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              Tuesday, October 4, 2016, Vol. 20, No. 277

                            Headlines

262 BROAD STREET: Sale of Interest in Newark Property Approved
2747 CAMELBACK: Unsecureds To Recover 100% Under Plan
30DC INC: Needs More Time to File Fiscal 2016 Form 10-K
800 BOURBON: 2nd Reconsideration Bid in Suit vs Bay Bridge Denied
A & ASSOCIATES: Case Summary & 15 Unsecured Creditors

A CHICAGO CONVENTION: Unsecureds To Recover 25% Under Plan
A GREENER GLOBE: Seeks Approval to Use Cash Until April 30
A&A WHEELER: U.S. Trustee Tries To Block Plan Outline Approval
AC I TOMS: Plans To Pay Creditors in Full in Five Installments
ACE CASH: Moody's Lowers CFR to Ca; Outlook Stable

AGFEED USA: Court Narrows Claims in Suit vs. Former Director
ALLISON ROBINSON: Selling Olympic Valley Property for $2.4M
ALTOS HORNOS: U.S. Court OKs General Payment Agreement
ANDREW COLEMAN: Unsecureds To Be Paid From Remaining Sale Proceeds
AS SEEN ON TV: Marcum LLP Casts Going Concern Doubt

ASHLAND GLOBAL: S&P Assigns 'BB' CCR; Outlook Stable
ASHLEY I LLC: Amended Plan Clarifies Plan Administrator's Role
ASHLEY II: Chap. 11 Plan Clarifies Plan Administrator's Role
AYTU BIOSCIENCE: EKS&H LLLP Raises Going Concern Doubt
BASIC FOOD GROUP: Unsecureds To Recover 10% Under Plan

BENJAMIN HALL: Disclosures Okayed; Plan Hearing on Nov. 10
BGM PASADENA: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Confirmation Hearing on Dec. 1
BINDER MACHINERY: Selling Substantially All Assets
BINITA & SAPNA: Have Until Oct. 5 to Use Ridgestone Bank Cash
BIRCH COMMUNICATIONS: S&P Puts 'B' CCR on CreditWatch Negative

BON-TON STORES: To Redeem Senior Notes Due 2017
BREMAR DEVELOPMENT: Hires Avison Young as Real Estate Broker
C&J ENERGY: Court Approves Non-Insider Compensation Program
CABCO TRUST: Moody's Raises Rating on Trust Certificates to B3
CAPE COD COMMERCIAL: Will Pay Unsecureds 20% In 4 Years

CAPITAL INVESMENTS: Selling Broward Property to Wythe for $70K
CHARLES BRELAND: Creditors Seek Appointment of Ch. 11 Trustee
CHESAPEAKE ENERGY: Moody's Assigns Caa3 Rating on $1.1BB Notes
CHINA BAK: Dismisses Crowe Horwath as Accountants
CHRISTOPHER RIDGEWAY: Sale of 2 Vehicles to Everett Buick Approved

CHRISTOPHER RIDGEWAY: Sale of Yellowfin Yacht for $87.5K Approved
COMPASSIONATE HEALTH CARE: Court Confirms Plan of Reorganization
CONDO 64: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use Until Nov. 22
CONTROL SYSTEMS: Proposes to Pay $300K for Unsecured Claims
COSI INC: Seeks Court Authorization to Use Cash Collateral

CROSSFIRE MANUFACTURING: Files Amended Disclosure Statement
CRYSTAL WATERFALLS: Bidding Procedures for Covina Property Okayed
CYRUS WAY HOLDINGS: No Distribution To Be Made For Unsecureds
CYU LITHOGRAPHICS: Wants to Use Cash Collateral of RM Machinery
D&H MACHINE SERVICE: Counsel Awarded $19K in Fees, Expenses

DANIEL BRUCE CARPENTER: Court Overrules Objection to IRS Claim
DAVID BULL: Gets Court Approval of Disclosure Statement
DAVID PROCTOR: Selling 100-Acre Vacant Land for $245K to Stockton
DEER MEADOWS: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
DIAMOND TANK: Ch. 11 Plan Proposes to Pay Unsecureds in 60 Months

DONALD ELARDO: Disclosure Statement Hearing Set For Nov. 3
DUCK NECK: Hearing on Disclosures, Plan Confirmation on Nov. 21
DVR LLC: DOJ Watchdog Names Joli A. Lofstedt as Ch. 11 Trustee
EASTERN FUNDING: DOJ Watchdog Seeks Appointment of Ch. 11 Trustee
EDGAR COLON: Bid to Recuse Judge Lamoutte Denied

ELBIT IMAGING: Announces Series H Notes Buyback
ELBIT IMAGING: Negotiating Possible Forward Sale Transaction
ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES: Limited Capital Raises Going Concern Doubt
ELROY JOSEPH MILLER: Unsecureds To Recover 10% Under Plan
ENCOMPASS DIGITAL: S&P Lowers CCR to 'B-' on Cash Flow Deficits

ENERGY FUTURE: Court Junks Fenicle's Appeal From 2015 Plan Order
ENERGY FUTURE: Denial of Asbestos Claimants' Class Cert. Affirmed
ENOR CORP: Hearing on Disclosures Approval Set For Oct. 27
EXPORTHER BONDED: Amends Estimate of Asset Liquidation
FANNIN COUNTY: S&P Lowers Rating on Revenue Debt to 'BB'

FANSTEEL INC: Has Until Oct. 17 to Use Cash Collateral
FDO HOLDINGS: S&P Affirms 'B' Rating on 1st Lien Debt
FERGUSON CONVALESCENT: Marketing Plan Ongoing, 6th PCO Report Says
FERRELLGAS PARTNERS: S&P Lowers CCR to 'B'; Outlook Negative
FOREST CITY: S&P Affirms Then Withdraws 'BB' CCR

FOUNDATION HEALTHCARE: Covenant Problem Raises Going Concern Doubt
FRANCISCO JAVIER SANCHEZ: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing on Oct. 27
GAINESVILLE ALF: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
GLEN HAMMER: Proposes to Pay $5K to Unsecured Creditors
GOODMAN AND DOMINGUEZ: Unsecureds To Recoup 26.9% Under Plan

GRADY COUNTY: S&P Affirms 'BB+' Rating on Revenue Bonds
GROUP 6842: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use on Final Basis
GROUP 6842: Disclosures Approved; Dec. 20 Plan Hearing Set
GROWTH OPPORTUNITY: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing on Nov. 16
HALCON RESOURCES: Enters Into Supplement Indentures with U.S. Bank

HALCON RESOURCES: Franklin Reports 37.9% Stake as of Sept. 9
HARSCO CORP: S&P Revises Outlook to Stable & Affirms 'BB-' CCR
HME HOLDINGS: Wants Authorization to Use Cash Collateral
HOPKINTON DRUG: Wants to Continue Using Cash Until Dec. 31
HORSHAM VALLEY: Sale of 7 Horsham Lots Approved

HPIL HOLDING: MNP LLP Raises Going Concern Doubt
HUDSPETH COUNTY: S&P Lowers Rating on 2014 Revenue Bonds to 'BB'
ILLINOIS: S&P Lowers Rating on GO Bonds to 'BB'
IMPORTANT PROPERTIES: Hearing on Plan Confirmation Set for Oct. 21
INNOCENT CHINWEZE: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing Set For Nov. 15

INT'L SHIPHOLDING Sale of 2 Tug Vessels for $165K Approved
INTERNATIONAL SHIPHOLDING: Wants Additional $2.1 -Mil. Financing
ISABEL TORRES: Plan Outline to be Heard on Nov. 16
ISLANDWIDE LOGISTICS: Wants Approval to Use BDE Cash Collateral
JAMES DEWAYNE MANNING: Court Approves K. Heard as Ch. 11 Examiner

JARRET CORN: Can Use Lone Star State Bank Cash on Final Basis
JOHN PRICE: Sale of 50% Interest in Selma Property Approved
JOHN Q. HAMMONS: Wants to Continue Using Cash Until Dec. 31
JOSE LIZARDI-ORTIZ: Exemption Claim Over Retirement Funds Upheld
JOSEPH OLADOKUN: Unsecureds To Be Paid in Full Under Diamond's Plan

KAISER GYPSUM: Case Summary & Unsecured Creditors
KAISER GYPSUM: Files for Ch. 11 to Resolve Asbestos-Related Claims
KEETON HEALTHCARE: Plan Supplement Says Owners to Maintain Stocks
KHANH VAN TONG: Unsecureds To Receive 0% Distribution Under Plan
LAST CALL: Taps Newmark Midwest as Real Estate Consultant

LIBERTY INDUSTRIES: Has Until Feb. 28 to Use Regions Bank Cash
LIBERTY INDUSTRIES: Wants to Use Regions Bank's Cash Collateral
LIONS GATE: S&P Assigns 'B-' Rating on $520MM Sr. Unsecured Debt
M2 NGAGE GROUP: RBSM LLP Expresses Going Concern Doubt
MARK JACKSON: Selling Scottsdale Property to Sckolnik for $365K

MCCLATCHY CO: Director Frederick Ruiz Won't Seek Reelection
MCNEILL GROUP: U.S. Trustee Wants Case Converted to Ch. 7
MCNEILL PROPERTIES: Ch. 11 Trustee Sought to Facilitate Asset Sale
MEADOWS AT CYPRESS: Voluntary Chapter 11 Case Summary
MEDIANEWS GROUP: Wants to Replace Monster's Existing Directors

MICHAEL SYLVESTER: Court Confirms Plan of Reorganization
MIDSTATES PETROLEUM: Court Confirms 1st Amended Reorg Plan
MJC AMERICA: Can Use Cash Collateral of EWB Until Nov. 10
MONGE PROPERTY: Selling Los Angeles Property to Davtian for $1M
MORGANS HOTEL: MMCAP International Reports 5.2% Equity Stake

MRI INTERVENTIONS: Files 1.6M Shares Resale Prospectus with SEC
NADLER & DARWISH: Can't Compel Bank to Release Insurance Proceeds
NORTH BEACHES: Wants to Use American Enterprise Bank Cash
NORTHERN OIL: Board Awards CFO $250,000 Bonus
NORTHERN POWER SYSTEMS: Recurring Losses Raises Going Concern Doubt

NOVETTA SOLUTIONS: Moody's Lowers CFR to Caa1; Outlook Negative
NUVERRA ENVIRONMENTAL: Has Until Oct. 14 to Refinance ABL Facility
ONSITE TEMPORARY: JRS Funding Wants to Sequester Cash Collateral
OXTON PLACE: Case Summary & 10 Unsecured Creditors
P.J. ROSALY: Wants Approval to Use BDE Cash Collateral

PACIFIC RECYCLING: Hearing on Disclosure Statement Set For Oct. 24
PACIFIC WEBWORKS: U.S. Trustee Objects to Disclosure Statement
PAGOSA PARTNERS: Has Until Nov. 30 to Use NBH Bank Cash Collateral
PALMER FARMS: Seeks to Employ Mesch Clark as Attorneys
PHILLIP MYERS: Selling Assets to Myers Engineering for $700K

PINNACLE INNOVATION: Plan Outline to Be Heard on Nov. 8
PRICEVILLE PARTNERS: Ch. 11 Plan Proposes to Liquidate All Assets
PRIME GLOBAL: Terminates Crowe Horwath as Accountants
PROGRESSIVE ACUTE: Equity Investors Seek Ch. 11 Trustee Appointment
QF LIQUIDATION: Employs Brown Wegner as Litigation Counsel

REXFORD PROPERTIES: USF&G Seeks Appointment of Ch. 11 Examiner
REYNOLDS GROUP: Moody's Retains B3 CFR on Term Loan Upsize
RIDGEMOUR MEYER: Goetz Fitzpatrick's Bid for Claim Payment Denied
RODERICK BARTON: Unsecureds to Receive 5% Within 60 Days
RONALD ZIMMER: Files Further Disclosure on Peritus' Secured Claim

ROSEWOOD OAKS: Voluntary Chapter 11 Case Summary
RYAN ROTH: Unsecureds To Get $1,000 for 40 Months
S&S SCREW: Regions Bank Wants to Prohibit Cash Collateral Use
S-METALS FL: Unsecured Will Receive Distribution of 7.7% in Plan
SAEXPLORATION HOLDINGS: Grants 622,954 Options & Units to Execs.

SEANERGY MARITIME: Inks Pact to Acquire 2 Dry Bulk Vessels
SEANERGY MARITIME: Reports Second Quarter Financial Results
SEMGROUP CORP: Moody's Hikes Corp. Family Rating to B1
SEMGROUP CORP: S&P Affirms 'B+' CCR & Revises Outlook to Stable
SFX ENTERTAINMENT: Court Approves Foreign Loan Facility Amendment

SHEPHERD I: Seeks to Employ Butler Law Group as Ch. 11 Counsel
SNEED SHIPBUILDING: Wants Insurance Premium Financing From IPFS
SON CORP: Seeks to Hire La Mega as Real Estate Broker
SOTERA WIRELESS: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
SOTERA WIRELESS: Medical Device Developer Files for Bankruptcy

SPOGAIN INVESTMENTS: Taps Pardo Gainsburg as Real Estate Counsel
SUGARMADE INC: Delays Filing of Fiscal 2016 Form 10-K
SUNEDISON INC: Says Settlement Talks With Yieldcos Ongoing
SUNLIGHT PROPERTIES: Seeks to Hire Greene Infuso as Counsel
SUPERIOR LINEN: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors

SUSAN'S INC: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use
SYNERGY RESOURCES: Moody's Assigns B3 CFR; Outlook Stable
SYNERGY RESOURCES: S&P Assigns 'B-' CCR & Rates $80MM Notes 'B+'
SYNTAX-BRILLIAN: Court Denies Amr, et al.'s Summary Judgment Bid
TEARN DEVELOPMENT: Disclosures Conditionally OK'd; Oct. 17 Hearing

TELEPRO CARIBE: PRAPI Wants to Prohibit Use of Cash Collateral
TENAFLY GOURMET: Case Summary & 2 Unsecured Creditors
TRANS ENERGY: Incurs $13.7 Million Net Loss in Second Quarter
TROCOM CONSTRUCTION: Selling Assets, Auction on Oct. 28 to 29
UTE LAKE RANCH: Janice A. Steinle Named Ch. 11 Trustee

WALKER III: U.S. Trustee Directed to Appoint Ch. 11 Examiner
WEST ALLIS-WEST: Moody's Confirms Ba1 GO Rating; Outlook Stable
WEST CABINET: Disclosures Conditionally OK'd; Hearing on Oct. 20
WESTPORT HOLDINGS II: Directed to Show Proof PCO Not Necessary
WESTPORT HOLDINGS: Directed to Show Proof PCO Not Necessary

WILLACY COUNTY PFC: S&P Lowers Rating on Revenue Debt to 'BB+'
WILLIAM BLACK: Court Dismisses Clawback Suits vs. Gallinghouse
WINGS OF MEDINA: Unsecured Creditors to Get 60%-80% Under Plan
WTE-S&S AG: Has Until Nov. 30 to Use State Bank of Chilton Cash
YELLOW CAB: Creditors' Panel Seeks Appointment of Ch. 11 Trustee

ZWEITE STUFE: Can Use $372K Cash Collateral
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262 BROAD STREET: Sale of Interest in Newark Property Approved
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Judge Vincent F. Papalia of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of New Jersey authorized 262 Broad Street Corp. to sell
its interest in real property located at 262-270 Broad Street,
Newark, New Jersey, to Jaime M. Weiss or his entity designee, for
$700,000.

