S. Third St. (12). 
Dancing Digest (offset) ......... Monthly .......... Dancing ............. 1951 2 

Not issued during August. 

Gordon Keith, Editor; Danstar Press, Publisher, 376 Almaden Ave. (10). 
Mayfair ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1946 5 24 224 

Ethel L. Grace, Editor and Publisher, 1210 E. Santa Clara St. 
Mercury + ................................ Morn. ex.Sun... Independent ...... 1851 8 

Mercury-News ......................... Sunday ............ Independent ...... 8 

News-f- ..................................... Evg. ex. Sun. ..Independent ....... 1883 8 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. 

Northwest Publications, Inc., Publisher, 211 W. Santa Clara St. (5). 



24 159 6.00 J1.365 



24 105 3.50 t!2,300 



2.00 



2,638 



22 
22 
22 



311 
311 
311 



27.00**64,525 
** 100,830 

27.00**51,481 



24 210 20.00 



420 



Post-Record* {2 Sun*' " 1 " jmerciaT ""'"" 191 5 

E. T. Rose, Editor; E. E. Rose. Publisher, 45 N. First St. (15). 

Santa Clara Union Gazette + . Friday Labor 1900 5 24 224 3.00 1 15,200 

Olympic Press, Publisher, 45 Santa Teresa St. 

Shopping News -f Thursday Shopping 1947 8 21 294 83,634 Free 

Graham-McCollister, Inc., Publisher, 77 South 3rd hi. 

Spartan Daily +V { M g n ex - Sat< Collegiate 1898 7 24 280 3.00 6,000 

Associated Students of San Jose State College, Editors and Publishers (14). 

Sunsweet Standard Monthly f Product 1 * 1917 3 26 14 x ' 50 

F. M. Shay, Editor; California Prune and Apricot Growers Assn., Publisher, 
96 W. San Antonio St. (8). 

SAN JUAN BAUTISTA (D6%), pop. 1,031; San Benito Co. (W). 40 m S of San Jose. 
Railroad station, Sargent. SP RR. Vegetable packing houses, cement mill. 
Agriculture. Spinach, garlic, potatoes. 

San Juan Missions News-f ....Friday Republican 1912 5 24 262 3.50 J475 

E. R. Lamb. Editor and Publisher. 

SAN JUAN CAP1STRANO (H10), pop. X761; Orange Co. (S). 24 m SE of Santa Ana. 
nearest bank. AT&SF RR. Ceramic, furniture factories. Oranges shipped. Agri- 
culture. Oranges, walnuts, beans. 

Coastline Dispatch -f- Thursday Independent 1922 6 24 280 3.00 1,015 

Robert Hancock and Elarion M. Hernandez, Editors and Publishers. 

SAN LEANDRO (D6), pop. 27,642 (special U. S. Census 2-5-54, gives 32,729) ; Alameda 
Co. (W). Adjoins Oakland. SP; WP RRs. 

Manufactures tractors, calculating machines, alloy pistons, motor parts, 
canned and dried fruits hay presses, hosiery, tools, lumber, paint, paper. Nurs- 
eries. Rock quarry. Agriculture. Strawberries, spinach, peas, rhubarb. 

News + Morn.ex.Sun... Independent 1950 8 23 280 15.00 11,882 

Color advertising accepted. 

Prints Shopper on Wednesday called Advertiser Green Sheet for free distribution. 

Circ., 75,000. 
Robert S. Reed. Editor; Congleton-Reed Company, Publisher, 13666 East 14th St. 

Nulaid News-f Monthly ..Poultry .. 1923 3 26 140 x2.00 til, 600 

Frank Melchior, Ed.; Poultry Producers of Central Calif., Pub., 2700 Merced St. 

SAN LUIS OBISPOf (E8), pop. 14,180 (special U. S. Census 1-17-53 gives 16,001); 
San Luis Obispo Co. (SW). 80 m NW of Santa Barbara. SP RR. California State 
Polytechnic College. Oil wells ; chromite deposits. Creameries ; condensery ; 
bottling, fertilizer works; brick, tile plants; lingerie factory. Ships produce. 
Dairy, stock, fruit farms. Peas, lettuce, cauliflower. TV station. 

5^** JMonthly Voca. Agric 1932 3 24 183 x.15 12,500 

Not issued during June, July, August and December. 

George P. Couper, Editor; Calif. Assn. of Future Farmers of America, Publisher, 
California State Polytechnic College. 

Circulation **Seot. A B.C. Statement; *Junc and March A. B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. $ Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallv 
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SAN LUIS OBISPOf (Continued) Estab Cols<& Width? Depth Sub Clrc" 

Muatan, El+V ..................... Tue,AFH. . .. College .......... I93 



. 3.875 

Students of California State Polytechnic College, Editors and Pubs., Box 308. 
Poly Views V ............................ Tuesday ........ Collegiate ............. 1946 6 24 224 x 805 

Associated Students of California State Polytechnic College, Eds. and Pubs. 

Sa L L p U or^ ........ jThursday ........ Republican ......... 1935 6 24 2,52 2.50 81,174 

Donald Sarten and James B. Han Ion, Editors and Publishers, 971 Osos St. 

Telegram-Tribune + ................ Evg. ex. Sun... Independent ....... 1868 9 22 294 18.00 **1 1,798 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

R. W. Goodell* Editor; Telegram-Tribune Co., Publisher, 1321 Johnson Ave. 

SAN MARINO (CIO), branch of Pasadena P. O., pop. 11,230 (special U. S. Census 
4-21-54, gives 12,924) ; Los Angeles Co. (S). 5 m S of Pasadena, nearest railroad. 
PE RR. Residential. 
Tribune + ................................. Thursday ........ Republican ........ 1928 9 21 294 3.00 53,610 

Lawrence Moore, Editor; H. H. McCormick, Publisher, 2260 Huntington Drive. 

SAN MATED (C6), pop. 41,782 (special U. S. Census 10-23-57, gives 65,999); San 
Mateo. Co. (W). On west side of San Francisco Bay, 19 m S of San Francisco. 
SP RR. 

Creameries; planing mill; frozen foods, beverages, totalizer and other ma- 
chinery manufactured. Eleven banks; saving deposits (1-1-58), $199,275,000. 
Residential. Nurseries. Agriculture. Flowers, honey, artichokes, peas. 
National Golfer, The .. .. lOti. ayr ........ Golf ................... 1949 3 26 140 3.00 

Helen F. Lengfeld, Editor and Publisher, 218 Tilton Ave. 2 40 140 

(Post and Peninsula \TK,^ a /i nv <5hminrr 1946 8 23 301 2 - * 62 

Shopping Guide + .............. {Thursday Shopping ...... $46,845 Free 

Times and News Leader + ..... Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Rep ............. 1889 8 23 301 18.00 **26,957 
Color advertising accepted. 
Harold Turnblad, Editor; Amphlett Printing Company, 145 Second Ave. 

.. JFriday ............. Labor ................. 1938 5 24 224 3.00 J5,000 

Olympic Press, Publisher, P. O. Box 476. 

SAN PABLO (Jl%), pop. 14,476 (special U. S. Census 2-23-57, gives 18,270) ; Contra 
Costa Co. (W). 2 m N of Richmond. AT&SF; SP RRs. Plumbers' supplies, 
gasoline manufactured. Nurseries. Agriculture. Sugar beets, lettuce, dairy 
products. 
News + ..................................... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1944 8 23 280 2.50 5570 

Dan F. Hurley, Editor; Owens Publishing Co., 13752 San Pablo Ave. 

SAN PEDRO (Cll). (pop. inc. in Los Angeles) ; Los Angeles Co. (S). On San Pedro Bay. 
24 m S of Los Angeles. AT&SF; SP; PE; UP RRs. Port of commerce. Shipyards 
and dry docks ; flsh canneries ; oil refineries ; lumber mills ; paint, fertilizer, 
can, roofing material, dairy products, oil well tool factories. Sardine, tuna, 
mackerel fisheries. Agriculture. 

( News-Pilot + ........................... Evg. ex. Sun... Independent ....... 1901 8 24 280 13.80**14,631 

I Color advertising accepted. 

1 NeW ^ 8 " Pi i ?t Harbor Area 1 Wednesday. Shopping ..1956 8 23 280 20,500 Free 

I Auvertiser -p j 

L Bynner Martin, Publisher. 

SAN QUENTIAN (Jl%), pop. X500; Marin Co. (W). On San Francisco Bay, 10 m 
NW of San Francisco. Bank and railroad station, San Rafael. NP RR. 

, , , . f ,, [Prison Events 1920 5 24 196 1.00 $696 

News (no adv.) ....................... Bi-monthly ..... | & Newg Controlled free dist, *355 

B. L. Russell, Jr., Editor; F. R. Dickson, Publisher, Calif. State Prison. 
SAN RAFAELf (C6%), pop. 13,848 (special U. S. Census 1-12-56, gives 16.526); 
Marin Co. (W). On San Pablo Straits, 18 m N of San Francisco. NWP RR. 
Residential. Dominican College of San Rafael (Cath. women). Manufactures oil 
burners, gloves, bricks, beverages, aluminum products, plastics, boats, fish oil, 
feed, creamery products. Diversified farming. Artichokes, peas, tomatoes. 
Independent-Journal ............... Evg. ex. Sun. ..Independent ....... 1861 8 23 294 18.00 *24,568 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Jack Craemer, Mgn. Editor; R. A. Brown, Publisher. 

SANTA ANAf (H10), pop. 45,533 (special U. S. Census 10-27-56, gives 69,343); 
Orange Co. (S). 36 m SE of Los Angeles. SP; PE; AT&SF RRs. Airline, BAL. 
Santa Ana College. 

Manufactures sugar, canned and dried fruit and vegetables, glass and chili 
products, plumbing material, foam rubber products, dehydrating equipment, 
concentrates, extracts, agricultural machinery, perfumes, feed, cement pipe, 
woolens, soft drinks, rivets, fasteners. Walnuts, oranges packed; hatchery. Four 
banks; bank clearings (12-31-57), $1,747,688,350; deposits (6-80-57), $153,- 
800,000. 63,042 electric (AC) meters; 24,927 gas (nat.) meters; 47,379 
telephones. 
Independent -f .......................... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1935 8 24 808 4.00 12,800 

T. L. Hank Givens, Ed.; Santa Ana Independent, Pub., 810 Spurgeon St. 9,700 Free 

w . . , fEvg. ex. Sun.,, n 1905 8 24 308 21.60**49,234 

Register + ................................ )Sun Morn Ind. Rep ............. Sunday circ. **49,643 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
R. C. Holies, Editor and Publisher. 

fToastmaster 
Toastmaster, The (no adv.). ..Monthly ......... }&Gen*l 1932 2 24 94 1.50 78,000 

(Public. Int. 
Maurice Forley, Editor; Toastmaaters International, Publisher, P. O. Box 598. 

Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. <$> Nonpareil 
em, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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SANTA BARBARAf (F9), pop. 44,913 (special U. S. Census 10-30-57, gives 55,675); 
Santa Barbara Co. (SW). On Pacific Ocean, 97 m NW of Los Angeles. SP RR. 
Airlines: PC; UAL. Residential, educational, medical, tourist and recreational 
center. Santa Barbara College of the University of California; private schools. 
Winter and summer resort. Oil-producing fields. TV station. 

Manufactures electronic products, plastics, aircraft parts, toys, novelties. * 
Oil refineries; meat packing, canning and frozen food processing plants; nurs- 
eries. Ships cattle, lemons, beans, flowers, avocados, tomatoes. Six banks; bank 
clearings (1-1-68), $447,383,950 ; deposits (6-1-57), $168,651,000. 17,498 elec- 
tric (AC) (residential) meters; 18,055 gas (nat.) (residential) meters; 39,859 
telephones. 

Gaucho, El-f V Tues.&Fri. Collegiate 1924 6 24 238 2.00 2,500 

Students of University of California, Santa Barbara College, Editors and Pubs. 

Modern Veterinary Practice.. Semi-mo Veterinary 1920 2 32 11910.00 $10,266 

American Veterinary Publications, Inc., 18 W. Michel to re na St. 

Montecito Ledger 4- Friday Independent 1956 6 24 224 1.60 563 

Paul Barger, Editor; Paul Barger and Joseph A. Snyder, Publisher, 
865 Linden Ave., Carpinteria. 

Mttw , p ^ ae , fEvg. ex. Sun.-,, ttTt , . 1880 8 23 294 21.00**26,S09 

News-Press + \ Sutl Morn Independent Sunday circ. **27,406 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

T. M. Storke, Editor; News-Press Publishing Company, De la Guerra Plaza, 

*d Ilil qUipment } Bi-monthly {Food Equip. 1957 | 27 140 8.00 

and Supplies J \Buyers Controlled circ. 6,409 

A. E. Ford, Editor; Justin Hannon, Publisher, 11 Street of Spain, El Paseo Court. 

Star-f .. . Thursday .. Independent 1949 8 24 294 3.00 1,217 

Mark H. Edwards, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 1095. 

Union Labor News 4- Friday Labor 1925 6 24 224 8.00 $5,700 

Sheldon F. Sackett, Editor; Olympic Press, Publisher, 5828 Occidental St., 
Oakland (8). 

SANTA CLARA (C6), pop. 11,702 (special U. S. Census 1-24-58, gives 43,281) ; Santa 
Clara Co. (W). 3 m NW of San Jose. SP RR. Fruit packing, canning and drying. 
Sashes and doors, caskets, pottery, dairy products manufactured. University 
of Santa Clara (Cath. men.) Fruit farms. Apricots, prunes, pears, walnuts. 

Journal 4- Thursday Independent 1872 8 23 286 3.00 3,175 

Daniel B. Halcomb, Editor and Publisher, 1397 Loyola Drive. 19,259 Free 

News-f- Friday Independent 1872 6 24 280 8.00 1,332 

Hollis J. Loughran, Editor; Hollis J. and Leslie T. Loughran, Publishers, 
936 Main St. 

Santa Clara+V Thursday Coll. ft Al..l... ^ Ied 2 e >$g 

Students of University of Santa Clara, Editors and Publishers. 

SANTA CRUZf (C6%) pop. 21,970 (special U. S. Census 6-2-55, gives 22,794) ; Santa 
Cruz Co. (W). On Pacific Ocean and Monterey Bay, 74 m S of San Francisco. 
SP RR. Airline. SWA. 

Manufactures lime, brooders, confectionery, creamery products, poultry and 
livestock feed, hot water heaters, redwood novelties, lumber. Fruits, vegetables, 
bulbs, fish packed. Nurseries ; hatcheries ; wineries. Limestone quarries ; redwood 
timber. Fisheries. Resort. Agriculture. Artichokes, blueberries, apples, plums, 
grapes. 

California Mining Journal + .. Monthly Mining 1931 3 28 133 3.00 J8.275 

J. P. Hall, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Drawer 628. 
<a^*ol-i. fEvg.ex.Sat.A, . - ^ 1856 8 23 301 13.00 * 13,643 

S nt nel + ]Sun.,Sun.M. Ind ' Rep Sunday circ. *14,070 

Color advertising accepted. 

Sentinel Publishing Co., 125 Church St. 

SANTA FE SPRINGS (D10%), pop. x 8,000 (branch of Norwalk P. O.). Los Angeles 
Co. (S). 15 m SE of Los Angeles. AT&SF RR. Manufactures oil well tools and 
machinery, automotive equipment, chemicals, gas compressors. Oil refinery. 
Oil wells. Diversified farming. 

Independent 4- Thursday Independent 1949 8 23 294 4.60 

Industrial Post Co., Publisher, 4313 E. Gage Ave., Bell. 5,200 Free 

News See Pico Rivera. 

SANTA MARIA (E8%), pop. 10,440 (special U. S. Census 10-29-57, gives 14,216); 
Santa Barbara Co. (SW). 65 m NW of Santa Barbara. SMV RR. Airline, PC. 
Beet sugar, cheese, butter factories ; oil refineries. Vegetables shipped ; nurseries. 
Oil wells. Agriculture. Vegetables, flower seeds, grain. 

Times 4- Evg.ex.Sun. Independent .... 1882 8 23 301 18.00 8,625 

Color advertising accepted. 

Robert S. Magee, Editor and Publisher. 

SANTA MONICA (G9%), pop. 71,595 (special U. S. Census 11-4-53, gives 75,132); 
Los Angeles Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean, 16 m W of Los Angeles. PE RR. Airport. 
Santa Monica City College. Residential. Beach resort. 

Manufactures airplanes, airplane parts, tools dies, cosmetics, electronics, lubri- 
cating equipment. Four banks; total savings deposits (6-30-58), $144,800,097. 
35,056 electric (AC) meters; 31,182 gas (nat.) meters: 110,511 telephones. 

Beach Cities Labor Journal... Friday Labor 1922 5 24 224 8.00 5,900 

Winnifred E. Hill, Editor; Paul Weaver Publishing Co., 1414 Second St. 

Independent 4- Thursday Independent 1928 8 28 294 6.00 

Prints separate editions for Malibu; Marina; Mar Vista; Ocean Park; Pacific 

Palisades; Topanga; Venice. 
Sybil Autrey, Editor; Independent Champion Pub'ns, 524 Santa Monica Blvd. 

Circulation **Sept. AB.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit) 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher'i Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNaHy 
estimate. V Issued only daring academic year. xSubscriptton included in membership fee. 

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22 
24 



294 
227 



52,807 

5,000 Free 
51,321 



2.50 



Monday circ. 
Thursday circ. 
23 224 3.00 



210 
3,079 

fl.465 



SANTA MONICA (Continued) Estab Coll Width V Depth Sub Circ 

Outlook -f Evg. ex. Sun...Republican 1876 8 28 294 18.00**26,940 

Color advertising accepted. 

Robert E. McClure, Editor; Santa Monica Publishing Co., 1640 Third St. 
SANTA PAULA (F9), pop. 11,049 (special U. S. Census 11-14-56, gives 12,186); 
Ventura Co. (S). 16 m E of Ventura. SP RR. Fruit packing, canning and drying; 
* walnuts packed; oil refineries. Oil wells. Agriculture. Lemons, oranges, lima beans. 

ChronicleH- j^^*' Sat< Independent 1887 8 24 28012.00 

Harry B. Averill, Editor and Publisher, 116 N. 10th St. 
Glen City, The-f Thursday Independent 1958 8 

Wallace E. Smith, Editor and Publisher, 1310 Forest Drive. 
News-f Thursday Independent 1946 5 

Mark H. Edwards, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 890. 
SANTA ROSAf (C5), pop. 17,902; Sonoma Co. (NW). 62 m NW of San Francisco. 

NWP; P&SR RRs. Airline, PC. Fruit canning and drying; wineries; brewery: 

bottling, plating machine works ; egg and meat packing plants. Shoes, chemical 

products, macaroni, heaters manufactured. Agriculture. Prunes, grapes, hops. 
Herald-f (offset) Mon. & Thurs..Republican 1899 5 24 224 4 ' 00 

M. R. McMillan, Editor and Publisher, 616a Fourth St. 
News-f- .. .. Thursday Republican 1950 . . 

Oscar J. Buttedahl, Editor and Publisher, 2310 Sonamo Ave. $4,790 Free 

Pre,s-De m ocrat + [!& Vepd.nt 1867 8 23 Su^a/c^c^^ES? 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Press Democrat Publishing Company, 425 Mendocino Ave. 

SAN YSIDRO (Hll), pop. 2,381; San Diego Co. (S). On Mexican border, 15 m S of 
San Diego. SD&AE RR. Diversified farming. Hay. 

Bay Cities Press -f Thursday Independent 1930 8 24 294 3.00 2,931 

Circulates also in Imperial Beach. 1,336 Free 

Bay Cities Publishing Co., 429 Third Ave., Chula Vista. 

SARATOGA (K3%), pop. 1,329; Santa Clara Co. (W). 10 m SW of San Jose, nearest 
railroad station. Fruit drying spreaders, wine, dairy products manufactured. 
Fruit farms. 

News (offset) Thursday Ind. Rep 1955 5 24 224 3.00 1,304 

Sherman Miller, Editor and Publisher. 
SAUGUS (G9), pop. X200; Los Angeles Co. (S). 36 m NW of Los Angeles. SP RR. 

Bank, Newhall. Glass bottles and containers manufactured. Agriculture. 
Newhall Signal and Saugus Enterprise See Newhall. 

SAUSALITO (H2), pop. 4,828; Marin Co. (W). 6 m N of San Francisco, with bus 
connections. NWP RR. Manufactures alcohol, boats, furniture, ceramics. 
Fisheries. Dairy, poultry farms. 
Golden Gooe v ... Quarterly [American 1Q17 , 94 g4 l 50 



Richard W. Emerson and 



1 Literature 



IO>IT i 
194T l 



883 



. 

Frederick Eckman, Editors; Golden Goose Press, Publisher, P. O. Box 583. 
News-f- .................................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1885 8 24 287 8.50 

John M. Harlan, Editor and Publisher, 42 Caledonia St. 

SEAL BEACH (Cll), pop. 3,553; Orange Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean, 6 m E of Long 
Beach, nearest bank. PE RR. Resort. Chemical plant. Dairy, truck farms. 

Pacific News-f ..................... -..Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1923 5 23 224 2.50 

Don D. Brown, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 156. 

Post and Wave -f- .................... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1916 5 23 224 1.00 

Alice Choisser, Editor; Wm. L. Robertson, Publisher, 208 Main St. 

SEASIDE (D7), pop. 10,226 (special U. S. Census 4-7-56. gives 15,881) ; Monterey Co. 

(W). On Pacific Ocean, 17 m SW of Salinas. SP RR. Manufactures concrete 

blocks, molded products, patent medicines, fish canning equipment, Venetian 

blinds. Agriculture. Pears, apples, apricots. 
News-Sentinel + ...................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1946 8 28 280 3.00 2,600 

Prints weekly shopper for free distribution. Circ. 6,000. 

Kurt Hartmann, Editor and Publisher. 725 Del Monte Ave. 
SEBASTOPOL (C6), pop. 2,601 (special U. S. Census 11-9-54, gives 2,731); Sonoma 

Co. (NW). 7 m W of Santa Rosa. P&SR RR. Fruit packing, canning and drying. 

Liquor, vinegar, pectin, heaters manufactured. Fruit, poultry, dairy farms. 

Apples, grapes. 
Times-f .................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1889 7 24 280 3.00 2,980 

Herbert Dower, Editor; H. H. Hoyt and E. O. Carlson, Publishers. 
SELMA (F7), pop. 5,964 (special U. S. Census 8-6-57, gives 6,806) ; Fresno Co. (SC). 

16 m SE of Fresno. SP RR. Fruit and vegetable cannery; raisin packing plants; 

wineries. Fruit, truck, dairy farms. Grapes, cotton, beef cattle, poultry. 
Enterprise-f ............................ .Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1888 8 24 287 3.50 

Roy Brock, Editor and Publisher. 
SHAFTER (F8), pop. 2,207; Kern Co. (S). 18 m NW of Bakersfleld. AT&SF RR. 

Potatoes, onions packed ; cotton gins. Cement products, fertilizer manufactured. 

Truck, fruit, poultry farms. 
Press-f ..................................... Wednesday ..... Independent ...... 1921 8 24 808 3.50 2,680 

Robert Evans, Editor and Publisher, 169 S. Central Valley Highway. 2,505 -Free 

SHERMAN OAKS (BIO), pop. included in Los Angeles (branch of Van Nuys P.O.) ; 

Los Angeles Co. (S). 20 m NW of Los Angeles. Railroad station, Van Nuys. 

PE RR. Residential. 
Sun-f- ........................................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1946 8 28 294 2.50 

Valley Publications, Inc., 18986 Ventura Blvd. 10,000 Free 



52,543 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IPO Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. ^Nonparefl 
em's,' 12 to Inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNaUy 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscrlption included in membership fee. 

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SIERRA MADRE (CIO), pop. 7,273 (special U. S. Census 5-15-56), gives 8,752) ; Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 18 m NE of Los Angeles, nearest railroad. Ceramics, tools 
manufactured. Residential. Fruit farms. Oranges, lemons, avocados. 

News + Thursday Independent 1905 8 24 294 3.00 5,100 

Harry Elwood, Editor and Publisher. 

SIGNAL HILL See Long Beach. 

SOLANO BEACH (H10%), pop. XI, 000; San Diego Co. (S). 20 m N of San Diego. 
AT&SF RR. Aircraft parts, cabinets manufactured. Nursery. Residential. 

San Diequito Citizen -f .. Thursday Independent 1939 7 24 280 3.00 3,450 

Don C. Lap ham, Editor; Noel P. Lapham, Publisher. 

SOLEDAD (D7), pop. 2,441 (special U. S. Census 9-26-55, gives 2,738); Monterey Co. 
' "" " a SE of Salinas. SP RR, Carrot and tomato packing plants. Agriculture. 



(W).26m! 

Dairying, carrots, lettuce. 
Bee 4- ........................................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1909 

Ben F. Jacobsen, Editor and Publisher. 

SOL VANG (E9), pop. X950; Santa Barbara Co. (SW). 40 m NW of Santa Barbara. Rail 
road station, Los Olivos. PC RR. Cattle, horse, sheep ranching, truck, dairy 
farms. Walnuts. 
Santa Ynez Valley News ......... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1925 6 24 266 3.50 

Karl R. Jorgensen, Editor and Publisher. 

SONOMA (C5), pop. 2,015 (special U. S. Census 4-21-58, gives 2,928); Sonoma Co. 

(NW). 21 m S of Santa Rosa. NWP RR. Wineries; plywood, automotive parts, 

cheese factories. Diversified farming. Grapes, poultry, dairying. 
Index-Tribune -f ....................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1879 8 24 273 3.50 

Robert M. Lynch, Editor and Publisher. 
North Bay Labor Journal + .. Friday ............. Labor .................. 1922 5 24 224 3.00 

Olympic Press, Publisher, P O. Box 528, Santa Rosa. 

SONORAf (E5%), pop. 2,448; Tuolumne Co. (EC). 50 m E of Stockton. SRC RR. 
Lumber, lime, foundry products, confectionery manufactured. Mountain resort. 
Gold mines; limestone quarries; timber Agriculture. Cattle, apples, pears. 

Pony Express ........................... Monthly ......... ) History" 1934 4 24 168 2 ' 6 * 4 * 000 

H. S. Hamlin, Editor; Therese J. Hamlin, Publisher, P. O. Box 326. 
Union Democrat -f ............... {5 v f- ex * Sat Independent ..1854 5 23 23110.20 3,640 



7 24 280 3.00 $1,314 



1,625 

3,816 

$5,960 



{5 

I oc 
ines Ad 



Bun. 



. 
Prints Southern Mines Advertiser on Wednesday for free distribution. Circ. 

3,800. Size 8 cols.. 23 nonps., 294 agate lines. 

Kent G. Slyhoff, Editor; Paul Snider, Publisher, 59-61 N. Washington. 
Western Mining + .................. Monthly .......... Mining ............... 1933 5 24 220 2.00 

Donald I. Segerstrom, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 787. 

SOQUEL (K4), pop. X750; Santa Cruz Co. (W). 5 m E of Santa Cruz. Nearest railroad 
station, Capitola. SP RR. Winery; machine shops; nursery. Ships mushrooms. 



5,239 



5 23 224 1.25 



385 



23 294 



3.00 
13,378 



5,372 

Free 



42 140 3.00 



Diversified farming. 

Herald -f Thursday Independent .1957 _ __ 

William Carnie, Jr., Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 186. 565 Free 

SOUTH DOWNEY Enterprise See Herald-Enterprise of Bellflower. 
SOUTH GATE (C10%), pop. 61,116 (special U. S. Census 11-10-52, gives 51,293); 
Los Angeles Co. (S). 7 m E of Los Angeles. SP; UP RRs. 

Manufactures automobiles, flbreboard products, auto tires, gasoline pumps, 
metal drums, furniture, chemicals, pottery, concrete and steel pipe, vitrified 
brick, knitted sportswear, airplane parts, dog food, air compressors, glass, farm 
machinery. 

Press-J- Thurs. & Sun...Ind. Rep 1923 8 

Ray Ross, Editor; Rowland Blanc, Publisher, 8115 Seville Ave. 

Pump Digest (letterpress &lru * i, f Pump users -tarn o 

(offset) (Eng. & Ger.) [Quarterly 1& Purchaaers 1957 2 

E. M. West, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 8. 
SOUTH MODESTO See Sentinel, Modesto. 

SOUTH PASADENA (CIO), pop. 16,935 (special U. S. Census 9-17-57, gives 18,881) ; 
Los Angeles Co. (S). Adjoins Los Angeles. SP; AT&SF RRs. Manufactures 
window displays, scientific instruments, fluid pumps, gas valves, electrical 
appliances, church furniture, drugs, radio equipment, rubber stamps, dresses. 
Residential. 

Review-f Tues.&Thurs..Republican 1888 8 24 294 3.85 4,427 

W. Tog Ericson, Editor and Publisher, 1108 Fair Oaks. 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (J2%), pop. 19,361 (special U. S. Census 3-8-66, gives 
35,690) ; San Mateo Co. (W). 9 m S of San Francisco. SP RR. Airport. 

Manufactures auto lifts, metal products, wire, flower pots, air condition units, 
chemicals, pastes, paint, scientific apparatus, airplane parts, radio equipment, 
magnesium products. Meat packing plants; granite works, steel mills. 

Enterprise- Journal -f- Thursday Republican 1895 8 22 280 4.00 3,600 

Prints weekly Shopper on Wednesday. Circ. % 15, 000. 

Logan Franklin, Editor; Industrial City Publishing Co., 411 Grand Ave. 

SPRING VALLEY (Hll), pop. X4,000; San Diego Co. (S). 12 m NE of San Diego. 
Railroad station and bank, La Mesa. SD&AE RR. Aircraft parts factory. Fruit, 
truck, poultry farms. 

Bulletin-}- Wednesday Independent 1948 7 24 280 2.50 2,445 

H. A. Thomas, Editor; Max Goodwin, Publisher. 

Circulation **Spt. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated, -f Uses Mats. 4 Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCrunty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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STANFORD (K3), pop. (branch of Palo Alto P. O.) ; Santa Clara Co. (W). 14 m 

NW of San Jose. Railroad station and banks, Palo Alto. SP RR. Stanford Uni- 
versity. Creamery. Residential. Diversified farming. 

Stanford Chaparral V (off set). Monthly Coll. Humor. ... 1889 3 28 140 300 J4.200 

Hammer and Coffin Society, Publisher, Stanford University, P. O. Box 8013. 

Stanford Daily +V ( M n ex - Sat - Collegiate 1891 8 24 283 5.25 $9,100 

Not issued during Christmas and Spring vacation periods. 
Students of the Stanford University, Editors and Publishers. 

STOCKTONf (D5%), pop. 70,858 (special U. S. Census 11-27-54, gives 75,157; San 
Joaquin Co. (C). An inland seaport on the San Joaquin River, 80 m E of San 
Francisco. CCT; ST&E; SP; AT&SF; WP; TS RR. Airlines: PC; UAL. Army 
and Naval Depot. College of the Pacific. Stockton College. One TV station. 

Manufactures boxboard and wooden containers, pencil slats, doors, plows, 
feeds, fertilizers, bricks, scrapers, farm implement parts, steel tanks, structural 
iron and steel, cans, tire repair, electrical equipment, paving machinery, cereal 
products, canned fruits and vegetables, motor boats, yachts, barges. Shipyards. 
Ten banks ; bank clearings (12-31-57), $680,083,086; deposits (12-81-57), $108,- 
118,000. 43,893 (residential) electric (AC) meters; 41,193 (residential) gas 
(nat.) meters; 43,220 telephones. 

California Odd Fellow JMonthly Fraternal 1950 3 28 140 1.50 *7,666 

and KeDekan-f- J 

Don R. Smith, Editor and Publisher, 6 E. Cleveland St. (4). 



Collegian, The-f V ................... Friday ............. Collegiate ........... 1948 5 24 210 1.00 

Students of Stockton College, Editors and Publishers. Controlled free dist. 

Diamond Walnut News \ R; ^^fMv wl PmwV 1917 8 38 ,, H 4 

(offset) ........... I Bi-monthly ..... Wai. GroWg ...... Controlled free dist. 

O. L. 'JBraucher. E'ditor; Diamond Walnut Growers, Inc., Pub., P. O. Box 1727. 

7 26 305 2.50 



2,200 
14,000 



5 24 224 
8 24 294 



3.00 
2.00 
2.00 



13,300 
897 



290 



$3,600 



350 



Forum (no adv.) Thursday Economics 1921 

L. D. Beckwith, Editor and Publisher, 1325 E. Poplar St. (5). 

Labor Journal -f Friday Labor 1922 

Olympic Press, Publisher. P. O. Box 1968. 
Lincoln Sun and II Sole Friday Independent 1913 

Marian Jacobs, Editor and Publisher, 321 S. San Joaquin St. 
Pacific Weekly-!- V Friday Collegiate 1910 5 24 203 

Students of the College of the Pacific, Editors and Publishers (27). 
Record-f- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1895 8 24 301 18.00**56,233 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Irving L. Martin and Ross Williams, Publishers, 530 E. Market St. (2). 
Report -f- Morn.ex.Sun...Legal 1901 8 24 280 24.00 

Earl Lenfestey, Editor; Stockton Daily Record, Inc.. Pub., 530 E. Market St. (2). 

Sa Bu J reau U NewsT ty ^^ } Monthl y Agriculture 1943 5 31 203 xl.OO 

Charles F. Cooper, Editor; San Joaquin County Farm Bureau, Publisher, 

1436 W. Elm St. (3). 

STRATHMORE (F7Vfe), pop. 3,500; Tulare Co. (SO. 60 m SE of Fresno. SP; AT&SF; 
RRs. Bank, Porterville. Fruit packing houses; ladder works. Agriculture. Oranges, 
lemons, olives, grapes. 

Sentinel -f Friday Independent 1915 5 24 224 2.00 

Ford A. Chatters, Editor; Lindsay Publishing Company, Lindsay. 

STUDIO CITY See Graphic, The, North Hollywood. 

SUNNYVALE (D6), pop. 9,829 (special U. S. Census 4-1-58, gives 41,867); Santa 
Clara Co. (W). 10 m NW of San Jose. SP RR. Fruit, vegetable canneries. Foun- 
dry and cast iron products, road equipment, ladders, electrical heavy generating 
and control equipment, missile weapons, paper products, chemicals, electronic 
components manufactured. Five banks. Nurseries. Fruit, stock, poultry farms. 
Apricots, prunes, pears. 

Standard + f & V ^un X ' SEt ' Ind - Dem 1905 8 23 302 12 ' 00 

Color advertising accepted. 

Prints Shopping Guide on Wednesday for free distribution. Circ. 17,100. 

Franklin L. Brown. Editor; Joseph C. Houghteling, Publisher. 
SUSANVILLEf (E3), pop. 6,338; Lassen Co. (NE). 80 m NW of Reno, Nev. SP RR. 

Lumber, box shooks, orchard supplies, beverages manufactured. Pine, fir timber. 

Dairy, stock, grain farms. 
Lassen Advocate + Wednesday Independent 1865 8 23 294 4.00 **1,872 

Richard L. Myers, Editor and Publisher. 
TAFT (F8%), pop. 3,707 (special U. S. Census 4-21-52, gives 3,862). Kern Co (S). 30 

m SW of Bakersfield. SP RR. Airport. Gasoline refineries. Oil pumps, tools, oil 

well equipment, pipe and steel manufactured. Oil, gas wells. 
Midway Driller-f Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1913 8 24 294 11.00 

Walter M. Keene, Editor; Midway Driller Publishing Company. 
TAHOE VALLEY (E4%). pop. X500; ElJDorado Co. (EC). JBO m NE of Sacramento. 



6,189 



3,874 



i4 2go 
Lake Tahoe News-f ................ Thursday ........ Independent ....... Summer circ. $7,500 Free 



t lanoe iNews-f- J.MW*OWJT A u ^.^^. summer circ. 4.1, ovu rree 

Basil D Benedict, Editor; C. F. Brandi, Publisher, P. O. Box 757. Winter circ. J5.000 Free 



C!rcuUtIo 



pt. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statement.; A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
"IPO" Statement: Bold face, .worn; ^Publisher*. Report; Light face, estimated. + Use. Mat.. ^Nonpareil 
em./ 12 to inch. V Agate line.. 14 to inch. tCounty seat Populatkm-1950 Censu.. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription includedin membership fee. 
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TARZANA (BIO), (pop. inc. in Los Angeles); Los Angeles Co. (S). 25 m NW of LOB 
Angeles. SP RR. Nurseries. Residential. Agriculture. Oranges, flowers, grain. 
Herald-f- ................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1937 8 22 294 2.50 VAC 201 

Glen L. Ingles, Editor; West Valley Newspapers, Inc., Publisher, VAC 636 Free 

6648 Reseda Blvd., Reseda. 
Times-Press + ......................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1954 8 23 294 2,000 Free 

Valley Publications, Inc., 13936 Ventura Blvd. Sherman Oaks. 

TEHACHAPI (G8%), pop. 1,685 (special U. S. Census 7-19-57, gives 3,033) ; Kern Co. 
(S). 46 m SE of Bakersfield. SP; AT&SF RRs. Airport. Cement works. Limestone 
quarries; clay pits. Agriculture. Potatoes, wheat, barley, Bartlett pears. 
News-f ..................................... Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1900 5 24 224 8.00 1,400 

Gordon Wilder, Editor; Walter Johnson, Publisher. 

TEMPLE CITY (CIO), pop. X 32, 500; Los Angeles Co. (S). 14 m E of Los Angeles. SP 
RR. Poultry equipment, ceramics manufactured. Hatcheries ; nurseries ; machine 
shops. Residential. Poultry, fruit farms. 
Times-f .................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1922 8 24 280 3.50 3,125 

Ralph H. Turner, Editor and Publisher, 5914 Temple City Blvd. 8,825 Free 

TERRA BELLA (F7%), pop. X900; Tulare Co. (SC). 43 m N of Bakersfield. SP RR. 
Bank, Porterville. Citrus fruit and vegetables packed; olive cannery. Fruit, 
grain farms. Oranges, wheat, olives, alfalfa seed. 
News-f ..................................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1911 7 24 280 3.00 652 

Robert E. Barnhart, Editor and Publisher. 

THOUSAND OAKS (F9), pop. 1,243 ; Ventura Co. (S). 18 m E of Ventura. Nearest rail- 
road station, Camarillo. SP RR. Manufactures aircraft parts, amusement park 
equipment. Agriculture. Citrus fruit, walnuts, beans. 
Conejo News-f ........................ Mon.&Thurs.-Independent ........ 1954 6 24 224 3.00 1,177 

Guy Runnion, Editor and Publisher, 13330 Ventura Blvd. 

Post Card Collector News + ... Bi-wkly, Sat... { ^fleeting 1937 4 22 14 2 ' * 3 000 
Bob Hend ricks, Editor; Ores cent a Publishing Corp., 3380 Ventura Blvd. 

THOUSAND PALMS (J10), pop. X100; Riverside Co. 70 m SE of Redlands. SP RR. 

Bank, Indio. Fruit, truck farms. 
Desert Rat Scrap Book ........... 4 ti. a yr .......... Desert Humor... 1946 4 28 220 .50 

Harry Oliver, Editor and Publisher. 

TIBURON (Jl%), pop. XI, 200; Marin Co. (W). On San Pablo Bay, 6 m N of San 

Francisco. NWP; AT&SF RRs. Bank, Sausalito. Boat works. 
Peninsula Pelican, The .. .Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1952 8 23 287 3.00 1372 

Jack Lepinski, Publisher, 10 Bank St., San Anselmo. 

RecordSee Mill Valley. 

TOPANGA (BIO), pop. X845; Los Angeles Co. (S). 10 m NW of Santa Monica, near- 

est bank and railroad station, PE RR. 
Independent See Independent, Santa Monica. 
Journal (offset) ....................... Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1941 5 22 189 3.00 650 

Harry C. Boehme, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 819. 

TORRANCE (Cll), pop. 22,241 (special U. S. Census 11-14-57, gives 93,372); Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 16 m S of Los Angeles. AT&SF; PE RRs. El Camino College. 
Manufactures steel, aluminum, oil well machinery and tools, plumbing and 
heating fixtures, rubber goods, petroleum products, pistons, chemicals, plastics, 
abalone novelties, brick, tile, aircraft, butter, cheese, insulating material. 
Railroad shops. Oil wells. Agriculture. Celery, lettuce, tomatoes. 

Herald + .................................. Sun. & Thurs.-Independent ....... 1914 8 28 



King Williams, Editor; King Williams Press, Inc., Publisher, Sunday clrc. 4,518 

1619 Gramercy Ave. 2.32S Free 

Pre.s + ..................................... Mon.&Thur...Independent ...... 1949 8 24 294 6 



Southland Publishing Co., Inc., 1406 Cravens Ave. Monday circ. 5,760 

WarhoopV ............................... Friday ............. Collegiate .......... 1947 8 22 294 

Students of El Camino College, Editors and Publishers. Controlled free dist. 2,550 

TRACY (D6), pop. 8.410 (special U. S. Census 9-18-56, gives 10,602) ; San Joaquin Co. 
(C). 20 m SW of Stockton. SP RR. Milk products, concrete pipe, beet sugar 
factories ; alfalfa mill : fruit, vegetable packing plants. Agriculture. Lima beans, 
tomatoes, asparagus, barley. 
Press-h ..................................... Mon.&Thurs...Independent .. . 1896 7 24 294 6.50 3,466 

Roy Miller, Editor; Laura E. Matthews, Publisher, P. O. Box 419. 

TRONA (H7%), pop. 2,450; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 125 m N of San Bernardino. 

Trona RR. Bank, Tehachapi. Potash and borax salts manufactured. 
Sun See San Bernardino. 

TRUCKEE (E4), pop. 1,025; Nevada Co. (NE). 82 m SW of Reno, Nev. SP RR. 
Summer and winter resort. 



... }Thurday ........ Republican ......... 1869 7 24 280 8.00 81,335 

Walter M. Barr'eU,' Editor and Publisher. 



-**Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *Jtine and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 



fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uaes Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 
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TUJUNGA (CIO), (pop. inc. in Los Angeles) ; Los Angeles Co. (S). 12 m NW of Glen- 
dale, nearest railroad station. SP; UP; PE RRs. Residential. Health resort. 
Fruit, truck, poultry farms. Grapes, oranges, vegetables. 

JThursday Independent 1920 8 22 287 3.00 6,081 

Ray~W. Brooks Editor and Publisher, 9918 Commerce Ave. 

TULARE (F7%), pop. 12,446 (special U. S. Census 5-25-55, gives 13 253) ; Tulare Co. 
(SC). 45 m S of Fresno. AT&SF; SP RRs. Creameries; cotton gins; winery. 
Diversified farming. Cotton, dairy products, deciduous fruit. TV station. 

Advance-Register-]- Evg. ex. Sun... Independent 1881 8 22 285 15.00 **4,780 

Color advertising accepted. 

Prints Tulare Shopping News weekly on Thursday for free distribution. 

John P. Scripps Newspapers, Publishers. 

TULELAKE (Dl^s). Pop. 1,028; Siskiyou Co. (N). 32 m SE of Klamath Falls. Ore. 
SP RR. Saw mill. Agriculture. Potatoes, barley, alfalfa. 

Reporter-!- Thursday Independent 1934 7 24 280 3.50 1,207 

Joanne Dahle, Editor; Al Childress, Publisher. 

TUOLUMNE (E5V 2 ). pop. 1.284; Tuolumne Co. (EC). 49 m NE of Modesto. SRC RR. 
Bank, Sonora. Lumber mills. Gold mines; timber. Agriculture. Apples, livestock, 
turkeys. 

Prospector Friday Independent 1901 6 24 280 2.50 1,046 

Kenneth E. Robinson and Raymond J. Harden, Editors and Publishers. 

TURLOCK (E6). pop. 6,235 (special U. S. Census 5-24-54, gives 6,745); Stanislaus 
Co. (C). 40 m SE of Stockton. SP; TS RRs. Vegetables, fruit packed; crates, milk 
cartons, butter manufactured. Hatcheries; nursery. Poultry, fruit, dairy farms. 
Turkeys, grapes. 

California -f Thursday Religious 1916 5 24 224 3.00 $4,016 

C. M. Strom, Editor; Mission Covenant Assn. of Calif., Publisher. 

Journal-f Evg. ex. Sun. ..Independent 1904 8 24 294 12.00 *5,515 

Color advertising accepted. 

Jack Bliler, Editor ; Stanley T. Wilson, Publisher. 

TUSTIN (DID, pop. 1,143 (special U. S. Census 2-8-57, gives 1,730); Orange Co. 
(S). 3 m E of Santa Ana. SP; AT&SF RRs. Citrus fruit packing plants; fruit 
juices, cement pipes manufactured. Agriculture. Citrus fruits, sugar beets, beans. 

f News-f Thursday Independent 1922 8 24 808 3.00 2,300 

i Orange Belt Shopper-f- ...Wednesday. .. Shopping . ... 8 24 808 J2.350 Free 

I William A. Moses, Editor and Publisher. 

TWENTYNINE PALMS (J9%). pop. 1,022; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 70 m E of San 
Bernardino. Railroad station, Palm Springs. SP RR. Airport. Health resort. 

Desert Trail -f Thursday Independent 1935 7 22 280 3.50 2,500 

J. B. Briggs, Editor and Publisher. 

News See Desert Journal of Joshua Tree. 

UKIAHf (B4%),pop. 6,120 (special U. S. Census 4-11-57, gives 10,350) ; Mendocino Co. 
(NW). 60 m N of Santa Rosa. NWP RR. Airline, PC; Fruit packing houses; 
wineries : concrete pipe, sheet metal works ; lumber mills ; masonite plant. Agri- 
culture. Pears, grapes, cattle. 

Journal-!- {j^^* 1 Sat * Independent 1860 8 24 28712.00 3,904 

Geo. Hunter, Editor; B. A. Cober, Publisher. 
News-!- Thursday Republican 1950 8 24 294 3.00 2,710 

Robert F. Gerber, Editor and Publisher, 106 N. School St. 

UPLAND (H9%), pop. 9,203 (special U. S. Census 11-30-56, gives 12,650); San Ber- 
nardino Co. (S). 35 m E of Los Angeles. PE; AT&SF RRs. Citrus fruit pack- 
ing; slaughter house. Fruit farms. Lemons, oranges, grapefruit. 

f Foothill Advertiser .. Tuesday Shopping ....1957 9 21 290 7,100 Free 

1 News-f- Thursday Independent 1894 9 21 290 4.00 3,825 

1 Mel Hodell. Editor and Publisher, 257 East 9th St. 

VACAVILLE (D5), pop. 3,169 (special U. S. Census 9-13-57, gives 9,018) ; Solano Co. 
(NWC). 27 m SW of Sacramento. SP; SN RRs. Fruit packing; vegetables and 
fruit drying; creamery. Diversified farming. Fruit, barley, hay. 

Reporter-!- Friday Independent 1883 8 23 280 4.75 3,200 

John Rico. Editor and Publisher. 

VALLEJO (C5%), pop. 26,038 (special U. S. Census 10-23-52, gives 84.913); Solano 
Co. (NWC). On Strait of Carquinez, 27 m NE of San Francisco. SP RR. 

Manufactures dairy products, sportswear, flour, boats, beverages, window 
screens. Planing mill; sheet metal works. Five banks; bank deposits (6-30-58), 
$46,134,352. 21,870 electric meters; 20,330 gas meters; 27,445 telephones. 
Mare Island Naval Shipyard. Dairy, poultry, fruit farms. 

(? v <; Jf x ' Sat * Ind. Dem 1867 8 23 294 **23,503 



News-Chronicle + ^un 

Times Herald-f Every Morn. ...Ind. Dem 

Subscription includes News-Chronicle. 

Color advertising accepted in both dailies. 

Luther E. Gibson, Publisher. 
Labor Journal-*- Friday Labor 1920 5 24 224 8.00 

Olympic Press, Publisher, 316 Virginia St. 



1868 8 23 294 21.00**23,SS2 
Sunday circ.**23,712 



5,408 



Ciradfttioi 



r*Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 



I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; (Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. <$> Nonpareil 
em, 12 to inch. ? Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. \M"ued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 
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VAN NUYS (BIO), (pop. inc. in Los Angeles) ; Los Angeles Co. (8). 18 m NW of Los 
Angeles. SP RR. Aircraft, auto body and trailers, cabinets, chemicals, dairy 
products, brick and tile, concrete block, pipes, guided missiles, toys, plastics 
manufactured; automotive assembly plant. Hatcheries; nurseries. Residential. 
Fruit, poultry, truck farms. 

