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85-8 NASDAQ National Market System Grows to 1,378 Securities With 100 Voluntary Additions on February 5, 1985 and Four Mandatory Inclusions on February 12, 1985

TO: All NASD Members and Level 2 and Level 3 Subscribers

On Tuesday, February 5, 1985, 100 issues are scheduled to join the NASDAQ National Market System bringing the total number of issues in NASDAQ/NMS to 1,374. These 100 issues, which will begin trading under real-time trade reporting, are entering the NASDAQ/NMS pursuant to the Securities and Exchange Commission's criteria for voluntary designation.

The 100 issues scheduled to join NASDAQ/NMS on Tuesday, February 5, 1985, are:

Symbol

Company Name

Location

AECE

AEC, Inc.

Elk Grove Village, IL

ATEL

Advanced Telecommunications Corporation

Houston, TX

AORGB

Allen Organ Company Class B

Macungie, PA

AFUR

American Furniture Company, Incorporated

Martinsville, VA

AIFC

American Indemnity Financial Corporation

Galveston, TX

AMLT

Armel, Inc.

Fort Lauderdale, FL

AROW

Arrow Bank Corp.

Glens Falls, NY

ATRO

Astronics Corporation

Orchard Park, NY

AGLT

Atlanta Gas Light Company

Atlanta, GA

BTEK

Baltek Corporation

North vale, NJ

BDEP

Banco De Ponce

San Juan, PR

GRAN

Bank of Granite

Granite Falls, NC

BKSO

Bank South Corporation

Atlanta, GA

BGAS

Berkshire Gas Company (The)

Pittsfield, MA

BLAS

Blasius Industries, Inc.

Lyndhurst, NJ

BUTC

John O. Butler Company

Chicago, IL

CNRD

Canrad-Hanovia, Inc.

Newark, NJ

CENT

Centuri, Inc.

Hialeah, FL

CHZC

Charvoz-Carsen Corporation

Fairfield, NJ

CMFB

Chemical Fabrics Corporation

North Bennington, V

CITS

Citizens and Southern Corporation (The)

Columbia, SC

CITGS

Citizens Growth Properties

Jackson, MS

CNET

Computer Network Corporation

Washington, D.C.

CTWS

Connecticut Water Service, Inc.

Clinton, CT

CONF

Continental Federal Savings and Loan Association

Oklahoma City, OK

COUS

Cousins Properties Incorporated

Atlanta, GA

CYPSA

Cypress Savings Association Class A

Plantation, FL

CYPSW

Cypress Savings Association Warrants

Plantation, FL

DGAS

Delta Natural Gas Company, Inc.

Winchester, KY

DRWN

Drew National Corporation

White Plains, NY

EMFC

EMF Corporation

Redmond, WA

EASTS

Eastover Corporation

Jackson, MS

EDSE

Edison Sault Electric Company

Sault Ste. Marie, MI

EWAT

Elizabethtown Water Company

Elizabeth, NJ

ERIE

Erie Lackawanna Inc.

Cleveland, OH

FEBC

First Eastern Corp.

Wilkes-Barre, PA

FTIL

First Illinois Corporation

Evanston, IL

FIBK

First Interstate Bank of Alaska

Anchorage, AK

FMWC

First Midwest Corporation

Minneapolis, MN

GCER

General Ceramics Inc.

Haskell, NJ

GPHY

General Physics Corporation

Columbia, MD

GBFH

Georgia Bonded Fibers, Inc.

Newark, NJ

GDFY

Godfrey Company

Waukesha, WI

GRCO

Gradco Systems, Inc.

Santa Ana, CA

GRCM

Gray and Company Public Communications International, Inc.

Washington, D.C.

GRIF

Griffin Technology Incorporated

Victor, NY

INBC

Independence Bancorp, Inc.

Perkasie, PA

ISLA

Investors Savings and Loan Association

Richmond, VA

JHSN

Johnson Electronics, Inc.

Casselberry, FL

KTII

K-Tron International, Inc.

Scottsdale, AZ

LOND

London House, Inc.

Park Ridge, IL

MANH

Manufactured Homes, Inc.

Winston-Salem, NC

MKIV

Mark IV Industries, Inc.

Williamsville, NY

MAYS

J. W. Mays, Inc.

Brooklyn, NY.

MGCO

Medicare-Glaser Corporation

St. Louis, MO

MERY

Merry Land & Investment Company, Inc.

Augusta, GA

NSCB

NBSC Corporation

Sumter, SC

NAFC

Nash-Finch Company

St. Louis Park, MN

NCBR

National Community Bank of New Jersey

Rutherford, NJ

NAPE

National Properties Corporation

Des Moines, IA

NOBLF

Nobel Insurance Limited

Hamilton, Bermuda

NVCO

Nodaway Valley Co.

Clarinda, IA

NOLD

Noland Company

Newport News, VA

NWTL

Northwest Teleproductions, Inc.

Minneapolis, MN

NWES

Norwesco, Inc.

Minneapolis, MN

PGAM

Pacific Gamble Robinson Co.