The sale is free and clear of any and all existing liens and
judgments.

The Debtor's authorized representative or officer is authorized to
sign all affidavits and documents necessary to convey title at the
closing.

From the proceeds of the sale of the property, the Debtor is
authorized to pay the following:

   a. All closing costs and customary fees at the time of closing.

   b. All mortgage liens held by Roger Saunders pursuant to any
payoff letters and/or further Orders of the Court in effect at the
time of closing with liens remaining in place until such time Mr.
Saunders receives its proceeds. Mr. Saunders will not be obligated
to discharge its lien until such proceeds are received by him
Saunders, except in the event of dispute as to amount, lien will be
discharged and attached to proceeds.

   c. All tax liens held by US Bank Custodian for Actlien Holding,
Inc. pursuant to any redemption statements in effect at the time of
closing with liens remaining in place until such time US Bank
Custodian for Actlien Holding receives its proceeds.  The US Bank
Custodian for Actlien Holding will not be obligated to discharge
its lien until such proceeds are received by US Bank Custodian for
Actlien Holding, except in the event of dispute as to amount, lien
will be discharged and attached to proceeds.

   d. The Debtor's real estate attorney closing fee of $3,500 to
Steven D. Pertuz, Esq.

   e. All United States Trustee Quarterly Fees generated by the
sale of said property.

The Debtor will file Amended Schedules, if applicable, within 14
days of closing or entry of the order, whichever is later.

The final Closing Disclosure/BUD-I Settlement Statement will be
provided to the United States Trustee prior to closing to review
the exact amount of all closing costs and adjustments to be made
for the closing date.

The 14 day stay of the entry of the Order pursuant to Rule 6004(h)
will be waived.

                      About 262 Broad Street

262 Broad Street Corp. sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. D.N.J.
Case No. 15-23139) on July 14, 2015.  The Debtor estimated assets
and liabilities in the range of $0 to $50,000.  The Debtor tapped
Steven D. Pertuz, Esq. at Law Offices of Steven D. Pertuz as
counsel.  The petition was signed by Evelyn G. Morales,
president/authorized officer.


2747 CAMELBACK: Unsecureds To Recover 100% Under Plan
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2747 Camelback, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Texas a disclosure statement in support of the
Debtor's amended plan of reorganization.

Under the Amended Plan, Class 4 General Unsecured Claims --
estimated at $7,873.03 -- will get 100% recovery.

The Plan will be funded primarily from the senior agent releasing
the settlement funds to the Debtor.  This will leave approximately
$500,000 of additional funds with the Debtor to pay creditors in
full.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Sept. 28, 2016, the
Debtor first filed a proposed plan to exit Chapter 11 protection.
That plan proposed for the transfer of the Debtor's real property
and improvements located along E. Camelback Road, in Phoenix,
Arizona, to HCSLR Camelback, LLC.

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/txnb16-31846-47.pdf

                      About 2747 Camelback

2747 Camelback, LLC, based in Dallas, Texas, owns real property and
improvements located at 2747 E. Camelback Road, 2725 E. Camelback
Road, and 2735 E. Camelback Road. Phoenix, Arizona 85016.

The Debtor filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case No.
16-31846) on May 4, 2016.  The Hon. Harlin DeWayne Hale presides
over the case.  Davor Rukavina, Esq., at Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr,
P.C., in Dallas, Texas, serves as counsel to the Debtor.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $10 million to $50 million in
both assets and debts.  The petition was signed by Scott Ellington,
authorized signatory.


30DC INC: Needs More Time to File Fiscal 2016 Form 10-K
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30DC, Inc., filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission
a Form 12b-25 notifying the delay in the filing of its annual
report on Form 10-K for the year ended June 30, 2016.

"The Registrant was unable without unreasonable effort and expense
to prepare its accounting  records and schedules in sufficient time
to allow its accountants to complete their review of the
Registrant's  financial statements for the period ended June 30,
2016 before the required filing date  for the  subject Annual
Report on Form 10-K.  The Registrant intends to file the subject
Annual Report on Form 10-K on or before the 60th  calendar day
following the prescribed due date."

                      About 30DC Inc.

New York-based 30DC, Inc., provides Internet marketing services
and related training to help Internet companies in operating their
businesses.  It operates in two divisions, 30 Day Challenge and
Immediate Edge.

30DC reported a net loss of $1.59 million on $738,000 of total
revenue for the year ended June 30, 2015, compared to net income of
$58,918 on $2.35 million of total revenue for the year ended June
30, 2014.

As of March 31, 2016, 30DC had $1.15 million in total assets, $2.55
million in total liabilities and a total stockholders' deficit of
$1.39 million.

MaloneBailey, LLP, in Houston, Texas, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended June 30, 2015, citing that the Company has accumulated losses
from operations since inception and has a working capital deficit
as of June 30, 2015.  These conditions raise substantial doubt
about the Company's ability to continue as a going concern.


800 BOURBON: 2nd Reconsideration Bid in Suit vs Bay Bridge Denied
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Judge Elizabeth W. Magner of the United States Bankruptcy Court for
the Eastern District of Louisiana denied the motion filed by 800
Bourbon Street, LLC, to reconsider and amend judgment in the
adversary proceeding captioned 800 BOURBON STREET, LLC, Plaintiff,
v. BAY BRIDGE BUILDING LIMITED COMPANY, LLC, Defendant, Adversary
No. 15-1052 (Bankr. E.D. La.).

On July 21, 2015, 800 Bourbon filed an adversary proceeding
objecting to Bay Bridge's proof of claim no. 5, which claimed a
debt of $1,979,886.47 secured by a building located at 800 Bourbon
Street.

On August 3, 2015, the court approved the prevailing bid for
$8,175,000.00 in an auction of substantially all of the assets of
800 Bourbon and Louisiana Interests, Inc., including Bay Bridge's
collateral.  The court also confirmed the Second Amended Joint
Chapter 11 Plan.  By agreement among Bay Bridge, 800 Bourbon, and
La. Interests, the Order approving the sale and the Confirmation
Order provided for the release of Bay Bridge's lien on 800
Bourbon's property and the escrow of $1,649,000 of sale proceeds
subject to Bay Bridge's lien.

The Original Complaint filed by 800 Bourbon against Bay Bridge
included two (2) claims for relief: (1) Bay Bridge's lien should be
avoided pursuant to 11 U.S.C. section 544; and (2) Bay Bridge's
claim was unenforceable against 800 Bourbon because of the 2009
Plan.

800 Bourbon subsequently filed an Amended Complaint asserting two
additional causes of action: (1) Bay Bridge's lien should be
avoided due to untimely reinscription; and (2) the attorney's fees
claimed by Bay Bridge were unsubstantiated and excessive.  Bay
Bridge subsequently waived its claim for attorney's fees, so that
claim became moot.

On September 1, 2015, 800 Bourbon filed a Motion for Summary
Judgment.  The MSJ asserted that Bay Bridge's lien was avoidable,
as a matter of law.

Bay Bridge opposed the MSJ and filed a Cross Motion for Summary
Judgment.  Bay Bridge sought judgment, as a matter of law, that it
"had a valid, perfected lien on the property at 800 Bourbon Street
on the filing date, and... on the proceeds of the sale."  Bay
Bridge further prayed that 800 Bourbon's Complaint be "dismissed,
and the funds escrowed for Bay Bridge's claim released."

On November 20, 2015, the bankruptcy court entered a ruling
granting the Cross Motion of Bay Bridge and denying the MSJ of 800
Bourbon.

800 Bourbon filed its first Motion for Reconsideration on December
4, 2015, alleging that new evidence, not previously available to
800 Bourbon, had been discovered after the hearings on the MSJ and
Cross Motion.  800 Bourbon alleged that Johnny Chisholm, who is
both the member that signed the notes and mortgage and a guarantor
of the Bay Bridge debt, testified under oath that he and Bay Bridge
had reached a settlement reducing the amounts due to $750,000.00.

The court granted the motion, vacating portions of the judgment
purporting to render final judgment on the amount owed.  Pursuant
to the ruling, the court reserved for trial on the merits one
issue:  whether or not an alleged reduction, modification, or
release of Chisholm was previously granted by Bay Bridge and
affected the sums due to it by 800 Bourbon.

On January 26, 2016, 800 Bourbon filed a second Motion for
Reconsideration, alleging that Chisholm and Julian MacQueen,
principal of Bay Bridge, have conspired to commit fraud.

800 Bourbon sought to alter or amend the judgment pursuant to
F.R.C.P. 59(e).  Judge Magner, however, found that Bay Bridge's
claim was timely filed and any rush to object to the proof of claim
was a result of 800 Bourbon's own making.  "Nevertheless, a "rush"
to file its Complaint is insufficient grounds to upset a judgment.
800 Bourbon had ample time after the filing of its Complaint to
amend, conduct discovery, and if it discovered fraud, properly
plead and pursue the claim. It did not articulate a claim of fraud
in its pleadings and the evidence submitted does not support a
claim for fraud," the judge held.

800 Bourbon also sought relief from judgment pursuant to F.R.C.P.
60(b)(3), alleging that Bay Bridge's conduct prevented it from
fully and fairly presenting its case or defense.  800 Bourbon
argued that the withholding of information, specifically copies of
the cancelled checks evidencing advances to third parties,
constitutes a fraud on it and the court.  Judge Magner, however,
found that it is clear that 800 Bourbon had access to this
information without relying on Bay Bridge's production, that 800
Bourbon knew that no deposits from Bay Bridge were on its own
books, and the 2009 Plan specified where the funds were deposited.
The judge concluded that 800 Bourbon's failures simply do not
justify its claim of fraud on the court.

Lastly, 800 Bourbon sought reconsideration as a sanction for what
it characterizes as discovery abuses for failure to disclose or
supplement discovery.  Judge Magner declined to impose the
requested sanction because 800 Bourbon has failed to establish that
Bay Bridge withheld discoverable information that hampered 800
Bourbon's ability to respond to the Cross Motion.  

The bankruptcy case is IN RE: 800 BOURBON STREET, LLC, Section A,
Chapter 11, Debtor, Case No. 14-12770 (Bankr. E.D. La.).

A full-text copy of Judge Magner's September 7, 2016 reasons for
decision is available at https://is.gd/fRUTut from Leagle.com.

800 Bourbon Street, LLC is represented by:

          Alicia M. Bendana, Esq.
          701 Poydras St., Ste 3600
          New Orleans, LA 70139
          Tel: (504)517-8160
          Email: abendana@lowestein.com

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          Mark S. Goldstein, Esq.
          599 Lexington Avenue, 22nd Floor
          New York, NY 10022
          Tel: (212)549-0328
          Fax: (212)521-5450
          Email: mgoldstein@reedsmith.com

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          Catherine E. Lasky, Esq.
          Kerry Murphy, Esq.
          JONES, SWANSON, HUDDELL & GARRISON, LLC
          Pan-American Life Center
          601 Poydras Street, Suite 2655
          New Orleans, LA 70130
          Tel: (504)523-2500
          Fax: (504)523-2508
          Email: klasky@jonesswanson.com
                 kmurphy@jonesswanson.com

Bay Bridge Building Limited Company, LLC is represented by:

          Michael E. Landis, Esq.
          Stephen L. Williamson, Esq.
          MONTGOMERY BARNETT, L.L.P.
          3300 Energy Centre
          1100 Poydras Street
          New Orleans, LA 70163-3300
          Tel: (504)585-3200
          Fax: (504)585-7688
          Email: mlandis@monbar.com
                 swilliamson@monbar.com

                    About 800 Bourbon Street

800 Bourbon Street LLC, based in New Orleans, LA, filed a Chapter
11 petition (Bankr. E.D. La. Case No. 14-12770) on October 15,
2014.  The Hon. Elizabeth W. Magner presides over the case.
Christopher T. Caplinger, Esq. and Stewart F. Peck, Esq. at
Lugenbuhi, Wheaton, Peck, Rankin & Hubbard served as bankruptcy
counsel.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1 million to $10 million in
both assets and liabilities.  The petition was signed by Bobby
Warner, member.


A & ASSOCIATES: Case Summary & 15 Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: A & Associates, Inc.,
           d/b/a A & A
        951 Sansbury's Way
        West Palm Beach, FL 33411

Case No.: 16-23524

Chapter 11 Petition Date: October 1, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Southern District of Florida (West Palm Beach)

Judge: Hon. Paul G. Hyman, Jr.

Debtor's Counsel: Sherri B. Simpson, Esq.
                  1126 S. Federal Hwy, Ste 326
                  Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
                  Tel: 954.524.4141
                  Fax: 954.763.5117
                  E-mail: sbsecf@gmail.com
                          sbsimpson@simpson-law-group.com

Estimated Assets: $0 to $50,000

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Andrew Luchey, Jr., president.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 15 largest unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb16-23524.pdf


A CHICAGO CONVENTION: Unsecureds To Recover 25% Under Plan
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A Chicago Convention Center, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Northern District of Illinois a disclosure statement
to the plan of reorganization dated Sept 21, 2016.

Through the Plan, the Debtor is seeking to pay Class V General
Unsecured Claims (other than Cathay Bank) 25% of their allowed
claims on or before 90 days from the Effective Date.

The Debtor proposes to pay its creditors on their respective
allowed claims from a number of sources.  Those sources include:
(a) proceeds from the sale of the real property located at 8201
West Higgins Road, Chicago, Illinois 60631, which will pay the
Cathay Bank approximately $6,117,425.24 and Quality $100,000; (b)
Ravinder Sethi will contribute the sum of approximately $2 million
to ACCC as a capital contribution upon the date of the Effective
Date, which funds will be used to pay administrative claims
(approximately $10,000), Cathay Bank (approximately $982,574), the
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (approximately $1 million)
and unsecured creditors (approximately $2,484.25).

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/ilnb16-20463-56.pdf

The Plan was filed by the Debtor's counsel:

     Ariel Weissberg, Esq.   
     Weissberg and Associates, Ltd.
     401 S. LaSalle Street, Suite 403
     Chicago, IL 60605
     Tel: (312) 663-0004
     Fax: (312) 663-1514
     E-mail:  ariel@weissberglaw.com

                 About A Chicago Convention Center

A Chicago Convention Center, LLC, is a member-managed limited
liability company organized in Illinois on Jan. 24, 2011.  The sole
member of ACCC is Ravinder Sethi.  ACCC sought the Chapter 11
protection (Bankr. N.D. Ill. Case No. 16-20463) on June 23, 2016.


A GREENER GLOBE: Seeks Approval to Use Cash Until April 30
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Russell K. Burbank, Chapter 11 Trustee of A Greener Globe, asks the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of California for
authorization to use cash collateral through April 30, 2017.

The Debtor owns approximately 25.3 acres of real property located
at 901 and 903 Galleria Blvd., Roseville, California, that included
a closed landfill, formerly known as the Fingers Landfill, or the
Berry Street Mall Landfill.  The Debtor later split the Subject
Property into two parcels: the Landfill Parcel, which encompasses
the Landfill, and the Nursery Parcel, which the Debtor leases to
Green Acres Nursery & Supply, LLC at a current lease rate of
$23,500 per month, which is the Debtor’s only source of income.
The Landfill Parcel is unoccupied and securely fenced.

The Chapter 11 Trustee believes the following entities assert the
following secured interests with respect to the Subject Property:
  
     (1) Western asserts first and second deeds of trust against
the Subject Property;

     (2) Sherwood Sterling and James R. Walsh assert a third deed
of trust against the Subject Property;

     (3) Richard Steffan asserts a fourth deed of trust against the
Subject Property;

     (4) Daniel Sheehan asserts a fifth deed of trust against the
Landfill Parcel;

     (5) Jacklyn C. Sheehan asserts a sixth deed of trust against
the Landfill Parcel;

     (6) Regional Water Board asserts two judgment liens in seventh
and eight positions against the Subject Property; and

     (7) Placer County Tax Collector holding a statutory lien
against the Subject Property for outstanding real property taxes.