8 24 294 21 ' 00 



News "Green Sheet" -f [2 Thurs Independent 

Walter Mendenhall, Editor; Van Nuys Publishing Co., Inc., P. O. Box 310. 

VENICE (B10%), (pop. inc. in Los Angeles) ; Los Angeles Co. (S). On Pacific Ocean, 
1 m S of Santa Monica. PE RR. Oil refineries; bottling works; machine shop. 
Nursery. Seaside resort. Oil wells. Agriculture. Celery, lettuce. 
Independent See Independent, Santa Monica. 

Road and Track Monthly Auto-Sports 1947 3 27 143 5.00*132,197 

Pete Molson, Editor; Enthusiasts Publications, Inc., 81i44 Vista Del Mar, 
Plaza Del Rey. 

Roberts News-f Thursday Independent 1928 8 22 29 y A C 35,141 Free 

Louise Emery, Editor; Santa Monica Publishing Co., 1640 Third St. 

Vanguard-}- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Ind. Rep 1923 8 24 294 12.00 ** 1,097 

Color advertising accepted. Space sold in combination with Star-News of 

Culver City. 
David J. Duncan, Publisher, 1916 Lincoln Blvd. 

VENTURAf (F9), pop. x 2 5, 880; Ventura Co. (S). 70 m N of Los Angeles. SP RR. 

Airline, PC; Major oil producing area. Manufactures gasoline, concrete pipe, 

women's wear, dairy, food products, beverages. Summer and winter resort. Oil, 

gas wells. Agriculture. Citrus fruit, walnuts, lima beans, poultry, garden, 

truck, cattle. 
Star- Free Press-f Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1875 8 23 294 18.00 **2l,275 

Color advertising accepted. 

Roy Pinkerton, Ed.; J. P. Scripps Newspapers, Publisher, 567 E. Santa Clara St. 
Ventura County News-f Friday Independent 1928 5 24 227 3.00 1,527 

Mark Edwards, Publisher, 272 East Main St. 

VICTORVILLE (H9), pop. 3,241; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 42 m N of San Ber- 
nardino. AT&SF; UP RRs. Cement plants. Health resort. Dude ranches. Gold 
mines; granite quarries. Agriculture. Alfalfa, cattle, turkeys. 

Victor Press-f Thursday Republican 1937 9 22 280 3.50 6,500 

John E. Barry, Editor; John E. Barry and Frank Barnett, Publishers, Drawer C. 

VISALIAf (F7), pop. 11,749 (special U. S Census 11-27-56, gives 14,521); Tulare Co. 
(SC). 42 m SE of Fresno. SP; AT&SF RRs. Airline, UAL. Fruit canneries; 
cheese, butter, transformers, milling products, beveiages manufactured. Walnuts, 
fruit packed. College of the Sequoias. Diversified farming. Fruit, cattle, eggs. 

Times-Delta-f Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1859 8 23 297 21.00 **9,136 

Tulare County Rancher -f Wednesday Shopping 1952 8 23 297 7,117 Free 

Color advertising accepted. 

Robert M. Speidel, Publisher, 214 W. Acequia St. 

VISTA (H10), pop. 1,705; San Diego Co. (SE). 32 m N of San Diego. AT&SF RR. 

Citrus fruit and vegetable packing. Fruit, truck, poultry farms. Avocados, 

limes, celery, tomatoes. 

f News-f Saturday Legal 1948 5 24 224 3.00 

1 Shopping Guide-f Thursday Shopping 1951 5 24 224 

1 Carey W. Stevenson, Editor ; Vista News Co.. Publisher, P. O. Box 846. 
Press-f Mon.&Thurs... Republican 1926 8 24 294 4.00 4,560 

E. M. Remsburg, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 637. 

WALNUT South Valley News See La Puente. 

WALNUT CREEK (Kl%), pop. 2,420; Contra Costa Co. (W). 15 m NE of Oakland. 

SP RR. Manufactures canned goods, electronic equipment, food processing 

machinery, hand power tools, plastic coverings ; walnut processing plant. 

Poultry, fruit, dairy farms. Walnuts, apricots, prunes, pears. 
Contra Costa News Register -f Tues.&Thurs.. Legal & Bus 1955 5 24 22420.00 466 

J. Keith Pope, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 1237. 
Contra Costa Times -f Mon.&Thurs...Independent 1911 8 22 294 5.00 5,247 

Prints shopper for free distribution. Circ. $40,107. 

Dean Lesher, Publisher. 
Contra Costa Walnut Kernel -f Thursday Ind. Dem 1931 8 23 294 3.60 4,250 

Prints Shopping News weekly for free distribution. 

L. E. Stoddard, Editor and Publisher, 1523 East St. 
Sun-f Friday Independent 1951 8 23 294 3.75 3,355 

Prints Sun Shopping News for free distribution. 

Herman Silverman, Editor; Sun Publishing Co., 1320 Locust St. 

WASCO <F8), pop. 5592; Kern Co. (S). 30 m NW of Bakersfield. AT&SF RR. 
Chemical, concrete pipe factories ; cotton gins ; machine shops ; planing mill. Oil 
wells. Diversified farming. Cotton, potatoes, sugar beets. 

News-f Thursday Ind. Dem 1911 8 24 301 3.50 2,193 

Wallace E. Shafer, Editor; Tom M. Shafer, Publisher. 

WATERFORD (E6), pop. 1,777; Stanislaus Co. (C). 13 m E of Modesto, nearest bank- 
ing town. SP RR. Diversified farming. Figs, peaches, apricots, walnuts. 

News-f . Thursday Independent 1916 6 24 280 2.50 876 

L. Clark Billups, Editor and Publisher. 

Circulation- **Scpt. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, aworn; tPublisher'a Report; Light face, estimated. + Uae Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to Inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Cenaua. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubacription included in membership fee. 

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Estab Cols <J> Width V Depth Sub Cirt 

WATSONVILLE <D6%), pop. 11,572; Santa Cruz Co. (W). 20 m N of Salinas. SP RR. 
Fruit, vegetable and lettuce packing houses ; evaporating, cold storage, electronics 
plants; bottling works; railroad shops; spray chemicals, vinegar, pectin, boxes, 
crates, dairy products manufactured. Agriculture. Apples, lettuce, berries. 

Register-Pajaronian-f- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1868 8 23 280 15.00 **7,737 

Frank F. Orr, Editor; J. P. Scripps Newspapers, Publisher. 

WEAVERVILLEf (C3), pop. 1,482; Trinity Co. (NW). 48 m NW of Redding, nearest 
railroad station. SP RR. Saw mill. Gold mining; pine, fir, cedar timber. Stock, 
grain, poultry farms. 

Trinity Journal + Thursday Independent 1856 7 24 280 4.00 1,75 

John Steppling, Editor and Publisher. 

WEED (C2). pop. 2,739; Siskiyou Co. (N). 71 m SW of Klamath Falls, Ore. 
SP RR. Lumber, sashes, doors, veneer manufactured. White pine timber. Dairy, 
stock farms. 

Press-}- Thursday Independent 1925 7 24 280 3.00 1,250 

Cyril B. and Frances E. Rippon, Editors and Publishers, 108 Lake Ave. 

WESTCOVINA (DlO).pop. 4,499 (special U. S. Census 4-22-58, gives 45,006) ; (Branch 
of Covina P. O.) Los Angeles Co. (S). 20 m E of Los Angeles. SP RR. Guided 
missile parts factory; nursery. Fruit farms. 
San Gabriel Valley Tribune See Covina. 

Tribune* Thursday Independent 1947 8 22 '"vACS 

San Gabriel Valley Newspapers, Inc., Publisher, P. O. Box 1228, Fleetwood 

Annex, Covina. 

WESTMINSTER (Dll), pop. 3,131 (special U. S. Census 10-29-57, gives 16,020); 
Orange Co. (S). 10 m W of Santa Ana. PE RR. Bank, Garden Grove. Diversified 
farming. 

Herald 4- Friday Independent 1946 5 24 224 2.50 

Herald Publishing Co. 

TriCity Free Press-f Thursday Independent 1953 8 24 291 8 ' 4%9o Free 

Paul Chappie, Editor; Ben Reddick, Publisher, 9593% Garden Grove Blvd., 

Garden Grove. 

WESTWOOD HILLS See Independent, also Westwood Hills Citizen, Los Angeles, Calif. 
WHITTIER (C10V6), pop. 23,820 (special U. S. Census, 4-4-56, gives 32,217); Los 
Angeles Co. (S). 13 m SE of Los Angeles. UP; PE RRs. 

Manufactures oil tools, welding rods, alloy steel products, automobile polish, 
auto radiators, gas and oil burners, spray chemicals, tile, paper cartons, news- 
paper machinery, bullets, aircraft parts, boxes, cutlery, optical glass, plastics, 
womens' apparel. Citrus fruit, mushrooms, packed. Whittier College. Oil, gas 
wells. Fruit, dairy farms. Oranges, lemons, avocados, walnuts. Four banks ; bank 
clearings (June, 1958), $17,617,436; deposits (12-31-57), $67,235,000. 11,753 
electric meters; 12,085 gas meters. 75,812 telephones. 

News-h Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1905 9 22 294 15. 00^*17,565 

Color advertising accepted. 

Prints Sun-Advertiser on Thursday for free distribution. 

Mynatt Smith, Editor; Leo E. Owens, Publisher. 

Quaker Campus -f V Friday Collegiate 1913 5 24 227x1.50 1,015 

Students of Whittier College, Editors and Publishers. 

f Star-Review-f Sunday Independent 1930 8 23 294 $41,400 Free 

] East Whittier Review -f Thursday Independent 1953 8 23 294 J26.000 Free 

1 John G. Larritzen, Editor; Review Publishing Co., 8822 Walnut Way. 

WILLIAMS (C4%), pop. 1,134 (special U. S. Census 2-12-57, gives 1,243) ; Colusa Co. 
(NO. 55 m NW of Sacramento. SP RR. Feed mill. Oil w^lis. Grain, fruit, stock 
farms. Walnuts sugar beets. 

Farmer + Friday Republican 1886 8 24 308 2.50 658 

Bob and Ray Weston, Editors and Publishers. 

WILLITS (B4), pop. 2,691 (special U. S. Census 9-22-54, gives 3,506); Mendocino 
Co. (NW). 84 m N of Santa Rosa. CW; NWP RRs. Saw mills; bottling works; 
railroad shops. Redwood, fir, pine timber. Stock, dairy farms. 

News-f Wednesday Ind. Rep 1908 7 24 280 3.60 1,4OO 

Lee P. Kenworthy, Editor and Publisher. 

WILLOWSf (C4), pop. 8,019; Glenn Co. (NWC). 75 m NW of Sacramento. SP RR. 
Manufactures cheese, butter, feed, beverages. Rice drying plant. Diversified 
farming. Rice. 

fjournal-f- [jj^^*' Sat> Independent 1877 9 21 294 12.00 3,022 

< Comic strip advertising accepted. 

WestsJde Shopper 4- Thursday Shopping 1957 9 21 294 5,615 Free 

I Edwin F. Davis, Editor and Publisher, 236 W. Sycamore St. 

WILMINGTON (Cll), (pop. inc. in Los Angeles). Los Angeles Co. (S). Harbor city, 28 
m S of Los Angeles. UP; SP; AT&SF; PE RRs. Oil refining; brass foundries: 
fish canneries; shipyard. Borax, paper bags rope, lumber, asbestos, magnesia, 
plaster, vegetable and copra oil manufactured. Fisheries. Agriculture. Tomatoes, 
celery, cauliflower. 

Graphic See Long Beach. 

Press -Journal + j^^^' Sat ' Independent 1864 8 24 28012.00 4,97 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

Prints Shopping News weekly on Friday for free distribution. Circ., 12,700. 

W. J. Anderson, Publisher, 616 N. Avalon Blvd. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A. B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. * Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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WINTERS (D5), pop. 1,265 ; Yolo Co. (SC). 28 m W of Sacramento. SP RR. Fruit drying 
and packing plants. Agriculture. Apricots, peaches, wheat, almonds. 

Express + Thursday Independent 1888 6 24 266 8.50 925 

Newton Wallace, Editor and Publisher. 

WOODLAKE (F7), pop. 2,525; Tulare Co. (SC). 25 m W of Sequoia and Kings Canyon 
Nat'l Parks. AT&SF; VIS RRs. Fruit and vegetable packing plants; scales, 
concrete pipes and vaults manufactured. Diversified farming. Citrus fruit, 
g rapes, olives. 

Echo-f- Friday Independent 1913 7 24 278 8.00 886 

Joseph E. Doctor, Editor; H. A. Andresen, Publisher. 

WOODLANDf (D5), pop. 9,886 (special U. S. Census 10-11-54, gives 11,555); Yolo 
Co. (C). 20 m NW of Sacramento. SP; SN RRs. Airport. Rice, beet sugar, olive 
oil, plating mills; bottling works; winery; cannery. Butter, almond hullers, 
concrete pipe, fertilizer manufactured. Hatchery. Agriculture. Sugar beets, 
walnuts, almonds, rice. 

{Democrat-*- Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1857 9 22 298 13.80 **5,098 
Color advertising accepted. 
Mail-f Thursday . . Shopping .. . 1868 9 22 298 8,365 Free 
P. R. Leake, Editor; E. E. Leake Publishing Company. 

Record of Yolo County + Tues. & Fri Republican 1938 8 24 294 4.00 4,881 

Douglas Tibbitts, Editor and Publisher. 

WOODLAND HILLS (pop. inc. in Los Angeles) ; Los Angeles Co. (S). Suburb of Los 
Angeles. Railroad station, Canoga Park. SP RR. Residential. 

Mailer Thursday Independent 1957 8 22 294 

Glen L. Ingles, Editor; West Valley Newspapers, Inc., Publisher, VAC 7,002 Free 

6648 Reseda Blvd., Reseda. 

Reporter^- .Friday Republican 1948 5 24 224 2.50 2,589 

Hugh Harlan, Editor and Publisher, 21032 Ventura Blvd. 

YORBA LINDA (Dll), pop. X702; Orange Co. (S). 30 m SE of Los Angeles. PE RR. 
Citrus fruit packing houses. Oil wells. Fruit, truck farms. Lemons, oranges, 
avocados. 

Star-f Thursday Independent 1917 5 24 224 3.00 $985 

P. S. Lucas, Editor and Publisher. 

YREKAf (C2), pop. 3,227 (special U. S. Census 5-3-54, gives 3,899) ; Siskiyou Co. (N). 
40 m S of Medford, Ore. YW RR. Airline, SWA. Creamery; bottling, cabinet 
works, logging; lumber mill. Gold mines; pine timber. Dairy, stock, grain, 
poultry farms. 

fJournal-f .Thursday Independent 1853 8 24 280 3.00 5229 

I Siskiyou News + jl^*' Sat ' Independent 1877 8 24 280 11.00 52,997 

L John Condit, Editor; Edgar J. Foss, Publisher. 

YUBA CITYt (D4%), pop. 7,861 (special U. S. Census 5-19-55, gives 10,294) ; Sutter 
Co. (C). On Feather River, 40 m N of Sacramento. SP; SN RRs. Fruit canning 
and drying; fruit and nut packing house; concrete pipe works; creamery; feed 
mill; frozen food, seed cleaning plants. Diversified farming. Peaches, prunes, 
rice, beans. 

Appeal-Democrat See Marysville. 

Independent-Herald -j- Thursday Republican 1861 8 24 287 3.00 53,117 

Earl C. Brownlee, Editor; Independent-Herald Inc., Publisher, 511 Reeves Ave. 

YUCAIPA (H8%), pop. 1,515; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 9 m E of Redlands, nearest 
railroad. AT&SF; SP RRs. Fruit, poultry, truck farms. Peaches, plums, tomatoes, 
apples. 

News Mirror+ .Thursday Independent 1915 8 22 294 3.50 53,566 

Maxwell Pollard. Editor; W. L. Newton, Publisher, 175 W. Yucaipa Blvd. 

YUCCA VALLEY (J9%), pop. X800; San Bernardino Co. (SE). 31 m NW of Palm 
Springs. Railroad station, Whitewater. SP RR. Bank, Banning. Desert and health 
resort. 

Hi-Desert Star -f Thursday Independent 1957 5 23 224 3.00 51,775 

Rodney T. Jones, Editor; Mark C. Green, Publisher. 

Progress See Desert Journal of Joshua Tree. 

Circulation **Sept. AB.C. Statement; *Jur.e and March A. B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. <$> Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. X Rand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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60 Denver & Rio Grande Western 
64 Great Western 



66 Laramie. North Park 
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122 Missouri Pacific 

125 Rio Grande Southen 

126 San Luis Central 



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COLORADO 

Population, 1,325,089 (U. S. Census, 1950) 
State Capital, DENVER 

Colorado is bounded on the north by Nebraska and Wyoming, east by Nebraska and Kansas, 
south by Oklahoma and New Mexico, and west by Utah. Its length, from east to west, is 380 miles; 
breadth, 280 miles. The total land area is 103,922 square miles ; rank in area, seventh. 

The state, justly famous for its scenery, is intersected near the center by the main range of 
the Rock Mountains, known as the "Continental Divide," and includes its highest points. Among 
them are Mounts Elbert and Massive, the 2nd and 3rd highest peaks in the country, and famed 
Pike's Peak. The mountains enclose wonderful valleys or basins, known as parks. Many are small 
but several are nearly 2,000 square miles in area. These parks are well timbered, and abound 
with beautiful scenery, being diversified with low hills and ridges. All the great rivers which rise 
In the state have their sources in these hills. The average altitude of this state is over 6,800 feet 
above sea level, and the lowest altitude, along the Arkansas River, in B rowers county, is 3,350 
feet. There are forty peaks towering to an altitude of 14,000 feet or more. In crossing the 
mountains the height reached by railroads is 10,856 feet. Timber is found in many places in 
Colorado at a height of 11,000 feet, and the snow line in summer is nearly 14,000 feet, while in 
the European Alps but little arboreal growth is found at over 6,000 feet, and the line of 
perpetual snow is between 9,000 and 10,000 feet. Wheat and oats have attained maturity at 
7,000 to 8,000 feet, barley at over 10,000 feet and apples, pears, plums, cherries and small 
fruits between 7,000 and 8,000 feet. There are many mineral springs, some reputed to have 
medicinal value. Everywhere is unusual conformation and coloration. The eastern part of 
Colorado is an immense plain which was for many years devoted to cattle raising, but is now 
being rapidly developed into one of the finest agricultural districts in the country. The climate 
is warm in summer and cold in winter, but dry and healthful. It is especially attractive to persons 
desiring relief from tuberculosis. The Weather Bureau at Denver gives the temperature (annual 
monthly mean )at 50.4; highest on record, 105; lowest on record, 29. Total annual precipitation 
is 14.01 inches. 

The state is amply supplied with railway facilities, and freight tonnage and tourist travel are 
heavy. The Moffat railroad tunnel, 32,160 feet long, under James Peak, completed in 1928, 
opened up an important territory west of the Continental Divide. The University of Colorado is 
located at Boulder, the Colorado School of Mines at Golden. 

POPULATION 

Rank among the states (1950), thirty-fourth. Urban population (1950), 62.8%. In 1950, of 
the 1,325,089 total population, 1,296,653 were white; 28,436 were non-white. 

AGRICULTURE 

Number of farms (1950), 45,578. Farm acreage, 37,953,099. Average acreage per farm, 
882.7. Average value per farm, $261,164. Farms selling products over $10,000 in value, 10,827. 

Cash receipts from farm marketings (1957): crops, $173,126,000; livestock and products 
(including meat animals, dairy products, poultry and eggs), $302,754,000. 

Value of sales of chief crops (1957) : wheat, $58,181,000; sugar beets (1956 value of produc- 
tion), $23,284,000, rank, second ; potatoes. $18,500,000, rank, fifth: hay, $12,672,000, rank, third; 
dry edible beans, $11,001,000, rank, fourth; corn, $9,193,000; sorghum grain, $8,389,000, rank, 
seventh; barley, $8,303,000, rank, eighth; broomcorn (value of production), $2,408,000, rank, 
second; oats, $1,627,000; alfalfa seed, $481,000; rye, $271,000; dry field peas, $213,000; sweet- 
clover seed, $128,000. 

Value of sales of fruits (noncitrus) (1957) : peaches, $5,267,000, rank, sixth; apples, $2,160,- 
000; pears, $429,000, rank, seventh; cherries, $328.000. 

Farm value of animals on farms (1-1-58) : all cattle and calves, $234,930,000; all sheep and 
lambs, $88,504,000, rank, fourth; horses and mules, $5,244,000; hogs and pigs, $4,850,000. 

Cash receipts from poultry (1957) : eggs, $7,446,000; turkeys, $6,160,000; chickens (farm and 
commercial broilers), $1,385,000. 

Cash receipts from dairy products (1957) : all milk and cream, $33,613,000. Total milk produc- 
tion on farms, 896,000.000 Ibs. Dairy products (1957) : creamery butter, 12,712,000 Ibs.: Ameri- 
can cheese, 1,369,000 Ibs.; creamed cottage cheese, 10,070,000 Ibs.; ice cream, 6,319,000 gallons. 

FORESTS 

Total forest production (1947), 144,966 M feet, b.m. Principal woods: ponderosa pine, en gel - 
mann spruce, lodgepole pine, douglas fir, white fir, cottonwood and aspen. 

MANUFACTURES 

Statistics for 1964: value added by manufacture, $471,507,000. Leading industry groups: 
food and kindred products, primary metal industries, printing and publishing. Total expenditures 
for new plant and new equipment, $30,031,000. 

Final figures for value added by manufacture in each of the leading industry groups are avail- 
able through Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

MINERALS 

Value (1954), $241,800,000. Principal mineral products In order of value: petroleum, molyb- 
denum, line. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Number of telephones (1-1-58), 654,900. Motor vehicles registered (Sept. 1958, eat.). 849,000. 
Number of post offices (1957), 489. Number of retail stores (1954), 16,465; sales, $1,725,297,000. 

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LIST OF COUNTIES* 

Total number of counties 63 

County. Location on Map and County Seat Pop. County, Location on Map and County Seat Pop. 

1 Adams (NEC), Brighton 40,284 33 Lake (C). Leadville 8.150 

2 Alamoaa (S). Alamosa 10.681 34 La Plata (SW), Durango 14.880 

8 Arapahoe (C). Littleton 62.125 35 Larimer (N), Fort Collins 48,554 

4 Archuleta (S), Pagosa Springs 3.030 36 Las Animaa (SE), Trinidad 25.902 

6 Baca (SE). Springfield 7,964 87 Lincoln (E), Hugo 6,909 

6 Bent (SE), Las Animas 8,776 38 Logan (NE), Sterling 17,187 

7 Boulder (N), Boulder 48.296 39 Mesa (W), Grand Junction 88.974 

8 Chaffe (C). Salida 7,168 40 Mineral (SW), Creede 698 

9 Cheyenne (E), Cheyenne Wells.... 8.453 41 Moffat (NW), Craig 6.946 

10 Clear Creek (C), Georgetown 8,289 42 Montezuma (SW), Cortex 9,991 

11 Conejos (S), Conejos 10,171 43 Montrose (W). Montrose 16,220 

12 Costilla (S). San Luis 6.067 44 Morgan (NE). Fort Morgan 18,074 

18 Crowley (SE), Ordway 6,222 45 Otero (SE), La Junta 25,276 

14 Custer (SC), Westcliffe 1,673 46 Ouray (SW), Ouray 2,103 

16 Delta (W). Delta 17,365 47 Park (C). Fairplay 1,870 

16 Denver (NO. Denver 415.786 48 Phillips (NE), Holyoke 4,924 

17 Dolores (SW), Rico 1,966 49 Pitkin (W), Aspen 1,646 

18 Douglas (C), Caatle Rock 8,507 50 Prowers (SE), Lamar 14.886 

19 Eagle (NWC), Eagle 4,488 51 p ue blo (SE), Pueblo 90.188 

20 Elbert (EC), Kiowa.............. **2! 52 Rio Blanco (NW), Meeker 4,719 

21 El Paso (EC). Colorado Springs.... 74,623 53 R}o Grande (S), Del Norte 12.882 

l\ r^^/w^'r^ ^ 11 ^;^^- ii'SSS 54 Routt < NW >' Steamboat Springs.. 8,940 

23 Garfield (W) Glenwood I Springs.. 11,626 65 Saguache (SC)> Saguache 6,664 

24 Gilpin (NC), Central City 850 Kft Q__ T..__ /QW\ Qii VA1 .t^n i Att 

26 Grand (N), Hot Sulphur Springs.. 8,968 Jf | M?if T<? wi T*i?,?rw'; J'SflJ 

26 Gunnison (W). Gunnison 6,716 *J San Miguel (SW) Tel u ride 2.698 

97 winarlftl^ f5Wl TA!CA Pitv 268 68 Sedgwick (NE), Julesburg 6,096 

28 Jl^l^^^^K:^ 10,6$9 59 Summit (C)Breckenridge 1.186 

29 Jackson (N), Walden 1,976 60 Teller (C), Cripple Creek 2,754 

80 Jefferson (NC), Golden 65,687 61 Washington (NE). Akron 7.620 

81 Kiowa (E), Eads 3.008 62 Weld (N). Greeley 67.604 

82 Kit Carson (E). Burlington 8,600 63 Yuma (NE), Wray 10,827 

"Counties without newspapers are marked 



COLORADO NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL STATISTICS 

Newspapers Periodicals 

Period of Issue Number Period of Issue Number 

Daily 28 Daily 8 

Evening Dailies (23) Semi-Weekly 1 

Morning Dailies (5) Weekly 14 

Daily Foreign (1) Fortnightly 2 

Daily, with Sunday edition (10) Semi-monthly 7 

Semi-weekly 4 Monthly 44 

Weekly 141 Bi-monthly 8 

Bi-monthly 1 Quarterly o 

Free or partly free dist. wklies (6) Three times a yr 1 

Four times during academic yr. 1 

Total Newspapers 174 Ten times a year 1 

Six times a year 1 

Ev. 2 wks. dur. academic yr .... 1 

Total Periodicals 89 

Total number of publications 263 

County seats (indicated by t) having publications 55 

Total number of towns having publications 124 

For circulation firur** for dally papers se also Dally Newspaper List In back of Directory. Occasionally It ts 
possible to incorporate later figure in that list. 



Estab Cols4>WidthVDepth Sub Cire 

AKRONf (N2), pop. 1,605; Washington Co. (NE). 107 m NE of Denver. CB&Q RR. 
Airport. Oil production. Creamery; hatchery. Agriculture. Dairy products, 
poultry, grain. 

News-Reporter -f Thursday Independent 1911 7 24 283 3.00 1,895 

Coyne Cooley, Editor and Publisher. 

ALAMOSAf (H8), pop. 5,854; Alamosa Co. (S). 120 m SW of Pueblo. D&RGW RR. 
Airline. FAL. Adams State College. Creamery ; flour mill ; bottling works ; railroad 
shops : oil refinery. Agriculture. Potatoes, lettuce, peas. 

San Luis Valley Courier Evg. ex. Sun... Independent 1887 8 22 280 15.00 **3,O66 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

Clff Edwards. Jr., Editor; Elwood Publishing Co. Inc. 

ANTONITO (H8%), pop. 1,266; Conejos Co. (S). 120 m SW of Pueblo. D&RGW RR. 
Bank, La Jara. Stock, grain, truck farms. Sheep, cattle, potatoes. 

Ledger-News -f Thursday Independent 1802 7 24 280 3.00 1 1,000 

Melvin Akre, Editor and Publisher. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. $ Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. fCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only daring academic year. xSubscription Included in membership fee. 

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ARVADA (J3), pop. 2 359; Jefferson Co. (C). 2 m NW of Denver. C&S; D&RGW RRs. 
Distillery; flour mill; machine shops. Truck, poultry, grain farms. Celery, 
sugar beets, grain. 

Enterprise-!- .Thursday Ind. Dem 1908 8 24 280 2.50 $3,519 

Lloyd W. Gorrell, Editor and Publisher. 

ASPENt (F4), pop. 916; Pitkin Co. (W). 96 m NE of Grand Junction. D&RGW RR. 
Winter and summer resort. Timber. Stock, grain farms. Potatoes, hay. 

Junior Reviewers V Semi-mo Educational 1942 2 52 131 3.50 1,500 

William R. Dunaway, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 36. 

Times-f Thursday Independent 1881 5 24 224 3.00 1,750 

William R. Dunaway, Editor and Publisher. 

AULT (Kl%), pop. 866; Weld Co. (N). 11 m N of Greeley. UP RR. Stock, dairy, 
poultry farms. Sugar beets, pinto beans, grain. 

Progress-f Thursday Republican 1904 7 23 280 2.50 510 

Roy Van Dyke, Editor; H. M. Kurtz, Publisher. 

AURORA (K8), pop. 11,421; Arapahoe Co. (NEC). Adjoins Denver on east. CB&Q; 
C&NW RRs. Residential. Agriculture. Wheat, oats alfalfa. 

Advocate (offset) Thursday Independent 1947 5 24 224 3.00 5,160 

Olen L. Bell, Editor and Publisher, 1441 Elmira St. 

A New a s Star " Adam8 C Unty } Friday Independent 1911 5 23 245 2.00 3,006 

Kenneth A! Bundy, Editor; Weekly Star Publications, Inc., 1515 Elmira St. 
BERTHOUD (J2), pop. 867; Larimer Co. (N). 20 m S of Fort Collins. C&S RR. Flour 

mill. Agriculture, sugar beets, wheat, alfalfa. 
Bulletin + Thursday Independent 1891 7 24 280 2.50 J740 

Mr. and Mrs. Holland Fletcher, Sr., Editors and Publishers 
BOULDERf (J2H), pop. 19,999; Boulder Co. (N). 32 m NW of Denver. C&S; UP 

RRs. University of Colorado. 

Manufactures chemicals, dental and surgical products, cutlery, brick, tile, 

fishing equipment electronic devices. Nurseries. Tourist resort. Gold, silver, 

tungsten, copper, lead, coal mines. Agriculture. Sugar beets. 
Arabian Horse News -f Monthly Arab. Horses 1948 3 32 133 3.00 $5,900 

Not published in January or July. 

Donald R. Coomber, Editor and Publisher, Box 295. 
Camera-f Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1891 8 22 301 13.00 **9,ft42 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

A. A. Paddock, Editor; Boulder Publishing, Inc. 

Colorado Alumnus (no adv.). .Bi-monthly Coll. Alumni Controlled free dist. $30,000 

Max Schaible, Editor; Associated Alumni of the Univ. of Colorado, Publisher, 
Colorado Daily +V j g| r u n n * X - Sat - Collegiate 1876 5 22 172x7.00 $10,500 

Students of the University of Colorado, Editors and Publishers. 
Colorado EngineerV 4 ti. a yr Coll. Eng'g 1904 2 42 140 1.50 $2,400 

University of Colorado, College of Engineering, Publisher. 
Colorado Municipalities-}- Monthly Munic. Admin... 1923 3 26 126 xS.OO 3,425 

Jay T. Bell, Editor; Colorado Municipal League, Publisher, 2300 Broadway. 
Colorado Quarterly Quarterly Coll. Int 1952 1 52 101 3.00 $450 

Paul J. Carter, Editor; University of Colorado, Publisher. 
Southwestern Lore Quarterly Archaeology 1935 1 52 98 xl.50 $350 

Dorothea Kaschube, Editor; Colorado Archaeology Society, Publisher, 

University of Colorado Museum. 
BRECKENRIDGEt (G3%). pop. 296; Summit Co. (C). 90 m SW of Denver. Railroad 

sTationlLeadville: C&S; D&RGW RRs. Bank, Fairplay. Lead, gold, silver mines. 

Summ[t OC C k oun r tTiournal + Friday -Democratic 1879 5 24 220 3.00 769 

Robert A. Theobald and Lois G. Theobald, Editors and Publishers. 

BRIGHTONt (K2%), pop. 4,336; Adams Co. (NEC). 20 m NE of Denver. UP RR. 
BK Canning beet suga? factories; creamery. Agriculture. Sugar beets, wheat, corn 

- - " " 24 294 4.00 2,250 



Blade4- Mon.&Thurs... Independent 1903 8 

W. C. Dorr, Editor; The Brighton Printing Corp., Publisher. 

BROOMFIELD (J2%), pop. X200; Boulder Co. (N). 15 m N of Denver. Bank, Louis- 
ville. CB&Q; C&S RRs. Agriculture. Sugar beets. 

SUr-Buider* Thursday Independent. 1955 5 24 231 3.00 

Bonnie Knutzen, Editor; Lafayette Leader, Inc., Publisher, Lafayette. 



1,250 



7 24 280 3.25 $1,921 



BRUSH (M2), pop. 2,481; Morgan Co. (NE). 61 m E of Greeley. CB&Q RR. Manu- 
B facfures cheese, sugar. Hatcheries. Agriculture. Sugar beets alfalfa grain 

News-Tribune 4- Thursday Republican 1901 7 24 280 3.25 

Don M. McCarty. Editor and Publisher. 

BUENA VISTA (G5), pop. 783; Chaffee Co. (C). On Arkansas River, 70 m W of 
Colorado Springs D&RGW RR. Bank, Salida, Tourist resort. Livestock, gram 
farms. Lettuce, potatoes, cow peas. 

Chaffee County Republican + . Friday Republican........ 1880 6 24 266 3.00 

Gilbert E Gregg, Editor; Gregg Publishing and Stationery Company. 
BURLINGTONf (P4), pop. 2,247; Kit Carson Co. (E). 145 m NE of Colorado Springs. 
CRI&P RR. Hatchery. Agriculture. Livestock, corn, wheat. 

Record + Thursday Republican 1888 8 24 308 3.00 

J. R.'Hudier, Editor and Publisher. 

Clrcalatto--**Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C Audit: >BPA Audit; 
iSS, sJ^ementi Bold face, sworn; IPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated, -fUses Mats. ^Non^refl 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate line., 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population-1 950 Census VP.^ M*N.I1* 
estimate V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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Estab Cols <3> Width V Depth Sub Circ 

CANON CITYf (J6%), pop. 6.846; Fremont Co. (SC). On Arkansas River, 41 m W of 
Pueblo. D&RGW; AT&SF RRs. Cement and brick plants; creamery. Health 
resort. Coal, gold mines; silica, feldspar quarries. Fruit, stock, poultry, truck 
farms. 

{Record-f Evg. ex. Sun...Republican 1906 8 24 28011.00 4,070 
Comic strip advertising accepted. 
Record + Thursday Republican 1875 8 24 280 3.00 76S 

Don Hardy, Editor and Publisher. 

Sun-f Thursday Independent 1950 5 24 224 3.00 1,350 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. Day, Publishers, 306 Main St. 

CASTLE ROCKt (K4), pop. 741; Douglas Co. (C). 80 m S of Denver. D&RGW; 
AT&SF RRs. Explosives manufactured. Dairy, stock, poultry, grain farms. 
Wheat, oats. 

Douglas County News-}- Thursday Independent 1950 5 24 224 3.00 1,050 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kobolt, Publishers, P. O. Box 208. 

CENTER (G7), pop. 2,024; Saguache Co. (SWC). 90 m SW of Pueblo. SLC RR. Cheese 

factory; feed mills. Agriculture. Grain, livestock, potatoes. 
Post-Dispatch -f Thursday Independent 1901 7 24 304 2.50 $960 

Ross B. Campbell, Editor and Publisher. 
CENTRAL CITYf (H3), pop. 871; Gilpin Co. (NC). 30 m W of Denver. Railroad, 

Golden. C&S RR. Bank, Idaho Springs. Gold, silver, lead, copper, zinc and 

uranium mines. 
Register-Call -h Friday Republican 1862 6 26 276 2.50 

R. L. Laird, Editor ; Register-Call, Publisher. 
Tommy-Knawker (offset) -{-..Friday Independent 1953 5 23 220 3.50 $850 

Claude R. Powe, Editor and Publisher, Box 697. 

CHEYENNE WELLSf (P5), pop. 1,154; Cheyenne Co. (E). 133 m E of Colorado 
Springs. UP RR. Agriculture. Wheat, corn, feed. 

Record -f Thursday Ind. Rep 1945 7 26 280 3.00 690 

Mrs. Rose A. Larmon, Editor and Publisher. 

COLORADO SPRINGSf (K5), pop. 45,472; El Paso Co. (EC). 68 m S of Denver. 
AT&SF; D&RGW; CRI&P; C&S RRs. Airlines: BNF; CEN; CAL. 

Air Force Academy. Colorado College. Union Printers' National Home. Health 
and tourist resort. Sanatorium. Two TV stations. Gold, silver and coal mines. 

Manufactures advertising film, granite, concrete, dairy products animal vac- 
cines, brooms, novelties, chemicals, pottery, bricks, airplane engine mounts, 
machine tools, shell fuses, electric motors, gray and alloy castings, electronics, 
plastics, steel culverts, carburetors. Chromium plating; meat packing; coffee 
roasting; book binding. Seven banks, including Manitou bank. Bank clearings 
(12-31-57), $308,876,625; deposits (12-31-57), $103,696,991. 35,223 electric 
(AC) meters; 31,386 gas (nat.) meters; 51,701 telephones. 

Free Press -f Morn. ex. Sat.. Independent 1947 8 23 28715.60 * 13,244 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Edward Byrne, Editor; Colorado Springs Free Press, Inc., Publisher, 

105 W. Colorado Ave. 

Gazette Telegraph-h I q V ^* e J tun " Independent 



23 801 18.20**27,545 
Saturday circ. **26,679 
Sunday circ. **2S,959 



54 108 9.50 $2,000 



515 



Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Harry Hoiles, Editor and Publisher, 30 South Prospect. 
Journal of Parasitology Bi-monthly Scientific 1914 1 

Dr. Leon Jacobs. Editor; American Society of Parasitologists, Publisher, 

Colorado College. 
Labor News Thursday Labor 1902 6 26 280 4.00 

Fred Bernheim, Editor; Pioneer Printing and Publishing Co., 22 N. Sierra Madre. 
Mountaineer-f Friday Independent 1940 5 24 228 11,600 Free 

Distributed primarily to personnel at Fort Carson. 

Gowdy-Printcraft Press, Inc., Publisher, 22 N. Sierra Madre. 
Skyline Observer-f- Thursday Independent 1950 5 24 228 2,250 Free 

Distributed at Continental Air Force Command and ENT Air Force Base. 

Fred Bernheim, Gowdy-Printcraft Press, Inc. Publisher, 22 N. Sierra Madre. 
Tiger, The-}- V Friday Collegiate 1897 5 25 217x3.75 $1,825 

Students of Colorado College, Editors and Publishers. 
Transcript 4- Morn.ex.Sun...Court News 1906 4 26 168 36.00 72 

Fred Bernheim, Ed.; Pioneer Printing & Pub. Co., 22 N. Sierra Madre. 

[Stock Horses 

Western Horseman, The Monthly /& West 1936 8 26 140 3.60 *104,S16 

IHorsemans'p 

Dick Spencer, 3rd, Editor; Don B. Flint. 3850 N. Nevada Ave. 

Young Life Magazine Monthly l&cSlf^nts 1 1944 2 26 105 2 ' 

Orien Johnson, Editor; Young Life Campaign, Publisher, Box 1519. 

CORTEZf (B8), pop. 2,680; Montezuma Co. (SW). 40 m W of Durango. Rio Grande 
Motor Way. Airline, FAL. Uranium mining. Pine timber. Livestock. Agricul- 
ture. Fruit, dairy. 

Durango-Cortez Herald See Durango. 

Montezuma Valley Journal -f- Mon.&Thurs... Republican 1889 8 24 295 6.00 

R. D. Brown, Editor; C. D. Brown, Publisher. 

Sentinel + j^^^*' Sat ' Republican 1928 5 24 22418.20 

Thursday edition Size 8 cols., 22 nonps., 294 agate lines. 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ballantine, Jr., Editors and Publishers. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. <$> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population -1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubacription included in membership fee. 

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9,800 



3,082 



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CRAIGf (Dl%), pop. 3,080; M off at Co. (NW). 213 m NW of Denver. D&RGW RR. 
Airport. Creamery. Ships livestock. Oil, gas wells. Stock, grain farms. 

Empire-Courier -f Wednesday Independent 1891 7 24 280 8.00 82,200 

C. A. Stoddard, Editor; C. A. Stoddard and L. S. McCandless, Publishers. 

CRAWFORD (D5), pop. 170; Delta Co. (W). 60 m SB of Grand Junction. Railroad 
station, Hotchkiss. D&RGW RR. Flour mill. Timber. Diversified farming. Alfalfa, 
grain, potatoes. Cattle and sheep. 



Chronicle -f- Friday Democratic 1909 

James and Roy Wallace, Publishers, Hotchkiss. 



5 24 210 2.00 



CRIPPLE CREEKf (J5), pop. 853; Teller Co. (C). 43 m SW of Colorado Springs, near- 
est railroad station. Gold mines. Ranches. Agriculture. 



Gold Rush-f Friday Independent 1891 

Richard W. Johnson, Editor and Publisher. 



DEER TRAIL (L3), pop. 421; Arapahoe Co. (NEC). 52 m E of Denver. UP RR. Bank, 

Byers. Stock, grain farms. Wheat, beans, corn. 
Tri-County Tribune -f- ............. Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1899 5 24 217 2.50 

John E. Arness, Editor and Publisher. 

DEL NORTEf (G7), pop. 2,048; Rio Grande Co. (S). On Rio Grande River, 105 m SW 
of Pueblo. D&RGW RR. Gold, silver mines. Cheese factory. Timber. Tourist 



. , . 

resort. Agriculture. Livestock, lettuce, potatoes, spinach. 
Prospector-f ............................ Friday ............. Independent ...... 1874 

Dean Hammond, Editor and Publisher, Columbia Ave. 



DELTAf (C5), pop. 4,097; Delta Co. (W). 44 m SE of Grand Junction. D&RGW RR. 
Sugar beet, tannery, frozen food plant, flour mills; creamery; cannery; wooden 
novelty factory. Spruce fir timber. Diversified farming. 

Delta County Independent-}-. .Mon.&Thurs... Independent 1882 8 24 280 5.00 

Cliff Edwards, Editor; J. A. Cinnamon, Publisher, 353 Main St. 

DENVER (K3%), pop. 415,786; Denver Co. (NC). The State Capital. 112 m N of 
Pueblo. UP; D&RGW; CB&Q; AT&SF; CRI&P; C&S RRs. Airlines: BNF; CAL; 
FAL; UAL; WAL; CEN; TWA. University of Denver; law, theology, vocational 
and other colleges and private schools. U. S. Mint. Five TV stations. 

Railroad center. Meat packing, oil refineries, coffee roasters; vegetable and 
fruit canneries; food processing; printing and publishing houses; railroad 
shops. Uranium market center. Mining and farming machinery, rubber goods, 
fabricated metal chemical and allied stone and clay products, western clothing, 
transportation equipment, scientific instruments, feed, flour, luggage manufac- 
tured. Sixteen banks; bank clearings (6-30-58), $11,789,985,528; deposits 
(6-30-58), $900,194,000, 217,547 electric (AC) meters; 186,638 gas (nat.) 
meters; 199,945 telephones. 

American Cattle Producer -f.. .Monthly Livestock .1919 3 28 135 x2.00 

D. O. Appleton, Editor; American National Live Stock Assn. Publishing Co., 

801 East 17th Ave. (18). 
American Horologist and 1 ffjnmiwv A 

Jeweler incorporating }Monthly vJ ?5 1934 2 29 108x3.00 

.Horology -f J [Jewelry 

O. R. Hagans, Editor; Roberta Pub. Co., P. O. Box 7127, Capitol Hill Station (6). 

Aspire to Better Living Monthly iRe'llg'philos. 1914 l 55 70 8 ' 00 

Elsie MacKay, Editor; Divine Science Church and College, Publisher, 
1819 E. 14th Ave. (18). 

{Beverage Analyst Group-f Monthly Liquor 1986 \\ JJJJ 8 ' 00 
Comprised of: Alaska Beverage Analyst; Kansas Beverage Analyst; Nebraska 
Beverage Analyst; Nevada Beverage Index; Rocky Mountain Beverage Analyst; 
Western States Beverage Analyst. Combined circ. 9,090; Controlled free dist. 
4,337. Bell Publications, 2400 Curtis St. (5). 

f Athmar Observer-f Friday Republican 1957 8 24 

I Barnum News + Friday Republican 1926 8 24 

I Brentwood Herald-f Friday Republican 1938 8 24 

Westwood Independent-!- Friday Republican 1941 8 24 280 

I J. I. Rosenberg, Editor and Publisher, 314 Federal Blvd. (19). 
Bulletin Free Press -f- Bi-monthly Independent 1923 5 23 210 



280 
280 
280 



*160 



7 24 217 4.50 91,650 



$685 



7 24 280 2.50 $1,014 



3,495 



11,650 



13,422 



3,200 



6,000 
1,224 



8.00 
3.00 
3.00 

6,000 Free 
3.00 

3,000 Free 
6.00 7,988 



E. J. Bloedorn, Editor; C. E. Bloedorn, Publisher, 610 Mercantile Bldg. (2). 

urnal -? 7 M Untain } Wednesday Bus. & Fin 1949 5 22 214 12.00 **4,921 

Eugene Cervi, "Editor "and Publisher, 1326 Delaware St. (4). 



Chief + i&Mon 189 

John O'Hayre, Editor and Publisher, 2400 Curtis St. (5). 

Clarion -f Tues.&Thurs.. Collegiate 1907 

Students of the University of Denver, Publishers (10). 

Colorado-f Saturday Independent 1923 

Frank Mancini, Editor and Publisher, 3630 Osage St. 



5 28 224 7 ' 60 



5 24 224 2.00 
5 24 224 3.00 



6r ~ } 



jMonthly Journalism 1926 8 26 140 2.00 

"wnTiaVM7Long','"iEditor; Oolo. Press Assn. Inc., Publisher, 1446 Court PI. (2). 

Colorado Fireman 4- Bi-monthly Fireflght'g 1956 8 28 138 x 

Marcus Griffin, Editor: Colo. State Firemen's Assn., Pub., 1726 Champa St. (2). 



4,700 
51,930 

*815 
5,114 



Circulation ft-frSept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
9P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; (Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. ^Nonparcfl 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fee. 

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DENVERt (Continued) Estab ColsWldi7Depth Sub Clrc 

Colorado Grocer+ Monthly {2 I StT 1986 cJntarthd ta dtofc 2,400 

M. N. Otto, Editor ; Colorado Retail Grocers and Meat Dealers Assn., Publishers, 
519 Bayard Ave. (9). 

Colorado Labor Advocate -f-... .Friday Labor 1922 5 23 214 3.00 8,2SO 

Henry Lohmann, Jr., Editor; Power Publishing Co., 35 W. 4th Ave. (23). 

Colorado Law + Monthly Law Enfo'm't.... 1926 3 38 138x1.00 3,O41 

Marcus Griffin, Editor; Colorado Sheriffs and Peace Officers Assn., Publisher, 
1726 Champa St. (1). 

^(n^adv 1 ) 8 **" 11 *' The {Quarterly Historical 1923 1 50 100 4.00 1,095 

Agnes Wrigrnt Spring, Editor; State Hist'l Soc., Publisher, State Museum (2). 

Colorado Motor Carrier. Monthly Trucking 1983 8 26 140 x 720 

Robert Stapp, Editor; Colorado Motor Carriers Assn. Inc., 2 40 140 

Publisher, 4060 Elati St. (16). Controlled free dist. 5,284 

CO (n^ldv O ) U !!! 00 . rS JBi-monthly Conservation 1950 2 26 102 1.00 25,000 

Charles Hjelte, Editor; State of Colorado, Dept. of Game & Fish, Publisher, 
1530 Sherman St. (1). 

CO an? d FanmerH^ r ]semi-mo Agriculture 1947 4 26 189 1.00 * 44, 122 

Marvin Russell', Editor; McKelvie Publishing Co., P. O. Box 1,349 (1). 

C E > lectr > ic Rl News+ JMonthly Rural Elect 1952 4 26 214 x.50 34,768 

Virgil Cory, Editor; Col. State Assn. of REA Cooperatives, 1950 Curtis St. (2). 

Colorado School Journal -f V.. Monthly Educational 1875 3 27 140x3.00 

Ward B. Kim ball, Ed.; Colorado Education Assn., Pub., 1605 Pennsylvania St.(3). 

