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CALIFORNIA QUARTZ SUBSIDIARY BEGINS COMPUTER TRAINING FOR 62 FORMER MCDONNELL-DOUGLAS EMPLOYEES

 SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- California Quartz, Inc. (NASDAQ: CALQ; warrants CALQW) announced yesterday that their 100 percent wholly owned subsidiary, Focus Automation, has just begun computer training for 62 former McDonnell-Douglas employees, who are eligible for this program under the Trade Readjustment Act (TRA). Focus Automation will receive approximately $9,000 per person for this training. This will contribute approximately $558,000 to California Quartz's revenues and cash flow. This marks the initial training of what the company expects to be many thousands of former McDonnell- Douglas employees who are eligible for training.
 In addition to its corporate headquarters, Focus Automation has leased additional space within McDonnell-Douglas facilities.
 California Quartz, Inc. manufactures quartzware products for the worldwide semiconductor industry. California Quartz, Inc. products include quartzware for all horizontal, vertical and single wafer processing equipment for 3-inch to 8-inch wafers. Customers include Unisys, IBM, AT&T, Xerox and Texas Instruments. California Quartz, Inc. has a wholly owned subsidiary, Focus Automation Corporation, that is engaged in the computer training business.
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 /CONTACT: Howard Young of California Quartz, 408-227-1441, or Michelle Sotnikow of Howard Bronson & Company, Inc., 212-867-6160/
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