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Federal R eserve Bank
OF DALLAS
W ILLIAM H. W ALLACE
F IR S T VICE p r e s i d e n t

„

DALLAS, TEXAS 75222

,

November 17, 1986

Circular 86-95

TO:

The Chief Executive Officer of all
member banks and others concerned in
the Eleventh Federal Reserve District
SUBJECT
Over-the-Counter (OTC) Margin Stocks
DETAILS

The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System has revised the
list of over-the-counter (OTC) stocks that are subject to its margin
regulations. The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas will be publishing a complete
list once a year and publishing supplements of additions to and deletions from
the list three times a year. The complete list of OTC stocks effective
May 13, 1986 and supplements of additions and deletions effective August 11,
1986 and November 11, 1986 are available from the Public Affairs Department.
ATTACHMENTS
The Board's press release and the material as published in the
Federal Register announcing revisions to the list of OTC stocks effective
November 11, 1986 are attached.
MORE INFORMATION
For further information regarding marginable OTC stock requirements,
please contact David W. Dixon of this Bank's Legal Department at (214)
651-6228.
Sincerely yours,

y
.

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

This publication was digitized and made available by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas' Historical Library (FedHistory@dal.frb.org)

FEDERALRESERVEpres^Blease
For use in morning papers
October 27, 1986

October 24, 1986

The Federal Reserve Board today published a revised
list of over-the-counter (OTC) stocks that are subject to its
margin regulations, effective November 11, 1986.
This List of Marginable OTC Stocks supersedes the
revised List of Marginable OTC Stocks that was effective on
August 12, 1986.

Changes that have been made in the List, which

now includes 2,887 OTC stocks, are as follows;
—

219 stocks have been included for the first
time, 181 under NMS designation.

—

40 stocks previously on the List have been
removed for substantially failing to meet the
requirements for continued listing.

—

42 stocks have been removed for reasons such as
listing on a national securities exchange or
involvement in an acquisition.

The list includes all over-the-counter securities
designated by the Board pursuant to its established criteria as
well as all securities qualified for trading in the national
market system (NMS).

This list includes all securities qualified

for trading in Tier 1 of the NMS through November 11 and those in
Tier 2 through October 21, 1986.

Additional OTC securities may

be designated as NMS securities in the interim between the
Board's quarterly publications and will be immediately
marginable.

The next publication of the Board's list is

scheduled for January 1987.

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In addition to NMS designated securities, the Board
will continue to monitor the market activity of other OTC stocks
to determine which stocks meet the requirements for inclusion and
continued inclusion on the List.
Margin regulations generally limit the amount of credit
a person or firm may obtain to buy or carry stock.

Stocks on the

List of Magrinable OTC Stocks are subject to the same margin
requirements (currently 50 percent) as stocks listed on national
securities exchanges.

This means a person or firm buying a stock

on credit must make a down payment equal to at least 50 percent
of the purchase price of the stock and may obtain credit for the
remaining 50 percent.

These margin requirements are only

applicable to credit extended on OTC Stocks after they are placed
on the List and the List has become effective or are designated
as NMS Securities.

No credit may be extended by broker/dealers

on OTC stocks not on the List or in the NMS group.

Credit

extended by banks and other lenders on the remaining OTC stocks
need only conform to the good faith lending limitation contained
in Regulations G and U.
It is unlawful for any person to cause any
representation to be made that inclusion of a stock on this List
indicates that the Board or the Securities and Exchange
Commission has in any way passed upon the merits of any such
stock or transaction therein.