^^egro^.* 68 .*!!.^. jsaturday Independent 1892 8 24 266 7.00 

E. V. Do7sey',' Editor'; Colorado Statesman, Publisher, 623 27th St. (5). 
Colorado Times (Jap.) + {sat^Sun In dependent 1914 10 24 196 15.00 

Ted K. Ogasawara, Editor and Publisher, 2017 Lawrence St. 

nil v Trr,i TK-U f Morn.ex.Sun.f Legal, Real 1897 5 24 231 72.00 

uauy journal, ine-t- ]& Mon ( Eg( . Const/n Controlled free dist. 

F. W. Dodge Corp., Publishers, 1217 Welton St. (4). 

Democrat + Saturday Democratic 1898 5 24 217 3.00 

William O'Rourke, Editor; State Democratic Central Committee, Publisher, 

1824 Curtis St. (2). 
Denver Catholic Register -f.. .Thursday Catholic 1910 8 23 294 1.50 

See also Register. 

Rt. Rev. Msgr. Matthew J. Smith, Editor; Catholic Press Soc'y. Inc., Publisher, 

934 Bannock St. (1). 
Denver Club Woman Monthly Women's Clubs. 1920 3 32 112 x.25 

Not issued during January, June, July, August. 

Colorado Federation of Women's Clubs, Publisher, 1728 Arapahoe St. (2). 

27 140 8.50 



$14,906 



2,035 



2,108 
313 

$2,250 



*26,879 



1956 3 



28 
42 



136 x3.50 
136 



3 80 140 
Controlled free dist. 



Denver's Stride ....................... Monthly ......... 

Stride Publications. Inc., 1645 Court Place (2). 
Engineers' Bulletin ................. Monthly .......... Enginecr'g ......... 1918 

H. L. Woodward, Editor; Colorado Society of Engineers, Inc., 
Publishers. 936 Lincoln (3). 

P TT w W rinV* TTof,_i_ M^tvi.* fHome 1937 

F.U.R.N. Club Facts-f ........... Monthly .......... iFurnish'gs 

Prints monthly Buyer's Guide Directory. 

Carolyn Shubart, Editor; Harry E. Shubart Co., Pub.. 718 Colorado Bldg. (2). 

Hotel Greeter-f ....................... Monthly .......... Hotel ................. 1914 3 26 140 x2.00 

C. H. Christopher, Ed.; Hotel Greeter Magazine, Pub. Co., 628 Empire Bldg. (2). 

Intermountain Jewish News 4- Friday ............. Jewish Int ......... 1914 5 23 210 5.00 

R. S. Gamzey, Editor; Max Goldberg, Publisher, 626 Mining Exchange Bldg. (2). 

Leader-f .................................. Saturday ......... Legal ................. 1910 5 24 210 1.00 

George F. Mangini, Publisher, 1830 Curtis St. (2). 

Mine-Mill Union -f ( no adv.). .Monthly .......... Labor ................. 1942 5 22 210 1.00 

Albert Pezzati, Editor; International Union of Mine and Smelter Workers, 
Publisher, 971 E. 17th Ave. (18). 

Mines Magazine -f ................... Monthly ......... {^En*'!*" 1 " 1895 3 26 14 5 * 00 

Jack T. Willson, Editor; Colorado School of Mines Alumni Assn., Inc., Publisher, 
734 Cooper Bldg. (2). 

Mining Record + ..................... Thursday ........ {o^Devel. 1889 5 26 21 6 ' 

Charles E. Newmeyer, Editor; Record Publishing Co., 2155 Lawrence St. (2). 

Monitor -f ................................. Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1924 8 28 287 

James L. Adams and Don Brokaw, Publishers, 1950 Curtis St. (2). 

M ElStric B S5lr. + ................ JMonthly .......... Rural Elect ....... 1953 4 26 214 x.50 

Virgil Cory, Editor; Mont. State R. E. Cooperative Assn., 1950 Curtis St. (2). 

Mountain States Banker ......... Monday ........... Financial ........... 1919 8 27 140 6.00 

J. C. Scarboro, Ed.; Mountain States Pub. Co., 618 Railway Exchange Bldg. (2). 



1,500 

2,561 

6,036 
4,580 

400 

3,879 

7,000 

21,673 



Circulation **Spt. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit? 
{P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. ? Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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DENVERf (Continued) Esttb Col$0 Width V Depth Sub Clre 

National Fur News 4- Monthly Fur Farming 1928 3 26 140 3.00 *4,421 

Galen E. Broyles Co., Inc., Publisher, 200 Clayton St. (6). 
National Humane Review .Bi-monthly Humane 1912 3 27 140 1.50 

American Humane Assn., Publisher, 896 Pennsylvania St. (3). 

{National Union Farmer Monthly Agriculture 1938 4 27 213 .50 $320,000 
R Fa?m^rT n \ a nS ad n v) n JMonthly Agriculture 1912 5 23 210 x 18,9OO 

George L. Bickei, Editor; Rocky Mountain Farmers' Union, Publisher, 
1575 Sherman St. (5). 

0i Union m N?ws a "no A ad) C }semi-mo Labor 1945 5 23 224 2.00 t!73,300 

Ray Davidson, Editor; Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Int'l Union, Publisher, 

Box 2812. 

P*J- fEvg. ex. Sun.. ,. nt * on * 1892 8 23 310 21.00**253,410 

rost ~ 1 ~ | Sun. Morn, independent g^ eyg ^^.^^193,333 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. Sunday circ.iHt334,121 
Palmer Hoyt, Editor; Denver Post, Inc., Publisher (1). 

Public Ledger -f Saturday (S^toteNewa 1924 5 23 21 3 ' 00 * 900 

William R. Day, Editor; Lyle Lindesmith, Publisher, 100 E. 16th Ave. (3). 
Recorder-f Monthly { Dr^leaifg 2 26 78 

Gay Mantz, Editor; John O'Hayre, Publisher, 16 Acoma St. (23). 
Record-Stockman + Thursday f Market^ &nd 1889 8 23 28 7 ' 00 * n ' 377 

Harry E. Green, Jr., Editor; Record-Stockman, Inc., Publisher, 

4244 Steele St.. P. O. Box 6628 (16). 
Regis Brown and Gold-f V Ev. 2 wks Collegiate 1919 5 24 196 1.00 

Students of Regis College, Editors and Publishers (21). Controlled circ. 1,500 

Register-f Sunday Catholic 1905 8 23 294 2.00 * 7 88, 663 

Prints a National Edition and 32 regional editions for various sections of the 
United States. 

Rt. Rev. Msgr. Matthew J. Smith, Editor; Catholic Press Soc., Inc., Publisher, 

938 Bannock St. (1). 
Reino de Dios, El (Span.) Monthly Religious 1926 2 28 66 1.00 500 

The Theatine Fathers, Publishers, 1156 Ninth St. (4). Controlled free dist. 1,500 

Rocky Mountain Beverage Analyst See Beverage Analyst Group. 
Rocky Mountain Chef s -f Monthly Culinary Indus. 1954 3 28 137 3.00 

Monitor Publications, Inc., 1950 Curtis St. (2). 

Rocky Mountain l c . * * 1953 ? ?? JJJ 8 ' 

Construction jSemi-mo Construction 2 42 140 

J Controlled circ. >5,851 

E. B. Tarpley, Editor; Mountain Publishing Co.. Inc., 855 Lincoln St. (3). 

Rocky Mountain Druggist Monthly Ret. Drug Trd... 1888 3 26 140 2.00 

Verne N. Seeley, Editor; Western Drug Publications, 2 41 140 

1441 Welton St. (2). Controlled free dist. 5,355 

Rocky Mountain Herald Saturday Independent 1860 4 26 165 3.00 1,466 

Thomas H. Ferril, Editor; Helen R. Ferril, Publisher, 1830 Curtis St. (2). 
Rocky Mountain Medical \ M ,. , ,. , 1904 2 36 126 x3.50 4,210 

Journal (Monthly Medical Controlled free dist. 297 

Harvey T. Sethman, Editor; Colorado State Med. Soc., Publisher, 
835 Republic Bldg. (2). 

Rocky Mountain Motorist -f-.. Monthly Motoring 1926 5 24 192 xl.OO 28,500 

Cal Larson, Editor; Rocky Mountain Motorists. Inc., Publisher, 
4100 E. Arkansas Ave. (22). 

Rocky Mountain News 4- Every Morn.. ..Independent 1859 5 24 200 15.00**160,155 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. Sunday circ. 5. 2 0** 165,039 

Jack Foster, Editor; Denver Publishing Co., 400 W. Colfax (4). 

Rocky Mountain Oil 1 MrtlfMw n,M T^,I Q 1944 3 27 14 4 - 3 891 

Reporter-f [Monthly Oil Indus Controlled free dist. 2,291 

Prints Rocky Mountain Oil Directory annually. 

Henry W. Hough, Editor and Publisher 601 Ogden St., P. O. Box 1469. 
Rocky Mountain Union Farmer See National Union Farmer. 

Rodeo Sports News-}- Semi-mo Imports 1952 5 24 217 4<0 * 8 ' 800 

Gene Lamb, Editor; Rodeo Cowboys' Assn., Inc., Publisher, 
1744 Champa St. (2). 

Sanitarian, The Bi-monthly f a^lrfution l938 2 30 112 5 ' 00 3 442 

Prof. Milton M. Miller, Editor; Nat'l Assn. of Sanitarians, Publisher, 

P. O. Box 51 (10). 
School Lunch Journal 4- lOti.ayr Food Sup'rs .1940 2 42 140 3.00 14,205 

American School Food Service Assn., Publisher. P. O. Box 8811 (10). 
. . i i *ui [Automotive 1950 2 28 112 x3.00 

Service Station Sentinel -f Monthly 1 Trade Controlled free dist. 3,076 

James A. Coffman, Editor; Petroleum Retailers Assn. of Colorado, Publisher, 

2109 E Virginia (9). 
Skiing (National) 6 ti. a yr Skiing 1948 4 27 213 2.00 64,556 

Issued monthly October through March. 

Skiing Publishing Company, 7190 W. 14th Ave. 

Sonntagsblatt der yolkszei-] Sund Independent 1875 7 26 294 4.00 

tung-Tribune-4- (Ger.)....l 

Val J. Peter, Publisher, 21 Adams St. (6). 



Circulation fr*Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
IP.O Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher't Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. $ Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. fCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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2,200 
700 

$2,200 



DENVERf (Continued) Estab Co 1$^ Width? Depth Sub Circ 

Square and Compass -f Monthly Masonic 1892 2 80 112 1.00 4,800 

A. E. Valentine Publications, 1728 Arapahoe St. (2). 
gtar-f (Negro) Saturday Independent 1880 7 26 294 8.00 

G. G. Ross, Editor; Denver Star, Publisher, 910 Twentieth St. (2). 
Talon, The Monthly Coll. Milit 1956 2 40 137 3.60 

Cadets of the United States Air Force Academy, Editors Controlled free dist. 

and Publishers, 338 W. Colfax (4). 
Technical Valuation 3 ti. a yr Appraisals 1936 2 35 117x7.50 

Max Arnold, Editor; Amer. Soc. of Appraisers, Publisher, 701 Colorado Bldg. (2). 
TV Guide See Radnor, Pa., Colorado Edition, circ. *74,763. 
University Park News -f Thursday Independent 1947 5 22 224 8.00 

Mrs. Ruth G. Wyant, Editor and Publisher, 2130 S. Birch (22). 10,400 Free 

Uranium Marine* Bi-monthly Metal Min', " Controlled fr'ee disL ''US 

Henry W. Hough, Editor; Petroleum Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 1469 (18). 
Western Farm Life -f Semi-mo Agric.&L'stk 1898 4 27 196 1.00*149,761 

Printed in two editions : Regular Ed., Colorado Zone Ed. Total unpaid dist. 

Western Farm Life Pub. Co., Inc., P. O. Box 299 (1). 
Western News-f Thursday Independent 1888 5 24 224 3.00 

Glenn D. Peterson, Editor; Enoch Peterson, Publisher, 1210 California St. (4). 
Western States Beverage Analyst See Beverage Analyst Group. 
Westwood Independent See Brentwood Herald. 

W News^..^!!r. a .!.. E .! e .?.^ }Monthly Rural Elect 1953 4 26 

Virgli'CoTy "Editor ;* Wyo. State R. E. Assn., 1950 Curtis St. (2). 

DOLORES (C7%), pop. 729; Montezuma Co. (SW). 115 m S of Grand Junction. Rail- 
road station, Durango. D&RGW RR. Saw, flour mills; grain elevators. Ponderosa 
pine timber. Diversified farming. 

Star-f Friday Democratic 1897 5 24 224 2.50 

T. J. Johnson, Editor and Publisher, Box 347. 

DOVE CREEK (B7), pop. 702; Dolores Co. (SW). 100 m S of Grand Junction. Railroad 
station, Durango. D&RGW RR. Yellow pine timber. Diversified farming. Beans, 
wheat, potatoes. 

Press-f Friday Independent 1940 7 24 280 3.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Birl J. Brewington, Editors and Publishers. 

DURANGOf (D8), pop. 7,459 (special U. S. Census 1-8-58, gives 9,494) ; La Plata Co. 
(SW). 130 m SE of Grand Junction. D&RGW RR. Airline, FAL. Gold, silver, 
lead, coal, uranium mines; oil, natural gas wells; pine timber. Smelters, flour 
mill; foundry, bottling works. Hatchery, nursery. Tourist resort. Diversified 
farming. Hay, grain, fruit. 

J Herald-News-f \slt'& Sun Independent 1881 8 

| Durango-Cortez Herald-f Sunday Independent 1958 8 22 294 

I Morley and Arthur Ballantine, Jr., Editors and Publishers, 1022 Main Ave. 

EADSf (O5%), pop. 1,015; Kiowa Co. (E). 110 m E of Pueblo. MP RR. Stock, grain, 
poultry, dairy farms. Corn, milo maize, broom corn. 

Kiowa County Press Friday Independent 1887 7 24 276 3.00 

James C. LaVelle, Editor and Publisher. 

EAGLE f (F3). pop. 445; Eagle Co. (NWC). 100 m W of Denver. D&RGW RR. Silver, 
gold mines; spruce, pine, cedar timber. Agriculture. Potatoes, hay, grain, stock. 

Eagle Valley Enterprise-f Thursday Independent 1898 5 24 224 3.00 

Marilla R. McCain, Editor; H. D. and Marilla R. McCain, Publishers. 

EATON (Kl%), pop. 1.276; Weld Co. (N). 7 m N of Greely. UP; GW RRs. Dairy, 
stock, poultry farms. Sugar beets, potatoes, beans. 

Herald-f Friday Republican 1894 7 23 280 2.50 

Harry Kurtz, Editor and Publisher. 

ELIZABETH (K4), pop. 263; Elbert Co. (EC). 86 m SE of Denver. Railroad station, 
Castle Rock. AT&SF; D&RGW RRs. Grain farms. Beans, corn, alfalfa. 

Rainbelt Echo-f Thursday Independent 1950 5 24 205 2.00 

Edw. J. Phillips, Editor and Publisher. 

ENGLEWOOD (K3), pop. 16,869; Arapahoe Co. (C). 7 m S of Denver.AT&SF; D&RGW 
RRs. Manufactures brooms, tools. Creameries; greenhouses; hatcheries. 
Agriculture. 

Colorado Odd Fellow Monthly LO.O.F 1896 8 26 192 1.60 

Homer F. Bedford, Ed.; Grand Lodge I.O.O.F. Colo., Pub., 2901 S. Ogden St. 



, 
2,050 

1,250 



214 x.60 12,797 



$675 



t817 



18.20 
6.00 



*4,761 
56,529 



941 



1,186 



630 



*500 



Design New. ............................ Bi-weekly ....... 

Electrical Design News .......... Monthly ......... {liect*'c Des. 

M. S. Kiver, Editor. 
Purchasing New. ..................... BUweekly ....... | 

Rogers Publishing Company, 3375 S. Bannock. 

]Mon.&Thur...RepubHcan ......... 1932 5 24 224 8.00 



1949 2 



140 20.00 
Controlled circ. 
26 140 
40 140 
Controlled circ. 
40 140 10.00 
Controlled circ. 



John Jameson, Editor and Publisher, 8434 S. Acoma. 
ESTES PARK (J2), pop. 1,617; Larimer Co. (N). 60 m NW of Denver. Railroad sta- 
tion, Lyons. CB&Q RR. Estes- Rocky Mountain National Park Is a resort region. 

Trail-f Friday Independent 1921 6 23 ,203 4.00 

Glenn Prosser, Editor and Publisher. 



>40,484 

>30,566 
> 18,581 

87,200 
2,097 



CtTeaUtkm **Spt. A. B.C. Statement; *June nd March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Use* Matt. Nonpareil 
em, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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"~~~~ Estab Cols0W!dth?Dtpth Sub Eire 

EVERGREEN (J8). pop. X596; Jefferson Go. (NC). 23 m W of Denver, nearest railroad 

station and bank. Manufactures leather and sheep-lined clothing. Bookbinding. 

Slaughter house. Agriculture. Resort. 
Mountain News-f Friday Independent 1950 5 24 182 2.00 $660 

George A. R. Gilflllan, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 252. 

FAIRPLAYf (H4), pop. 476; Park Co. (C). 90 m SW of Denver. Railroad station. 
Buena Vista, D&RGW RR. Gold mines. Ranches, farms. 

Pa Fai?pla?^^ Independent 1879 5 28 203 8.00 767 

Chester W. Marl ner^ Ed it or and Publisher. 

FLAGLER (N4), pop. 793; Kit Carson Co. (). 110 m SE of Denver. CRI&P RR. 
Feed mill. Livestock, dairy, poultry farms. Wheat, corn, barley. 

News-f Thursday Democratic 1913 7 24 280 2.60 51,157 

Clyde B. Coulter, Editor and Publisher. 

FLORENCE (J6). pop. 2,773 ; Fremont Co. (SC). On Arkansas River, 30 m W of Pueblo. 
AT&SF; D&RGW RRs. Oil wells; coal mines. Cement works; ranches. Truck, 
fruit, poultry farms. 

Citizen-f- Thursday Independent 1898 8 24 280 8.00 1,207 

Robert B. Cruzen, Editor and Publisher. 

FORT COLLINSf (J1&), pop. 14,937; Larimer Co. (N). 65 m N of Denver. UP; CAS 
RRs. Airport. Colorado State University. Manufactures sugar, flour, brick, tile, 
plastics, canned foods, machinery, beverages. Pine timber. Stock, grain, fruit, 
dairy farms. Sugar beets, lambs, alfalfa. 

Color.doan+ jj'&f ^ Independent "g^ 1 ^ $$88 

[bun. Morn. 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
Don Wilkins Editor; Clyde E. Moffitt, Publisher. 

Journal of the American 1 f .. r> t. 

Society of Sugar Beet ^Quarterly ISST.* 1938 1 52 100 4.60 

Technologists (no adv.)..J \Research 

James H. Fischer, Editor; American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists, 
Publisher, P. O. Box 538. 

Rocky Mountain Collegian 4- V Friday Agric. Coll 1891 5 24 200 8.00 

Students of Colorado A & M College. Editors and Publishers. 

Times -f Thursday Ind. Rep 1958 6 24 228 3.00 $973 

George E. Hungerford, Editor; Colorado Printing Co., Publisher, 
132 W. Mountain Ave. 

FORT LUPTON (K2%), pop. 1,907; Weld Co. (N). 25 m N of Denver. Railroad name, 
Lupton. UP RR. Coal mines. Condensary ; beet sugar factory ; vegetable cannery. 
Truck, dairy, grain farms. Hay, sugar beets. 

Press + Thursday Independent 1898 7 24 280 2.00 1,142 

Roy Carter, Editor and Publisher. 

FORT MORGANf (M2), pop. 5,315; Morgan Co. (NE). 75 m NE of Denver. CB&Q; 
UP RRs. Beet sugar, canning, auto accessories ; creamery ; nursery. Agriculture. 
Sugar beets, stock, corn, grain. 

Morgan County Herald -f Mon.&Thurs.. .Agric. Rep 1888 7 24 280 4.00 2,912 

Helen Cudworth, Editor; Fort Morgan Publishing Co., Inc. 

Times-f Evg. ex. Sun...Republican 1884 8 24 280 6.00 3,184 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

R. B. Spencer, Editor; Times Publishing Company. 

FOWLER (L6), pop. 1,025; Otero Co. (SE). On Arkansas River, 36 m E of Pueblo. 
AT&SF; MP RRs. Cannery; creamery; hatchery. Agriculture. Alfalfa, tomatoes, 
sugar beets, beans. 

Tribune-f Friday Independent 1897 7 24 278 2.50 1,380 

Donald A. Buck, Editor; Mrs. Charles W. Buck, Publisher. 

FREDERICK (K2%), pop. 599; Weld Co. (N). 25 m N of Denver. UP RR. Bank, Fort 
Lupton. Coal mines. Grain farms. Wheat, sugar beets. 

Farmer and Miner -f Thursday Democratic 1932 5 24 280 2.50 573 

Wayne M. Blanchard, Editor and Publisher. 

FRUITA (B4), pop. 1,463; Mesa Co. (W). 11 m NW of Grand Junction. D&RGW RR. 
Natural gas wells; coal, gold mines. Bean, pickle warehousing. Agriculture. 
Dairying, beans, alfalfa, grain. 

Times Friday Democratic 1895 5 24 210 2.50 544 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thomas, Editors and Publishers. 

GLEN WOOD SPRINGS (E8%), pop. 2,412; Garfleld Co. (W). 75 m NE of Grand 
Junction. D&RGW RR. Creamery; logging operations. Resort, hot mineral 
springs. Diversified farming. Potatoes, sheep, livestock. 

Glenwood Post-f Thursday Independent 1890 8 24 308 8.50 1,827 

John H. and James B. Samuelson, Editors and Publishers. 

GOLDENf (J8), pop. 5,238; Jefferson Co. (C). 15 m W of Denver. C&S RRs. Colorado 

School of Mines. Coal, gold mines ; clay pits. Porcelain, fire-brick, brewery. Truck, 

dairy, stock, poultry farms. 
Colorado Transcript-f Thursday Democratic 1866 6 24 252 2.50 2,663 

H. F. Parsons. Editor; Transcript Ptg. Co., Publisher, 1115 Washington Ave. 
Oredigger-fV Tuesday Collegiate 1920 5 24 196 4.00 60 

Students of Colorado School of Mines, Publishers. 1,350 Free 

Circulation A- * Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; {Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCountj seat. Population 1950 Census. XRand NfcNally 
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GOLDENf (Continued) Estab Coll Width V Depth Sub Cire 

Outlook -f- Friday Independent 1946 5 24 200 2.40 8,620 

J. W. Barley. Editor; Outlook Publishers, llth and Arapahoe. 
GRANBY (G2%), pop. 463; Grand Co. (N). 82 m W of Boulder. D&RGW RR. Sand and 

gravel pits. Cattle ranching. 
Sky-Hi News Friday Independent 1945 7 24 280 2.50 882 

John O. Keenan, Editor; John and Mary Keenan, Publishers. 
GRAND JUNCTIONf (B4%), pop. 14,504; Mesa Co. (W). 250 m W of Denver. 

D&RGW RR. Airlines: FAL; UAL. Uranium, coal, copper mines. TV station. 

Sugar, insecticides, vinegar, clay products, canning, butter factories; meat 

packing plant; flour mills; foundry; bottling works; hatchery. Mountain resort. 

Timber. Livestock. Diversified farming. Fruit, beans, truck crops. 



* " 



22 295 18.00 ** 15,709 
Sunday circ.tHr!S,773 



Sentinel -f 

Color advertising accepted. 

Sentinel Printing and Publishing Co. 
'Sun + Morn.ex.Sun...Republican 1956 5 23 22413.00 6,648 

Dennis Lowery, Editor. 
Western Colorado Reporter + Wednesday Agriculture 1950 5 23 224 1.50 3,081 

Terry Mariner, Editor; Lyle Mariner, Publisher, 827 N. First. 

GRAND VALLEY (C8%), pop. 296; Garfield Co. (W). 38 m NE of Grand Junction. 
D&RGW RR. Bank, Rifle. Oil wells. Fruit grain, stock farms. 

News + Friday Independent 1906 5 24 210 1.50 260 

K. H. Becktell, Editor and Publisher. 

GREELEYf (K2), pop. 20,354; Weld Co (N). 50 m N of Denver. UP; C&S RRs. 

Colorado State College. Manufactures sugar, flour, canned vegetables, butter, 

concrete products, potato sorters. Bottling works; nursery. Dairy products. 

Agriculture. Potatoes, sugar beets, alfalfa, grain. 
Booster-f Friday Democratic 1903 5 24 217 1.00 

Joe Brust, Editor; L. A. Walling, Publisher. 

Colorado State College of !. A rrtl , fA 1910 5 24 224 x2.00 200 

Education Mirror V )*riday Lollegiate Controlled free dist. 2,800 

Prints Summer Mirror for free distribution. Circ., 2,600. 

Student Association of Colorado State College, Publisher. 
Journal-f Sunday Independent 1935 5 24 224 2.50 3,693 

Jule W. Edgerton, Editor; R. L. Tatman, Publisher. 14th St. at 8th Ave. 

(Tribune and Republican-!- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Republican 1907 8 24 301 14.40**1I,414 
Color advertising accepted. Prints pre-date edition morning except Sunday. 
Tr Re U p n u\HwnT e ^. C .. U . n . ty J Thursda y Republican 1870 8 24 301 1.00 75 

F. E. Merriii, Editor'; Tribune-Republican Publishing Company, 714 Eighth St. 
GUNNISONf (F6%), pop. 2,770; Gunnison Co. (W). On Gunnison River, 125 m SE of 
Grand Junction. Rio Grande Motor Way. Nearest railroad, Salida. SP RR. Airline, 
FAL. Western State College of Colorado. Coal, gold, silver mines. Resort. Pine 
timber. Dairy, stock farms. Agriculture. Hay, cattle. 

Courier Monday Democratic 1933 5 24 224 4.00 1,878 

Wallace D. Foster, Editor; Gunnison Newspapers, Inc., Pub., 218 N. Wisconsin. 

News -Champion -f Thursday Republican 1880 8 24 308 4.00 1,928 

Wallace D. Foster, Editor; Gunnison Newspapers, Inc., Pub., 218 N. Wisconsin. 

Top O' The World V Friday Collegiate 1929 6 24 224x3.00 1,250 

Students of Western State College, Publishers. 

HAXTUN (Ol), pop. 1,006; Phillips Co. (NE). 140 m NE of Denver. CB&Q RR. Stock, 
dairy, poultry farms. Corn, wheat, barley. 

Harvest + Wednesday Democratic 1919 7 24 280 3.00 1,000 

Loren F. Hovel, Editor; Leslie E. Taylor, Publisher. 

HAYDEN (El%), pop. 767; Routt Co. (NW). 200 m NW of Denver. D&RGW RR. 
Bank, Steamboat Springs. Coal mines. Agriculture. Sheep, cattle. 

N. W. Colorado Press -f- Friday Democratic 1902 5 24 224 2.50 675 

A. L. Schafer, Editor and Publisher. 

HOLLY (P6%), pop. 1,236; Prowers Co. (SE). 140 m E of Pueblo. AT&SF RR. Airport. 
Manufactures alfalfa meal, mixed grain. Dairy, stock, poultry, truck, grain farms. 

Chieftain-f Thursday Independent 1896 5 24 224 3.00 595 

Fred D. Pottorf, Jr., Editor and Publisher. 

HOLYOKEf (Pl%), pop. 1,558; Phillips Co. (NE). 125 m E of Greely. CB&Q RR. 
Elevators. Stock grain, dairy, poultry farms. Sorghums. 

Enterprise-f Thursday Independent 1910 7 24 280 3.00 1,512 

W. Max Starbuck, Editor and Publisher. 

HOTCHKISS (D5), pop. 715; Delta Co. 60 m SE of Grand Junction. D&RGW RR. Agri- 
culture. Alfalfa, grain, potatoes. Cattle and sheep. 

Herald + Thursday Democratic 1905 5 24 210 8.00 $550 

James and Roy Wallace, Publishers. 

HUGOf (N4), pop. 943; Lincoln Co. (E). 78 m NE of Colorado Springs. UP RR. 
Stock, grain, dairy farms. Corn, wheat and barley. 

Eastern Colorado Plainsman. .Thursday Democratic 1912 8 24 315 8.00 2,000 

Bryce Wilkins and John Me Nail, Editors and Publishers. 

IDAHO SPRINGS (H3), pop. 1,769; Clear Creek Co. (C). 33 m W of Denver. Railroad 
station, Golden. C&S RR. Gold, silver, lead, copper mines. Winter resort, hot 
mineral springs. 

Clear Creek Mining Journal -f Friday Independent 1924 7 24 287 3.00 1,049 

H. O. Ashmun, Editor ; Clear Creek Mining Journal. Inc., Publisher. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; IPublUher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Use* Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCountj seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNilly 
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Estab CoU<3> Width V Depth Sub 
IGNACIO (D8H), pop. 626; La Plata Co. (SW). 160 m 8E of Grand Junction. DftRGW 

RR. Stock, grata, dairy, poultry farms. 
Chieftain and Bayfleld Blade. Friday ............. Independent ...... 1910 6 26 280 2.60 

Charlotte Jonea, Editor; Fay Jonea, Publisher, Box 386. 

JOHNSTOWN (K2), pop. 897; Weld Co. (N). 18 m SW of Greeley. GW RR. Sugar 

processing plant; condensery. Agriculture. Sugar beets, grain, hay. 
Breeze + ................................... Thursday ........ Independent. ...... 1905 7 24 280 2.60 

Paul Williams, Editor and Publisher. 

JULESBURGf <P%), pop. 1,961; Sedgewick Co. (NE). On South Fork of Platte River, 
reeley. UP RR. Seed potatoes ; potato packing plant . 



7 24 273 2.50 



135m NE of Greel 
Grit- Advocate + ...................... Wednesday ..... Independent ...... 1899 

E. T. Hogue, Editor and Publisher. 

KEENESBURG (L2%), pop. 432; Weld Co. (N). 36 m NE of Denver. CB&Q RR. 

Oil and gas wells. Agriculture. Sugar beets, beans, wheat. 
Keene Valley Sun ................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1924 7 24 280 2.50 

R. W. Ball, Editor and Publisher. 

KIM (N8), pop. X400; Las Animas Co. (SE). 75 m E of Trinidad, nearest bank. 
Railroad station, Pritchett. AT&SF RR. Stock, grain farms. Wheat, pinto. 
beans, corn. 
Country-Record ....................... Friday ............. Republican ........ 1919 6 26 273 2.00 

Victor L. Waters, Editor and Publisher. 

KIOWAf (L4), pop 178; Elbert Co. (EC). 40 m SE of Denver. Railroad station, 
Castle Rock. AT&SF; D&RGW RRs. Creamery. Dairy, stock, grain farms. Alfalfa, 
beans, corn. 
Divide Review ......................... Friday ............. Democratic ........ 1899 6 23 280 1.50 

F. H. Lemon, Editor and Publisher. 

KIT CARSON (O5), pop. 379; Cheyenne Co. (E). 110 m NE of Pueblo. UP RR. Grain, 

stock farms. Wheat, corn. 
Press ......................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1946 6 26 280 2.60 

Stanley J. Robinson, Editor; Rose A. Larmon, Publisher, Cheyenne Wells. 
KREMMUNG (G2%), pop. 623; Grand Co. (N). 115 m NW of Denver. D&RGW RR. 

Saw mill. Stock farms. 
Middle Park Times + .............. Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1880 5 22 203 3.00 

M. Paul Way, Editor; Middle Park Printing Co., Publisher. 
LAFAYETTE (J2%), pop. 2,090; Boulder Co. (N). 12 m E of Boulder. CB&Q RR. 

Coal mines. Agriculture. Grain, sugar beets, alfalfa. 
Leader + ................................... Thursday ........ Independent. ...... 1904 5 24 203 3.00 

Merril D. Grohman, Editor and Publisher. 
LA JARA (H8), pop. 912; Conejos Co. (S). 100 m SW of Pueblo. D&RGW RR. 

Fish hatchery. Dairy, stock, poultry, truck, grain farms. 
Gazette ..................................... Friday ............. Democratic ........ 1916 7 24 280 3.00 

Mary Mudd, Editor and Publisher. 

LA JUNTA* (M6^), pop. 7,712; Otero Co. (SE). On Arkansas River, 65 m SE of 

Pueblo. AT&SF RR. Airline, CAL. Railroad shops; cannery; grain mill and 

elevator; meat packing plant, cattle. Agriculture. Sugar beets, melons, grain. 

Arkansas Valley Journal + ... .Thursday ........ Ind. Agric .......... 1949 6 23 217 2.00 

Milton Booth. Editor; Arkansas Valley Journal, Inc., Publisher, 7 W. 6th St. 
Tribune-Democrat + ............... Evg. ex. Sun. ..Ind. Dem ............ 1896 8 23 294 9.60 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 
Spencer Burtis, Editor ; Al H. Burtis, Publisher. 
LAKEWOOD (J8), pop. X 30, 500 (branch of Denver P. O.) ; Jefferson Co. (NC). Adjoins 

Denver on West. Brewery ; hatcheries. Fruit, turkey farms. 
Jefferson Record -f ................. Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1945 8 24 808 2.00 

James Colegrove, Editor; Ivan P. Gillett, Publisher. 1556 Wadsworth Ave. 
Jefferson Sentinel .................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1931 5 23 217 2.50 

Ed Moder, Editor; Gateway West Pub'g Co., Publisher. 7338 W. Colfax St. 
LAMARf (O6%), pop. 6,829; Prowers Co. (SE). 110 m E of Pueblo. AT&SF RR. 
Airline, CEN. Condensery; alfalfa meal and flour mills. Agriculture. Sugar, grain, 
wheat, stock. 
News-f ..................................... Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Dem ............ 1917 8 24 294 12.00 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 
Fred M. Betz, Editor; Betz Publishing Co. 

LA SALLE (K2), pop. 797; Weld Co. (N). 45 m NE of Denver. UP RR. Bank, Greeley. 

Frozen food and meat packing plant; alfalfa mill. Grain, stock, dairy farms. 

Leader-f ................................... Wednesday ..... Independent ...... 1948 6 26 280 2.00 

James P. Noel and Idella M. Noel, Editors and Publishers. 

LAS ANIMASf (N6%), pop. 3,223: Bent Co. (SE). 82 m E of Pueblo. AT&SF RR. 
Airport. Oil and gas wells. Grain mill and elevator; alfalfa pellet, sugar beet 
factory. Agriculture. Cantaloups, wheat, corn. 
Bent County Democrat -f ...... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1883 8 24 308 8.00 

Earl E. Asbury, Editor and Publisher. 
Leader-h .................................. Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1873 7 24 276 2.00 

R. B. McDermott, Editor and Publisher. 

LEADVILLEf (G4), pop. 4,081; Lake Co. (C). 78 m SW of Denver. D&RGW; G&S RRs. 
Smelting and refining. Gold, silver, lead, copper, zinc, molybdenum mines. 
Dairy farms. 
Carbonate Chronicle-f ............ Monday ........... Democratic ........ 1878 5 24 224 8.00 

Lois G. Theobald, Editor; Robert A. and Lois G. Theobald, Publishers, 
715 Harrison Ave. 



Cirt 
$680 

5620 

1,743 

8675 

650 

305 
320 
800 

J850 
800 

4,612 
3,607 

9,024 

8,033 



2,620 
1,350 

712 



Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June tnd March A.B.C Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >CCA Audit; 
8 P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; {Publisher's Report: Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. <3> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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LEADVILLEf (Continued) Estab Cols* Width VDtpth Sub Eire 

Herald-Democrat + {& V Sun. X ' S **' Democr at 1886 5 24 281 9.00 81,575 

Robert and Lois Theobald, Publishers. 

LIMON (M4), pop. 1,471; Lincoln Co. (E). 74 m SE of Denver. CRI&P; UP RRs. 
Bean pickling plant. Grain, stock, poultry farms. Wheat, corn, beans. 

Leader-f Thursday Republican 1910 7 24 280 8.50 81,479 

Dale and Ronald Cooley, Editors and Publishers. 

LITTLETONf (J8H). POP. 8.878; Arapahoe Co. (NEC). 10 m S of Denver. D&RGW; 
AT&SF RRs. Manufactures trucks, fire extinguishers ; dynamite, precision instru- 
ments, electronic equipment. Nurseries. Dairy, poultry, truck farms. Wheat, 
barley, oats. 

r Arapahoe Herald + Tuesday Independent 1904 8 24 298 8.00 52,430 

\ Independent -f- Friday Independent 1888 8 24 298 8.00 83,999 

I Houstoun Waring, Editor; Edwin A. Bemis, Publisher. 

LONGMONT (J2), pop. 8,099; Boulder Co. (N). 84 m NW of Denver. GW; C&S; 

CB&Q RRs. Sugar, flour mills ; canning, brick, tile, tractor factories ; creamery ; 

hatchery. Coal mines. Agriculture. Sugar beets, wheat, barley. 
Ledger-f- Thursday Independent 1879 6 23 224 2.50 1,178 

James G. Archuleta and Robert C. Keeler. Publishers, 410 Cuff man St. 
Times-Call-f Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1893 9 22 287 18.00 4,57 

Ed. Lehman, Publisher, 655 Fourth Ave. 

LORETTO, pop. X600; Arapahoe Co. (C). 7 m SW of Denver. D&RGW RR. Bank, 
Denver. Gold mines; timber. Loretto Heights College (Cath. women). Farming. 

Heightsonian News-f V Monthly Collegiate 1924 C on trilled 1 fr^dist. 1,600 

TAkra (The Heights) V Quarterly Lit. Coll 1931 2 26 140 2.60 

Students of Loretto Heights College, Editors and Publishers. 

LOUISVILLE (J2H). pop. 1,978; Boulder Co. (N). 15 m NW of Denver. C&S RR. 
Coal mines. Agriculture. Grain, sugar beets. 

Times-f Thursday Independent 1913 6 24 217 2.60 642 

Delia Hobson, Editor; Arthur Hobson, Publisher. 

LOVELAND (J2), pop. 6,778; Larimer Co. (N). 14 m S of Fort Collins. C&S; GW RRs. 

Canneries ; creamery ; farm machinery, trailer and sugar factories ; machine shops. 

Farming. Sugar beets, corn, wheat. 

Reporter-!- Thursday Independent 1880 8 24 280 2.00 5198 

Reporter-Herald -f- Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1908 8 24 280 6.00 53,945 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

Harley Holden, Editor and Publisher, 450 Cleveland Ave. 
Round-Up Thursday Independent 1947 5 24 210 8.00 8976 

Esther A. and Ralph Williams, Editors and Publishers, 137 W. 4th St. 

MANGOS (C8), pop. 786; Montezuma Co. (SW). 30 m W of Durango. Rio Grande Motor 
Way. Airport. Bank, Dolores. Saw mills. Dairy farms. Hay, grain. 

Times-Tribune -f Friday Democratic 1892 6 24 224 2.00 8400 

Dick Sprenger, Editor and Publisher. 

MANITOU SPRINGS (K6), pop. 2,580; El Paso Co. (EC). 6 m W of Colorado Springs. 
Railroad station. Colorado Springs. D&RGW RR. Tourist and health resort. Sana- 
torium. Mineral water bottled ; lime manufactured. 

Pikes Peak Journal-f Friday Republican 1882 5 26 224 2.00 5749 

Frances C. Graham, Editor and Publisher. 

MANZANOLA (M6%), pop. 543; Otero Co. (SE). On Arkansas River. 42 m SE of 
Pueblo. AT&SF RR. Cannery; melons packed. Agriculture. Sugar beets, tomatoes, 
alfalfa, oats, cantaloups. 

Sun-f Thursday Independent 1900 7 24 280 2.50 700 

Mr. and Mrs. George Pavitt, Editors and Publishers. 

MEEKERf (D2H), pop. 1,668; Rio Blanco Co. (NW). On White River, 40 m N of Rifle, 
nearest railroad station. D&RGW RR. Coal, uranium mines. Oil wells. Creamery ; 
flour mill. Hunting and fishing resort. Pine timber. Dairy, stock, poultry, 
grain farms. 

Herald-f Thursday Independent 1885 7 24 280 8.00 51,300 

R. G. Lyttle. Editor and Publisher. 

MONTE VISTA (G7%), pop. 8.272; Rio Grande Co. (S). 95 m SW of Pueblo. SLC; 
D&RGW RRs. Airline, PAL. Flour mill ; machine shops ; apiary. Dude ranches. 
Gold, silver mines ; spruce, pine timber. Diversified farming. Potatoes. 

Journal -f Friday Independent 1888 7 24 280 8.00 52,164 

Lonnie Pippin, Editor and Publisher. 

MONTROSEf (D5%), pop. 4,964; Montrose Co. (W). 69 m SE of Grand Junction. 
D&RGW RR. Airline, FAL. Meat packing plants; flour mill; creamery; apiary. 
Agriculture. Potatoes, sugar beets. 



Comic strip advertising accepted. 

Horace Campbell, Editor; Press Publishing Co., 488 Main St. 



Circulation **Sept. A B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit} 
5P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisbtr's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. Nonparefl 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCminty seat. Pormlttlon 1950 Census. xRand McNatty 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription Included in membership fee. 

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NUCLA (B6), pop. 467; Montrose Co. (SW). 40 m SW of Mont rose. Railroad station, 
Ridgway. D&RGW RR. Bank, Ouray. Uranium mine. Potatoes. 

Forum Friday Independent 1953 5 28 102 8.00 

John 8. Gilmore, Editor and Publisher. 

OLATHE (D5%), pop. 810; Montrose Co. (W). 48 m SE of Grand Junction. D&RGW 
RR. Shipping center. Diversified farming. Potatoes, onions, livestock. 

Criterion Friday Independent 1905 5 24 210 2.50 

Ray Thorndyke, Editor and Publisher. 

ORDWAYf (M6), pop. 1,290; Crowley Co. (SE). 48 m E of Pueblo. MP RR. Alfalfa 
meal mill. Agriculture. Livestock, cantaloupes, sugar beets, alfalfa, turkeys. 

New Era -f Thursday Independent 1902 7 24 276 3.00 

Dan C. Minnick, Editor and Publisher. 

OTIS (O2). pop. 632; Washington Co. (NE). 100 m SE of Greeley. CB&Q RR. Grain, 
stock, dairy, poultry farms. Corn, wheat, beans. 



7 24 280 2.50 



Independent Thursday Independent 1911 

John W. Graves. Editor and Publisher. 

OURAYf (D6%). pop. 1,089; Ouray Co. (SW). 85 m SE of Grand Junction. Railroad 
station, Ridgeway. D&RGW RR. Gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, uranium mines ; 
hot mineral springs. Dude ranches. Diversified farming. Grain, hay, potatoes. 

Ouray County Herald -f Thursday Independent 1884 5 24 224 2.50 

Richard C. Burnham, Editor and Publisher. 

PAGOSA SPRINGSf (E8), pop. 1,379; Archuleta Co. (S). On Rio de San Juan, 45 m E 
of Durango. Rio Grande Motor Way. Hot springs. Lumber. Stock, grain, poultry 
farms. Hay, grain. 

Sun-f- Thursday Independent 1910 8 24 280 8.00 

Glen Edmonds, Editor and Publisher. 

PALISADE (C4), pop. 861; Mesa Co. (W). 15 m E of Grand Junction. D&RGW RR. 
Sack factory. Coal mines. Fruit farms. Peaches. 

Tribune -f Friday Independent 1903 5 24 203 2.50 

William H. Lorenzen, Editor and Publisher. 

PALMER LAKE (J4%), pop. X263; El Paso Co. (C). 20 m N of Colorado Springs. 

AT&SF; D&RGW RRs. Banking town Colorado Springs. Rabbit and truck farms. 
American Angora News Bi-monthly Rabbit Brecd'g.. 1945 4 24 140 1.00 

Donald C. Phillips, Editor; American Angora Rabbit Breeders Cooperative, Pub. 
Columbine Herald-f Weekly Independent 1956 5 24 228 3.00 

Stanley R. Johnson, Editor; Columbine Herald Printing and Publishing Co., Pub. 

PAONIA (D5), pop. 1,257; Delta Co. (W). 55 m SE of Grand Junction. D&RGW RR. 
Coal mine. Ships fruit. Fruit, dairy, poultry farms. 



Clrt 



1,080 



5641 



81,158 



638 



5735 



5993 



641 



*300 



Paonian + Thursday Independent 1904 

Robt. F. Symmonds, Editor and Publisher. 



6 24 276 3.00 



22 
22 



300 12.00**21,269 
800 12.00 **20,120 



PLATTEVILLE (K2), pop. 670; Weld Co. (N). 16 m S of Greeley. UP RR. Bank, 
Fort Lupton. Dairy, stock, truck, grain, poultry farms. Sugar beets. 

Herald-f Friday Independent 1908 6 26 280 2.50 

James P. and Idella M. Noel, Editors and Publishers, 317 Marion Ave. 

PUEBLOf (K6), pop. 68,686 ; Pueblo Co. (SEC). On Arkansas River, 112 m S of Denver. 
C&S; AT&SF; D&RGW; MP RRs. Airlines: CAL; FAL. 

Clay pits; stone quarries; coal mines. TV station. Manufactures iron, steel, 
aluminum products, automotive pistons, storm sashes, windows, doors, auto 
trailers, brick, tile, brooms, plumbing supplies, tents, mattresses, lumber, paint, 
compressed and liquified gases, caskets, saddlery, dairy products; meat packing 
plants; bottling works; brewery; mineral insulation. Hatchery; nursery. Four 
banks; bank deposits (6-1-58), $83,295,328. 47,694 electric (AC) meters; 
25,548 gas (nat.) meters; 36,279 telephones. 

f Chief tain -f Morn.ex.Sun... Independent .1872 

I Star- Journal -f Evg. ex. Sun. ..Independent 1901 

{ Color and comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. 

Star-Journal and Chief tain 4-. Sunday Independent 1933 

Frank S. Hoag, Jr., Publisher. 

Colorado Tribune -f Saturday Independent 1927 

John R. Mac Lean, Editor and Publisher, 111 East 4th St. 

Southern Colorado Register -f Friday Catholic 1945 _ __ 

Msgr. Patrick S tauter, Editor; Catholic Press Society, Inc., Publisher, 

1426 Grand. 
Star-Journal See Chieftain. 

Western Ideal -f (Negro) Friday Independent 1928 6 26 238 

M. O. Seymour, Publisher, 100 W. First St. 

RANGELY (B2%), pop. 808; Rio Blanco Co. (NW). On White River, 70 m N of 
Grand Junction. Bank and railroad station, Craig. D&RGW RR. Oil refinery. 
Natural gas and oil wells. Grain, stock, dairy farms. 

Times (offset) Thursday Independent 1949 6 24 224 8.50 

Carolyn Davidson, Editor; B. F. Yaeger, Publisher. 

RIFLE (D3H), pop. 1,525; Garfleld Co. (W). 55 m NE of Grand Junction. D&RGW 
RR. Uranium mine; dairy, apiary. Pine, spruce timber. Oil, gas well*. Diversified 



920 



795 



i 



8 22 800 6.00*^39,404 



4 26 196 2.00 
8 23 294 3.00 



2.00 



51,450 
*12,681 



5641 



farming:. Livestock, sugar beets, hay, potatoes. 

Telegram -f Thursday Independent .1891 

K. C. Loomis, Editor and Publisher. 



9 22 287 2.50 $1.563 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C Statement; *Jvme and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold fac, sworn; tPublisher'i Report: Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to Inch. tCounty aeat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNaUr 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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"" Estab ColsO Width V Depth Sub Clrc 

ROCKY FORD <M6%), pop. 4,087; Otero Co. (SE). On Arkansas River, 53 m SE of 
Pueblo. AT&SF RR. Airport. Manufactures beet sugar, canned vegetables, 
creamery products, brooms, pumps. Bottling works; apiary. Agriculture. Seed 
raised. Sugar beets, cantaloups, onions, cattle poultry, celery. 

Gazette-f {l^u'n*' S&t * ^dependent 1900 8 24 294 7.50 2,231 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 
Ross Thompson, Publisher. 

SAGUACHEf (G6%), pop. 1,024; Saguache Co. (SWC). 90 m SW of Pueblo. Railroad 
station, Salida. D&RGW RR. Airport. Gold, silver, copper, lead mines. Stock farms. 

Crescent -f- Thursday Independent 1879 6 26 280 2.50 6OO 

Mrs. R. I. Coombs, Editor; R. I. Coombs, Publisher. 

SALIDAf (H5%), pop. 4,553; Chaffee Co. (C). 75 m NW of Pueblo. D&RGW RR. 
Airport. Railroad division point and shops. Granite finishing, bottling, sheet metal 
works. Lime rock, fluorspar mines, granite. Timber, dairy, truck, poultry, 
grain farms. 

