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ABRAHAM RIBICOFF. CONN., CHAIRMAN

SUBCOMMITTEE: JOHN L. MC CLELLAN, ARK. CHARLES H, PERCY, ILL.

LEE METCALF, MONT, CHAIRMAN HENRY M. JACKSON, WASH JACOB K. JAYITS, N.Y.

HENRY M. JACKSON, WASM. JOHN C. DANFORTH, MO. EDMUND S, MUSKIE, MAINE WILLIAM V. ROTH, JR., DEL.

SAM NUNN, GA.

CHARLES H. PERCY, ILL. LEE METCALF, MONT.

TED STEVENS, ALASKA
THOMAS F. EAGLETON, MO. CHARLES MC C. MATHIAS, JR., MD.

VIC REINEMER, STAFF DIRECTOR
LAWTON CHILES, FLA.
JOHN C. DANFORTH, MO.

E. WINSLOW TURNER, CHIEF COUNSEL SAM NUNN, GA, H. JOHN NEINZ MI, PA.

101 RUSSELL BUILDING JOHN GLENN, OHIO

(202) 224-1474 JIM SASSER, TENN.

RICHARD A. WEGMAN
CHIEF COUNSEL AND STAFF DIRECTOR

COMMITTEE ON
GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS
SUBCOMMITTEE ON REPORTS,

ACCOUNTING, AND MANAGEMENT
(PURSUANT TO S. RES. A AND S. RES. 76, SOTH CONGRESS)

WASHINGTON, D.C. 20510

United States Senate

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('.irago Milwaukee Corp---
Chicago, Rock Islald. & Pacific Railroad Co--
Chrysler Corp---
Citicorp
Coxa-Cola Co---
Columbia Gas System Ine-
Commonwealth Edison Co..
Connecticut General Insurance Corp..
Consolidated Edison (o. of New York Inc.-
Consolidaterl Freightways Inc.
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sters Power Co---
('olivental Corp--
Continental Illinois Corp-
(Continental Oil Co----
(roker National Corp-
Delta Air Lines Inc
Detroit Edison Co.
Dreyfus (Corp---
Duke Power Co.--.
Du Pont de Vemours & ('0., E. I.
Eastem Air Lines Inc.-
Eastman Kodak Co---
Exxon Corp----
Federated Department Stores Inc..
First Bank System Inc..
First Charter Financial Corp-
First Chicago Corp---
First National Boston Corp..
Florida Power & Light Co..
Ford Motor (o___
General Electric (o.
General Motors ('orp-
General Public ('tilities Corp-
General Telephone & Electronics_
Goodyear Tire & Rubber ('_----
Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea ('o. Inc.
Great Western Financial Corp-
Gulf Oil ('orp-
IC Industries Inc..
International Business Machines_
International Harvester (o---
Investors Diversified Services Inc.-
International Telephone and Telegraph
Keystone ('ustodian Funds Inc.---
K Mart ('orp. (Kresge ('o., S. S.)
Kroger (o
Lockheed Aircraft ('orp--
Loews Corp---
Manufacturers Hanover (orp-
Marine Midland Banks Ine-
Mellon National Corp---
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc.--
Middle South ('tilities Inc.
Missouri Pacific ('orp-
Mobil ('orp---
Morgan & Co., J. P.
National Detroit Corp--
Norfolk & Western Ry Co-
Northeast I'tilities.
Northwest Airlines Inc.
Northwest Bancorporation.
Occidental Petroleum Corp-
Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
Pan American World Airways Inc.

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Penney Inc., J. C-----
Pepsico Inc---
Philadelphia Electric Co---
Phillips Petroleum Co.---
Procter & Gamble Co.---
Public Service Electric & Gas Co---
RCA Corp----
Reynolds Industries Inc., R. J.
Rio Grande Industries Inc.-
Safeway Stores Inc----
Santa Fe Industries Inc.--
Seaboard Coast Line Industries Inc..
Sears, Roebuck & Co.--
Security Pacific Corp--
Shell Oil Co------
Southern California Edison Co..
Southern Company
Southern Pacific Co---
Southern Railway Co---
Standard Oil Co. of California.
Standard Oil Co. of Indiana_.
Tenneco Inc.---
Texaco Inc---
Texas Utilities Co..
Transamerica Corp--
Travelers Corp---
Trans World Airlines Inc.-
UAL Inc.---.
Union Carbide Corp---
Union Oil Co. of California..
Union Pacific Corp---
United Parcel Service of America Inc.
U.S. Steel Corp----
Virginia Electric & Power Co..
Wells Fargo & Co ---
Western Bancorporation..
Westinghouse Electric Corp-
Woolworth Co., F. W.-
Footnotes regarding preceding corporations.
Thirteen corporations in which a family group has more than 10 percent

voting rights---
Nineteen corporations in which an institutional investor has more than 5

percent voting rights---Twenty-four corporations in which five or fewer investors have more than

10 percent voting rightsMorgan Guaranty's dominant position Table III—Extent of stockvoter interests of 21 major investors in the 122

corporations studied --
Chart II—Number of Corporations in Which 21 Leading Investors Rank

Among Five Top Identified Stockvoters-
Banks' control of other banks' stock.
Table IV—Banks' voting rights in other banks---
Table V–182 identified investors among five top stockvoters in one or
more of the 122 corporations :

Ahmanson Family Interests_
Aetna Life & Casualty Co.
American Financial Corp--
American General Insurance Co__
American National Financial Corp.--
American Security Trust Co. (D.C.)
Anderson, Harry B.
BankAmerica Corp.-
Bandy, Bur] Jackson_

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