The Chapter 11 Trustee believes he may have a potential purchase
for the Subject Property on an "as-is" basis free and clear of
liens that will benefit secured and general unsecured creditors of
the estate.  The Chapter 11 Trustee requires use of cash collateral
to pay for continued operations of the Debtor and the Subject
Property as well as a potential sale of the Subject Property.

The Chapter 11 Trustee proposes to use the Green Acres Rent to
pay:

     (i) $7,608 to Western on its senior deeds of trust;

    (ii) an initial payment of $7,439 plus monthly installments of
$628 for
insurance;

   (iii) a retainer to special counsel of up to $25,000, in the
amount of $7,000 per month until the total deposited or paid to
special counsel is $25,000, to assist the Trustee with the sale
transaction of the Subject Property;

    (iv) upcoming real property taxes on the Subject Property;

     (v) $4,664 to lease fencing post-petition to secure the
Landfill Parcel;

    (vi) up to $1,000 per month for miscellaneous and contingency
expenses, not including professional fees or costs; and

   (vii) ongoing operational and Court-required expenses of
operating in a Chapter 11 case, including quarterly US Trustee fees
and a portion of the projected professional costs of the Chapter 11
case.

The Debtor's proposed Budget provides for the continued payment of
monthly amounts owed to Western on its deeds of trust, as well as
operational costs for insurance, fencing, real property taxes, U.S.
Trustee fees, professional fees and miscellaneous monthly expenses
of up to $1,000.

The Chapter 11 Trustee relates that the proposed use of cash
collateral is necessary to preserve the going concern value of the
Subject Property.  He further relates that the use of cash
collateral is necessary to manage and operate the Debtor’s
business as well as provide for a potential sale of the Subject
Property which will benefit the Debtor's estate.

A full-text copy of the Chapter 11 Trustee's Motion, dated Sept.
28, 2016, is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/AGreenerGlobe2016_1621900_89.pdf

                  About A Greener Globe

A Greener Globe sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. E.D. Cal. Case No. 16-21900) on March 28,
2016.  The Debtor is represented by W. Steven Shumway, Esq.

On June 14, 2015, the court approved the Office of the U.S.
Trustee's appointment of Russell K. Burbank as the Chapter 11
trustee.


A&A WHEELER: U.S. Trustee Tries To Block Plan Outline Approval
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U.S. Trustee William K. Harrington has filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Hampshire an objection to
A&A Wheeler Mfg., Inc.'s disclosure statement dated Aug. 16, 2016.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Sept. 1, 2016, the
Debtor proposes in its plan of reorganization that Class 9 general
unsecured creditors will get 100% of their claims.  General
unsecured creditors will receive a monthly payment of $10,000
during the months of May through November of each year during the
five-year term of the plan.

The U.S. Trustee claims that there is:

     -- discrepancy between information in profit and loss
        statement and projections; and

     -- inadequate disclosure of the Debtor's ability to pay tax
        claims and general unsecured claims under the Plan;
        inadequate disclosure of risks of nonpayment.

The U.S. Trustee states in his objection that the Debtor attaches
to its Disclosure Statement an accrual-based profit and loss
statement for the period of Nov. 24, 2015, through Aug. 4, 2016, a
period while the Company has been in Chapter 11.  According to the
U.S. Trustee, the Profit and Loss Statement reflects net income of
$47,717.34 during the relevant time period, but without a balance
sheet, it is impossible for creditors to see the Debtor's true
financial picture because the Debtor has not disclosed receivables,
unpaid payables and accrued unpaid professional fees.    In other
words, the net income reported for the relevant period would not be
synonymous with net profit, says the U.S. Trustee.

According to the U.S. Trustee, there is little historical financial
information provided that would enable creditors to see if the
Debtor is doing better or worse than it did prior to the filing.
The Debtor's Plan provides for payment to creditors over a five
year period, but its projection budget spans the period from July
1, 2016, to June 30, 2017 only.  

The Debtor identifies in Class 9 non-insider and non-subordinated
creditors with claims totaling $346,197.  The Debtor proposes to
pay these general unsecured creditors in full over the Plan Term
which is defined as a five year period, commencing from the
Effective Date.  The payments will be $10,000 per month from May
through November of each year during the Plan Term.  The U.S.
Trustee has asked the Debtor to explain the source of the income
from which the unsecured creditors will be paid in the seven months
of the next five years.  After being in Chapter 11 since Nov. 24,
2015, the Debtor has just $17,105 in its Debtor in possession
account, albeit with receivables reported of $82,232.04.

The Debtor's Disclosure Statement offers no information to
creditors that would explain how the Debtor can miraculously make
these payments, the U.S. Trustee claims.  The Plan, according to
the U.S. Trustee, also does not offer the general unsecured
creditors any collateral to secure the payments due them, even
though there is at least $150,536 of equity in the Debtor's real
estate and $189,177 of equity in the inventory and equipment.  

A copy of the objection is available at https://is.gd/cb5Cw6

                     About A&A Wheeler Mfg.

A&A Wheeler Mfg., Inc., based in Lee, New Hampshire, filed for
Chapter 11 bankruptcy (Bankr. D.N.H. Case No. 15-11799) on Nov. 24,
2015.  Judge Bruce A. Harwood presides over the case.  Franklin C.
Jones, Esq., at Wensley & Jones, PLLC, serves as the Debtor's
counsel.  A&A Wheeler disclosed total assets of $1.19 million and
total liabilities of $1.49 million.  Its petition was signed by
Angela Wheeler, vice president and CFO.


AC I TOMS: Plans To Pay Creditors in Full in Five Installments
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AC I Toms River LLC filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of New York an amended disclosure statement for
the amended plan of reorganization dated Sept. 21, 2016.

Class 2 Unsecured Claims -- approximately $748,187 in
scheduled/filed claims excluding insider claims -- are impaired.
In full satisfaction, release and discharge of the Unsecured
Claims, the holders of allowed Unsecured Claims will receive cash
in the full amount of their allowed Unsecured Claim, from the
equity contribution, payable in five installments as follows: 20%
to be paid on the Effective Date, 20% to be paid six months from
the Effective Date; 20% to be paid 12 months from the Effective
Date; 20% to be paid 18 months from the Effective Date; and 20% to
be paid 24 months from the Effective Date.  Provided however that
if the Debtor's property is sold, with respect to disputed claims,
in full satisfaction, release and discharge of the Unsecured
Claims, the holders of allowed Unsecured Claims will receive on the
Effective Date their pro rata share of the remaining sale proceeds
after payment is made in full to administrative claims, priority
tax claims and the allowed RCG secured claim.

The Plan will be implemented by either (1) the funding of the
equity contribution and the continued collection of rents by RCG to
be applied to its allowed secured claim, except for CAM, including
real estate taxes, which will be returned to the Debtor, or paid
directly by RCG to the appropriate taxing authorities, or, (2) by
the sale of the property.  The confirmation order will contain
appropriate provisions, consistent with Section 1142 of the U.S.
Bankruptcy Code, directing the Debtor and any other necessary party
to execute or deliver or to join in the execution or delivery of
any instrument required to effect a transfer of equity of the
Debtor or the property of the Debtor as required by the Plan and to
perform any act, including the satisfaction of any lien, that is
necessary for the consummation of the Plan.   

Funding for the Plan will be from either the equity contribution
and the rents generated at the Property, or the sale proceeds.   

The Amended Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/nysb16-22023-56.pdf

AC I Toms River LLC owns the real property and improvements thereon
located at 1400 Hooper Avenue, Toms River, New Jersey, from which
the shopping center commonly known as Hooper Commons operates.  The
property consists of 28 storefronts, of which 25 are occupied.  The
anchor tenants at the property are Dollar Tree, DSW and Michaels.
The property is currently the subject of a foreclosure action
commenced by RCG.  CBRE is the court-appointed rent receiver who
currently manages the property.

The Debtor filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr.
S.D.N.Y. Case No. 16-22023) on Jan. 8, 2016.  Arnold Mitchell
Greene, Esq., at Robinson Brog Leinwand Greene Genovese & Gluck,
PC, serves as the Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.


ACE CASH: Moody's Lowers CFR to Ca; Outlook Stable
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Moody's Investors Service downgraded Ace Cash Express, Inc.'s
corporate family rating and senior secured rating to Ca from Caa1.
The outlook is stable on both ratings.  The rating action follows
Ace's announced note exchange and cash tender offer, which Moody's
views as a distressed exchange and default under its definitions.

                         RATINGS RATIONALE

The downgrade of Ace's ratings follows the company's announcement
on Sept. 27, that it is offering to exchange $252 million, or 76%
of its $332 million 11% senior secured notes maturing February
2019, into new notes maturing in 2022.  An affiliate of Ace’s
sponsor JLL Partners, which holds the remainder of the notes, will
not participate in the exchange offer but will instead exchange its
holdings for the new notes as per a separate exchange agreement.
Concurrently with the exchange offer, the affiliate of the sponsor
is commencing a cash tender offer for up to
$73.5 million, which will be conducted through a Modified Dutch
Auction.  The exchange offer period expires on Oct. 25, 2016.

Moody's views the announced exchange as a distressed exchange given
1) the untenable capital structure of the company, which has a
substantial tangible equity deficit and large amounts of debt; 2)
indication of default avoidance through the extension of the
maturity of the notes, which represents restructuring; and 3)
substantial losses that Moody's expects bondholders to realize on
the Sponsor's cash tender offer.

The corporate family and senior secured rating of Ca indicates a
loss that would be incurred by Ace's bondholders participating in
the Sponsor's cash tender offer, which would be executed at
$0.45-$0.65, with an additional $0.05 premium for an early tender
done by Oct. 11.

A rating downgrade is unlikely given the current debt rating of Ca,
which reflects potential losses on the transaction.  Should the
transaction be consummated, Ace's ratings could be upgraded to
reflect the company's new capital structure with lower amounts of
debt and extended debt maturities.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Finance
Companies published in October 2015.


AGFEED USA: Court Narrows Claims in Suit vs. Former Director
------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Brendan Linehan Shannon of the United States Bankruptcy Court
for the District of Delaware granted in part and denied in part the
motion filed by K. Ivan F. Gothner to dismiss the adversary
proceeding captioned JLL CONSULTANTS, INC., AS TRUSTEE OF THE
AGFEED LIQUIDATING TRUST Plaintiff, v. K. IVAN F. GOTHNER,
Defendant, Adv. No. 15-50210 (BLS) (Bankr. D. Del.).

JLL initiated the adversary proceeding against Gothner for acts
committed during his time as a director, Chair of the Audit
Committee, Vice-Chairman and Chairman of the Board of AgFeed
Industries, Inc.  The second amended complaint alleged the
following 10 counts against Gothner: (I) Breach of Fiduciary Duty
(Duty of Care); (II) Breach of Fiduciary Duty (Duty of Loyalty);
(III)-(V) Fraudulent Transfers; (VI) Recovery of Avoidable
Transfers; (VII) Disallowance of Claims; (VIII) Recoupment; (IX)
Setoff; and (X) Intentional Misrepresentation.

Count I of the alleged that Gothner breached his fiduciary duty of
care by causing AFI to fail to fully disclose accurate information
related to the accounting fraud in China before September 2011, and
by "failing to properly supervise and monitor the adequacy of
AgFeed's internal controls..."

Judge Shannon explained that a director may be liable for breach of
fiduciary duty if he "knowingly" or "deliberately" disseminates
false information.  However, the judge found that the Trustee
failed to allege that Gothner had actual knowledge of the falsity
of the Company's statements, and that he allegedly made and acted
with scienter in making the statements.

Count II alleged that Gothner breached his fiduciary duty of
loyalty in three ways: (a) by receiving and retaining compensation
under the Employment Agreement; and by causing AgFeed to enter into
transactions with (b) Minds Islands and (c) Walston DuPont.

Judge Shannon found that the amended complaint failed to allege who
approved the Employment Agreement and as such, the Trustee cannot
rebut the business judgment rule.  Additionally, the judge also
found that the complaint did not allege that Gothner stood on both
sides of the Employment Agreement's approval, therefore it provides
no basis for a breach of loyalty claim.

Judge Shannon also found that the amended complaint failed to
allege whether Gothner had any role in the transactions with Minds
Islands and Walston DuPont, or that Gothner stood on both sides of
the transaction.  As a result, Judge Shannon concluded that the
amended complaint failed to allege sufficient facts regarding the
Minds Islands and Walston DuPont transactions to support a cause of
action for breach of the duty of loyalty.

Count III alleged that Gothner received a total of $772,000 in
salary and additional health benefits under the Employment
Agreement between January 1, 2012, and July 15, 2013, that the
transfers were made without fair consideration and that the Debtor
was functionally insolvent at the time of each transfer.

Judge Shannon, however, found that the complaint did not allege
that Gothner received any compensation that he was not owed under
the Employment Agreement, and that the Trustee in conclusory
fashion merely argued that simply because Gothner made twice as
much as the previous CEO, the payments must be excessive.  Judge
Shannon held that the amended complaint's conclusory allegations
are insufficient to survive a motion to dismiss.

Judge Shannon also dismissed the actual fraud claim in Count IV of
the amended complaint because it alleged no additional facts to
cure the defects of the original complaint.  The court had
previously dismissed the original complaint's claims that the Minds
Island Payments constituted actually fraudulent transfers for two
reasons because the original complaint did not identify who made
the alleged transfers, nor the facts and circumstances of the
alleged fraud.

However, Judge Shannon denied Gothner's motion to dismiss the
constructive fraud claim under Count IV of the amended complaint.
The judge's denial was for the same reasons as stated by the court
when it previously denied Gothner's motion to dismiss with regard
to this claim.

Count V of the amended complaint alleged that numerous transfers
are constructively fraudulent transfers under applicable state law.
Gothner's motion to dismiss with regard to this claim in the
original complaint was previously denied by the court.  Judge
Shannon again denied the motion with respect to the amended
complaint for the same reasons stated in the court's prior ruling.

Because Counts IV and V are not being dismissed in their entirety,
Judge Shannon held that Counts VI and VII do not fail to state a
claim upon which relief may be granted.

Count VIII of the amended complaint alleged that the Trustee is
able to "recoup the damages awarded to the Trustee under Counts I
through VI against any amounts owed to Gothner under his Employment
Agreement."  However, Judge Shannon explained that recoupment is a
defense, not a cause of action.  Thus, the judge held that it is
improper for the Trustee to allege recoupment as a cause of action.


Count IX of the amended complaint alleged that the "[u]nder both
Nevada and Massachusetts state law, the Trustee may setoff any
amounts owed to Gothner under his Employment Agreement against the
damages awarded to the Trustee on Counts I through V." Judge
Shannon held that because setoff is a defense available to the
debtor —- rather than a cause of action —- it is improper for
the Trustee to allege setoff in the amended complaint.  

Count X of the amended complaint alleged that Gothner engaged in
intentional misrepresentation by nondisclosure.  The Trustee
brought Count X under the theory of common law fraud.  However,
Judge Shannon held that fraud claims are personal claims that
belong to affected stockholders, not the Company and thus, Count X
must be dismissed.

In summary, Judge Shannon granted Gothner's motion to dismiss with
respect to Counts I, II, III, VIII, IX and X in their entirety, and
granted the motion with respect to Count IV's claims for actual
fraud.  Judge Shannon denied the motion with regards to the
remainder of Count IV, and the entirety of Counts V, VI, and VII.

