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4A. Letter dated June 15, 1964, addressed to Mr. Burrell F.

Wicker, Chief, Licensing Division, Investment Divi-
sion, Small Business Administration, Washington,

D.C., and signed by Milton Gordon, Law Offices of

Gordon & Myers, Washington, D.C.

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4B. Frontiers Capital Corp., amendment of June 10, 1964,

item 3, agent for correspondence--

80

4C. Frontiers Capital Corp., amendment of June 10, 1964,

item 11, management and control---

80

4D. Statement of personal history, Milton Gordon, dated

June 10, 1964.

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4E. Statement of personal history, Franklyn Levenson, dated

June 10, 1964.

80

4F. Statement of personal history, Donald Raymond Was-

serman, dated June 10, 1964---

80

4G. Frontiers Capital Corp., proposal, amendment of June

10, 1964, item 12, previous Government financing-

80

5. Escrow agreement dated May 21, 1964, between Mary-

land National Bank, White Oak Branch, Silver

Spring, Md., and Milton Hammer, as agent for all

the stockholders of Frontiers Capital Corp., New

York, N.Y.

82

6A. Letter dated September 23, 1964, addressed to Mr.

Milton Hammer, 50 Rockefeller Plaza, New York,

and signed by Milton Gordon, president, Frontiers

Capital Corp-

82

6B. Purchase agreement dated September 23, 1964, between

Milton Hammer and Frontiers Capital Corp., signed

by Milton Hammer and Milton Gordon---

82

7. Balance sheet of Frontiers Capital Corp. as of March 31,
1964.--.

83

8A. Assignment by Mortgage Funding Corp., and Milton

Kramlich dated July 16, 1964, to sell certain assets. 85

8B. Collateral note for $300,000 signed by Milton Gordon

and Franklyn Levenson, undated.--

85

8C. Agreement dated June 19, 1964, signed by Bunny Leven-

son, Adrienne P. Gordon, William Fanning, and Doris

Fanning, concerning a certain loan agreement.

85

8D. Confirmed agreement of Milton Gordon and Mortgage

Funding Corp., dated June 4, 1964..

85

8E. Memorandum of Kutz-Kwik, Inc., signed by Milton R.

Kramlich, dated July 16, 1964, concerning certain

loan commitments.-

85

8F. Amendment to loan agreement, signed by Milton Gordon

and Franklyn Levenson on July 16, 1964.

85

8G. Letter dated July 16, 1964, addressed to Mr. Robert

Effinger, assistant vice president, Merchandise Na-

tional Bank, Chicago, III., from Exchange National

Bank of Chicago.-

85

8H. List of stockholders of Frontiers Capital Corp-

85

81. Liability ledger sheet of Merchandise National Bank

Chicago, Ill., on Milton R. Kramlich and debit

ticket dated July 17, 1964, in the amount of $277,000. 85

8J. Bankers Trust Co. of New York, advice of credit to

Frontiers Capital Corp., dated July 16, 1964, in the

amount of $73,500.

85

8K. Reconciliation copy of Federal Reserve bank telegram

transferring $277,000 from Merchandise National

Bank of Chicago to Bankers Trust Co., New York. - 85

8L. Wire transfer of $8,000 to Harold, Luca, Persky &

Mozer, by order of Frontiers Capital Corp., from

Maryland National Bank, Baltimore, Md., to Bankers

Trust Co., New York.--

85

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8M. Reconciliation copy of Federal Reserve bank telegram

concerning transfer of $349,965 on July 17, 1964, for

use of Milton Hammer.

85

8N. Ledger sheet of Bankers Trust Co., New York, concern-

ing account of Harold, Luca, Persky & Mozer..

85

80. Check No. 295, dated November 17, 1964, payable to

Kutz-Kwik Corp., in the amount of $10,004.94,

drawn on Irving Trust Co., New York, account of

Frontiers Capital Corp., and signed by Franklyn

Levenson.

85

8P. Check dated November 17, 1964, payable to Kutz-Kwik

Corp., in the amount of $49,995.06, drawn on Mer-

chandise National Bank of Chicago, account of Fron-

tiers Capital Corp., and signed by Milton Gordon and

Franklyn Levenson..

8Q. Maryland National Bank documents involving transfer

of $3,500 and $70,000 to Bankers Trust Co., New

York.

