BLACK WARRIOR WIRELINE CORP
SC 13D, 1996-11-20
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                                UNITED STATES
                      SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
                            Washington, D.C. 20549

                                 SCHEDULE 13D

                 Under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
                            (Amendment No.          )*
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                         BLACK WARRIOR WIRELINE CORP.
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                                (Name of Issuer)

                                 COMMON STOCK
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                          (Title of Class of Securities)

                                 092260 50 4
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                                 (CUSIP Number)

                                                   405 SIXTH AVENUE
      THOMAS M. SWARTWOOD, DICKINSON HOLDING CORP. DES MOINES, IA  50306
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           (Name, Address and Telephone Number of Person Authorized
                     to Receive Notices and Communications)

                               NOVEMBER 6, 1996
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            (Date of Event which Requires Filing of this Statement)

   If the  filing  person has  previously filed a  statement on Schedule 13G to
report the  acquisition  which  is the  subject  of this  Schedule 13D,  and is
filing this  schedule  because of Rule 13d-1(b)(3) or (4),  check the following
box / /.

   Check the following box if a fee is being paid with this statement  / /.  (A
fee is not required only if the reporting person:  (1) has a previous statement
on file  reporting  beneficial ownership of more than five percent of the class
of securities  described in Item 1;  and  (2) has filed no amendment subsequent
thereto  reporting  beneficial ownership of five percent or less of such class.
(See Rule 13d-7.)

   NOTE:  Six copies of this statement, including all exhibits, should be filed
with the Commission.  See Rule 13d-1(a) for other parties to whom copies are to
be sent.

   *The remainder of  this cover  page  shall  be  filled  out  for a reporting
person's  initial  filing on this  form with  respect to the  subject  class of
securities,  and for any  subsequent  amendment  containing  information  which
would alter disclosures provided in a prior cover page.

   The information  required on the  remainder of this  cover page shall not be
deemed to be "filed"  for the purpose of  Section 18 of the Securities Exchange
Act of 1934  ("Act") or otherwise subject to the liabilities of that section of
the Act but shall be subject to all other  provisions of the Act  (however, see
the Notes).


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CUSIP No. 092260 50 4          SCHEDULE 13D              Page  2 of     Pages
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 (1) NAMES OF REPORTING PERSONS.  S.S. OR I.R.S. IDENTIFICATION NOS. OF ABOVE
     PERSONS

     DICKINSON HOLDING CORP.
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 (2) CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX IF A MEMBER     (a)  / /
     OF A GROUP*                               (b)  /xx/
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 (3) SEC USE ONLY

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 (4) SOURCE OF FUNDS*
     WORKING CAPITAL
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 (5) CHECK IF DISCLOSURE OF LEGAL PROCEEDINGS IS REQUIRED PURSUANT TO
     ITEMS 2(d) OR 2(e)
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 (6) CITIZENSHIP OR PLACE OF ORGANIZATION
     UNITED STATES
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NUMBER OF SHARES              (7) SOLE VOTING
 BENEFICIALLY OWNED                 POWER
 BY EACH REPORTING                112,500
 PERSON WITH                 --------------------------------------------------
                              (8) SHARED VOTING
                                    POWER
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                              (9) SOLE DISPOSITIVE POWER
                                  112,500
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                             (10) SHARED DISPOSITIVE
                                    POWER
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(11) AGGREGATE AMOUNT BENEFICIALLY OWNED BY EACH REPORTING PERSON
     112,500
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(12) CHECK IF THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT IN ROW (11) EXCLUDES CERTAIN SHARES*

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(13) PERCENT OF CLASS REPRESENTED BY AMOUNT IN ROW (11)
     5.2
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(14) TYPE OF REPORTING PERSON*
     HC
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                    *SEE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE FILLING OUT!
        INCLUDE BOTH SIDES OF THE COVER PAGE, RESPONSES TO ITEMS 1-7 
     (INCLUDING EXHIBITS) OF THE SCHEDULE, AND THE SIGNATURE ATTESTATION.