{Mountain Mail {j^^** Sat ' Independent 1880 8 24 294 7.50 1,923 
Comic strip advertising accepted. 
Record Wednesday Independent 1882 8 24 294 3.00 249 

George E. Oyler, Editor and Publisher. 

SAN LUISf (J8), pop. 1,239; Costilla Co. (S). 85 m SW of Pueblo. Railroad station, 
San Acacio. SLVS RR. Bank, Alamosa. Roller mill. Yellow pine, red spruce 
timber. Truck farms. Cauliflower, cabbage, lettuce. 

Costilla County Free Press + IE, ., , , , . into K OA I&R o ni\ 

(Span & Eng ) /Friday Independent 1948 5 24 196 2.00 

Alfonso J. La Combe, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 116. 

SILVERTONf (D7), pop. 1,375; San Juan Co. (SW). 100 m S of Grand Junction. 
D&RGW RR. Bank, Durango. Lead, silver, gold, copper mines. 

Standard and The Miner -f Friday Mining & Ind 1874 6 26 280 2.50 1,025 

Ross C. Beaber, Publisher. 

SIMLA (L4), pop. 424; Elbert Co. (EC). 50 m NE of Colorado Springs. CRI&P RR. 
Bank, Calhan. Elevator. Grain, stock, poultry, dairy farms. Wheat, corn, beans. 

Pike View Farmer + Thursday Independent 1904 5 24 224 3.00 1,012 

Percy A. Conarroe, Editor and Publisher. 

SPRINGFIELDf (O7%), pop. 2,041; Baca Co. (SE). 50 m S of Lamar. AT&SF RR. 
Stock, dairy, grain farms. Broom corn, wheat, maze. 

Plainsman-Herald -f Thursday Independent 1887 6 24 252 3.00 

Melvin B. Stults, Editor and Publisher. 

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSf <F1%). pop. 1,913; Routt Co. (NW). 170 m NW of Denver. 
D&RGW RR. Flour, planing mills ; creamery. Tourist resort. Mineral springs ; coal 
mines. Dairy, stock, poultry, grain farms. 

Steamboat Pilot -h Thursday Ind. Dem 1885 8 24 301 3.00 2,245 

M. W. Leckenby, Editor and Publisher. 

STERLINGf (NIH), pop. 7,534; Logan Co. (NE). 80 m NE of Greeley. UP; CB&Q 

RRs. Airport. Manufactures sugar, creamery products. Alfalfa dehydrating. 

Bottling works; hatchery. Diversified farming. Sugar beets, wheat, corn. 
High Plains Farmer Wednesday Ind. Agric 1900 8 24 280 2.00 2,785 

Robert H. McCaffree, Publisher, 512 N. 3rd St. 
Journal- Advocate -f- Evg. ex. Sun. ..Independent 1910 8 24 280 10.00 **6,O59 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Robert Petteys, Editor; Advocate Publishing Company, Inc. 

STRASBURG (L8), pop. X439; Arapahoe Co. (NEC). 37 m E of Denver. UP RR. Dairy, 
grain, poultry farms. Beans. 

Eastern Colorado News + Thursday Independent 1916 7 24 276 2.00 679 

Frank L. Hunter, Editor and Publisher. 

STRATTON (O4), pop. 720; Kit Carson Co. (E). 150 m SE of Denver. CRI&P RR. 
Stock, poultry, grain farms. Corn, wheat barley. 

Press-f Thursday Independent 1908 6 26 280 2.00 956 

Roy E. Herburger, Editor and Publisher. 

TELLURIDEf (D6%), pop. 1,101; San Miguel Co. (SW). 87 m SE of Grand Junction. 
Railroad, Ridgeway. D&RGW RR. Bank, Montrose. Timber. Tourist resort. Gold, 
silver, lead mines. Dairy, stock farms. 

San Miguel Forum Thursday Independent 1941 6 24 280 3.00 481 

John S. and Pat Gilmore, Editors and Publishers. 

THORNTON (K3%), pop. X6.600 (branch of Denver P. O.) ; Adams Co. (NC). Adjoins 

Denver on the NE, nearest railroad station. Residential. 
Adams Record -f Thursday Independent 1958 5 23 222 7,475 Free 

Harrison F. Hill, Editor; Gordon L. Davis, Publisher, 8623 North Washington. 
Tribune-f Thursday Independent 1954 5 22 224 3.00 3,022 

El Roy Fitz Senry, Editor and Publisher. 

TRINIDADf (L8), pop. 12,204; Lag Anhnas Co. (SE). On Purgatory River, 85 m SW 
of La Junta. D&RGW ; AT&SF; C&S RRs. Coal mines. Manufactures butter, beer, 
candy, sausage. Bottling works. Pine, aspen timber. Dairy farms. Sugar beets, 
pinto beans, barley, oats. 

Chronicle-News -h Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1877 8 24 288 12.60 **4,281 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 
Bill Bloom, Editor and Publisher. 

OradftUoa-HHrSeot. A. B.C. Statement; *Jtme and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, worn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate linea. 14 to inch. tCounty teat. Population 1950 Census. xRtnd McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fee. 

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WALDENf (Gl), pop. 696; Jackson Co. (N). 06 m SW of Laramie, Wyo. UP RR. 
Airport. Coal mines; oil and gas fields. Lumber mills; carbon dioxide plant. 
Stock farms. Hay. 

Jackson County Star 4- Thursday Independent 1909 6 24 280 2.50 

Wm. R. Davis, Editor and Publisher. 

WALSENBURGf (K7%), pop. 6,596; Huerfano Co. (S). 50 m S of Pueblo. D&RGW 
RR. Flour mill ; meat packing plant ; creamery. Coal mines ; timber. Stock, poultry, 
grain farms. 

Huerfano World -f Friday Independent 1908 8 23 284 4.50 

John Dinise and George Zanon, Publishers. 

WESTCLIFFEt (J6), pop. 890; Custer Co. (SC). 62 m W of Pueblo, nearest banking 
town. Railroad, Texas Creek. D&RGW RR. Silver, lead mines Creamery. Stock 
farms. Hay, grain, cattle. 

Wet Mountain Tribune + Friday Independent 1883 7 24 266 800 

Joe Payton, Editor and Publisher, Drawer L. 

WESTMINSTER (J3), pop. 1,686; Adams Co. (NEC). 5 m NW of Denver, nearest 
bank. C&S RR. Agriculture. 

Journal-f Thursday Independent 1947 7 23 210 2.00 

Marshall C. Howe, Publisher. 

WINDSOR (Kl%), pop. 1,548; Weld Co. (N). 12 m W of Greeley. GW; C&S RRs. 
Sugar refinery. Livestock. Diversified farming. Sugar beets, hay, grain. 



Beacon + Thursday Independent 1898 

Blair Macy, Publisher. 



7 24 276 2.50 



Circ 



$724 



1,654 



S510 



52,465 



875 



WRAYf (P2%). pop. 2,198; Yuma Co. (NE). 135 m SE of Greeley. CB&Q RR. 
Elevators; hatchery; creamery Grain farms. Wheat, corn, sorghums. 

Gazette-f Thursday Ind. Rep 1903 7 24 280 3.00 2,403 

Roscoe Bullard, Editor; John W. Graves and Roscoe Bullard, Publishers. 

YUMA (O2), pop. 1,908; Yuma Co. (NE). 45 m SE of Sterling. CB&Q RR. Flour mill; 
hatchery. Grain, dairy, stock, poultry farms. Corn, wheat, cattle. 

Pioneer -f Thursday Republican 1887 8 24 308 3.50 1,786 

Leo Chance, Editor and Publisher. 

Circulation A- * Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
{P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. <S> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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CONNECTICUT 

Population 2,007,280 (U. S. Census, 1950) 
State Capital, HARTFORD 

Connecticut is bounded on the north by Massachusetts, east by Rhode Island, south by Long 
Island Sound and west by New York. The average length from east to west is 86 miles ; average 
breadth, 55 miles. The total land area is 4,899 square miles. 

The eastern part of the state has many ridges of low hills with fertile valleys. The Connecticut 
River valley, at a distance from the Sound, is very fertile. In the south the land is broken and the 
soil sandy, but when well fertilized yields good crops. The valleys of the Connecticut and Housa- 
tonic Rivers are immensely productive, the former especially so in cigar leaf tobacco. In the 
west the surface is rough and the hills are abrupt, rising to an altitude of nearly 2,000 feet. The 
state has an unusual water supply for industrial uses. The Weather Bureau at Hartford gives the 
temperature (annual monthly mean) as 49.7; highest on record, 101; lowest on record, 18. 
Total annual precipitation, 44.90 inches. 

The State of Connecticut is noted for its manufacturing industries. Its capital city, Hartford, 
is noted for the extent and variety of its insurance interests. There are hundreds of beautiful 
country homes of New York and other city people in the state, especially in the western part. 
The state has many fine educational institutions, including Yale University at New Haven, 
founded in 1701. The Connecticut River is open to navigation from its mouth to Hartford. 

POPULATION 

Rank among the states (1950), twenty-eighth. Urban population (1950), 77.8%. In 1950, of 
the 2,007,280 total population, 1,952,327 were white; 54,953 were non-white. 

AGRICULTURE 

Number of farms (1950), 16,615. Farm acreage. 1,272,352. Average acreage per farm, 81.5. 
Average value per farm, $20,011. Farms selling products over $10,000 in value, 3,220. 

Cash receipts from farm marketings (1957): crops, $54,583,000; livestock and products (in- 
cludes meat animals, dairy products, poultry and eggs), $108,246,000. 

Value of sales of chief crops (1957): tobacco (value of production), $20,746,000; potatoes. 
$3,502,000; hay, $892,000; corn, $26,000. 

Value of sales of fruits (noncitrus) (1957): apples, $2,734,000; peaches, $165,000; pears, 
$151,000, rank, tenth; strawberries (value of production), $497,000. 

Farm value of animals on farms (1-1-58) : all cattle and calves, $30,560,000; horses and mules. 
$590,000; hogs and pigs, $526,000; all sheep and lambs, $168,000, 

^JH 000 ^ 18 from Doultry (1957): eggs, $26,191,000; chickens (farm and commercial broil- 
ers), $23,516,000; turkeys, $1,769,000. 

Cash receipts from dairy products (1957) : all milk and cream, $46,033,000. Total milk produc- 
tion on farms, 740,000,000 Ibs. Dairy products (1957) : creamed cottage cheese, 1,513,000 IDS.: 
ice cream, 8,792,000 gallons. 

FISHERIES 

Total catch (1956), 18,195,000 Ibs.; $991,000 value. Principal fish: oysters, flounders, lobsters, 

FORESTS 

Total forest production (1947), 20.306 M. feet, b.m. Principal woods: oak, white pine, hemlock, 
maple, cottonwood and aspen, birch, yellow poplar, beech, eastern cedar, ash, southern yellow 
pine, basswood. 

MANUFACTURES 

Statistics for 1954: value added by manufacture, $2,868,312,000. Leading industry groups: 
machinery (except electrical), transportation equipment, fabricated metal products. Total expen- 
ditures for new plant and new equipment, $131,651,000. *yu 

Final figures for value added by manufacture in each of the leading industry groups are avail- 
able through Superintendent of Documents. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

MINERALS 

Value (1963), $7,716,998. Principal mineral products in order of value: stone, sand and 
gravel, Jime, clays. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

H 1 ^ 001 "* (1-1-58), 1,140,900. Motor vehicles registered (Sept. 1958, est.), 1,021 - 
P 8t <1 967 > 274 - Number of retail stores (1964), 25,700; sales, *2,61S,- 



244,000. 



LIST OF COUNTIES 

Total number of counties 8 

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CONNECTICUT NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL STATISTICS 

Newspapers Periodicals 

Period of Issue Number Period of Issue Number 

Daily 25 Daily 2 

Evening dailies (19) Semi-weekly 1 

Morning dailies (6) Weekly 10 

Daily, with Sunday edition (5) rortmghtly 2 

Semi-weekly 2 Monthly 40 

Weekly 56 Bi-monthly 71 

Free or partly free circ. wklies (4) Quarterly 17 

Fortnightly 1 Four times a year 1 

Four times during college year 2 

Total Newspapers 84 Six times during year 3 

Eight times during college yr.. 1 

Eight times a year 2 

Five ti. dur. college yr 1 

11 ti. a year 1 

20 times during college year.... 1 

Six ti. dur. college yr 2 

Total Periodicals 157 

Total number of publications 241 

County seats (indicated by t) having publications 10 

Total number of towns having publications 76 

For circulation figure* for daily papers see also Daily Newspaper List in back of Directory. Occasionally it is 
possible to incorporate a later figure in that list. 



Estab Co IsO Width V Depth Sub Circ 

ANSONIA (C3), pop. 18,706; New Haven Co. (S). On Naugatuck River, 10 m NW of 
New Haven. Conn. Route 115. NYNH&H RR. Manufactures brass, copper, 
bronze products, elastic webbing, electrical supplies, foundry and screw machine 
products, insulated wire, machinery and machine tools, sheet metal specialties, 
sponge rubber, plastics. 

Connecticut Purchaser Monthly {Agents* 8 '* 1927 3 26 14 x 1>451 

See also Associated Purchasing Publications, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Fred A. Harvey, Editor; Purchasing Agent's Assn. of Conn., Pub., P. O. Box 229. 
Sentinel-f- Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Rep 1871 8 24 294 21. 84^*13^854 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

C. H. Flynn, Editor; Emerson Bros., Inc., Publisher, 241 Main St. 

BRANFORD (D3%), pop. 10,944; New Haven Co. (S). 8 m SE of New Haven. U. S. 
Route 1. NYNH&H RR. Manufactures malleable iron fittings, wire, shirts, 
furnaces, boats, crucible steel, screens. Shore resort. Agriculture. 

Physical Culture + Bi-monthly Health 1893 2 40 136 2.00 12,500 

Felix May, Editor and Publisher. Controlled free dist 2,500 

BRIDGEPORT! (C4), pop. 158,709; Fairfield Co. (SW). Port of entry on Long Island 
Sound, 56 m NE of New York. NYNH&H RR. Airline, AA. University of Bridge- 
port, Fairfield University. TV station. 

Manufactures electrical appliances, ammunition, firearms, airplane engines, 
jet engine components, cutlery, brake linings, typewriters, adding machines, 
machine tools, sewing machines, helicopters, airplane and aircraft accessories, 
corsets, hardware, machinery, brass, steel, asbestos products records, valves 
and fittings, textiles. Nine banks; bank clearings (1957), $798,595,924; deposits 
(1957), $422,552,661. 52,745 electric meters; 53,328 gas (nat.) meters; 131,442 
telephones. 

A "(no C advy. !:.I h ! JQuarterly Frat. Insur 1919 f ? }|{ * 6 ' 000 

Stephen L. Segedy, Editor; American Life Insurance Assn., Publisher, 

Box A, Barnum Sta. (5). 
Connecticut Jewish Ledger See Hartford. 

Fairfield County Press (Negro) See Westchester County Press, Hastings-on- 
Hudson. N. Y. 

Herald -f- Sunday Independent 1879 5 24 21010.00 *78,072 

Color advertising accepted. 

Leigh Danenberg, Publisher, 299 Lafayette St. (9). 

i p , fEvg. ex. Sun. IndeT)cndc _ t 1883 9 22 280 26.00 **79,349 
Post + ISun. Morn, ^dependent Sunday circ. **7,31 

Telegram-f Morn.ex.Sun... Independent 1891 9 22 280 15.00*^13,442 
Comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. 
Post Publishing Co., 410 State St. (2). 

Scribe. Th.+ V Thursday CoH^ate 19S 

Students of University of Bridgeport, Publishers, 219 Park Ave. (4). 

BRISTOL (D2), pop. 85,961; Hartford Co. (N). 18 ra SW of Hartford. NYNH&H RR. 
Manufactures ball bearings, springs, clocks, watches, timing devices, chemi- 
cals, thermometers, metal shapes, electrical resistance coils, variable trans- 
formers, electronic devices, electrical component parts, brass and aluminum 
forgings, sheet metal, jet engine parts, wire rods, glass cutters, paper boxes, 
dairy, screw machine products, bicycle coaster brakes, sports equipment, textiles, 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
5P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. ^Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallj 
estimate. V Iucd only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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BRISTOL (Continued) Estab Col $O Width 7 Depth Sub Circ 

cutlery. Magazine and book publishers. Five banks; bank clearings (9-22-58)* 
$795,632; deposits (7-1-58), $64,749,354. 14,429 electric (AC) meters; 7,224 
gas meters; 16,090 telephones. 

Press-}- JBvg. ex. Sun...Ind. Rep 1871 8 22 297 15.00^*13,700 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

C. S. Barnes, Editor; Bristol Press Publishing Co., 99 Main St. 

BROOKFIELD (B2%), pop. 1,688; Fairfield Co. (SW). 23 m NW of Bridgeport. 
NYNH&H RR. Bank town, Danbury. Manufactures metal stampings, industrial 
electrical equipment. Dairy, poultry, truck farms. 

Journal-!- Friday Independent 1957 8 24 287 4.00 960 

Richard E. Gallagher, Editor; Timea Publishing Co., Inc., Publishers, Route 7. 

CANAAN (Bft), Pop. 1.189; Litchfield Co. (NW). 35 m NW of Waterbury. NYNH&H 
RR. Magnesium refinery. Manufactures limestone products, cosmetics, fish lures. 
Poultry, dairy farms. 

Connecticut Western News -h- Thursday Independent 1871 7 26 287 4.00 

Clare T. Grannon, Editor and Publisher. 

CHESHIRE (D2%). pop. 1,826; New Haven Co. (S). 8 m SE of Waterbury. NYNH&H 
RR. Manufactures stamped and pressed metals, wood products, machine tool 
accessories. Fruit, dairy, poultry farms. 

Herald-f- Thursday Independent 1953 5 24 224 3.00 

Howard D. and Ruth C. True, Publishers, 1036 South Main St. 

CLINTON (E3%), pop. 2,466; Middlesex Co. (S). On Long Island Sound, 25 m E of 
New Haven. NYNH&H RR. Manufactures cosmetics, boats, plastics, lamps. 
Summer resort. 

Recorder-f Friday Independent 1895 5 26 224 8.00 

Mrs. Gwendolyn Glynn, Editor; Shore Line Times Publishing Co., Inc. 

COLCHESTER (F2) pop. 1,522; New London Co. (SO. 23 m W of Hartford. NYNH&H 
RR. Leather goods manufactured. Residential. Poultry farms. 

Colchester Citizen -f Friday Independent 1950 8 24 280 2.50 

Curtiss Johnson Publications, Inc., Publisher, 160 Main St., Deep River. 

COS COB (A4%), pop. ; Fairfield Co. (SW). 2 m NE of Greenwich. NYNH&H RR. 

Printing and publishing house. Manufactures boats and sails. Marine engines, 
foundry products. 

[Woodwork'g 

Industrial Woodworking Monthly {& Wood 

I Fabricat'g 
Cleworth Publishing Co., Inc., 1 River Road. 

f Maintenance 

Maintenance Monthly { & Operat'g 

(Engineers 
Thomas Trail, Editor; Cleworth Publishing Co., Inc., 1 



1949 3 



1951 3 



39 140 3.00 
Controlled circ. 



39 140 3.00 
Controlled circ. 



2,827 



2,010 



1,650 



870 



>3O,191 



>50,171 



River Road. 
1953 3 39 140 8.00 

Controlled circ. VAC 11352 



>32,814 



Modern Pattern Making Bi-monthly | p^tt 

George W. Rhine, Editor; Cleworth Publishing Co., Inc., 1 River Road. 
Plastics World Monthly Plastics 1943 8 controlled ci?c 

Ralph Maultsby, Mgn. Editor; Cleworth Publishing Co., Inc., 1 River Road. 

nd ! .., ( ow * rlin t. 1956 8 40 142 8.00 
/Monthly jGonstru^tmr^ Controlled circ. VAC 26,203 

Also provides B.P.A. controlled circ. >28,203. 

C. Wm. Cleworth, Editor; Cleworth Publishing Co., Inc., 1 River Road. 

D ANBURY (B8), pop. 80,337; Fairfield Co. (SW). 21 m NW of Bridgeport. NYNH&H 
RR. Airport. State Teachers College ; State Trade School. 

Hat manufacturing center; surgical instruments and supplies, lighting fix- 
tures, electronic and railroad testing equipment, hat machinery, silverware, 
aluminum foil, aircraft parts, rubber tile, air conditioning equipment, steam 
generators, plastics, silk bands and ribbons, glue, shirts, ball and roller bear- 
ings, cardboard, fibre boxes manufactured. Five banks. Bank deposits (6-80- 
58), $89,636,795. 7,760 gas meters; 18,034 electric meters; 16,076 telephones. 
Lake resort. Dairy, poultry, truck farms. 

News-Times-f- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1837 8 23 297 21.00**18,203 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
James H. Ottaway, Editor and Publisher. 
ORS For the Operating ] 1950 1 60 112 

Room Supervisor and i Quarterly Nursing r,vf wii A <i fv<w& /iiuf iRrwin 

Nurse ( no adv ) I Control lea tree aist. io,uuu 

Mary V. Schwendeman, Editor; Surgical Products Division, American Cyanamid 
Co., Publisher. 

DANIELSON (HI), pop. 4,654; Windham Co. (NE). 26 m W of Providence, R. I. 
NYNH&H RR. Manufactures curtain cloth, cotton, wool, rayon goods, mill 
and loom supplies, buff wheels. Truck, dairy, poultry farms. 

Windham Co. Transcript -f... Thursday Ind. Rep 1848 8 24 301 4.00 **3,247 

A. R. J. Herklots, Editor; The Transcript Company, Publisher. 

DARIEN (B4), pop. 11,767; Fatrfleld Co. (SW). 6 m NE of Stamford. NYNH&H RR. 
Nurseries. Residential. 

Grade Teacher V Monthly Educational 1888 8 27 147 5.00 * 129,224 

Ton! Taylor, Editor; Educational Publishing Corp. 

Re view -f Thursday Independent 1896 8 24 287 7.60 **3,1(X8 

Richard J. Robertson, Publisher. 

Cfradatioo **Spt. A B.C. Statement; *Jtrae and March A. B.C. Statements; A.B.C, Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher* Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
cms. 12 to inch. V Agate line*. 14 to inch. tCotmty tfeat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNaflr 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSnbscription included in membership fee. 

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Estab Coli<J> Width V Depth Sub Cirt 

DEEP RIVER (F3), pop. 2,570; Middlesex Co. (S). On Connecticut River, 18 m S of 
Middletown. NYNH&H RR. Manufactures lace, soldering irons, health ray 
lamps, organ stops and keys, ignition coils. Poultry, truck farms. 
New Era-f ............................... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1874 8 23 280 4.00 4,108 

H. E. Josten, Editor; Curtiss 8. Johnson, Publisher, 160 Main St. 

DERBY (C3), pop. 10,259; New Haven Co. (S). 7 m W of New Haven. NYNH&H RR. 
Printing and publishing house. Manufactures tools and metal specialties, con- 

crete vaults and tanks, foundation garments, dairy equipment, awning and 

radiator repairs, key blanks, locksmith supplies and tools, screw machine prod- 

ucts and metal stampings, carburetors, organic chemicals, lumber and mason's 

supplies, covered wire and spiral boning, sponge rubber and hard products and 

airplane parts. 
Charlton Comics Group ........... Bi-monthly ..... Comics ............... 1945 3 26 126 1.20 $5,500,000 

Comprised of: Atom the Cat; Atomic Mouse; Atomic Bunny; Attack; Battlefield 
Action; Billy the Kid; Black Fury; Brides in Love; Cheyenne Kid; Fightin' 
Air Force; Ftehtin' Army; Fightin' Marines; Fightin' Navy; Freddy; First 
Kiss ; Hot Rods & Racing Cars ; I love You ; Just Married ; Kid Montana ; La 
La Rue; Li'l Genius; Li'l Rascal Twins; Li'l Tomboy; Love Diary; Masked 
Raider; My Little Margie; My Secret Life; Mysteries of Unexplored Worlds; 
Out of this World; Outer Space; Outlaws of The West; Rocky Lane; Rocky 
Lane's Blackjack ; Romantic Secrets ; Romantic Story ; Secrets of Love and 
Marriage; Secrets of Young Brides; Sheriff of Tombstone; Six Gun Heroes; 
Space Adventures ; Strange Suspense Stories ; Submarine Attack ; Sweetheart 
Diary; Sweethearts: Tales of the Mysterious Traveler; Teenage Love: Tex 
Ritter; Texas Rangers in Action; Timmy the Timid Ghost; Unusual Tales; 
U.S. Air Force; War at Sea; Maverick Marshall: Wild Bill Hickok and 
Jingles ; Wyatt Earp ; Pudgy Pig. Space sold in combination as a group. 

Charlton Comics Group, Publisher, Charlton BIdg. 
Charlton Expose Group ........... Bi-monthly ..... Pers'ty topics. ...1953 3 27 143 1.50 400,000 

Comprised of: Hush Hush; Top Secret. 

Top Secret Magazine Inc., Publisher, Charlton Bldg. 
Country Song Roundup Group. 6 ti. a yr .......... Hillybilly Musicl947 8 27 143 1.50 $200,000 

Comprised of: Country Song Roundup; Folk and Country Songs. Space sold in 
combination as a group. 

Norman Silver, Editor; American Folk Publications, Inc., Charlton Bldg. 
Cowboy Songs ......................... 6 ti. a yr .......... Music ................. 1947 8 27 143 1.50 $50,000 

Norman Silver, Editor; Burton N. Levey, Publisher, Charlton Bldg. 

Escapade ................................... Bi-monthly ..... {fj^e'* 1955 3 28 140 3.00 *257,480 

Douglas Allen, Editor; Bruce Publishing Corp., Division St. 
Hit Parader Combination ....... Monthly ......... { popular Songs 1942 3 27 143 3 - * 424 34S 

Comprised of: Hit Parader, circ. *237,050; Song Hits, circ. *187,29S. Space 
sold in combination as a group. 

Norman Silver, Editor; Charlton Publishing Corp., Charlton Bldg. 
Rhythm and Blues Group ....... Bi-monthly ..... Music ................. 1952 3 27 143 1.50 $100,000 

Comprised of : Rhythm and Blues ; Rock and Roll Songs. 

Onyx Publishing Co.. Publisher, Charlton Bldg. 

EAST HAMPTON (E2). pop. 4,000; Middlesex Co. (S). On Lake Pocotopang, 9 m E 
of Middletown. NYNH&H RR. Manufactures bells, toys, thread, fish lines and 
nets, paper boxes, tools, dies. Summer resort. Dairy, poultry, fruit farms. 
News-f ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1932 5 23 210 3.00 1,378 

Harold A. Sandstrom, Editor; Curtiss Johnson Publications. 

EAST HARTFORD (El), branch of Hartford P. O., pop. 29,933; Hartford Co. (N). 
2 m E of Hartford. NYNH&H RR. Airport. Manufactures airplane propellers 
and engines, tissue and writing paper, stamping devices, furniture, confectionery, 
pickles. Railroad shops; bottling works. Four banks. 12,934 electric meters; 
6,545 gas meters; 11,608 telephones. Dairy, stock, poultry farms. Tobacco. 
Gazette -f ................................. Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1885 8 24 294 3.00 3,017 

J. W. McLean, Editor; West Hartford Publishing Co. 

FAIRFIELD (B4), pop. 80,489; Fairfleld Co. (SW). 4 m SE of Bridgeport. NYNH&H 
RR. Manufactures batteries, chemicals, drugs, roller bearings, auto accessories, 
dog food, hardware, plastics, tools and dies, wire, guns, boilers. Bottling works. 
Five banks including branches. 12,322 electric meters; 5,300 gas meters; 15 272 
telephones. Resort. Fairfleld University (Cath. men). 
Falrfleld County Fair-4- ......... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1954 5 24 224 2.00 

Luis J. Villalon, Editor; Arthur W. Pearce, Publisher, 1160 Post Rd. 
Town Crier 4- ........................... Thurs. & Sun. .Independent ....... 1922 8 24 308 4.00 

Luis J. VHlalon, Editor; Fairfleld County Pub'ns, Inc., Publisher, 1150 Post Rd. 

FALLS VILLAGE (Bl), pop. X500; Litchfleld Co. (NW). 88 m NW of Hartford. 
NYNH&H RR. Gypsum products manufactured. Dairy, poultry, fruit farms. 



( ffset) {Quarterly ........ Gardening .......... 1949 2 24 98 2.50 

O. B. FostVrrEditorTiiurel Hill Press, Publisher. 

GLASTONBURY (E1H>. pop. 8.818; Hartford Co. (N). 10 m SE of Hartford, nearest 
railroad station. NYNH&H RR. Aluminum wire, tubing, fire extinguishers, toilet 
preparations pigskin leather manufactured. Nursery; hatchery. Poultry, vege- 
table. fruit farms. 
Citizen (offset) ....................... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1948 6 22 198 8.00 1 1,752 

Henry Hallas, Editor and Publisher, 165 Oak St. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; <AJune and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
IPO Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher** Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. Nonpatefl 
ems.' 12 to Inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. Vizard only during academic year. xSubscripticm included in membership fee. 

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GREENWICH (A4%). pop. 40,835; Fairneld Co. (SW). 28 m NE of New York. 
NYNH&H RR. Several private schools. 

Printing and publishing houses; engineering research; vacuum cleaners, 
marine engines, felt manufactured. Five banks; bank deposits (1-1-58), 
$221,462,414. Residential. 

Ca tratlJn PrOPerty Admini8 ".l Bi ' monthly Cath. Prop'ty 1936 2 42 140 2.00 > 29 ,949 

E. L. Spencer, Editor; Administrative Publishing Co., 20 W. Putnam Ave. 

Management Methods Monthly {Mgmt.Serv. 1951 4 26 14 6 ' 00 

l& Equip. 

Richard Conarroe, Editor; Management Magazines, Inc., 
Publisher. 22 W. Putnam Ave. 

School Management Monthly . . School Mgmt 1957 8 ^ n 

Jerome W. Harris, Editor; School Management Magazines, Inc., Publisher, 
22 West Putnam Ave. 



Controlled circ. >50,481 



>5O>650 



Time-f- ...................................... & V |un X ' &t ' Ind> Rep ............. 1879 8 22 301 18 ' 00 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
GilJespie Bros., Publisher, 20 E. Elm St. 

GROTON (G3), branch of New London P. O., pop. 7,036; New London Co. (SE). On 
Thames River opposite New London. NYNH&H RR. Summer resort. Chrome 
plating plant. Manufactures thread, chemicals, submarines, steel castings. 
Life-f ....................................... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1952 5 23 224 2.00 



Space sold in comb, with New London Life. 

George E. MacDougall, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 216. 



$985 



J500 Free 



GUILFORD (E3), pop. 6,092; New Haven Co. (S). On Long Island Sound, 15 m E of 
New Haven. NYNH&H RR. Manufactures flexible tubing, ferrous and non- 
ferrous metals, tracing and reproduction cloths, honing stones, boats. Oyster, 
lobster fisheries. Summer resort. Agriculture. Roses, poultry, apples. 

Shore Line Times + Thursday Independent 1877 5 24 224 3.00**3,312 

H. Philip Dudley* Editor; Shore Line Times Publishing Company. 

HAMDEN (D3), pop. 29,715; New Haven Co. (S). 6 m N of New Haven. Railroad 
station, Mount Carmel. NYNH&H RR. 

Manufactures industrial machinery, precision tools, machine tools, paper prod- 
ucts, communication equipment, cutlery, screw machine products, sewing machine 
parts, wood products, ceramics, automatic pistols, metal store fronts, structural 
steel fabricators, buckles, plastics, power transmission equipment, precision 
aircraft parts, dog medicines; steel rolling mill. Bank deposits (6-31-58), $35,- 
633,677. 12,885 electric meters; 8,001 gas meters; 18,815 telephones. 

Chronicle-f Thursday Independent 1946 8 24 294 3.84 2,907 

Charles Lenahan, Editor and Publisher, 3013 Dixwell Ave. 

HARTFORDf (El%), pop. 177,397; Hartford Co. (N). The State Capital. On Connecti- 
cut River, midway between Boston and New York. NYNH&H RR. Airlines: 
AA; EAL; NEA; UAL; TWA. Trinity College (men); St. Joseph College (wo- 
men) ; law, theological, insurance and private schools. 

Insurance and retail trading: center. Home of 38 insurance companies. Manu- 
factures typewriters, precision tools, brushes, revolvers dishwashing, glass mak- 
ing machines, power transmission chains, airplane engines and propellers, count- 
ing devices, nails, castinprs, electrical equipment, auto parts. Eijarht banks ; bank 
debits (12-31-57), $837,565,000; deposits (12-31-57), $1,144,375,148. 100,735 
residential electric meters; 42.799 residential gras (artif.) meters; 153,147 tele- 
phones. An important tobacco raising district. TV station. 



Quarterly ........ Journalism ........ 1957 2 24 101 x5.00 



t450 



8.00 $1,300 
1 1,900 Free 



3.50 68,564 



f 

j 

1 



Carl E. Lindstrom, Editor; New England Society of Newspaper Editors, 
Publisher, Box 1619. 

^ offset) (Ital. J Thureday Italian Int 1949 5 20 224 

V. S. Sequenzla, Editor; European Cultural Bureau, Publisher, 
742 Asylum Ave. 

Catholic Transcript -f Thursday Catholic 1898 8 24 294 . 

Rt. Rev. J. S. Kennedy, Editor; Roman Catholic Diocesan Corp., Publisher, 
785 Asylum Ave. 6). 

Connecticut Jewish Ledger-f Thursday Jewish In t 1929 8 23 280 8.00 

Also circulates In Bridgeport, New Haven, Conn, ; Sprinprfleld. Mass. 
Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman, Editor; Conn. Jewish Ledger Publications, Inc. 
179 Allyn St. (1). 

Connecticut Teacher -f V Monthly Educational 1933 3 26 140x1.50 

Lyndon U. Pratt, Ed.; Connecticut Education Assn., Publisher, 21 Oak St. (6). 

C Pt^f Ut Valley TV )Frid*y Television 1953 

raraae j 

Mrs. Helen Loy, Editor; R. S. Rase, Publisher, 79 Chapel St. 

Courant4- Every Morn...Republican .1764 8 22 800 15.60**1O4,7S 

Comic strip advertising accepted. Sunday circ. 13. 00** 145,527 

Herbert Bmcker, Editor; The Hartford Courant Co., Publisher, 285 Broad St. 

District Management* Bi-monthly /Mana^me^ 19 " Controlled free di2 S'so 

John L. Lobingler, Jr., Ed. Dir.; Life Insurance Agency Mgt. Assn., Publisher, 
855 Asylum Ave. (5). 



16,544 



2 26 105 5.00 



Circulation **Sept. AB.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
{P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher't Report; Light face, estimated. +Use* Mats. ^Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty ue*t. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fee. 

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HARTFORDf (Continued) Estab Cols* Width V Depth Sub Circ 

Hartford Automobiler+ Bi-monthly {Members** 1922 8 26 188 * 1 ' 00 * 28 500 

W. G. Robinson, Editor; Automobile Club of Hartford, Publisher, 
658 Farmington Ave. (5). 

fRelig. Review 

Muslim World -f Quarterly I Muslim & 1911 1 64 108 8.00 $820 

[Non-Muslim 

Kenneth Cragg, Editor; Hartford Sem'y Foundation, Publisher, 
66 Elizabeth St. (6). 

Times + Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Dem 1817 8 22 808 15.50**120,161 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

Ward E. Duffy, Editor; David R. Daniel, Publisher, 10 Prospect St. (1). 

Trinity Tripod -f V Monday Collegiate 1868 6 26 224 x4.00 1,800 

Students of Trinity College, Editors and Publishers. 

JEWETT CITY (H2), pop. 8,702; New London Co. (SE). 10 m NE of Norwich. 

NYNH&H RR. Bleaching, dyeing, rayon plants. Poultry, fruit, truck farms. 

Apples, hay, vegetables. 
Journal Press See Moosup. 
Star-f Thursday Independent 1953 5 24 217 2.00 2,520 

Star Publishing Co., Publisher, 82 Main St. 480 Free 

LAKEVILLE (Bl), pop. X764; Litchfleld Co. (NW). 26 m NW of Torrington. 

NYNH&H RR. Hotchkiss School. Summer resort. Dairy, poultry farms. 
Hotchkiss Record V 20 ti. a yr Collegiate 1893 5 26 185 6.00 $890 

Students of Hotchkiss School, Editors and Publishers. Controlled freodist. $450 

Journal-}- Thursday Independent 1897 8 23 280 5.00 *2,4O8 

Stewart Hoskins, Publisher. 

LITCHFIELDf (Cl%), pop. 4,964; Litchfleld Co. (NW). 6 m SW of Torrington. 

NYNH&H RR. Residential. Summer resort. Electrical equipment, aluminum 

furniture manufactured. Dairy, poultry, fruit farms. 
Enquirer-}- Thursday Independent 1826 8 24 290 4.00 1,664 

J. P. Donahue, Editor; Rudolph M. Hennick, Publisher. South St. 
Junior Citizen (no adv.) Monthly f Self Gov't 10nft An iaa 7K , Kft1 

Not issued during July and August. Uor Youths 1906 2 40 13S ' 75 1 ' 501 

Connecticut Junior Republican, Publisher. 

MADISON (E3%). pop. 1,226; New Haven Co. (S). 18 m E of New Haven. NYNH&H 

RR. Summer resort. Foundries. Insecticides, cleaning fluids manufactured. 
Game Fowl News llti.ayr (Game 100K o 1417 o nn 

A. C. Dingwall, Editor and Publisher. iChickens 1925 3 28 14T 8 ' 00 

MANCHESTER (El), pop. 84,116; Hartford Co. (N). 12 m E of Hartford. NYNH&H 
RR. Manufactures silk, rayon, paper, paper board, electrical instruments, soap, 
tools, reamers, friction clutches, reverse gears, parachutes. Nurseries. Dairy, 
tobacco farms. Three banks; deposits (June, 1958), $52,017,420. 14,266 electric 
meters; 5,949 gaa meters; 19,484 telephones. 

Herald-}- Evg. ex. Sun.. .Republican 1881 8 24 294 16.50**12,19S 

Alan H. Olmstead, Editor; T. and W. Ferguson, Publishers, 13 Bissell St. 

MERIDEN (D2), pop. 44,088; New Haven Co. (S). 20 m S of Hartford. NYNH&H 
RR. Airport. 

Silverware, ball bearings, machine screws, lamps, plastics, electrical fixtures 
and appliances, auto parts, oil filters, automatic tools, telephones, switchboard 
equipment, art goods, airplane accessories, china, glassware, hardware, cutlery 
manufactured. Seven banks; bank debits (5-80-58), $45,206,077; deposits 
(7-1-58), $82,044,178. 16,001 (residential) electric (AC) meters; 14,819 (resi- 
dential) gas (artif.) meters; 29,967 (residential) telephones. 

Independent Thursday Independent .. .. 1954 5 24 220 2.60 3,216 

Robert L. L'Heureux. Publisher, 6 Franklin St. 

Journal -f Evg. ex. Sun.. .Independent 1886 9 22 301 21.80 ^HHMJSl 

Record-f Morn.ex.Sun...Ind. Rep 1860 9 22 301 21.80**17,952 

Comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. 
Wayne C. Smith, Publisher, Crown and Perkins Sts. 

MIDDLETOWNf (E2). pop. 29,711: Middlesex Co. (S). On Connecticut River, 15 m S 
of Hartford. NYNH&H RR. Wesleyan University (men). 

Manufactures brake linings, automotive parts, chemicals, webbing, rubber foot- 
wear, marine and industrial hardware, leather gaskets, tools, dies, office supplies, 
corrugated cartons, packaging machines, cigars. Six banks; savings deposits 
(6-30-58), $79,164,313. 16,904 (residential) electric meters; 4,273 (residential) 
gras (artif.) meters; 22,448 telephones. Also a rich agricultural section. Tobacco, 
apples, dairy products. 
Bulletin-f (Eng. & Ital.) Friday Independent 1947 5 24 196 2.00 2,100 

B. Max Corvo, Editor; Cordon Press Publishing Company, 386 Washington St. 
Press-f Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1884 9 23 294 15.60**16,367 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Fred N. Smith, Editor; Middletown Press Publishing Company, 472 Main St. 
Wesleyan Argus -I- Tues. & Fri Collegiate 1868 5 24 208 8.00 J2,000 

Students of Wesleyan University, Editors and Publishers, Wesleyan Station. 
Wesleyan CardinalV 4 ti. a yr Coll. Literary 1926 2 42 126 2.00 

Wesleyan Cardinal Board, Publisher, Wesleyan Station. 



(n ! o y a<?v V"^' Alumnus ^}4 ti. a yr Coll. Alumni 1916 8 27 130 Free 9,800 

B. S. Patrick,' 'Edit or '/Wesleyan University, Publisher. 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPuhlisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. < Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to Inch. T Agate lines, 14 to incn. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallj 
estimate. VIt<l only during academic year. xSubscrtption included in membership lee. 

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MILFORD (C4), pop. 26.870; New Haven Co. (S). On Long Island Sound, m SW of 
New Haven. NYNH&H RR. 

Manufactures garters, suspenders, brass goods, rivets, metal novelties, screws 
and machine parts and tools, auto and marine hardware, thermostats, electric 
motors, electric razors, bomb director systems. Ships seeds. Summer resort. 
Dairy, poultry, truck farms. Farm and garden seeds. Five banks; deposits 
(August, 19*8), $27,911,000. 18,248 electric (AC) meters; 7,828 gas meters; 
16,550 telephones. 

{Citizen-}- Thursday Independent 1894 8 28 294 4.00 83,775 
Citizen -f Sunday Independent 1955 6 23 210 4.00 54,645 
J. Edward De Courcy, Editor; Alfred Stanford, Publisher, 117 Broad St. 

MOOSUP (H2). pop. 2,909; Windham Co. (NE). 18 m NE of Norwich. NYNH&H RR. 
Manufactures woolen and worsted cloth, compact and lipstick holders, plastics, 
metal furniture, rubber products. Poultry, dairy farms. 

Journal Press -f- Thursday Independent 1880 7 24 287 4.00 1,670 

Circulates also in Jewett City and Plainfleld. 

Dorothy S. Barber, Editor; Mrs. Francis Y. Brown, Publisher, Prospect St. 

MYSTIC (H8), pop. 2,266; New London Co. (SE). 7 m E of New London. NYNH&H RR. 
Boat yards and commercial fishing. Manufactures shoes, tar soap, velvet. 
Summer resort. Agriculture. Peaches, strawberries, apples. 

Compass Friday Independent 1966 5 23 212 2.00 954 

Duncan H. Fraser, Editor and Publisher. 

NAUGATUCK (C2%), pop. 17,455; New Haven Co. (S). 5 m S of Waterbury. 
NYNH&H RR. Manufactures rubber footwear, malleable iron castings, candy, 
chemicals 

News-f Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1885 8 24 29418.00 $5,142 

Joseph P. Donahue, Editor; Naugatuck News Company. Inc., Publisher. 

NEW BRITAIN (D2). pop. 78,726; Hartford Co. (N). 10 m SW of Hartford. NYNH&H 
RR. Teachers College. TV Station. 

Extensive manufacture of hardware. Tools of all kinds, electrical and house- 
hold appliances, bearings, dies, castings, cutlery, knit goods, fasteners, zippers, 
toys, buckles, automatic machines, men's shirts ; chucks and chucking machinery, 
boxes, valves also manufactured. Six banks; deposits (6-30-58), $120,407,084. 
23,470 (res.) electric (AC) meters; 23,004 gas (nat.) meters; 25.641 (res.) 
telephones. Trap rock quarries. 

Herald -f- Ev*. ex. Sun...Independent 1880 9 22 287 15.30 **29,530 

Robert C. Vance, Editor; Herald Publishing Company, 1 Herald Square. 

Przewodnik Katolicki-f- lnij- w m,.t~ *. T>^K IOAT T 09 OQA 9 an 9i <w> 
(Catholic Leader) (Polish) } Fnday Civic & Relig 1907 7 23 294 2.50 21,000 

Rev. Lucyan Bojnowski, Publisher, 480 N. Bruitt St. 

Recorder-fV Ftntly, Fri Collegiate 1983 5 24 196x1.50 1,600 

Students of Teachers College of Connecticut, Editors and Publishers. 

NEW CANAAN (B4), pop. 8,001; Fairfield Co. (SW). 5 m NW of Norwalk. NYNH&H 
RR. Residential. 

Advertiser-f Thursday Independent 1908 8 24 294 6.00 

Carlton Hill, Editor; Don Hers am, Publisher, 51 Elm St. 



**3,472 



Progressive Homeselling l R imonthlv W 

(Offset) ............................ jBi-monthly ..... j Sales 

James H. Mills, Editor and Publisher, 8 Forest St. 



3 29 140 4.00 
2 42 14Q 



NEW HAVENf (D3^), pop. 164,443; New Haven Co. (S). On Long Island Sound. 
74 m NE of New York. NYNH&H RR. Airlines: AA; EAL. Industrial center. 
Yale University (men) ; Divinity, Pharmacy, Physical Education and other col- 
leges ; private schools. TV station. 

Manufactures guns, ammunition, hardware, tools, rubber goods, toys, sewing 
machine attachments, lamps, clocks, watches, corsets, textiles, asbestos insulated 
wire, airplane parts, paper boxboard. Railroad shops, shipyard. Eleven banks; 
resources (6-30-58), $648.533,206; deposits (6-80-58), $571.323,686. 52,897 
electric (AC) meters; 77,047 gas (artif.) meters; 179,000 telephones. Trap rock 
quarries. Agriculture. 
American Journal of Science.. Monthly .......... Scientific ............ 1818 1 54 102 10.00 

John Rodgers and J. T. Gregory, Editor; Yale University, Publisher, 
502 Sterling Tower. 

Biblical Archaeologist ...... Quarterly ....... { Archaeology 1938 l 26 " xl ' BO 

Dr. G. Ernest Wright, Editor ; American Schools of Oriental Research, Publisher, 
Drawer 9 3 A, Yale Station. 



1.750 



^ ........ Arch.eoloy ...... mo 1 64 98 *2.00 

Prof. W. F. Albright, Editor; American Schools of Oriental Research, Publisher, 

Drawer 93A, Yale Station. 
Columbia ................................... Monthly .......... K. of C ............... 1921 8 42 140 2.00 

A.B.C. Statement not released at press time. 

John B. Donahue, Editor; Knights of Columbus, Publisher, Columbus Plaza. 

1929 8 27 150 1.00 
Columbian Squires -f- .............. .Monthly .......... Jr. K of C ........... 2 40 150 

Controlled free dist. 
William L. Piedmont, Editor; Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, Pub., 

P. O. Drawer 1670. 
Commercial Record -f ............. Friday ............. Real Est.&Bldg. 1882 4 80 189 24.00 

B. E. Callahan, Editor; Record Publishing Co.. 7 Whitney Ave. (10). 



17,200 
1.000 

4,320 



Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; |Putdisher*s Report; Light fsce. estimated. +U*es Mats. * Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRind McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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NEW HAVENf (Continued) Estab Co I s<3> Width? Depth Sub Eire 

C Tu\ C nS + . ........... }Monthly .......... Liquor Trade ..... 1942 8 28 185 8.00 

LeRoy E. LaVsonV 'Editor and Publisher, Beverage 2 42 185 

Publications, Inc., 151 Court St. Controlled circ. >5,S79 

Connecticut Jewish Ledger See Hartford. 
Connecticut Medicine .............. Monthly .......... Medical .............. 1936 2 85 126 10.00 $8,600 

David T. Monahan, M.D., Editor; The Connecticut State Medical Society, 

Publisher, 160 St. Ronan St. (11). 
Connecticut Motorist .............. Monthly .......... Motor Club ........ 1929 5 23 224 x.50 69,300 

John J. Casey, Editor; Connecticut Motor Club, Publisher, 399 Temple St. 



1952 



Harold M. Bone, Editor; Info Publishing Co., 53 Orange St. (10). 
Iv y Ma 8 a Z .neV ........................ 5 ti. a yr .......... Collate .......... " c. 

Undergraduates of the Ivy League, Editors and Publishers, Box 2004, Yale Sta. 
Journal-Courier -f- .................... Morn.ex.Sun... Independent ....... 1766 8 24 301 15.60 **24,OO8 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

Carrington Publishing Co., 88 Crown St. (7). 