85

8R. Telegram to Maryland National Bank from Robert

Pesky, dated July_6, 1964, authorizing release of

353,500 shares of Frontiers Capital Corp. stock to

Gordon, $349,965 to Hammer and $8,535 to Persky- 85

8S. Check dated June 24, 1964, payable to James R. Alex-

ander, agent, in the amount of $70,000 and signed by

S. Morton Zimmerman.

85

8T. Letters dated May 28, 1964, and June 27, 1964, addressed

to Mr. S. Mort Zimmerman, president, Capital Ex-

change Corp., from Martin D. Von Zamft, vice presi-

dent, Motel Management & Finance Corp., Miami

Beach, Fla., and Franklyn Levenson, concerning loan

of $70,000 and sale of Admiral Motel in Texas.

85

8U. Promissory notes signed by Milton Gordon, Franklyn

Levenson, and W. S. Fanning to the order of S. Mort

Zimmerman in the amount of $70,000, dated June 29,

1964.

85

8V. Letter dated June 29, 1964, addressed to Baltimore Na-

tional Bank, Baltimore, Md., Attention: Mr. Phil

Oliver and signed by James R. Alexander, agent, re

escrow agreement.

85

8W. Letter dated May 6, 1965, addressed to Hon. William

Camp, First Deputy, Comptroller of the Currency,

Washington, D.C., from S. Mort Zimmerman, con-

cerning transactions with Messrs. Levenson, Fanning,

Gordon, and Von Zamft..

85

9. Chart, Frontiers Capital Corp., showing self-serving

loans and payments to its officers and agents----

86

10. Check No. 133, dated August 7, 1964, payable to Jack

Worth in the amount of $1,500, drawn on Metro-
politan Bank of Miami and signed by Abraham Krut-
man, agent for Lunar Enterprises, Inc.-

95

11A. Agreement between Frontiers Capital Corp. and Eco-

nomic Security Corp., dated July 23, 1964, to loan

$100,000 to Economic Security Corp.

99

11B. Wire transfer of $85,000 from Irving Trust Co., New

York, to Peoples American National Bank for the

account of Jack Worth, agent, dated July 24, 1964.- 99

11C. Check No. 241, dated July 31, 1964, payable to Eco-

nomic Security Corp., in the amount of $22,000 drawn

on Irving Trust Co., New York, account of Frontiers

Capital Corp., and signed by Franklyn Levenson and

Milton Gordon.-

99

11D. Check No. 235, dated July 23, 1964, payable to Eco-

nomic Security Corp., in the amount of $33,000, drawn

on Irving Trust Co., New York, account of Frontiers

Capital Corp. and signed by Franklyn Levenson.--. 99

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11E. Deposit slips on the above described checks in the

amount of $22,000 and $33,000 deposited at Sterling

National Bank & Trust Co., New York, for credit to

the account of Economic Security Corp-

99

11F. Letter dated July 27, 1964, addressed to Sterling Na-

tional Bank & Trust Co., New York, from Economic

Security Corp., directing wire transfer of $30,000 to

Peoples American National Bank of North Miami,

Fla., for credit to the account of Jack Worth, agent.- 99

116. Ledger sheet, deposit slips, and checks showing deposit

of $20,000 at the Metropolitan Bank of Miami by

Economic Security Corp. and credited to the account

of Lunar Enterprises, Inc., on August 6, 1964, and

disbursements of $13,500 to William Marmorstein

and $1,500 to Jack Worth, agent, on August 7, 1964. 99

11H. Cashier's check No. C99801, dated July 27, 1964, pay-

able to Jack Worth, agent, in the amount of $30,000,

issued by Peoples American National Bank, North

Miami, Fla.

99

111. Cashier's check No. C99778, dated July 24, 1964, pay-

able to Jack Worth, agent, in the amount of $85,000,

issued by Peoples American National Bank, North

Miami, Fla.

99

11J. Financial statement of Lunar Enterprises, Inc., as of

July 31, 1964.

99

11K. Agreement between E.T.A., Inc., and Frontiers Capital

Corp., dated July 30, 1964, concerning loan of $140,000

to E.T.A., Inc.--

99

11L. Documentation on transfer of $140,000 on June 30, 1964,

from account of Frontiers Capital Corp., at Irving

Trust Co., New York, to the account of Martin D.

