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    THE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE




October 15, 1999 (Data received up to 9:30 A.M. – revised Oct. 18, 9:00 a.m.)                           Legal and Regulatory Policy

Notice                                                                  Transfers of Memberships
The American Stock Exchange® Board of Governors determined that         REGULAR
on Friday, November 26, 1999 (the day after Thanksgiving) and on Fri-   (Effective At The Opening of Business on October 11, 1999)
day, December 31, 1999 (New Year’s Eve) the Exchange will end           Alex Lyudmer*             to Andrew I. Cohen
equity trading, including Select Sector SPDRs® and WEBSTM at 1:00       L&R Trading LLC                120 Broadway, Suite 7103
p.m., with equity options and narrow-based index options ending at      (Frost-Nevada Limited -        New York, NY 10271
1:02 p.m. and broad-based index options, SPDRs®, MidCap SPDRsTM,        Partnership - Lessor)          Seat No. 215-R
Nasdaq-100 SharesSM and DIAMONDS® ending at 1:15 p.m. The               Badge No. 854-L
Exchange will start accepting orders for after-hours trading at 1:15
p.m. and all eligible orders will be executed by 1:30 p.m.              (Effective October 14, 1999)
                                                                        Stanley R. Fallis          to    First Union Securities Inc.
The Weekly Bulletin may now be accessed on the Web at                   Everen Securities, Inc.          707 East Main Street
www.amextrader.com.                                                                                      Richmond, VA 23219
                                                                                                         Seat No. 169-R

                                                                        SPECIAL TRANSFER - REGULAR
                                                                        (Effective October 8, 1999)
Membership Seat Prices (in 000’s)                                       Elizabeth Katz              to Gerald M. Reynolds
(As of 9:30 A.M., October 15, 1999)                                     Independent                    Arbitrage Group L.P. (The)
                                 BID          OFFER           LAST                                     440 South LaSalle Street
Regular                          525            605            630                                     Suite 3010
Options Principal                500            575            550                                     Chicago, IL 60605
Limited Trading Permits          290           None            175                                     Seat No. 138-R
                                                                                                       Badge No. 962-X
Includes only those sales arranged pursuant to bids and offers
filed with the Membership Admissions Department.                        (Effective At The Opening of Business on October 11, 1999)
                                                                        Andrew I. Cohen           to Eugene J. Sweeney
Seat market information may be obtained by calling toll-free            Independent                    GPZ Trading, L.L.C.
(877) Amex Sea(t) (877-263-9732). Seat prices are updated intra-                                       111 Broadway, 4th Floor
day on www.amextrader.com.                                                                             New York, NY 10006
                                                                                                       Seat No. 215-R
                                                                                                       Badge No. 800-A

Membership Lease Prices                                                 Steven C. Lin*             to    Kevin R. Blackburn
                                                                        Penn Options Co.                 Managing and
(As of 9:30 A.M., October 15, 1999)                                     (Samuel Kovler - Lessor)         Investing Member
Includes monthly rental rate information only with respect to                                            Dogwood Trading L.L.C.
Exchange-approved negotiated leases. Not reported are not                                                10 Dogwood Lane
arms length leases or leases for a nominal consideration.                                                Rockville Centre, NY 11570
                                                                                                         Seat No. 307-R
REGULAR                                                                                                  Badge No. 1219
     New                    Renewal
Date* Price               Date* Price                                   (Effective October 14, 1999)
9/15   $12,500            8/20  $12,000                                 Joseph S. Babiarz*         to    Marc E. Landsman
10/1   2 @ $12,500        9/22  113/16% of last contracted Reg.         Heard (Joseph D.) Jr., LLC       Heard (Joseph D.) Jr., LLC
                                sale/bid, whichever is higher           (Alvin I. Zilz - Lessor)         c/o ABN AMRO Sage Corporation
                          10/13 avg. seat price for preceding           Badge No. 991-J                  2 Rector Street, 16th Floor
                                3 mths.                                                                  New York, NY 10006
                                                                                                         Seat No. 657-R
OPM                                                                                                      Badge No. 991-L
     New                    Renewal
                                                                        OPM
Date* Price               Date* Price
                                                                        (Effective October 12, 1999)
10/4   $12,000            9/27  $12,500
                                                                        Jonathan E. Roepe*         to     Suzanne B. Belk
10/5   $11,500            10/5  2 @ $11,500
                                                                        Roepe Rosenfeld                   4424 Fox Brook Lane
10/7   $11,750
                                                                        Trading L.L.C.                    Charlotte, NC 28211
                                                                        (Liliane Holland - Lessor)        Seat No. 142-P
*Agreement Date                                                         Badge No. 903-J


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                                                                        New York, New York 10006-1872
                                                                        212 306 1000
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SPECIAL TRANSFER - OPM                                                   •• HHF Securities Co. Inc.
(Effective October 8, 1999)                                                Admitted as an Options Principal Member Organization,
Greg P. Sullivan*           to    Michael K. Murdoch                       effective at the opening of business on October 15, 1999.
Independent                       c/o ABN AMRO Sage Corporation            Address: c/o ABN AMRO Sage Corporation, 2 Rector Street,
(ABN AMRO Sage                    2 Rector Street, 16th Floor              16th Floor, New York, NY 10006
Corporation - Lessor)             New York, NY 10006                       Harry H. Feldman, President, Secretary, Treasurer, Director
Badge No. 1083                    Seat No. 190-P                           and Allied Member
                                  Badge No. 1095                        @• Michael T. Fealey, Employee

                                                                       **s Rock Island Securities, Inc.
(Effective October 12, 1999)                                               Admitted as a Regular Member Organization, effective Octo-
Suzanne B. Belk            to     Bastiaan P. Van Kempen                   ber 13, 1999.
Independent                       Optiver Derivatives Trading -            Address: 175 West Jackson, Suite 621, Chicago, IL 60604
                                  USA, LLC                               * Christopher Cornette, Employee
                                  2 Rector Street, 17th Floor
                                  New York, NY 10006
                                  Seat No. 142-P
                                  Badge No. 933-V                      Changes of Address
(Effective October 14, 1999)                                            @• Michael T. Fealey, HHF Securities Co. Inc. and Aspen Trading
Marc E. Landsman*          to     Martin J. Handler                        L.P., c/o ABN AMRO Sage Corporation, 2 Rector Street, 16th
Heard (Joseph D.) Jr. LLC         JAS Securities, L.L.C.                   Floor, New York, NY 10006
(Frost-Nevada Limited             120 Broadway, 7th Floor                * Christopher Cornette, Rock Island Securities, Inc., 175 West
Partnership - Lessor)             New York, NY 10271                       Jackson, Suite 621, Chicago, IL 60604
Badge No. 991-L                   Seat No. 155-P
                                  Badge No. 904-P
                                                                         * Regular Member
                                                                        ** Regular Member Organization
*Simultaneously with these transfers, the following Special              • Options Principal Member
Transfer Agreements terminated:                                         •• Options Principal Member Organization
                                                                         5 Amex Commodities Corporation Member
ABN AMRO Sage Corporation (Lessor) and Greg P. Sullivan (Lessee)       55 Amex Commodities Corporation Member Organization
Frost-Nevada Limited Partnership (Lessor) and Marc E. Lands-             † Associate Member
      man (Lessee)                                                       ‡ Associate Member Organization
Frost-Nevada Limited Partnership (Lessor) and Alex Lyudmer               # CBOE Member Organization
      (Lessee)                                                           s NYSE Member Organization
Liliane Holland (Lessor) and Jonathan E. Roepe (Lessee)                  s Limited Trading Permit Holder
Samuel Kovler (Lessor) and Steven C. Lin (Lessee)                      s s Limited Trading Permit Holder Organization
Alvin I. Zilz (Lessor) and Joseph S. Babiarz (Lessee)                   @ Also Employed By Another Firm