The bankruptcy case is In re: AgFeed USA, LLC, et al, Chapter 11,
Debtors, Case No. 13-11761 (BLS) Jointly Administered (Bankr. D.
Del.).

A full-text copy of Judge Shannon's September 13, 2016 opinion is
available at https://is.gd/jIn70q from Leagle.com.

JLL Consultants, Inc., Not Individually but Solely as Trustee of
the AgFeed Liquidating Trust is represented by:

          Shelley A. Kinsella, Esq.
          Jonathan M. Stemerman, Esq.
          Eric Michael Sutty, Esq.
          ELLIOTT GREENLEAF
          1105 Market Street, Suite 1700
          Wilmington, DE 19801
          Tel: (302)384-9400
          Fax: (302)384-9399
          Email: sak@elliottgreenleaf.com
                 jms@elliottgreenleaf.com
                 ems@elliottgreenleaf.com

K. Ivan F. Gothner is represented by:

          William Pierce Bowden, Esq.
          Frederick T. Mickler, IV, Esq.
          Stacy L. Newman, Esq.
          ASHBY & GEDDES
          500 Delaware Avenue
          Wilmington, DE 19899
          Tel: (302)654-1888
          Fax: (302)654-2067
          Email: wbowden@ashby-geddes.com
                 snewman@ashby-geddes.com

                    About AgFeed Industries

AgFeed Industries, Inc., has 21 farms and five feed mills in China
producing more than 250,000 hogs annually. In the U.S., the
business included 10 sow farms in three states and two feed mills
producing more than one million hogs a year. AgFeed's revenue in
2012 was $244 million.

AgFeed and its affiliates filed voluntary petitions under Chapter
11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Del. Case No. 13-11761) on
July 15, 2013, with a deal to sell most of its subsidiaries to The
Maschhoffs, LLC, for cash proceeds of $79 million, absent higher
and better offers. The Debtors estimated assets of at least $100
million and debts of at least $50 million.

Keith A. Maib signed the petition as chief restructuring officer.
Hon. Brendan Linehan Shannon presides over the case. Donald J.
Bowman, Jr., and Robert S. Brady, Esq., at Young, Conaway,
Stargatt & Taylor, serve as the Debtors' counsel. BDA Advisors
Inc. acts as the Debtors' financial advisor. The Debtors' claims
and noticing agent is BMC Group, Inc.

The U.S. Trustee has appointed a five-member official committee of
unsecured creditors to the Chapter 11 cases. The Creditors'
Committee tapped Lowenstein Sandler as lead bankruptcy counsel and
Greenberg Traurig, LLP, as co-counsel. CohnReznick LLP serves as
the Creditors' Committee's financial advisor.

An official committee of equity security holders was also
appointed to the Chapter 11 cases. The Equity Committee tapped
Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Hammer LLP and Elliott Greenleaf as
co-counsel.

Jefferies Leveraged Credit Products and Claims Recovery Group are
represented by Lawrence J. Kotler, Esq., and Catherine B.
Heitzenrater, Esq., at Duane Morris, LLP.

AgFeed USA, LLC, et al., notified the Bankruptcy Court that the
Effective Date of the Revised Second Amended Plan of Liquidation
occurred on Nov. 10, 2014.

As reported in the Troubled Company Reporter on Nov. 7, 2014, the
Court confirmed the revised second amended plan, which was
supported by the Official Committee of Equity Security Holders.


ALLISON ROBINSON: Selling Olympic Valley Property for $2.4M
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Allison Nemir Robinson asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Nevada to authorize the sale of real property located
at 91 Winding Creek Road, Olympic Valley, California, to Steve
Lehman or assigns for the sum of $2,350,000, subject to overbid.

The property is not the Debtor's primary residence, but was
received by the Debtor pursuant to a Marital Settlement Agreement
with her ex-husband Michael E. Robinson ("Marital Settlement
Agreement").  It has been listed for approximately 3 years and was
ultimately auctioned on Aug. 30, 2016 with Mr. Lehman, the
successful purchaser.  The sale will go a long way to facilitate a
reorganization of the Debtor.  Specifically the sale will pay off a
first deed of trust having a balance of approximately $1,512,000,
and a second deed of trust payable to the Debtor's ex-husband
Michael E. Robinson, in the amount of $800,000. Furthermore, the
sale will reduce expenses associated with the property in the
approximate amount of $15,000 per month.

Under the California Residential Purchase Agreement and Joint
Escrow Instructions ("Purchase Agreement"), the proposed purchase
price is $2,350,000. The sale is to be free and clear of liens.
Close of escrow is scheduled to occur on Sept. 30, 2016.  At this
point the Debtor is in negotiations to extend the close of escrow
until Oct. 4, 2016, but as of the filing the purchaser has not
agreed to an extension.

A copy of the Purchase Agreement attached to the Motion is
available at:

    http://bankrupt.com/misc/Allison_Robinson_6_Sales.pdf

Overbidding will be allowed at the hearing on approval of the
Motion for the purchase and sale of the property. There has been no
order sought or obtained dictating the manner in which overbidding
may be conducted.

As set forth in the preliminary title report, these creditors have
secured claims against the property:

   a. The UBS Bank U.S.A. for its first deed of trust against the
property in the approximate amount of $1,515,000 to be paid in full
at closing;

   b. Mr. Robinson for his second deed of trust against the
property in the approximate amount of $800,000 to be paid in full
at closing; and

   c. Mr. Robinson for his third deed of trust against the property
in the approximate amount of $703,000.

The current sale is conducted pursuant to an agreement with
Concierge Auctions, LLC. The Debtor determined that in light of the
length of time in which the property had been listed for sale, and
the reputation and success rate of Concierge, the best manner of
proceeding with the sale was pursuant to an auction arraignment
with Concierge. Concierge conducted substantial advertising of the
property in order to insure that the maximum price was obtained.

In order to generate sufficient proceeds to pay all costs of sale
and pay off the first and second deeds of trust, there will be a
shortfall of approximately $266,000 to $325,000.  The Debtor has
reached an agreement with her parents, Claudia M. Nemir and Howard
F. Nemir to borrow the sum of $325,000 in order to consummate the
sale.  Under the terms of the agreement, the obligation will bear
interest at the rate of 0.05% per annum, will require no monthly
payments, and will be due 10 years following the date of the loan
(Sept. 29, 2016 to Sept. 29, 2026).  The loan will be unsecured and
will not have administrative priority.

The Debtor proposes to pay from escrow all of the costs of the
sale, the obligation to UBS Bank U.S.A. in the approximate amount
of $1,515,000 secured by a first deed of trust against the
property, and the obligation to Mr. Robinson in the approximate
amount of $800,000 secured by a second deed of trust against the
property.  Pursuant to the Purchase Agreement the Buyer is entitled
to an opening bid incentives credit in the amount of $180,000,
which will be credited towards the purchase price. The Debtor also
proposes to pay real estate commissions.

The Debtor does not propose to pay the obligation to Mr. Robinson
secured by a third deed of trust against the property.  The parties
anticipated that the sale of the property may be insufficient to
pay the third deed of trust and contemplated an alternate method
for payment of the equalizing payment.  For this reason also the
lien evidenced by the third deed of trust is in dispute.

Prior to the commencement of the case the Debtor entered into an
agreement with Concierge to market and sell the property ("Listing
Agreement"). Pursuant to the Listing Agreement Concierge is
entitled to a commission of 10% of the sales price.

The Debtor submits that the proposed sale should be approved.  The
sale is for fair value based upon the fact that the Property has
been listed for 3 years and the proposed sale is the best price
that has been obtained.  The sale substantially reduces the secured
debt of the Debtor, and substantially reduces the Debtor's ongoing
expenses.  The Debtor also requests that the loan from her parents
be approved in order to facilitate the sale.  The Debtor also
requests approval to pay the real estate commission as set forth.

The Debtor asks that the hearing be conducted on shortened time in
order to facilitate the close of escrow for the property.  The loan
is necessary to avoid immediate and irreparable harm to the estate
pending formal hearing.  Accordingly, the Debtor requests that a
final hearing be set on at least 14 days' notice pursuant to
F.R.B.P. 4001 (c)(2).

Proposed Counsel for the Debtor:

          Alan R. Smith, Esq.
          LAW OFFICES OF ALAN R. SMITH
          505 Ridge Street
          Reno, NV 89501
          Telephone: (775) 786-4579
          Facsimile: (775) 786-3066
          E-mail: mail@asmithlaw.com


ALTOS HORNOS: U.S. Court OKs General Payment Agreement
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Altos Hornos de Mexico S.A.B. de C.V. ("AHMSA" or the "Company"),
one of Mexico's largest integrated steel producers, reported that
the U.S. federal court for the District of Delaware (the "U.S.
Court") on Sept. 30 gave full force and effect in the U.S. to the
Company's general payment agreement (the "Restructuring Plan") and
the order of the Mexican Court approving the Restructuring Plan
(the "Lifting Order").  In recognizing the now final Lifting Order,
the U.S. Court ruled that AHMSA's assets situated in the U.S. are
immune from enforcement actions by Recognized Creditors with claims
in the SP Proceeding and further enjoined U.S. creditors with
claims in the SP Proceeding from seeking to enforce their claims
against those assets.  The ruling by the U.S. Court also allows
AHMSA to invoke the jurisdiction of the U.S. Court to enforce the
prior relief granted by the Mexican Court.

In addition, AHMSA announced that the U.S. Court on Sept. 30 (i)
recognized AHMSA's SP Proceeding as the foreign main proceeding
under chapter 15, (ii) recognized Mr. Francisco Xavier Gaxiola
Fernandez as the foreign representative (the "Foreign
Representative"), and (iii) granted related relief on a final
basis.

No objections were filed by any creditors or parties-in-interest to
AHMSA's petition for chapter 15 protection and related relief,
which was previously filed on behalf of the Company by the Foreign
Representative.  The U.S. Court ruling follows the acceptance of
the Restructuring Plan by recognized creditors at its April 18,
2016 creditors meeting and the subsequent lifting of the Company's
SP Proceeding, approved by the Mexican Court through the Lifting
Order issued on May 16, 2016.

The Lifting Order and the conclusion of AHMSA's SP Proceeding is a
final, non-appealable matter, as the applicable appeals period in
Mexico expired without an appeal having been filed and without
creditor opposition.  The chapter 15 process provided AHMSA with a
centralized venue to address matters related to its administration
of the approved Restructuring Plan and the enforcement of the
Lifting Order in the U.S.

Recognition of AHMSA's SP Proceeding as the foreign main proceeding
by the U.S. Court gives full effect and force to the Lifting Order
in the U.S., facilitating the orderly implementation of the
approved Restructuring Plan.  Additionally, the granting of related
relief by the U.S. Court enjoins all parties in the U.S. from
commencing or taking any action to obtain possession of, exercise
control over, or assert claims against AHMSA or its assets in the
U.S. in contravention of the Restructuring Plan or the Lifting
Order.

AHMSA stated: "Securing the recognition, protection and related
relief afforded by the U.S. chapter 15 process is the final step in
the implementation of AHMSA's restructuring process.  We are
excited about the future prospects for AHMSA, given the positive
trends in Mexico's domestic energy and manufacturing sectors, and
look forward to enhancing our competitive position as one of
Mexico's largest integrated steel producers with the sound capital
structure developed through the Restructuring Plan."

                           About AHMSA

Altos Hornos de Mexico S.A.B. de C.V., an integrated steel
producer, has two steel plants located in Monclova, Coahuila, and
operates its own iron and metallurgical coal mines.  Its current
nominal production capacity is more than 5 million tons of liquid
steel per year, which is then transformed into diverse finished
products.  Additionally, AHMSA operates thermal coal mines in
Mexico.  It employs over 19,000 workers in steel plants, mines and
services.


ANDREW COLEMAN: Unsecureds To Be Paid From Remaining Sale Proceeds
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Andrew L. Coleman and Shirley L. Coleman filed a disclosure
statement dated Sept. 20, 2016, describing the Debtors' plan of
reorganization dated Sept. 20, 2016.

The Class 3 General Unsecured Claims are impaired.  SEDA-COG and US
Bank on account of their deficiency claims will be paid pro rata on
the effective date of the Plan from the remaining proceeds of sale
of Ms. Coleman's interest in the Coleman's Asphalt site and the
Osceola Mills Carwash site and from the vehicles, equipment, and
inventory of both businesses.

Debtor Andrew Coleman will pay SEDA-COG on account of its Class 2A
secured claim from proceeds of a loan from his mother.  Debtor
Shirley Coleman will pay SEDA-COG on account of its Class 2B
secured claim, Members First Federal Credit Union on account of its
Class 2D secured claim, and Community Bank, N.A., on account of its
Class 2E secured claim from her pension income.

The Debtors' daughter will pay County National Bank on account of
its Class 2C secured claim from her own income.

The bankruptcy estate will pay U.S. Bank on account of its Class 2F
secured claim, any Class 1 priority claims and Class 3 general,
unsecured creditors from the sale of the real and personal business
assets of Coleman's Asphalt and Osceola Mills Carwash.

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/pamb15-04464-56.pdf

Andrew L. Coleman and Shirley L. Coleman filed for Chapter 11
bankruptcy protection (Bankr. M.D. Penn. Case No. 15-04464) on Oct.
14, 2015.


AS SEEN ON TV: Marcum LLP Casts Going Concern Doubt
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As Seen On TV, Inc., and subsidiaries filed with the U.S.
Securities and Exchange Commission its annual report on Form 10-KT,
disclosing a net loss of $46.37 million on $18.90 million of
revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2014, compared to a net loss
of $4 million on $14.73 million of revenues for the year ended Dec.
31, 2013.

Marcum LLP expressed substantial doubt about the Company's ability
to continue as a going concern, citing that the Company has
experienced recurring losses from operations since inception, which
losses have caused an accumulated deficit of approximately $49.6
million as of December 31, 2014.  At December 31, 2014, the Company
had a working capital deficit of approximately $35.5 million.

As of Dec. 31, 2014, As Seen on TV had $11.84 million in total
assets, $59.33 million in total liabilities, $2.70 million in
redeemable preferred stock and a total stockholders' deficit of
$50.19 million.

A copy of the Form 10-KT is available at:

                        https://is.gd/wfk23K

                        About As Seen on TV

Austin, Texas-based As Seen On TV, Inc., is a direct response
marketing company.  It identifies, develops, and markets consumer
products.


ASHLAND GLOBAL: S&P Assigns 'BB' CCR; Outlook Stable
----------------------------------------------------
S&P Global Ratings said that it assigned its 'BB' corporate credit
rating to Ashland Global Holdings Inc.  The rating outlook is
stable

At the same time, S&P affirmed its ratings on Ashland LLC,
including the 'BB' corporate credit rating.  The rating outlook is
stable.

"The stable rating outlook on Ashland Global and Ashland LLC
(collectively, Ashland) reflects our belief that Ashland will
remain committed to maintaining, or slightly improving, its credit
measures following the spin-off of the Valvoline Inc. Business,"
said S&P Global Ratings' credit analyst Daniel Krauss.  "Ashland
recently closed on its IPO of Valvoline, and we believe its credit
risks have diminished somewhat because it has taken an important
step forward in executing its plan for the spin-off."

