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DALLAS, T E X A S

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Circular No. 69-206
August 18, 1969

SUPPLEMENT AS OF AUGUST 8, 1969
TO LIST OF OTC MAJRKET MAKERS

To All Banks and Others Concerned
in the Eleventh Federal Reserve District:
Enclosed is a supplement to the list of OTC market
makers published as of July 18, 1969 * Part I of the supplement
comprises firms that filed Form X-17A-12(l) with the Securities
and Exchange Commission, between July 30, when the original
list was closed and August 8, 1969 ^ the date of this supple­
ment, in order to qualify as OTC market-makers under section
221.3(w) of Regulation U, and the OTC margin stocks in respect
of which each has qualified.
Part II of the supplement comprises broker/dealers
who had ceased to make a market in securities in which the
firms previously reported making a market.
Additional copies of the supplement will be furnished
upon request.
Yours very truly,

P. E. Coldwell
President
Enclosure (l)

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

Supplement as o f August 8 , 1969
to List of OTC Market Makers
Published as of July 18, 1969
(Prepared for use by banks in connection with extensions
of credit pursuant to section 221.3(w) of Regulation U)

This supplement to the list of "OTC market makers" comprises
firms that have filed Form X-17A-12(1), the "Notification of OTC market
makers in OTC margin securities, "with the Securities and Exchange Com­
mission, and the OTC margin stocks in respect of which each such firm
had filed such form, since publication of the initial list, as of July
18, 1969, and August 8, 1969, the date of this supplement.
Part I of this supplement represents notifications in which
the broker-dealer commenced making a market in an OTC margin security.
Part II represents notifications in which the broker-dealer ceased
making a market in an OTC margin security since filing the commencement
notification included in the initial list published as of July 18, 1969.
In determining whether a broker-dealer has filed Form X-17A12(1) in respect of OTC margin stock being pledged as collateral to
secure credit extended pursuant to section 221.3(w) (but for this
purpose only), a bank may rely on the most recent issue of the list
of OTC market makers in combination with the supplements thereto.
As stated in the foreword to the list, a bank extending such credit must
also obtain from the broker-dealer a properly executed Form F.R. U-2,
and must accept such form in good faith, as defined in sections
221.3(a) and 221.3(w) of Regulation U.
Copies of issues of the list and of supplements may be
obtained from the Federal Reserve Bank of the district In which the
head office of the bank extending such credit Is situated.

BOARD OF GOVERNORS
OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
WASHINGTON

Supplement to L i s t o f OTC Market Makers - August 8 , 1969

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Part I
The following broker-dealers had commenced making a market in the follow­
ing securities as of August 8, 1969.

Atlanta Securities Corp.
Clinton Oil Co.
Coastal States Life Insurance Co.
Major Realty Corp.
Scripto Inc.