Allied Member                                                          Proposed Transfers of Memberships*
(Effective at the Opening of Business on October 15, 1999)             REGULAR
Harry H. Feldman                                                       (To Be Effective October 21, 1999)
President, Secretary, Treasurer and Director                           Marvin E. Farbowitz*         to Prudential Securities Incoporated
HHF Securities Co. Inc.                                                Rosenthal Collins
c/o ABN AMRO Sage Corporation                                          Equities, L.L.C.
2 Rector Street, 16th Floor                                            (Michael J. Dillon - Lessor)
New York, NY 10006
                                                                       Kenneth A. Hipkins*        to   Aaron Karsen
                                                                       Kalb, Voorhis & Co. and         Proposed Independent
                                                                       Hunter Specialists, LLC
Changes In Member Organizations                                        (Kalb, Voorhis & Co.
    ** Dogwood Trading L.L.C.                                          - Lessor)
       Admitted as a Regular Member Organization, effective at the
       opening of business on October 11, 1999.                        Warburg Dillon Read LLC to      Samuel Sklaroff
       (“LLC Member” does not signify Exchange Member)                                                 Proposed Independent
       Address: 10 Dogwood Lane, Rockville Centre, NY 11570
     * Kevin R. Blackburn, Managing and Investing Member               SPECIAL TRANSFER - REGULAR
       Vivian Bell, Investing Member                                   (To Be Effective October 15, 1999)
       Alan Kaufman, Investing Member                                  Peter J. Nagle*            to Nicholas D. Shangloo
       Frank Lee, Investing Member                                     Susquehanna Investment          Employee of
       Metta Miller, Investing Member                                  Group and Susquehanna           Susquehanna Investment Group
       Joseph Pane, Investing Member                                   Securities                      and Susquehanna Securities
       Robert Scott, Investing Member                                  (Robert Varkonyi - Lessor)
       Alan Salzbank, Trading Member



*Proposed transfers and admissions received after 9:30 A.M. will appear in an addendum at the end of the Bulletin.
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Morris Holdings Limited      to   Ryan P. McColgan                 (To Be Effective October 21, 1999)
Partnership                       Proposed Employee of             Michael S. Tighe*          to Larkspur Securities Inc.
                                  Wolverine Trading, L.P.          Balmarol Trading, L.L.C.
                                                                   (William H. Everett Pension
(To Be Effective October 21, 1999)                                 Plan & Trust UAD - Lessor)
Daniel E. Atkins*          to Warner T. Howe
Spear, Leeds & Kellogg          Proposed Employee of               William J. Visconto*       to   Michael T. Gillette
(PaineWebber Incorporated       Spear, Leeds & Kellogg             JAS Securities, L.L.C.          Proposed Independent
- Lessor)                                                          (Arnold M. Schumsky
                                                                   - Lessor)
William T. Barr*             to   Daniel A. DeRose
Joseph D. Heard, Jr. LLC          Proposed Employee of
(William I. Belk - Lessor)        Hudson Knights Securities, LLC   SPECIAL TRANSFER - OPM
                                                                   (To Be Effective October 15, 1999)
Svetlana Cummins*       to        Anthony Buendia                  North Military, Ltd.       to Samuel A. Leonard
Susquehanna Investment            Employee of                                                      Employee of
Group and Susquehanna             Susquehanna Investment Group                                     GPZ Trading, L.L.C.
Securities                        and Susquehanna Securities
(Merrill Lynch, Pierce,                                            (To Be Effective at the Opening of Business on October 20, 1999)
Fenner and Smith                                                   Benjamin Rosenfeld*         to Jonathan E. Roepe
Incorporated - Lessor)                                             Roepe Rosenfeld                  Managing Member of
                                                                   Trading LLC                      Roepe Rosenfeld Trading LLC
Martin J. Handler*       to       Kenneth A. Hipkins               (Jonathan Schwebel
Thunder Road Trading LLC          Employee of                      - Lessor)
(Emeric Harvey - Lessor)          Bear Hunter LLC and
                                  President of LLC Member of       (To Be Effective October 21, 1999)
                                  Hunter Specialists, LLC          Anthony Buendia*           to Svetlana Cummins
                                                                   Susquehanna Investment          Employee of
Warner T. Howe*              to   Michael D. Joseph                Group and Susquehanna           Susquehanna Investment Group
Spear, Leeds & Kellogg            Proposed Employee of             Securities                      and Susquehanna Securities
(Diamond Turk & Co.               JAS Securities, L.L.C.           (Eugene J. Federico
- Lessor)                                                          - Lessor)

Aaron Karsen                 to   Joseph A. Senna                  Andrew M. Freiman*         to   Mark Hanley
Proposed Independent              Employee of                      Freiman (Andrew), Inc.          Proposed Employee of
                                  Eclipse J.V.                     (Daniel S. Mintz - Lessor)      Stonehenge Trading, L.L.C.

Thomas McGourn*            to     Neil Collins                     Michael T. Gillette        to   William J. Visconto
Heard (Joseph D.), Jr. LLC        Proposed Employee of             Independent                     Employee of
(Vincent N. Martuscelli           Bloom Staloff Corporation                                        JAS Securities, L.L.C.
- Lessor)
                                                                   *Simultaneously with these transfers, the following Special
Michael Postiglione*         to   Manfred A. Cardone
                                                                   Transfer Agreements will terminate:
Lasher Group, Inc. (The)          Proposed Employee of
(Douglas L. Matthews              Lasher Group, Inc. (The)
                                                                   William I. Belk (Lessor) and William T. Barr (Lessee)
- Lessor)                                                          Diamond Turk & Co. (Lessor) and Warner T. Howe (Lessee)
                                                                   Michael J. Dillon (Lessor) and Marvin E. Farbowitz (Lessee)
Prudential Securities        to   Ralph E. Porter                  William H. Everett Pension Plan & Trust UAD (Lessor) and Michael
Incoporated                       Proposed Employee of                   S. Tighe (Lessee)
                                  Susquehanna Investment Group     Eugene J. Federico (Lessor) and Anthony Buendia (Lessee)
                                  and Susquehanna Securities       Scott A. Galin (Lessor) and Samuel A. Leonard (Lessee)
                                                                   Norma Gellman (Lessor) and Joseph A. Senna (Lessee)
Joseph A. Senna*         to       John D. Grzyb                    Emeric Harvey (Lessor) and Martin J. Handler (Lessee)
Ecplise J.V.                      Proposed Employee of             Kalb, Voorhis & Co. (Lessor) and Kenneth A. Hipkins (Lessee)
(Norma Gellman - Lessor)          GPZ Trading, L.L.C.              Vincent N. Martuscelli (Lessor) and Thomas McGourn (Lessee)
                                                                   Douglas L. Matthews (Lessor) and Michael Postiglione (Lessee)
Samuel Sklaroff              to   Wayne Wu                         Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated and Svetlana
Independent                       Employee of                            Cummins (Lessee)
                                  Hunter Specialists, LLC and      Daniel S. Mintz (Lessor) and Andrew M. Freiman (Lessee)
                                  President of LLC Member of       PaineWebber Incorporated (Lessor) and Daniel E. Atkins (Lessee)
                                  Kalb, Voorhis & Co., L.L.C.      Arnold M. Schumsky (Lessor) and William J. Visconto (Lessee)
                                                                   Jonathan Schwebel (Lessor) and Benjamin Rosenfeld (Lessee)
OPM                                                                Robert Varkonyi (Lessor) and Peter J. Nagle (Lessee)
(To Be Effective October 15, 1999)
Samuel A. Leonard*         to North Military, Ltd.                 Any information you may have which would be pertinent to con-
GPZ Trading, L.L.C.                                                sideration of the applicants by the Exchange should be promptly
(Scott A. Galin - Lessor)                                          reported to the Membership Services Department at 306-1419.