Any references to the Board in

connection with the List or any stocks thereon in any
advertisement or similar communications is unlawful.
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FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
12 CFR Parts 207,220,221 and 224
Regulations G, T, U, and X; Securities
Credit Transactions
a g e n c y : Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System.
a c t i o n : Final Rule.
SUMMARY: The

List of Marginable OTC
Stocks is comprised of stocks traded
over-the-counter (OTC) that have been
determined by the Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System to be
subject to the margin requirements
under certain Federal Reserve
regulations. The List is published from
time to time by the Board as a guide for
lenders subject to the regulations and
the general public. This document sets
forth additions to or deletions from the
previously published List effective
August 12,1986 and will serve to give
notice to the public about the changed
status of certain stocks.
EFFECTIVE DATE: November 11,1986.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Peggy Wolffrum, Research Assistant,

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Division of Banking Supervision and
Regulation, (202)-452-2781, Earnestine
Hill or Dorothea Thompson,
Telecommunications Device for the Deaf
(TDD) (202)-452-3544, Board of
Governors of the Federal Reserve
System, Washington, DC 20551.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Set forth
below are stocks representing additions
to or deletions from the Board’s List of
Marginable OTC Stocks. A copy of the
complete List incorporating these
additions and deletions was filed with
the original of this document. This List
supersedes the last complete List which
was effective August 12,1986 (51 FR
27518, August 1,1986). The List includes
those stocks that meet the criteria
specified by the Board of Governors in
Regulations G, T, U, and X (12 CFR 207,
220, 221 and 224, respectively). They
have the degree of national investor
interest, the depth and breadth of
market, and the availability of
information respecting the stock and its
issuer. To warrant regulation in the
same fashion as exchange traded
securities. It also includes, as a result of
an amendment to the margin regulations
(49 FR 35756, September 12,1984), any
stock designated under an SEC rule as
qualified for trading in a national market
system (NMS Security). The List of
Marginable OTC Stocks, as it is now
called, is a composite of the List of OTC
Margin Stocks and all NMS securities.
Additional OTC securities may be
designated as NMS securities in the
interim between the Board’s quarterly
publications. They will become
automatically marginable at brokerdealers upon the effective date of their
designation. The names of these
securities are available at the Board and
the Securities and Exchange
Commission and will be subsequently
incorporated into the Board’s next
quarterly List. Copies of the current List
may be obtained from any Federal
Reserve Bank.
The requirements of 5 U.S.C. 553 with
respect to notice and public
participation were not followed in
connection with the issuance of this
amendment due to the objective
character of the criteria for inclusion
and continued inclusion on the List
specified in 12 CFR §§ 207.6 (a) and (b),
220.17 (a) and (b), and 221.7 (a) and (b).
No additional useful information would
be gained by public participation. The
full requirements of 5 U.S.C. 553 with
respect to deferred effective date have
not been followed in connection with
the issuance of this amendment because
the Board finds that it is in the public
interest to facilitate investment and
credit decisions based in whole or in

part upon the composition of this List as
soon as possible. The Board has
responded to a request by the public and
allowed a two-week delay before the
List is effective.
List of Subjects
12 CFR Part 207
Banks, Banking, Credit, Federal
Reserve System, Margin, Margin
requirements, National Market System
(NMS Security), Reporting and
recordkeeping requirements, Securities.
12 CFR Part 220
Banks, Banking, Brokers, Credit,
Federal Reserve System, Margin, Margin
requirements, Investments, National
Market System (NMS Security),
Reporting and recordkeeping
requirements, Securities.
12 CFR Part 221
Banks, Banking, Credit, Federal
Reserve System, Margin, Margin
requirements, Securities, National
Market System (NMS Security),
Reporting and recordkeeping
requirements.
12 CFR Part 224
Banks, Banking, Borrowers, Credit,
Federal Reserve System, Margin, Margin
requirements, Reporting requirements,
Securities.
Accordingly, pursuant to the authority
of Sections 7 and 23 of the Securities
Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (15
U.S.C. 78g and 78w), and in accordance
with § 207.2(k) and 6(c) of Regulation G,
§ 220.2(s) and 17(c) of Regulation T, and
§ 221.2(j) and 7(c) of Regulation U, there
is set forth below a listing of deletions
from and additions to the Board's List:
Deletions From List
Stocks Removed for Failing Continued
Listing Requirements
Alamo Savings Association of Texas
$1.50 par capital
A M Cable TV Industries, Inc.
$.10 par common
Amerford International Corporation
$.05 par common
American Metals Service, Inc.
$.01 par common
Bancoklahoma Corporation
Series A, $2.50 convertible preferred
Barber-Greene Company
$5.00 par common
Birdfinder Corp.
$.01 par common
Birdview Satellite Communications, Inc.
$.01 par common
Brooks Satellite, Inc.
$.01 par common
Colonial Gas Company