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ITEM 1.        SECURITY AND ISSUER

This statement relates to the shares of Common Stock (the "Common Stock") of
Black Warrior Wireline Corp. (the "Issuer").  The Issuer's principal executive
offices are located at 3748 Highway 45 North, Columbus, Mississippi 39701.

ITEM 2.        IDENTITY AND BACKGROUND

This statement is being filed by Dickinson Holding Corp. (the "Purchaser").  
Purchaser 

The Purchaser owns 100% of Dickinson & Co., a registered broker dealer and
investment banking firm ("Dickinson").  The principal  business address of the
Purchaser and Dickinson is, 405 Sixth Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa 50306.

During the last five years, the Purchaser has not been convicted in a criminal
proceeding (excluding traffic violations or similar misdemeanors) nor has it
been a party to a civil proceeding of a judicial or administrative body of
competent jurisdiction and as a result of such proceeding was or is subject to a
judgment, decree, or final order enjoining future violations of, or prohibiting
or mandating activities subject to, federal or state securities laws or finding
any violation with respect to such laws except as listed in Exhibit 1.

T. Marshall Swartwood, Chairman of the Board of the Purchaser, resides in
Westtown, New York 10998 and owns 100% of Swartwood & Co., a registered broker
dealer.

During the last five years, Mr. Swartwood has not been convicted in a criminal
proceeding (excluding traffic violations or similar misdemeanors) nor has he
been a party to a civil proceeding of a judicial or administrative body of
competent jurisdiction and as a result of such proceeding was or is subject to a
judgment, decree, or final order enjoining future violations of, or prohibiting
or mandating activities subject to, federal or state securities laws or finding
any violation with respect to such laws.

Mr. Swartwood is a resident citizen of the United States.

Thomas M. Swartwood, President of the Purchaser resides at 153  37th Street, Des
Moines, Iowa 50312.

During the last five years, Mr. Swartwood has not been convicted in a criminal
proceeding (excluding traffic violations or similar misdemeanors) nor has he
been a party to a civil proceeding of a judicial or administrative body of
competent jurisdiction and as a result of such proceeding was or is subject to a
judgment, decree, or final order enjoining future violations of, or prohibiting
or mandating activities subject to, federal or state securities laws or finding
any violation with respect to such laws.

Mr. Swartwood is a resident citizen of the United States.


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Glenn S. Cushman, Senior Vice President and Director of the Purchaser resides at
2 W. North Lane, Phoenix, Arizona  85021.

During the last five years, Mr. Cushman has not been convicted in a criminal
proceeding (excluding traffic violations or similar misdemeanors) nor has he
been a party to a civil proceeding of a judicial or administrative body of
competent jurisdiction and as a result of such proceeding was or is subject to a
judgment, decree, or final order enjoining future violations of, or prohibiting
or mandating activities subject to, federal or state securities laws or finding
any violation with respect to such laws.

Mr. Cushman is a resident citizen of the United States.

ITEM 3.        SOURCE AND AMOUNT OF FUNDS OR OTHER CONSIDERATION

Purchaser acquired the shares for cash from working capital.

ITEM 4.        PURPOSE OF TRANSACTION

The Purchaser acquired the beneficial ownership of the shares of Common Stock
described herein for investment purposes.  The Purchaser may from time to time, 
depending on general economic conditions, market prices for shares of Common
Stock and other factors, purchase additional shares of Common stock through
open-market purchases, privately negotiated transactions or otherwise and may
dispose of shares of Common Stock as stated above or otherwise.

ITEM 5.        INTEREST IN SECURITIES OF THE ISSUER

(a)  As of November 6, 1996, the Purchaser directly owned 112,500 shares.

As of November 6, 1996, Mr. T. Marshall Swartwood beneficially owned  50,000
shares including 50,000 held by Swartwood & Co.  The 50,000 shares held by
Swartwood & Co. were purchased for cash.  This beneficial ownership represents
approximately 2.3% of the issued and outstanding shares of Common Stock.  Such
percentage is based on information obtained from the Issuer that as of November
12, 1996 there were 2,144,677 shares of Common Stock issued and outstanding.