*Proposed transfers and admissions received after 9:30 A.M. will appear in an addendum at the end of the Bulletin.
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Proposed Transfer of a                                                  Proposed Associate Members*
Limited Trading Permit*                                                 (To Be Effective October 15, 1999)
(To Be Effective October 15, 1999)                                      John B. Griff
Nicholas D. Shangloo       to Stephanie Gazdo                           Proposed Deputy CEO of
Susquehanna Investment          Proposed Employee of                    HSBC Securities (USA) Inc.
Group and Susquehanna           Susquehanna Investment Group            140 Broadway
Securities                      and Susquehanna Securities              New York, NY 10005

Any information you may have which would be pertinent to con-           (To Be Effective October 21, 1999)
sideration of the applicants by the Exchange should be promptly         Ronald Comerchero
reported to the Membership Services Department at 306-1419.             Managing Member of the Manager of
                                                                        Catalyst Trading LLC
                                                                        111 Broadway, 15th Floor
                                                                        New York, NY 10006
Proposed Member Organizations*
                                                                        Joseph K. Herlihy
(To Be Effective October 21, 1999)                                      Senior Vice President of
  ** Bloom Staloff Corporation                                          Neuberger Berman, LLC
     Proposed to be admitted as a Regular Member Organization.          605 Third Avenue
     Address: 2000 Market Street, 18th Floor, Philadelphia, PA          New York, NY 10158
     19103
     James J. Bloom, Chairman and Treasurer                             James A. Phillips
     Arnold Staloff, President and Chief Executive Officer              Chief Operating Officer of
   * Neil Collins, Senior Vice President                                Telemetry Securities, L.L.C.
                                                                        230 East 79th Street, Apt. 11F
     ‡ Catalyst Trading LLC                                             New York, NY 10021-1213
       Proposed to be admitted as an Associate Member Organiza-
       tion.                                                            Any information you may have which would be pertinent to con-
       (“LLC Member” does not signify Exchange Member)                  sideration of the applicants by the Exchange should be promptly
       Address: 111 Broadway, 15th Floor, New York, NY 10006            reported to the Membership Services Department at 306-1419.
       Catalyst Holdings LP, Sole Member
       Newfield Management LLC, Manager
     † Ronald Comerchero, Managing Member of the Manager
       Daniel Uslander, Managing Member of the Manager                  Proposed Allied Members*
    ** Hudson Knights Securities, LLC                                   (To Be Effective October 15, 1999)
       Proposed to be admitted as a Regular Member Organization.        Barbara Cohen
       (“LLC Member” does not signify Exchange Member)                  Shareholder of
       Address: c/o ABN AMRO Sage Corporation, 2 Rector Street,         Morris Holdings, Inc.
       16th Floor, New York, NY 10006                                   120 Broadway, Suite 7013
       James O. Haas, Managing Member                                   New York, NY 10271
     * Daniel A. DeRose, Employee
                                                                        Lawrence Cohen
    ** MDNH Traders, LLC                                                Limited Partner of
       Proposed to be admitted as a Regular Member Organization.        Morris Holdings Limited Partnership
       (“LLC Member” does not signify Exchange Member)                  120 Broadway, Suite 7013
       Address: 220 Bush Street, Suite 660, San Francisco, CA 94104     New York, NY 10271
       MDNH Partners, LP, Member
       MDNH Trading Corporation, Member                                 (To Be Effective October 21, 1999)
     * Nino Armienti, LLC Member                                        James J. Bloom
     * John R. Beldy, LLC Member                                        Chairman and Treasurer of
     * Jeremy P. Berenblatt, LLC Member                                 Bloom Staloff Corporation
     * Eric P. Scherr, LLC Member                                       2000 Market Street, 18th Floor
                                                                        Philadelphia, PA 19103
     ‡ Telemetry Securities, L.L.C.
       Proposed to be admitted as an Associate Member Organiza-         Michael Engmann
       tion.                                                            Shareholder of
       (“LLC Member” does not signify Exchange Member)                  MDNH Trading Corporation
       Address: 230 East 79th Street, Apartment 11F, New York, NY       220 Bush Street, Suite 660
       10021-1213                                                       San Francisco, CA 94104
     † James A. Phillips, Chief Operating Officer
       Andrew J. Schorr, Chief Executive Officer                        James O. Haas
       Telemetry Fund I L.P., Member                                    Managing Member of
       Telemetry Investments L.L.C., Manager                            Hudson Knights Securities, LLC
                                                                        1900 Market Street, Suite 600
Any information you may have which would be pertinent to con-           Philadelphia, PA 19103
sideration of the applicants by the Exchange should be promptly
reported to the Membership Services Department at 306-1419.


*Proposed transfers and admissions received after 9:30 A.M. will appear in an addendum at the end of the Bulletin.
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Herbert Kurlan                                                    Alan Woods
President of                                                      Member of
MDNH Trading Corporation                                          Woodsman Capital LLC
220 Bush Street, Suite 660                                        220 Montgomery Street, Suite 500
San Francisco, CA 94104                                           San Francisco, CA 94104

Andrew J. Schorr                                                  (To Be Effective October 21, 1999)
Chief Executive Officer of                                        Michelle Graccyk
Telemetry Securities, L.L.C.                                      Investing Member of
230 East 79th Street, Apt. 11F                                    IJP, L.L.C.
New York, NY 10021-1213                                           2 Rector Street, 16th Floor
                                                                  New York, NY 10006
Arnold Staloff
President and Chief Executive Officer of                          Any information you may have which would be pertinent to con-
Bloom Staloff Corporation                                         sideration of the applicants by the Exchange should be promptly
2000 Market Street, 18th Floor                                    reported to the Membership Services Department at 306-1419.
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Daniel Uslander
Managing Member of the Manager of                                 Proposed Approved Person Organizations*
Catalyst Trading LLC                                              (To Be Effective October 21, 1999)
111 Broadway, 15th Floor                                          Catalyst Holdings LP
New York, NY 10006                                                Sole Member of
                                                                  Catalyst Trading LLC
Any information you may have which would be pertinent to con-     111 Broadway, 15th Floor
sideration of the applicants by the Exchange should be promptly   New York, NY 10006
reported to the Membership Services Department at 306-1419.
                                                                  Catalyst Trading LLC
                                                                  Under Common Control With
                                                                  Valhalla Partners, LLC
Proposed Approved Persons*                                        111 Broadway, 15th Floor
(To Be Effective October 15, 1999)                                New York, NY 10006
Orlando Alfonso
Partner of                                                        MDNH Partners, LP
Copper Trading, J.V.                                              Member of
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 688                               MDNH Traders, LLC
Chicago, IL 60604                                                 220 Bush Street, Suite 660
                                                                  San Francisco, CA 94104
Randy Emer
Managing Member of                                                MDNH Trading Corporation
Eclipse, L.L.C.                                                   Member of
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 688                               MDNH Traders, LLC
Chicago, IL 60604                                                 220 Bush Street, Suite 660
                                                                  San Francisco, CA 94104
William Gorman
Partner of                                                        Newfield Management LLC
Copper Trading, J.V.                                              Manager of
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 688                               Catalyst Trading LLC
Chicago, IL 60604                                                 111 Broadway, 15th Floor
                                                                  New York, NY 10006
William Johnson
Partner of                                                        Pioneer Futures
Johnson Trading, J.V.                                             Valhalla Forex
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 688                               Valhalla Management, Inc.
Chicago, IL 60604                                                 Valhalla Partners, LLC
                                                                  Valhalla Securities, Inc.
Craig Karsen                                                      Under Common Control With
Managing Member of                                                Catalyst Trading LLC
Eclipse, L.L.C.                                                   111 Broadway, 15th Floor
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 688                               New York, NY 10006
Chicago, IL 60604
                                                                  Telemetry Advisors L.L.C.
Timothy J. Keating                                                Under Common Control With
Member of                                                         Telemetry Securities, L.L.C.
Keating Investments, LLC                                          230 East 79th Street, Apt. 11F
220 Montgomery Street, Suite 500                                  New York, NY 10021-1213
San Francisco, CA 94104