J l^t?wtiSn + !. ................ }Monthly .......... Medical .............. 1924 2 36 119 15.00 $6,433 

Dr. Philip K. Bondy', Editor; American Society of Clinical Investigations, 

Publisher, 383 Cedar St. (11). 

Journal of Cuneiform 1~ , , [Cuneiform tnAi o OK 100 a nn 

Studies (no adv.) .............. {Quarterly ........ ( Stu dies 1947 2 85 122 6 - 

Prof. Albrecht Goetze, Editor; American Schools of Oriental Research, 

Publisher, Drawer 9 3 A, Yale Station. 
Journal of Studies on Alcohol.Quarterly ........ Scientific ........... 1940 1 54 105 6.00 $1,696 

H. W. Haggard, M.D., Editor; Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Inc., Publisher, 
52 Hillhouse Ave., Yale Station. 

iarterly ........ Orient. Studies..l943 2 30 104x8.00 1,295 



. 

Prof. H. M. Hoenigswald, Editor; American Oriental Society, Publisher, 
329 Sterling Memorial Library. 

Journal of the History of 1 

Medicine and Allied ^Quarterly ........ Medicine ............ 1946 1 56 112 7.50 772 

John F.Fuiton, Editor ; Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 

Inc.. Publisher, 333 Cedar St. (11). 
Keyboard Jr. (no adv.) ........... 8 ti. a yr .......... Music ................. 1942 2 26 105 .55 

Printed in two editions : Keyboard Jr., Public School Edition ; Young Keyboard 

Jr., Elementary Edition. 

Ian Mininberg, Ed.; Keyboard Jr. Publications, Inc., Publisher. 1846 Chapel St. 
Musicana .................................. Bi-monthly ..... /Bandsmen of tqoc o 07 i^n Q nn il<l7fin 

Capt. A. R. Teta, Editor; U. S. Navy, \ Armed Forces 1925 3 ZT 14 d ' * 13 ' 750 
Army, Air Force Bandsman Assn., Inc., Publisher, 54 Commerce St. 

Phytopathology ........................ Monthly .......... { ^ seals' 1 * 1911 2 56 105 10 ' 00 3 ' 20 

Dr. E. E. Wilson, Editor; American Phytopathological Society, Publisher, 

P. O. Box 1106 (4). 

w . . , fEvg. ex. Sun. Tr> , nTWMI . . 1812 8 24 29415.60 $98,886 

Register-*" ................................ \Sun. Morn, ^dependent ....... Sunday circ. 2.40 $106,090 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

John Day Jackson, Editor and Publisher, 367 Orange St. (3). 
Review of Metaphysics .......... Quarterly ........ Philosophy ........ 1947 1 55 103 6.00 1,800 

Paul Weiss, Editor; Philosophy Education Society, Inc., 201 Linsly Hall, Yale 

University. 
Telephone Bulletin (no adv.). .Monthly .......... Tel. Emp ............ 1907 2 20 130 x 18.000 

Free to employees. 

Russell T. Sullivan, Editor; Southern New England Tel. Co., Publisher, 

227 Church St. (6). 
Yale Alumni Magazine -f V ..... Monthly .......... Coll. Alumni ...... 1891 3 27 140 4.50 89,500 

F. W. Bronson, Editor; Yale Alumni Publications, Inc., 119 College St. (9). 
Yale Daily News V ................... Morn.ex.Sun...Collegiate .......... 1859 5 24 22412.00 $2,600 

Students of Yale University, Eds. and Pubs., 202 York St., 241 A, Yale Station. 

Ya Med?c U ine a V f Biol f y a " d ] ti. a yr .......... Med. & Biolog...l928 1 54 98 7.50 $1,000 

Dr. VernonLippard, Editor and Publisher, 333 Cedar St. (11). 
Yale Law Journal, TheV ........ 8 ti. a yr .......... Legal Coll .......... 1891 2 27 112 7.50 

Stephen N. Shulman, Ed.; Yale Law Journal Co., Drawer 401A, Yale Station. 
Yale Literary Magazine +V... 6 ti. a yr .......... Coll. Lit ............. 1821 1 60 121 4.00 $750 

Chi Delta Theta Literary Society, Publisher, Box 24 3 A, Yale Station. 
Yale Review ............................. Quarterly ........ Lit. & Comt ....... 1911 2 80 112 4.00 

Yale University Press, Inc., Publisher, 28 Hillhouse Ave. 
Yale Scientific MagazineV ..... Monthly .......... Scientific Eng... 1927 3 26 140 3.00 $2,600 

Yale Scientific Magazine, Publisher. 244A, Yale Station. 



........ Library Res ....... 1928 1 65 100 8.00 

Donald Gallup, Editor ; Yale University Library, Publisher. 



Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; $Publisher*s Report; Light face, estimated. +Ues Mats. $ Nonpareil 
ms, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. \/ Issued only during academic year. xSubacription included in membership fee. 

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NEW LONDONf (G8), pop. 30,551; New London Co. (SE). On Long Island Sound at 
mouth of Thames River, 14 m S of Norwich, NYNH&H; CV RRs. Airline, NEA. 
Port of entry with deep harbor. Naval, Coast Guard Service Center. Connecticut 
College for Women ; U. S. Coast Guard Academy. Private schools. 

Manufactures toothpaste and tube containers, printing presses, diesel, marine 
and turbine engines, submarines, chemicals, floor covering, bed springs, mat- 
tresses, gear cutters, underwear, corrugated paper containers, paper products, 
thread, soap, wooden cabinets, safety razors. Shipyards. Three banks: deposits 
(6-30-58), $59,350,036. 10,779 (residential) electric (AC) meters; 7,600 gas 
(artif.) meters; 10,535 (residential) telephones. 

Connecticut Census-f-V Thursday Collegiate 1916 5 27 210 3.00 900 

Students of Connecticut College for Women, Eds. and Pubs. Controlled free dist. 850 

Connecticut Circle Monthly State Interests.,1 988 4 23 154 2.00 

H. F. Morse, Editor; Wyman Publications, Inc., Publisher, 802 State St. 

Day-h Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Rep 1881 9 22 298 18.00**26,288 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

George E. Clapp, Editor; The Day Publishing Company, 47 Main St. 

Howling Gale, The 4- Friday Coll. Naval 1952 6 24 208 2.50 1,900 

Corps of Cadets, U. S. Coast Guard Academy, Eds. and Pubs. Controlled free dist. 600 

Life Thursday Independent 1946 5 23 224 2.00 1,320 

Space sold in combination with Groton Life. 

George E. MacDougall, Editor; New London Life Pub. Co., 19 Union St. 
NEW MILFORD (B2), pop. 5,799; Litchfield Co. (NW). 16 m N of Danbury. 
NYNH&H RR. Foundry; bleaching and dye works; uniform, romper, furniture, 
food seasoning factories. Summer resort. Dairy, poultry, tobacco farms. 

Times-f- Thursday Independent 1914 8 24 287 4.00 $3,990 

John W. Nash, Editor; Times Publishing Company, Inc. 

NEWTOWN (B3), pop. 7,448; Fairfield Co. (SW). 9 m E of Danbury. NYNH&H RR. 
Manufactures rubber hose, plastic molding, paper boxes, wire. Nursery. Dairy, 
poultry, fruit farms. 

Bee-f Friday Independent 1877 8 24 283 4.00 5,920 

Paul S. Smith, Editor ; Bee Publishing Company. 

NIANTIC (G8), pop. 1,746; New London Co. (SE). In Long Island Sound at mouth of 
Niantic River, 6 m W of New London. Railroad station, East Lyme. NYNH&H 
RR. Boat yards. Manufactures surgical gauze. Residential. 

Niantic News-f Wednesday Independent 1949 6 23 213 2.00 52,000 

Also circulates in East Lyme, Old Lyme, Lyme and Waterford. 
Duncan H. Fraser, Editor and Publisher, 292 Main St. 

NORTH CANAAN (B2V6). pop. 2,647; Litchfteld Co. (NW). 60 m N of Bridgeport. 
NYNH&H RR. Limestone quarries. Diversified farming. 

Connecticut Western News +. Thursday Independent 1871 7 26 294 4.00 2,315 

Clare T. Grannan, Editor; Canaan Printing Co., Inc., Publisher, Canaan. 
NORWALK (B5), pop. 49,460; Fairfield Co. (SW). On Norwalk River, 45 m NE of 
New York, N. Y. NYNH&H RR. Oyster, lobster fisheries. 

Manufactures hats, pumps, men's shirts, ladies' handbags, astronomical instru- 
ments, electric signaling devices, dresses, air compressors, kitchen equipment, 
bathrobes, tires, stamped metal goods, underwear, slippers, woven labels, 
corsets, neckties, wire cloth, cellophane, plastics, X-ray tubes, furniture, cos- 
metics, electronic equipment. Eifrht banks; bank deposits (12-30-56), $120,- 
547,367. 18,321 electric (AC) meters; 11,263 gas (artif.) meters; 31,791 
telephones. 

Hour-f Evgr. ex. Sun... Independent 1871 8 22 301 18.00 *17,708 

Sidney A. Bedient, Editor; Hour Publishing Company, Hour Square. 

NORWICHf (G2), pop. 87,633; New London Co. (SE). On Thames River, 13 m N of 
New London. CV; NYNH&H RRs. 30 foot channel to Port of Norwich. 

Manufactures thermos bottles, cartons, duck, awnings, velvet, woolens, tinsel, 
leather products, chemicals, surgical products, plastics, clothing, rayons, engrav- 
ings. Resort. Art Gallery and Museum. Five banks; deposits (6-30-57), $103,- 
901,000. 12,091 electric meters; 7,184 gas meters; 21,327 (res.) telephones. 

{Bulletin-4- Mom.ex.Sun...Republican 1790 8 22 801 16.00 
Bulletin-Record -h Sunday Ind. Rep 1888 8 22 301 5.20 
Comic strip advertising accepted in both papers. 
Harvey M. Briggs, Editor; Bulletin Company, Publisher, 66 Franklin St. 
OAKVILLE (C2), pop. X 6,000; Litchfield Co. (NW). 4 m NW of Waterbury. Nearest 
banking town, Watertown. NYNH&H RR. Manufactures wire, screw machine 
products, hardware, plastics, nylon, synthetic yarns. 

Town Times-f- Thursday Independent 1947 5 24 217 8.75 

Circulates also in Watertown. 

L. F. Messier, Editor; Carl Less and Hamilton Lane. Publishers. 

OLD GREENWICH (A4%), pop. : Fairfield Co. (SW). 30 m NE of New York. 

NYNH&H RR. Nurseries. Residential. 

Radiovision (Span.) Bi-monthly f Radio & TV 1Q(;1 14ft A nn 

Editora Technica, Ltd., Publisher. 1 Trade 1951 8 26 14 4 ' 00 

Village Gazette Friday Independent 1949 8 23 294 4.00 

Wakeman Hartley. Editor; Village Gazette Publishing Co., 27 Arcadia Road. 
PLAINFIELD Journal Press See Moosup. 

PLAINVILLE (D2), pop. 9,994; Hartford Co. (N). 12 m SW of Hartford. NYNH&H 
RR. Manufactures ball bearings, springs, screw machine products, blowers, 
tool gauges, well drilling equipment, photographic equipment. Truck, dairy, 
tobacco farms. 

News-f- Thursday Independent 1946 8 24 294 2.60 

James Petersen, Editor ; August L. Loeb, Publisher. 



26,037 
22,104 



2,415 



11,102 
$1,950 



81,830 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *Jtine and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher* Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. Nonparefl 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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PUTNAMf (HI), pop. 9,804; Windham Co. (NE). On Quinnebaug River, 28 m NW of 
Providence, R. I. NYNH&H RR. Silk, woolen mills; phonograph needle, paper 
box. shoe, novelty, pointed steel goods, hat factories; foundry. Dairy, poultry, 
fruit farms. 

1950 1 56 101 4.00 $1,200 



Lithuanian Cultural Institute, Publisher. 

Patriot -f .Thursday Ind. Rep 1872 8 22 295 8.00 52,710 

Richard McCauley, Editor; Patriot Press Inc., Publisher. 
Windham Co. Observer + Wednesday Independent 1881 8 24 304 3.00 3,112 

Arthur P. Bove, Editor; Stanley R. Evans, Publisher, Canal St. 

REDDING (B3), pop. 2,800; Fairfleld Co. (SW). 13 m NW of Bridgeport. Nearest bank 
and railroad station, Bethel. NYNH&H RR. Residential. Dairy, poultry farms. 

Times -f .Bi-wkly, Thurs.. In dependent... 195 6 4 24 147 1,400 Free 

Bradley Kelly, Editor ; Redding Times, Publisher, West Redding. 

RIDGEFIELD (B3), pop. 4,356; Fairfteld Co. (SW). 9 m S of Danbury. NYNH&H RR. 
Residential. Summer resort. Dairy, poultry farms. 

Press + Thursday Independent 1875 5 24 225 4.00 **2,163 

Karl S. Nash, Editor and Publisher, 6 Bailey Ave. 

ROCKVILLE (Fl), pop. 8,016; Tolland Co. (N). 16 m NE of Hartford. NYNH&H RR. 

Manufactures woolens, worsted goods, fish lines, envelopes. Dairy, poultry, 

fruit farms. Tobacco. 
Journal-f .Thursday Republican 1867 8 24 294 1.76 $8.684 

Paul B. Sweeney, Editor; Journal Publishing Company, Inc. 
Leader 4- Thursday Independent 1847 8 25 294 1.50 2,691 

Thomas R. Rady, Editor; John J. & T. F. Rady, Publishers, 46 East Main St. 

SEYMOUR (C3), pop. 7,832; New Haven Co. (S). On Naugatuck River, 3 m N of 
Ansonia. NYNH&H RR. Manufactures tools, rolled copper, fountain pens, brass 
novelties, nickel anodes, phosphor bronze, cables, specialty hardware, metal 
stampings, fishing flys, velours. Agriculture. 

Record-h Thursday Ind. Rep 1871 6 24 280 3.00 

Nicholas Posypanko, Editor and Publisher. 

SHARON News-Republican See Millerton, N. Y. 

SIMSBURY (Dl). pop. 1,771; Hartford Co. (N). On Farmington River, 12 m W of 
Hartford. NYNH&H RR. Manufactures safety fuses, machine tools, gypsum 
insulation. Agriculture. Tobacco, dairy products. 

Farmington Valley Herald -f-.. Thursday Independent 1881 8 24 294 3.00 $3,703 

L. E. Ball, Jr.. Editor; W. M. Baer, Publisher. 150 Hopmeadow St. 

SOUTHINGTON (D2), pop. 13,061; Hartford Co. (N). 7 m NW of Meriden. NYNH&H 

RR. Manufactures hardware, tools, manifolds, forgings, airplane engines. Fruit, 

dairy, poultry farms. Apples, peaches. 
Just Buttons Monthly Button Collec'rsl942 2 26 91 2.50 3,000 

Sally C. Luscomb. Editor and Publisher, Sally Lewis House. 
News-f Thursday Independent 1863 8 24 294 8.50 $4,301 

Robert M. Conrad. Editor; August L. Loeb, Publisher. 

SOUTH NORWALK (B4), pop. ; Fairfleld Co. (SW). 13 m SW of Bridgeport. 

NYNH&H RR. Manufactures conveyors, woven labels, cosmetics, wood prod- 
ucts, valves, power plant equipment. 

f Analysis of 

PIB Monthly {Consumer 1918 3 32 154 

(Mag. Advtg. 
Printed in seven monthly sections : Apparel, Drug-Toiletries, Foods-Beverages, 

Home-Building, General, Business-Financial, Transportation-Agriculture. 
Also prints National Advertising Investments, semi-annually, free to FIB sub- 
scribers only. $10.00 per yr. to others. 

Leading National Advertisers, Inc., Publisher, P. O. Box 526, 
Boston Post Rd. at Keeler Ave. 

STAFFORD (Fl), pop. 8,896; Tolland Co. (N). 23 m SE of Springfield, Mass. CV RR. 
Woolen, worsted mills. 

Stafford Press -f .Thursday Independent 1858 7 26 294 3.50 1,800 

E. L. Warner, Editor; Press Publishing Company. 

STAMFORD (A4), pop. 74,293 ; Fairfield Co. (SW). On Long Island Sound, 85 m NE of 
New York. NYNH&H RR. Manufactures plastics, builder's hardware, ball bear- 
ings, postage meters; magnesia products, foods, sheet metal, oil burners, X-Ray 
tubes, electronics, electric motors and shavers, toilet preparations. Chemical 
research laboratories. Shipyards. Six banks; bank clearings (12-31-58), $1,405,- 
192,213; savings deposits (6-80-58), $170,547,947. 84,177 electric (AC) meters; 
17,831 gas (nat.) meters; 61,198 telephones. 

Advocate-f- Evg. PX. Sun...Ind. Rep 1829 8 28 297 21.00**24,943 

Kingsley Gillespie, Editor and Publisher. 258 Atlantic St. 

Beer Distributor Monthly (wholesalers 1935 3 26 14 3 - *3.327 

A. L. Custro, Editor; Beer Distributor Publishing Corp., 80 Lincoln Ave. 

Diesel Power Monthly Diesel Engines.. 1928 \ J] 140 3.00 

Diesel Publications, Inc., 80 Lincoln Ave. Controlled circ. > 16,030 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement ; *Jtme and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
9PO Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. ^Nonparefl 
ems.' 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty sett. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNtlly 
estimate V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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STAMFORD (Continued) Estab Cols <S> Width V Depth Sub Circ 

Mail-f- Wednesday Independent 1935 8 22 294 2.00 

Distributed via mail. Shopper distributed via carriers. 1 8 0,0 00 Free 

Harry Rosenbaum, Editor; Sidney Karp and Harry Rosenbaum, Publishers, 
435 Atlantic St 

Modern Brewery Age Monthly Brewery Indus.. 1933 8 26 140 8.00 *2,746 

Prints weekly edition called : Modern Brewery Age News, issued Friday. 
Jos. Friedman, Editor; Modern Brewery Age Publishing Corp. 

(Tugs, Tow- 1915 3 27 140 2.00 

Rivers & Harbors Monthly ] boats, barges, 2 40 140 

[etc. Controlled circ. >4,017 

Ben Wattenberg, Ed.; Diesel Publications, Inc., 80 Lincoln Ave. 

SPE Journal Monthly Plastics 1944 3 27 140 6.00 6,600 

Dr. Jesse H. Harris, Editor; Society of Plastics Engineers, Inc., Publisher, 
65 Prospect St. 

Wire and Wire Products Monthly Wire 1926 3 27 140 8.00 3,535 

Edmund D. Sickels. Editor; Quinn-Brown Pub. Co., Room 5, 453 Main St. 

STONINGTON (H8), pop. 11,801; New London Co. (SE). 10 m E of New London. 
NYNH&H RR. Manufactures velvet and plush fabrics, machinery, tools, paper 
tubes, electric conductors. Truck, fruit, poultry farms. 

Antique Automobile + Quarterly { Hobby IiU Ut 1985 8 28 133 5 ' 00 t 8 - 487 

L. Scott Bailey, Editor; Antique Automobile Club of America, Pub., 161 Water St. 
STORRS (Fl). pop. X 8,000; Tolland Co. (N). 8 m NW of Williamantic, nearest banking 
town. Railroad station, Mansfield. CV RR. Button factory. University of Con- 
necticut. Farming. 

--------} t 4 00 

;. J5.000 

54 108 x4.00 J5,400 

Robert G. Mead, Jr., Editor; American Assn. of Teachers of Spanish and 
Portuguese, University of Connecticut, Publishers. 

STRATFORD (C4), independent branch of Bridgeport P. O., pop. 33,428; Fairfteld Co. 
(SW). On Long Island Sound 3 m E of Bridgeport. NYNH&H RR. Airport. 
Manufactures airplanes, aircraft motors, helicopters, air conditioning units, 
chemicals, brake linings, roofing and sidewall materials, office equipment, ma- 
chine, electrical and rubber products, toys, hardware specialties, boats, indus- 
trial plating, forging, oil burners. Summer resort. Oyster fisheries. Truck farms. 

News-f Friday Independent 1928 8 24 294 3.00 2,082 

Helen F. Deegan, Editor; Richard Diamond, Publisher, 2503 Main St. 

THOMASTON (C2), pop. 4,896; Litchfield Co. (NW). 10 m N of Waterbury. NYNH&H 
RR. Manufactures clocks and clock crystals, brass, screw machine products, 
glass, metal specialties. Dairy, truck, fruit farms. 

Express-f- Thursday Independent 1880 5 24 224 4.50 1,885 

B. S. Meier, Editor; Cesare J. Del Vaglio, Publisher. 

THOMPSONVILLE (E2/), pop. 9,633; Hartford Co. (N). On Connecticut River, 8 m 
S of Springfield, Mass. NYNH&H RR. Carpet, casket hardware, tobacco, wax 
paper factories. Dairy, truck, tobacco farms. 

Northern Connecticut News.. Thursday Independent 1949 5 24 224 1.00 5,856 

James Haslam, Editor; Hi Neigher, Publisher, 41 Pearl St. 

Press + Thursday Independent 1880 8 23 297 2.50 J5,800 

Irving J. Zweig, Editor and Publisher, 27 High St. 



Connecticut Ca m pu+V ........ i^n. <*ll. * Ahunnl.. 

Students of University of Connecticut, Editors and Publishers. 
4 tL a ^ .......... Educational ....... 1917 2 



TORRJNGTON (CD, pop. 27,820; I 
of Waterbury. NYNH&H RR. 



Litchfield Co. (NW). On Naugatuck River, 20 m N 



Manufactures needles, bearings, brass and aluminum products, spring and 
mill machinery, fans and blower wheels, castings, kitchen utensils, sporting 
goods, machine screws and nuts, lumber products, timing motors, gaskets, 
textiles, hardware, tools. Four banks; deposits (6-30-58), $69,070,378. 10,563 
electric (AC) meters; 5,464 gas (nat.) meters; 11,833 telephones. 

Register-f Evg. ex. Sun...Ind. Rep 1874 8 22 29715.00 10,814 

Walter Gisselbrecht, Editor; John H. Brooks, Publisher. 

WALLINGFORD (D3). pop. 16,976; New Haven Co. (S). On Quinnipiac River, 12 m E of 
New Haven. NYNH&H RR. Silverware, brassware. chemical, fancy hardware, 
fireworks, tool, measuring instrument, dress factories. Nursery. Choate School. 
Fruit, dairy, poultry farms. 

Choate News + V Saturday Collegiate 1905 6 22 227 7.50 1.000 

Students of the Choate School, Editors and Publishers. Controlled free dist. 800 

Post + Thursday Independent 1946 8 24 294 3.00 4,136 

Gilbert Kelman, Editor; Wallingford Publishing Co., 261 Center St. 

WATERBURYf (C2), pop. 104,477; New Haven Co. (S). 21 m NW of New Haven. 
NYNH&H RR. TV station. Center of the brass industry. 

Manufactures brass and copper goods, clocks, watches, buckles, buttons, 
chemicals, ladies' undergarments, toys, tools, wire and metal novelties, auto 
parts, flexible tubing, lighting fixtures, foundry, machine shop products. Seven 
banks; savings (5-31-58), $183,091,258. 47,199 electric (AC) meters; 82,839 
gas (artif.) meters; 59,696 telephones. 

{Amerlcan-f Evg. ex. Sun...Independent 1844 9 22 316 21.80^*39,778 
Republican-}- Every Morn....Independent 1881 9 22 316 21.80**20,7S4 
Comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. Sunday circ. 10.40*^46,674 

Wm. Vosburgh, Editor; William J. Pape, Publisher, 61 Leavenworth St. (91). 

Ctrculatloa **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Use Mata. ^Nonpareil 
CUM, 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty teat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscriptton included in membership fee. 

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WATERBURYf (Continued) 

National Reviewer Monthly (fndusfry CV ' 



Estab Coli $> Width? Depth Sub 
1938 3 27 134 2.00 
Controlled free dist. 
Margaret E. Fenske, Editor; Conn. Restaurant Assn. Inc., 94 E. Main St. (89). 

WATERTOWN (C2%), pop. 10,699; Litchfield Co. (NW). 7 m NW of Waterbury. 
NYNH&H RR. Manufactures farm implements, tools and dies, dairy equipment 
and building material. Truck, dairy, fruit farms. 

Taft Papyrus, The V (off set). Bi-wkly, Thurs. { Alumni 1894 5 27 224 7 ' 00 

Students and Alumni of the Taft School, Editors and Publishers. 
Town Times See Oakville. 

WEST HARTFORD (El), branch of Hartford P. O., pop. 44,402; Hartford Co. (N). 
Adjacent to Hartford. Residential. St. Joseph College (Cath. women). 

Manufactures precision machine tools, gauges, electrical raceways and devices, 
air conditioning equipment, steel balls, typewriter ribbons and carbon papers, 
tools, dies, jigs and fixtures, printed manifold forms, plastics. 
Connecticut Industry .............. Monthly .......... Industry ............ 1923 3 26 140 x3.00 

L. M. Bingham, Editor; Manufacturers' Assn. of Conn., Publisher, 

928 Farmington Ave. 
News + ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1932 8 24 294 8.00 

E. C. Lavelle, Editor; West Hartford Publishing Co., 20 Is ham Rd. (7). 
QST ......................................... Monthly .......... Amat. Radio ....... 1915 2 30 117x4.00 

A. L. Budlong, Editor; American Radio Relay League, Inc., Pub., 38 La Salle Rd. 

WEST HAVEN (D3%), branch of New Haven P. O., pop. 32,010; New Haven Co. (S). 

Adjacent to New Haven. NYNH&H RR. Airport. Summer resort. Residential. 

Manufactures aircraft parts, tools, gun parts, webbing, auto tires and tubes, 

fertilizer, velvets, perfumes, cellar and overhead doors, plastic, die castings, 

sheet metal and rubber products, elastic fabrics, pipe organs, rock drills, beer, 

corsets. 

Town Crier-f ........................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1927 6 24 203 3.50 

James C. Sullivan, Editor and Publisher, 4 Rock Road, Milford. 

WESTPORT (B4), pop. 11,667; Fairfield Co. (SW). On Saugatuck River, 3 m NE of 
Norwalk. NYNH&H RR. Manufactures liquid soaps, embalming fluid, twine, 
cordage, toys. Summer resort. Fruit, truck, poultry farms. 



CIrt 
2,780 



$2,684 

87,059 
98,014 



4,460 



4,343 



10,100 



**6,'<>2S 



5.080 



6,424 



Arthur H. Keston, Editor; Dorothy Keston, Publisher, 9 Elizabeth Drive. 

Famous Artists Magazine Quarterly Art 1952 8 27 187 x2.00 

Pauline Engel, Editor; Tom Hutson, Publisher. 2 39 187 

Snorta Tar-l- Mnnthlv f Sports Cars 1944 3 26 133 2.50 
Sports Car + Monthly l & Activities 2 40 133 

Arthur H. Rosien, Editor; Sports Car Club of America, Inc., Pub., P. O. Box 791. 
Town Crier and Herald-f Thurs.& Sun...Independent 1867 8 2S Su 8 n | ay circ 

Luis J. Villalon, Editor; Arthur W. Pearce, Publisher, 1150 Post Rd., Fairfield. 
Traffic Quarterly (no adv.). ...Quarterly Traffic Control.. 1947 1 58 105 

Col. R. C. F. Goetz, Editor; Eno Foundation at Saugatuck, Publisher. 

WILLIMANTICf (G2), pop. 13,586; Windham Co. (NE).30 m E of Hartford. NYNH&H ; 
CV RRs. State Teachers College. Manufactures velvet, silks, rayon, yarns, 
insulation, radio parts, foundry products, paper mill machinery, mill and build- 
ers' supplies. Steel fabrication. Truck farms. 

AT Sfenta? Deficient JBi-monthly {pef?cie nc y 1876 2 42 104x14 - 00 

R. H. Hungerford, Editor; The American Assn. of Mental Deficiency, Publisher, 
P. O. Box 96. 

Chronicle-f Evpr. ex. Sun. ..Independent 1877 8 24 303 15.00 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

James Malone, Editor; Lucy Bartlett Crosbie, Publisher, 22-26 Church St. 

WILTON (B4), pop. 4,568; Fairfleld Co. (SW). 5 m N of Norwalk. NYNH&H RR. 
Manufactures machine bolts, golf clubs. Nurseries. Dairy, fruit, truck farms. 
Residential. 

Bulletin-f Wednesday Independent 1937 5 24 225 4.00 ** 1,999 

Karl S. Nash, Editor and Publisher, 6 Baily Ave., Ridgefield. 

WINDSOR (El), pop. 11,883; Hartford Co. (N). 11 m NE of Hartford, nearest bank. 
NYNH&H RR. Manufactures cigars, cigar cutters, brick. Agriculture. Tobacco, 
potatoes. 

Connecticut State Journal + .. Monthly {JSt^Gov't Int 1938 8 24 14 2 ' 

News Weekly Friday Independent 1943 5 24 260 2.00 

J. Jeremiah Hallas, Editor and Publisher, 27 Park Ave. 

WINDSOR LOCKS (El), pop. 5,221; Hartford Co. (N). On Connecticut River, 12 m N 
of Hartford. NYNH&H RR. Manufactures paper, hand trucks, casters, chucks, 
tinsel products. Agriculture. Tobacco, potatoes, vegetables. 

Journal -f Thursday Independent 1880 8 24 280 2.25 

J. F. Wallace, Editor; Journal Printing Corporation, Publisher. 

WINSTED (Cl), pop. 8,781: Litchfield Co. (NW). 26 m NW of Hartford. NYNH&H 
RR. Lake resort. Manufactures clocks, hosiery, underwear, sweaters, electric ap- 
pliances, pins, enameled wire, hat felts, fishing tackle, tape, coils, timers, adding 
machines, dog chains. Truck, dairy, poultry farms. 

Citfzen-f Evg. ex. Sun. ..Independent 1888 8 23 28021.00 

Theodore Vaill, Editor; Citizen Printing Company, Publisher, 448 Main St. 



$1.200 
tl.596 



52,850 



3,538 



Circulation **Sept. AB.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Awlit; 
IP.O Statement: Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report: Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. fParish Seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNaUy 
estimate. V Issued only during academic rear. xSubscrlption included in membership fee. 

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DELAWARE 

Population 818,085 (U. S. Census, 1950) 
State Capital, DOVER 

Delaware is bounded on the north by Pennsylvania, east by the Delaware River and Bay and 
the Atlantic Ocean, south by Maryland, and west by Maryland and Pennsylvania. Its length from 
north to south is 110 miles; its breadth varies from about 9 miles to 36 miles. The total land 
area is 1,978 square miles; second smallest state in area. 

The surface in the north is somewhat hilly, and southward the land is rolling, with fringes of 
marshes and swamp tracts along the indentations of Delaware Bay. The southern portion is a 
sandy region, but by skillful farming has been made highly productive. The soil of the interior 
is light and easily cultivated. The Weather Bureau at Wilmington gives the temperature (annual 
monthly mean) at 54.3; highest on record, 107; lowest, 12; total annual precipitation, 43.83 
inches. 

The manufacturing center of the state is Wilmington, a port on the Delaware River. It is close 
to the Delaware and Chesapeake Canal, a waterway which crosses the state and connects the two 
bays of the same names, greatly facilitating shipping between Philadelphia and Baltimore and 
other ports in Maryland and Virginia. Other harbors are Lewes and New Castle. The University 
of Delaware is located at Newark. 

POPULATION 

Rank among the states (1950) forty-seventh. Urban population (1950), 62.5%. In 1950, of 
the 318,085 total population, 273,878 were white; 44,207 were non-white. 

AGRICULTURE 

Number of farms (1950), 7,448. Farm acreage, 851,291. Average acreage per farm, 114.8. 
Average value per farm, $12,569. Farms selling products over $10,000 in value, 1,977. 

Cash receipts from farm marketings (1957) : crops, $31,014,000; livestock and products (in- 
cludes meat animals, dairy products, poultry and eggs), $79,294,000. 

Value of sales of chief crops (1957): soybeans, $5,078,000; corn, $3,741,000; potatoes, 
$2,399,000; wheat, $1,013,000; barley, $178,000; rye, $177,000; hay, $134,000. 

Value of sales of fruits (noncitrus) (1957) : apples, $846,000; peaches, $183,000. 

Farm value of animals on farms (1-1-58) : all cattle and calves, $8,710,000; hogs and pigs, 
$860,000; horses and mules, $255,000; all sheep and lambs, $65,000. 

Cash receipts from poultry (1957): chickens (farm and commercial broilers), $62,197,000, 
rank, third; eggs, $3,693,000; turkeys, $1,912,000. 

Cash receipts from dairy products (1957) : all milk and cream, $9,122,000. Total milk produc- 
tion on farms, 197,000,000 Ibs. Dairy products (1957): creamed cottage cheese, 98,000 IDS.; 
ice cream, 1,993,000 gallons. 

FISHERIES 

Total catch (1956), 360,814,000 Ibs.; $6,206,000 value. Principal fish: menhaden, oysters, 
crabs, clams. 

FORESTS 

Principal woods : southern yellow pine, oak, yellow poplar, red and sap gum, elm, eastern 
cedar, black and tupelo gum, maple, cypress, sycamore, beech, ash. 

MANUFACTURES 

Statistics for 1954: value added by manufacture, $354,044,000. Leading industry groups: 
chemicals and allied products, transportation equipment, food and kindred products. Total 
expenditures for new plant and new equipment, $24,171,000. 

Final figures for value added by manufacture in each of the leading industry groups are avail- 
able through Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Number of telephones (1-1-58), 190,000. Motor vehicles registered (Sept. 1958, est.), 180,000. 
Number of post offices (1957), 64. Number of retail stores (1954), 4,300; sales, $485,752,000. 



DELAWARE NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL STATISTICS 

Newspapers Periodicals 

Period of Issue Number Period of Issue Number 

Daily 8 Weekly 1 

Evening Dailies (2) Semi-monthly 1 

Morning Dailies (1) Monthly 8 

Weekly 17 Bi-monthly 1 

Irregular 1 

Total Newspapers 20 

Total Periodicals 7 

Total number of publications 27 

County seats (indicated by t) having publications 8 

Total number of towns having publications 16 

For circulation ftfvres for daily paper, aee alo Dafly Newspaper List In back of Directory. Occasionally it la 
possible to incorporate a later ftfura In that list. 

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LIST OF COUNTIES 

Total number of counties 8 
County, Location on Map and County Seat Pop. 

1 Kent (C) Dover 87,870 

2 New Castle (N), Wilmington 218,879 

3 Sussex (S), Georgetown 61,336 



Estab Cols <> Width V Depth Sub 

BRIDGEVILLE (C5%), pop. 1,468; Sussex Co. (S). 70 m S of Wilmington. PA RR. 
Manufactures concrete blocks, scrapple. Flour and feed mills; cannery; nursery. 
Ships fruit, vegetables. Agriculture. Poultry, strawberries, peaches. 
News-f- ..................................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1934 8 26 294 1.00 

Rebecca C. Ferguson, Editor; G. A. McDaniel, Publisher. 

DELMAR (C7), pop. 1,015; combined with Delmar, Md., 1,328; Sussex Co. (S). 7 m N 
of Salisbury, Md. PA RR. Manufactures feed, shirts, uniforms, pants. Hatchery. 
Truck, poultry dairy, stock farms. Corn, potatoes, cantaloups. 
Bi-State Weekly + .................. Friday ............. Independent ....... 1932 7 23 276 2.00 

William C. Calloway, Editor; Bi-State Printing Co., Publisher. 

DOVERf (C4), pop. 6,223; Kent Co. (C). The State Capital, 42 m S of Wilmington, 
PA RR. Airline, AAA. State College (Negro). Manufactures canned goods, latex, 
paint, brick, soft drinks, refrigerators, cheese. Dairy; foundry; bottling works; 
feed mill. Agriculture. Wheat, corn, fruit. 



Delaware State News-f .......... 



Inde P endent ....... 1901 



Index-f ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1887 

Bernard J. Smyth, Editor and Publisher. 
Hornet, TheV (Negro) .......... irregular ........ Collegiate ............ 1944 

Students of Delaware State College, Editors and Publishers. 



24 
24 



s08 13 - 
308 3.00 



5 24 208 



Circ 



873 



1,866 



9,821 
1,200 

400 



GEORGETOWNt (D6), pop. 1,928; Sussex Co. (S). 30 m N of Salisbury, Md. PA RR. 
Airline, AAA. Saw mill; hatchery; garment, brick, pearl button factories. 
Marble and granite works. Hosiery mills; food processing. Agriculture. 
Poultry farms. 
Sussex Countian-f- .................. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1886 8 24 280 3.00 3,307 

Mary Houston Robinson, Editor; The Sussex Countian, Inc., Publisher, 
115 N. Race St. 

HARRINGTON (C5), pop. 2,241; Kent Co. (C). 65 m S of Wilmington. PA RR. Manu- 
factures boys' shirts and blouses, flour, feed. Agriculture. Wheat, corn, tomatoes. 
dairying. 
Journal -f .................................. Friday ............. Democratic ........ 1913 8 24 308 2.50 1,800 

Carrington H. Burgess, Editor; W. C. and C. H. Burgess, Publishers. 

LAUREL (C6), pop. 2,700; Sussex Co. (S). 15 m N of Salisbury, Md. PA RR. 
Manufactures lumber, fertilizer, dresses, crates, baskets, canned foods, rugs, 
stockings. Pine timber. Truck, fruit, grain, poultry farms. 
State Regis ter-f ...................... Friday ............. Democratic ........ 1885 8 24 294 2.50 2,450 

Robert S. Bell, Editor; Norman W. Harrington, Publisher. 

LEWES Delaware Coast Press See Rehoboth Beach. 

MIDDLETOWN (C3), pop. 1,755; New Castle Co. (N). 25 m SW of Wilmington. PA 
RR. Flour, hosiery mills ; cannery ; kitchen and radio cabinet factory. Agri- 
culture. Corn, grain. 
Transcript-}- ............................. Thursday ........ Republican ......... 1868 8 24 308 2.00 2,207 

A. Claude Fouracre, Editor and Publisher. 

MILFORD (D5), pop. 6,179; Sussex Co. (S). 60 m S of Wilmington. PA RR. 
Manufactures dental specialties, wooden spoons, canned vegetables, wool, mat- 
tress covers, cement blocks, brick, burial vaults. Nursery; bottling works ; hatch- 
ery. Farming. Beans, peas, tomatoes. 
Chronicle-^ ............................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1878 8 24 294 2.50 7,939 

G. Marshall Townsend, Editor; Milford Chronicle Publishing Co., Inc. 

MILTON (D5V 2 ), pop. 1,321; Sussex Co. (S). 70 m S of Wilmington. PA RR. 
Manufactures buttons, hosiery, garments, pork products and jobber meats, 
flour, poultry, feed. Canneries, hatcheries. Nursery. Cold storage plant. Poultry, 
dairy farms. 
Towncrier-f .............................. Friday ............. Independent ....... 1947 7 24 280 2.00 1,020 

Thomas S. Hughes, Editor and Publisher, Union Street. 

NEWARK (B2), pop. 6,781; New Castle Co. (N). 15 m SW of Wilmington. B&O; 

PA RRs. University of Delaware. Manufactures fibre and fibre products, paper, 

chemical containers, auto wheels, concrete blocks, buttons, paper. Hatchery; 

nursery. Agriculture. Corn, wheat, apples. 
Post-f ....................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1910 8 24 294 2.00 3,100 

W. H. Waggaman, Jr., Editor; Newark Post Inc., Pub., 14-16 Thompson Lane. 
Review-f V ............................... Friday ............. Collegiate ........... 1882 5 24 210 xS.OO J2,500 

Students of University of Delaware, Editor and Publisher. 

NEW CASTLE (C2), pop. 5,896; New Castle Co. (N). On Delaware River, 6 m S of 
Wilmington. PA RR. Manufactures fibre products, steel castings, furnaces, 
chemicals, cement blocks. Aircraft plant; refineries. 
Gazette -f .................................. Friday ............. Independent ....... 1938 5 24 220 8.00 2,200 

Nicholas Mclntire, Editor and Publisher, No. 1 Delaware St. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
8 P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn: (Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated, f Uses Mats. <<> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V A gate lines, 14 to inch. fCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription Included in membership fee. 

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Estab ColsO Width? Depth Sub 

REHOBOTH BEACH (E5%). pop. 1,794; Sussex Co. (S). 88 m S of Wilmington. 
Railroad station, Rehoboth. PA RR. Airline, AAA. Manufactures concrete 
products, garments. Canneries. Shore resort. Agriculture. Poultry, fruit farms. 

Delaware Coast Press-}- Thursday Independent 1899 8 24 280 2.50 

Circulates also in Lewes. 

Milton K. Fried, Editor; Fried Publishing Co., Inc. 

SEAFORD (C6), pop. 8,087; Sussex Co. (S). On Nanticoke River, 20 m N of Salisbury, 
Md. PA RR. Manufactures nylon, baskets, boxes, crates, concrete blocks, buttons, 
feed, shirts, pajamas. Fruit, vegetables, oysters packed; ships poultry. Diversi- 
fied farming. 

Leader-News -f- Friday Independent 1891 8 24 280 2.50 

W. Wright Robinson, Editor and Publisher. 

SELBYVILLE (E7), pop. 1,086; Sussex Co. (S). 24 m NE of Salisbury, Md. PA RR. 
Lumber mills; nurseries; hatchery; live poultry dressing plant. Pine, oak 
timber. Agriculture. Broilers, strawberries, blueberries. 
Broiler Journal and Peninsula! ~. Wrt f Broiler 1941 5 24 210 1.00 

Broiler Journal-h Jbemi-mo | (Chicken)Ind. Controlled free dist. 

Distributed free to broiler industry on the Del-Mar- Va Peninsula. 

F. R. Grapperhaus, Editor; Peninsula Broiler Journal, Publisher, Hancock St. 

Delmarva News -f- Thursday Independent 1936 5 24 210 3.00 

F. Ralph Grapperhaus, Publisher. 

SMYRNA <C3), pop. 2,346; Kent Co. (C). 35 m S of Wilmington. PA RR. Manu- 
factures milk coolers, fertilizers, underwear, shirts. Fruit, poultry, grain farms. 

Times + Thursday Independent 1854 7 24 280 2.00 

Kenneth D. Smith, Editor; Smyrna Times, Publisher, 27-29 Commerce St. 

WILMINGTONf (Cl%), pop. 110,356 ; New Castle Co. (N). On Delaware River at junc- 
tion of Christiana and Brandy wine Rivers, 25 m SW of Philadelphia. Four-lane 
bridge to Deepwater, Salem Co., New Jersey. B&O; PA; READ RRs. Airlines: 
AAA; AA; EAL. Port of entry and important trading center. 

Manufactures chemicals, explosives, leather and leather products, tanning 
Milton K. Fried, Editor; Fried Publishing Co., Inc. 

extract, cork and floor products, ships, textiles, malleable iron, car wheels, cast- 
ings, rubber hose, vulcanized fibre, tile, glazed kid. Cotton bleaching and finish- 
ing; automobile assembly; oil refinery; yacht, barge and ship building, rainway 
car building and repairing: copper smelting; meat packing. Nino banks; bank 
clearings (1957), $917,557,716; debits (1957), $6,484,056,135. 27,250 electric 
(AC) meters; 26,550 gas (artif.) meters; 38,000 telephones. TV station. 
Bulletin of the American } 

Society of Newspaper [Monthly Newsp. Eds 3 24 126 2.50 

Editors J 

Not issued during July. 

Frederic G. Pitts, Editor; American Society of Newspaper Editors, Publisher, 

Box 1053 (99). 

2 34 126 x5.00 



28 140 1.50 
Controlled circ. 



27 140 
Controlled circ. 



Circ 



3,665 



2,695 



4,366 



*2,170 



$475 



>8,858 



tl,575 



. Monthly .......... Medical .............. 1910 

Medical Society of Delaware, Publisher, 621 Delaware Ave. 
Explosives Engineer ................ Bi-monthly ..... {$* Const/ 923 

Hercules Powder Co., Publisher, 612 Delaware Trust Bldg. (99). 
First State Gasoline Dealer l Mrt - f ui-. [Serv. Sta. 1953 

News-f- ............................... ^Monthly .......... j Trade 

Combined issues for Jan.-Feb., June-July, Nov. -Dec. 

Richard E. Hardesty, Editor; Delaware Gasoline Dealers Assn., Publisher, 

P. O Box 585 
Journal-Every Evening -f ....... Evg. ex. Sun...Independent ....... 1871 8 22 29821.84*^70,888 

News-f ...................................... Morn.ex.Sun...Independent ....... 1880 8 22 298 21.84 **30,477 

Color advertising accepted. 

News-Journal Co., Publisher (99). 
Record ....................................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1946 B 24 224 2.00 

J. J. Perling, Editor; Wilmington Record Co., Publisher, P. O. Box 326. 
Suburban News ........................ Friday ............. Independent ....... 1939 5 24 224 2.00 2,100 

Kenneth A. Homer, Editor and Publisher, 101 S. DuPont Road. 






Circulation A- * Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
8P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. <3> Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Population 802,178 (U. S. Census, 1960) 
(For map see Maryland) 

The District of Columbia, is enclosed by the state of Maryland and is bounded on the west 
by the Potomac River, which separates it from the state of Virginia. Its land area is 62 square 
miles. 

It is the seat of the Federal Government of the United States and most of its activities center 
around the departments of the Government. These divisions are housed in spacious and attractive 
buildings that give the city distinction, invite the inspection of an enormous number of visitors, 
and add to the beauty of a place which abounds in trees, flowers and natural scenery as well ag 
charm of layout. Across the Potomac there are additional sights that draw the attention of those 
who visit the District: Arlington, the National Cemetery, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, 
Mt. Vernon and Alexandria, all rich in national and historical interest. Industrial activity has 
been primarily for local consumption. 

The Potomac, which flows into Chesapeake Bay, is navigable and wide and deep enough to 
accommodate large vessels. Washington is the chief railway stopping point en route between 
North and South. The Weather Bureau gives the temperature (annual monthly mean) of the city 
as 55.8; highest on record as 106; lowest, 15; total annual precipitation as 41.11 inches. 

POPULATION 

Rank among the states (1950), thirty-sixth. In 1950, of the 802,178 total population, 518,147 
were white; 284,031 were non- white. 

AGRICULTURE 

The city limits of Washington, including Georgetown, cover the entire District. The District 
is almost entirely urban with relatively little land left for further development. In 1950 the census 
reported 28 farms averaging 45.2 acres. Average value per farm, $48,871. Attention is devoted 
chiefly to floriculture, truck growing and dairying. Ice cream production in 1957 was 6,222,000 
gallons; ice cream mix, 2,372,000 gallons. 

MANUFACTURES 

Statistics for 1954: value added by manufacture $158,052,000. Leading industry groups: 
printing and publishing, food and kindred products, paper and allied products. Total expendi- 
tures for new plant and new equipment, $6,550,000. 

Final figures for value added by manufacture in each of the leading industry groups are avail- 
able through Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Number of telephones (1-1-58), 581,400. Motor vehicles registered (Sept. 1958, est.), 195,000. 
One post office (1957). Number of retail stores (1954), 6,730; sales, $1,217,853,000. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL STATISTICS 

Newspapers Periodicals 

Period of Issue Number Period of Issue Number 

Daily 8 Daily 2 

Evening Dailies (2) Semi-weekly 1 

Morning Dailies (1) Weekly 60 

Daily, with Sunday edition (2) Fortnightly 6 

Semi-weekly 1 Semi-monthly 7 

Weekly 5 Monthly 162 

Free or partly free dist. wklies (1) Bi-monthly 36 

Fortnightly 2 Quarterly 63 

Three times a year 1 

Total Newspapers 11 Five times a year 3 

Six ti. during academic yr 1 

Six times a year 1 

Eight times a year 3 

Irregular 1 

Five ti. during academic yr 3 

Eight ti. during academic yr... 1 

Nine times a year 1 

Total Periodicals 352 

Total number of publications 363 

For circulation figures for dally papers see also Daily Newspaper List in back of Directory. Occasionally It is 
possible to incorporate a later figure in that list. 



WASHINGTON (F5), pop. 802,178. Capital of the United States. On Potomac River 
(nav.), 38 m from Baltimore, 136 from Philadelphia, 234 from New York, 104 m 
from Richmond. RF&P; C&O; B&O; W&OD; PA; SOU RRs. Airlines: AA; AAA; 
PA ; BNF; CAP; DAL; EAL; NWA; NAL; NE; PAT; TWA; UAL. Five bridges to 
suburban cities, Arlington and Alexandria in Virginia. 