As of November 6, 1996, Mr. Thomas M. Swartwood directly owned 10,000 shares
which he purchased for cash. This beneficial ownership represents approximately
 .044% of the issued and outstanding shares of Common Stock.  Such percentage is
based on information  obtained from the Issuer that as of November 12, 1996
there were 2,144,677 shares of Common Stock issued and outstanding.

As of November 6, 1996, Mr. Glenn S. Cushman directly owned 10,000 shares which
he purchased for cash.  This beneficial ownership represents approximately .044%
of the issued and outstanding shares of Common Stock.  Such percentage is based
on 


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information obtained from the Issuer that as of November 12, 1996 there were
2,144,677 shares of Common Stock issued and outstanding.

(b)  The Purchaser has sole power to vote, direct the vote of, dispose and
direct the disposition of its 112,500 shares.

Mr. T. Marshall Swartwood has sole power to vote, direct the vote of, dispose
and direct the disposition of the 50,000 shares beneficially owned by him.

Mr. Thomas M. Swartwood has sole power to vote, direct the vote of, dispose and
direct the disposition of his 10,000 shares.

Mr. Glenn S. Cushman has sole power to vote, direct the vote of, dispose and
direct the disposition of his 10,000.

ITEM 6.        CONTRACTS, ARRANGEMENTS, UNDERSTANDINGS AND RELATIONSHIPS
               WITH RESPECT TO SECURITIES OF THE ISSUER

None.

ITEM 7.        MATERIAL TO BE FILED AS EXHIBITS

Exhibit 1 - Form BD, Disciplinary Actions


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                                  SIGNATURE


After reasonable inquiry and to the best of my knowledge and belief, I certify
that the information set forth in this statement is true, complete and correct.

November 18, 1996                       Dickinson Holding Corp.



                                   By:
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                                         T. Marshall Swartwood
                                         Chairman


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11-10-95-SEC NEWS DIGEST ISSUE NO. 95-194, DATED OCTOBER 6, 1995. ENFORCEMENT 
PROCEEDINGS DISCLOSES, "COMMISSION SANCTIONS DICKINSON & CO. AND JOHN 
LAURIENTI FOR FAILURES TO SUPERVISE": THE COMMISSION ANNOUNCED TODAY THAT 
DICKINSON & CO. (DICKINSON), A BROKER-DEALER BASED IN DES MOINES, IOWA, AND 
THE FORMER BRANCH MANAGER OF ITS BOSTON BRANCH OFFICE. JOHN LAURIENTI 
(LAURIENTI), CONSENTED, WITHOUT ADMITTING OR DENYING, THE MATTERS SET FORTH 
IN THE ORDER, TO A COMMISSION ORDER FINDING THAT THEY FAILED REASONABLY TO 
SUPERVISE A BROKER EMPLOYED IN DICKINSON'S BOSTON BRANCH OFFICE. DICKINSON 
WAS CENSURED AND WAS ORDERED TO PAY A $50,000 CIVIL MONETARY PENALTY AND TO 
MAINTAIN CERTAIN SUPERVISORY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES. LAURIENTI WAS BARRED 
FROM ACTING IN A PROPRIETARY OR SUPERVISORY CAPACITY WITH ANY BROKER, DEALER, 
MUNICIPAL SECURITIES DEALER, INVESTMENT ADVISER OR INVESTMENT COMPANY, WITH A 
RIGHT TO REAPPLY AFTER TWO YEARS, AND WAS ORDERED TO PAY A $10,000 CIVIL 
MONETARY PENALTY. THE COMMISSION FOUND THAT DICKINSON AND LAURIENTI'S 
FAILURES AROUSE FROM VIOLATIONS OF THE ANTIFRAUD PROVISIONS OF THE FEDERAL 
SECURITIES LAWS BY MARK J. HAMEL, A BROKER EMPLOYED IN DICKINSON'S BOSTON 
BRANCH OFFICE. DURING A THREE-MONTH PERIOD IN 1993, HAMEL SOLD MORE THAN 
60,000 SHARES OF FAIRMONT RESOURCES INC., A CANADIAN PENNY STOCK, WITHOUT 
DISCLOSING TO HIS CUSTOMERS THAT HE WAS RECEIVING APPROXIMATELY $234,000 IN 
KICKBACKS FROM THE CONTROLLING SHAREHOLDERS/PROMOTERS OF FAIRMONT. REL. 
34-36338 +7/26/96 SEC DOCKET VOL. 60 NO. 7, DATED OCTOBER 31, 1995, PAGE 1247, 
DISCLOSES: THE SEC ORDER CENSURING RESPONDENT DICKINSON & CO. AND BARRING 
RESPONDENT JOHN LAURIENTI WAS ISSUED ON OCTOBER 5, 1995. REL. 36337