*Proposed transfers and admissions received after 9:30 A.M. will appear in an addendum at the end of the Bulletin.
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Telemetry Fund I L.P.                                               Oct. 7 — Information Circular No. 1201 Subject: 5 New
Member of                                                                    Option Listings.
Telemetry Securities, L.L.C.                                        Oct. 7 — Information Circular No. 1202 Subject: 9 New
230 East 79th Street, Apt. 11F                                               Option Listings.
New York, NY 10021-1213                                             Oct. 7 — Information Circular No. 1203 Subject: Amex
                                                                             Biotechnology Index (BTK) — Upcoming Compo-
Telemetry Investments L.L.C.                                                 nent Change.
Manager of                                                          Oct. 7 — Information Circular No. 1204 Subject: Capital Re
Telemetry Securities, L.L.C.                                                 Corporation (KRE) — Cancellation of Shareholder
230 East 79th Street, Apt. 11F                                               Vote for Ace Limited (ACL) Merger.
New York, NY 10021-1213                                             Oct. 8 — Information Circular No. 1205 Subject: Canandaigua
                                                                             Wine Company (CBRNA/CQW) — Upcoming Sym-
Any information you may have which would be pertinent to con-                bol Change to CDB.
sideration of the applicants by the Exchange should be promptly     Oct. 8 — Information Circular No. 1206 Subject: Metro-
reported to the Membership Services Department at 306-1419.                  Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. (MGM) — Contract Adjustment
                                                                             for Rights Offering.
                                                                    Oct. 8 — Information Circular No. 1207 Subject: Various Index
                                                                             Adjustments due to Ameritech (AIT)/SBC Commu-
Circulars                                                                    nications (SBC) Merger.
                                                                    Oct. 4 — Floor Members Circular No. 674 Subject: Ex-Cash
Oct. 4 — Information Circular No. 1182 Subject: New Option
                                                                             Dividends.
         Listing — Juniper Networks, Inc. (JNPR/JUP)
                                                                    Oct. 4 — Floor Members Circular No. 675 Subject: New Strike
         **REVISED**.
Oct. 4 — Information Circular No. 1183 Subject: The S&P                      Prices.
         MidCap 400 Index (MID) — New Index Divisor.                Oct. 4 — Floor Members Circular No. 676 Subject: New Enter-
Oct. 4 — Information Circular No. 1184 Subject: The Oil Index                ing Firm Symbol for the Amex Order File (AOF).
         (XOI) — New Index Divisor.                                 Oct. 5 — Floor Members Circular No. 677 Subject: Ex-Cash
Oct. 5 — Information Circular No. 1185 Subject: “Circuit                     Dividends.
         Breaker” Trading Halt Parameters for the Fourth            Oct. 5 — Floor Members Circular No. 678 Subject: New Enter-
         Quarter 1999.                                                       ing Firm Symbol for the Amex Order File (AOF).
Oct. 5 — Information Circular No. 1186 Subject: New Equity          Oct. 5 — Floor Members Circular No. 679 Subject: New Strike
         FLEXible Exchange Option (E-FLEX) Listing —                         Prices.
         ASARCO Incorporated (AR).                                  Oct. 6 — Floor Members Circular No. 680 Subject: Ex-Cash
Oct. 5 — Information Circular No. 1187 Subject: Capital Re                   Dividend.
         Corporation (KRE) — Upcoming Contract Adjust-              Oct. 6 — Floor Members Circular No. 681 Subject: New Strike
         ment due to Merger with Ace Limited (ACL).                          Prices.
Oct. 5 — Information Circular No. 1188 Subject: United States       Oct. 6 — Floor Members Circular No. 682 Subject: Reloca-
         Surgical (USS) — New Deliverable for Adjusted                       tion of Options.
         SXL/XUZ Series.                                            Oct. 7 — Floor Members Circular No. 683 Subject: Strike Price
Oct. 5 — Information Circular No. 1189 Subject: Nielsen                      Delisting.
         Media Research, Inc. (NMR) — Extension of Tender           Oct. 7 — Floor Members Circular No. 684 Subject: New Strike
         Offer.                                                              Prices.
Oct. 5 — Information Circular No. 1190 Subject: Harmonic            Oct. 8 — Floor Members Circular No. 685 Subject: Admitted
         Inc. (HLIT/LOQ) — 2-for-1 Stock Split Adjustment.                   — Rock Island Securities Inc.
Oct. 6 — Information Circular No. 1191 Subject: New LEAPS®          Oct. 8 — Floor Members Circular No. 686 Subject: New Strike
                                                                             Prices.
         Listing — Global Crossing Ltd. (GBLX/QGV).
                                                                    Oct. 8 — Floor Members Circular No. 687 Subject: Change re
Oct. 6 — Information Circular No. 1192 Subject: End of Month
                                                                             AOF Entering Mnemonic for BT Alex Brown: AB and
         Short Interest Report for DIAMONDS, SPDRs, Mid-
                                                                             FSC.
         Cap SPDRs, Nasdaq-100 Trust and WEBS.
Oct. 6 — Information Circular No. 1193 Subject: Elf Aquitaine
         (ELF) — Extension of Exchange Offer — New
         Exchange Ratio.                                                                  Current Reports Made
Oct. 6 — Information Circular No. 1194 Subject: OshKosh                                     to the Exchange
         B’Gosh, Inc. (GOSHA/QOK) — Partial Self-Tender
                                                                    Members’ attention is called to the fact that the following reports
         Offer.
                                                                    are made to the Exchange within the coming week:
Oct. 6 — Information Circular No. 1195 Subject: Ballard Med-
                                                                                             Report                              Due on or before
         ical Products (BMP) — Determination of Cash-in-
                                                                    1-RA (Members and Members Organiza-
         lieu Amount for Adjusted BVM Series.
                                                                      tions Weekly report of transactions for
Oct. 6 — Information Circular No. 1196 Subject: Brite Voice
                                                                      accounts for the week ending Fri.,
         Systems (BVSI/VQB) — Determination of Cash-in-
                                                                      Oct. 15, 1999). ..........................................  Fri.     Oct. 22
         lieu Amount for Adjusted BUZ Series.
Oct. 6 — Information Circular No. 1197 Subject: The Biotech-
                                                                    1-S (Weekly report of round lot short sale
         nology Index (BTK) — Upcoming Component
                                                                      transactions for accounts for the week
         Replacement.
                                                                      ending Fri., Oct. 15, 1999).......................           Fri.   Oct. 22
Oct. 7 — Information Circular No. 1198 Subject: The Biotech-
         nology Index (BTK) — New Index Divisor.
                                                                    SEC Registration Fee - Members Organi-
Oct. 7 — Information Circular No. 1199 Subject: New Option
                                                                     zations ASECC Division of NSCC Report
         Listing — USinternetworking, Inc. (USIX/UUX).
                                                                     of settled monthly sales for stocks,
Oct. 7 — Information Circular No. 1200 Subject: New Option
                                                                     rights and warrants filed no later than
         Listing — Value America Inc. (VUSA/UAS).
                                                                     10:30 a.m. ................................................   Wed.   Nov. 10
The American Stock Exchange Weekly Bulletin October 15, 1999                                                                                         7



Equity Computation - Registered Options                                                Bolt Technology Corporation, 63,492 shares of Common Stock,
 Trading firms exempt from net capital                                                      No Par Value
 rule. ..........................................................   Mon.     Oct. 25   Golf Trust of America, Inc., 17,281,945 shares of Common Stock,
                                                                                            Par Value $0.01
Net Capital Computation - Individuals and                                              McRae Industries, Inc., 100,000 shares of Class A Common
 Firms subject to the net capital rule                                                      Stock, Par Value $1.00
 when exempt from FOCUS Reporting.                                  Mon.     Oct. 25   Pennaco Energy, Inc., 2,450,000 shares of Class A Common
                                                                                            Stock, Par Value $.001
Focus Report Part II - Member Organiza-                                                Signal Technology Corporation, shares of Common Stock, Par
 tions carrying customers and/or self-                                                      Value $0.01
 clearing. ..................................................       Mon.     Oct. 25   The Scandinavia Company, Inc., 6,602,628 shares of Common
                                                                                            Stock, Par Value $.01
Focus Report Part IIA - Member Organi-
 zations subject to the net capital rule                                               The Following Securities Will be Admitted to Listing and Regis-
 but not carrying customers and/or self                                                tration at a Date to be Announced:
 clearing. ..................................................       Mon.     Oct. 25   Citizens Holding Company
                                                                                             Common Stock, Par Value $.2000
MO-14 Statement of Specialist Profit and                                                     Symbol: CIZ                     Post: *
 Loss - Specialist Units. ..........................                Mon.     Oct. 25
                                                                                       EBH Capital Trust I
MO-15 Report of Income by Specialty                                                        *% Cumulative Preferred Securities due *, 2029
                                                                                           Symbol: EBT.PR.A                 Post: 6
 Security - Specialist Units. ....................                  Mon.     Oct. 25
                                                                                       **Heartland Financial Capital Trust I
Signed original FOCUS Reports are filed with the Financial Reg-
                                                                                           *% Cumulative Capital Securities due *, 2029
ulatory Services Department, 40 Rector Street, 17th Floor. A copy
                                                                                           Symbol: HFT.PR                    Post: *
must be retained by the filing broker/dealer. Forms and instruc-
tions are also available at this location.
                                                                                       **InfoHighway Communications Corporation
                                                                                            Common Stock, Par Value $.0001
                                                                                            Symbol: IW                     Post: *
                     Equities                                                          **LCM Internet Growth Fund, Inc.
           Monthly Short Interest Schedule                                                 Common Stock, Par Value $.01
                       1999                                                                Symbol: FND                       Post: *