The company expects to distribute Valvoline's remaining stock to
its shareholders following the expiration of the 180-day IPO
lock-up period.  With about $2 billion in revenues, Valvoline
represented over one-third of the combined company's revenues and
EBITDA.  S&P expects that Ashland will use most of the proceeds
from the Valvoline debt issuance and the IPO to repay its
outstanding debt.  Although S&P believes the Valvoline business
provided Ashland with a fair degree of diversity and scale, S&P's
satisfactory business risk profile assessment on Ashland, reflects
the company's solid profitability, leading market positions, and
geographic diversity.

The stable outlook reflects S&P's expectation that Ashland's
management will remain committed to maintaining financial policies
that support an improving financial risk profile.  Specifically,
S&P expects that management will meaningfully reduce debt in an
effort to maintain credit measures at, or slightly above, current
levels.  Given the company's satisfactory business risk profile,
S&P considers a pro forma weighted-average FFO to debt ratio of
15%-20% as appropriate for the current rating.

S&P could raise the corporate credit rating by one notch within the
next year if it believes pro forma weighted-average FFO to debt
appears will strengthen to the 20%-25% level on a sustainable
basis.  This could occur if organic revenues increase by more than
5%, combined with EBITDA margins that are 200 basis points higher
than S&P's current forecast.  Before considering an upgrade, S&P
would also need to gain more clarity regarding Ashland's financial
policies, including the potential for debt-funded acquisitions and
additional large share repurchases.

S&P could lower the rating within the next year if the company's
performance deteriorates and it believes its pro forma
weighted-average FFO to debt will likely to drop below 12% on a
sustainable basis.  This could occur if organic revenues declined
by 10% along with EBITDA margins, which are 200 basis points or
more below S&P's expectations.  S&P could also consider a modest
downgrade if it assess that Ashland's future financial policy
decisions will be more aggressive, reflecting the potential for
meaningful debt-funded shareholder rewards or acquisitions.
Additionally, S&P could consider a downgrade if Ashland's
volatility of profitability increases meaningfully following the
Valvoline spin-off, such that S&P could consider revising the
company's business risk profile assessment to fair from
satisfactory.



ASHLEY I LLC: Amended Plan Clarifies Plan Administrator's Role
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Ashley I, LLC, has filed court papers with the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of South Carolina, which contain amendments
to its proposed Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.

The amendments clarify, among other things, that the plan
administrator will be an independent party selected by Ashley I
after consultation with creditors and the U.S. trustee.

The plan administrator will be responsible for the
post-confirmation management of the company.  The identity of the
plan administrator will be filed of record within 10 business days
of
any objection deadline on confirmation of the plan.

The amendments also clarify that any Chapter 5 causes of action
would be pursued by Ashley I at the direction of the plan
administrator of the liquidating trust, exercising the trust's
authority as the sole member of the company.

A copy of the court document is available for free at
https://is.gd/gsu2lN

Ashley I's bankruptcy case is jointly administered with the case of
Ashley II of Charleston LLC, which filed a separate Chapter 11 plan
of reorganization.

                        About Ashley I

Ashley I, LLC, and Ashley II of Charleston, LLC, sought protection
under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of South Carolina (Charleston) (Lead Case
No. 16-00559) on Feb. 8, 2016.  The petitions were signed by
Prodel, LLC manager.

The Debtors are represented by G. William McCarthy, Jr., Esq.,
William Harrison Penn, Esq., and Daniel J. Reynolds, Jr., Esq., at
McCarthy, Reynolds & Penn, LLC.  

At the time of the filing, Ashley I disclosed total assets of $5.17
million and total debts of $18.71 million.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee disclosed in a court filing that no
official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the Chapter 11 case of Ashley II of Charleston, LLC.


ASHLEY II: Chap. 11 Plan Clarifies Plan Administrator's Role
------------------------------------------------------------
Ashley II of Charleston, LLC has filed court papers with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of South Carolina, which contain
amendments to its proposed plan to exit Chapter 11 protection.

The amendments clarify, among other things, that the plan
administrator will be an independent party selected by Ashley II
after consultation with creditors and the U.S. trustee, and will be
responsible for the post-confirmation management of the company.  

The identity of the plan administrator will be filed of record
within 10 business days of any objection deadline on confirmation
of the plan.

The amendments also clarify that Ashley II would pursue any Chapter
5 causes of action at the direction of the plan administrator of
the liquidating trust, exercising the trust's authority as the sole
member of the company.

A copy of the court document is available for free at
https://is.gd/IoC95J

Ashley II's bankruptcy case is jointly administered with the case
of Ashley I LLC, which filed a separate Chapter 11 plan of
reorganization.

                        About Ashley I

Ashley I, LLC, and Ashley II of Charleston, LLC, sought protection
under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of South Carolina (Charleston) (Lead Case
No. 16-00559) on Feb. 8, 2016.  The petitions were signed by
Prodel, LLC manager.

The Debtors are represented by G. William McCarthy, Jr., Esq.,
William Harrison Penn, Esq., and Daniel J. Reynolds, Jr., Esq., at
McCarthy, Reynolds & Penn, LLC.  

At the time of the filing, Ashley I disclosed total assets of $5.17
million and total debts of $18.71 million.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee disclosed in a court filing that no
official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the Chapter 11 case of Ashley II of Charleston, LLC.


AYTU BIOSCIENCE: EKS&H LLLP Raises Going Concern Doubt
------------------------------------------------------
Aytu BioScience, Inc., filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission its annual report on Form 10-K, disclosing a net loss of
$28.18 million on $2.56 million of total revenue for the fiscal
year ended June 30, 2016, compared with a net loss of $7.72 million
on $261,782 of total revenue in 2015.

EKS&H LLLP states that the Company has suffered recurring losses
from operations and has a net capital deficiency that raises
substantial doubt about the Company's ability to continue as a
going concern.

The Company's balance sheet at June 30, 2016, showed $24.34 million
in total assets, $14.26 million in total liabilities, and a total
equity of $10.08 million.

A copy of the Form 10-K is available at:

                        https://is.gd/Y6J6rz

Aytu BioScience, Inc., is a commercial-stage healthcare company
focused on acquiring, developing and commercializing products in
the field of urology.  The Company is initially concentrating on
hypogonadism, prostate cancer, urinary tract infections, and male
infertility and plan to expand into other urological indications
for which there are significant medical needs.  The Company markets
ProstaScint (capromab pendetide), a radio imaging agent indicated
to detect the prostate specific membrane antigen (PSMA) in the
assessment and staging of prostate cancer.


BASIC FOOD GROUP: Unsecureds To Recover 10% Under Plan
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Basic Food Group, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of New York a disclosure statement to accompany
the Debtor's plan of reorganization dated Sept. 21, 2016.

Class 2 Convenience General Unsecured Creditors, excluding the
landlord and former landlord, total $49,313.44.  Allowed Class 2
Claims will receive a distribution of 10% on the Effective Date.
This class is impaired and entitled to vote on the Plan.

The Class 3 General Unsecured Claim of Noah Bank in an amount of
$1,385,544.40, if allowed, will be treated as set forth, and in
conjunction with, the information in Class 1, wherein, among other
things, the interest holders will surrender their equity in the
Debtor to Noah Bank in complete satisfaction of the claim.  Noah
Bank will have the right to operate the business of the Debtor.
Class 3 is not impaired and not entitled to vote on the Plan.

The Reorganized Debtor will realize the funds to pay allowed
administration claims, allowed tax claims and the allowed Class 2
Claims from operations and the lease cancellation agreement.  All
monies will be distributed in accordance with the terms of the
Plan.  

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/nysb15-10892-90.pdf

Headquartered in New York, New York, Basic Food Group, LLC, dba
Zeytinz, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr.
S.D.N.Y. Case No. 15-10892) on April 10, 2015, listing $3.29
million in total assets and $1.5 million in total liabilities.  The
petition was signed by Jaeho Lee, president.

Judge James L. Garrity Jr. presides over the case.

Rosemarie E. Matera, Esq., at Kurtzman Matera, PC, serves as the
Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.


BENJAMIN HALL: Disclosures Okayed; Plan Hearing on Nov. 10
----------------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Joan N. Feeney of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Massachusetts has approved Benjamin L. Hall, Jr.'s
third amended disclosure statement explaining the Debtor's third
amended plan dated Sept. 6, 2016.

The hearing to consider the confirmation of the Debtor's Plan will
be held on Nov. 10, 2016, at 11:00 a.m.  Objections to the
confirmation of the Plan must be filed by Nov. 8, 2016.  Replies to
the objections must be filed by 4:30 p.m. (prevailing Eastern time)
three days prior to the confirmation hearing.

Ballots must be delivered to the Debtor's counsel by 5:00 p.m.
(prevailing Eastern time) the 10th business day prior to the
Confirmation Hearing by Oct. 31, 2016.

Benjamin L. Hall, Jr., filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the
District of Massachusetts a third amended disclosure statement
dated Sept. 6, 2016, which provides for these payments to holders
of Class 3 General Unsecured Claims:

   (i) Year 1: $39,071, with $14,335 being paid within 10 days of
the Confirmation date; and

  (ii) the balance be paid over the remaining 60 months of the
Plan
as follows: Year 2: $44,284; Year 3: $20,731; Year 4: $20,472;
Year
5: $20,213.

The Plan provides for the application of all net proceeds totaling
$797,654.36 derived from the sales of the sale of the properties
in
110 North 4th Street, Edgartown, Massachusetts 110 North 5th
Street, Edgartown, Massachusetts, to the MVSB Obligation.  In
addition, the Debtor will devote all of his net income from
Seagate, Inc., his insurance business and law practice for a
period
five years or until all allowed claims are paid in full and
provided present value compensation, whichever occurs sooner.  The
Debtor holds a total of 48% of the shares of stock of Seagate.

A full-text copy of the Third Amended Disclosure Statement is
available at http://bankrupt.com/misc/15-10973-306.pdf

Benjamin L. Hall, Jr., filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
(Bankr. D. Mass. Case No. 15-10973) on March 18, 2015.


BGM PASADENA: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Confirmation Hearing on Dec. 1
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The Hon. Sheri Bluebond of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Central District of California has approved BGM Pasadena, LLC's
second amended disclosure statement dated Sept. 19, 2016.

A hearing to consider the confirmation of the Plan and a continued
case management conference will be held on Dec. 1, 2016, at 10:30
a.m.

Any opposition to confirmation of the Plan will be filed by Oct.
31, 2016.

Ballots accepting or rejecting the Plan must be received by
Debtor's counsel at the address specified in the Disclosure
Statement on or before Oct. 31, 2016.

The Debtor will file and serve a memorandum of points and
authorities and a  declaration setting forth the results of voting
on the Plan with a copy of the ballots attached on or
before Nov. 18, 2016.

                        About BGM Pasadena

BGM Pasadena, LLC, a single asset real estate, filed Chapter 11
bankruptcy petition (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No. 15-27833) on Nov.
20, 2015.  Greg Galletly, the manager, signed the petition.  The
Debtor estimated assets in the range of $10 million to $50 million
and liabilities of at least $1 million.  James A. Tiemstra, Esq.,
and Lisa Lenherr, Esq., at Tiemstra Law Group PC, in Oakland,
California, serve as counsel to the Debtor.  Judge Richard M.
Neiter has been assigned the case.


BINDER MACHINERY: Selling Substantially All Assets
--------------------------------------------------
Binder Machinery, Co., LLC, and affiliates ask the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of New Jersey to authorize the sale of
substantially all assets by way of auction sale.

The Debtor is a heavy construction machinery distribution business
headquartered in South Plainfield, New Jersey.  Its revenues are
generated from machinery sales, rentals, parts, sales, and
services.  Employing 87 individuals and enjoying a customer base of
approximately 4,000 construction contractors, Binder has been a
profitable and successful family owned business since it was
founded in 1957.

Beginning with the economic recession in 2008 and the slow recovery
thereafter, the company encountered difficulty servicing its senior
debt with Komatsu America Corp. and Sun National Bank (the Sun
National Bank debt was later acquired by Sandton Capital Partners,
L.P.).  The Sun-Sandton debt was largely refinanced by Callidus
Capital Corp. on Dec. 4, 2015.

On Sept. 21, 2016, the Debtors filed a Motion for the Entry of
Interim and Final Orders, Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. Sections 105, 361,
362, 363, 364, and 507 and Fed. R. Bankr. P. 2002, 4001 and 9014
(I) Authorizing Debtors and Debtors-in-Possession to Obtain
Post-Petition Financing, (II) Authorizing Use of Cash Collateral,
(III) Granting Liens and Super-priority Claims, (IV) Granting
Adequate Protection to Prepetition Secured Lenders, (V) Modifying
the Automatic Stay; (VI) Scheduling a Final Hearing, and (VII)
Granting Related Relief ("DIP Motion"), which fully sets forth the
relationships among the Debtors and their lenders.

The DIP Motion further seeks authorization for the Debtors to
execute, deliver, and enter into that certain Ratification and
Amendment Agreement dated as of Sept. 26, 2016 ("Ratification
Agreement"), which ratifies, extends, adopts, and amends the
Pre-Petition Loan Agreement and the other Pre-Petition Credit
Documents.

The Ratification Agreement contains certain express covenants and
conditions pertaining to a sale process ("Sale Milestones").  In
accordance with the Ratification Agreement and the Sale Milestones
contained therein, the Debtors submit the Motion, seeking authority
to sell, assign, transfer, convey and deliver to the successful
bidder all of their collective right, title, and interest in all or
substantially all of the Debtors' assets ("Purchased Assets").

Subject to the terms of a negotiated sale agreement, the Purchased
Assets will be sold to the successful bidder free and clear of all
existing liens, claims, and encumbrances for a sum that is
determined to be the highest or otherwise best bid, which bid will
provide for, inter alia, payment the 67th day following the
Petition Date of a minimum cash amount not less than the amount
required to satisfy the Obligations owed to Callidus.

The Purchased Assets are being sold "as is, where is" with no
representations of any kind.  The Purchased Assets can be sold in
their entirety, in lots or separately in the discretion of the
Debtors in conjunction with their advisors and after consultation
with the Lender and any Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors.

The parties' target that the closing and consummation of the sale
of the Purchased Assets will occur on or before the 67th day
following the Petition Date.  The successful bidder may assume,
agree to pay, discharge or satisfy any debt, liability, or
obligation of the Debtors, provided that the successful bidder,
independent of the Debtors, reaches an agreement with the affected
creditor.

The Debtors, in the exercise of their sound business judgment, have
determined to sell Purchased Assets and believe that an open sale
process will achieve a fair market price and maximize value to
their various creditor constituencies.  In furtherance of the
objective, the Debtors' businesses and assets will be subject to a
marketing effort and only the highest or otherwise best qualified
offer submitted by a bidder will be successful.  Accordingly, the
Debtors seek the Court's approval of the following bid procedures
("Bid Procedures"):

   a. Purchased Assets: The Debtors are offering all or
substantially all of their assets for sale. The Debtors will retain
all rights and title to assets that are not subject to a bid
accepted by the Debtors, after consultation with the Lender and any
Committee of Unsecured Creditors, and approved by the Bankruptcy
Court at the Sale Hearing.

   b. Good Faith Deposit: 10% of the total proposed purchase price

   c. Bid Deadline: Nov. 11, 2016 at 5:00 p.m.

   d. Terms: The sale of the Purchased Assets shall be on an "as
is, where is" basis and without representations or warranties of
any kind, nature, or description by the Debtors, their agents or
estates, except to the extent set forth in the proposed agreement
of the successful bidder.

   e. Credit Bid: The Debtors acknowledge and agree the Lender is
deemed to be a qualified bidder without any further action.

   f. Auction: The Debtors will conduct an auction at the offices
of Dilworth Paxson LLP, 1500 Market Street, Suite 3500E,
Philadelphia, PA on Nov. 16, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. (PET).

   g. Sale Hearing: Nov. 21, 2016

   h. Sale Closing: Nov. 28, 2016

A copy of the Bidding Procedures attached to the Motion is
available for free at:

    http://bankrupt.com/misc/Binder_Machinery_48_Sales.pdf

The Debtors believe that establishing the Bidding Procedures for
bidding on the Purchased Assets will allow them to promptly review,
analyze and compare all bids received and determine if a bid or
bids are in the best interests of the bankruptcy estates of the
Debtors.