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ON DECEMBER 29, 1994, DISTRICT NO. 4 NOTIFIED DICKINSON & CO. AND JOHN 
MICHAEL HERRMANN THAT THE LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE, WAIVER AND CONSENT NO. 
C04940032 WAS ACCEPTED; THEREFORE, RESPONDENTS MEMBER AND HERRMANN ARE 
CENSURED AND FINED $10,000, JOINTLY AND SEVERALLY: AND, RESPONDENT HERRMANN IS 
SUSPENDED FROM ASSOCIATION WITH ANY NASD MEMBER AS A GENERAL SECURITIES 
PRINCIPAL FOR 30 DAYS - (ARTICLE III, SECTIONS 1 AND 35 OF THE RULES OF FAIR 
PRACTICE - RESPONDENT MEMBER, ACTING THROUGH RESPONDENT HERRMANN, DISTRIBUTED 
TO BROKERS IN ONE OF ITS BRANCH OFFICES CERTAIN SALES SCRIPTS AND/OR 
PERMITTED THE USE THEREOF, IN SALES PRESENTATIONS WHICH FAILED TO PROVIDE A 
SOUND BASIS FOR AN INVESTOR TO MAKE AN INFORMED INVESTMENT DECISION AS 
REQUIRED BY THE NASD'S RULES OF FAIR PRACTICE).

***$10,000.00 FULLY PAID J&S AS OF 09/13/95, INVOICE #95-04-08

ON DECEMBER 29, 1994 DISTRICT NO. 4 NOTIFIED DICKINSON & CO. AND GLENN SCOTT 
CUSHMAN THAT THE LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE, WAIVER AND CONSENT NO. C04940031 WAS 
ACCEPTED; THEREFORE, RESPONDENT MEMBER AND CUSHMAN ARE CENSURED AND FINED 
$80,000, JOINTLY AND SEVERALLY; AND, RESPONDENT CUSHMAN IS SUSPENDED FROM 
ASSOCIATION WITH ANY NASD MEMBER IN A PRINCIPAL CAPACITY FOR 15 DAYS - 
(ARTICLE III, SECTIONS 1 AND 27 OF THE RULES OF FAIR PRACTICE - RESPONDENT 
MEMBER, ACTING THROUGH RESPONDENT CUSHMAN, SOLD SECURITIES WHICH WERE NOT 
REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION PURSUANT TO THE SECURITIES ACT OF 
1933; MADE CERTAIN MISSTATEMENTS OR OMISSIONS OF MATERIAL FACT WHEN UTILIZING 
TWO SEPARATE PRIVATE PLACEMENT MEMORANDA; AND,

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RESPONDENT MEMBER FAILED TO ADEQUATELY AND PROPERLY SUPERVISE THE ACTIVITIES 
OF RESPONDENT CUSHMAN.

