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" . , ' ' ,' ,V V ' V ' V ' ' 11 " ' ' Reno Gazette-Journal Tuesday, July 3, 1990 3B Business Possible compensation for victims of insider trading scam WAJIITMnTrM ikr . -. unujun t,ftl-i investors ue-iiaiuleU in a massive 1988 insider trading scheme may be entitled to compensation "oin $19 million in alleged illegal profits surrendered by one of the defendants, officials said Monday. , The Securities and Exchange Commission tiled a proposed plan in a New York court for distributing the money allegedly obtained in what at the time was the second-largest insider trading case in U.S. history. In 1988, the SEC accused Fred C. Lee, a Taiwanese national living in Hong Kong and Stephen K. Wang, a junior analyst in the mergers department at Morgan Stan ley & Co., of engaging in an insider trading scheme that allegedly netted Lee $19 million. According to the SEC, Lee traded for himself and at least 33 people who were not identified with information he got from Wang. Wang, who was 24 at the time, pleaded guilty in September 1988 to one count each of securities, wire and mail fraud for taking about $200,000 to funnel confidential information to Lee about at least 25 takeover deals that Morgan Stanley was handling. There was no allegation of wrongdoing by Morgan Stanley, which suspended and later fired Wang. Wang was sentenced to eight months in prison. Although he agreed to settle civil charges with the SEC without admitting or denying wrongdoing, Lee has not answered a criminal indictment stemming from the SEC investigation. At the time the charges were filed, the case was second only to the $100 million settlement of disgraced stock speculator Ivan F. Boesky. Both have since been eclipsed by the settlements of Drexel Burnham Lambert Inc. and junk bond financier Michael Milken. As part of his settlement last August, Lee agreed to pay $19 million into a fund to reimburse investors defrauded by the scheme. He also agreed to pay the government $1.5 million in fines and $4.5 million in back taxes with interest. As of April 16, the receivership fund, plus accrued interest, totaled $20.3 million, according to the SEC. In papers filed at federal court in Manhattan, the SEC proposed reimbursing investors who sold securities in 18 different companies on the same day the defendants bought those securities, The trades in question took place between July 1987 and April 1988. Securities of the following companies were involved: Utah Power & Light Co., Manpower Inc., Savannah Electric & Pow er, IC Industries Inc., E.F. Hutton Group, Outboard Marine Corp., Chi-Chi's, Richmond Hill Savings Bank, Catalyst Energy Corp., E-II Holdings Inc., Stanadyne Inc., American Standard, Federated Department Stores, Stop & Shop Cos. Inc., Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., Sabine Corp. and Staley Continental Inc. Those wishing to comment or object to the plan should write the court-appointed receiver, Margaret A. Bancroft, at the Manhattan law firm of Dechert Price & Rhoads or the the SEC's chief litigation counsel, Thomas C. Newkirk, at 450 Fifth Street, N.W. Stop 4-2, Washington, D.C. 20549. Slowdown From page 6B much of Nevada's recent building has centered on casinos. She also says she's not implying that Nevada is headed toward an overbuilt market in housing, office or other construction. In fact, the state fared well in those categories, which comprise two of the three "measures of vulnerability" of her study, she said. Office vacancy rates, construction employment and the number of housing building permits awarded per each new resident are not comprehensive measures, the study says, but if any one of the ciiteria is high it can signal too much building in an area. "I'm not sure the problems will emerge" in Nevada, she said. ' When construction activity is a large part of total economic activity, a decline in that employment indicates that more space has been constructed than is needed and you're getting into an overbuilt market. For that period of time, there are lower returns on property." The study shows that Nevada office vacancies and home building permit numbers are in line with national averages, she said. Only construction employment in the Silver State, which accounted for 7.5 percent of the state's total employment in 1989, was "worrisome." The national average of construction employment was 4.75 percent in 1989. The report comes just weeks after a U.S. Department of Commerce study that says Nevada will continue to lead the nation in population, job growth and