Von Zamft, Esq., at Exchange Bank & Trust Co.,

Dallas, Tex...

99

11M. Ledger sheet showing deposit of $140,000 to the account

of Martin D. Von Zamft, agent, at Exchange Bank &

Trust Co., Dallas, Tex., and disbursements of $100,000

check on July 31, 1964, to Exchange Estates, Inc.,

$30,000 check on July 31, 1964, to Admiral Motor

Hotel of Texas, Inc., and one for $6,000 on August 6,

1964 to Hollings & Hawkins, trust account, all

signed by Martin D. Von Zamft...

99

11N. Ledger sheet showing deposit of $30,000_to the account

of Admiral Motor Hotel of Texas, at Exchange Bank

& Trust Co., Dallas, Tex., and disbursements of

$5,000 check on August 6, 1964, to Hollings & Haw-

kins, trust account, $3,000 on July 31, 1964, to Martin

D. Von Zamft, and one for $17,235 on July 31, 1964,

to Central National Bank, all signed by Martin D.

Von Zamft.----

99

110. Unsigned agreement between Frontiers Capital Corp.

and Coin Meter Co., dated August 26, 1964, for the

purchase of 20 percent of issued outstanding shares

of stock by Frontiers Capital Corp., for $105,000.--- 99

11P. Documentation on wire transfer by Morgan Guaranty

Trust Co. of New York of $100,000 to First National

Bank of Miami for the account of Frontiers Capital

Corp----

99

11Q. Ledger sheet showing deposit of $100,000 to the account

of Frontiers Capital Corp. at First National Bank

of Miami on August 28, 1964, and disbursements of

$95,000 check on August 28, 1964, to Martin D. Von

Zamft, agent, $2,500 check on September 14, 1964, to

Martin D. Von Zamft, and one for $2,000 on Septem-

ber 2, 1964, to Martin D. Von Zamft, agent, all

signed by Franklyn Levenson.

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11R. Documentation on wire transfer by Irving Trust Co.,

New York, of $10,000 on September 25, 1964 to
Capital National Bank of Miami, for account of
Martin D. Von Zamft and payment in cash of the

$10,000 to Martin D. Von Zamft on September 28,

1964.

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118. Agreement by Franklyn and Ruth Levenson and Martin

D. and Bessie Von Zamft to guarantee repayment of
$325,000 loan to Larso Development Co., by Central
National Bank of Jacksonville, Fla., and check dated
July 31, 1964, drawn on the account of Admiral
Motor Hotel of Texas in the amount of $17,235.26 to
the order of Central National Bank of Jacksonville
as payment on the subject loan.-.

99

11T. Documentation on deposit of $130,002.50 by Franklyn

Levenson at Metropolitan Bank of Miami, for trans-

fer to the C & S National Bank of South Carolina, for

use of Agent Franklyn Levenson in purchase of

Exchange Bank of Hollywood, S.C-----

99

110. Letter dated July 17, 1964, addressed to Merchandise

National Bank of Chicago, signed by Milton R.

Kramlich, re Gloriette Corp. and Kutz-Kwik, Inc.- 99

11V. Memorandum to the board of directors, Frontiers

Capital Corp., signed by Milton Gordon, re Con-

struction Facilities Corp----

99

11W. Promissory note and guarantee agreement by Construc-

tion Facilities Corp., dated November 27, 1964, to

repay to Frontiers Capital Corp. a loan of $60,000.- 99

11X. Collateral note for $60,000 dated January 30, 1965, from

Construction Facilities Corp. to Frontiers Capital

Corp----

99

12. Financial report of Frontiers Capital Corp. to Small

Business Administration, Washington, D.C., for the

6-month period ending September 30, 1964.

109

13. Letter dated February 16, 1966, addressed to Putnam

Investors, Inc., Washington, D.C., signed by Robert

B. Leisy, Assistant Deputy Administrator for In-

vestments, Small Business Administration, re repay-

ment of indebtedness to the Small Business Adminis-

tration..

112

14. Excerpt from the proposal to operate as a small business

investment company, dated January 27, 1961, from

Putnam Investors, Inc., concerning management and

control, and status of organization...