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$1.80 cumulative convertible preferred
Communications Corporation of
America
$.01 par common
Computer Depot, Inc.
$.01 par common
Computercraft, Inc.
$.01 par common
D’Lites of America, Inc.
$.005 par common
Decom Systems, Inc.
Warrants (expire 09-30-86)
Divi Hotels, N.V.
Warrants (expire 03-17-88)
EMF Corporation
No par common
Eastmet Corporation
$1.00 par common
Endo-Lase, Inc.
$.01 par common
First Oklahoma Bancorporation, Inc.
$5.00 par common
Flakey Jake’s, Inc.
$.01 par common
Forum Group, Inc.
Warrants (expire 08-10-86)
Founders Financial Corporation
$1.00 par common
Freedom Savings and Loan Association
(Florida)
$1.00 par common
Henredon Furniture Industries, Inc.
$2.00 par common
Homecrafters Warehouse, Inc.
$.01 par common
Infotech Management, Inc.
$.01 par common
Insituform of North America, Inc.
Warrants (expire 08-26-86)
Magnetic Technologies Corporation
$.10 par common
Max & Erma’s Restaurants, Inc.
$.10 par common
Naugles, Inc.
No par common Warrants (expire 0430-89)
Novus Property Company
$1.00 par shares of beneficial interest
Offshore Logistics, Inc.
No par common
Prodigy Systems, Inc.
$.01 par common
Progressive Corporation, The (Ohio)
7% convertible subordinated
debentures
Protocol Computers, Inc.
$.001 par common
Rand Information Systems, Inc.
$.30 par common
Scope Inc.
$1.00 par common
Tipperary Corporation
$.50 par common
Stocks Removed for Listing on a
National Securities Exchange or Being
Involved in an Acquisition
Ally & Gargano, Inc.

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$1.00 par common
American National Holding Company
$5.00 par common
Applied Communications, Inc.
$.10 par common
Athens Federal Savings Bank
$1.00 par common
Bay Pacific Health Corporation
$.01 par common
BBDO International, Inc.
$.10 par common
Citizens Savings and Loan, F.A.
(Virginia)
$1.00 par common
Comdata Network, Inc.
$.02 par common
Computer Associates International, Inc.
$.10 par common
Conseco, Inc.
No par common
Consolidated Capital Income
Opportunity Trust
No par shares of beneficial interest
Warrants (expire 12-19-89)
Converse Inc.
$1.00 par common
DCNY Corporation
$1.00 par common
Divi Hotels, N.V.
$1.00 par common
Doxsee Food Corporation
$.10 par common
Eldon Industries, Inc.
$1.00 par common
Entertainment Marketing, Incorporated
$.01 par common
General Shale Products Corporation
No par common
Graco Inc.
$1.00 par common
Heritage Federal Savings and Loan
Association (Florida)
$.01 par common
Idle Wild Foods, Inc.
$1.00 par common
Infrared Industries, Inc.
No par common
Intecom, Inc.
No par common
J.P. Industries, Inc.
$.10 par common
King World Productions, Inc.
$.01 par common
Monumental Corporation
$3.50 par common
One Liberty Properties, Inc.
$1.00 par common
Open Air Markets, Inc.
$.05 par common
Patriot Bancorporation
$3.33 V par common
s
$1.00 par cumulative convertible
preferred
Power Conversion, Inc.
$.01 par common
PT Components, Inc.
$.01 par common
Quotron Systems, Inc.
$.10 par common

Rectisel Corporation
$.10 par common
Republic Health Corporation
$.05 par common
Stanhome Inc.
$1.00 par common
Thor Industries, Inc.
$.10 par common
Ultrasystems Inc.
No par common
Victory Markets Inc.
$.33% par common
Warner Computer Systems, Inc.
$.01 par common
Weschester Financial Services
Corporation
$.01 par common