Blyth & Co., Inc.(con't)
First Bank System Inc. (Minn.)
The First National Bank of Boston
The First National Bank of Chicago
First National Bank in Dallas
Florida Telephone Corporation
Bear, Stearns & Co.
The Franklin Life Ins. Co. (111.)
Wachovia Corporation
Franklin National Bank (New York)
The Gas Service Company
Blyth & Co., Inc.
Girard Company
Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Inc.
Government Employees Ins. Co.
Grinnell Corporation
Advance Ross Corporation
Alexander and Baldwin, Inc.
Gulf Life Holding Company
American District Telegraph Company
The Hanover Ins. Company
Hartford Fire Ins. Co.
American Express
The Hoover Company
American Greetings Corporation
American Heritage Life Ins. Co. (Fla.) Independent Life & Accident Ins. Co.
(Fla.)
American National Ins. Co. (Tex.)
Indiana Gas Co., Inc.
American Pipe and Construction Co.
Iowa Southern Utilities Co.
American Welding & Manufacturing Co.
Kaiser Steel Corporation
Anadlte, Inc.
Anheuser-Busch, Incorporated
Kearney & Trecker Corp.
Arden-Mayfair, Inc.
King Resources Company
Liberty National Life Ins. Co. (Tex.)
Arvida Corporation
Life Ins. Co. of Kentucky
Bankamerica Corporation
Lilly, Eli and Company
The Bank of California, N.A.
Lin Broadcasting Corp.
Betz Laboratories, Inc.
Lincoln National Corp.
BMA Corporation
Management Assistance Inc.
Browning Arms Company
Manufacturers National Bank of Detroit
Buckbee-Mears Company
California-Western States Life Ins. Co, Me 11 oil National Bank and Trust Company
Monarch Capital Corporation
Capital Holding Co.
Murphy Pacific Marine Salvage Co.
Cascade Natural Gas Corporation
National Bank of Detroit
Central Vermont Public Service Corp.
The National City Bank of Cleveland
Citizens Utilities Company
Nationwide Corp.
Clinton Oil Company
New England Gas and Electric Assoc.
Combined Ins. Co. of America
Nielsen, A. C. and Co. Class A
Computer Usage Co., Inc.
North American Life & Casualty Co.
Connecticut General Ins. Corp.
North Carolina Natural Gas Corp.
Continental Bank and Trust Co. (Pa.)
Northwest Natural Gas Co.
Crocker-Citizens National Bank
The Ohio Casualty Insurance Co.
The Cross Company
Otter Tail Power Company
The Detroit Bank and Trust Co.
Pabst Brewing Company
El Paso Electric Company
Pauley Petroleum Inc.
Farmers New World Life Ins. Co.
Pay'n Save Corp.
Farrington Manufacturing Company
Pennsylvania Gas & Water Company
Fidelity Corporation (Va.)

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Conlon 6c Co. Inc., B.J.
Blyth & Co. , Inc.(con't)
Maine Sugar Industries
Photon, Inc.
Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc.
Public Service Co. of New Hampshire Dallas Rupe 6c Son, Inc.
Contran Corporation
Public Service Co. of New Mexico
Republic National Bank of Dallas
Publishers Company, Inc.
Tracor, Inc.
Recognition Equipment Inc.
Republic National Bank of Dallas
Safeco Corp.
Dryfoos 6c Co. , J.M.
The Saint Paul Companies, Inc.
Scott, 0. M. and Sons Co.
Seattle-First National Bank
Security Pacific National Bank
The Seven-Up Company
Southern New England Telephone Co.
Southern Union Gas Company
The Southland Corp.
Southwest Gas Corp.
The Standard Register Company
The TI Corp. (of California)
Tampax Inc.
Titan Group, Inc.
Tracor Inc.
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corp.
United Convalescent Hospitals, Inc.
The United Illuminating Company
United Life and Accident Ins. Co.
(N.H.)
United States Fidelity and Guaranty
Co. (Md.)
University Computing Company
The Valley National Bank of Arizona
Variable Annuity Life Ins. Co. of
America
Wachovia Corp. ,
Wallace Business Forms Inc.
Washington Natural Gas Co.
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Wisconsin Power 6c Light Company
Bullington-Schas 6c Co.
The Federal Company
The Downtowner Corporation
Butcher 6c Sherrerd
The Cross Company
The Dariron Company, Inc.
Edgcomb Steel Company
Philadelphia Suburban Water Co.

United Convalescent Hospital, Inc.
Edwards and Sons Inc., A.G.
Parkview-Gem Inc.
Shop Rite Foods Inc.
University Computing Co.
Hay, Fales 6c Co. , Inc.
Lin Broadcasting
Hallowell, Sulzberger, Jenks
General Aircraft Corp.

6c

Co.

Jones 6c Co. Inc. , Hinton
Cascade Natural Gas
Jones Co., June S.
Northwest Natural Gas Co.