About 88% of Washington workers are employed by the Federal or District 
Government. United States Capitol and other Government buildings; National 
Cathedral. Has some of the finest libraries, museums, art galleries, historical 
shrines and memorials in the world. Draws a large number of tourists each year. 
Printing and publishing houses; bakery products, ice cream, sausage, meat 
pudding, head cheese, beverages, chemical, lumber, paper, paint, steel, textile, 
concrete products manufactured. Fifteen banks; bank clearings (12-31-57), 
$7,149,229,318; deposits (12-31-57), $1,403.334,000. 208,957 electric meters; 
180,010 gas meters; 609,828 telephones. George Washington, Georgetown, 
American Catholic Universities; Howard University, many other educational 
institutions. Four TV stations. 

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WASHINGTON (Continued) Estab Co I $<S> Width? Depth Sub Eire 

A AUP Bulletin ........................ Quarterly ........ Educational ....... 1915 1 62 102x3.60 38,900 

William P. Fidler, Editor; American Assn. of University Professors, Publisher, 

1785 Massachusetts Ave., N. W. (6). 
Ad-Clubber ............................... Tuesday .......... Advertising ....... 1948 8 28 188 

Irv Lichtenstein, Ed.; Advertising Club of Washington, 
Publisher, 1627 K St., N. W. (6). 



F. D. Nichol, Editor; Review and Herald Pub. Assn., Takoma Park Sta. (12). 

-p 10 A m . e * ic f n dv) } Monthl y .......... Labor ................. 1894 8 26 14 2 - 

GOTffe n Meany. Editor";'AFL-CIO. Publisher, 815 16th St., N. W. (6). 
AFL-CIO News + ................... Saturday ......... Labor ................. 1965 5 24 222 2.00 

Saul Miller, Editor; AFL-CIO, Publisher, 816 16th St., N. W. (6). 

Afro- American + (Negro) ..... Tues. & Sat ...... Independent ...... 19S3 8 2 | at urd\ y 

Mrs. Frances M. Wood, Ed.; Afro- American Co., Pub., 1800 llth St., N. W. (1). 
dO 1 Reacarch JMonthly .......... Agric. Res .......... 1952 8 26 119 1.00 

Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Publisher (26). 

.'! ........... }"onthly .......... {^j^* 1 182 2 108 - 50 

Jack L. Flowers, Editor; Agricultural Marketing Service, U. S. Dept. of 

Agriculture, Publisher (25). 
Ahepan, The ............................. Quarterly ........ Fraternal ........... 1929 8 28 140 xl.OO 30,000 

George Dimas, Editor ; Order of Ahepa, Publisher, 2 40 140 

1420 K St., N. W. (6). 

A. I. B. S. Bulletin ................... 5 ti. a yr .......... [fcte^es* 1 1951 3 26 15 x2<0 17 ' 181 

Ileen E. Stewart, Editor; American Institute of Biological Sciences, Publisher, 

2000 P St., N. W. (6). 

A, r*,,. iti *M f Air Cargo 1957 3 27 14010.00 *2,060 

Air Cargo ................................. Monthly ......... 1 Tran8IK>rta . n Controlled free dist. $6,186 

American Aviation Publications, Inc., 1001 Vermont Ave., N. W. 

AI ifriM.0 M+KK IU.S.A.F. 1946 8 26 140 4.00 

Air Force .................................. Monthly .......... { Service 2 40 140 

Prints bound-in section called Space Digest. 
James H. Straubel, Editor; Air rorce Assn., Publisher, 
Mills Bldg., 17th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. (6). 

Air Force Times ...................... Saturday ......... jservfc'f' l942 5 24 20 6 ' 00 * 113 330 

Published in four editions : Domestic, Pacific, European and Veterans. 

See also Army Times, Navy Times. 

Army Times Publishing Co., 2020 M St., N. W. (6). 

All Hands ................................. .Monthly .......... Naval Ints ......... 1922 3 25 130 2.25 $10,000 

Cmdr. F. C. Huntley U.S.N., Ed., Navy Dept., Pub. (25). Controlled free dist. $100,000 

Allied Youth ............................. Quarterly ........ Educational ....... 1931 2 26 102 1.26 13,500 

Not issued during July and August. Controlled free dist. 5,000 

Michael J. Gramlich Editor; Allied Youth, Inc., Publisher, 1709 M St., N. W. (6). 



Monthly .......... Higher Ed .......... 1933 3 28 133 x4.00 

Not issued during January, June, July and August. 
Jean Dinwoodey, Editor; The American Alumni Council, Publishers, 
1785 Massachusetts Ave., N. W. (6). 



. 1847 l 44 96 4 ' 00 * 8 ' 000 

Powrie V. Doctor, Editor; Executives of American Schools for Deaf, Publishers, 
(Gallaudet College) (2). 

[Historians 
American Archivist, The ........ Quarterly ....... ) Archivists & 1937 1 54 99x7.00 1,200 

[Librarians 

G. Philip Bauer, Editor; Society of American Archivists, Publishers, 
The National Archives (25). 

1937 3 27 140 6.00 
American Aviation ................... Bi-weekly ........ Aviation ............ Qualified paid >28,815 

Controlled circ. >8,565 
W. W. Parrish, Ed.; American Aviation Publ'ns., 1001 Vermont Ave., N. W. (6). 

Al l^i?w..?!!!!!*??!!*!!^!. J^onthly .......... Catholic .............. 1889 1 48 112 6.00 $5,712 

Monsignor Joseph C. Fenton, Editor; Catholic University of America Press, 

Publisher, 620 Michigan Ave., N. E. (17). 
American Engineer .................. Monthly .......... Engineering ....... 1930 3 27 140 3.00 >43,496 

K. E. Trombley, Editor; National Society of Professional Engineers, Publishers, 

2029 K Street, N. W. (6). 
American Fern Journal ........... Quarterly ........ Fern & Allies ..... 1911 1 42 84x2.35 $900 

C. V. Morton, Smithsonian Inst., Editor and Publisher (25). 
American Forests -f ................ Monthly .......... Forest Conserv.. 1898 3 28 140x6.00 2&,10O 

James B. Craig, Ed. ; The American Forestry Assn., Pub., 919 17th St., N. W. (6). 

^no C M!f. h ^?: 8 . .............. JQvarterly ........ {gJgjT* 7 1921 3 27 149 2.00 6,000 

A. E. Johnson, Editor V American Assn. of State Highway Officials, Publisher, 

917 National Press Bldg. (4). 
American Institute of Biological Sciences Bulletin see A.I.B.S. Bulletin. 



Circulation **Sept A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; JPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated, -f Uses Mats. ^Nonpareil 
em*. 12 to inch. ? Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat PopulationI 950 Census. xRand McNallj 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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112 40.00 



WASHINGTON (Continued) Ertib Coli0 Width V Depth Sub 

Law*** f Inter " JQuarterly Internat. Law.... 1906 1 58 101 x7.50 

Board of Eds., American Society of International Law, Publisher, 
1826 Jefferson Place, N. W. (6). 

~,. w ,rfy +?..!?. JMonthly Physiology 1898 2 82 

* Dr/M" O. Lee',' Editor -'American Physiological Society, Publisher, 

9650 Wisconsin Ave. (14). 

(American Junior Red Cross \ M nnthi v [Amer. Jr. 

Journal V (no adv.) {Monthly [Red Cross 
Not issued during June, July, August, September. 
American Junior Red Cross Ivf^fuiv fAmer. Jr. 

NewsV (no adv.) fwontmy j Red Cross 
Not issued during June, July, August and September. 
Lois S. Johnson, Editor; Jr. Red Cross, American Nat'l Red Cross, Pub. (18). 

American Motorist-f Monthly Motor Travel 1909 8 28 140 x2.50 

Walter Whiteley Hubbard, Editor; American Automobile Association, Publisher, 
1712 G St., N. W. (6). 

American Observer(no adv.)..Monday [fo^H S* Stud's 19S1 4 28 298 2 ' 

Clay Coss, Editor; Civic Educ. Service, Pub., i?33 K St., N. W. (6). 

An Rev^w+ litiCalSCienCe Quarterly [oo'vernment 1906 l 64 105x10 - 00 

Harvey C. Mans Held, Editor, American Political Science Assn., Publisher, 

1726 Massachusetts Ave., N. W. (6). 
American Products 1 [Electronics, io KK 

Magazine-f (Eng.. Fr. [Monthly {Aviation, 195D 

and Span.) J [Nucleonics 

Not distributed in U. S. and Iron Curtain Countries. 
John T. Hopper, Editor and Publisher, 2725 29th St. (8). 

American Psychologist Monthly Psychology 1946 2 86 

Roger W. Russell, Editor; American Psychological Assn., Publisher, 
1383 16th St., N. W. (6). 

American Rifleman + Monthly {^ho^tSJg* 1885 3 2T 

National Rifle Assn., 1600 Rhode Island Ave. (6). 
American Road Builder -f K,__.i_,._ r_j THJ-, 1923 3 25 



Clrt 
$4,200 

2,133 



1925 2 38 133 xl.OO $150,000 
1919 2 38 133 xl.OO 500,000 

118,395 

$6,557 



27 140 7.00 
Controlled circ. 



122 xS.OO 



20,318 
16,280 



143 x5.00 355,011 



nencan rtoaa uuuaer-f \.\g* *v,i D^A TJI^ AZO o &o 140 6.00 5,793 

(offset) J Monthly Road Bldg Controlled free dist. 4,409 

James T. Jenkins, Jr., Editor; American Road Builders Assn., Publisher, 
World Center Bldg. (6). 

American Scholar Quarterly Gen. Non-fict 1932 2 31 112 4.00 12,300 

Hiram Haydn, Editor; United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, Publisher, 
1811 Q St., N. W. (9). 

126 X5.00 2,021 



133 xl.50 6,700 
N. W. (6). 

224 x3.00 2,000 
N. W. (6). 

140 x3.00 1:35,778 

140 



130 3.00 



y Assn. Exec's 1949 2 89 

Glenn B. San berg, Editor; Amer. Soc. of Assn. Executives, Publisher, 
Associations Bldg. (6). 

American Statistician 5 ti. a yr {fnterest* 1 1947 2 24 

Morris Hamburg, Ed.; American Statistical Assn., Pub., 1757 K St., 

An Sg]S+ T v' niVer8ity / Wednesday Collegiate 1925 5 24 

Students'of 'American'University, Editors and Publishers, 1901 F St., 

American Vocational Journal.. .Monthly Voca. Educ 1925 3 27 

Not issued during June, July and August. 2 41 

M. D. Mobley, Editor ; American Vocational Assn., Inc., Publisher, 
1010 Vermont Ave., N. W. (5). 

American Weekend, The See Army Times. 

Americas (no adv.) Monthly (LftVand'ccfm. 1949 2 40 

Printed in three editions: English Ed.. Spanish Ed., Portuguese Ed. 
Kathleen Walker, Editor; Pan American Union, Publisher, 
19th St. and Constitution Ave., N. W. (6). 

Americas, The-f Quarterly { cJdt^HiTt. 1944 1 5T 

Mathias Kiemen, Mgn. Ed., Academy of American Francisan History, 
5401 W. Cedar Lane (14). 

Analytical Chemistry Monthly Chemistry 1928 3 26 

Lawrence T. Hallett, Ed. ; American Chemical Soc., Pub., 1 156 16th St., 
Annals of the Assn. of 1 

American Geographers ^Quarterly Geography 1911 2 34 

Dr. Walter M.Koiimorgan, Editor; Assn. of American Geographers, 
Library of Congress (25). 



112 6 ' 00 
Publisher, 



$525 



140 5.00 *24,937 
N. W. (6). 



115x10.00 
Publisher, 



$2,800 



cy oe lo *y ....... 1908 2 86 

The EntomologicafSociety of America, Publisher, 1530 P St., N. W. 



62x15.00 $1,900 
(5). 



it te ... ........ a 

Fernando Hazera, Editor ; Dept. of International Law, Publisher, 
Pan American Union (6). 



Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; JPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. ^Nonpareil 
BIS. 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. yi*'tied only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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WASHINGTON (Continued) Estab Cols<E> Width V Depth Sub 

Anthropoloilca! Quarter* Quarterly {*%* 1928 ^^ 9^ 3.00 

Dr. Regina Flannery Herzfeld, Editor; Catholic University of America Press, 
Publisher, 620 Michigan Ave., N. E. (17). 

Arkansas Traveler Monthly I Community 1939 4 28 178 

Mrs. Isabel Thompson, Editor; I News Controlled free dist. 

Arkansas Avenue Community Assn., Publisher, 1384 Farragut St. (11). 
Armed Forces Chemical 1 R . Wrtr , fV ,i w ^u oi 1946 8 27 140 x6.00 

Journal jBi-monthly Chemicals 2 4Q 140 

Col. John C. Mac Arthur, Editor; Armed Forces Chemical Assn. Publisher, 
2026 Eye St., N. W. (6). 

Armed Forces Management....Monthly Military 1954 3 |J ^ 3>5 

C. W. Borklund, Ed; Professional Services Pub'g Co., 1001 Vermont Ave., N. W. 

Armor (no adv.) Bi-monthly Armor 1888 3 26 140x4.75 

William H. Zierdt, Jr., Editor; U. S. Armor Assn., Publisher, 1767 K St. (6). 

Army Monthly Military 1904 8 28 142 5.00 

Lt. Gen. Walter L. Weible, Editor; Assn. of U. S. Army, Publisher, 
1529 18th St., N. W. (6). 

'* ~ ^es 1863 4 27 17 7 ' 50 

,ir Force Journal, Inc., Publisher, 

ied 1879 



Circ 
$460 
$124 



$500 
4,091 



t7,000 
54,292 

*26,2fi7 



* 14,038 
5,904 



LeRoy Whitman, Editor; Army, Navy, 

1710 Connecticut Ave., N. W. (9). 
Army-Navy-Air Force lc.*,,,.,i v f Armed 1879 3 36 180 6.50 

Register jfeaturaay \Services Total unpaid dist. 

George S. Carll, Jr., Ed.; Army and Navy Pub. Co., Inc., 511 llth St., N. W. (4). 

Army Reservist-M no adv.). ...Monthly Military 1954 3 24 120 

Maj. Frederic S. Otis, Editor; Dept. of Army, Publisher, Controlled free dist. 1 15 1,000 

AR&ROTC, D/A (26) 

Army Times-f- Saturday U. S. Army 1940 5 24 200 5.50*142,169 

Published in 5 editions: Domestic, European, Pacific, Reserve-National Guard 
and Veterans Publishes American Weekend, The, in Frankfort, Germany, Sat- 
urday for European distribution, Circ., 40,000. 
Also prints Air Force Times, Navy Times. 
Melvin Ryder, Editor; Army Times, Publisher, 2020 M St., N. W. (6). 

Art in Education 9 ti. a yr Art. Educa'n 1948 2 36 116x2.00 

Dr. Ralph G. Bulke, Editor; The National Art Education Assn., Publisher, 
1201 16th St. N. W. (6). 

Atlantic Naturalist Quarterly { cSSLe^nfion m6 2 26 101 

Shirley A. Briggs, Editor; Audubon Society of District of Columbia, Inc., Pub- 
lisher, Box 202, Benjamin Franklin Station (4). 
Atomic Industry Reporter See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 



$5,000 



1,249 



Audio- Visual Communica- lr^*^i fAud. -Vis. IQKO i KI QR A nn 

tion Review-!- (no adv.).... / Quarterly 1 Education 1953 J B4 98 4 ' 

Wm. H. Allen, Editor; Dept. of Audio-Visual Instruction, National Educa- 
tion Assn., Publisher, 1201 16th St., N. W. (6). 

Audio- Visual Instruction -fV.. Monthly Educational 1956 3 27 136 4.00 

Anne L. Hyer, Editor; Dept. of Audio- Visual Instruction of the National 
Education Assn. of the U. S., Publisher, 1201 16th St., N. W. (6). 

Baseball Magazine-}- 8 ti. a yr Baseball 1908 3 28 134 2.50 

Sydney S. Haimes, Editor and Publisher,_Washington Bldg. (5). 

1 80 112 

National Bureau of Standards, U. S. Gov't Printing Office. Publisher (25). 

1923 2 26 105 1.00 
Controlled free dist. 

June-July, August-Sept, issues combined. 
Santford Martin, Editor; Amer. Potash Institute, Pub., 1102 16th St., N. W. (6). 



2.100 



3,281 



Better Crops with Plant W^fui^ A^in,,ifr 

Food ..... .. ............................ f Monthly .......... Agriculture 



" }% oni 
.).. [ No a 



ni * ly .......... Sanitation .......... 1922 2 82 117 6.00 

(Span., Port.. Fr.. Eng.).. o adv - 

Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Publisher, 1501 New Hampshire Ave., N. W. (6). 
n^ * ,, M^ V (Radio-TV 1831 3 27 140 11.00 

Broadcasting ............................ Monday ........... j Advertising Total unpaid dist. 

Sol Taishoff, Ed.; Broadcasting Publications, Inc., 1735 De Sales St., N. W. (6). 



1Qa o an 1/in 
1987 3 80 14 



Bulletin of the Washington!.- ,,1 fConstruction 

Building Congress f Montniy ^ Industry 

Nancy E. Urmston, Editor; Washington Building Congress, Publisher, 

1022 20th St., N. W. (6). 
Bureau of National Affairs 1 C Current Legal, 

Publications (no adv.) f } Labor & Econ. 

Comprised of Atomic Industry Reporter (weekly) ; Collective Bargaining Nego- 
tiations and Contracts (bi-weekly) ; Construction Labor Report (weekly) ; 
Daily Labor Report; Daily Report for Executives: Export Shipping Manual 
(weekly) ; Government Security and Loyalty (monthly) ; Import and Exchange 
Controls (weekly); Labor Policy and Practice (weekly); Labor Relations 
Reporter (semi-weekly) ; Modern Management (bi-weekly) ; Retail Labor 
Report (weekly); Service Labor Report (weekly); Union Labor Report 
(weekly) ; The United States Law Week (weekly) ; The United States Patents 
Quarterly (weekly) : White Collar Report (weekly). 
Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Publisher, 1231 Twenty-fourth St., N. W. (7). 



947 
25,553 



* 20 ,258 
1,172 



n,50o 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statement!; SA-B-C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -(-Use* Mats. ^Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. fCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fee. 

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WASHINGTON (Continued) Estali Cols^ Width V Depth Sub Gift 

Business Education Forum Monthly Busi. Educ 1947 2 41 140x6.00 $7,059 

Not issued during June, July, Aug., Sept. 

Hollis P. Guy, Editor; United Business Education Assn., Publisher, 
1201 Sixteenth St., N. W. (6). 

m t 

$900 



Business Service Checklist Weekly 



Business School Executive....Quarterly [EducT" 1946 2 28 107 * 2 - 00 

H. D. Hopkins, Editor; Nat'l Assn. and Council of Business Schools, Publisher. 
2400 16th St., N. W. (9). 

[Index of releases, 
reports and 1946 2 38 126 1.25 

printed data for Controlled free dist. 

bus. & tech. men. 
U. S. Department of Commerce, Office of Publications, Publisher (25). 

1937 3 23 128 

Controlled free dist. 

William F. Reynolds, Ed.; Calcium Chloride institute, Pub., 909 Ring Bldg. (6). 

Cathedral Age Quarterly JAmedArt* 1925 2 40 12 x3 ' 00 

Elizabeth Thompson, Editor; National Cathedral Assn., Pub., Mt. St. Alban (16). 
Catholic Educational Review..Monthly Cath. Educ 1911 1 48 98 5.00 

Not issued during June, July and August. 

Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. A. Gorham, Editor; Catholic Education Press, Publisher, 

Catholic University of America (17). 
Catholic Historical Review Quarterly Cath. Histor'l.... 1915 1 53 93 5.00 

Subscription included in Amer. Cath. Historical Assn. membership fee. 

Rt. Rev. J. T. Ellis, Editor; Catholic University of America Press, Publisher (17). 

Catholic Nurse Quarterly fETterest 6 " 1952 2 

Dorothy N. Kelly, Editor; National Council of Catholic Nurses, Publisher, 
1312 Massachusetts Ave. (5). 

Catholic Standard + Friday Religious 1951 5 23 224 4.00 

Carroll Publishing Co., 1711 N St., N. W. (6). 



$3,473 

1504 



$15,000 



$8,900 



$3,430 



$1,726 



94 2.00 23,452 



gnomics & 1947 2 83 124 6.00 

W. M. Kiplinger, Editor; Kiplinger Washington Editors, Inc., Publisher, 
1729 H St., N. W. (6). 

1Q44. 9 9K Q1 2 00 

Chaplain, The (no adv.) Bi-monthly Religious iy ** Controlled free dist. 

Julia A. Lacy, Editor; The General Commission on Chaplains and Armed 

Forces Personnel, Publisher, 122 Maryland Ave., N. E. (2). 
Chemical Abstracts (no adv.). .Semi-mo Chemistry 1907 2 36 119350.00 

E. J. Crane, Editor; American Chemical Society, Pub., 1155 16th St., N. W. (6). 

Chemical and Engineering l rtr ,j QU pVioTwUtrv 192S 3 26 14 6 - 

News .....} Monday Chemistry Total unpaid dist. 

Richard L. Kenyon, Ed.; American Chemical Soc., Pub., 1155 16th St., N. W. (6). 

Chemistry 8 ti. a yr Chem'y, Gen'1....1926 2 24 90 4.00 

Watson Davis, Editor; Science Service Inc., Publisher, 1719 N St., N. W. (6). 

Childhood Education V Monthly Educational 1924 2 86 112 4.50 

Not issued during June, July and August. 

Margaret Rasmussen, Editor: Assn. for Childhood Education International, Pub., 
1200 Fifteenth St., N. W. (5). 

Christianity Today + {Ik.* 1 * Religious 1W8 2* 41 140 6 ' 

Carl F. H. Henry, Editor; Christianity Today, Publisher, Washington Bldg.. 
15th and "G" Sts., N. W. (5). 

Cigar Makers' Official 1 Monthly Labor 1877 8 28 119 1.00 

Journal (no adv.) [Free to members. 

Mario Azpeitia, Editor; Cigar Makers' International Union, Publisher, 
604 Carpenters Bldg. (1). 

JMonthly {Employees 6 24 214 2 ' 00 

Canal Zone Edition) ) ..,., 

Don Q. Palmer Editor; The Civil Service Reporter, Publisher, 
Room 836, Warner Bldg., 501 13th St.. N. W. (4). 

Clubwoman, The Monthly Women's Clubs.,1897 3 26 140 1.00 

Not issued June, July, August. .,._ ui- i_ 

Mrs Mary M. Taylor, Editor; Gen'l Fed'n of Women's Clubs, Publisher. 
1734 NSt., N. W. (6). 

Coal Utilization .Monthly Coal Uses 1947 8 27 140 

William Bradbury, Editorial Director; Mechanization, 2 41 140 

Inc., Publisher, 1120 Munsey Bldg. (4). Controlled circ. 

Collective Bargaining Negotiations and Contracts See Bureau of National Affairs 

Publications. 
_ , _, . f Work of 

Congressional Digest JMonthly ^Congress 1921 2 42 140 8.50 

< no adv -> ' (Pros & Cons 

Combined issue June-July and August-September. 

A. G. Robinson, Editor and Publisher, 1631 K St. N. W. (6). 



42,323 



$59 
$3,791 



16,638 

*90,915 
2,724 

5,198 

17,377 



163,271 



$3,500 



>14,672 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement: *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. ^Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSuhscription included in membership fee. 

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Sub 



24 
50 



224 1.00 
90 25.00 



WASHINGTON (Continued) Estab Cols <S> Width V Depth 

Construction Labor Report See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 

^SSSWSS?.^:..!^..}*"'*" 1 ' ........ Conduction ...... J '<><> 

Construction Specifications Institute, Inc., Publisher, 

1520 Eighteenth St., N. W. (6). 
Constructor, The ...................... Monthly .......... Construction ...... 1919 8 27 140 5.00 

W. G. Dooly, Jr., Editor ; The Constructor, Inc., Publisher, Controlled circ. 

20th and E Sts., N. W. (6). 

Consumer Finance News ......... Monthly .......... (plnanS*' 1916 8 26 14 x2 ' 50 

Paul L. Selby, Ed.; Nat'l Consumer Finance Assn., Pub., 315 Bowen Bids. (5). 
Contemporary Psychology ..... Monthly .......... Psychology ........ 1956 3 26 124 xg.OO 

Edwin G. Boring, Editor; American Psychological Association, Publisher, 

1333 Sixteenth St., N. W. (6). 
County Officer .......................... Monthly .......... County Gov't ..... 1937 8 26 133 6.00 

July, August edition combined. 

Bernard F. Hillenbrand, Editor; National Assn. of County Officials, Publisher, 

1001 Connecticut Ave., N. W. (6). 
Courier See Courier (Negro), Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Courier + .................................. Friday ............. Independent ....... 1945 5 

Josephine Brewster, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 6721 (20). 
Current Contents (offset) ...... .Semi-mo ......... Management ....... 1956 1 

Eugene Garfteld, Editor and Publisher, 1218 16th St., N. W. (6). 
Dally Labor Report See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 
Daily Report for Executives See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 

.. ^'"" 1892 2 30 " 2 2 - 

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Publisher, 

1776 DSt., N. W. (6). 
Dealers News (offset) ............. Monthly .......... Auto Dealers ...... 1949 3 26 137 x 

Val T. Jones, Editor; National Independent Automobile Dealers Assn., Publisher, 
Room 301, 1413 K St., N. W. (5). 

Democratic Digest (no adv.). .Monthly .......... {pjb* Affairs 1953 3 27 132 1 ' 00 

Official organ of Democratic National Committee. 

Samuel C. Brightman, Editor and Publisher, 1001 Connecticut Ave., N. W. (6). 
n . . w . , - ,v ^ .,. f International 1949 4 24 158 5.00 

Diplomat (offset) ..................... Monthly .......... } Society Controlled free dist. 

Hope Ridings Miller, Editor; Roy St. Lewis, Publisher, 1379 National Press Bldg. 
Economic Outlook .................... Monthly .......... Labor ................. 1939 2 41 188 1.50 

Congress of Industrial Organizations, Dept. of Education and Research, Publisher, 

718 Jackson Place, N. W. (6). 
Educational Leadership V-f... Monthly .......... Educational ....... 1931 2 30 107x4.50 

Robert R. Leeper, Editor; Assn. for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 

National Education Assn., Publisher, 1201 Sixteenth St., N. W. (6). 

EUctronic Advertiser-,- ......... .Monthly .......... {gSi? "" ' Sontr^fed '.i 

Phillip Van Heusen, Editor; Bill West, Publisher, P. O. Box 784 (4). 

Estadistica (Journal of the 1 

Inter- American Statistica L 

Institute) (Span., Eng., f 

Port. & French) ............... J 

Organization of American States, Publisher, Pan American Union ( 6 ) . 
Exceptional Children V ............ Monthly .......... Education .......... 1934 2 85 118x4.00 

Ivan K. Garrison, Editor ; International Council for Exceptional Children, 

Publisher, 1201 Sixteenth St., N. W. (6). 
Export Shipping Manual See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 

(Agriculture, 1930 3 26 121 1.00 
" j Home Econ. Controlled free dist. 

>n Service, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, 
Publisher, South Bldg. (25). 
Federal Bar Journal, The ....... Quarterly ........ Law .................... 1931 1 72 112x5.00 

Federal Bar Association, Publisher, 1737 H St., N. W. 
Federal Employee + ................ Monthly .......... Civil Service ..... .1917 8 28 140 x 

Vaux Owen, Editor; National Federation of Federal Employees, Publisher, 

1729 G St., N. W. (6). 
Federal Probation lo^f^i v fCorrection & 1986 2 40 126 

(no adv.) ............................ Quarterly ........ \ Rehabilitation Controlled free dist. 

Also distributed in over 65 foreign countries. 
Administrative Office of the United States Courts, Publisher, 

Supreme Court Bldg. (25). 
Federation Proceedings -f- ...... Quarterly ........ Exper. Biology.. 1942 2 32 115 xS.OO 

Dr. M. O. Lee, Ed.; Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 
Publisher, 9650 Wisconsin Ave. (14). 

Foreign Agriculture ................ Monthly .......... Aric .................. 193 ^roV] ISee dill 

Foreign Agricultural Service, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Publisher (25). 

P (?o*advT ........... Foreign Com ...... 1898 3 28 138 4.50 

U. S. Department of Commerce, Publisher (25). 



f Inter- Amer. 
........ I Statistics 



1943 2 26 101 3.00 
Controlled free dist. 



Extension Service Review 1 M ^ 4.1,, \i 

(no adv.) jMonthly n 

Edward H. Roche, Editor; Extension 



25,000 
3,000 



8,105 



$16,692 



*808 
t566 



12,800 



$16,000 



16,600 



*13,000 



1:12,902 



$970 

J4,000 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A. B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn: tPublisher'a Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. <J> Nonpareil 
em. 12 to Inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
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WASHINGTON (Continued) 

fU. S. For'gn 

Foreign Service Journal -f Monthly <Serv. & State 

IDept. 



Estab Coll <*> Width VDiplh Sub 
1919 2 42 184 x4.00 



27 112 x2.00 
Controlled circ. 



American Foreign Service Assn., Publisher, 1908 G St., N. W. (6). 
Foreman's Digest Monthly Ind'l Mgmt 19B1 Contr ^ 9 lle d f radiSt 

Lee Ross, Editor; Foreman's Digest, Inc., Publisher, 2000 P St., N. W. 
Forestry Digest (no adv.) Monthly Conservation 1946 8 26 138 

Franklin Bradford, Editor; American Forests Products Controlled free dist. 

Industries, Inc.. Publisher, 1816 N St., N. W. (6). 

Freedom & Union Monthly fpjJff^Econ 1946 8 28 188 4 ' 

Clarence K. Streit. Editor; Federal Union, Inc.*, Pub., 2700 Ontario Rd., N. W. (9). 

Genealogy & History Quarterly Genealogy 1940 2 25 108 2.00 

Adrian Ely Mount, Editor and Publisher, Box 1717 (13). 

Georgetowner {Thurs^' Independent 1954 5 28 

A, C. Stewart. Editor and Publisher, 1659 Wisconsin Ave., N. W. 

Ge ( > no e adv V .M offset)^. } Quarterly Collegiate 1872 2 27 

Students of Georgetown University, Editors and Publishers (7). 

Georgetown Law Journal V Quarterly Legal Coll 1911 1 56 112 5.00 

Students of Georgetown Law School, Editors and Publishers, 506 E St., N. W. (1). 

Georgetown University 1 w V1 r . . 1920 5 24 205 5.00 

HoyaV [Weekly Collegiate Controlled free dist. 

Students of Georgetown University, Editors and Publishers (7). 

George Washington Law 1 - ,. T tnon 1 CA IAK K AA 

Review, TheV [5 ti. a yr Law 1932 1 50 105 5.00 

Students of George Washington Univ. Law School, Editors and Publishers (1). 

GeoTimea (offset) 8 ti. a yr { $f/ g ' ic8 1956 f " "" 

Robert C. Stephenson, Editors ; American Geological Institute, 

2101 Constitution Ave., N. W. (25). 
Government Research & 1 M __ ffcl _ [Research & 1Q K R o 9ft , in 10 AA 

Development Data f Monthly \Development 1956 3 26 14 "- ou 

Murray Queen Smith, Editor and Publisher, 1346 Connecticut Ave., N. W. (6). 
Government Security and Loyalty See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 

Government Standard -f l^^ n*+ us iaaa K 91 9in * *n 

(no adv.).. rFriday Gov t Emp 1988 6 24 Z10 d.oO 

David Perlman, Editor; American Federation of Government Employees, Pub- 
lisher, 900 F St., N. W. (4). 

Guild Reporter-f Semi-mo Labor 1938 6 23 203 xS.OO 

Charles E. Crissey, Ed.; American Newspaper Guild, Pub., Controlled circ. 

1126 16th St., N. W. (6). 

Hearing News 6 ti. a yr Hard of Hear'g..l933 2 35 

Mrs. Margaret Rostel, Editor; American Hearing Society, Publisher, 
1800 HSt., N. W. (6). 

Higher Education V Monthly Education ,1944 2 37 

U. S. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, Publisher, 
Office of Education (25). 

Home Appliance Builder Monthly { App^a^s* 

Pauline Dunckel. Editor ; Institute of Appliance Manufacturers, 

Publisher. Shoreham Hotel (8). 
Howard University Bulletinl, f i r- 11 AI 1951 3 29 140 

(no adv.) f 3 U - a yr ColL Alumni Controlled free dist. 

Ernest E. Goodman, Editor; Howard University, Publisher (1). 
Import and Exchange Controls See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 

Indian Sentinel, The (no adv.) Bi-monthly /Catholic Indian 1Qft1 9 9 Q1 ., AA 

Not issued during July and August. iMissions iaui * ** yi 1 ' uu 

J. B. Tennelly, Editor ; Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions, Publisher, 

2021 H St.. N. W. (6). 

Industrial and Engineering \ M ., , r , ,;+,. 1909 3 26 140 5.00 

Chemistry [Monthly Chemistry Total unpaid dist . 

Will H. Shearon. Jr., Editor; Amer. Chemical Soc., Publisher, 
1155 Sixteenth St.. N. W. (6). 

Industrial Banker Monthly Indus. Bank'g....l934 8 27 140 x3.00 

Donald E. Durick, Editor; American Industrial Bankers Assn., Publisher, 
813 Washington Bldg. (5). 

Industrial Retail Stores Bi-monthly Retail Stores 1921 3 28 140 3.00 

Hull Bronson, Ed.; Nat'l Industrial Stores Assn., Pub., 416 Southern Bldg. (5). 

(Indus. Security 

Industrial Security Quarterly }& Plant 1957 2 40 

[Protection 

American Society for Industrial Security, 317 Investment Bldg. (5). 
Inter-American Review of "I mnlra F 

Bibliography (no adv.) [Quarterly Reviews 

(Eng., Sp., Fr. & Port.)....[ [Reviews 

Javier Malagon Editor; Pan American Union Publisher, 

19th and Constitution (6). 
International Bookbinder Bi-monthly Labor Bookbrs...l900 3 28 



Clre 
5,646 



$8,000 
$1,000 



tie.ooo 



217 2.60 

101 1.40 $1,200 

1,800 

$2,000 
$1,000 

$2,308 
$30,000 
4,560 

$62,000 

$32,000 
$11,450 

11,000 
$10.000 
17,000 



119 x3.00 



119 .75 



*30,527 
1,358 



$3,010 



140 x2.00 1,175 



1951 1 56 103 8.00 $8,000 



133 xl.50 $44,200 

R. ErHaskin and Jos. Denny, ^Editors; International Brotherhood of Bookbinders, 
Publisher. Room 606, AFL-CIO Bldg. (1). 



Circulation ft-*Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 

IPO Statement; Bold face, sworn; $Publisher' Report; Light face, estimated. +Usea Mats. $ Nonpareil 
enii.' 12 to inch. V Agate linei, 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate VI e d only during academic year. xSubacription included in membership fee. 

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..!!!!f'...} Moilthly .......... Fire Fighting ..... 1918 J JJ 134x2.00 

Wm. D. Buck, Editor; International Assn. of Fire Fighters, Publisher, 
815 16th St., N. W. (6). 

Bngneer Operatinfir JMonthly .......... Labor & Tech ..... 1901 2 40 133 x2.00 

Hunter P. Wharton, Editor; International Union of Operating Engineers, 

Publisher, 1125 Seventeenth St. (6). 
Jewish Veteran, The ............... Monthly .......... Jewish Vets ....... 1926 5 24 210 2.00 

Warren Adler, Editor; Jewish War Veterans of the United States, Publisher, 
1712 New Hampshire Ave., N. W. (9). 

J SoSi ? a\Ps^ ...... JBi-monthly ..... Psychology ........ 1906 2 28 105 16.00 

M. Brewster Smith, Editor; American Psychological Assn., Publisher, 

1333 16th St., N. W. (6). 

Journal of Agricultural andl*, *ui f Agric. Chem. 1QK o o 

Food Chemistry ................. ^Monthly .......... ) & Food Proc'g 1953 3 

Rodney N. Hader, Editor; American Chemical Society, Publisher, 
1155 Sixteenth St., N. W. (6). 



Circ 
$9,800 



229,076 



5,394 



140 6.00 6,618 



o^ ................ JBi-monthly ..... Physiology ........ 1948 2 32 112 20.00 

Dr. M. O. Lee, Editor'; American Physiological Society, Inc., Publisher, 
9650 Wisconsin Ave. (14). 



John G. Darley, Editor; American Psychological Assn., Publisher, 
1833 16th St., N. W. (6). 



Journal of Comparative andl, _ . U i fTech. 
Physiological Psychology f Bi - monthly ..... \ Psyc 



. 
hology 



o oo me c AA 
2 82 106 8 ' 00 



Dr. Harry F. Harlow, Editor; American Psychological Assn., Publisher, 
1833 16th St., N. W. (6). 



Bi- 



monthly ..... Psychology ........ 1937 2 32 111 8.00 



Edward S. Bordin, Editor; American Psychological Assn., Publisher, 
1333 16th St.. N. W. (6). 



Dr. W. Albert Noyes," Jr., Editor; American Chemical Society. Publisher, 
1155 16th St., N. W. (6). 



1,628 



Jfii-monthly Psychology 1917 2 32 115 8.00 3,851 



i Q- 
1 ' 867 



5,401 



JBi-monthly Entomology 1908 2 37 108 15.00 J5.250 

F. W. Poos, Editor; Entomological Society of America, Publisher, 
1530 PSt., N. W. (5). 

Journal of Educational \n .*i,i w fEduc. & IOIA o on no o nn 

Psychology (no adv.) JBi-monthly 1Psychoh 1910 2 30 112 8.00 

Raymond G. Kuhlen, Editor; American Psychological Assn., Publishers, 
1333 Sixteenth St., N. W. (6). 

^ ^ al JMonthly Psychology 1916 2 28 112 16.00 

Arthur W. Melton, Editor; American Psychological Assn., Publisher, 
1333 16th St., N. W. (6). 



3,595 



2,427 



Journal of Forestry Monthly Tech. Forestry.. 1902 3 26 140 7.50 12,301 

Arthur B. Meyer, Editor; Society of American Foresters, Publisher, 
Mills Building, 17th St. and Penna. Ave., N. W. (6). 

Journal of Geophysical In/rnnfMv f Geophysical 1R()fi - fin lf)7 lfino 

Research (no adv.) [Monthly ^Sciences 1896 1 60 10T 16 ' 00 

Dr. James A. Peoples, Jr., Editor; American Geophysical Union, Publisher, 
1515 Massachusetts Ave., N. W. (5). 

Journal of Health-Physical K* 4.1 fHealth & leoe o 97 IQJ ^K nn 9K<nK 

Education-Recreation [Monthly [p hys . Ed. 1896 3 27 133x5 ' 00 25 ' 815 

Not issued during June, July, August. 

Ella H. Wright, Editor; American Assn. for Health, Physical Education and 
Recreation, Publisher, 1201 Sixteenth St., N. W. (6). 

Journal of Heredity -f- Bi-monthly { Eugenics & 1914 2 30 112 7 ' 

Robert C. Cook, Editor; American Genetic Assn., Pub., 1507 M St., N. W. (5). 

Journal of Home Economics. .Monthly Home Econ 1909 3 25 140 6.00 

Not issued during July and August. 2 40 140 

American Home Economics Assn., Publisher, 1600 Twentieth St., N. W. (9). 

Journal of Negro Education, \n.,.*i. /Negro Res'ch 10 q/> o o IIQ 400 

The (Negro) (no adv.).,. [Quarterly |& Education 1982 2 28 119 4 ' 

C. H. Thompson, Editor; Howard University Press, Publisher (1). 

JO "Ne a gro f ) Ne8rr HiSt ry .. JQuarterly Negro History. ..19 16 1 50 98x5.00 

Wm. M. Brewer, Editor; Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 
Publisher, 1538 Ninth St., N. W. (1). 

JOt C r hem?s f t^y rfiraniC ^Monthly Organ. Chem 1936 2 37 133 25.00 

George Hi'Coleman, Editor; The American Chemical Society, Publisher, 
1155 Sixteenth St., N. W. (6). 
sical 



3,657 



$26,431 



2,000 



3,929 



{Monthly Chemistry 1896 2 37 133 16.00 4,742 



ClraiUtkm **Sept. A.B.C. Statement: *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisher** Report; Light face, estimated, -f Uses Mats. 3> Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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Journal of Rehabilitation ........ Bi-monthly ..... Medical .............. 1934 3 42 140x2.00 

Prints News Letter between issues of the Journal. 

Ruth A. Eckhart, Editor ; National Rehabilitation Assn., Inc., Publisher, 
Room 805 Arlington Bid*., 1025 Vermont Ave., N. W. (6). 

[Spec. Sciences ; 
Journal of Research (no adv.). Monthly .......... {Physics, Math.1901 2 40 122 4.00 

1 English 

Nat'l Bureau of Standards, U. S. Government Printing Office, Publisher (25). 
Journal of Teacher Education.Quarterly ........ Educa ................. 1949 2 30 110 3.00 

Nat'l Commission on Teacher Education and Professional Standards, 
Publisher, 1201 Sixteenth St., N. W. (6). 

u h nlv A Wom^ ........ Educa ................. 1882 2 30 112x2.00 

Elizabeth Phinney, Editor; American Assn. of Univ. Women, Publisher, 
1684 Eye St., N. W. (6). 



cre 
18,850 



}s 



Semi-mo Chemistry 1879 2 36 126x30.00 

W. Albert Noyes, Jr., Editor; American Chemical Society, Publisher, 
1155 16th St., N. W. (6). 

JMonthly Architecture 1944 2 40 130 4.00 

Joseph Watterson, Editor; The American Institute of Architects, Publisher, 

1735 New York Ave., N. W. (6). 
'Journal of the American 1 rc . .. 

Pharmaceutical Assn., ^Monthly pi 1 ?,, 1912 2 82 12210.00 

Scientific Edition j IPharmacy 

Justin L. Powers, Ph.D., Editor; American Pharmaceutical Assn., Publisher, 

2215 Constitution Ave. (7). 
Journal of the American } fp . ,. 1940 2 40 140 5.00 

Pharmaceutical Assn., [Monthly IPharmaceul 3 26 14Q 

Practical Pharmacy Ed j l Indus. Controlled free dist. 

Eric W. Martin, Ph. D., Editor; American Pharmaceutical Assn., Publisher, 
2215 Constitution Ave. (7). 



.... 1907 2 31 119x10.00 

Dr. A. Rubin. Editor; American Podiatry Assn., 3301 16th St., N. W. (10). 

S$.*A32 ...... JQarterIy ........ SUtirt. Econ.... 18 88 1 62 98x8.00 

Prof. W. A. Wallis, Ed.; Amer. Statistical Assn., Pub., 1767 K St., N. W. (6). 



........ A*rlc. Chen, 1884 1 64 105 7.60 

P. A. Clifford, Editor; Assn. of Official Agric. Chemists, Inc., Pub., Box 540, 
Benjamin Franklin Station (4). 



2,500 
155,401 

15,543 
13,069 

$10,000 

30,533 
9,131 

$5,376 
8,200 
$2,347 

JMonthly Patents 1918 1 48 91 4.00 $3,400 

J. H. Merchant, Editor; Patent Office Society, Publisher, P. O. Box 685 (4). 

Junior College Journal V Monthly Collegiate 1930 2 28 102x4.00 $4,500 

James W. Reynolds, Editor; Amer. Assn. of Junior Colleges, Publisher, 
1785 Massachusetts Ave., N. W. (6). 

Junior Review V (no adv.) Monday IforJ^High 1 " 1932 4 26 159 1>2 

Clay Coss, Editor; Civic Education Service, Pub., 1733 K St., N. W. (6). 

Key Reporter Quarterly Coll. Frat 1935 3 28 140 x.20 $135,000 

Elizabeth Frazee. Editor; United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, Publisher, 
1811 Q St., N. W. (9). 

tr , Q,,,,,, ^.vi f Korea & 1952 2 41 183 

Korean Survey Monthly } Far Eagt Controlled free dist. 145,000 

Prints two issues during summer months. 

Robert T. Oliver, Ed.; Korean Pacific Press, Pub., 1828 Jefferson PI., N. W. (6). 

Labor (no adv.) Saturday Labor 1919 8 24 301 2.00 

Ruben Levin, Editor; Labor Co-operative Educational and Publishing Society, 
401 Third St., N. W. (1). 

Labor Policy & Practice See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 

Labor Relations Reporter See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 

Leatherneck Monthly U. S. Marines.... 1917 3 27 140 3.00*117,183 

Donald L. Dickson, Editor; Leatherneck Assn., Inc., Publisher, 
Headquarters Marine Corps, P. O. Box 1918 (13). 

Liberty (no adv.) Quarterly Religious 1888 2 40 131x1.25 155,767 

Frank H. Yost, Ed.; Review and Herald Pub. Assn., Takoma Park Station (12). 

Library of Congress Quar- ] 

terly Journal of Current [Quarterly Libr'ns Int 1948 2 

Acquisitions (no adv.) J 

Vincent L. Eaton, Editor; Library of Congress, Publisher (25). 

Library Placement }semi-mo {Personnel 1955 1 

Exchange (offset) I (Placement 

Joseph Becker, Publisher, P. 0. Box 172, Ben Franklin Sta. (4). 
Life and Health Monthly Health..., ........... 188 5 3 

J. DeWltt Fox, M.D., Editor; Review and Herald Pub. Assn., 2 



30 112 2.00 



57 105 3.00 



28 
40 



140 
140 



3.50 



6856 Eastern Ave. (12). 



Controlled fre dist. 



106,659 
10,520 



Circulation ++Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Audit; 
IPO Statement' Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated +Uses Mats. $ Nonpareil 
e.'l2 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate V Issued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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175 



cre 
72,428 



$45,000 



2.00 75,310 



Livii 



2.00 



3.00 



26 140 8.00 
40 140 
Controlled circ. 

31 115 X5.00 



9,050 

1942,000 

>16,872 

$15,000 



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WASHINGTON (Continued) Estab Cols^ Width? Depth Sub 

Life Association News 4- Monthly Life-insurance.. 1906 8 26 186x3.00 

Marvin A. Kobel, Editor; National Assn. of Life Underwriters, Publisher, 
608 13th St., N. W, (5). 

L! ?no Ydv 1 ) Y Worker8 JMonthly Labor 1946 6 25 210 1.00 

n wmiam'jrPachler;'*Editor; AFL-CIO Utility Workers, Publisher, 1418 K St. (5). 

Link, The-h (no adv.) Monthly Religious 194S Controlled fr^e dist 

Distributed through Chaplains to men in the Armed Forces. Also Veterans' 

Admin. Hospitals. 

Lawrence P. Fitzgerald, Editor; The General Commission on Chaplains and 
Armed Forces Personnel, Publisher, 122 Maryland Ave., N. E. (2). 

Listen (no adv.) Bi-monthly Better Liv'g 1947 3 26 136 

Francis A. Soper, Editor; Pacific Press Publishing Assn., 
6840 Eastern Ave., N. W. (12). 

t Wilderness, The JQuarterly { of American 1 1935 2 42 129x2 

adv -> I (Wilderness 

Howard Zahniser, Ed.; The Wilderness Soc., Pub., 2144 P St., N. W. (7). 

Machinist, The (offset) Thursday Labor 1946 5 24 217 

Gordon H. Cole, Editor ; International Assn. of Machinists, Publisher, 
1300 Connecticut Ave. (6). 

Manufactured Homes Monthly Prefab. Homes.. 1963 \ 

Harry H. Cutler, Editor; Home Manufacturers Assn., Publisher, 
Suite 1117 Barr Bldg.. 910 17th St., N. W. (6), 

Mathematics Teacher V Monthly Educational 1908 2 

Dr. H. Van Engen, Editor; National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Pub- 
lisher. 1201 Sixteenth St., N. W. (6). 
Mayflower, The See Promenade, New York, N. Y. 

Mechanization-The Maga- ) Monthly C oal Industry 1W 2 41 140 

zine of Modern Coal / "" Controlled circ. 

W. A. McCurdy, Editor; Mechanization Inc., Pub., 1120 Munsey Bldg. (4). 
Medical Annals of District ! ,. , ,. , 1932 2 86 126 4.50 

of Columbia {Monthly Medical Controlled free dist. 

Wallace M. Yater, M.D., Editor; Medical Society of District of Columbia, Pub., 
1718 M St., N. W. (6). 

Tint. Staff 

Mental Hospitals Monthly {Members Ment 1950 3 28 135x2.50 

[Hospitals 

Not published during July and August. 