     Settlement                    Trade                   Report           Report     **S.M.A. Real Time, Inc.
        Date                       Date                     Due            Published       Common Stock, Par Value $.0001
   November 15                November 9             November 17 November 19               Symbol: VTV                    Post: *
    (Monday)                   (Tuesday)             (Wednesday)   (Friday)
                                                                                       *To be announced
                                                                                       **Subject to prior effectiveness of a 1933 and/or 1934 Act Reg-
                                                                                       istration Statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Com-
The List                                                                               mission.
This information can now be found on the Web. In order to
                                                                                       Removed From Listing and Registration:
retrieve this information, go to http://www.amextrader.com and                         EKCO Group, Inc.                                       Oct. 12
from the home page click the Daily List button. At the Daily List                         Common Stock, Par Value $.01
home page scroll down to Amex issues and select the view link                             Symbol: EKO                      Post: 13
for the current date. Should you have any questions please call                           Note: Suspended since September 20, 1999. Merged with a
(203) 385-6370 or the site’s Help Desk at (800) 777-5606.                                 subsidiary of CCPC Acquisition Corp. at $7.00 per share.

The Following Have Been Approved for Listing                                           Howard B. Wolf, Inc.                              Oct. 12
New Listings:                                                                             Common Stock, Par Value $.33-1/3
Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co. 3,794,496 shares of 6% Reset                             Symbol: HBW                      Post: 7
    Performance Equity-Linked Redemption Quarterly-pay                                    Note: Open orders were canceled. Company does not meet
    Securities (Reset PERQS) Mandatorily Exchangeable for                                 Exchange Guidelines.
    shares of Common Stock of Oracle Corp. due December 15,
    2001.                                                                              Professional Dental Technologies, Inc.             Oct. 13
National-Standard Company 5,735,739 shares of Common                                   Common Stock, Par Value $.01
    Stock, Par Value $.01                                                                   Symbol: PRO.EC                    Post: 15
USURF America, Inc. 12,474,554 shares of Common Stock, Par                                  Note: Suspended since September 23, 1999. Company no
    Value $.0001                                                                            longer meets Exchange Guidelines.

Additional & Substitution Listings                                                     United Foods, Inc.                                   Oct. 14
American Real Estate Investment Corporation, 1,379,310 shares                               Class A Common Stock, Par Value $1.00
    of Common Stock, Par Value $0.001                                                       Symbol: UFD.A                      Post: 1
American Real Estate Investment Corporation, 8,984,435 shares                               Note: Suspended since September 24, 1999. Merged with a
    of Common Stock, Par Value $0.001                                                       subsidiary of Pictsweet LLC at $3.50 per share.
Bentley Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 10,390,752 shares of Common
    Stock, Par Value $.02                                                                  Class B Common Stock, Par Value $1.00
Boddie-Noell Properties, Inc., 179,457 shares of Common Stock,                             Symbol: UFD.B                      Post: 1
    Par Value $.01                                                                         Note: Suspended since September 24, 1999. Merged with a
                                                                                           subsidiary of Pictsweet LLC at $3.50 per share.
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Instron Corporation                                  Oct. 15                   If the market price of Oracle Corporation on December 15,
     Common Stock, Par Value $1.00                                          2000 is the same as or less than the First Year Cap Price, the
     Symbol: ISN                           Post: 5                          Issuer will not adjust the exchange ratio at that time.
     Note: Suspended since September 30, 1999. Merged with                  Second Year Adjustment:
     Kirtland Partners III L.P. at $22.00 per share.                           The exchange ratio may be adjusted downward again at
                                                                            maturity, but only if the market price of Oracle Corporation
Unimar Company                                      Oct. 15                 at maturity exceeds the Second Year Cap Price. The final
    Indonesian Participating Units                                          exchange ratio will then be calculated as follows:
    Symbol: UMR                    Post: 6
    Note: Suspended since September 27, 1999. Units expired                   Final     Existing             Second Year Cap Price
                                                                                                           _________________________
    September 25, 1999.                                                     Exchange = Exchange x              Oracle Corporation
                                                                              Ratio      Ratio              closing price at maturity
Admitted to “When Issued” Trading:
Scandinavia Company, Inc. (The)                           Oct. 11              If the market price of Oracle Corporation at maturity is the
    Additional Common Stock, Par Value $.01                                 same as or less than the Second Year Cap Price, the Issuer
    Symbol: SCF.WI                  Post: 7                                 will not adjust the Exchange Ratio at maturity.
                                                                               ORP will be quoted and trade as an equity issue in round
Suspended From Trading:                                                     lots of 100, and will trade “flat” without accrued interest.
American Real Estate Investment Corporation             Oct. 13
    Common Stock, Par Value $.001                                      National-Standard Company                                   Oct. 15
    Symbol: REA                       Post: 2                               Common Stock, Par Value $.01
    Note: Reorganization from a Maryland Corporation to a                   Symbol: NSD                         Post: 13
    Maryland Real Estate Investment Trust as well as a Name                 Note: Transfer from NYSE.
    and Symbol change. Open orders were canceled and
    should reflect the new. See Security Addition for KTR.             USURF America, Inc.                                         Oct. 15
                                                                          Common Stock, Par Value $.0001
Admitted to Trading:                                                      Symbol: UAX                    Post: 1
Keystone Property Trust                                Oct. 13            Note: Transfer from OTCBB (USRF).
    Common Stock, Par Value $.001
    Symbol: KTR                      Post: 2                           To Be Suspended From Trading:
    Note: Reorganization from a Maryland Corporation to a              Rampart Capital Corporation                              Oct. 22
    Maryland Real Estate Investment Trust as well as a Name                Units, Par Value $.01
    and Symbol change. See Security Suspension for REA.                    Symbol: RAC.U                       Post: 10
    Transactions may be settled by delivery of old or new cer-             Note: Units to separate, close of business, October 21, 1999.
    tificates.                                                             Each unit consists of 2 shares Common Stock and 1
                                                                           Redeemable Common Stock Purchase Warrant. Last day
Admitted to Listing and Registration:                                      “Regular Way” is October 18,1999. Transactions as of Octo-
Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co.                         Oct. 14           ber 19, 1999 are as follows:
    6% Reset Performance Equity-Linked Redemption Quar-                       October 19 & 20, 1999: “NEXT DAY”
    terly-pay Securities (Reset PERQS)                                        October 21, 1999: “CASH” (Last day of trading)
    Mandatorily Exchangeable for shares of Common Stock of
    Oracle Corp. due December 15, 2001.                                CSC Holdings, Inc.                                       Oct. 26
    Symbol: ORP                         Post: 5                            Depositary Shares, Without Par Value
    Note: The aforementioned security will bear annual interest            Symbol: CVC.PR                    Post: 1
    of 6% based on the initial offering price of $23.71875. Inter-         Note: Called for Redemption, November 2, 1999, at $25.883
    est will be payable quarterly on each March 15, June 15,               per Depositary share. Convertible into 1.4828 shares of
    September 15 and December 15, at the rate of 6% of the                 Cablevision Systems Corporation Cl A Common Stock
    Issue Price per annum (or $1.423125 per annum), begin-                 (CVC). October 20, 1999 is the last day “Regular Way.”
    ning December 15, 1999. The PERQS are not subject to                   Transactions as of October 21, 1999 will be as follows:
    redemption by the Issuer prior to maturity. At maturity,                 October 21 and 22, 1999: “NEXT DAY”
    upon delivery of each Reset PERQS to the Trustee, each                   October 25, 1999: “CASH” (Last day of trading)
    principal amount of such Reset PERQS will be applied by
    the Issuer as payment for a number of shares of the com-
    mon stock of Oracle Corporation at the then-applicable
    Exchange Ratio. The Exchange Ratio, initially set at 0.5, is       Changes In The Symbol Book
    subject to adjustment on December 15, 2000 and at maturity         Addition to Page 106:
    in order to cap the value of the Oracle Corporation Stock to           Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co.
    be received upon delivery of the Reset PERQS.                          6% Reset Performance Equity-Linked Redemption Quar-
    First Year Adjustment:                                                 terly-pay Securities (Reset PERQS)
       The exchange ratio will be adjusted downward if the mar-            Mandatorily Exchangeable for shares of Common Stock of
    ket price of Oracle Corporation stock exceeds the First Year           Oracle Corp. due December 15, 2001.
    Cap Price on December 15, 2000.                                        Symbol: ORP                         Post: 5
    The adjusted exchange ratio will be calculated as follows:             Note: The aforementioned security will bear annual interest
                                                                           of 6% based on the initial offering price of $23.71875. Inter-
       New        Initial  First Year Cap Price ($64.52)
                           ___________________________                     est will be payable quarterly on each March 15, June 15,
     Exchange = Exchange x Oracle Corporation closing                      September 15 and December 15, at the rate of 6% of the
       Ratio      Ratio    price on December 15, 2000                      Issue Price per annum (or $1.423125 per annum), begin-
                                                                           ning December 15, 1999. The PERQS are not subject to
        The First Year Cap Price is 136.01% of the closing price           redemption by the Issuer prior to maturity. At maturity,
     ($47.4375) of Oracle Corporation Common Stock at the time             upon delivery of each Reset PERQS to the Trustee, each
     of the pricing of the Reset PERQS.
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     principal amount of such Reset PERQS will be applied by           Registered Interest
     the Issuer as payment for a number of shares of the com-
     mon stock of Oracle Corporation at the then-applicable                                                                       Record Date
     Exchange Ratio. The Exchange Ratio, initially set at 0.5, is                                                            (New York unless
     subject to adjustment on December 15, 2000 and at maturity        Name of Company                                       stated otherwise)
     in order to cap the value of the Oracle Corporation Stock to      Interest due September 15
     be received upon delivery of the Reset PERQS.                     Audiovox Corporation (6-1/4% - 2001) ..........................August 31
     First Year Adjustment:                                            Halter Marine Group, Inc. (4-1/2% - 2004) ................September 1
        The exchange ratio will be adjusted downward if the mar-       Viacom International Inc. (10-1/4% - 2001)................September 1
     ket price of Oracle Corporation stock exceeds the First Year      Fruit of the Loom, Inc. (7% - 2011) ............................September 1
     Cap Price on December 15, 2000.
        The adjusted exchange ratio will be calculated as follows:     Interest due September 30
                                                                       National Healthcare L.P. (6% - 2000) ........................September 15
       New        Initial  First Year Cap Price ($64.52)
                           ___________________________
     Exchange = Exchange x Oracle Corporation closing
                                                                       Interest due October 1
       Ratio      Ratio    price on December 15, 2000                  Bentley Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (12% - 2006) ............September 15
                                                                       DRS Technologies, Inc. (9% - 2003) ........................September 15
        The First Year Cap Price is 136.01% of the closing price
                                                                       Kelley Oil & Gas Partners, Ltd. ................................September 15
     ($47.4375) of Oracle Corporation Common Stock at the time
                                                                       Movie Star, Inc. (12-7/8% - 2001)..............................September 15
     of the pricing of the Reset PERQS.
                                                                       Paxson Communications Corp (11-5/8% - 2002) ....September 15
        If the market price of Oracle Corporation on December 15,
     2000 is the same as or less than the First Year Cap Price, the
                                                                       Interest due October 15
     Issuer will not adjust the exchange ratio at that time.
                                                                       Trans World Airlines, Inc. (11-3/8% - 2003) ....................October 1
     Second Year Adjustment:
                                                                       Ugly Duckling Corporation (12% - 2003) ........................October 1
        The exchange ratio may be adjusted downward again at
     maturity, but only if the market price of Oracle Corporation
                                                                       Interest due October 19
     at maturity exceeds the Second Year Cap Price. The final
                                                                       Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (1% - 2004) ..............................October 4
     exchange ratio will then be calculated as follows:

