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To: Rob J who wrote ()9/14/1997 3:14:00 PM
From: paulbk
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VXCL may meet your specs. p.b.

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To: Rob J who wrote ()9/17/1997 10:49:00 PM
From: Mark Althauser
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Take a look at Instant Video Technologies (IVDO) They have a thread on Silocon ($5 under)

I would like to receive your report.

Mark Althauser
205 E. High
Centralia, WA 98531

vifacts@localaccess.com

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To: Rob J who wrote ()9/18/1997 1:40:00 PM
From: Jamessmith
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Check ITEL, they just had reverse merger. The details will be released in a couple of weeks. ITEL is trading about $0.50. The rumor is that final price for ITEL is about $1.50-2.00. Currently, ITEL has received $3 million cash for its businesses. The transaction is expected to be finished within 30 days.

The following is a news release:

Wavetech, Inc. Receives Initial Cash Infusion from LAI, Information Management Systems Incorporated

TUCSON, Ariz., Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Wavetech, Inc. (Nasdaq:ITEL) today announced that it had received an initial cash infusion from LAI, Information Management Systems Inc. of San Francisco.

On August 22, 1997, Wavetech announced the intent to acquire 100% of the shares of LAI. As part of the merger, LAI will provide Wavetech an infusion of $3 million in cash and additional assets over the next 60 days. The Company will disclose additional terms of the agreement when the merger is finalized.

Wavetech was represented in the transaction by Sterne, Agee & Leach, Inc., a full service investment firm. Wavetech entered into a banking agreement with Sterne, Agee & Leach, Inc. on July 11, 1997.

Wavetech, Inc. is a diversified telecommunications company. It is the developer and distributor of Interpretel computer/telephony products and is engaged in the resale of international long distance.
The Company's advanced network provides subscribers single point of access to innovative communications and information services. The Company markets its services in the United States and Canada under the Interpretel name and through highly customized or co-brand initiatives.

LAI, Information Management Systems Inc. is a diversified company involved in computer software development, training and telecommunications services with projects in the United States
and overseas.

James

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To: paulbk who wrote (1)9/22/1997 12:08:00 AM
From: Rob J
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Paul,

Due to the R&D nature of the enterprise and complete lack of current revenues, an evaluation of this company would be an evaluation of the science involved. As I am not a student of Biology, I will not be qualified to evaluate this company and it was not selected for review.

Thank you for your reply.

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To: Rob J who wrote ()9/28/1997 12:28:00 AM
From: Mitchell Jones
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Both TLTK and TWTI might interest you.

Mitch

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To: Rob J who wrote ()9/29/1997 10:54:00 AM
From: John Allen
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You may want to check out SFAD (Safe Aid Products). They are basically an inactive shell for several years. In their latest 10K filing, they have announced a reverse merger with a private company called INI to commence within the next month. (10:1 reverse split of SFAD with ~8 times shares of new company being created post split) I know little about INI except what is said in the SFAD 10K.

John

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To: Rob J who wrote ()9/29/1997 3:29:00 PM
From: Kent C.
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BSV.VSE Bright Star Ventures Limited was formed by reverse take over, thread (dead) under gold mining.

cheers,

Kent
investor1.com

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To: Kent C. who wrote (7)9/30/1997 10:19:00 PM
From: Mike Chen
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Look at Hayes the modem people. They just merged with a public company to avoid the necessary steps.

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To: Kent C. who wrote (7)9/30/1997 10:23:00 PM
From: Mike Chen
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And look at Telegen. I believe that several years they merged a passive solar panel company from California with a woodburning stove company from Colorado, and wound up with a software company that is "developing" a flat panel display. If nothing else, it's good for a laugh.

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To: Kent C. who wrote (7)9/30/1997 10:26:00 PM
From: Mike Chen
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Check out BEC Group. They were Benson Eye Care, merged with Essilor, and spit out BEC (EYE), which has shed lots of stuff including Foster Grant, and now has bought Bolle (which was private) and will split into two companies: Bolle and Optical Radiation Technologies.

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