The Debtors propose that 1 business day after the conclusion of the
auction, they will file with Court a supplement outlining the
identity of the successful bidder of the Purchased Assets and the
purchase price received therefore.

The Debtors request that the Court waive the 14-day stay set forth
in Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h).

                      About Binder Machinery

Headquartered in South Plainfield, New Jersey, Binder Machinery Co,
LLC is a seller of heavy construction machinery including aggregate
equipment, paving machines, cranes, telehandlers and purpose-built
material handlers.  Komatsu, Wirtgen, Hamm, Vogele, Sennebogen,
SANY, Kinshofer, and Chicago Pneumatic are among the manufacturers
for whom Binder and Rocbin Investment Corp., its subsidiary,
provide distributor services.

The Company was founded in 1957 by the late Walter Binder.  It
employs 87 individuals and enjoys a customer base of approximately
4,000 construction contractors.

Binder Machinery Co, LLC, sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. D.
N.J. Case No. 16-28015) on Sept. 20, 2016.  Judge Kathryn C.
Ferguson is assigned to the case.

The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities in the range of $10
million to $50 million.

The Debtor tapped Anne Marie Aaronson, Esq., and Catherine G.
Pappas, Esq., at Dilworth Paxson, LLP, as counsel.

The petition was signed by Robert C. Binder, manager, chief
executive officer.


BINITA & SAPNA: Have Until Oct. 5 to Use Ridgestone Bank Cash
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Judge Deborah L. Thorne of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Illinois authorized Binita & Sapna Corp. and
1511 North Avenue Corp. to use Ridgestone Bank's cash collateral on
an interim basis, until October 5, 2016.

The Debtors are indebted to Ridgestone Bank in the amount of
$711,000 plus additional accrued and unpaid interest and other
amounts owing to Ridgestone Bank under the applicable loan
documents.  Ridgestone Bank holds a perfected, secured interest in
substantially all of the Debtors' assets.

The Debtors were directed to make an adequate protection payment in
the amount of $10,804 to Ridgestone Bank on or before September 23,
2016.

Ridgestone Bank was granted a replacement lien in the Debtors'
property to the extent that it currently holds a lien on any and
all of the Debtors' property.

A hearing on the Debtor's further use of cash collateral is
scheduled on October 5, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated September 28, 2016, is
available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/Binita&SapnaCorp2016_1602143_113.pdf

Ridgestone Bank can be reached at:

          RIDGESTONE BANK
          10 N. Martingale Rd., Suite 100
          Schaumburg, IL 60173

Ridgestone Bank is represented by:

          Michael W. Debre, Esq.
          CHUHAK & TECSON, P.C.
          30 South Wacker Drive, Suite 2600
          Chicago, IL 60606

                   About Binita & Sapna Corp.

Binita & Sapna Corp. and 1511 North Ave. Corp. each owns and
operates a liquor store under the brand Foremost Liquors.

Binita & Sapna Corp. and 1511 North Ave. Corp. filed chapter 11
petitions (Bankr. N.D. Ill. Case No. 16-02143 and 16-02146) on Jan.
25, 2016.  The petitions were signed by Akshay Shah, president.
The Debtors are represented by Timothy C. Culbertson, Esq., at the
Law Offices of Timothy C. Culbertson.  The Debtors estimated assets
at $100,001 to $500,000.



BIRCH COMMUNICATIONS: S&P Puts 'B' CCR on CreditWatch Negative
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S&P Global Ratings said it placed its ratings, including the 'B'
corporate credit rating, on Atlanta-based Birch Communications
Holdings Inc. on CreditWatch with negative implications.  S&P also
placed the 'B' rating on the company's senior secured debt on
CreditWatch with negative implications.

"The CreditWatch placement reflects the company's tight covenant
cushion under its senior secured bank credit facility as of the
second quarter of 2016 and our expectation that the company could
breach its financial maintenance covenants over the next couple of
quarters unless it is able to improve operating performance or
obtain an amendment from its lenders," said S&P Global Ratings
credit analyst Latisha Kimber.

Total debt to EBITDA was about 3.5x as of June 30, 2016, relative
to the 3.75x leverage covenant, which steps down to 3.5x on
Sept. 30, 2016.

Birch's financial performance in the second quarter of 2016 was
below S&P's expectations primarily due to lower than expected
revenue growth from the legacy business.  As such, S&P expects that
adjusted debt to EBITDA will be in the low-4x area compared to
S&P's previous expectation of leverage in the mid-3x area (not used
in the covenant calculation).

S&P will seek to resolve the CreditWatch listing within the next 90
days as additional information becomes available regarding
third-quarter 2016 performance or potential covenant relief in the
form of a credit agreement waiver or amendment.


BON-TON STORES: To Redeem Senior Notes Due 2017
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The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. said it will redeem the entirety of its
outstanding 10 5/8% Second Lien Senior Secured Notes due 2017.  The
aggregate principal amount outstanding of the Notes is
approximately $57 million.  The Notes will be redeemed on Nov. 29,
2016, at a redemption price of 100% of the principal amount
thereof, plus accrued and unpaid interest on the Notes of
approximately $21.84 per $1,000 of principal amount.

Nancy A. Walsh, executive vice president and chief financial
officer, commented, "I am pleased that the company is repaying the
2017 Senior Notes well in advance of the July 2017 maturity date.
The redemption meets our objective of reducing short-term debt and
improving our capital structure."

A notice of redemption setting forth the redemption procedures is
being provided to holders of the Notes through Wells Fargo Bank,
N.A., the Trustee under the Indenture governing the Notes.  Copies
of the notice of redemption and additional information relating to
the procedures for redemption may be obtained from Wells Fargo,
Corporate Trust Operations, MAC N9300-070, 600 South Fourth Street,
Minneapolis, MN 55402, telephone: 800-344-5128.

                     About Bon-Ton Stores

The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc., with corporate headquarters in York,
Pennsylvania and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, operates 270 stores, which
includes nine furniture galleries and four clearance centers, in
26 states in the Northeast, Midwest and upper Great Plains under
the Bon-Ton, Bergner's, Boston Store, Carson's, Elder-Beerman,
Herberger's and Younkers nameplates.  The stores offer a broad
assortment of national and private brand fashion apparel and
accessories for women, men and children, as well as cosmetics and
home furnishings.  For further information, please visit the
investor relations section of the Company's Web site at
http://investors.bonton.com.           

Bon-Ton Stores reported a net loss of $57.05 million on $2.71
billion of net sales for the fiscal year ended Jan. 30, 2016,
compared to a net loss of $6.97 million on $2.75 billion of net
sales for the fiscal year ended Jan. 31, 2015.

As of July 30, 2016, Bon-Ton Stores had $1.48 billion in total
assets, $1.52 billion in total liabilities and a $38.5 million
total shareholders' deficit.

                           *     *     *

As reported in the TCR on Dec. 4, 2015, Moody's Investors Service
downgraded Bon-Ton Stores's Corporate Family Rating to Caa1 from
B3.  The company's Speculative Grade Liquidity rating was affirmed
at SGL-2.  The rating outlook is stable.  The downgrade considers
the continuing and persistent negative pressure on Bon-Ton's
revenue and EBITDA margins which has been accelerating during the
course of fiscal 2015.

As reported by the TCR on Aug. 22, 2016, S&P Global Ratings raised
its corporate credit rating on the York, Pa.-based The Bon-Ton
Stores Inc. to 'CCC+' from 'CCC'.  The outlook remains negative.  
"The upgrade reflects our view of Bon-Ton's somewhat improved
liquidity after refinancing its A-1 ABL term loan tranche with an
extended maturity to March 2021 and enhanced liquidity from the
additional $50 million in borrowing capacity to address upcoming
debt maturity in 2017.


BREMAR DEVELOPMENT: Hires Avison Young as Real Estate Broker
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Bremar Development, LLC, seeks authorization from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida to employ
Avison Young-Florida, LLC, as real estate broker, nunc pro tunc to
September 6, 2016.

Avison Young will be held responsible for the proposed marketing
and sale of the Debtor's real property called, "Palmetto Plaza."
The Palmetto Plaza is a 21 unit single story retail strip center
built in 2009 with approximately 23,205 of rentable square feet and
a 102 space parking lot situated on 76,230 square feet or 1.750
acres of land, located at 2150 West 76th Street, Hialeah, Florida
33016-1839.

The Debtor requires Avison Young to: (a) represent the Debtor as
real estate broker in connection with the marketing and sale of the
Debtor's property pursuant to the terms of the Agreement; and (b)
conduct an auction without a stalking-horse purchaser, on customary
terms consistent with local practice, if no acceptable
stalking-horse offer is received by February 17, 2017, to obtain a
purchase and sale contract.

Avison Young will be paid with a commission of 3% of the purchase
price of the Property if Avison Young is the sole broker on the
transaction.  If a Co-Broker is involved, the commission will be
4%.  The full commission will be due at Closing.  Avison Young will
also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses incurred.

Avison Young has been advised of and agreed to accept employment by
the Debtor subject to the provisions of 11 U.S.C. Sec. 328(a) and
understands that, notwithstanding the approval of employment upon
the terms set forth, the Court may allow compensation different
from the compensation provided for under such terms and conditions,
after the completion of the employment, if such terms and
conditions prove to have been improvident in light of developments
unanticipated at the time of fixing of such terms and conditions.

John K. Crotty, associate of Avison Young, assured the Court that
the firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is defined in
Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not represent any
interest adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Avison Young can be reached at:

         John K. Crotty
         AVISON YOUNG-FLORIDA, LLC
         2020 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Suite 1200
         Miami, FL 33134
         Mobile: 305.345.9567
         Email: john.crotty@avisonyoung.com

             About Bremar Development

Bremar Development, LLC, filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. S.D.
Fla. Case No. 16-21328) on Aug. 17, 2016. The petition was signed
by Jorge D. Marrero, sole managing member. The Debtor is
represented by Kristopher E. Pearson, Esq., at Stearns Weaver
Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A. The case is assigned to
Judge Laurel M. Isicoff. The Debtor estimated assets and
liabilities at $1 million to $10 million at the time of the filing.


C&J ENERGY: Court Approves Non-Insider Compensation Program
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BankruptcyData.com reported that the U.S. Bankruptcy Court approved
C&J Energy Services' non-insider compensation program. As
previously reported, "This Motion seeks the approval, on a
postpetition basis, of the Debtors' prepetition non-insider
employee compensation program (the 'Non-Insider Compensation
Program') applicable to the Debtors' critical non-insider key
employees . . . . The Non-Insider Compensation Program -
contemplates quarterly incentive compensation to 56 Participants,
which payments are expected to total approximately $1.8 million for
the third quarter payment due on or before November 1, 2016 and
approximately $1.8 million for the fourth quarter payment due on or
before February 1, 2017.  All 56 Participants were eligible or
became eligible for the Non-Insider Compensation Program
prepetition.  Due to the general uncertainty associated with the
Debtors' chapter 11 restructuring process, the Debtors believe the
Non-Insider Compensation Program mitigates these concerns and will
motivate the Participants to remain with the Debtors, focused on
ably executing their work throughout the Debtors' restructuring
process."

                     About C&J Energy

C&J Energy Services -- http://www.cjenergy.com/-- is a provider of
well construction, well completions, well support and other
complementary oilfield services to oil and gas exploration and
production companies.  As one of the largest completion and
production services companies in North America, C&J offers a full,
vertically integrated suite of services involved in the entire life
cycle of the well, including directional drilling, cementing,
hydraulic fracturing, cased-hole wireline, coiled tubing, rig
services, fluids management services and other special well site
services.  C&J operates in most of the major oil and natural gas
producing regions of the continental United States and Western
Canada.  

C&J Energy Services Ltd. and 14 of its subsidiaries each filed a
voluntary petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr.
S.D. Tex. Lead Case No. 16-33590) on July 20, 2016.  The Debtors'
cases are pending before Judge David R Jones.

The law firms Loeb & Loeb LLP and Kirkland & Ellis LLP serve as the
Debtors' counsel.  Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP
acts as special corporate and tax counsel to the Debtors.
Investment bank Evercore is the Debtors' financial advisor and
AlixPartners is the Debtors' restructuring advisor.  Ernst & Young
Inc. is the proposed information officer for the Canadian
proceedings.  Donlin, Recano & Company, Inc., serves as the claims,
noticing and balloting agent.

U.S. Trustee Judy A. Robbins appointed on Aug. 2 five creditors to
serve on the official committee of unsecured creditors in the
Chapter 11 case of CJ Holding Co., et al.  The Committee tapped
Conway MacKenzie, Inc., as its financial advisor.


CABCO TRUST: Moody's Raises Rating on Trust Certificates to B3
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Moody's Investors Service announced that it has upgraded the rating
of the following certificates issued by CABCO Trust for J. C.
Penney Debentures:

Trust Certificates, Upgraded to B3; previously on May 30, 2013
Downgraded to Caa2

                         RATINGS RATIONALE

The rating action is a result of the change of the rating of J.C.
Penney Corporation, Inc. 7.625% Debentures due March 1, 2097, which
was upgraded to B3 on Sept. 28, 2016.  The transaction is a
structured note whose ratings are based on the rating of the
Underlying Securities and the legal structure of the transaction.

Methodology Underlying the Rating Action

The principal methodology used in this rating was "Moody's Approach
to Rating Repackaged Securities" published in June 2015.

FACTORS THAT WOULD LEAD TO AN UPGRADE OR DOWNGRADE OF THE RATING

The ratings will be sensitive to any change in the rating of the
7.625% Debentures due March 1, 2097, issued by J.C. Penney
Corporation, Inc.


CAPE COD COMMERCIAL: Will Pay Unsecureds 20% In 4 Years
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Cape Cod Commercial Linen Service, Inc., and This Is It, LLC, filed
with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts
their First Amended Disclosure Statement in relation to the Jointly
Administered Debtors' Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization.

The Plan is intended to permit Cape Cod to continue to operate the
commercial laundry business at the This Is It location in Hyannis,
in order to repay the Debtors’ primary secured creditor and to
provide a dividend to the unsecured creditors of Cape Cod.

The Debtors project that the principal amount of allowed Class 4
general unsecured claims will total approximately $2,650,000. This
includes deficiency claims of the Small Business Administration and
Mass Growth Capital Corp, as well as all other holders of general
unsecured claims.

Under the Plan, Cape Cod shall pay to each holder of an allowed
Class 4 claim a total amount equal to 20% of such Allowed Claim,
payable over four years. Payment shall be made from the cash flow
of operations. The initial twenty-five percent (25%) of the payment
shall be made on the Effective Date, and the remaining payments
shall be made over a period of four (4) years, and will be payable
in 16 equal, consecutive quarterly payments.

Class 4A consists of all general unsecured creditors of Cape Cod
while Class 4B consists of all general unsecured claims of This Is
It. The only members of Class 4B are SBA and MGCC, each of which
holds undersecured mortgages on the This Is It Property. Class 4B
creditors will receive their distributions as Calss 4A creditors,
but will receive no separate distribution as Class 4B creditors.