113

15A. Proposal to operate a small business investment company

by Putnam Investors, Inc., dated December 29, 1961 113

15B. Letters dated July_25 and October 24, 1962, addressed

to Mr. Stephen Tate, Westport, Conn., from Lawrence

S. Casazza, Director, Office of Investment, Small

Business Administration, approving proposed capitali-

zation and debenture requests by Putnam Investors,

Inc.-

113

16. Putnam Investors, Inc., proposal, amendment of March

29, 1963, item 11: "Management and Control”.

113

17. Letter dated March 30, 1965, addressed to assistant

cashier, District of Columbia National Bank, Wash-
ington, D.C., and signed by Francis J. Finneran, en-
closing his financial statement as of November. 30,
1964.

114

18A. Letter dated February 28, 1963, addressed to Louis Huck

and Curtis L. Ivey, from Francis J. Finneran, re ex-

change of stock of Putnam Investors, Inc., for debt

cancellation ---

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18B. Letter dated February 5, 1963, addressed to Mrs.

Francis J. Finneran, from Stephen Tate, attorney,

Westport, Conn., setting forth the status of stock

transfer records of Putnam Investors, Inc.-

114

18C. Irrevocable stock power executed by Amy T. Finneran

on 1,409 shares of common stock of Putnam Investors,

Inc..

114

19. Checks Nos. 158 and 159, dated June 9 and June 22,

1963, payable to Coordinated Interiors, in the amounts
of $10,000 and $7,743.38, and signed by Curtis L. Ivey

and Louis Huck, for Putnam Investors, Inc.---

115

20. Chart showing “bootstrap financing” of Putnam In-

vestors, Inc.-

115

21A. Proposal to operate a small business investment com-

pany, dated December 29, 1960, re Putnam Investors,

Inc.

117

21B. Letter dated September 13, 1961, addressed to Small

Business Administration, Washington, D.C., from the

Connecticut National Bank, stating that Putnam

Investors, Inc., had demand deposit account in the

amount of $72,690 as of September 13, 1961.

117

21C. Letter dated September 12, 1961, addressed to Small

Business Investment Corp., Washington, D.C., from

City Trust Co., Bridgeport, Conn., stating that

Putnam Investors, Inc., had $78,330.69 on deposit as

of that date..

117

21D. Letter dated August 28, 1961, addressed to City Trust

Co., South Norwalk, Conn., from Louis C. Huck, Jr.,

confirming that Putnam Investors, Inc., would main-

tain a minimum balance of $75,000 in the City Trust

Co---

117

21E. Letter dated November 14, 1961, addressed to City

Trust Co., South Norwalk, Conn., from L. C. Huck, Jr.,

confirming that a minimum balance of $80,000 would

be maintained in an account at City Trust Co---

117

21F. Letter dated November 7, 1961, addressed to Curtis L.

Ivey, Greenwich, Conn., from Ray Sturdevant, City

Trust Co., Bridgeport, Conn., requesting a letter

stating that $80,000 will remain on deposit in the

account of Putnam Investors, Inc., for the duration of

an $80,000 loan ---

117

22. Putnam Investors, Inc., proposal, excerpt from amend-

ment, dated August 30, 1961, item 9:""Plan of Oper-

ations”

119

23A. Check No. 116, dated May 7, 1962, payable to Amy T.

Finneran, in the amount of $2,300, drawn on Con-

necticut National Bank, account of Putnam Investors,

Inc., and signed by Curtis L. Ivey.--

119

23B. Check 118, dated May 7, 1962, payable to Curtis L. Ivey,

in the amount of $2,300, drawn on Connecticut

National Bank, account of Putnam Investors, Inc.,

and signed by Curtis L. Ivey-

119

23C. Check No. 117, dated May 7, 1962, payable to Louis

Huck, Jr., in the amount of $2,300, drawn on Con-

necticut National Bank, account of Putnam Investors, 119

Inc., and signed by Curtis L. Ivey.--

23D. Check No. 52, dated May 7, 1962, payable to Putnam

Investors, Inc., in the amount of $5,000, drawn on

Fairfield County Trust Co., Loan Department, and

deposited in the City Trust Co., South Norwalk,

Conn.

119

23E. Check dated May 7, 1962, payable to City Trust Co.,

in the amount of $1,011.11, drawn on Fairfield County

Trust Co., Loan Department, account of Putnam

Investors, Inc.----

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