Dr. Daniel Blain, Editor; American Psychiatric Assn., Publisher, 
1700 18th St., N. W. (9). 

MI,M1 TT* TI TK-_L. HI,.***,.!,, f Soc., Political, 1947 1 30 96 6.00 
Middle East Journal. The + ... Quarterly j Econ Problem8 Controlled free dist. 

William Sands, Ed.; Middle East Institute, Publisher, 1761 N St., N. W. (6). 

Military Affairs-f Quarterly Military Hist 1937 2 32 106 x4.50 

Capt. Victor Gondos, Jr., Editor; American Military Institute, Publisher, 
1529 18th St., N. W. (6). 

Military Chaplain Monthly Religious 1929 3 28 140 5.00 

Chaplain Roy Honeywell, Editor; Military Chaplains Assn. of the United States, 
Publisher, 1710 16th St., N. W. (9). 

Military Engineer Bi-monthly Military Eng'g.. 1919 | fj \\\ x6 ' 00 

Col. F. H. Kohloss, Ed.; Soc. of Amer. Mil'ry Engi'rs, Pub., 808 Mills Bldg. (6). 

f Milit'y & Na'l 1950 3 27 140 2.00 

Military Market Monthly \ Procur'm't & 2 41 140 

(Ret'l Resales Controlled free dist. 

La Monte F. Davis, Editor; Army Times Publishing Co., 2020 M St., N. W. (7). 

Military Medicine Monthly Medical 1891 2 51 98 7.50 

Col. Robert E. Bitner, U. S. A., Ret., Editor; Assn. of Military Surgeons of the 
United States, Publisher, Suite 718, 1726 Eye St., N. W. (6). 

Mining Congress Journal Monthly Mining Indus 1915 3 25 128x3.00 

American Mining Congress, Publisher, 1102 Ring Bldg. (6) 

Ministry Monthly 7th Day Advt.... 1927 2 32 113 8.50 

R. Allan Anderson, Ed.; Review and Herald Pub. Assn., Takoma Park Sta. (12). 
Missiles and Rockets ] f Missile & 

Magazine of World }Monday {Rocket Indus. 1956 3 27 140 8.00 

Astronautics J (Satellite Science 

Wayne W. Parrish, Editor and Publisher, 1001 Vermont Ave.. N. W. (5). 
Modern Management See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 
Motorman, Conductor and ] fT-* A w. 

Motor Coach Operator [Monthly lEmp"- 1893 8 27 182 2 ' 



2,237 
318 



mployees 

Roger E. "Burgess, "'Editor; Amalgamated Assn. of Street, Electric Ry. and 

Motor Coach, Publisher, 5025 Wisconsin Ave., N. W. 
Museum News (no adv.) Semi-mo Museums 1924 8 25 122x5.00 

Not issued during July and August. 

American Assn. of Museums, Publisher, Smithsonian Institution (25). 
Music Educators Journal+ V .6 ti. a yr Music Ed 1914 3 26 140 8.50 

Music Educators National Conference, Publisher, 1201 Sixteenth St., N. W. (6). 
Mutual Review Monthly Mufl Ins. Agt... 1938 2 20 136 4.00 

Philip L. Baldwin, Editor; National Assn. of Mutual Insurance Agents, Publisher, 
Investment Bldg. ( 5 ) . 



7,640 

2,095 
150 

1,700 
3,500 
*25,079 

12,937 
6,721 

*17,946 
8,023 

* 23, 091 

$123,400 

$2,800 

36,366 

18,183 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPublisner** Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mata. Nonpareil 
em. 12 to inch, f Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Censua. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fee. 

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NAD A Magazine -f .............. Monthly .......... Auto Dealers ..... 1917 3 26 140x4.00 26,395 

Ray Sullivan, Editor ; Nat'l Automobile Assn., Publisher. 2 40 140 

2000 K St., N. W. (6). Controlled free dist. 2,533 

TAIH.HOI *t w. 1 1942 3 25 140 6.00 37,453 

[Monthly .......... Home Bldg ......... 2 89 140 

J Controlld fr 



Controlled free dist. 3,695 
Stanley Baitz, Editor; National Assn., of Home Builders of the United States, 
Publisher, 1625 L St., N. W. (6). 



r naU . C ." Monthly .......... Aviation ............. 1922 3 26 140 x6.00 * 6,500 

National Aeronautic Assn. of the U. S. A., Inc., Publisher, 
1025 Connecticut Ave., N. W. (6). 

National Amvet, The ............... Monthly .......... Veterans Int ...... 1946 Con J 8 lled ^ r 7 ee dist * 

Am vets. World War II, Publisher, 1710 Rhode Island Ave., N. W. (6). 
National Business Woman ..... Monthly ........ {w^mtn^Chibs 1923 8 26 183 x1 ' 50 

Lucy R. Baggett. Editor; National Federation of Business and Professional 
Women's Clubs, Inc., Publisher, Dupont Circle Bldg. (6). 

i ~ * W u i i _i_ *v.i (Confectionery 1948 3 26 140 5.00 $2,250 

National Candy Wholesaler +. Monthly .......... industry Controlled free dist. J2.300 

Ray Foley. Editor: National Candy Wholesalers Assn., Inc., Publisher, 

1424 KSt.. N. W. (6). 
National Capitol Pharmacist.. Monthly .......... Pharmacy .......... 1939 2 30 105 x - 

A. J. Obert, Editor; District of Columbia Pharmaceutical Assn., Publisher, 
5431 Georgia Ave., N. W. (11). 



ational Defense Trans- l Bi monthlv &^vmn 068 1944 8 26 14 x7 ' 50 
portation Journal .............. }Bi-monthly...|&Civ ihan^ , 49 uo 

Malcolm Semple, Editor; National Defense Transportation Association, Publisher, 
1001 Connecticut Ave.. 7th Floor (6). 



Monthly .......... Travel, Geog ...... 1888 2 32 119 8.00*2,320,087 

Melville Beli Grosvenor, Editor; Nat'l Geographic Society, Publisher, 

1146 16th St., N. W. (6). 

XT .. . , ,.. , U1 fNafl Guards- 1947 3 27 140 2.50 85,379 

National Guardsman ............... Monthly .......... lmcn> Military Controlled free dist. 1,500 

Allan G. Crist, Editor; National Guard Assn. of the U. S., Publisher, 

100 Indiana Ave., N. W. (1). 
National Herald, The .............. Monthly .......... Arabic Frat ........ 1945 3 27 140 3.00 5,000 

James M. Ansara, Editor; National Assn. of Federations of Syrian and Lebanese 

American Clubs, Publisher, 3653 Georgia Ave., N. W. (10). 

National Horticultural l n , , (Scientific, 1099 o <*n QQ *& nn 

Magazine (no adv.) .......... [Quarterly ........ 1 Horticultural 1922 2 30 98 * 5 ' 00 

B. Y. Morrison, Editor; American Horticultural Society, Publisher, 

1600 Bladensburg Rd., N. E. (2). 
National Jewish Ledger -f ..... Friday ............. Jewish Int ......... 1923 5 24 224 3.00 5,012 

Kay C. Gerber, Editor; Thomas Gerber, Publisher, 836 Tower Bldg., 
14th and K Sts. 



^ ^Monthly .......... {inSr^* 1 " 117 1886 3 27 14 1 ' 50 * 1S8 98 

Edward E. Grusd, Editor; B'nai B'rith, Inc., Publisher, 

1640 Rhode Island Ave., N. W. (6). 
National Oil Jobber ................ Monthly .......... Oil Jobbers ........ 1957 3 27 140 6.00 

Leonard Castle, Editor; National Oil Jobbers Council, Publisher, Controlled circ. >1 0,506 

1001 Connecticut Ave., N. W. (6). 
National Parks Magazine ........ Quarterly ........ Conservation ..... 1919 2 30 107x3.00 11,700 

Bruce Kilgore, Editor; Nafl Parks Assn., Publisher, 2000 P. St., N. W. (7). 

N **io n id^ JBi-monthly ..... Pensions ............ 1947 3 32 156 1.00 - 

Agnes G. Shankle, Editor; National Pension Federation, Inc.. Publisher. 
945 Penn Ave.. N. W. (4). 

National Potato Council Ur^-fui,. p rt to* rt T^ 1954 s 27 144 2 - 

News ................................... fMonthly .......... Potato Ind .......... Controlled free dist. $13.008 

National Potato Council, Inc., 542 Munsey Bldg. (4). 
National Public Accountant...Monthly .......... Pub. Acc't'g ....... 1951 2 39 140 x $8,000 

Raymond E. Jennison, Editor: Nat'l Soc. of Public Accountants, Publisher, 
1012 14th St., N. W. (5). 

National Republic (no adv.). .Monthly .......... Polit. Educa ....... 1916 8 cSntrol?ed ciSc. 22,100 

Walter S. Steele, Editor; Nafl Republic Pub. Co., Inc., 511 llth St., N. W. (4).* 

National Rural Letter Carrier-.Saturday ......... {carriers 1903 3 28 136 3 ' 00 * 88 ' 000 

Charles R. Larson, Editor; National Rural Letter Carriers Assn., Publisher, 
1040 Warner Bldg. (4). 



.... 1945 8 26 181 5 ' 00 * 2 ' 711 

Harold P. Braman, Editor ; National League of Insured Savings Assns., 

Publisher, 907 Ring Bldg., 18th and M Sts., N. W. (6). 
National Sheriff ....................... Bi-monthly ..... Sheriffs' News... 1948 8 26 134 x2.00 $15,800 

Charles J. Hahn, Editor; National Sheriffs' Assn., Publisher. 
714 Transportation Bldg. (6). 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.b.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit: >BPA Andit; 
P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Hses Mats. ^NonpareQ 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. ICounty seat. Population 1950 Census. XRand McNally 
estimate. V Ist| ued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee, 

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National Stationer ................... Monthly .......... {office lui* 1929 2 45 14 x8 ' 00 6 ' 088 

Rose Gush man, Ed. ; National Stationery and Office Equipment Assn., Publisher, 
740 Investment Bldg. (6). 

Nl StrT al s Trib .?. n t^ ta ".. a .!!!!.} Thur8day ........ Vets< & WidowB.,1877 7 26 280 4.00 $49,450 

Edward 'k'."inman'."Editor; National Tribune Corp., Pub., 44 G St., N. E. (18). 
Nation's Business .................... Monthly .......... Business Exec... 1912 3 27 140 *774,23S 

Subscription price, $18.00 for 8 years. 

A. H. Sypher, Editor; U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Pub.. 1615 H St., N. W. (6). 

fNature, Out 
Nature Magazine ..................... Monthly .......... < Doors, and 1923 3 27 140 5.00 *49,546 

[Conservation 

R. W. Westwood, Editor; Amer. Nature Assn., Pub.. 1214 16th St., N. W. (6). 
Naval Affairs ........................... Monthly .......... Naval .................. 1923 3 26 138 1.50 5O.433 

C. A. McCarthy, Editor; Fleet Reserve Assn., Publisher, 

1303 New Hampshire Ave., N. W. (6). 

Naval Aviation News ! ... M o1 A tef rtri 1919 3 26 122 2.25 6,000 

(no adv.) ............................ JMonthly .......... Naval Aviation.. Controlled free dist. 27,000 

Cmdr. George F. Rodgers, Editor; Cmdr. E. G. Colgan, Publisher, 

Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department (25). 
NavyTimes-f .......................... Saturday ......... U. S. Navy ......... 1951 5 24 200 6.00 *60,358 

Published in four editions : Domestic, Pacific, European and Veterans. 
Also prints weekly Army Times, Air Force Times. 

John Slinkman. Editor; Army Times Publishing: Co., 2020 M St., N. W. (6). 
NBA Journal -f- ....................... Monthly .......... Educational ....... 1921 3 27 138 10.00 624,559 

Not issued during: June, July, August. 

Dr. Mildred S. Fenner, Editor: Nat'l Education Assn., of the U. S., Publisher, 
1201 Sixteenth St., N. W. (6). 

* e i&w)+L**^* JMonthly .......... Hist.&Educ ...... 1937 3 27 154x2.00 5,000 

Albert N. D. Brooks, Ed.; Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 
Inc., Publisher, 1538 Ninth St., N. W. (1). 

New Agre, The (no adv.) .......... Monthly .......... Masonic ............. 1904 2 24 84x1.50 

Luther A. Smith, Ed.; Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree Controlled free dist. $460,000 
A. & A. Scottish Rite, Publisher, 1735 Sixteenth St., N. W. (9). 



New Republic (offset) ............ Monday ........... l&views" * 1914 3 2T 135 8 ' 00 * 31 ' 500 

Gilbert A. Harrison, Editor and Publisher, 1244 19th St. (6). 

News + ..................................... Evg.ex. Sun. ...Independent ....... 1921 6 22 200 15.60**174,626 

Color advertising: accepted. Saturday circ.** 142,900 

Washington Daily News Publishing Co., 1013 Thirteenth St., N. W. (5). 

( Music & 

TSInt.ofl-L n + i J Reviews of 1934 2 25 98 x5.00 2,2S9 

Note8 + ..................................... Quarterly ........ 1 Records & 1 62 98 

( Books 

Richard S. Hill, Editor; The Music Library Assn., Publisher, Music Division, 

Library of Congress (25). 

NTDRA Dealer News .............. Monday ........... Tire Dealers ....... 1942 3 25 210x16.00 6,770 

Philip P. Friedlander, Jr., Editor; National Tire Dealers and Retreaders Assn., 

Publisher. 1012 14th St., N. W. (5). 

Officer, The ............................... Monthly .......... Milit. & Naval... 1921 8 26 140 1.50 

Maj. M. H. Manchester, Editor; Reserve Officer's Assn. of U. S., Publisher, 

2517 Connecticut Ave.. N. W. (8). 

Official Gazette ........................ Tuesday .......... Patents .............. 1872 2 34 12330.00 $5,256 

United States Patent Office, Publisher (25). 

n..,*, T*} *M V (Ordnance, 1920 3 26 134 x4.50 43,114 

Ordnance ................................... Bi-monthly ..... ( Nat>J Defense 2 40 184 

L. A. Codd, Editor; American Ordnance Assn., Publisher, 708 Mills Bldgr. (6) 

1946 ' 106 4 - 2 ' 033 



Lester Smith, Editor; Orthopedic Appliance and Limb Manufacturers Assn., 
Publisher, 411 Associations Bldgr., 1145 Nineteenth St., N. W. (6). 

Owl of Sigma Nu Phi V .......... Quarterly ........ {i^gtl***' * 191G l 54 98 2 " * 6 

C. S. Baer, Editor; Sigma Nu Phi Frat. (Legal), Pub., 1755 Que St., N. W. (9). 
Parking Magazine ................... Quarterly ........ Park'g Indus ..... l952 f H \^ X 

Mrs. Norene D. Martin, Editor; National Parking Assn., Publisher, 

1230 16th St. (6). 
Peace Action (no adv.) ........... Monthly .......... Ind. Peace .......... 1921 4 28 202 1.00 

Lowell H. Coate, Ph.D., Editor; Peace Action, Publisher, 

144 Constitution Ave., N. E. (2). 
Pentagram News, The 4- ......... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1957 5 24 165 2.50 

A civilian enterprise edited and published in the interest of military and civilian 

personnel in the Greater Washington Area. 
August C. Myers, Editor; The Premier Pub'g Co., Gravelly Point (25). 



Personnel Administration -f... Bi-monthly ..... a?"" 6 1988 2 28 101 5 * * 4 ' 800 

Cecil E. Goode, Editor; Society for Personnel Administration, Publisher, 
5606 Connecticut Ave., N. W. (15). 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Keport; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. $ Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. V A gate lines, 14 to inch. tCountr seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic rear. xSubscription included in membership tee 

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WASHINGTON (Continued) 

Personnel and Guidance 1 . , f^ 8Onnel & 

Journal V jMonthly GUI 



Estab Col$<2>WidthVOepth Sub Circ 

1921 2 32 112 x7.00 13,000 



dance 

Not issued during June, July and August. 

Dr. Joseph Samler, Editor; American Personnel and Guidance Assn., Publisher, 
1634 OSt., N. W. (6). 

Petroleum and Chemical l Monthlv f Tank Truck 1937 \ J2 2 - 

Transporter | Monthly Undue. 2 



circ. >1 1,423 



lant Food Review ln.^i f Agric. Leaders 19 

(no adv.) [Quarterly \ and Educators 

Delbert L. Rucker, Ed.; Nat'l Plant Food Institute, Pub., 



386 
37,629 

2,500 
1,450 



C. R. Don Sutherland, Editor; Petroleum Transportation Publishing Co., Inc., 
7815 Old Georgetown Rd. (14). 

Phi Gamma Delta -|- 5 ti. a yr Coll. Frat 1879 2 32 112 3.00 

Cecil J. Wilkinson, Editor; Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, 1757 N St., N. W. (6). 

Physiological Reviews-f Quarterly Physiology 1921 1 58 105 10.00 

Dr. M. O. Lee, Editor; American Physiological Society, Publisher, 
9650 Wisconsin Ave. (14). 

no adv ) vi C mment }Quarterly { & 6 f o wn Phm* 1935 2 26 84 x6 - 00 

Dora A. ipadgett. Editor; American Planning and Civic Assn., and Nat. Conf. on 
State Parks, Publisher, 901 Union Trust Bldg. (5). 

Plant Food Review ln..^.i f Agric. Leaders 1955 3 26 139 1.00 

Controlled free dist. 
1700 K St., N. W. (6). 

Policemen's Association \^ ,,, ,. M 1955 4 28 190 xl.OO 

INews-f ^Monthly Police News Controlled free dist. 

H. Walter Starkoff, Editor; Policemen's Assn. of D. C., Publisher, 
Hotel 2400, 16th St., N. W. (9). 

Postal Alliance, The Monthly Postal Employ...l913 3 28 140 2.00 

Snow F. Grigsby, Ed.; The Postal Alliance, Pub., 1644 Eleventh St., N. W. (1). 

Postal Record Monthly Letter Carriers.. 18 83 3 28 140 x2.50 $112,975 

Jerome J. Keating, Editor; National Assn. of Letter Carriers, Publisher, 
100 Indiana Ave., N. W. (1). 

Postmasters' Advocate -f Monthly Postal 1895 3 26 140 x 

National League of Postmasters, Publisher, 1110 F St., N. W. (4). 

Post & Times Herald-i- Every Morn....Independent 1877 8 g^urday morn**377',706 

Color and comic advertising accepted. Sunday circ.**435,225 

J. R. Wiggins, Editor; P. L. Graham, Publisher, 1515 L St., N. W. (5). 

PR (offset) Quarterly Public Rela'ns... 1955 1 56 98 4.00 

Howard P. Hudson, Editor; American Public Relations Assn., Publisher, 
1010 Vermont Ave., N. W. (4). 

Pride -f- Monthly Education 1917 2 

Not issued during July and August. 

George Doty, Editor; American College Public Relations Assn., 
Publisher, 1785 Massachusetts Ave., N. W. (6). 

Proceedings of the Entomo-lg. _ monthly Entomology 1884 1 

logical Soc. of Washington) ' 

R H Foote, Editor; Entomological Society, Publisher, care of 
U. S. Nat'l Museum (25). 

Professional Geographer Bi-monthly Geography 1949 1 

Evelyn Pruitt, Editor; Professional Geographer, Publisher, A.A.G., 
Library of Congress (25). 

Progress (no adv.) Monthly Moral Reform... 1001 2 30 

Not issued in August. 

Clinton Howard, Editor; International Reform Federation, Publisher, 
134 Constitution Ave., N. E. (2). 

Psychological Abstracts Bi-monthly Psychology 1927 2 36 

American Psychological Assn., Publisher, 1833 l(>th St., N. W. (6). 

Psychological Bulletin Bi-monthly Psychology 1904 2 28 



41 124x15.00 



52 82 



3,000 



1,750 



*750 



50 



89 5.00 J2.100 



105 1.00 



9,316 
5,659 



122x16.00 

101 xS.OO 
~Harry^Helson7Ed!; Amer. "Psychological Assn., Pub., 1333 16th St., N. W. (6). 

Psychological Monographs Irregular ..fTech. IQOC 9 <in ins c\(\ i 74.4 

Subscription price $8.00 per volume. 1 Psychology 1896 2 30 105 8 ' 0() 1 ' 745 
Norman L. Munn, Editor: American Psychological Assn., Publisher, 
1333 16th St., N. W. (6). 

Psychological Review Bi-monthly Psychology 1894 2 28 108 8.00 4,863 

Richard L. Solomon, Ed.; Amer. Psych'al Assn., Pub., 1333 16th St., N. W. (6). 

T, , n T^ i mu M *v,i (Pub. Emp's 1937 3 26 133 2.00 

Public Employee, The Monthly j Union Controlled free dist. 181,270 

Not issued during August. 

Arnold S. Zander, Editor; American Federation of State, County and Municipal 
Employees, Publishers, 815 Mt. Vernon Place, N. W. (1). 

Public Health Reports WfM v P,ih1,V TT^lth 1878 2 36 12 4 - 25 

(no adv.) {Monthly Public Health.... Controlled free dist. 

M. Rosenblum, Editor; Supt. of Documents, Gov't Ptg. Office, Publisher (25). 

Public Power Monthly Power Indu, 1942 S ^Jo'lled d. >11,907 

Alex Radin, Editor; American Public Power Assn. Publisher, Suite 201, 
1025 Connecticut Ave., N. W. (6). 



t3,000 
J8.000 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statement*; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; {Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. <S> Nonpareil 
ma, 12 to inch. V A gate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscnption included in membership fee. 

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Public Roads (no adv.) Bi-monthly {fJjJjJJX m8 Controlled 1 free di??. H',000 

Subscription received by Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government 

Printing Office. 

U. S. Bureau of Public Roads, Dept. of Commerce, Publisher (25). 

Public Utilities Fortnightly -KFtntly(Thurs.). Pub. Utilities.. 192 9 2 40 140 15.00 6,836 
Francis X. Welch. Editor; PubHc Utilities Reports, Inc., Publisher, 
332 Pennsylvania Bldg., 426 Thirteenth St. (4). 

jMonthly Veterans 1988 8 27 188 x 

Military Order of the Purple Heart, Publisher, 393 D St., N. W. (4). 

122,000 

>2 1,480 

2,000 

11,810 
10,250 



Quarterly ........ Masonic ............. 1942 3 28 100 xl.60 

Paul *E. X. *Brown,"'Editor; Imperial Council Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order 

Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Publisher, 1116 Rhode Island Ave., N. W. 
Qualified Contractors .............. Monthly .......... Elec. Contr'g ..... 1939 3 26 137 8.00 

Geo. B. Roscoe, Ed.; Nat'l Elec'l Constrs. Assn., Pub., Controlled circ. 

Ring Bid*.. 1200 18th St., N. W. (6). 
Quarterly Review of Biology.. Quarterly ........ Biology .............. 1926 2 32 11910.00 

H. Bentley Glass, Editor; American Institute of Biological Sciences, Publisher, 

2000 ? St.. N. W. 
Quartermaster Review ............ Bi-monthly ..... Military ............. 1921 2 40 183x7.50 

Maj. Gen. H. Peldman, U. S. A., Ret., Editor; Quartermaster Assn., Publisher, 

Quotartan!!. 1 ." h . S l'.. N .'.. V !.'.... 6 Bi-mo n thIy ..... Quot. Club ......... f \\ ffi x1 ' 00 

Gwladys Jones, Ed.; Quota Club Internat'l, Inc., Pub., 1145 19th St., N. W. (6). 



...-. ..... 

John J. McCarthy, Editor; Government Printing Office, Publisher (25). 

Research Quarterly of the 

B 98 



of the "| 

u n ca- r H Uarte 
on .......... J 



tion, and Recreation .......... ... 

Ella H. Wright, Editor; American Assn. for Health, Physical Education, and 
Recreation, Publisher, 1201 16th St., N. W. (6). 

Retail Clerks International } Monthly .......... f Retail 1893 8 2 6 134 2.00 $300,000 

Advocate (no adv.) ............ J m y {Salespeople 

James A. Suffridge, Editor; Retail Clerks' International Assn., Publisher, 

De Sales Bldg (6). 

Retail Labor Report See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 
Retired Officer, The .................. Bi-monthly ..... Ret. Officers ....... 1947 Controlled froe^ist. 

Franz O. Willenbucker, Editor; Retired Officers Assn., Publisher, 

1616 Eye St., N. W. (6). 
Retirement Life-}- ................... Monthly .......... Civil Empl's ....... 1921 3 26 131 3.00 

James O. Tolbert, Editor; Nat'l Assn. of Retired Civil Employees, Publisher, 
1625 Connecticut Ave., N. W. (9). 



6,*Z44 



92,000 



^Re^arch^fn^adv 1 ) } 5 il a yr Educational 1930 151 91 

Tom A. Lamke, Editor: American Educational Research Assn., Publisher, 



98 7.00 J3.100 



. , 

1201 16th St., N. W. (6). 

RollCall + Wednesday Congressional.... 1965 cont^lled^ree dist. 



3,500 
4,250 



15,516 
*3,000 



Sidney Yudain, Editor and Publisher, Box 500, House Office Bldg. 

Rural Electrification Monthly Electrification... 1945 3 26 140 3.00 * 14, 829 

W. S. Roberts Editor; National Rural Electric Co-operative Assn., Publisher, 

2000 Florida Ave., N. W. (9). 

School LifeV Monthly Educational 1918 3 24 78 1.00 

Not issued during June, July and August. Controlled free dist. 

Subscriptions received by Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government 

Printing Office. 
Theodora E. Carlson, Editor; U. S. Office of Education Official Journal, Publisher, 

Washington (25), D. C. 

Science Friday {icilnti^Res 1883 3 26 139 8 ' 50 * 59 ' 106 

American Association for the Advancement of Science, Publisher, 
1515 Massachusetts Ave., N. W. (5). 

Science News Letter Saturday (icie^e^ws 1926 3 27 14 5 ' 50 

Watson Davis, Editor; Science Service. Publisher, 1719 N St., N. W. (6). 

Science Teacher-f V 8 ti. a yr Science Educ 1934 2 36 119 x6.00 

Robert H. Carleton, Editor; National Science Teachers Assn., Publisher, 
1201 16th St., N. W. (6). 

1945 3 28 140 8.00 

Seaboard Beverage Journal.... Monthly Beverages 2 42 140 

Controlled circ. 

Ralph H. Chase, Editor; Seaboard Beverage Journal, Inc., Publisher, 
1 Thomas Circle. N. W. (5). 

Senior Citizen (no adv.) Monthly {(Tver 4Q Pe plc 1955 2 25 

Joy Elmer Morgan, Editor; Senior Citizens of America, Publisher, 
1129 Vermont Ave., N. W. (5). 



*64,151 



12,595 



>6,938 



91 xS.OO 



CtrcuUtioa **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *Jtme and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C Audit; >BPA Audit: 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uss Mats. * Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines, 14 to Inch. tCounty seat. PopulationI 950 Censua. xRand McNall* 
estimate. V Issued only daring academic year. xSubscrlption included in membership fee. 

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Service Labor Report See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 

Se ^a7te\"..!!!!!*! JMonthly Sewage Works. .,192 8 2 80 112 x7.60 

Ralph E. Fuhrman, Editor; Federation of Sewage and Industrial Wastes Assn., 

Publisher. 4435 Wisconsin Ave., N. W. (16). 
Sheraton Carlton See Promenade, New York, N. Y. 
Sheraton Park See Promenade, New York, N. Y. 

Contro 8 ll e d 2 f?eedi.t. 

Max F. Baer, Editor; B'nai B'rith Youth Commission, Publisher, 
1129 Vermont Ave., N. W. (5). 

Q 



Clrc 



8,961 



41,000 



Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Assn., Pub., 1624 I St., N. W. (6). 

Sojourner, The (no adv.) Bi-monthly {(Military) 1924 3 27 14 x 

Lt. Col. John G. Volz, Editor; National Sojourners Inc., Publisher, 

1608 Twentieth St., N. W. (9). 
Sons of the American Revo-1 nil . , v f Historical & , afto 9n no x onn 

lution Magazine ^Quarterly } Patriotic 1889 3 20 112 x2 ' 00 

Harold L. Putnam, Editor; National Society, Sons of the American Revolution, 
Publisher. 1227 16th St., N. W. (6). 



$18,268 



19,500 



+ 
nt ....... 



1852 8 



22 309 23.40**2S*,434 
Sat. evg. circ.**235,615 
Sunday circ.**291,34S 



[Evg.ex.Sun., A , 
M Sun. Morn. Indel 
Comic strip advertising accepted. 

B. M. McKelway, Editor; Evening Star Newspaper Co., Publisher, 
llth St. and Pennsylvania Ave. (4). 

Surveying and Mapping Quarterly {Mn^pin'g & 1941 2 31 112 x5 - 00 

Howard S. Rappleye, Editor; American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, 

Publisher, P. O. Box 470, Benjamin Franklin Sta. 
Survey of Current Business!*, , u (Current 1921 2 46 140 4.00 

(no adv.) JMonthly ^Econ. Analysis Controlled free dist. 

Prints weekly statistical supplement. 

U. S. Department of Commerce, Publisher, Dept. of Commerce Bldg. (25). 
Technical News Bulletin 1 [Research, 

(no a v. j | Analysis 

National Bureau of Standards, U. S. Gov't Printing Office, Publisher (25). 

Testveriseg-f (Hungarian). ..Monthly Fraternal Controlled free dist. 

Hungarian Reformed Federation of America, Publisher, 1801 P St., N. W. (6). 



4.00 



Townsend Plan National \ ni .. Q f _*-_ ploT1 1935 6 24 220 
Courier, The fBi-wkly, Sat...Pension Plan g 20 220 

George Fritz, Editor; Townsend National Weekly, Publisher, 808 N. Capital (2). 

I Traffic Bulletin (no adv.) Saturday Transportation.. 1907 3 27 140 100.00 

Traffic World -f Saturday Transportation.. 1907 3 27 140 24.00 

Traffic Service Corp., Publisher. 815 Washington Bldg. (5). 
Traffic Engineering -f- Monthly Engineering 1933 3 27 140 8.50 

David M. Baldwin, Ed.; Institute of Traffic Engineers. 2029 K St., N. W. (6). 

^e^ph^sTcal ^Jnlcm?. 1 ? JQuarterly Geophysical 1920 2 

Dr. Phil H. Abelson, Editor; American Geophysical Union, Publisher, 
1515 Massachusetts Ave.. N. W. (5). 

Transmitter (no adv.) Bi-monthly Tel. Emp 1913 controlled free dist. 

Carl H. Claudy. Jr., Editor; Chesa. & Potomac Telephone Cos.. Publisher, 
725 13th St.. N. W. (6). 

Transport Topics -f Monday Truck'g Indus... 1985 

Morris H. Glazer, Editor and Publisher, 1424 16th St., N. W. (6) 

Trinity College Record V Quarterly Cath. Coll 1907 1 

Students of Trinity College, Editors and Publishers, 
Michigan Ave. & Franklin, N. E. 

TV Guide See Radnor, Pa. Washington-Baltimore Ed., * 162,339. 

Union Labor Report See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 

Union Postal Clerk -f- Monthly P. O. Clerks 1903 3 



4,910 



tl4,850 
tl,120 



15,000 
9,107 

*936 
*10,936 

2,717 



31 119 4.00 $6,381 



$40,000 



* 22,384 
3,096 



49 84 3.00 



J. Cline House, Editor; National Federation of P. O. Clerks, Publisher, 
711 14th St., N.W.. Room 502 (5). ^ ^ ^ ^ 

2 46 147 



27 140 xS.OO 108,926 



United Mine Worke 



rs \ 

v.) .......... f 



S emi-mo {Labor. Coal 

bemi-mo .......... ) Miners 



Justin McCarthy, Editor; U. M. W. of A., Publisher, 1437 K St., N. W. (5). 
United States Law Week See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 
United States Patents Quarterly See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 
University Hatchet V 4- Tuesday Coll. Journal'm.. 1904 5 24 224x2.00 

Students of George Washington Univ.. Editors and Publishers, 

1839 Green Court. N. W. (5>. 
Uptown Citizen-f IThurs! 3 ^' Independent ' 

J. David Britt, Editor and Publisher, 1858 Irving St., N. W. 
U *JourVa? d F rCe8 Medical }Monthly Medical 195 l 

Capt. B. F.'A'v'ery. MC, USN, Editor; Armed Forces Medical Publication Agency, 
2300 E St., N. W. (7). 



A 




300,000 



2.00 
3O.OOO Free 



53 107 6.25 
Controlled circ. 



$3,490 
$26,475 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement: *June and March A.B.C. Statements: A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
IPO Statement; Bold face, sworn; $Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4 Uses Mats. ^Nonparefl 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNallj 
estimate. VTsaueU only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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WASHINGTON (Continued) Esttb Cols* Width VDtpth Sub Clre 

U. S. l*dy ................................ Monthly .......... Service Wives... 1956 8 27 140 8.50 

Alvadee Adams, Editor; American Service Publishing Co., Inc., 
1823 Jefferson Place N. W. (6). 

U.S. News* World Report....Friday ............. ffn^rna*! Mew! 1933 3 28 1406.00*1,043,749 

Issued Monday preceding. [and Facts 

David Lawrence, Editor; United States News Publishing Corp., 
2300 N St.. N. W. (7). 



}Quarterly ........ Voca. Guid 



2 24 98 x2.00 



6,800 



. 

Delmont 'K.' Byrn, Editor; American Personnel and Guidance Assn., 
16340 St., N. W. (5). 



IWOQ 9 ? 
1899 2 2S 



x5 00 
X5 ' UU 



Volta Review ............................ Monthly .......... fEduc. of 

Not issued during July and August. 1 the Deaf 

Jeanette Ninas Johnson, Editor; Volta Bureau, Publisher, 1537 85th St., N. W. (7). 
Washington Eagle (Negro). ..Monthly .......... I.B.P.O.E ........... 1912 5 24 210 xl.OO 

W. C. Hueston, Ed.; I.B.P.O. Elks of the World, Pub., 1915 14th St., N. W. (9). 

W rNeSf^*"!:. 1 ! e .:. 8 ....}Friday ............. Independent ....... 1926 5 24 2B2 ^O 

W. A. Graves. Editor and Publisher, 1215 U St., N. W. (9). 
Washington Journal -f (Ger.)Friday ............. Independent ....... 1859 7 26 280 4.00 

Carl H. Winkler. Editor; Washington Journal, Inc., Pub., 1302 H St., N. W. (5). 
Washington Law Reporter ...... Monday ........... Legal .................. 1874 2 32 112 10.00 

Michael A. Schuchat and Daniel I. Sherry, Editors ; Armand I. Robinaon, 
Publisher, 1625 Eye St., N. W. (6). 

Washington Report ................. Weekly ........... {cSmme'rce' 1951 5 2S 193 x5 ' 

Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Publisher, 1615 H St., N. W. (6). 



J810 



75 ' 325 



/ 17O * *>/> 
26 179 1.20 



14 x3 - 00 






J500 
3 ' 50 



Weekly News Review V \M~~J.,,. [Current Hist. 1Q01 K 

(no adv.) ............................ ^Monday ........... lfor H s gtud 1921 5 

Clay Coss, Editor; Civic Education Service, Publisher, 1733 K St., N. W. (6). 
White Collar Report See Bureau of National Affairs Publications. 
Wild Flower ............................. Quarterly ........ Botanical ........... 1924 1 64 98 2.50 

Wild Flower Preservation Society, Inc., Publisher, 3740 Oliver St., N. W. (15). 

Wooden Boxand Crate ............ B,.onthly ..... {?SS?, B 19 " cLtrlVd^ee ^. 

H. R. Hudson. Editor; Nat'l Wooden Box Assn., Publisher, 402 Barr Bldgr. (6). 
World Affairs (no adv.) ......... Quarterly ........ Internafl Rel ..... 1828 2 42 132x2.00 

American Peace Society. Publisher. 1307 N. H Ave., N. W. (6). 

World Highways (offset) ....... Monthly ......... ({"d^De^el'U 195 3 30 

Prints Edition in Spanish, 3,300. 

James P. Coyne, Editor; International Road Federation, Publisher, 
1023 Washington Bldg. (5). 

World Ports and The Mariner. Monthly .......... [^p^ "" * Coll rolle circ. VAC 17.015 

P. A. Amundsen, Editor; World Ports, Publisher, Southern Bldg. (5). 

fCurrent Hist. 
Young Citizen V (no adv.) ..... Monday ........... -JforElom. 1941 4 26 158 .80 

IS. Students 
John Tottle. Editor; Civic Educ. Service, Publisher, 1733 K St., N. W. (6). 

YoutV. In^ctcr .................. Tuesday .......... {outh ^ Con t^.ed &. d'iE 

Walter T. Crandall. Ed.; Review and Herald Pub. Assn., Takoma Park Sta. (12). 



Circulation **Sept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statement*; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
P.O. Statement; Bold face, fworn; JPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -I- Uses Mats. ^Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch, v" Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. VIssued only during academic year. xSubscription included in membership fee. 

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FLORIDA 

Population 2,771,805 (U.S. Census. 1950) 
State Capital, TALLAHASSEE 

Florida is bounded on the north by Alabama and Georgia, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean, on 
the west by the Gulf of Mexico. A 50-mile stretch of the Perdido River on the northwest edge 
completes the circuit. These boundaries enclose a land area of 54,861 square miles and 3,805 
square miles of water , total area of 58,066 square miles. The general coastline measures 1,197 
miles around the state. The extreme distance from east to west across Florida measures 467 mile*, 
while the extreme length from the 31st parallel to the southernmost keys is about 444 miles. 

Of the 34,727,680 acres of land, 66% remains in forests while only about l/10th of the farmland 
is planted to crops. In general, Florida vegetation is divided among seven distinct areas : The 
flat woods, scrub lands, grassy swamps, savannas, salt marshes, hammocks and high pinelands. 
While Florida contains more varieties of native trees than any other region in America, only five 
are the true natives: Oak, pine, cypress, palm and mangrove trees. The pine, from the stunted 
sand pine to the stately open-crown long leaf variety, is the most common tree in Florida. 

Over 30,000 lakes and bays dot the state, headed by mammoth Lake Okeechobee, 730 square 
miles of shallow fresh water, roughly triangular in shape and 25 to 31 miles across. Okeechobee 
overflows today through great levees and flood gates into canals and into the sea. For centuries, 
the lake simply overflowed its banks into the beginning of the Indian-named "River of Grass," 
the Everglades. Altogether 858,500 acres of land and 370,000 acres of water and swamps com- 
poses the Everglades National Park. 

There are no high elevations in the state. The area in Walton County near De Funiak Springs 
In the northwest corner of the state is listed as the highest at 345 feet. Iron Mountain, 325 feet, 
is the highest point in peninsular Florida. 

Climate is semi-tropical, but temperatures do not reach extremes. The weather bureau at 
Miami lists the average monthly mean temperature at 75.3; the highest 95 in July, of 1942; 
the lowest 27 in February, 1917. 

Florida's economy is based on agriculture, industry and tourism. The citrus growing and 
processing activities in Florida outrank all other U. S. citrus production. Industrially, in 1956, 
a total of 441 new plants and major expansions cover a multitude of manufacturing, mining, 
engineering and research organizations. 

The tourist industry, a major factor in Florida economy, gains in popularity every year. In 
1957 there were 6,100,000 visitors. The estimated income from tourism was $1,150,000,000. 

The larger educational institutions include the University of Florida (Gainesville) ; Florida 
State University (Tallahassee); and University of Miami (Coral Gables). 

POPULATION 

Rank among the states (1950), twentieth. Urban population (1950), 65.4%. In 1950, of 
the 2,771,305 total population, 2,166,047 were white; 605,258 were non-white. 

AGRICULTURE 

Number of farms (1950), 56,921. Farm acreage, 16,511,536. Average acreage per farm, 290. 
Average value per farm, $15,081. Farms selling products over $10,000 in value, 5,209. 

Cash receipts from farm marketings (1957): crops, $475,863,000; livestock and products 
(includes meat animals, dairy products, poultry and eggs), $160,265,000. 

Value of sales of chief crops (1957): tobacco (value of production), $19,117,000; potatoes, 
$13,773,000, rank, tenth; peanuts, $4,328,000, rank, seventh; corn, $2,2456,000; soybeans, 
$2,143,000; cotton (value of production), $1,631,000; hay, $696,000; pecans, $506,000; sweet 
potatoes, $334,000; velvet beans (value of production), $315,000; cottonseed (value of pro- 
duction), $238,000; oats, $195,000. 

Value of sales of fruits (Citrus) (1957-58) : oranges and tangerines, $221,721,000, rank, first; 
grapefruit, $42,361,000, rank, first; tangelos, $1,491,000; limes, $1,085,000. 

Value of sales of fruits (noncitrus) (1957): strawberries (value of production), $1,757,000; 
avocados, $1,507,000. 

Farm value of animals on farms (1-1-58) : all cattle and calves, $152,786,000; hogs and pigs, 
$9,282,000; horses and mules, $2,450,000; all sheep and lambs, $108,000. 

Cash receipts from poultry (1957): eggs, $21,622,000; chickens (farm and commercial 
broilers), $8,070.000; turkeys, $1,482,000. 

Cash receipts from dairy products (1957) : all milk and cream, $73.609,000. Total milk produc- 
tion on farms, 1,101.000,000 Ibs, Dairy products (1957) : creamed cottage cheese, 2,385,000 Ibs.; 
ice cream, 16,442,000 gallons. 

FISHERIES 

Total catch (1956), 215,400,000 Ibs.; $30,809,000 value. Principal fish: shrimp, menhaden, 
crabs, oysters, catfish and bullheads, weakfish, mullet. 

FORESTS 

Total forest production (1947), 533,579 M. feet, b.m. Principal woods: southern yellow pine, 
cypress, red and sap gum, oak, black and tupelo gum, yellow poplar, ash, eastern cedar, maple, 
hickory, walnut, elm. 

MANUFACTURES 

Statistics for 1954: value added by manufacture, $785,826,000. Leading industry groups: 
food and kindred products, paper and allied products, chemicals and products. Total expenditures 
for new plant and new equipment, $105,078,000. 

Final figures for value added by manufacture in each of the leading industry groups are avail- 
able through Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 26, D. C. 

MINERALS 

Value (1951), $78,648,000. Principal mineral products In order of value: phosphate rock, 
stone, cement, sand and gravel. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Number of telephones (1-1-58), 1,507,500. Motor vehicles registered (Sept. 1958, est..), 2,104,- 
000 rank ninth. Number of post offices (1957), 547. Number of retail stores (1954), 41,280; 
sales, $3,994,796,000. 

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Directory of Newspapers and Periodicals, 1959 



LIST OF COUNTIES 

Total number of counties 67 



County. Location on Map and County Seat Fop. 

1 Alachua (N), Gainesville 57,026 

2 Baker <NE). Macclenny 6,818 

8 Bay (NW). Panama City 42,689 

4 Bradford (NC). Stark* 11,457 

5 Brevard (E), Tituaville 28,658 

6 Broward (S), Fort Lauderdale 88,983 

7 Calhoun (NW), Blountstown 7,922 

8 Charlotte (SW), Punta Gorda 4,286 

9 Citrus (WC). Inverness 6,111 

10 Clay (NE), Green Cove Springs.... 14,828 

11 Collier (S), Everglades 6,488 

12 Columbia (N), Lake City 18.216 

18 Dade (S), Miami 495,084 

14 De Soto (SW). Arcadia 9,242 

16 Dixie (N), Cross City 8,928 

16 Duval (NE), Jacksonville 804,029 

17 Escambia (NW). Pensacola 112.706 

18 Flakier (NE), Bunnell 8,867 

19 Franklin (NW). Apalachicola 5.814 

20 Gadsden (NW), Quincy 86.457 

21 Gilchrist (N). Trenton 8,499 

22 Slades (S), Moore Haven 2,199 

28 Gulf (NW), Wewahitchka 7.460 

24 Hamilton (N), Jasper 8.981 

25 Hardee (C), Wauchula 10.078 

26 Hendry (SC), La Belle 6.051 

27 Hernando (WC), Brooks ville 6,693 

28 Highlands (C). Sebring 18,686 

29 Hillsborough (WC), Tampa 249.894 

80 Holmes (NW), Bonifay 13.988 

81 Indian River (E), Vero Beach 11.872 

82 Jackson (NW), Marianna 84,645 

88 Jefferson (N). Monticello 10,413 

84 Lafayette (N), Mayo 8.440 



County, Location on Map and County Seat Pop. 

35 Lake (C), Tavares 86,840 

36 Lee (S), Fort Myers 28.404 

37 Leon (N), Tallahassee 61,590 

38 Levy (W), Bronson 10,687 

39 Liberty (NW). Bristol 8.182 

40 Madison (N), Madison 14.197 

41 Manatee (WC), Bradenton 84,704 

42 Marion (NC). Ocala 88,187 

43 Martin (E), Stuart 7,807 

44 Monroe (S), Key West 29,967 

45 Nassau (NE), Fernandina 12,811 

46 Okaloosa (NW). Crestview 27.588 

47 Okeechobee (EC), Okeechobee 8,464 

48 Orange (EC), Orlando 114,960 

49 Osceola (C), Kissimmee 11,406 

50 Palm Beach (SE). West Palm 

Beach 114.688 

61 Pasco (WC), Dade City 20,629 

52 Pinellaa (WC). Clearwater 159,249 

53 Polk (C), Bartow 123,997 

54 Putnam (NE), Palatka 28,616 

56 St. Johns (NE), St. Augustine 24.998 

56 St. Lucie (SE). Fort Pierce 20.180 

67 Santa Rosa (NW), Milton 18,554 

58 Saras ota (SW), Saras ota 28,827 

59 Seminole (EC). Sanford 26.888 

60 Sumter (C), Bushnell 11,880 

61 Suwannee (N), Live Oak 16.986 

62 Taylor (N), Perry 10,416 

63 Union (N). Lake Butler 8,906 

64 Volusia (E), De Land 74,229 

66 Wakulla (NW), Crawfordville 5,258 

66 Walton (NW), De Funiak Springs 14,725 

67 Washington (NW), Chipley 11.888 



FLORIDA NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL STATISTICS 



Newspapers 

Period of Issue Number 

Daily 48 

Evening Dailies (29) 

Morning Dailies (19) 

Daily, Foreign (2) 

Daily, with Sunday edition (35) 

Tri-weekly 3 

Semi-weekly 5 

Weekly 152 

Semi-monthly 2 

Free or partly free dist. wklies (5) 
Shoppers (2) 



Total Newspapers 



210 



Periodicals 

Period of Issue Number 

Daily 3 

Weekly 8 

Semi-weekly 2 

Semi-monthly 2 

Monthly 53 

Bi-monthly 5 

Quarterly 14 

Eight times a year 2 

Seven times during college yr. 1 

Five times during college year 1 

Four ti. dur. college yr 1 

Four times a year 2 

Total Periodicals 94 



Total number of publications 304 

County seats (indicated by t) having publications 65 

Total number of towns having publications 142 

For circulation figures for dafljr papers see also Daily Newspaper List In back of Directory. Occasionally it Is 
possible to incorporate a later figure in that list. 



CIre 



ALACHUA -Free Press See Telegram, High Springs. Estab Cols^ Width V Depth Sub 

ALLAPATTAH See Journal of Miami. 

APALACHICOLAf (A2), pop. 8,222 ; Franklin Co. (NW). On Gulf of Mexico, at mouth 

of Apalachicola River, 65 m SW of Tallahassee. AN RR. Boat connections. Air- 

port. Seafood canned; turpentine, cigar boxes, army tents, barrels, boats manu- 

factured. Shrimp, crab, oyster, fish fisheries; hardwood timber. Poultry farms. 

Franklin Press -h ..................... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1958 7 24 280 1.50 - 

Genaro A. Zingarelli, Editor and Publisher, 16 Ave. D. 
Times ........................................ Friday ............. Democratic ........ 1885 7 24 280 3.00 1,2O2 

Harry Sawyer, Editor; Apalachicola Times, Publisher, Commerce St. 

APOPKA (E8), pop. 2,254; Orange Co. (EC). 12 m W of Orlando. SAL; ACL RRs. 

Nurseries. Citrus fruit, poultry and truck farms. 
Chief -f ...................................... Wednesday ..... Democratic ........ 1921 7 24 280 2.50 

Christine Hutto, Editor; Eldon O. Johns, Publisher, Winter Garden. 

ARCADIAf (E4%), pop. 4,764; DeSoto Co. (SW). 65 m S of Lakeland. ACL; SAL 

RRs. Airport. Citrus fruit packed; canning; insecticide manufactured. Pine 

timber. Agriculture. Fruit, cattle, poultry. 