A full-text copy of the First Amended Disclosure Statement dated
September 14, 2016 is available at https://is.gd/iMnOOB

              About Cape Cod Commercial

Cape Cod Commercial Linen Service, Inc., based in Hyannis,
Massachusetts, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Mass. Case
No. 16-11811) on May 13, 2016.  Hon. Joan N. Feeney presides over
the case.  David B. Madoff, Esq., and Steffani Pelton Nicholson,
Esq., at Madoff & Khoury LLP, serves as counsel to Cape Code
Commercial. The Debtor's financial advisor is Bruce A. Erickson of
B. Erickson Group, LLC.  In its petition, the Debtor listed total
assets of $1.24 million and liabilities of $4.62 million. The
petition was signed by Jeffrey Ehart, president.

This Is It, LLC, based in Hyannis, Massachusetts, filed a Chapter
11 petition (Bankr. D. Mass. Case No. 16-11813) on May 13, 2016.
Hon. Joan N. Feeney presides over the case.  This Is It tapped
David B. Madoff, Esq., and Steffani Pelton Nicholson, Esq., at
Madoff & Khoury LLP, as bankruptcy counsel.  In its petition, This
Is It listed $2.20 million in assets and $3.05 million in
liabilities.  The petition was signed by Jeffrey Ehart,
president/manager.

The Debtors' cases are jointly administered.


CAPITAL INVESMENTS: Selling Broward Property to Wythe for $70K
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Capital Investments, LLC, asks the U.S. Eastern District of
Virginia to authorize the sale of parcel of improved residential
real property located at 2798 NW 15th Ct., Fort Lauderdale, Broward
County, Florida, Real Property Tax ID No. 4942 32 01 3400, to Wythe
Capital Trust, LLC for $70,000.

The Debtor and the Purchaser entered into Residential Contract for
Sale and Purchase, dated Sept. 13, 2016, for the purchase of the
property.

A copy of the Contract attached the Motion is available for free
at:

   http://bankrupt.com/misc/Capital_Investments_376_Sales.pdf

The property is encumbered by a properly perfected first position
mortgage securing a loan from G.W. Investments, Inc. ("GWI"), in
the original principal amount of $60,000.  The current balance due
in respect of the loan is in excess of the purchase price of
$70,000, so that there is no equity available to the Debtor.

Because of the substantial delays associated with the foreclosure
process in Florida, GWI and the Debtor reached an agreement under
which the Property would be marketed and sold, at the discretion of
GWI, in lieu of foreclosure.  GWI assumed responsibility for
marketing the property for sale and retained the services of Lynne
H. Gewant, a sales associate with Coldwell Banker Residential Real
Estate ("Broker"), 1 S Ocean Blvd., Suite 2, Boca Raton, Florida.
GWI agreed that it would release its lien at the closing on any
sale of the property in exchange for GWI receiving the net proceeds
of sale (after payment of all seller closing costs and unpaid real
estate taxes), less payment at closing to the Debtor of (i) a
carve-out of $1,500, (ii) all legal fees incurred by the Debtor in
connection with efforts to obtain court approval of any sale, and
(iii) the Pro Rata Quarterly Fees, all of which sums would be paid
to the Debtor's bankruptcy estate and held pending further order of
the Court.

In connection with the sale of the property, GWI has agreed to pay
a pro rata portion of the quarterly fees imposed by 28 U.S.C.
Section 1930(a)(6) incurred in the calendar quarter in which the
sale closes ("Pro Rata Quarterly Fees"); and that the pro rata
portion will be determined by dividing (i) the total amount of
disbursement in a calendar quarter resulting from the sale of the
Property, (ii) by the total amount of disbursements by the Debtor
in said quarter; and that GWI will estimate the total amount of the
Pro Rata Quarterly Fees and allocate their payment from the
property sale in consultation with the Debtor.

On Sept. 16, 2016, GWI and the Broker delivered the Contract to the
Debtor for consideration and endorsement.  The Debtor has executed
the Contract with an addendum which subjects the contract to
bankruptcy court approval in the case.  The Purchaser has tendered
a deposit of $5,000 that is being held in escrow by a title company
in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  There are no financing contingencies.
Closing was initially contemplated by Sept. 30, 2016, but the
Broker is arranging for a brief extension, and closing will occur
promptly following entry of an approval order.

The Property is being sold in "as-in" condition.  A standard
brokerage commission of 6% of the sales price is payable at closing
and the Debtor seeks approval of such payment out of the proceeds
of sale. Unpaid real estate taxes owed with respect to each
property will be paid at closing ahead of the claims of GWI.

The sale of the property will produce a small return for the
bankruptcy estate while paying off a substantial sum of the
encumbering liens and reducing potential deficiency claims against
the bankruptcy estate.  The purchase price was negotiated at arm's
length by GWI following marketing and represents the highest and
best value for the property.  Accordingly, there is a sound
business justification for approving the sales of the properties
under the terms and conditions of the contracts.

Time is of the essence in closing these sales and the Debtor would
request a waiver of the 14-day stay pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule
6004(h) to permit closing as soon as possible following the entry
of an order approving the sales.

The Purchaser can be reached at:

          WYTHE CAPITAL TRUST, LLC
          337 NE 59th Terrace
          Miami, FL 33137

                  About Capital Investments

Capital Investments, LLC, is a Virginia limited liability company
in the business of purchasing, renovating, and selling residential
real property in Maryland, Virginia and Florida.  Its sole member
is Abbas Ghassemi.

On Oct. 7, 2015, Ghassemi filed a voluntary petition for relief
under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. E.D. Va. Case No.
15-13511).

Capital Investments, LLC, sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr.
E.D.
Va. Case No. 15-13600) on Oct. 15, 2015.  The petition was signed
by Ghassemi, manager.  The Hon Judge Robert G. Mayer is assigned
to
the case.  The Debtor estimated assets of $1 million to $10
million
and $1 million to $10 million in debt.


CHARLES BRELAND: Creditors Seek Appointment of Ch. 11 Trustee
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Creditors, Hudgens & Associates, LLC, and Equity Trust Company
Custodian for the Benefit of David E. Hudgens, filed a motion
asking the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District
of Alabama to appoint a Chapter 11 Trustee in the Chapter 11 case
of Debtor Charles K. Breland.

The Creditors obtained a judicial lien, with a corresponding
recorded Certificates of Judgments, against all of the Debtor's
properties in Mobile County and Baldwin County, Alabama.

The Creditors assert that the Debtor fraudulently transferred
property in Baldwin County, Alabama owned individually by him to
his wife and to insider LLCs owned and controlled by him. In the
fall of 2015, Debtor began the series of transactions with an
intent to hinder, delay, or defraud his creditors. Some of the
effects of those transfers as they relate to creditors' rights are
that the Debtor:

     (1) can operate the properties that he transferred without
scrutiny of the Bankruptcy Court;

     (2) removed approximately $22,000 in monthly rental income
from the scrutiny of the Bankruptcy Court (approximately $12,000
from CKB Minneola, LLC, $6,500 from the restaurant, and $3,600 from
the first floor of his office building); and,

     (3) unless his creditors are successful in avoiding the
transfers as fraudulent transfers, if the case is dismissed, his
creditors can no longer proceed directly against the transferred
properties but are reduced to obtaining charging orders which
leaves them at the Debtor's mercy as to when distributions will be
made.

Moreover, Breland, when acting as Debtor-in-Possession in the
Debtor's First Chapter 11, caused income to be received by wholly
owned entities during the pendency of said proceeding, but did not
report the receipt of said funds in his Chapter 11 or the
subsequent disbursement, if any, of said funds to other wholly
owned business entities, the Creditors tell the Court.  Creditors
were therefore not informed of the true operation of the Debtor's
wholly owned entities.

Therefore, the Creditors ask for a Chapter 11 Trustee for oversight
and transparency of the Debtor's conduct of his business
transactions as fundamental to the operation of Chapter 11.

The Creditors can be reached at:

         Irvin Grodsky, Esq.
         IRVIN GRODSKY
         Post Office Box 3123
         Mobile, AL 36652
         Tel.: 251-433-3658
         Fax: 251-433-3670

                About Charles Breland

Charles Breland filed a chapter 11 bankruptcy case (Bankr. S.D.
Ala. Case No. 09-11139) on March 11, 2009. He is represented by
Robin B. Cheatham, Esq., at Adams and Reese. Mr. Breland confirmed
a plan on Dec. 10, 2010. The plan was substantially consummated on
Dec. 27, 2010.


CHESAPEAKE ENERGY: Moody's Assigns Caa3 Rating on $1.1BB Notes
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Moody's Investors Service assigned a Caa3 rating to Chesapeake
Energy Corporation's proposed $1.1 billion convertible senior notes
due 2026.  All existing ratings of Chesapeake, including the Caa2
Corporate Family Rating (CFR), and the positive rating outlook are
unchanged.  Proceeds of the offering are expected to primarily fund
repurchases and repayment of the company's senior notes due 2017
and 2018 as they become due.

"While the notes issuance should enable Chesapeake to refinance its
2017 and 2018 maturities and improve its liquidity position,
positive rating consideration for these benefits was largely
captured in advance of the company's recently concluded notes
tender, which we expected to capture a larger proportion of these
maturities than was consummated," commented John Thieroff, Moody's
Vice President.

Assignments:

Issuer: Chesapeake Energy Corporation
  Convertible Senior Unsecured Notes, Assigned Caa3 (LGD 5)

                         RATINGS RATIONALE

The inferior liquidation position of the proposed convertible
senior notes behind Chesapeake's secured bank revolver and term
loans results in the new notes being rated Caa3, one notch below
the Caa2 CFR.

Chesapeake's Caa2 CFR incorporates its weak cash flow generation
capacity at Moody's commodity price estimates relative to its still
high debt levels resulting in an unsustainable capital structure.
Greatly reduced capital spending has led to declining production
and proved reserve volumes.  Even with the increase in natural gas
prices since the first quarter of this year, the company is
challenged to generate adequate returns on capital investment and
sufficient cash flow to fund sustaining levels of capital
investment.

The SGL-3 rating is based on Moody's expectation that Chesapeake
will maintain adequate liquidity through the end of 2017, primarily
because of its committed revolving credit facility.  At June 30,
2016, the company had about $3.1 billion of borrowing capacity
available under its revolving credit facility.  The borrowing base
for the credit facility will not be subject to redetermination
review until June 15, 2017, and the company has received covenant
relief through June 30, 2017, with gradual step ups in the
covenants thereafter.  This should provide adequate headroom for
covenant compliance through the end of 2017.

At Sept. 27, 2016, Chesapeake had $1.23 billion of debt maturing or
that can be put to the company in 2017 and 2018; proceeds from the
new issue are expected to be used to address these obligations.
Moody's expects that Chesapeake will maintain adequate borrowing
capacity on its revolver to fund the remaining 2017 debt maturities
and anticipated negative free cash flow through the end of 2017.
Despite continued reductions in capital spending, Moody's forecasts
continued negative free cash flow based on our commodity price
estimates.  Completion of further asset sales in line with the
company's revised targets for this year will provide further
cushion for maintaining adequate liquidity, including the revolver
covenant requirement that Chesapeake maintain minimum liquidity of
$500 million (cash and cash equivalents and available revolver
borrowing capacity).

The positive outlook reflects the company's better than expected
execution on assets sales to date, the benefits of the pending
Barnett Shale divestiture and related gathering contract
termination with Williams Partners (Baa3 negative), the improvement
in its liquidity, and line of sight for more asset sales to fund
further deleveraging.  If Chesapeake can complete additional asset
sales, further reduce debt and improve its cash flow then the
ratings could be upgraded.  Cash flow coverage of interest
sustained above 1.5x could support a ratings upgrade.  On the
contrary, if Chesapeake's asset sales momentum were to decelerate
or proceeds from the proposed convertible notes issue aren't
primarily used to fund debt retirement, and its liquidity
deteriorate more rapidly than expected in advance of its upcoming
debt maturities then the ratings could be downgraded.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Global
Independent Exploration and Production Industry published in
December 2011.

Chesapeake Energy Corporation is headquartered in Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma and is one of the largest independent exploration and
production companies in North America.


CHINA BAK: Dismisses Crowe Horwath as Accountants
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China BAK Battery, Inc., was advised that the Company's independent
registered public accounting firm, Crowe Horwath (HK) CPA Limited,
will no longer provide audit and assurances services to public
companies subject to the statutes and regulations of the United
States effective as of Oct. 1, 2016.  Accordingly, the Company,
with the approval of its audit committee of Board of Directors,
dismissed CHHK as its independent registered public accounting
firm, effective Sept. 29, 2016.

CHHK's reports on the financial statements of the Company for the
fiscal years ended Sept. 30, 2015, and 2014 did not contain any
adverse opinion or disclaimer of opinion, nor were they qualified
or modified as to uncertainty, audit scope or accounting
principles, except that its report for each of the fiscal years
ended Sept. 30, 2015 and 2014 contained an emphasis of matter
paragraph regarding the Company's ability to continue as a going
concern.

During the Company's fiscal years ended Sept. 30, 2015, and 2014
and through Sept. 29, 2016, there were no disagreements with CHHK
on any matter of accounting principles or practices, financial
statement disclosure, or auditing scope or procedure which
disagreements, if not resolved to CHHK's satisfaction, would have
caused them to make reference to the subject matter in connection
with their report on the Company's consolidated financial
statements for those periods.  Furthermore, no reportable events as
described in paragraphs (a)(1)(v)(A)-(D) of Item 304 of Regulation
S-K occurred within the periods covered by CHHK's reports on the
Company's consolidated financial statements, or subsequently up to
the date of CHHK's dismissal.

On Sept. 29, 2016, concurrent with the dismissal of CHHK, the
Company, upon the approval of the Audit Committee, engaged DCAW
(CPA) Limited as the Company's independent registered public
accounting firm, effective immediately.

The director formerly responsible for the Company's account at CHHK
will join DCAW, and will be the director responsible for the
Company's account at that firm.

During the Company's two most recent fiscal years ended Sept. 30,
2015, and 2014 and through Sept. 29, 2016, neither the Company nor
anyone on its behalf consulted DCAW.

                        About China BAK

China BAK Battery conducted business through BAK International
Limited and its subsidiaries that produced prismatic cells,
cylindrical cells, lithium polymer cells and high power lithium
batters.  The BAK International business was foreclosed on
June 30, 2014.  Consequently, China BAK is looking to develop,
manufacture and sell energy high power lithium batteries primarily
for electric vehicles when its Dalian, China manufacturing
facilities start to operate in the first quarter of 2015.

China BAK reported net profit of US$15.9 million for the year
ended Sept. 30, 2015, compared to net profit of US$37.8 million
for the year ended Sept. 30, 2014.

As of June 30, 2016, the Company had US$82.5 million in total
assets, US$67.4 million in total liabilities and US$15.1 million in
total shareholders' equity.

Crowe Horwath (HK) CPA Limited, in Hong Kong, China, issued a
"going concern" qualification on the consolidated financial
statements for the year ended Sept. 30, 2015, citing that the
Company has a working capital deficiency, accumulated deficit from
recurring net losses and significant short-term debt obligations
maturing in less than one year as of Sept. 30, 2015.  All these
factors raise substantial doubt about its ability to continue as a
going concern.


CHRISTOPHER RIDGEWAY: Sale of 2 Vehicles to Everett Buick Approved
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Judge Elizabeth W. Magner of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of Louisiana authorized Christopher Martin
Ridgeway to sell his 2008 GMC Yukon Denali for $18,000 and 2011
Toyota Highlander for $22,500 to Everett Buick GMC.