Additions to the List
A.C. Teleconnect Corp.
$.015 par common
Acme Steel Company
$1.00 par common
Acuson Corporation
No par common
Adams-Russell, Electronics Company,
Inc.
$.01 par common
Aero Services International. Inc.
No par convertible preferred
Aifs, Inc.
$.10 par common
Alliance Financial Corporation
$10.00 par common
Alloy Computer Products, Inc.
$.01 par common
Ambassador Financial Group, Inc.
$.01 par common
Amcore Financial, Inc.
$.50 par common
America West Airlines, Inc.
7.5% convertible subordinated
debentures
American Capacity Group, Inc.
$1.00 par common
American Consumer Products, Inc.
$.10 par common
American Reliance Group, Inc.
$.01 par common
American Television & Communications
Corporation
Class A, $.01 par common
American Woodmark Corporation
No par common
Amwest Insurance Group, Inc.
No par common
Andover Savings Bank (Massachusetts)
$.10 par common
Apollo Computer, Inc.
7h4% convertible subordinated
debentures
Aritech Corp.
$1.00 par common
Armor All Products Corporation
$.01 par common
Associated Inns and Restaurants
Company of America
$.01 par common
A ll Medical, Inc.

No par common
Atlantic Bancorporation (New Jersey)
$2.50 par common
Baldwin Piano and Organ Company
$.01 par common
Banking Center, The
$1.00 par common
Bio-Medicus, Inc.
Warrants (expire 8-31-88)
Bio-Technology General Corporation
$.01 par common
Bombay Palace Restaurants, Inc.
$4)1 par common
Bonneville Pacific Corporation
&01 par common
Boulevard Bancorp, Inc.
&04 par common
Buffets, Inc.
$.01 par common
Businessland, Inc.
8% convertible subordinated
debentures
CL Assets, Inc.
$1.00 par common
Calgene, Inc.
No par common
Cambridge Analytical Associates, Inc.
$4)1 par common
Canonie Environmental Services Corp.
$.01 par common
Cellular Communications, Inc.
$.01 par common
Chips and Technologies, Inc.
$.01 par common
Cimco
$.01 par common
Citizens Insurance Company of
America, Inc.
Class A, $1.00 par common
City Savings Bank of Meriden
(Connecticut)
$1.00 par common
CJI Industries, Inc.
Class A, $1.00 par common
Clevite Industries, Inc.
$4)2 par common
Warrants (expire 6-30-91)
Commercial Security Bancorporation
No par common
Commonwealth Mortgage Company, Inc.
$.10 par common
Community National Bank and Trust
Company of New York
$.50 par common
Community Savings Bank
(Massachusetts)
$.10 par common
C-Tec Corporation
Class B, $1.00 par common
Cytogen Corporation
$.01 par common
Datavision. Inc.
$4)1 par common
Devon Group, Inc.
$.01 par common
Diagnostic. Inc.
$.01 par common
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$1.00 par common
DNA Plant Technology Corporation
Warrants (expire 1-17-90)
Dominion Federal Savings and Loan
Association (Virginia)
$.01 par common
Dotronix, Inc.
$.05 par common
Duratek Corporation
$.01 par common
Eagle Bancshares, Inc.
$1.00 par common
Ealing Corporation, The
$.10 par common
East Weymouth Savings Bank
(Massachusetts)
$.01 par common
Edison Control, Inc.
$.01 par common
Excel Bancorp, Inc.
$.10 par common
F&M Financial Services Corporation
$1.00 par common
Federal National Mortgage Association
Warrants (expire 2-25-91)
FHP Corporation
$1.00 par common
Fidelcor, Inc.
Series B, convertible preferred
Fidelity Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Tennessee
$1.00 par common
Financial National Bancshares, Inc.
No par common
First Banc Securities, Inc.
$5.00 par common
First Federal of the Carolinas, F.A.
$1.00 par common
First Fidelity Bancorporation (New
Jersey)
Series C, $4.00 par cumulative
convertible preferred
First Home Federal Savings and Loan
Association (Florida)
$1.00 par common
First Service Bank for Savings
(Massachusetts)
$.10 par common
Fiserv, Inc.
$.01 par common
Frontier Insurance Group, Inc.
$.01 par common
Gear, L.A., Inc.
No par common
General Parametrics Corporation
$.01 par common
Geonex Corporation
$.01 par common
Golden Poultry Company, Inc.
$1.00 par common
Granite Cooperative Bank
(Massachusetts)
$.10 par common
Granite State Bankshares, Inc. (New
Hampshire)
$1.00 par common
Great Falls Gas Company
$.15 par common
Hana Biologies, Inc.

