ted by Offset Books of Five Banks Are Subpoenaed WASHINGTON ;AP) - An in- rstate Commerce Commission :a-niner subpoenad top offi- als of five banks and broker•e houses today to supply vot- £ and o-vnership records of dden stockholders in a group •western railroads. It wa.s the first time that a m mission official hal gone so : to clear up the question of o actually owns some of the :ion's largest railroads. Examiner Nathan Xlitenic is- 3d the subpoena,; in the case the Chicago, Rock Island & ^ific RaUroarl which several. dwestern lines are seeking to itrol or—in some cases, dis- mber. <litenlc shocked some of se present at ICC hearings the case when he ordered jplied to *he commission the nTs and addresses of the real ler of - 100 or more shares of ck in the Union Pacific, them Pacific, Santa Fe., .cago &. North Western and Denver & Rio Grande Wes- i railroads. 7 e issued subpoenas to Fran- J. Lyons, partner in Hold & . Washington; Arnold Me- lough, partner in Cudd & , New York City; T. C. Lew- partner in Sigler & Co., New k City; J. Eugene Banks, ;ner, Brown Brothers Hami & Co., New York City, and \es E. Thompson, president, •rill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & th, New York. 3ld, Sigler and Cudd are .inee nam.fo-or actually itom companies—used by :s for convenience in admm- -ing securities held in trust <ther capacities for other in- luals or organizations :s traditionally have re<i to make public the names \e actual, owners of these se- ties, although in many cases foldings listed to these comes are vast. )ld is a name used by Riggs onal Bank. Cudd is used by r,e Manhattan Bank and Sigis a name used by Manufac- rs' Trust Co. BOMBERS IN From (Page 1) North Vietnam before Johnson on April 1 ordered them to slay south •yf. tho 20th parallel of latitude. Ten days la'er the President, in a .n<?"e never publicly announced, put the northern limit for bombings raids at the 19th parallel, 170 miles north tf the demilitarized zone. The curtail- mont w.vs aimed at Inducing the North Vietnamese to open pea^e negotiations. Tlva doepast rported penetration Thursday was a raid by Navy A4 Skyhawks from the carrier Enterprise on a ratlroal bridge one mile below the 19th parallel and 1G9 miles north of the demilitarized zone. Somo U.S. sources say thai: despite Johnson's curtailment order allowing tha North Vietnamese to move WAV supplies with impunity down to the 19th parallel, a distance of 140 miles from Hanoi, there lias been very little change in enemy truck traffic in the southern panhandle. The U.S. Command said a limited damage assessment showed tha raiders Thursday destroyed or damaged 14 bridges, 13 trucks and 16 boats, barges or sampans; cut bridges and roacls in many places, and touched off several secondary explosions and fires, indicating the planes hit fuel or ammunition dumps. The pilots reported antiaircraft fire was light to moderate. Testifies Man Could Have Shot Himself WALNUT RIDGE, Ark. (AP) — Dr. Anderson Nettleship of Fayetteville, a forensic pathologist, testified Thursday that Millard M. Clark, 51, of Walnut Ridge, was not lying on a pillow in Ids bed when he was shot on March 18, 1907. Nettleship was called to the stand by Fred M. Pickens of Newport, attorney for Mrs. Myrtle Clark, 47, of Walnut Ridge. Mrs. Clark is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the deaHi of her husband. Prosecutor David Hodges of Newport said in Ms opening statement Monday that Clark was lying on a pillow in his bed when shot in the back of the head. "In your opinion, he (Clark) could not have been lying on that pillow when the shot was fired," Pickens asked Nettleship. "No, sir, he was not," the witness answered. Nettleship also said he felt that Clark could have fallen and shot himself in the back of the head. Nettleship said "there are a great many wiys" a person could shoot himself in that manner. Mrs. Clark's daughter, Mrs. Betty Dickey, testified that her fattier did not turn on the Friday, April 19,1968 light when he got up at night. She said he stumbled and fell many times. 3 Charged at El Dorado With Arson EL DORADO, Ark. (AP) Police Capt. Monroe Taylor said Thursday that three El Dorado Negro youths had been charged with arson and violation of Act 21 of 1967, the molotov cocktail act. The youths were identified a? James F. Gray, 19, Lawade Newton, 17, and David L. Curley. They were arrested Tuesday night. The three are accused of three firembombings in El Dorado on march G ai*j April 8. Policeman Is Drowned HELENA, Ark. (AP) - Harold Nichols, 26, a city policeman, drowned Wednesday afternoon when his fishing boat capsized in Storm Creek Lake pbout seven miles north of here. A fishing companion, Buddy Corbitt, said the two had experienced motor trouble and Nichols stood up in the boat, causing it to capsize. Both men were thrown into the water, but Corbitt managed to grab another boat tied nearby. concludes Sunday aiVtles between factionsfor against former Gov. Orval DUS have been prevalent e 1958 but they are not ex- ed this year. tyetteville Oayor Don Trum- nd Frank Miller of weldon, tudent at State College of insas, have announced for •ident. -umbo ran unsuccessmliy president in 1963 while rep- -nting an anti-Faubus fac- . He was beaten by John *raing, then an aide to Fau- iller says he doesn't expact .onalisrn to figure in this •'s election but says he does ct Republican Gov. Win- p Rockefeller to support a .idate .in an attempt to gain rol of the YDC. lller said lack of appeal to U hurt the Democratic par- i 1966. BANKAMERICAHD. f BAN ENJOY "RAINY DAY COVERAGE at . NATIONAL BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. THE BANK MORE PEOPLE LIKE YOUR PLYMOUTH DEALERS Why do they call Plymouth dealers the Unbeatables? Great deals on Plymouths—the success cars of 1968. Get a load of this ... Right now you can drive away any of 11 specially-equipped Fury, Satellite, Barracuda and Valiant models—all at great Unbeatables prices. Like to know more? See your Plymouth dealer. Get an Unbeatables deal on an Unbeatables Plymouth . . . today! AUTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION Motors • 901 E. Third St.
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