income increases through the 1990s. The Commerce Department study says Nevada will be the nation's 37th largest emplover by the year 2000, up from 42nd in 1988. the number of jobs will increase 31.5 percent to 847,000 jobs during that same period. Sherwood-Call said her report doesn't refute the Commerce Department study. "I'm looking primarily on the real estate side and more in the short-term," she said. "If any of these problems do emerge in the next couple of years, it's only the beginning of the decade, so there's time to recoup." But she said Nevada's current "unsustainably rapid" 6.8 percent employment growth rate is likely to slow. The high level of dependence on construction activity suggests that a relatively sharp slowdown in construction activity might be necessary when the pace of general economic activity begins to slow, Sherwood-Call said. Some local construction and employment experts say Nevada is diversifying rapidly enough to stave off any of the problems Sherwood-Call says could confront the state. And they don't see construction slowing appreciably in coming months. "We don't see construction activity stopping or significantly re-ceeding very soon,' said Stan Jones director the state's Employment Security Department. "Northern Nevada is growing at a steady manageable pace. We're not in a boom-bust cycle at all." As for the rest of the state, "we think Nevada is diversifying sufficiently to cover the majority of that kind of setback," he said of any possible real estate downturn. If building activity slackens, added John Madole of the Northern Nevada Chapter of Associated General Contractors of America, employment in that field would be shored up by the needs of infrastructure construction in areas such as roads and schools. Spending From page 6B Herson attributed the falloff in residential building to high interest rates and declining demand after 7' '2 years of a growing economy. Builders also have complained of tighter restrictions on lending following the savings and loan debacle. Nevertheless, apartment building posted a second straight monthly increase. Spending was up 1.0 percent to an annual rate of $20.6 billion after gaining 2.0 percent in April. Non-residential spending, however, fell 1.7 percent to an annual rate of $101.6 billion after sliding 1.4 percent in each of the previous two months. Part of the problem in this sec tor, Berson said, was high vacancy rates, particularly in office buildings, in many parts of the country. The volatile government spending area nearly recovered its 4.9 percent loss in April, rebounding 4.4 percent to an annual rate of $109.1 billion. The total construction figure was up 2.5 percent from the level of a year ago. Landmark From page 6B the Landmark owes some $30 million to its major creditors, including $25 million to Lloyd's Bank of London, the first deed of trust holder. Woodward, though, said the resort's total debt may exceed $40 million. Jones has set a July 11 hearing to itemize debts and put the credi tors in their correct priority. The Landmark, known for its unique space needle-type hotel tower, has been unprofitable under a series of owners, including the late billionaire Howard Hughes, since it was built in the early 1960s. The current owner. Bill "Wildcat" Morris, bought the property in October 1983 for $20 million, and put it into bankruptcy reorganization proceedings two years later. Woodward said the hotel, which sits on 21 acres across from the Las Vegas Convention Center, can be marketed profitably if a new owner adds some rooms and remodels the existing buildings. "It needs a new owner and an influx of capital," he said. "We think with a new owner that is dedicated to expanding the property and giving it a new look, it can be a terrific opportunity." Woodward said the resort has been operating on a break-even basis since January, without paying taxes or making any payments on its debt. Merge From page 6B the debt-financed takeover strategy known as a leveraged buyout, was particularly attracted to General Instrument's Broadband Communications division, which provided 60 percent of the company's revenue last year. General Instrument's products include cable TV subscriber termi-nals, cable and scrambling equipment. The company "has a very strong dominant core business with both reasonably predictable cash flow and growth potential," Forstmann told a news conference. "It (the cable industry) is growing very fast," and that should mean increased demand for cable equipment, he added. "This is a little like a utility. It has to provide