King 6c Co. , Charles
Computer Usage Co., Inc.
Lehman Brothers
Northwest Natural Gas Co. (Oregon)
Morrissey 6c Co. , F. J.
The First Pennsylvania Corp.
Rauscher Pierce Securities Corporation
American National Ins. Co. (Tex.)
Contran Corporation
Empire Life Ins. Co. of America
First National Bank in Dallas
First National Life Ins. Co.
Landa Industries, Inc.
Republic National Bank of Dallas
Shop Rite Foods, Inc.
Southern Union Gas Company
Texas American Oil Corp.

Supplement to L i s t o f OTC Market Makers - August 8 , 1969

The Robinson-Humphrey Company, Inc.
Georgia International Corp.
Rowe & Pitman, Inc.
Travelodge
Rowles, Winston & Co.
Landa Industries
Texas International Airways
Saxton & Co. Inc., G.A.
Parkview-Gem, Inc.
Shropshire, Frazer & Company
Southern Industries
Corp.
Singer & Mackie, Inc.
Panoil Co.
Smith, Barney & Co., Inc.
Alexander and Baldwin
Inc.
American Express
American Pipe & Construction
Co.
Anchor Corp. Class B
Bangor Hydro-Electric Co.
Bankamerica Corp.
Beecham, Inc.
Capitol International Airways,
Inc.
Combined Insurance Co.
of America
Cooper Laboratories, Inc.
The Cornelius Company
Dallas Airmotive Inc.
Dayton Hudson Corp.
The Federal Company
The First Pennsylvania Banking &
Trust Co.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Heath Tecna Corp.
The Hoover Co.
Kearney & Trecker Corp.
King Resources Co.
Life Insurance Co. of Kentucky
Lilly, Eli and Company
Management Assistance Inc.
Millipore Corp.
The Mohawk Rubber Company

Smith, Barney & Co., Inc. (con’t)
National Semiconductor Corp.
Nielsen, A. C. and Co. Class A
Ozite Corp.
The Philadelphia National Bank
Publishers Co., Inc.
Republic National Life Ins. Co.
(Tex.)
The Superior Electric Co.
The Ti Corp. (of California)
Tampax Inc.
Taylor Wine Co., Inc.
Tiffany & Co.
Tracor Inc.
The Travelodge Corp.
University Computing Co.
Wisconsin Power & Light Co.
Stephens, Inc.
Arkansas Missouri Power Co.
Arkansas Western Gas Co.
Southwest Gas Producing Co.
Tabor Securities Co.
Franklin Life Insurance Co.
Troster, Singer & Co.
Panoil Co.
Weeden & Co.
Arden-Mayfair, Inc.
Bankamerica Corporation
The Bank of California, N.A.
Central Vermont Public Service Corp.
Crocker-Citizens National Bank
The First National Bank of Boston
Green Mountain Power Corporation
New England Gas and Electric
Public Service Co. of New Hampshire
Public Service Co. of New H exico
Security Pacific National Bank
Shawmut Association Inc.
Southern New England Telephone Co.
The TI Corporation (of California)
The Valley National Bank of Arizona
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Woodard-Elwood & Company
Cornelius Company
International Milling

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Woolard & Company, Inc.
Advance Ross Corporation
International Milling
Corporation

Woolard & Company, Inc. (con't)
Midas International Corporation
Nationwide Corporation
Texas American Oil Corporation

Part II
As of August 8, 1969, the following broker-dealers had ceased to
make a market in the following securities. (The initial list published as of
July 18, 1969, showed that such broker-dealers had commenced making a market in
such securities.)

Craigie Incorporated
Brenco, Inc.
Fidelity Corporation
First Virginia Bankshares

First Southwest Co.
Taylor Wine Co., Inc.
Variable Annuity Life Ins. Co.
of America

Dempsey-Tegeler & Co., Inc.
Liberty Equities Corp.

Frumin, Murray & Co.
Diamond Crystal Salt
Loeb, Rhoades & Co.
Grinnell Corp.

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