       Final     Existing             Second Year Cap Price            Interest due October 27
                                    _________________________
     Exchange = Exchange x                                             Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (0.25% - 2006) ........................October 13
                                        Oracle Corporation
       Ratio      Ratio              closing price at maturity
                                                                       Interest due November 1
        If the market price of Oracle Corporation at maturity is the   Assisted Living Concepts, Inc. (5.625% - 2003)............October 15
     same as or less than the Second Year Cap Price, the Issuer,       Assisted Living Concepts, Inc. (6% - 2002) ..................October 15
     will not adjust the Exchange Ratio at maturity.                   ThermoTrex Corp (3-1/4% - 2007) ................................October 15
        ORP will be quoted and trade as an equity issue in round
     lots of 100, and will trade “flat” without accrued interest.      Interest due November 8
                                                                       Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co. (7.50% - 2000) ....October 25

                                                                       Interest due November 15
                                                                       Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co. (7% - 2001) ..........October 31

United States Government Obligations                                   Note: In accordance with Rule SR-81, registered Debentures
Admitted to “When Issued” Trading:                                     which are delivered after the New York record date in settlement
                                                          Oct. 13      of transactions made prior to the third business day next pre-
U.S. Treasury Bill, dated October 14, 1999 due April 13, 2000          ceding the interest payment date must be accompanied by the
     Symbol: TB.DRI.WI                  Post: 21                       due bills for the interest to be paid by the obligor.
     Note: Regular Way October 14, 1999