good service. The service can be better. I think they're going to get there." Forstmann said reregulation of cable television was likely to take place soon, and that could prove positive for the industry. General Instrument, which employs 14,200, also produces air craft surveillance equipment and semiconductors through its data systems and components products divisions. General Instrument earned $23.2 million, or 84 cents a share, in the first quarter, on $379.5 million in revenue. Earnings were 29 percent higher the previous year's quarter, largely due to gains from the sale of discontinued operations. Under the terms of the merger agreement, set to expire Aug. 13, Forstmann Little will assume or refinance General Instrument's existing debt in addition to acquiring the outstanding common shares. Ingersoll agrees to yield control of U.S. papers NEW YORK (AP) - Joining a growing list of entrepreneurs undone by debt, publisher Ralph Ingersoll II agreed Monday to give up control of his U.S. newspaper chains after failing to make an interest payment on junk bonds. Ingersoll agreed to trade his U.S. interests and their troublesome debt burden to his investment partners in exchange for control of a smaller group of European newspapers. Ingersoll, whose U.S. properties included such dailies as the New Haven Register and the short-lived St. Louis Sun, said the deal was driven by a desire to get more involved in European publishing. But bankers and investors with knowledge of the publisher said Ingersoll was facing the same reckoning as Robert Campeau and Donald Trump, who also used junk bond financing to build business empires but couldn't handle their massive interest payments. Interest rates From page 6B tral bank will ease monetary restraint in response to a budget agreement. But it will wait for the agreement rather than acting on the promise of one, he said. "I have no doubt in my mind at all that if we have an honest budget deficit reduction package ... then the Fed will take that into account, carefully, in the conduct of monetary policy," he said. "The Fed never wants to be seen as caving in to politics but my feeling is for separate reasons ... they're going to move," said economist David Jones of Aubrey G. Lanston & Co., a New York government securities dealer. "The economy is in danger of slipping into a recession by the end of the year and I think the Fed will recognize it at this meeting." he said. Evidence of economic sluggishness is much more pronounced since the open market committee's last meeting May 15. Jones said. Until recently, the softness seemed to be confined to just a few sectors of the economy such as automobiles and construction. Now, consumers who represent two-thirds of the nation's economic activity are pulling back. Retail sales fell from March through May, the first triple decline since the 1982 recession. The economy has virtually stopped producing new jobs. Excluding the temporary hiring of Census workers, the economy only created 105.000 jobs from March through May, scarcely more than one-tenth the rate of a few years ago. Adding to the pressure for lower rates are reports of a credit crunch not from monetary policy, but from bank examiners. Business people are complaining that loans are harder to get because examiners, spooked by the S&L crisis, are forcing banks to be more careful. Although many economists predict a series of interest rate cuts through the summer, others argue that the persistence of inflation will prevent the Fed from acting precipitously. Excluding volatile food and energy prices, consumer inflation was 4.8 percent in the 12 months ending in May, compared with 4.6 percent in the preceding 12-month period. "It's going to be a tough call. 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"4 2C67- 1 66 ' 2i - 02 05 'Aesta 0i Wood Struthers: N 1167 NL - C5 Pe 12 55 Nl- C W-G t 11 04 11 0 0" Wright Funds: G.OS it 93 NL 0i j-BO 13 02 NL 06 Nea-B 10 '3 Nl Q-aCc H63 NL- 04 S B 1 5 37 NL 06 TCaet 11 63 Nl var-G'O 9 25 9 71 - 07 ZweiQ Funds: 9C 0 Bco D r E 0 j"aa urava: avax unavan 9 26 9 72 - 01 Sfa! 1111 11 76 07 2S P p 1C97 11 61 04 Tatd 1G23 IC 39 T"Lg D 9 30 9 71 - 01 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE IN THF SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE Of NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No CV90 3726 Oept No 2 CANDICE BASTASINI. also known as CANDACE BASTASINI. Plaintiff, vs N0NO RIVARA also known as NONA MAE RIVARA also known as NONA RIVARA LEAN the leslate and intestate successors and unknown defendant and also all other persons unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real property described in the complaint, adverse to plaintiff's title, or any cloud on plaintiffs title thereto, named as DOES 1 10 inclusive. Delendants SUMMONS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DANTS' You are summoned and required to serve upon plaintiff's attorney, whose name and address is MAURICE I SULLIVAN. 