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                                  FINDINGS OF FACT                                    
               Some of the facts have been stipulated and are so found.               
          A.   Petitioners                                                            
               1.   Domer Ishler                                                      
               Petitioner lived in Huntsville, Alabama, when he filed his             
          petition in this case.  He graduated from high school and                   
          completed 6 months of trade school in electronics.                          
               Lela Ishler is petitioner's mother, and her husband is D.              
          Marvin Ishler.  Marvin M. Ishler is petitioner's brother.  Traci            
          Ishler is petitioner's daughter.  Joyce Ishler Eller (Eller) is             
          petitioner's former wife.  Melonee Hudson (Hudson) was                      
          petitioner's niece.  She died in July 1994.                                 
               During the 1980s, petitioner conducted business and                    
          investment activities through a sole proprietorship named Double            
          D Investments.  Petitioner maintained a checking account at                 
          Central Bank in Huntsville for Double D (the Double D account).             
               2.   20th Century Marketing, Inc.                                      
               TCM’s principal office was in Huntsville when it filed its             
          petition in this case.  Petitioner incorporated TCM in 1967 and             
          was its only employee until 1970.  TCM was a C corporation for              
          1987 and an S corporation for 1988.  Petitioner was TCM’s sole              
          shareholder and chief executive officer in 1987 and 1988.  TCM              
          had 34 employees and annual sales of about $90 million by 1989.             

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