Admitted to Trading:
                                                        Oct. 14        List of Bonds Dealt in “Flat”
U.S. Treasury Bill, dated October 14, 1999 due October 12, 2000        Traded “Flat” from Listing Date
     Symbol: TB.EGB                     Post: 21                       American Corporate Accruals, Inc. ..................(Callable Principal
     Note: Regular Way October 14, 1999                                                                                               Receipts 2024)
                                                                       Arch Communications Group, Inc. ........................(10-7/8% 2008)
The Following U.S. Government Obligations will be Removed              GS Financial Products U.S., L.P.......................(Nikkei 225 Indexed
from Trading at the Close of Business on the Maturity Date:                                                                              Notes 2000)
                                                                       Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. ..........(Japan Index Equity Participation
Treasury Bills                                                                                                         Securities With Minimum
Symbol                  Maturity                                                                                         Return Protection 2000)
TB.CSH                  10/21/99                                       Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. ......................(Stock Linked Notes 2003)
TB.CTF                  10/28/99                                       Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co...(Exchangeable Notes of the
                                                                                                                         Common Stock of Cisco
Treasury Notes                                                                                                                Systems, Inc. 2005)
Symbol                  Coupon                        Maturity         Salomon Smith Barney Holdings Inc. ..................(“SPINS” 2001)
TN.CKF                  5 5/8%                        10/31/99         Trump’s Castle Funding, Inc. ..................................(13-7/8% 2005)
TN.RFA                  7 1/2%                        10/31/99         Trump’s Castle Funding, Inc. ..................................(11-3/4% 2003)
                                                                       United States Cellular Corporation................(Liquid Yield Option
                                                                                                                     Notes - Zero Coupon 2015)
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Stock and/or Cash Distribution Due Bills                                                                                                                   Record
                                                                                            Name of Company                                 Amount Payable Date
                                                         Record       Ex-Dividend
Name of Company                 Amount                    Date         on A.S.E.              Alcoa Inc. ($3.75 Pfd)........................$.9375         Jan. 1 Dec. 10
First West Virginia Bancorp, Inc. (A)                    Nov. 1         Nov. 19             * A.O. Smith Corporation (Cl A Com) ..$.12                     Nov. 15 Oct. 29
Scandinavia Co Inc                (B)                    Oct. 11        Oct. 25
                                                                                            * BlackRock PA Strategic Muni Tr
  (A) 6-5 Stock; Due bills redeemable November 23, 1999.                                        (The) (CSBI) ................................$.0765625 Nov. 1 Oct. 22
  (B) 2-1 Stock; Due bills redeemable October 27, 1999.
                                                                                              Canadian 88 Energy Corp ................Note: (3)
                                                                                              Canyon Resources Corp ..................Note: (2)
                                                                                              Carolina Power & Light Company
Halted or Suspended Issues                                                                      ($5 Pfd) ..........................................$1.25   Jan.   3 Dec. 15
Transactions in the following securities have been halted for a                               Central Fund of Canada Limited
period exceeding five trading days or have been suspended for                                   (Cl A Shs) ......................................$.01      Nov. 12 Oct. 29
reasons other than the transfer of listing to other markets. Mem-                             Chase Corporation ..........................$.32             Dec. 3 Oct. 29
bers and member organizations are reminded of the provisions                                  Community Independent Bank Inc ....$.07                      Nov. 15 Oct. 22
of Exchange Rule 462(d)1 when determining the value to place
upon those securities for margin purposes.                                                    DIAMONDS (DIAMONDS Tr Ser I) ..$.034003 Nov. 15 Oct. 19
   Any purchase or sale of a security in which trading has been
halted for more than 30 days or has been suspended by the                                     EdperBrascan Corporation
Exchange is exempt from Exchange Rule 5. Members should be                                      (Cl A Ltd Vot Shs)..........................$.245          Nov. 30 Nov. 1
aware of the applicability of Rule 15c2-11 under the Securities                                                                             (Can.)
Exchange Act of 1934.                                                                       * Equity Income Fund, 1st Exch Ser,
   Members are reminded that open orders on the books of the                                    AT&T Shares (Units)..................$.253                 Nov. 1 Oct. 15
specialist for an issue which has been halted for 30 days are                                 Espey Mfg & Electronics Corp ........$.05                    Dec. 31 Nov. 30
automatically canceled.
                                                                                              Fall River Gas Company ..................$.24   Nov. 15 Nov. 1
                                                                      Date of Halt          * First West Virginia Bancorp, Inc. ....Note: (1) Nov. 18 Nov. 1
Name of Company (Issue)                                            or Suspension
                                                                                              Greenwich Street CA Muni Fd Inc ..$.049                      Oct. 29 Oct. 26
  • Carnegie International Corporation                                                        Greenwich Street CA Muni Fd Inc ..$.049                      Nov. 26 Nov. 22
      (Com.) ........................................................April 30, 1999 (H)
    Dynamex, Inc. (Com.) ........................September 16, 1999 (H)                     * InnSuites Hospitality Trust (SBI) ....$.01                   Oct. 31 Oct. 18
  • Gencor Industries, Inc. (Com.) ..............February 22, 1999 (H)
    Unistar Financial Service Corp. ....................July 21, 1999 (H)                     Lillian Vernon Corporation ..............$.08                Dec.   1 Nov. 15
    Unitel Video Inc. ..................................September 3, 1999 (H)
                                                                                            * Mandatory Common Exchange
                                                                                              Trust ($3.5434 “TIMES”) ................$.886                Nov. 15 Nov. 1
H—    Halted.                                                                                 Massachusetts Health & Education
S—    Suspended.                                                                                Tax-Exempt Trust (The)................$.0637               Nov. 30 Nov. 15
a—    Addition to previous Bulletin.                                                          Massachusetts Health & Education
• —   Rule 19c-3 security (not subject to Exchange Rule 5).                                     Tax-Exempt Trust (The)................$.0637               Dec. 30 Dec. 15
                                                                                              Media General, Inc. (Cl A Com) ......$.15                    Dec. 15 Nov. 30
                                                                                            * Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co.
                                                                                                (6% “Reset PERQS”)..................$.11103125             Nov. 1 Oct. 15
Dividends                                                                                   * Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co.
The “ex-dividend” dates have been established pursuant to the                                   (6% “Reset PERQS”) ....................$.5925              Nov.   15   Oct.   31
provisions of Rule 830 of the Board of Governors.                                           * MuniHoldings FL Insd Fund V..........$.07181                 Oct.   28   Oct.   22
   Attention is directed to the fact that stocks which are also dealt                       * MuniHoldings NJ Insd Fund IV Inc ..$.068                     Oct.   28   Oct.   22
in on other exchanges may have different “ex-dividend” dates                                * Muniholdings NY Insd Fund IV Inc ..$.067                     Oct.   28   Oct.   22
on such out-of-town exchanges since “ex-dividend” dates may                                 * MuniHoldings PA Insd Fund (CSBI) $.064743                    Oct.   28   Oct.   22
vary in relationship to the delivery plan under which an exchange                           * MuniInsured Fund, Inc ....................$.037744           Oct.   28   Oct.   22
operates, and its proximity to the transfer office.                                         * MuniVest Fund, Inc ..........................$.0483          Oct.   28   Oct.   22
                                                                                            * MuniYield Arizona Fund, Inc ..........$.06028                Oct.   28   Oct.   22
                  NORMAL EX-DIVIDEND DATES FOR
                     RECORD DATES SPECIFIED                                                 * Nextel STRYPES Trust
                                                                                                (“STRYPES”) ..............................$.25375          Nov. 15 Nov. 1
  Record       Ex-Date          Record       Ex-Date          Record       Ex-Date          * Nordic American Tanker
                                                                                                Shipping Limited ......................$.36                Nov. 12 Oct. 27
 Oct.    14    Oct.   12       Oct.    20    Oct.   18        Oct.   26    Oct.    22
 Oct.    15    Oct.   13       Oct.    21    Oct.   19        Oct.   27    Oct.    25       * Pacific Gateway Properties, Inc.......$.15                   Dec. 30 Dec. 10
 Oct.    16    Oct.   13       Oct.    22    Oct.   20        Oct.   28    Oct.    26         Pacificorp (5% Pfd) ..........................$1.25          Nov. 15 Oct. 20
 Oct.    17    Oct.   13       Oct.    23    Oct.   20        Oct.   29    Oct.    27       * Peak TrENDS Trust (“TrENDS”) ......$.354                     Nov. 16 Nov. 1
 Oct.    18    Oct.   14       Oct.    24    Oct.   20        Oct.   30    Oct.    27         Presidential Realty Corporation
 Oct.    19    Oct.   15       Oct.    25    Oct.   21        Oct.   31    Oct.    27           (Cl A Com) ....................................$.16        Dec. 30 Dec. 10
                                                                                              Presidential Realty Corporation
                                                                                                (Cl B Com) ....................................$.16        Dec. 30 Dec. 10
                                                                                              Putnam CA Investment Grade
                                                                                                Muni Trust (CSBI) ........................$.0725           Nov. 1 Oct. 20
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                                                              Record                 Where no symbol appears, proxy material has not yet been
Name of Company                                Amount Payable Date                   received.