8 State Street. P0 Boi 963. Reno. Nevada eib04 an Answer to the Complaint which is served upon you. within 20 days after service of tins Summons, eiclusive ol the day ol service. If you tail to do so. ludgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in tne lompiaini. This action is brought to recover a judgment against each and all ol the defendants to remove any and all adverse claims to. and clouds upon the lee simple title of plaintiff in and to the Mowing described real property situate in the City ol Reno, County of Washoe. Slate of Nevada, to wit: Beginning at a point ol the North line of lot 4, 100 feet East ol the Northwest corner of Lot 4 in Block I of COUNTRY CLUB ACRES, RENO. WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, according to the amended map thereof, filed in the office ol the County Recorder of Washoe County. Nevada on November 5. 1931; thence Easterly along Ihe North line ot Lots 4 and i. a distance ol 60 feet: thence running South parallel to the West line ol Lot 4. to a point on the South line ol Lot 5: thence South 84 30' West along the South line ol Lots 4 and i. to a point which would be intersected by a line drawn trom the point ol beginning and piialled to the West line ol lot 4: thence North along said line to the point ol beginning; being Ihe East 50 feet of Lot 4 and the West 10 feet of lot S in Block I of COUNTRY CLUB ACRES. RENO. WASHOE COUNTY. NEVADA, according to the map above mentioned; said parcel fronting 60 feet on the South line of Hikreil Drive, lormerly Thaxton Place, and extending South with equal width to the South line of lots 4 and 5 in Block I. Also known as Washoe County Assessor parcel number 019 092 88. and as 270 Hillcrest Drive. Reno. Nevada 89509. All as is more fully described in the vended complaint on tile herein DATED this 15th day of June. 1990 JUDI BAILEY CLERK OF THE COURT By IslJ Eyheralde Deputy Clerk 343209 Bastasini June 26 July 3.10.17.24 ht!33 IN THE SEC0N0 JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No CV90 3657 Deptl No 2 In Ihe Matter ol the Paiental Rights as to BABY GIRL R0BART. a minor NOTICE TO TERMINATE PARENTAL RIGHTS TO: Richard, putative lather of the above named child: and to all persons claiming to be the lather or mother of such person: You are hereby notified that there has been filed in the above entitled court a petition praying lor Ihe termination of parental rights over the above-named minor person, and that the petition has been sel lor hearing before this court. Department No. 2. at the County counnouse in neno. araie of Nevada, on the 14th day of September, 1990. at 9 00 o clock a.m., at which time and place you are required to be present il you desire lo oppose the petition. Dated: June 13. 1990 JUDI BAILEY CLERK OF COURT By M Logan Deputy Clerk 334513 Robart June 26 July 3,10.17.24 h!133 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE NO CV89 1530 Dept. Ho. 9 In the Matter of the Estate ol AMALIA V. BUNCH. Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sharon Bunch. Administrator, having hied in this Court her First and Final Accounbni and Petition lor Fees and lor Final Distribution ol Ihe Eslale ol Amalia Bunch, deceased. Ihe hearing of the same has been fixed by said Court for Wednesday, the 18th day ol July. 1990 at 9:00 a m of said day. at the Courthouse, in the City ol Reno. County ol Washoe, and all persons interested in Ihe estate are notilied then and there to appear and show cause, il any they have, why the account should not be ratified and approved, lees and costs approved and allowed by the Court for the Administrator in the sum ol Seven Hundred Nine Dollars 1709 001 and lor the attorney in the amount ol Two Thousand One Hundred Forty One Dollars and Seventy Eight Cents lS2.141.78l. and lor the certilied ?ublic accountant in the amount of hree Hundred Fifty Nine Dollars IS359 00) and final distribution of the residuary estate as prayed for therein. For lurther particulars, reference is hereby made to said account and petition on file in the above entitled estate matter DATED this 29th day of June. 1990 IUDI BAILEY Clerk by J Kofller Deputy Clerk 331055 Bunch July 3.10.17 htl33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No. CV89 3625 Oept No. 5 In the Matter ol the Estate ol MORRIS RASMUSSEN, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned was appointed and qualified by Ihe Second Judicial District Court ol the Stale ol Nevada in and lor the County ol Washoe, on June 20. 