$.01 par common
Harleysville Group, Inc.
$1.00 par common
Hamischfeger Corporation
Warrants (expire 04-15-89)
Harper International, Inc.
$.10 par common
Healthsouth Rehabilitation Corporation
$.01 par common
Heritage Entertainment, Inc.
Series A, warrants (expire 1989)
Hitachi, Ltd.
5%% convertible subordinated
debentures
Home Federal Savings and Loan
Association of San Francisco
$1.00 par common
Home Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Upper East
Tennessee
$1.00 par common
Home Federal Savings Bank, Northern
Ohio
$.01 par common
Home Intensive Care, Inc.
$.01 par common
$.01 par cumulative convertible
preferred
Warrants (expire 02-29-89)
Horizon Bank (Washington)
$1.00 par common
Hygeia Sciences, Inc.
$.01 par common
IDB Communications Group, Inc.
$.01 par common
Independence Federal Savings Bank
(Washington, DC)
$.10 par common
Insituform Southeast Corporation
$.44 par common
Interactive Technologies Inc.
No par common
Interchange State Bank (New Jersey)
$2.50 par common
International H.R.S. Industries, Inc.
No par common
Itel Corporation
Class B, Series A, $1.00 par
convertible preferred
Class B, Series B, $1.00 par convertible
preferred
Jiffy Lube International, Inc.
$.05 par common
Joule, Inc.
$.01 par common
Kenan Transport Company
No par common
Landmark Bank for Savings
(Massachusetts)
$.10 par common
Lands* End, Inc.
$.01 par common
Lasertechnics, Inc.
$.01 par common
Laurel Entertainment, Inc.
$.001 par common
Lawrence Savings Bank (Massachusetts)
$.10 par common
Life Technologies, Inc.

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$.01 par common
Lincoln Logs, Ltd.
$.01 par common
Linear Technology Corporation
. No par common
Liposome Company, The
$.01 par common
Long Lake Energy Corporation
$.001 par common
LoWell Institution for Savings
(Massachusetts)
$.10 par common
M.S. Carriers, Inc.
$.01 par common
M/I Schottenstein Homes, Inc.
$.01 par common
Mail Boxes, Etc.
No par common
Marten Transport Ltd.
$.01 par common
Martin Lawrence Limited Editions
$.001 par common
Warrants (expire 12-18-86)
Merchants Bank of Boston, a CoOperative Bank
Class A, $1.00 par common
Meridian Diagnostics, Inc.
No par common
Merrill Corporation
$.01 par common
Microbilt Corporation
No par common
Microwave Laboratories, Inc.
$.01 par common
MidAmerica Bancsystem, Inc.
$1.00 par common
MLX Corp.
$.01 par common
MNX, Incorporated
$.10 par common
Molecular Biosystems, Inc.
$.01 par common
Morgan, Olmstead, Kennedy & Gardner
Capital Corporation
$.01 par common
Mutual Federal Savings and Loan
Association
$1.00 par common
National Royalty Corporation
$.01 par common
National Sanitary Supply Company
$1.00 par common
Nature’s Sunshine Products, Inc.
No par common
New Century Productions Ltd.
$.001 par common
Series A, par convertible preferred
Series B, par convertible preferred
New England Critical Care,
Incorporated
$.10 par common
New England Savings Bank
$1.00 par common
New York City Shoes, Inc.
$.01 par common
NFS Financial Corp.
$.01 par common
Nichols-Homeshield, Inc.