U-6 ELECTRONICALLY ENTERED BY MA; TRANS #400022-24494
1. Action Codes: AAI
2. Action Date: 8/31/94
3. Proviso: Not Provided
4. Previously Reported: No

4a. Occurrence Number: Not Provided
5. Initiated by: MASSACHUSETTS SECURITIES DIVISION
6a. Docket/Case#: E-93-123
6b. Court Name/Location: Not Provided
7. Allegations: Not Provided
8. Results: Not Provided
9. Subject Wanted for Prosecution: No

10. Summary: ON AUGUST 31, 1994, THE MASSACHUSETTS SECURITIES DIVISION FILED 
AN ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLAINT AGAINST PATRICK COLLINS, JEFFREY J. FERNANDEZ 
JAMES D. GREEN, MARK J. HAMEL, JOHN W. LAURIENTI, BROCK A. MALKY, JOSEPH C. 
MURDOCH, MICHAEL J. MURPHY, ROBERT J. RAFFA, MICHAEL J. WINN, DICKINSON & CO. 
AND JOSEPHTHAL LYON & ROSS INC. ALLEGING VIOLATIONS OF MASS GEN. LAWS. 
CHAPTER 110A, SECTIONS 101, 201 AND 301. THE COMPLAINT ALLEGES THAT FOUR OF 
THE RESPONDENTS ENGAGED IN FRAUDULENT CONDUCT BY RECEIVING KICKBACKS OF CASH 
AND SECURITIES FOR OFFERING AND SELLING FAIRMONT RESOURCES INC., A CANADIAN 
PENNY STOCK. ALL OF THE RESPONDENTS ARE CHARGED WITH THE ILLEGAL OFFER AND 
SALE OF FAIRMONT A SECURITY THAT WAS NOT

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REGISTERED IN MASSACHUSETTS NOR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION. IN ADDITION, THE 
COMPLAINT CONTAINS ALLEGATIONS THAT DICKINSON & CO AND JOHN LAURIENTI FAILED 
TO SUPERVISE THEIR AGENTS. THE DIVISION IS SEEKING REVOCATION OF THE LICENSES 
OF JEFFREY FERNANDEZ, MARK HAMEL, MICHAEL MURPHY, JOHN LAURIENTI AND ROBERT 
RAFFA, RESCISSION OFFERS BY DICKINSON AND JOSEPHTHAL, DISGORGEMENT OF ALL 
COMMISSIONS AND REMUNERATION RELATED TO FAIRMONT AND ADMINISTRATIVE FINES, 
AMONG OTHER PENALTIES. RESPONDENTS HAVE 21 DAYS TO FILE A RESPONSE TO THE 
COMPLAINT. CONTACT: TERRI TSAGARIS, ENFORCEMENT ATTORNEY/(617) 727-3548

U-6 ELECTRONICALLY ENTERED BY PA; TRANS #400019-23094
1. Action Codes: SCO
2. Action Date: 7/22/94
3. Proviso: Not Provided
4. Previously Reported: No
4a. Occurrence Number: Not Provided
5. Initiated by: PENNSYLVANIA SECURITIES COMMISSION
6a. Docket/Case#: 9407-02LC
6b. Court Name/Location: Not Provided
7. Allegations: VIOLATIONS OF SECTIONS 301(b) and 407(a) OF

THE PENNSYLVANIA SECURITIES ACT OF 1974.
8. Results: ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE ISSUED TO RESPONDENT

9. Subject Wanted for Prosecution: No
10. Summary: DICKINSON & CO. EMPLOYED IN UNREGISTERED AGENT, MICHAEL ANTHONY 
WYNN, WHO ON BEHALF OF DICKINSON & CO. OFFERED AND SOLD SECURITIES TO 
PENNSYLVANIA RESIDENTS. THE ORDER FURTHER ALLEGES THAT DICKINSON & CO. MADE A 
WILLFUL MISREPRESENTATION TO THE COMMISSION THAT WYNN HAD NOT OFFERED OR SOLD 
SECURITIES IN PENNSYLVANIA WHEN, IN FACT, HE HAD. CONTACT: LAURA PLUMLEY 
(717) 783-5177

