2. Corporate Organizational Profile #2 (Chart D)

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On July 21, 1964, Robert E. Smith, Melvin Rankin and Samuel Boltansky were the incorporators for Central Magazine Sales, Ltd. In March 1968, the corporate records were amended to change the name from Central Magazine Sales, Ltd., to Central Sales, Ltd., Inc., with Alvin Tapper as secretary and Samuel Boltansky as president and sole stockholder. On April 25, 1968, Central Sales, Ltd., Inc., was changed to a closed corporation. On December 31, 1968, Tom Cat Distributing Company was merged with Central Sales, Ltd., Inc. On September 14, 1971, the name Central Sales, Ltd., Inc. was changed to read Komar, Ltd., T/A Central Sales East. On October 31, 1973, Foto, Inc., X-Bolt, Ltd., and Central Distributors, Inc., were merged into Komar, Ltd. Employed by Komar, Ltd., are Mel Ulnick, Louis Guglielmi (who signs the employees' checks) and John Sanza. Sanza is also the president of Man's World, Inc., 918 9th St., N.W., Washington, D.C.

On January 14, 1975, a Roadway tractor, Maryland license number 7699FB, listed to Roadway, 240 South Kresson St., Baltimore, Maryland, was observed at Central Sales, Inc. This tractor was pulling a trailer, Delaware license number T37585. Several men from Central Sales, Inc., assisted in loading approximately 10 large crates into the trailer. These crates contained arcade booths (peep show booths) which were being shipped by Central Sales, Inc., to a vending company at 6427 Westheimer Road, Houston, Texas. The telephone number the driver was to call prior to delivery was 661-2201. Information was received from the Houston Police Department that the address 6427 Westheimer Road is the location of the Westheimer Newsstand. The telephone number 661-2201 is listed to the Starbase Publishing Company which owns the Westheimer Newsstand and the Bellaire Newsstand at 5807 Bellaire Boulevard, Houston, Texas.

On October 25, 1976, a search and seizure warrant was served at Central Sales, Inc., by the Baltimore Police Department, Maryland. During the search, it was found that all pertinent business records for the years 1974, 1975 and 1976 had been removed. The vice president of Central Sales, Inc., Louis Guglielmi, admitted moving the records because he could not operate his business if they ;_ were seized. He also stated that he moved the records immediately following a raid. at Bon Jay Sales, Inc., 6601 Moravia Park Drive, Baltimore, Maryland. Records that were found mentioned a business named the Distribution Systems of Texas located at 2416 Ludelle St., Fort Worth, Texas. This company distributed pornographic material in the Texas area and Louis Guglielmi signed all the checks for the employees. The employees of the Distribution Systems of Texas were listed as William Wheeler, Robert Bond and Mel Ulnick. Ulnick was also mentioned as being an employee of Komar, Ltd. Records indicated that the Distribution Systems of Texas sent a $1,000 monthly check to Star Distributors, Ltd. The last check found at Central Sales, Inc., indicated that this $1,000 was transferred on January 14, 1974.

In 1970, Robert Eugene Smith, an attorney for Samuel Boltansky, filed several court cases in states other than Maryland in which he claimed to be representing Komar, Ltd. and Star Distributors, Ltd. Samuel Boltansky is also the registered agent for Boltansky Enterprises, Inc., 1123 E. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Maryland (same as Tetra Corp.) with Harold Witman, Harry Anderson and Remay Miller as incorporators and George Boltansky as the secretary. Samuel Boltansky, Sheldon Braiderman, Michael Milton and Michael Grossfield are the incorporators for Towson Books, Inc. (formerly Budget Books, Inc.), located at 516 York St., and 1125 E. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Maryland. Samuel Boltansky owns the property at 928 14th St., N.W., Washington, D.C., which is the location of Sanza Books, Inc. owned by John Sanza. John Sanza is the agent for Denton Corporation, 419 E. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Maryland with Thomas Quaranta as the incorporator, Louis Guglielmi is the vice president with James Haskins as president and James Johnson as incorporator of Central Sales, Inc.

Alvin Tapper, Guglielmi and Melvin Epstein are directors of the ALM Corporation, 1023 E. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Maryland (same address as Central Sales, Inc. and Komar Ltd.). The date of incorporation for ALM Corporation was July 3, 1972. This corporation's primary purpose was to purchase, own and hold the stock of other corporations acting as a "Holding corporation." An article of amendment dated February 17, 1975, revealed that the corporation became a closed corporation with Louis Guglielmi as the president and sole stockholder. The office address was changed to 1023 E. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Maryland, Louis Guglielmi being the resident agent. The secretary was listed as Michael Mulherin. According to the tax records for 1976, the president of the company was Louis Guglielmi and the vice president was Bradford Boone of Orchard Way, Masonville, Virginia. Louis Guglielmi,is director of Commercial Distributors, 1022 Watson St., Baltimore, Maryland with Louis Omansky as incorporator and Michael Kaminkow as the registered agent. Michael Mulherin (secretary for ALM Corp.) is a director of KMT, Inc., T/A Sweden Books, 3710 Washington St., Newport News, Virginia, with Kenneth Yontz as president and Thomas Pallette as a director. Michael Mulherin is also the owner of Man's World Bookstore, 1700 E. Washington St., Petersburg, Virginia. Thomas Pallette, Clifton Harrison and Keith Edenfield are directors of Eros Bookstore, Inc., 125 Brooke Ave., Norfolk, Virginia, with Lowell Valvanio as registered agent. Pallette, Harrison, Edenfield and Valvanio are also corporate officers for the Royal Bookstore, Inc., 161 Granby St., Norfolk, Virginia. Thomas Pallette is president and Lowell Valvanio is the registered agent of Variety Books and News, Inc., 3300 Washington St., Newport News, Virginia, with Thomas Gach as secretary and treasurer.

Samuel Boltansky is the president, Nathan Grama the secretary and Robert Strong the vice president of Radiant Merchandising Company, Inc., 1223 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Bruno Cortese is the bookkeeper of Radiant Merchandising Company, Inc.