1989. as Special Administrator ol Ihe Estate ol Morris Rasmussen. All creditors having claims against said Eslale are required to tile the claims with Ihe Clerk ol Courts within ninety 1901 days after the mailing or Ihe first publication ot this Notice. DATED this 26th day of June. 1990. ISIERIC MORRIS RASMUSSEN Special Administrator 340296 Rasmussen June 29 July 3.9 hll33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No CV90 2966 Dept No 5 In the Matter ol the Estate ol RONALD E. MAUER. leceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified by the above entitled Court on the 21st day ol June. 1990. as Executrix ol the Will ol Ronald E Mauer. deceased. All creditors having claims against said Estate are required to file the same, with proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk ol the Court within ninety 190! days after the first publication ol this notice. DATED: This 21st day of June. 1990 IsJJoyce S Mauer APPROVED- WALTHER. KEY. MAUPIN. OATS. COX. LEE t KIAICH By IsfL Robert LeGoy. Jr. Attorneys for Executrix 348620 Mauer June 29 July 3 9 MI33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No CV90 3922 Dept No 9 In the Matter ol Ihe Estate ol WILLIAM S SAWLE. also known as WILLIAM STODDARD SAWLE. Deceased NOTICE OF PETITION FOR PROBATE LETITIA ROSE KENDRICK. having filed in this Court a document purporting to be the Last Will and Testament and a Codicil therelo, ol WILLIAM S. SAWLE. also known as WILLIAM STODDARD SAWLc, Deceased, and a Petition praying that the same be admitted to probate, a hearing has been sel lor Wednesday. Ihe 18th day ol July. 1990. at 9 00 A M at the Courthouse, in the City ol Reno. County ol Washoe All persons interested in the said Estate are notified lo appear and show cause why said Will should not be admitted to probate and said petitioner appointed Executor of the Estate ol WILLIAM S. SAWLE. also known as WILLIAM STODDARD SAWLE. Dated: June 26. 1990 JUDI BAILEY Clerk ol the Court By M Logan Deputy Clerk 340601 Sawle June 29:July 3.9 (11133 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No CV90 900 Dept No 4 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LEO H BAGGENSTOS. Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING FIRST AND FINAL ACCOUNT PETITION FOR FEES AND FOR FINAL DISTRIBUTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that MARGARET BAGGENSTOS OeVITA, Executrix, having filed in this Court her First and Final Account and Petition lor Fees and lor Final Distribution ol the Estate of LEO H BAGGENSTOS. deceased, the hearing of the same has been fixed by said Court lor Thursday, the 19th day otlulv, 1990 at 9 00 am of said day at the Courthouse. Washoe County. Nevada, and all persons interested in the said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have why said account should not be ratified and approved, tees approved and allowed by the Court lor the attorney and lor final distribution ol the residuary estate as prayed tor therein For lurther particulars, relerence is hereby made lo said Attorney Fee Agreement. First and Final Account and Petition lor Fees and loi Final Distribution on lile in the aboveentr tied estate matter Dated this 26th day ol June. 1990. JUDI BAILEY Clerk ol the Court by M Logan Deputy Clerk JULIAN C. SMITH. IR . LTD. By IsCharles Frederick Unmack For Julian C. Smith. Jr. Nevada Bar 000821 502 North Division Street Carson City. NV 89701 Attorney lor Executrix 336930 Baggenstos July 3.9,13 bchl33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No. CV90 2851 Dept No. 5 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ANT0NIA SARI0. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified by Ihe above entitled Court on the 28(h day ol June. 1990. as Co Executnces ol the Estate ol ANT0NIA SARI0. Deceased. All creditors having claims against said Estate are required to lile the same, with proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court within ninety 190) days after the lirst publication of this notice. Dated June 21. 