 Putnam Investment Grade Muni                                                        Name of Company                                       Record         Meeting
   Trust III (CSBI) ..............................$.0615     Nov. 1 Oct. 20          * American Technical
 Putnam NY Investment Grade                                                              Ceramics Corp. ......................         Oct. 12        A Nov. 19
   Muni Trust (CSBI) ........................$.0675          Nov. 1 Oct. 20            AmTec, Inc............................. X-3-4-5 Jul. 27        A Oct. 20
                                                                                       Assisted Living Concepts, Inc...                Oct. 8         A Nov. 16
 Scandinavia Co Inc ..........................Note: (5)      Oct.   22   Oct.   11
 SIFCO Industries, Inc........................$.05           Nov.   11   Oct.   28     B+H Ocean Carriers Ltd.............           V Sep. 20        A Oct. 20
 Smith Barney Interm Muni Fd Inc ..$.044                     Oct.   29   Oct.   26     Balanced Care Corporation ......                Oct. 5         A Nov. 4
 Smith Barney Interm Muni Fd Inc ..$.044                     Nov.   26   Nov.   22     Baldwin Technology
 Smith Barney Municipal Fund Inc ..$.063                     Oct.   29   Oct.   26       Company, Inc. ........................        Sep. 30        A   Nov. 16
 Smith Barney Municipal Fund Inc ..$.063                     Nov.   26   Nov.   22     Bethlehem Corporation (The) ..                  Oct. 7         A   _______
 Southern California Edison Co                                                         Bolt Technology Corporation ..                  Oct. 15        A   Nov. 23
   (4.08% Pfd) ....................................$.255     Nov. 30 Nov. 5            British American Tobacco ........             X Sep. 21        A   Oct. 15
 Southern California Edison Co
   (4.24% Pfd) ....................................$.265     Nov. 30 Nov. 5            Camden National Corporation                         Oct.   4   S Nov. 16
 Southern California Edison Co                                                         Canyon Resources Corporation                        Oct.   8   S Nov. 15
   (4.78% Pfd) ....................................$.29875   Nov. 30 Nov. 5            Commodore Applied
 Southern California Edison Co                                                           Technolgies, Inc. ....................            Oct. 21    A Dec. 13
   (4.32% Pfd) ....................................$.27      Dec. 31 Dec.       3
                                                                                     * Ecology and Environment, Inc.                       Dec.   6   A Jan. 13
* Tab Products Co. ..............................$.05        Dec. 15 Nov. 24
  Toledo Edison Co (8.32% Pfd) ........$2.08                 Dec. 1 Nov. 15            First American Health
  Toledo Edison Co (4-1/4% Pfd) ........$1.0625              Dec. 1 Nov. 15               Concepts, Inc..........................          Oct.   4   A Dec. 10
  Toledo Edison Co (7.76% Pfd) ........$1.94                 Dec. 1 Nov. 15
  Toledo Edison Co (10% Pfd) ............$2.50               Dec. 1 Nov. 15            Global Small Cap Fund Inc. ......                   Nov.   4   S Dec. 30
                                                                                       Greenwich Street California
 United Mobile Homes, Inc ..............$.1875               Dec. 15 Nov. 15             Municipal Fund Inc. ..............                Oct. 27    A Dec. 15
 UNITIL Corporation ..........................$.345          Nov. 15 Nov. 1
                                                                                       Halter Marine Group, Inc. ........                  Sep. 23    S _______
 Wesco Financial Corporation ..........$.295                 Dec.   8 Nov. 3           Holly Corporation ......................            Oct. 27    A Dec. 9
                                                                                       Home Security
 * – Additions to previous Bulletins.                                                    International, Inc. ..................            Oct. 11    A Dec.   2
TBA – To Be Announced.
(1) 6-5 Stock; Ex-distribution November 19, 1999, due bills                            Intermagnetics General
    redeemable November 23, 1999.                                                         Corporation ............................         Sep. 17    A Nov. 9
(2) 1-10 Reverse Split. Pending Shareholder Vote.                                    * IOMED, Inc. ................................X-2     Oct. 1     A Nov. 19
(3) 1 share of Prize Energy Inc. for each 5.1 shares held. Original                    Jaclyn, Inc...................................      Oct. 20    A Nov. 30
    record and payable dates postponed by Company pending
    regulatory approval.                                                               Kentucky First Bancorp, Inc. ....                   Sep. 7     A Oct. 27
(5) 2-1 Stock; Ex-distribution October 25, 1999, due bills                             KRUG International Corp. ........                   Oct. 14    A Nov. 19
    redeemable October 27, 1999.
                                                                                     * LaBarge Inc.................................X-3     Sep. 20    A Nov. 17

                                                                                     * Movie Star, Inc. ..........................         Oct. 18    A Nov. 18
Meetings of Stockholders                                                               MuniHoldings Pennsylvania
Members should, insofar as possible without additional expense,                         Insured Fund ..........................            Oct. 20    A Dec. 15
transfer certificates of stock held in persons or firms over whom                      MuniInsured Fund, Inc. ............                 Oct. 20    A Dec. 15
they have no control into their own names, or those of persons
over whom they have control, before the record date for deter-                         Northeast Bancorp ....................            V Sep. 23    A Nov.    9
mining stockholders entitled to vote.                                                  nStor Technologies....................              Sep. 7     A Nov.    1
   As a guide to Member Organizations in giving proxies pur-                           Nuveen Georgia Premium
suant to Rule 577 to vote stock held for the account of customers                        Income Municipal Fund ........                    Sep. 22    A Nov. 17
the following symbols are used in the list of meetings below:                          Nuveen Missouri Premium
   V Preceding Record Date indicates Members MAY vote the                                Income Municipal Fund ........                    Sep. 22    A Nov. 17
entire proxy under the “Ten Day Rule.”
   X together with numbers or letters indicates that Members                           Orleans Homebuilders, Inc. ......                   Oct. 22    A Dec.    2
MAY NOT vote the designated matters without specific instruc-
tions from owners. Numbers or letters shown are those used in                          PetroCorp Incorporated ............ X-1 Sep. 27                A Oct. 28
the PROXY FORM.
   X with no other designation indicates that Members MAY NOT                          Riviera Tool Company ..............                 Oct. 19    A Dec. 15
vote the entire proxy.                                                                 Rottlund Company, Inc. (The) ..                     Jul. 16    A _______
   NP indicates that proxies are not being solicited. The following
abbreviations are used for items not numbered or lettered in                           Scandinavia
the proxy form:                                                                          Company, Inc. (The) ........ X-2-3-4 Oct. 1                  A Oct. 25
   SP–Stockholder Proposal(s) BY–By-Law Amendment                                      Scope Industries ........................    Sep. 1            A Oct. 26
   OP–Option Plan                  CH–Charter Amendment                                Security of Pennsylvania
   STP–Stock Purchase Plan         MP–Merger Proposal                                    Financial Corp. ...................... X-2 Aug. 31           A Oct. 25
   CP–Compensation Plan
12                                                                           The American Stock Exchange Weekly Bulletin October 15, 1999



Name of Company                                    Record          Meeting     Name of Company                                Record       Meeting

 SIFCO Industries, Inc. ................           Dec.   3    A Jan. 25       * VDC Communications, Inc. ......              Nov.   8   A Dec. 10
 Southern Banc Company,                                                        * Voyageur Arizona Municipal
   Inc. (The) ................................     Sep. 24     A Nov. 17           Income Fund ..........................   V Sep. 16    A Nov.   1
 Starwood Financial Trust ..........               Sep. 17     S _______       * Voyageur Colorado Insured
 Sterling Capital Corporation ....               V Sep. 29     A Oct. 27           Municipal Income Fund ........           V Sep. 16    A Nov.   1
                                                                               * Voyageur Florida Insured
 Teletouch Communications, Inc.                  V Sep.   13   A   Oct. 26         Municipal Income Fund ........           V Sep. 16    A Nov.   1
 Thermo Power Corporation......                    Sep.   27   S   Oct. 28     * Voyageur Minnesota
 ThermoSpectra Corporation ....                    Sep.   27   S   _______         Income Fund I ........................   V Sep. 16    A Nov.   1
 Thousand Trails, Inc. ................          V Oct.    1   A   Nov. 18     * Voyageur Minnesota
 Top Air Manufacturing, Inc. ......                Sep.   10   A   Nov. 3          Income Fund II ......................    V Sep. 16    A Nov.   1
 Trinitech Systems, Inc. ..............          V Sep.   14   S   Oct. 21     * Voyageur Minnesota
                                                                                   Income Fund III ......................   V Sep. 16    A Nov.   1
 Unilab Corporation....................            Oct.   4    S _______
                                                                                 Western Star Trucks
                                                                                  Holdings Ltd...........................     Oct.   4   A _______

                                                                               ________________
                                                                                 *   Additions to or change from previous Bulletins.
                                                                                S    Special Meeting.
                                                                                A    Annual Meeting.
                                                                               Adj   Adjourned Meeting.
                                                                                 †   In Lieu of Annual Meeting.




                                                                               Geraldine M. Brindisi
                                                                               Secretary

				
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