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$.01 par common
Northwest Engineering Company
$.01 par common
OH Dominion Systems, Inc.
$.01 par common
OM1 Corp.
$1.00 par convertible preferred
Oncogene Science, Inc.
$.01 par common
P & C Foods, Inc.
$4)1 par common
Pacer Corporation
No par common
Pacific Southwest Airlines
$.25 par common
Paco Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.
Warrants (expire 12-31-87)
Palm Springs Savings Bank
$2.50 par common
Paris Business Forms, Inc.
$.004 par common
Pay ’N Save, Inc.
$1.00 par common
PC Quote, Inc.
No par common
Penn Savings Bank, F.SJB.
$1.00 par common
Perception Technology Corporation
$.10 par common
Peregrine Entertainment, Ltd.
No par common
Pioneer Financial Services, Inc.
$1.00 par common
Plexus Corp.
$.01 par common
Polymer International Corp.
$.01 par common
Premier Financial Services, Inc.
$5.00 par common
Prime Capital Corporation
$.05 par common
Pullman-Peabody Company
Warrants (expire 02-24-88)
Q-Med, Inc.
$.001 par common
Quincy Co-Operative Bank, The
(Massachusetts)
$.10 par common
Quipp, Inc.
$.01 par common
QVC Network, Inc.
$.01 par common
Republic American Corporation
$.01 par common
Republic Savings and Loan Association
of Wisconsin
$.10 par common
Republic Savings Financial Corporation
(Florida)
$.01 par common
Rheometrics, Inc.
No par common
Riverside Group, Inc.
$.10 par common
Roadrunner Enterprises, Inc.
No par common
San Francisco Federal Savings ft Loan
Association
$.01 par common

Sandusky Plastics, Inc.
$.10 par common
Sandwich Co-Operative Bank, The
(Massachusetts)
$1.00 par common
SCS/Compute, Inc.
$.10 par common
Sealright Co., Inc.
$.01 par common
Southlife Holding Company
$.05 par common
Spartan Motors, Inc.
No par common
Series A, warrants (expire 5-10-87)
Stanley Interiors Corporation
$.01 par common
Student Loan Marketing Association
Voting, $.50 par common
Suburban Bancorp, Inc.
Class A, $1.00 par common
Suffolk Bancorp
$5.00 par common
Summit Holding Corporation
$1.25 par common
Sim State Savings and Loan Association
(Arizona)
$1.00 par common
Synbiotics Corporation
No par common
Syntro Corporation
$.01 par common
Taunton Savings Bank (Massachusetts)
$.10 par common
Tel/Man, Inc.
$.02 par common
Telesis Systems Corporation
$.10 par common
Texstyrene Corporation
$.01 par common
Thermo Instrument Systems, Inc.
$.10 par common
Thomson—CSF
American depository shares
Tipton Centers, Inc.
$.10 par common
Trans World Airlines, Inc.
$6.00 par convertible preferred
Transnational Industries, Inc.
$.01 par common
Transworid Music Corporation
$.01 par common
Twistee Treat Corporation
$.001 par common
Video library, Inc.
No par common
Vista Organization Partnership, L.P.,
The Depository units of limited
partnership interest
Waltham Savings Bank (Massachusetts)
$.10 par common
W atts Industries, Inc.
Class A, $.10 par common
Wearever-Protosilex
$.01 par common
Webb, Del E., Corporation
Warrants (expire 4-15-88)
Westcorp
$1.00 par common
Westwood Group, Inc., The

$.01 par common
Wobum Five Cents Savings Bank
(Massachusetts)
$.10 par common
Worchester County Institution for
Savings
$.10 par common
X-Rite, Inc.
$.10 par common
Zeus Components, Inc.
$.01 par common
By order of the Board of Governors of
the Federal Reserve System acting by its
Director of the Division of Banking
Supervision and Regulation pursuant to
delegated authority (12 CFR section
265.2(c)(18)), October 24,1986.
William W. Wiles,
Secretary of the Board.
[FR Doc. 86-24518 Filed 10-29-86; 8:45 am]
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