1990 fsGrace Larena Wilson I IsCandida larena W00DBURN WEDGE AND JEPPS0N Attorney lor Ihe Estate One East First Street Reno. Nevada 89501 350600 Sano July 3 9 1 3 htl 33 ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Ingrain Construction Co Inc For the Tear Ending Ml '90 Location ol Principal Othce Ml W Hoy Road. Madison MS location or locations ol business in Nevada Cash on hand 1194814 Date Assets 11298 741 liabilities 165b 109 Income 14 386580 Expenditures 14 302 )05 Proht or Loss 183.875 I. J D lnrim President iNamel Official Position do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and accurate statement ol Ihe business transacted by said corporation dunngyeai ended March 31. 1990 sJJ D Ingram Signature lily 23IH133 ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Design Craftsmen Inc For the Year Ending 33190 location of Principal Office 22O0 lames Savage U , Midland Ml 48640 Location or locations ol business in Nevada Win F. Harrah Automobile Museum. Reno. NV Cask on hand 1255 256 Date 331190 Assets. Liabilities Income . 17 823 246 !66S! 25! 1669269 16623611 tna Expenditures Profit or Loss I. Mark 0 Adams. Sec Treas INamel Official Position do hereby certify that the loiegoini is a true and accurate statement ol the business transacted by said corporation during 41189 througti 3131190 sMark 0 Adams Signature Jury 2.3 hll33 ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE CAE Link Corporation For the tear Ending March 31 1990 Location ol Principal Office kirkwood Industrial Park Binghamton New York Location or locations ol business in Nevada None Cash on hand 12 001 000 Date 33190 Assets lnMtm Income.. Eioenditures Profit or loss.. 1873 357 000 1676 631 000 1415895000 1548 316 000 M2 421 0001 I H E Tailor III. Secretary INamel Official Position do hereby certify that the low' and accurate statement ol the business transacted by said corporation duringlhe fiscal year endini March 31. 1990 ism c liyior ill Signature Jury 2.3 till 33 ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE John Rohrei Contracting Co Inc For the tear Ending Match 31 1990 Location ol Principal Office 2820 Roe Lane Kansas City KS 66103 Location or locations of business in Nevada None Cash on hand 1529 292 Dale 33190 Assets liabilities.. Income Expenditures Profit or loss 14 124 514 II 772 885 II 519183 II 104 164 1415319 I. Analee A Lamo. Controller INamel Official Position do hereby certify that the toregomg is a true and accurate statement of the business transacted by said corporation durmgApul I 1989 thru March 31. 1990 siAnalee A lamo Signature July 2.3 MI33 ANNUAL SHIIMINI OF THE A - JOHNS CORPORATION For the Tear Ending March 31 1990 Location ol Pnncpal Office 3521 28 Street, tension. Idaho 83501 location or locations ol business in Nevada Box 1184 Jean. Nevada 89019 Cash on hand 14 422 Date 33190 Assets 1829 049 Liabilities Income Expenditures 1829 049 TltS 068 19 1214 964 39 Proht or loss 16989560 I. Victor A Allrnon. President INamel Official Position do hereby certify that the toregomg is I true and accurate statement ot Ihe business transacted by said corporation during Mam A Allrnon Signature July 2.3 MI33 ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Marie Calienders Ventures For the (eai Ending 122889 location ol Principal Othce 1100 Town ( Country Rd Orange CA 92668 location or locations ot business in Nevada Cash on hand Date Assets Liabilities Income . 110 791 631 1221.89 HTS 743 908 17 086 902 15092 395 18 645 705 1(J Si 3061 Expenditures Proht or toss I. Diane Oswald. Corn AccH Mti INamel Official Position do hereby certify that the loregoing is a true and accurate statement ol the business transacted by said corporation dunig 1989 Jury 2 3 hi 133 siDiane 6 Osnaid Signature ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE The Stuart James Co inc For the lea- Ending Mi'ch 30 1990 Location ol Principal Office 8055 E Tufts Ave Pty 12th Floor Denver CO 80237 location or locations of business to Nevada None Cask on hand 19 316 985 Date 130 90 Assets !33 104 378 120 544 924 187 983 338 14 U liaMrties Income Eioendrhjres Proht 01 LOSS I Mtchaele Ford Cf-0 iNamel Official Position do hereby certify that the toregomg is a true and accurate statement of the business bansacted by said corporation durrngMa'Ch 31. 1989 10 March 30 1990 sM chae. Ford Sigiature lutr 2 3IHH3 ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Mane Calender P Shops inc For Ihe re Ending 12 2890 Locaron ol Principal Othce 1100 Town 8 Country Rd Suite 1300 Orange. CA 92661 location or kicabons ot business in Nevada Cash on hand Date Assets lujbuites Income Expenditures .. Profit or loss 10 12:28,90 . 197 122 913 .. 170 206 815 1129 906 941 1140 164 72? 