Kirkland, WA

PKWY

Parkway Company (The)

Jackson, MS

PRLX

Parlex Corporation

Methuen, MA

PVIR

Penn Virginia Corporation

Philadelphia, PA

PHOC

Photo Control Corporation

Minneapolis, MN

PVDC

Princeville Development Corporation

Denver, CO

PRGR

ProGroup, Inc.

Chattanooga, TN

PROT

Protective Corporation

Birmingham, AL

PSNC

Public Service Company of North Carolina, Incorporated

Gastonia, NC

RKWD

Rockwood Holding Company

Somerset, PA

RPCH

Rospatch Corporation

Grand Rapids, MI

ROWE

Rowe Furniture Corporation

Salem, VA

SANT

Santa Monica Bank

Santa Monica, CA

SINC

Seal Incorporated

Naugatuck, CT

SAFE

Security American Financial Enterprises, Inc.

Minneapolis, MN

SNSTA

Sonesta International Hotels Corporation Class A

Boston, MA

SALI

Suburban Airlines, Inc.

Reading, PA

SFSI

Sunwest Financial Services, Inc.

Albuquerque, NM

TLSC

TLS, Co.

Cedar Rapids, IA

TSRI

TSR, Inc.

Hauppauge, NY

TCCO

Technical Communications Corporation

Concord, MA

TEQT

Technical Equities Corporation

San Jose, CA

TLMT

Telemation Inc.

Salt Lake City, UT

TRIN

Trans-Industries, Inc.

Waterford, MI

BNKS

United New Mexico Financial Corporation

Albuquerque, NM

VALN

Vallen Corporation

Houston, TX

VALF

Valley Forge Corporation

Bridgeton, MO

VICT

Victoria Bankshares, Inc.

Victoria, TX

WEDGS

Wedgestone Realty Investors Trust

Newton, MA

WEIS

Weisfield's, Inc.

Seattle, WA

WSTS

Western States Life Insurance Company

Fargo, ND

WWWM

W. W. Williams Company

Columbus, OH

WMSI

Williams Industries, Incorporated

Falls Church, VA

WLTN

Wilton Enterprises, Inc.

Woodridge, IL

YFED

York Federal Savings and Loan Association

York, PA

Additionally, the following four securities will enter the NASDAQ/NMS under the mandatory Tier 1 criteria on February 12, 1985:

Symbol

Company Name

Location

CRZY

Crazy Eddie, Inc.

Brooklyn, NY

DLIT

D'Lites of America, Inc.

Norcross, GA

FAHS

Farm and Home Savings Association

Nevada, MO

PASB

Perpetual American Bank, F.S.B.

Alexandria, VA

The following changes to the list of NASDAQ/NMS securities occurred since January 8, 1985.

NASDAQ/NMS Deletions

Symbol

Security Name

Date

COAT

Burlington Coat Factory Warehouse Corporation

01/09/85

ENDLW

Endo-Lase, Inc. Warrants

01/17/85

Any questions regarding this notice should be directed to Donald Bosic, Assistant Director, NASDAQ Operations, at (202) 728-8043. Questions pertaining to trade reporting rules should be directed to Steve Hickman, Market Surveillance, at (202) 728-8202.

Sincerely,

Gordon S. Macklin
President

National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc.
1735 K Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20006
(202) 728-8000

January 23, 1985

IMPORTANT

TO: Selected NASD Members (Designated to the Association For Financial Responsibility)

RE: Monthly Filing of FOCUS Reports - FOCUS I

In accordance with the NASD's plan approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for the implementation of the FOCUS reporting system under SEC Rule 17a-5, all firms designated to the NASD for financial responsibility by the SEC under Rule 17d-l must file FOCUS Part I reports every month. The NASD requires this report to be completed by every broker-dealer conducting a general securities, options or municipal securities business, including members maintaining a fully-disclosed clearing agreement with another member. SEC Rule 17a-5 requires that these reports must be received in your local NASD District Office no later than the tenth business day after month-end.

It has become increasingly important for members to adhere to the FOCUS Part I filing requirement in order to provide the Association with timely information to assist in the early detection of potential or existing financial and operational problems. Because this report is an integral part of the Association's early warning system for detecting unfavorable financial trends, the NASD's National Business Conduct Committee (NBCC) is concerned with members that do not meet their obligations to promptly file FOCUS Part I. Therefore, the NBCC has recommended that members which fail to file FOCUS Part I with the local NASD District Office so as to be received by the tenth business day following month-end be subject to disciplinary action and appropriate sanctions by the District Business Conduct Committees.

In a related area, as a further enhancement to the financial monitoring of the Association's membership, the NASD on May 7, 1984, advised all of its members not designated to another self-regulatory organization to forward a copy of the quarterly FOCUS Reports II or IIA to the local NASD District Office at the same time the original report is filed with the Executive Office in Washington.

Questions regarding the filing of FOCUS Reports should be directed to your local District Office.

Sincerely,

John E. Pinto, Jr
Senior Vice President
Compliance


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