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U-6 ELECTRONICALLY ENTERED BY PA; TRANS #400014-19396 1. Action Codes: CEN 2. 
Action Date: 6/27/96 3. Proviso: Not Provided 4. Previously Reported: Yes 4a. 
Occurrence Number: Not Provided 5. Initiated by: PENNSYLVANIA SECURITIES 
COMMISSION 6a. Docket/Case #: 9407-02LC 6b. Court Name/Location: Not Provided 
7. Allegations: VIOLATIONS OF SECTIONS 801(b) AND 407(a) OF THE PENNSYLVANIA 
SECURITIES ACT. 8. Results: FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS OF LAW AND ORDER 
WHICH ACCEPTED DICKINSON'S OFFER OF SETTLEMENT WAS ISSUED BY THE PENNSYLVANIA 
SECURITIES COMMISSION WHICH CENSURED THE COMPANY AND ORDERED THAT THEY SUBMIT 
A COMPLETE COPY OF ITS CURRENT SUPERVISORY PROCEDURES ALONG WITH AN OUTLINE 
OF ALL STEPS DICKINSON HAS TAKEN TO IDENTIFY ITS SUPERVISORY PROBLEMS AND 
CORRECT THEM; PAY $7,500 IN AN ADMINISTRATIVE ASSESSMENT AND $1,248.16 IN 
COSTS: PAY COMMISSIONS EARNED DURING THE PERIOD 3/91 THROUGH 2/93 TO A 
CUSTOME WITHIN 90 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE ORDER. WITHIN 10 DAYS OF THE 
COMPLETION OF [C [CT[CHIS[C - REQUIREMENT, DICKINSON SHALL FILE A STATEMENT 
WITH THE COMMISSION THAT T[CHE[C COMMISSIONS HAVE BEEN REFUNDED[C. 
9. Subject Wanted for Prosecution: No


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10. Summary: DICKINSON EMPLOYED AN UNREGISTERED AGENT AND MADE A FALSE OR 
MISLEADING STATEMENT TO THE COMMISSION.

CONTACT: ARLINDA J. WILLIS (717) 783-5177

COMPLAINT NO. C06930056 FILED JANUARY 28, 1994 BY DISTRICT NO. 6 AGAINST 
RESPONDENTS DICKINSON & CO., GLENN SCOTT CUSHMAN, MICHAEL EVERETT NIXON, 
GEORGE HENRY MCCOMAS, BRADFORD JOHN TITUS, MARCIE ANNE MILNER, AND JAMES LEE 
VIGGERS ALLEGING VIOLATIONS OF ARTICLE III, SECTIONS 1, 2, 15, 18 AND 27 OF 
THE RULES OF FAIR PRACTICE IN THAT RESPONDENT MCCOMAS, BY MEANS OF 
MANIPULATIVE, DECEPTIVE OR OTHER FRAUDULENT DEVICES OR CONTRIVANCES, EFFECTED 
UNAUTHORIZED AND EXCESSIVE PURCHASES AND SALES OF SECURITIES AND OPTIONS IN 
THE ACCOUNTS OF PUBLIC CUSTOMERS WITHOUT HAVING REASONABLE GROUNDS FOR 
BELIEVING THAT SUCH TRANSACTIONS WERE SUITABLE FOR SUCH CUSTOMERS UPON THE 
BASIS OF FACTS, IF ANY, DISCLOSED BY SUCH CUSTOMERS AS TO THEIR OTHER 
SECURITY HOLDINGS AND AS TO THEIR FINANCIAL SITUATIONS AND NEEDS; FAILED TO 
RESPOND TO NASD REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION MADE PURSUANT TO ARTICLE IV, SECTION 
5 OF THE RULES OF FAIR PRACTICE: AND, RESPONDENTS MEMBER, VIGGORS, NIXON, 
MILNER, TITUS AND CUSHMAN, FAILED TO ADEQUATELY SUPERVISE THE ACTIVITIES OF 
RESPONDENT MCCOMAS.

DECISION RENDERED JULY 13, 1995 WHEREIN RESPONDENTS MEMBER, MILNER AND TITUS 
ARE CENSURED, FINED $10,000, JOINTLY AND SEVERALLY AND ASSESSED HEARING COSTS 
OF $1,654, JOINTLY AND SEVERALLY. RESPONDENTS MILNER AND TITUS ARE SUSPENDED 
FROM ASSOCIATION WITH ANY NASD MEMBER IN ANY CAPACITY FOR 10

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