Arcadian-f- .............................. .Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1924 8 24 287 8.00 

Bert Close, Editor; Ebersole Publishing Co., Publisher. 



81.962 



ClrcaUtton A*Sept. A- B.C. Statement; *Jnne and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; (Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. <3> Nonpareil 
eras. 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch tCottnty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscrlption included in membership fee. 

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FLORIDA 



Estab Coif Width V Depth Sub 

AUBURNDALE (E3% ). pop. 8,768; Polk Co. (C). 10 m E of Lakeland. SAL; ACL RRs. 
Phosphate mining. Citrus fruit packing; box factory. Citrus fruit, truck farms. 



Cirt 



Watermelons, strawberries. 

Star 4- Thursday Independent 1958 8 

Bob Bobroff, Editor; Charles Goshorn, Publisher, P. O. Box 126. 



24 294 2.50 (2,030 



AVON PARK (E4), pop. 4,612; Highlands Co. (C). 48 m SE of Lakeland. SAL; ACL 
RRs. Airport. Citrus packing plants; bottling works. Timber. Citrus, stock, 
truck farms. 

Sun-f Thursday Democratic 1924 8 21 280 4.00 **1,189 

W. A. Meyer, Publisher. 

BARTOWf (E8H). pop. 8,694; Polk Co. (C). 12 m SE of Lakeland. SAL; ACL RRs. 
Airport. Fruit and vegetable shipping; phosphate and fertilizer plants; citrus 
fruit and pimiento canning factories ; crate, saw mills. Timber, phosphate mines. 
Citrus fruit, truck, poultry farms. 

f Citrus Industry. The + Monthly Citrus Fruits 1919 3 26 140 1.00 *4,471 

\ Polk County Democrat 4- Tues. & Fri Democratic 1931 8 24 224 4.00 2,643 

1 S. Lloyd Frisbie, Editor; Frisbie Publishing Co., Inc.. Publisher. 

BELLE GLADE (F6), pop. 7,219; Palm Beach Co. (SE). On Lake Okeechobee, 40 m W 
of Palm Beach. Railroad station, Belle Glade Chosen. FEC RR. Airport. Vege- 
table packing and canning plants ; bottling works, sugar, feed, fertilizer, insecti- 
cides, crates manufactured. Agriculture. Celery, beans, tomatoes, cattle. 

Herald + Thursday Independent 1939 8 24 308 3.00 2,265 

Luther Jones, Editor; Belle Glade Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 68. 

BLOUNTSTOWNf (Al), pop. 2,118; Calhoun Co. (NW). On Apalachicola River, 49 m 
W of Tallahassee. M&B RR. Boat connections. Manufactures lumber, veneer, 
turpentine. Pine, hardwood timber. Stock, poultry, grain farms. Corn, peanuts, 
sugar cane. 

County Record -f Thursday Independent 1907 7 24 280 2.00 800 

Wallace Finlay, Editor and Publisher. 

BONlFAYf (C5^), pop. 2,262; Holmes Co. (NW). 95 m E of Pensacola. LAN RR. 
Heading veneer, saw mills ; plywood factory. Pine timber. Diversified farming. 
Cotton, peanuts, corn, sweet potatoes. 

Holmes County Advertiser -f. Friday Democratic 1892 7 24 280 3.00 1,825 

N. DeVane Williams, Editor and Publisher. 

BOYNTON BEACH (F5), pop. 2,642; Palm Beach Co. (SE). 12 m S of Palm Beach. 
FEC ; SAL RRs. Novelty factory. Nurseries. Agriculture. Celery, beans, tomatoes. 

Chair Rental Forecaster \Mniii,r rh,v T^nfi 1955 8 80 14 1 - 

(offset) f Monthj y Chair Rental Controlled free dist. 

Alice Gaskfll, Editor; Folding Chair Rental Assn. of America, Publisher, 
P. O. Box 206. 

News Thursday Independent 1945 5 24 224 2.50 

Vernon Lamme, Editor; Sidney Hirsch, Publisher, Box 698. 

BRADENTONf (D4), pop. 13,604; Manatee Co. (WC). On Manatee River, 41 m S of 
Tampa. SAL; ACL RRs. Airline, NAL. Fruit and vegetable shipping; grapefruit 
cannery; bottling works; crate mill. Ships gladioli. Fisheries. Resort. Pine tim- 
ber. Diversified farming. Tomatoes, citrus fruit, celery. 
fKvjr. ex. Sat. 



124 
527 



53,186 



Ind. Dem 



1922 8 



Herald -f <& Sun., 

ISun. M. 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
John T. Hammer, Editor; W. E. Page, Publisher, 401 Thirteenth St. 



22 297 23.40 
Sunday circ 



*13,680 
* 13,330 



BRANFORD Swanee See Telegram, High Springs. 

BRlSTOLf (Al), pop. X686; Liberty Co. (NW). On Apalachicola River, 44 m W of 
Tallahassee. Railroad station and bank, Blountstown. M&B RR. Boat connec- 
tions. Manufactures turpentine. Pine, hardwood timber. Agriculture. Peanuts, 
sugar cane, potatoes. 

Free Press Thursday Democratic 1896 6 26 280 1.50 

A. C. Weaver, Editor and Publisher. 

BRONSONf (D2), pop. 624; Levy Co. (W). 24 m SW of Gainesville. Railroad station, 
Archer. ACL; SAL RRS. Bank, Williston. Naval stores produced; saw mill. 
Timber. Fruit, stock farming. 

Levy County Journal -f Thursday Democratic 1928 7 24 280 2.00 

Elton Cobb, Editor and Publisher. 

BROOKSVILLEf (D3), pop. 1,818; Hernando Co. (WC). 50 m N of Tampa. ACL; SAL 
RRs. Fruit and vegetables packed. Rock products ; crates, veneer manufactured. 
Citrus fruit, poultry farms. 

Journal-}- .Thursday Democratic 1927 7 24 280 3.00 

Wallace Russell, Editor; E. R. Russell, Publisher. 

S U n-f Friday Democratic 1932 7 23 280 3.00 

Victor J. Lord, Editor and Publisher, 22 East Liberty St. 

BUNNELLf (E2). pop. 1,841; Flagler Co. (NE). 65 m SE of Jacksonville. FEC RR. 
Cement mill. Saw mill. Pine, cypress timber. Agriculture. Citrus fruit, corn, 
vegetables. 

Flagler Tribune-f- Thursday Independent 1913 5 24 224 2.50 

Mrs. M. B. Fuller, Editor; M. B. Fuller, Publisher. 

BUSHNELLf (D8), pop. 586; Sumter Co. (C). 63 m NE of Tampa. SAL RR. Agri- 
culture. Cattle, tomatoes, cucumbers, watermelon. 

Sumter County Times -f Thursday Independent 1881 7 24 280 2.60 

Wendell C. Gentry, Editor and Publisher. 



776 

1,926 

tl.400 

863 
2,218 



Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; JPublisher's Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. Q Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty st. Population 1950 Census, xRand McNatty 
estimate. Visaed only during academic year. xSubscrlption included in membership fee. 

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CALLAHAN (El), pop. 722; Nassau Co. (NE). 17 m NW of Jacksonville. SAL; ACL 
RR. Saw mills. Pine, cypress timber. Manufactures veneer, naval stores. Diversi- 
fied farming. Poultry, livestock, potatoes, truck crops. 

Nassau County Record + Thursday Democratic 1930 6 24 280 1.50 1,753 

Lyold W. Herrin, Editor and Publisher. 

CANAL POINT (F4%). pop. 1,022; Palm Beach Co. (SE). On Lake Okeechobee and 
West Palm Beach Canal. 42 m NW of West Palm Beach. FEC RR. Bank, Pahokee. 
Vegetables shipped. Agriculture. Beans, peas, cabbage. 

Everglades News Friday Democratic 1924 5 24 224 2.00 

Paul Rardin, Editor and Publisher. 

CHATTAHOOCHEE (Bl), pop. 8,473; Gadsden Co. (NW). On Apalachicola River, 
40 m NW of Tallahassee. AN; ACL; L&N; SAL RRs. Bottling works; grist 
mill. Manufactures cellulose products. Agriculture. Tobacco, truck crops. 

News-H Friday Independent 1946 7 24 280 2.00 900 

Mrs. Elizabeth Chason, Editor; Wesley R. Ramsey, Publisher, P. O. Box 505. 

CHIEFLAND (D2), pop. 843; Levy Co. (W). 40 m SW of Gainesville. ACL RR. Cold 
storage plant; saw mill. Citrus fruit, truck farms. 

Citizen -f Thursday Independent 1950 5 24 210 2.00 747 

Jack M. Holland, Editor; Jack M. and Betty Jo Holland, Pubs., P. O. Box 75. 

CHIPLEYf (D5%), POP. 2,959; Washington Co. (NW). 36 m S of Dothan, Ala. L&N 
RR. Airport. Grist mills ; bottling works ; pine timber. Manufactures naval stores, 
church furniture, spools, lumber. Agriculture. Cotton, peanuts, watermelons. 

Washington Co. News + Thursday Democratic 1924 7 24 280 2.50 1,495 

L. E. Sellers, Editor and Publisher. 

CLEARWATERf (D3%), pop. 15,581; Pinellas Co. (WC). On Gulf of Mexico, 25 m W 
of Tampa. ACL; SAL RRs. Airlines, NAL; EAL; MAK. Citrus fruit packing 
houses; grapefruit, fish canneries; citrus juice extractors, preserves, wine manu- 
factured. Fisheries. Shore resort. Citrus fruit farms. 

fEvg. ex. Sat. 1914 8 22 301 18.20 * 16,889 

Sun + {& Sun., Democratic **15,850 

[Sun. Morn. Sunday circ. 5.20 *17,836 

Comic strip advertising accepted. ** 16,844 

J. L. Beardsley Editor; Clearwater Sun, Inc., Publisher. 

CLERMONT (E3). pop. 2,168; Lake Co. (C). 27 m W of Orlando. ACL; T&GU RRs. 
Salt shakers, cabinets, boats, garden furniture manufactured; citrus fruit, 
vegetable, pecan packing and canning plants. Fruit, truck, poultry farms. 

Press -f Thursday Independent 1914 8 24 301 2.50 1,610 

W. L. Hullinger, Editor and Publisher. 

CLEWISTON (F5), pop. 2,499; Hendry Co. (SC). On Lake Okeechobee, 55 m W of 
West Palm Beach. ACL RR. Airport. Raw sugar mill. Agriculture. Sugar cane, 
cattle, beans, tomatoes. 

News-}- Thursday Democratic 1926 7 24 280 3.00 1,151 

Beryl Bowden, Editor; Clewiston News, Inc., Publisher. 

COCOA (F3), pop. 4,245; Brevard Co. (E). On Indian River, 40 m SE of Orlando. 
Railroad name, Cocoa-Rockledge. FEC RR. Citrus fruit packing; boat works. 
Tourist resort. Fisheries. Pine timber. Agriculture. Citrus fruit, beans, tomatoes. 



Tribune-h ................................. Fri 



Democratic ........ 1917 

Mrs. C. H. Holderman, Editor and Publisher. 



8 24 294 7.00 3,625 



CORAL GABLES (F6), branch of Miami P. O., pop. 19,837 (special U. S. Census 
10-27-55, gives 29,210) ; Dade Co. (S). On Atlantic Ocean at mouth of Biscayne 
Bay, adjoining Miami on Southwest. SAL; FEC RRs. 

Citrus fruit preserving, cosmetic, women's apparel, furniture, fertilizer, radio 
equipment, paper box, awning factories. University of Miami. Resort. Poultry, 
truck, fruit farms. Three banks; bank clearings (June, 1957), $81,152,231; 
deposits (June, 1957), $51,205,605. 11,915 electric meters; 21,500 telephones. 

Miami Hurricane, The -f V -. Friday Collegiate 1926 5 24 217 3.00 

Students of the University of Miami, Editors and Publishers. 

Southern Beverage Journal.. ..Monthly Liquor Trade 1945 3 

Bernard Hill, Editor ; Southern Beverage Journal, Inc., 2 

Publisher, 327 Alcazar Ave. 



3.00 



Tempo-f- V .. 7 ti. a yr Collegiate 1949 3 

Students of the University of Miami, Editors and Publishers. 

Times + Thursday Independent 1926 8 

Robert M. Faloon, Editor; James T. Walters, Publisher. 



27 140 
42 140 
Controlled circ. 
26 140 1.50 



8,800 



>1 3,858 
2,000 



24 315 4.00 5,700 



CRAWFORDVILLEf (Bl%), pop. X600; Wakulla Co. (NW). 18 m S of Tallahassee, 
nearest bank. Railroad station, Wakulla. SAL RR. Agriculture. 

Wakulla County News -f Friday Democratic 1898 7 24 280 2.00 2,750 

William Von Maurer, Editor and Publisher. 

CRESCENT CITY (E2), pop. 1,393; Putnam Co. (NE). 60 m S of Jacksonville. ACL 
RR. Boat works; tool and die plant; seafood packing house; ferneries. Bass, cat- 
fish fisheries. Resort. Timber. Diversified farming. Oranges, grapefruit. 

Joumal-f- Friday In d. Dem 1924 5 24 224 2.00 

Prints edition for Hastings. 

Mrs. J. E. Johnson, Editor; W. H. S. Johnson, Publisher. 

Putnam County Courier-f Thursday Independent 1945 7 24 280 2.60 1,176 

Esther E. Thomas, Editor and Publisher. 



Cfa 



atioi 



-**Sept. A.B.C. Statement: *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 



P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; tPubliaher'a Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Mats. Nonpareil 
ems. 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. Visaed only during academic year. xSubacription included in membership fee. 
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CRESTVIEWf (C5%), pop. 5,003 (special U.S. Census 9-21-56, gives 7,496) ;Okaloosa 
Co. (NW). 45 m NE of Pensacola. L&N RR. Shirts, underwear manufactured ; saw 
mills. Ships pecans. Timber. Agriculture. Cattle, cotton, corn. 
Okaloosa News-Journal ........... Thursday ........ Independent ...... 1916 7 24 287 3.00 3,875 

E. T. Broderick, Editor and Publisher. 

CROSS CITYf (C2), pop. 1,522; Dixie Co. (N). 48 m W of Gainesville. ACL RR. 

Bottling works, machine shop. Pine, cypress timber. Agriculture. 
Dixie County Advocate + ........ Friday ............. Democratic ........ 1922 7 24 280 2.00 910 

Al Parker, Editor and Publisher. 

DADE CITYf (pop. 3,806; Pasco Co. (WC). 30 m NW of Lakeland. SAL; ACL RRs. 
Citrus fruit packing ; bottling works ; lumber mill ; fruit cannery ; hatchery. 
Cypress, pine timber. Fruit, truck, poultry farms. 
Banner-f .................................. Friday ............. Democratic ........ 1904 8 24 294 2.50 3,000 

H. S. Bazzell, Editor; Dade City Banner, Publisher. 

DAN I A (F5%), pop. 4,540 (special U. S. Census 4-7-55, gives 5,680); Broward Co. 
(S). On Atlantic Ocean, 20 m N of Miami. FEC; SAL RRs. Resort. Boating and 
fishing. Fruit, vegetable packing plants. Agriculture. Citrus fruits, vegetables. 
Press-F ..................................... Friday ............. Independent ....... 1989 5 24 217 2.50 1,200 

F. K. Gather, Editor; Broward Publishing Co., Inc. 

DAYTON A BEACH (E2), pop. 30,187; Volusia Co. (E). On Halifax River, 57 m S of 
St. Augustine. FEC RR. Boat connections. Airlines, EAL; NAL. Summer and 
winter resort. Several private schools; Bethune-Cookman College (Negro). 
Pine, cypress timber. 

Citrus fruit packed; concrete products, furniture, plastic factories; bottling, 
boat, sheet metal works ; saw mills. Agriculture. Citrus fruit, truck crops. Three 
banks; bank clearings (June, 1958), $55,763,470; deposits (June, 1958), $116,- 
383,493. 30,181 electric (AC) meters; 5,647 gas (artif.) meters; 30,017 tele- 
phones. 
Examiner-f- .............................. Saturday ......... Independent ...... 1946 5 24 224 3.00 

Fred W. De Motte, Editor and Publisher, Box 6047. 
'Journal-f .................................. Morn.ex.Sun... Independent ....... 1904 8 23 308 20.00 

News + ..................................... Evff. ex. Sun. ..Independent ....... 1904 8 23 30820.00 

Subscription prices include News-Journal. 
Color and comic strip advertising accepted in both dailies. 
News- Journal-f ....................... Sunday ............ Independent ...... 1904 8 28 308 

Herbert Davidson, Editor; Julius Davidson, Publisher, 128 Orange Ave. 
Observer-f- ............................... Saturday ......... Democratic ........ 1924 5 24 224 2.50 

F. C. Fitzgerald, Editor; Fitzgerald Publications, 427 Silver Beach Ave. 
DE FUNIAK SPRINGSf (C6%), pop. 3,077; Walton Co. (NW). 70 m E of Pensacola. 
L&N RR. Airport. Manufactures lumber, turpentine, beverages. Timber. Agri- 
culture. Corn, cotton, peanuts, poultry. 
Herald-f ................................... Thursday ........ Democratic ........ 1888 7 24 280 3.00 

Howard Storrs, Editor; H. C. Storrs, Publisher. 

DE LANDf (E2%). pop. 8,652; Volusia Co. (E). 23 m SW of Daytona Beach. ACL RR. 

John B. Stetson University. Winter resort. Pine, cypress timber. Manufactures 

caskets, hypodermic needles, boats; bottling works; lumber mill; fruit packed. 

Poultry, truck, dairy, fruit farms. 

Stetson Reporter-f V ............. Friday ............. Collegiate .......... 1886 5 24 182 1.50 

Students of Stetson University, Editors and Publishers. 

fEvg. ex. Sat. 1929 8 22 301 18.00 

Sun News -f ............................. 4&Sun., Independent ...... 

[Sun. Morn. Sunday circ. 

Comic strip advertising accepted. 

May G. Homer, Editor; De Land Publishing Company. 
DELJRAY BEACH (F5), pop. 6,312; Palm Beach Co. (SE). On Atlantic Ocean, 17 m 
S of West Palm Beach. Railroad name, Delray. FEC; SAL RRs. Nurseries. Resort. 
Agriculture. Cattle, beans, tomatoes, gladioli. 
Journal (offset) ...................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1948 8 24 287 3.00 3,150 

Lora S. Britt, Editor; Robert L. Britt, Publisher, P. O. Box 532. 
News + ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1928 8 24 301 5.00 *2,936 

Delray Beach News. Publisher, 24 N. E. 4th Ave. **2,548 

DUNEDIN (D3%), pop. 8,202; Pinellas Co. (WC). 21 m W of Tampa. ACL RR. 
Manufactures canning machinery, citrus packing equipment, furniture; con- 
centrate citrus juice plant. Fruit packed. Winter resort. Agriculture. Citrus 
fruit, truck crops. 
Professional Golfer, The ........ Monthly .......... Golf .................... 1919 3 28 140 x3.00 6,212 

Robert Russell, Editor; Professional Golfers' Assn. of America, Publisher, 

Broadway and Main St. 
Times-f .................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1924 8 24 301 3.00 1,700 

Elbert Water son, Editor and Publisher, 587 Main St. 
EDISON CENTER See Journal of Miami. 

ENGLEWOOD (D4%), pop. X850; Sarasota Co. (SW). On Gulf of Mexico, 80 m S of 
Saras ota. Railroad station, Nokomis. SAL RR. Winter resort. Boat yard. Boating 
and fishing. Citrus fruit farms. 
Herald-f ................................... Friday ............. Independent ...... 1955 5 24 210 3.25 1,122 

Edna Serrell, Editor; J. H. Jesse, Publisher. 

EUSTIS (E2H), POP. 4,005; Lake Co. (C). On Lake Eustis, 82 m NW of Orlando. 
ACL RR. Citrus fruit packing ; cannery ; boat works ; creamery ; saw mill. Resort. 
Agriculture. Citrus fruits, grapes, poultry. 
Lake Region News -f .............. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1881 7 24 284 4.00 **2,084 

Marie Bolles, Editor; Lake Region News, Publisher. 



*25,066 
*22,569 



*33,573 
1,076 

J2,560 

$1,500 

*5,332 

**5,121 

*5,480 



Circulation *+Sept. A B.C. Statement: *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
PO Statement; Bold face, aworn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. -fUses Mats. $ Nonpareil 
em's.' 12 to inch. T Agate lines. 14 to inch. fCounty teat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate VI*ed only during academic year. xSubacription included in membership fee. 

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FERNANDINA BEACHf (El), pop. 4,420; Nassau Co. (NE). On Amelia Island, 25 m 
NE of Jacksonville. SAL RR. Shrimp packing; wood pulp, fish oil, meal ferti- 
lizer manufactured. Shrimp, oyster, menhaden fisheries ; pine timber. Agriculture. 

News-Leader Friday Ind. Dem 1891 8 24 287 3.00 * 1,620 

Herschel Williams, Publisher, 611 Ash St. **1,829 

FORT LAUDERDALEt (F5% ), pop. 36,328 (special U. S. Census 4-7-55, gives 62,906). 
Broward Co. (S). On Atlantic Ocean, 25 m N of Miami. FEC; SAL RRs. Airline, 
MAK; Resort. TV station. 

Manufactures cement products, fertilizer, mattresses, furniture, aircraft- 
fittings, electronic equipment, fibre glass, bamboo and aluminum products, boats. 
Nurseries; dairies. Truck farms, orange groves. Eight banks; deposits (6-30-58), 
199,292,823. 36,406 electric (AC) meters; 31,285 water meters; 64,989 tele- 
phones. 

K ___ , fEvg. ex. Sun.,, n 1910 8 22 315 18.20 *53,491 

News + 1 Sun. Morn. Ind ' Dem **50^1 1 

Color advertising accepted. Sunday circ. -53,764 

Jack W. Gore, Editor; Gore Publishing Company. **50,791 

PCI Journal Quarterly ConcreteEng'g.. 1956 2 28 95x6.00 $1,500 

Dr. A. M. Ozell, Editor; Pres tressed Concrete Institute, Inc., 3132 N. E. 9th St. 

Sun Colony, The Semi-mo Resort News 1945 4 22 154 3.95 5,000 

Issued semi-monthly, November through May. 

Robert Walker, Editor; Suncol Publications, Inc., Publisher, P. O. Box 2398. 

FORT MEADE (E4), pop. 2,803; Polk Co. (C). 45 m SE of Tampa. ACL RR. Citrus 
fruit packing; saw mill; bottling works. Phosphate mines; pine, cypress timber. 
Diversified farming. Corn, melons, beans. 

Leader-f Friday Democratic 1909 5 24 210 3.50 994 

A. L. Cleveland, Editor; A. L. Cleveland and Pat Cleveland, Publishers. 

FORT MYERSt (E6), pop. 13,195; Lee Co. (S). On Caloosahatchee River, 120 m SE 
of Tampa. ACL RR. Airline, NAL. Fruit and vegetable shipping, canning. Boats, 
cigars, beverages, lumber manufactured. Fisheries. Resort. Yellow pine, cypress 
timber. Agriculture. Citrus fruits, vegetables. TV station. 

New.-Press + Every Morn...Democratic 1884 8 28 31B 18 -^1^I| 

Color advertising accepted. Sunday circ. * 15, 034 

W. R. Spear, Editor; News-Press Publishing Company. **13,964 

FORT PIERCEf (F4), pop. 18,502; St. Lucie Co. (SE). On Atlantic Ocean, 58 m N of 
West Palm Beach. FEC RR. Fruit and vegetable packing and canning; barrels, 
beverages, fertilizer, boats, lumber manufactured. Fisheries. Resort. Pine timber. 
Agriculture. Citrus fruits, beans, tomatoes. 

News-THbune-f n? Indent 2 



Color advertising: accepted. 

C. S. Miley, Editor; H. T. Enns, Publisher. 

Press (offset) Thursday Independent 1955 8 23 217 2.60 

David B. Putnam, Editor and Publisher, 100 Orange Ave. 

FORT WALTON BEACH (C6), pop. 2,468 (special U. S. Census 9-21-66, gives 9,456) ; 
Okaloosa Co. (NW). On Gulf of Mexico, 40 m E of Pensacola. Railroad station, 
Crestview. LAN RR. Bank, Ft. Walton. Fruit, poultry, truck farms. 

Playground News Thursday Independent 1946 8 24 294 3.00 *5,534 

Wayne Bell, Editor and Publisher. **5,527 

FROSTPROOF (E4), pop. 2,329; Polk Co. (C). 32 m SE of Lakeland. ACL RR. Citrus 
fruit packing, canning, processing; saw mill; fertilizer factory. Pine timber. 
Fruit, stock farms. 

Highland News -f- Friday Independent 1915 7 24 280 2.50 $800 

A. H. Mellor, Editor and Publisher. 

GAINESVILLEf (D2), pop. 26,861; Alachua Co. (N). 60 m SW of Jacksonville. SAL; 
ACL RRs. Airline, EAL. Fertilizer, crates, tung oil, lumber, naval stores, elec- 
tronic tubes manufactured. Pine timber. Meat packing center. Six banks. Uni- 
versity of Florida. Corn, tobacco, tung oil nuts. 

Copeia (no adv.) Quarterly {files' ?tc P ~ 1913 2 24 112 x6 ' 00 1 ' 450 

Fred R Cagle, Editor; American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 

Publisher, Florida State Museum, University of Florida. 
Florida Agriculture -f Monthly Agriculture 1943 3 28 140 x2.50 27,964 

Not issued during June, July and August. 

Hugh Waters, Editor; Fla. Farm Bureau Fed'ns, Publisher, 4350 S. W. 18th St. 

Florida AlligatorV + Tues.&Fri. ..Collegiate 190T Controlled f^dlst. 

Students of the University of Florida, Editors and Publishers. 
Florida College Farmer V 4 ti. a yr Coll. & Agric 1948 3 28 140 .50 

R. W. McRae, Editor; Florida College Farmer, Publisher, Florida Union Bldg. 
Florida Entomologist Quarterly Entomological... 19 17 1 54 84 6.00 J416 

Dr. Lewis Berner, Editor ; Florida Entomological Society, Publisher, 

Univ. Station, Box 2425. 
Florida Historical Quarterly.. Quarterly Historical 1908 1 43 126 x5.00 700 

Rembert W. Patrick, Editor; Florida Historical Society, Publisher, Box 3646. 

Florida Libraries -f Quarterly {Research 195 3 27 14 x2 ' 00 75 

Fred David Bryant, Editor; Florida Library Assn., Publisher, 
University of Florida. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
fP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; $ Publisher'! Report; Light face, estimated. 4- Uses Mats. 6 Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. VIsaued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership fee. 

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140 3.50 

808 18.00 * 12, 609 
**12,623 

Sunday circ. * 13, 093 
**13>092 



GAINESVILLEf (Continued) Estab Cols Width V Depth Sub Circ 

Orange Peel, The V Quarterly . Collegiate 1933 3 26 127 1.00 

Students of University of Florida, Editors and Publishers Controlled free dist. $5,000 

Plant Physiology Bi-monthly. Plant Phys. 1926 2 86 120 12.00 $8,000 

A. H. Brown, Editor; American Society of Plant Physiologists, Publishers, 
Box 2665, University Station. 

Players Magazine-f Monthly Educ. Drama 1923 3 26 

Clark Weaver, Editor; Players Magazine, Publisher, Box 839. 

fEvg.ex.Sat. 1876 8 28 

Sun-f { & Sun., Democratic 

I Sun. Morn. 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 
W. M. Pepper, Jr., Editor; Pepper Printing Co., Publisher. 

GRACEVILLE (D5%), pop. 1,638; Jackson Co. (NW). 20 m S of Dothan, Ala. L&N 
RR. Lumber mill, cotton gin. Pine timber. Agriculture. Cotton, watermelons, 
peanuts. 

News-f Thursday Independent 1902 7 24 280 2.00 970 

Orsen B. Spivey, Publisher. 

GREEN COVE SPRINGSf (El%), pop. 8,291; Clay Co. (NE). On St. Johns River, 
26 m S of Jacksonville. ACL RR. Hosiery, saw mills. Residential. Health resort. 
Commercial and sport fishing. Pine timber. Diversified farming. 

Clay County Crescent -j- Thursday Democratic 1920 8 24 280 8.00 2,380 

Janie M. Johnson, Editor; Clay County Crescent, Inc., Publisher. 209 W. Walnut. 

GROVELAND (E3), pop. 1,028; Lake Co. (C). 34 m W of Orlando. ACL RR. Cannery; 
fruit packing and processing plant; garden furniture factory. Agriculture. Citrus 
fruits, grapes, poultry. 

Press -f Friday Independent 1947 8 24 301 2.50 53O 

Warren L. Hullinger, Editor and Publisher, Clermont. 

GULFPORT See Saint Petersburg. 

HA1NES CITY (E3%), pop. 6,630; Polk Co. (C). 20 m NE of Lakeland. ACL RR. 

Citrus fruit canning and packing; feed mills. Fruit, truck, stock farms. 
Herald-f Thursday Independent 1916 8 24 280 2.50 2,OOO 

R. L. Cromer, Editor; S. L. Stokes, Publisher. 

HASTINGS Journal See Crescent City. 

Sun See Palatka. 

HAVANA (Bl), pop. 1,634; Gadsden Co. (NW). 15 m N of Tallahassee. SAL RR. 
Agriculture. Tobacco, corn, sugar cane, livestock. 

Herald -f Thursday Agric. Dem 1947 7 24 280 2.50 860 

Jack E. Dudley, Editor and Publisher. 

HIALEAH (F6), pop. 19,676 (special U. S. Census 10-27-55, gives 43,135); Dade Co. 
(S). On Miami Canal, 8 m NW of Miami. FEC; SAL RRs. Hialeah Park racing 
course. 

Meat packing; smoked fish processing. Manufactures kitchen cabinets, Vene- 
tian blinds, bricks, metal, fibre glass, steel, concrete products, mattresses, awn- 
ings, bed frames, fabricated homes. 
Florida Grocer (offset) .. Monthly ..Grocers . . 1955 5 24 234 6.00 

Jay Morton, Editor and Publisher, 300 E. First Ave. Controlled free dist. 7,7OO 

Home News (offset) Friday Independent 1944 5 24 224 3.00 3,910 

Blanche H. Morton, Editor; Jay Morton, Publisher, 300 E. 1st Ave. 
Journal See Miami. 

HIGH SPRINGS (Dl%), pop. 2,088; Alachua Co. (N). On Santa Fe River, 22 m NW 
of Gainesville. ACL RR. Peanut mill; railroad shops. Phosphate mine. Timber. 



224 3.00 1,075 



32 105 2.40 

24 210 3.00 
Combined circ. 



1,024 



Dairy, stock, poultry, truck farms. Tobacco, watermelons, peanuts. 
Herald 4- Thursday Independent 1952 5 24 

Elbridge G. Cann, Editor and Publisher. 
Hilltop Magazine Quarterly Gen'l Int 1930 2 

Sophie Jean Irving. Editor; Hilltop, Publisher. 

Telegram -f Friday Independent 1924 B 

Prints editions for Alachua called Free Press and Bran ford called Swanee. 
F. M. Arkell, Editor; Rod Arkell, Publisher. 

HOLLYWOOD (F5%), pop. 14,351 (special U. S. Census 4-7-55, gives 22.798); 
Broward Co. (S). On Atlantic Ocean and inland waterway canal, 20 m N of 
Miami. FEC; SAL RRs. Resort. Foundry; concrete blocks, mattresses, cabinets, 
mirrors, beverages, electronic equipment, game equipment, clothing manufac- 
tured. Agriculture. Citrus fruit, dairy, poultry products. 

He 6b8erJe1-+ rOWard JFriday Independent 1925 5 24 224 2.50 

Stanley Mendenhaii/Ed. ; Bob Slater and Bob Spear, Pubs., 1348 S. Dixie H'way. 

Sun-Tattler + {^ Wed " Independent . .. 1935 8 23 308 9-00 . *14,580 

Wilmont E. Day and G. W. McCall, Publishers. 

HOMESTEAD (F6), pop. 4,678; Dade Co. (S). 28 m SW of Miami. SAL; FEC RRs. 
Fruit and vegetables packed ; fertilizer manufactured. Citrus fruit, truck farms. 
Tomatoes, potatoes. 

Leader- Perrine Post 4- .Thursday Democratic 1912 8 24 301 3.00 

Ben Archer, Editor and Publisher. 

News-f Thursday Democratic 1934 8 24 287 8.00 

Polly R. Balfe, Editor and Publisher, 15 N. E. 1 Road. 

Circulation **Sept. A.B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit} 
8 P.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn; t Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated. +Uses Mats. 4 Nonpareil 
ems, 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. xRand McNally 
estimate. VI**ued only during academic year. ^Subscription included in membership lee. 

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6,423 

>14,550 
**1 3,642 

J4.008 
3,800 



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INDIAN ROCKS BEACH (DStt), pop. 198; Pinellas Co. (WC). On Gulf of Mexico, 25 m 
SW of Tampa. Railroad station. Largo. ACL; SAL RRs. Bank town, Clear water. 
Resort. 



1956 



1 



Florida's Business Quarterly Fla. Ints 

M. E. Munroe, Editor; Wm. N. Munroe, Publisher, 205 N. 14th Ave. 

INVERNESS! (D2%), pop. 1,471; Citrus Co. (WC). 60 m N of Tampa, ACL RR. Saw 
mills; turpentine distilleries. Hardwood timber. Fruit, truck farms. 

Citrus County Chronicle -f Thursday Democratic 1890 7 23 280 8.00 

Paul W. and Eleanor Ramsey, Publishers, 107 Apopka Ave. 

JACKSONVILLE (El), pop. 204,517; Duval Co. (NE). On St. Johns River, 155 m 
^^^S W of Savannah, Ga. ACL; FEC; SAL RRs. Airlines: DAL; EAL; NAL; SOU. 
Three TV stations. Resort. Fisheries; shipyards, railroad shops; meat and fruit 
packing. 

Distributing, lumber, insurance center, fuel oil storage terminal, naval stores 
storage point. Principal manufactures: crates, hampers, fertilizer, cigars, coffee, 
canned fruit and foods, naval stores, matches, paper boxes, cartons and bags, 
crushed oyster shells, pine tar, concrete, gypsum products, synthetic rosins, 
glass bottles and jars, storage batteries, paint. Fifteen banks : bank clearings 
(1957), $12,481,211,954; deposits (12-31-57), $638,193,584. 123,276 electric 
(AC) meters; 17,275 gas (artif.) meters; 139,927 telephones. 

AGRA-f Monthly Gas. Retailers.... 1953 C on tilled 1 free* dist. 

William D. Tucker, Editor; Allied Gasoline Retailers Assn. of Florida, 

208 Guaranty Life Bldg. 
Breeze (offset) Semi-mo Independent 1946 7 23 266 2.25 

Warner S. Hull, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 6045. 
Chronicle-f Friday Independent .1944 5 24 215 3.00 

Sam D. Melson, Editor; Chronicle Pub. Enterprises, Inc., 33 S. Ocean St. 

Financial News-f- {^Sun*' ^^ Legal 1912 7 24 273 18 ' 

Thelma G. McManus, Editor; Financial News Corp., Publisher, 131 E. Bay St. 

Florida Baptist Witness Thursday Baptist 1883 3 30 147 2.00 

W. G. Stracener, Editor; Convention Press, Publisher, 218 W. Church St. (2). 

[Dairy Farm'g 

Florida Dairy News-f Quarterly ^& Dairy Pdts. 1950 3 28 140x1.00 

I Distribution 
E. T. Lay, Editor; Florida Dairy Assn., Publisher, 615 Park St. (4). 

Florida Gardener Quarterly Gardening 1951 2 28 110 x 

Mrs. Melville Hall, Editor; Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc., Publisher, 
Fort King Rd., Zephyrhills. 

Florida Municipa, Record + ...Month.y (*'' 1928 c^oVd' f ree Si.t. 

Gordon Butler, Editor; Florida League of Municipalities, Publisher, 
301 Exchange Bldg., Adams St. 

Florida Star (Negro) -f Saturday Independent 1951 7 24 280 5.00 

Eric Simpson, Editor; Florida Star Publishing Company, 2323 Moncrief Rd. 

Florida Tattler (Negro) -f Saturday Independent 1934 5 26 224 3.50 

Porcher L. Taylor, Sr., Editor; Taylor and Son Printing Co., Publisher, 
918 W. Union. 

Florida Times-Union-f Every Morn...Ind. Dem 1864 8 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. 

R. C. Millar, Pub.; Florida Publishing Co., 400 W. Adams St. (1) 

Florida Truck News Monthly Motor Trucks.... l947 ? 



Circ 



4,800 



1,721 



1,892 
3,856 



3,067 
5,100 

50,270 

3,000 
26,500 



50 
3,450 



15,374 

12,500 



22 



301 26.00 * 156, 907 
**154,264 
Sunday circ. * 162,046 
**158,186 

26 140 3.00 1,985 
42 140 



Tnia. 
Journal-f- 



Florida Trucking Assn., Inc., Publisher, Box 238. (1). Controlled free dist. 615 

(Evg.ex.Sat.& n^^^^.j, 1887 8 22 308 20.80 *63,006 
lsun.,Sun.Morn Democratlc ..... **59,328 

Color and comic strip advertising accepted. Sunday circ. -63,683 

R. N. Oow, Jr., Editor; C. B. Kelly, Publisher, 500 Laura St. (1). **61,379 



2.00 



JO E^g1nee F ring d lociety-f JBi-monthly. Engineering 1917 2 30 105 

Dr. E. R. Hendrickson, Editor; Florida Engineering Society, Publisher, 
114 S. E. 1st St., Gainesville. 

J SS a AB/ocljition 0rida Med "JMonthly Medical 1914 2 34 133 x5.00 

Shaler Richardson, M.D., Ed.; Florida Med. Assn., Pub., 736 Riverside Ave. 

Ocean Beach Reporter -f Friday Independent 1942 8 24 301 5.00 

Jack Miles, Editor and Publisher, 10 3rd Ave., N. 

^^rc!)" 181 RevieWf JQuarterly Education 1950 2 28 108 3.75 

J. Irving E. Scott, Editor; The Negro Educational Review, Publisher, Box 4676. 
M*M fOutb'd Motor 1954 3 27 147 3.00 
Monthly Boating 2 40 147 

rn, MA Tu^f^ 1957 8 28 146 

Outboard Progress 8 ti. a yr i!J?i 2 40 146 

I Boating Controlled free dist. 

Thomas C. Hardman, III, Editor; Outboard Magazines, Inc., Publishers, 
P. O. Box 4246. 

1952 3 30 150 3.00 

Seafarer Monthly Shipping 2 48 150 

Controlled free dist. 
David A. Howard, Editor; Howard Publications, 237 West Forsyth St. (2). 



2,500 

3,297 
* 1,202 

61,922 

19,172 

493 
6,172 



Circulation A-fcSept. A. B.C. Statement; *June and March A.B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit: 
IP.O. Statement; Bold face, sworn: tPublisher'i Report; Light face, estimated. + Uses Matt. ^Nonpareil 
ma, 12 to inch. V Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat. Population 1950 Census. xRand Me Nail 7 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscriptton included in membership fee. 

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JACKSONVILLE (Continued) Estab Co Is Width? Depth Sub Clrt 

Southern HotelJournal Monthly Hotel Trade 1920 8 25 140 3.00 8.500 

James Pearson, Editor and Publisher, 2584 Oak St. 

Southern Jewish Weekly, The..Friday Jewish Int 1924 5 24 224 3.00 10,850 

Isadore Moscovitz, Editor and Publisher, P. O. Box 3297 (6). 
Southern Lumber Journal andl..^-. \ Lumber & 1896 3 30 147 3.00 

Building Material Dealer.. J Moniniy IBldg. Material Controlled circ. >5,288 

R. B. Wand, Editor; Southern Lumber Journal, Publisher, P. O. Box 448 (1). 

JASPERt (Dl), pop. 2,327; Hamilton Co. (N). 90 m W of Jacksonville. ACL; SOU. 
RRs. Lumber, crates, naval stores, feed manufactured. Pine timber. Agriculture. 
Cotton, tobacco, truck farms. 

News-f Thursday Ind. Dem 1870 7 24 280 3.00 |1,250 

Robert and Bee Ehlert, Editors and Publishers, Box 32. 

JAY (B5%), pop. 547; Santa Rosa Co. (NW). 50 m N of Pensacola. Nearest railroad 
station. Century. L&N RR. Bank, Brewton, Ala. Fertilizer factory. Agriculture. 
Peanuts, cotton, tobacco. 

Tri-County Gazette .. Friday Agriculture 1951 8 24 287 1.50 

Tom Leonard, Editor and Publisher. 



3,250 



KEY WESTf (E7), pop. 26,433; Monroe Co. (S). On Gulf of Mexico, 153 m S of Miami. 
Over Seas Transportation Co. Airlines: NAL; "Q" AL. Tourist resort, fisheries. 



Cigar, shrimp factories ; sponge industry ; coffee roasting ; bottling works. 
Truck, citrus fruit farms._ 

23 294 15.60 7,914 



3,052 



Color advertising accepted. 

Norman D. Art man, Editor and Publisher. 

Coral Tribune -f Friday Ind. Dem 1952 5 24 196 3.00 

Joe Allen, Editor; Joe Allen and William M. Allen, Publishers, 333 Simonton St. 

KISSIMMEEf (E3), pop. 4,310; Osceola Co. (C). On Lake Tohopekaliga. 18 m SW of 
Orlando. ACL RR. Citrus fruit packed; saw mills; naval stores, boat building. 
Manufactures plastics. Agriculture. Fruit, cattle, beans, potatoes. 

C Cattle Group Limited Comprised of Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal; 
Livestock Breeder Journal of Macon, Ga. Space sold in combination as a group. 
J See individual listings. 



449 



1936 3 28 140 2.00 *5,369 
Bob Cody, Editor; Cody Publications, Publisher, 10 Verona St. 

Florida Future Farmers-}- Quarterly Agriculture 1938 8 28 140 1.00 8,945 

A. R. Cox, Editor; Future Farmers of America, Publisher, Cody Publications, 
P. O. Box 891. 

Gazette Friday Ind. Dem 1894 8 24 287 4.00 *2,075 

Leo Schumaker, Editor and Publisher. **1,955 

International Brahman 1 Q .. T * * u I 956 3 27 14 2 - 2 548 

Review J 8 " a yr Livestock Controlled free dist. 1,338 

Prints Spanish language edition quarterly called Revista Cebu, circ., 1,103, 

paid, Controlled free dist. 3,001. 
James E. Park, Editor; IBR Company, Publisher, Box 891. 

LABELLEf (E5), pop. 945; Hendry Co. (SC). On Caloosahatchee River, 32 m NE 
of Fort Myers, nearest bank and railroad station. Saw mills. Timber. Agricul- 
ture. Citrus fruit, sugar cane. 

Hendry County News + Thursday Democratic 1928 5 26 245 2.60 

Carr Settle, Editor; Beryl Bowden, Publisher. 

LAKE BUTLERf (Dl%), pop. 1,040; Union Co. (N). 45 m SW of Jacksonville. SOU; 
ACL RR. Manufactures lumber, naval stores. Pine, cypress timber. Truck farms. 
Corn, potatoes, beans. 

Union County Times -f- Thursday Democratic 1912 6 22 252 3.00 

C. S. Lecky, Editor and Publisher. 

LAKE ClTYf (Dl%), pop. 7,671; Columbia Co. (N). 60 m W of Jacksonville. SAL; 
SOU; ACL RRs. Turpentine and lumber industries; cotton gin; bottling works. 
Stock, poultry farms. 

Report^and Columbia | Friday Democratic 187 8 23 308 6 ' 00 * 2 ' 447 

Don Dockery, Editor; R. L. Strickland, Publisher. 

LAKELAND (E3%), pop. 30,861; Polk Co. (C). 32 m E of Tampa. ACL RR. Airline, 
NAL. Florida Southern College. Phosphate mines. 

Railroad shops ; tannery. Extensive citrus fruit packing and canning ; fertilizer, 
beverages, packing house supplies, batteries, furniture, food machinery manu- 
factured. Fruit, truck, poultry farms. Three banks; deposits (6-1-58), $61,229,- 
861. 19,250 electric meters; 4,411 gas meters; 13,968 telephones. 

American-Press -f- Friday Democratic 1940 7 24 280 2.50 

W. E. Bradley, Editor and Publisher. P. O. Box 946. 

Florida Jay Cee News-f Monthly {of'CcJm! 11 ' 1942 3 28 14 xl - 8 9 60 

Al McFadyen, Editor; Florida Jr. Chamber of Commerce, Publisher, Box 1141. 
Florida Plumbing and litr rtn fM v fPlumb'g & 1941 8 26 143x2.50 275 

Heating Contractor-f JMonthly } Heating Controlled free dist. 1,565 

Prank D. Wesley, Editor; Assn. Plumb'g and Heat'g Contractors of Florida, Inc., 
P. O. Box 562. 



Circulation **Sept. AB.C. Statement; *June and March A. B.C. Statements; A.B.C. Audit; >BPA Audit; 
I P.O. Statement; Bold face, worn; ^Publisher's Report; Light face, estimated, -f Uses Mats. <> Nonpareil 
ms. 12 to inch. ? Agate lines, 14 to inch. tCounty seat Population 1950 Census. XRand McNftUy 
estimate. V Issued only during academic year. xSubscrlption included in membership fee. 

BE SURE TO READ th Gutdt to th us* of th Directory In front of book. 

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fEvg. ex. Sat. 1924 

Ledger + ( & Sun., Democratic 

(Sun. Morn. 

Color advertising accepted. 
Harris G. Sims, Editor ; Ledger Publishing Co., Inc. 

Southern, TheV + Friday Collegiate 1928 6 

Students of Florida Southern College, Editors and Publishers. 



Estib Col$<$> Width V Depth Sub 



Cfit 



8 22 808 20.80 *1 7,596 
** 16,852 

Sunday circ. * 18,482 
** 17,500 



24 252 1.00 1,865 

LAKE WALES (E3tf ). pop. 6.821: Polk Co. (C). 80 m SE of Lakeland. ACL; SAL RRs. 
Citrus fruit packed; grapefruit cannery; sash and door, fertilizer factories. 
Tourist resort. Fruit, stock farms. Oranges, grapefruit. 

*' ^'Independent ...... 1916 8 24 294 10.00 2,128 



Highlander-f ........................... 

Robert O. Lodmell, Editor and Publisher. 

News + ..................................... Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1926 

O. B. Brice, Editor; Brice Printing Company, Publisher. 



8 24 294 3.00 $2,680 



LAKE WORTH (F5). pop. 11,777; Palm Beach Co. (SE). Adjoins West Palm Beach 
on the south. FEC; SAL RRs. Airports. Manufactures storage batteries, chemi- 
cals, paint. Nurseries. Winter resort. Truck, dairy, poultry farms. 
Herald-f ................................... Mon.&Thurs...Independent ...... 1912 8 24 287 5.20 

Carl Schaefer, Editor; Karl J. Easton, Publisher. 
Illustra ted Tropical Leader -h. Thursday ........ Independent ....... 1956 5 24 199 2.50 

C. H. Rails, Editor; Dr. R. Romano, Publisher, 410 N. G St. 

LARGO (DSJi), pop. 1,547; Pinellas Co. (WC). 12 m NW of St. Petersburg. ACL; 
s. Fruit packed; nurseries. Citrus fruit, dairy farms. 



3,625 

$1,277 



24 280 2.00 3,089 



SAL RRs. 

Sentinel -f Thursday Independent 1912 7 

J. S. Pecarek, Editor and Publisher, 214 Bay Drive. 

LECANTO (D2%), pop. X61; Citrus Co. (WC). 10 m W of Inverness. Nearest railroad 
station, Crystal River. ACL RR. Bank, Inverness. Fruit, truck farms. 

Canary World Monthly Canaries 1943 2 28 112 2.50 

Helen Kneller, Editor and Publisher. 

LEESBURG (E2%), pop. 7,895; Lake Co. (C). 28 m NW of Orlando. Airport. SAL; 
ACL RRs. Citrus fruit packed; frozen concentrate plant; cannery; crate mill; 
bottling works. Ferneries. Agriculture. Citrus fruits, watermelons, truck crops. 

fEvg. ex. Sat. 1876 8 24 280 15.60 *2,669 

Commercial + {& Sun., Democratic **2,647 

I Sun. Morn. Sunday circ. * 2,6