1)10 957 811 I. Diane 8 Oswald. Corp Accte Mer INamei Official Position do hereby certify thai the loregoing is I hue and accurate statement ol the business transacted by said corporation during Miane B Oswald Signature July 23MI33 ANNUAL STA1EMENT OF THE Roy E Ladd Inc For the Teai Ending March 31. 1990 Location ot Principal Office PO Box 756 Redding CA 96099 Location or locations of business m Nevada None Cash on hand 11 027 693 Date 03i3190 Assets 14 154 499 1304065 18 272 068 19 009 316 ,VI3!.2 lujorthes Income ExDenddureS- Proht or loss.. I. Cram Wiseman. Treasurer INamel Official Position do hereby certify that the loregoing is a hue and accurate statement ol the business transacted by said corporation dunng the hscalyear ending March 11. 1990 HI Craig Wiseman Jury 2.3sall3 Signature ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Moorman Manufacturing Company of Caiitor nia lie For the tear Ending March 31 1990 location of Principal othce One East First Street Reno Nevada 89501 location or kxabons ol business in Nevada Cask on hand Date Assets liatMhes Income Exoeridrtu'es Proht or LOSS... 1-0 10 H 10 14 W I. Donald N Smith Executive Vce President ihamei Othciai Position do hereby certify that the toregomg is a true and accurate statement ol the business transacted by said corporation duing the rear 1989 90 Is' Donald N Smith Signature Jaly23sall3 ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Haemonehcs Corporation For the Te fnong March 31 1990 locinon ol Principal Office 400 wood Road Braintee MA Location or locations of business in Nevada None Cash on hand 137 010 Date 013190 Assets 180 539 030 liabilities 129 526 393 Income 1103 033 797 Expenditures 197 035906 Profit or Loss 15 997 891 I. Anthony Unman. Assistant Treasurer INamel Official Position do hereby certify that the loregoing is a true and accurate statement ol the business transacted by said corporation during Ihe period April I 1989 lo Maich 31 1990 far Anthony Kiernan Jury23sal3J ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Christian Record Services Inc For the Tear Ending December 31 1989 location ol Principal Office 4444 South 52nd Street Lincoln Nebiaska 68506 location or locations of business in Nevada Cash on hand 1235 726 Dale 123189 Assets 12 278 138 Liabilities 1478 086 lncome Expenditures Profit or loss . 15 399 295 . 15 608 82) Ji 209 5321 1. 1 V Hawkins. thcePresidentFinanct INamel Official PosIkhi do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and accurate statement ot the business transacted by sad corporation during January I Decent 31 1989 si IV Hawkins Signature Jury 2.3 si 133 ANNyAL STATEMENT OF IHE McCarthy western Constructors, Inc For the Year Ending March 31 1990 location ot Principal Othce 120 N 44th Street Sute 400 Phoenix A2 85034 Locabon or locations of business m Nevada 2)01 S Casino Onve laugtilin NV 89029 1001 Emerald River Drive Laughnn. NV 89029415 S Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas. NV 19101 Cash on hand K 024 358 Date 033190 Assets 1)1 940 231 baMeaes 163 286 806 lncome Expenditures 119682) 989 1195 590 061 Proht or loss 11 237 928 I Scot! I Thomas. Assistant Secretary iNamet Official Position do hereby certify thai the loregoing is a true and accurate statement ot the business transacted by said corporation dunng fiscal year enoed March 31. 1990 . , Scott J Thomas hHy 23-sal33 Signature ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE I C Fischer t Co Foi the rear Ending 0331 90 location of Principal 0ftne 1655 N Mam St'eel Suite 1360. Walnut Creek CA 94596 8101 locabon or kxabons ol business m Nevada Cask on hand.. Date Assets. Lia0iiitres Income.. Expenditures. Proht or Loss. 11224 288 0373190 713 229676 . 12 882 0)8 . 12 )80 904 .12 724 121 156 )S3 I. Cordon W Richards SecretaryTreasurer inamei umciai fosihon do hereby certrty that the loregoing is a true and accurate statement ol the business bansacted by said corporation during the year sGordon W Richards Signature July 2.3sal33 ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Brennan Construction Co Inc For the Tear Ending March 31. 1990 Locabon ol Principal Othce. 711 So 2nd Street Pocateik) ID 83201 locabon or kxabons ol business in Nevada None Cash on hand 1201 719 Date 0331i90 Assets 1706 547 1706 547 i-aMties Income . 15451 283 .15444 590 16693 Expenditures Proht or loss . I. John E Brennan. President INamel Othcujl Position do hereby certify that the loregoing is a true and accurate statement of the business transacted by sad corporation dunng 41189 313190 fsJ John E Brennan. President July2.3-sal33 S',M,U',

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