The sale is "as is, where is" without warranty of any kind
whatsoever, and free and clear of liens, claims, interests and
encumbrances.

Christopher Martin Ridgeway filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. E.D. La. Case No. 16-10643) on March 23, 2016, and is
represented by attorneys at Adams and Reese, LLP.


CHRISTOPHER RIDGEWAY: Sale of Yellowfin Yacht for $87.5K Approved
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Judge Elizabeth W. Magner of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of Louisiana authorized Christopher Martin
Ridgeway to sell his 2012 Yellowfin Yacht, Identification No.
YFY24203F212, Vessel Registration No. FL3416PJ, to Bart Knellinger
for $87,500.

The sale is free and clear of liens, claims, interests and
encumbrances.

From the proceeds of the sale of the Yellowfin Yacht, the Debtor is
authorized to pay in full the lien of U.S. Bank.  All excess
proceeds will be held by Debtor's counsel in trust until
confirmation of the plan and disbursements are to be made to
creditors.

Christopher Martin Ridgeway filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. E.D. La. Case No. 16-10643) on March 23, 2016, and is
represented by attorneys at Adams and Reese, LLP.


COMPASSIONATE HEALTH CARE: Court Confirms Plan of Reorganization
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The Hon. Andrew B. Altenburg, Jr., of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the District of New Jersey has entered an order finally approving
Compassionate Health Care Inc. A Home Health Agency's disclosure
statement and confirming the Debtor's plan of reorganization.

Under the Plan, Class 4 General Unsecured Claims totaling
approximately $231,414.02 are impaired.  A total payment of
$10,339.42 throughout the Plan will be paid on a pro rata basis.
Monthly payments will commence the first day of the first calendar
month after the Effective Date and continuing for 60 months.

The Debtor will continue to operate its business providing home
care to its clients.  The Debtor continues to grow its operations
and will, based on the Debtor's projections, generate sufficient
revenue to make the monthly distributions required under the Plan.
The Debtor is confident that, without collections efforts of its
current creditors, it will be able to maintain sufficient revenue
to continue making the distributions and to meet its ongoing
operating expenses.  The distributions will be made through a
graduated series of monthly payments.

On the confirmation date of the Plan, all property of the Debtor
will revert, free and clear of all claims and equitable interests
to the Debtor except as provided in the Plan and except as to the
claims, tax liens, interests, and rights of the U.S., the
Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, and the City of Philadelphia.
The Debtor expects to have sufficient cash on hand to make the
payments required on the Effective Date.

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/njb16-12166-142.pdf

The Plan was filed by the Debtor's counsel:

     Nella M. Bloom, Esq.
     Thomas D. Bielli, Esq.
     David M. Klauder, Esq.
     Bielli & Klauder, LLC
     1500 Walnut Street, Suite 900
     Philadelphia, PA 19102
     Tel: 267-630-2466
     Fax: 215-754-4177
     E-mail: nbloom@bk-legal.com
             tbielli@bk-legal.com
             dklauder@bk-legal.com

                 About Compassionate Health Care

Compassionate Health Care Inc. A Home Health Agency operates in New
Jersey and Pennsylvania as a home health agency, providing
assistance, caretaking, and companionship to elderly clients.  The
Debtor currently employs approximately 138 employees consisting of
part-time care givers with the remainder providing administrative
services.

The Debtor sought protection under Chapter 11 of the (Bankr. D.N.J.
Case No. 16-12166) on Feb. 5, 2016.  The Debtor tapped Nella M.
Bloom, Esq., of Bloom & Bloom, LLC, as its counsel.


CONDO 64: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use Until Nov. 22
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Judge James J. Tancredi of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Connecticut authorized Condo 64, LLC, to use American
Eagle Financial Credit Union's cash collateral from Sept. 23, 2016
and continuing through Nov. 22, 2016.

The Debtor's property consists of 67 of the 112 condominium units
and the leases and rents in connection therewith at the location
known as 505-509 Burnside Avenue, East Hartford, Connecticut.

Judge Tancredi acknowledged that it is essential to the Debtor's
business and operations that it obtains an order to use cash on
hand and rental payments from the Debtor's operation of the
Property, all of which are subject to the liens and security
interests of American Eagle Financial Credit Union to pay ordinary
course of business expenses including insurance, property
maintenance, employees, repairs, utilities, common interest charges
and taxes.

The Debtor is indebted to American Eagle Financial Credit Union in
the amount of $2,489,101 with accrued interest of $276,423,
together with late charges, attorneys' fees, and such other amounts
as may be outstanding under the Loan Documents.

Judge Tancredi authorized the debtor to use cash collateral in the
ordinary course of its business up to the maximum amount of
$95,658, to be disbursed for payment of the expenses set forth on
the approved budgets.

American Eagle Financial Credit Union was granted replacement liens
in all prepetition property of the Debtor as it existed on the
Petition Date, as well as all property acquired by the Debtor after
the Petition Date.

The Debtor was directed to pay American Eagle Financial Credit
Union the sum of $7,600 for the months of October and November over
the next 60 days.

A final hearing on the Debtor's use of cash collateral is scheduled
on Nov. 16, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Order dated Sept. 28, 2016, is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/Condo64LLC2015_1521797_122.pdf

                        About Condo 64

Condo 64, LLC, filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Conn. Case
No. 15-21797) on Oct. 16, 2015.  The petition was signed by Oliver
C. Pinkard, managing member.  The Debtor is represented by Kaitlin
M. Humble, Esq. and Craig I. Lifland, Esq., at Halloran & Sage LLP.
The case is assigned to Judge Ann M. Nevins.  The Debtor disclosed
total assets at $4.6 million and total liabilities at $3.1 million
at the time of the filing.


CONTROL SYSTEMS: Proposes to Pay $300K for Unsecured Claims
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Mark H. Flener filed, on behalf of Control Systems Design and
Automation, Inc., a disclosure statement, which estimates that
there are 32 allowed unsecured claims entitled to treatment as
Class 4 claims, and the total amount of Class 4 claims is
approximately $1,938,042.

This class will be paid pro rata, without interest, over a term of
60 months the sum of $5,000 per month, for a total of $300,000.

The Debtor will fund its Plan through the continued operation of
its business. Upon the Effective Date, all of the assets of the
Estate will be revested in the Debtor, and the Debtor shall have
the right to manage its own assets and conduct its own business in
the ordinary course, subject to the Debtor's obligations and duties
as set forth in the Plan.

A full-text copy of the Amended Disclosure Statement dated
September 14, 2016 is available at https://is.gd/5DdWrh

       About Control Systems Design

Control Systems Design and Automation, Inc., provides electrical
and mechanical engineering services to factories.

The Debtor sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. W. D. Ky. Case No. 16-10373) on April 20, 2016.  The
petition was signed by Robert Scheidegger, authorized
representative.  

The case is assigned to Judge Joan A. Lloyd.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $518,289 in assets
and $2.24 million in liabilities.


COSI INC: Seeks Court Authorization to Use Cash Collateral
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Cosi, Inc., and its affiliated debtors ask the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Massachusetts for authorization to use
cash collateral.

The Debtor entered into a series of financing transactions with
three senior lenders, Milfam II LP, AB Opportunity Fund LLC, and AB
Value Partners, L.P., known as the 2014 Financing.  

In connection with the 2014 Financing, the Debtor executed
promissory notes in favor of the Senior Secured Lenders, which have
the following current principal balances:

          Senior Secured Lender           Amount
          ---------------------           ------
              Milfam                    $5,000,000
           AB Opportunity               $2,000,000
             AB Value                     $500,000

The Senior Secured Lenders and the Debtor have reached an
agreement, which provides, among others:

     (1) the Senior Secured Lenders will fund the Debtors'
operations during the Chapter 11 case;

     (2) the Senior Secured Lenders will be the stalking horse
bidder for the purchase of the Debtors out of Chapter 11; and

     (3) the Senior Secured Lenders will be restricted regarding
their ability to credit bid in the sale process.

The Senior Secured Lenders have agreed to make postpetition loans
of up to $4.1 million to the Debtors to fund operations during the
Chapter 11 cases, on the terms set in the Debtor's DIP Motion.  The
Senior Secured Lenders will receive liens on substantially all of
the Debtors' assets to secure the DIP Loan.

The Debtors submitted their proposed Budget, which spans the
duration of the Debtor's expedited operations from the Petition
Date through the week beginning Dec. 26, 2016.  The Debtors
anticipate closing the sale transaction during the week of Nov. 28,
2016.

The Debtor contends that the purchase price offered by the Senior
Secured Lenders for the Debtors' business is $6.80 million.  The
Debtors believe that the sale will produce a return for unsecured
creditors, particularly if the liens of the Senior Secured Lenders
are avoided or compromised.  The Debtors estimate that after
repayment of the DIP Loan and cure costs, as much as $1.2 million
may be available to the estate.

The Debtors contend that in light of the Senior Secured Lenders'
consent to the Debtor's use of cash collateral and the replacement
lines that will be granted to them their interests are adequately
protected.

The Debtor's proposed Budget covers a 13-week period, beginning
Oct. 3, 2016 and ending on Dec. 26, 2016.  The Budget provides
total expenses in the amount of $19.2 million for the entire
13-week period.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated Sept. 28, 2016, is
available at http://bankrupt.com/misc/CosiInc2016_1613704_8.pdf

A full-text copy of the Debtor's proposed Budget, dated Sept. 28,
2016, is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/CosiInc2016_163704_8_1.pdf

Cosi, Inc. and its affiliated Debtors are represented by:

          Joseph H. Baldiga, Esq.
          Paul W. Carey, Esq.
          MIRICK, O'CONNELL, DEMALLIE & LOUGEE, LLP
          1800 West Park Drive, Suite 400
          Westborough, MA 01581-3926
          Telephone: (508) 898-1501
          E-mail: bankrupt@mirickoconnell.com
                  pcarey@mirickoconnell.com

                     About Cosi, Inc.

Cosi -- http://www.getcosi.com/-- is an international fast casual  
restaurant company.  There are currently 45 Company-owned and 31
franchise restaurants operating in fourteen states, the District of
Columbia, Costa Rica and the United Arab Emirates.

Cosi, Inc. and its affiliated debtors filed chapter 11 petitions
(Bankr. D. Mass. Case No. 16-13704-MSH) on Sept. 28, 2016.  The
Debtors are represented by Joseph H. Baldiga, Esq. and Paul W.
Carey, Esq., at Mirick, O'Connell, DeMallie & Lougee, LLP.


CROSSFIRE MANUFACTURING: Files Amended Disclosure Statement
-----------------------------------------------------------
Crossfire Manufacturing, LLC, on Sept. 20 filed its latest
disclosure statement, which provides information concerning the
treatment of tax claims of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
under its Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.  

According to the disclosure statement, if after a hearing the
bankruptcy court determines that Crossfire owes franchise taxes to
the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts for 2013, the company will
pay those taxes in full.

Moreover, the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts' unsecured claim
for penalty will be treated as an unsecured claim in Class 8.

The document also discloses additional information about the
implementation of the restructuring plan.

According to the disclosure statement, Crossfire will continue to
operate its custom metal fabrication business out of its
manufacturing facility on 5018 East Highway 62/82, Lubbock, Texas.


Currently, the company has projects located in Lexington, Nebraska
and Levelland, Texas.  The projects will last for the remaining
portion of 2016 and continue into 2017.  Crossfire projects that
total revenue for the two projects to be realized in 2016 and 2017
equals approximately $1 million.  

Crossfire will supplement the disclosure statement upon approval
and prior to circulation to all creditors and other parties with
its projected cash flows for August 2016 through September 2017.
Crossfire has also entered bids on additional projects to continue
operations into 2017 and 2018.

Crossfire continuously bids for projects both in Texas and
throughout the United States.  As part of its restructuring plan,
the company will continue to bid on projects and accept projects so
that it is working on at least two projects at any given time
throughout the year.

Historically, Crossfire's gross margin on a project has been
approximately 20% with a net profit margin of 10%.  Based on its
business model, the company projects that it will be able to
maintain these levels of gross margins and net profit margins on
all new projects it acquires post-confirmation and during the life
of the plan.

Through its continued business operations, Crossfire will make its
plan payments, including the lease payment on the facility. The
company will also continue to make bids for new projects, according
to the disclosure statement.

A copy of the latest disclosure statement is available for free at

https://is.gd/7t9qFV

                 About Crossfire Manufacturing

Crossfire Manufacturing, LLC, and its owners Clifford and Kathryn
Holland sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code
(Bankr. N. D. Texas Lead Case No. 16-50070) on March 28, 2016.  The
petition was signed by Clifford B. Holland, manager.  

At the time of the filing, Crossfire Manufacturing estimated its
assets at $500,000 to $1 million and debts at $1 million to $10
million.


CRYSTAL WATERFALLS: Bidding Procedures for Covina Property Okayed
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Judge Ernest M. Robles of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central
District of California authorized the bidding procedures that will
govern Crystal Waterfalls, LLC's sale of real property and
improvements located at 1211 East Garvey Street, Covina,
California, bearing assessor's parcel numbers 8447-031-045 and APN
8447-031-053, upon which the Debtor operates a Park Inn by Radisson
hotel to PFM Ltd./Hillary Shockley, et al. and/or assignee, for the
aggregate amount of $25,000,000, subject to overbid.

A hearing on the Motion was held on Sept. 23, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.

Under the Sales Procedures, only Qualified Bidders may participate
in the sale process. To be a "Qualified Bidder", a person or entity
that is interested in purchasing the Assets must submit to Debtor's
counsel, Ian S. Landsberg, Esq., Landsberg Law, APC, 9300 Wilshire
Blvd., Suite 565, Beverly Hills, CA, Telephone (310) 409-2228,
Facsimile (310) 409-2380; ian@landsberg-law.com, an "Alternative
Bid" so that it is received 7 calendar days prior to the Sale
Hearing.

The initial Alternative Bid will be in the amount of at least
$750,000 more than the Purchase Price of $25,000,000.  Qualified
Bidders are those prospective bidders who deliver to the Debtor's
counsel (i) a good funds deposit in the amount of 3% of the
Purchase Price, which is $750,000; (ii) written evidence from a
third party reasonably satisfactory to the Debtor of its financial
ability to perform the obligations under the Purchase Agreement;
(iii) a form of a proposed purchase and sale agreement for the
Alternative Bid (solely in the event that the Alternative Bid is
based upon terms and conditions that are materially different from
the terms and conditions of the Purchase Agreement); and (iv) a
written statement signed by the Qualified Bidder agreeing that such
Alternative Bid, if successful at the hearing on the sale motion,
will be bound by the terms of the Purchase Agreement.  No
Alternative Bids that are contingent as to financing will be
considered.

The hearing to approve the Sale Motion will take place on Nov. 18,
2016 at 1:30 p.m. ("Sale Hearing") in Courtroom 1568 of the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court, Central District, Los Angeles Division, located
at 255 E. Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA.

If Alternative Bids are received from Qualified Bidders, the
Debtors will conduct an auction ("Auction") for a sale of the
Assets on Nov. 15, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. at the offices of Debtor's
counsel, Landsberg Law, APC, located at 9300 Wilshire Blvd., Suite
565, Beverly Hills, CA.

Only a Qualified Bidder who has submitted an Alternative Bid will
be eligible to participate at the Auction.  At such Auction,
Purchaser and Qualified Bidders will be permitted to increase their
bids. In the event there is at least one Qualified Bidder, the
Debtor will conduct an Auction (i) with each successive overbid to
be in not less than $200,000 increments, and (ii) setting any such
additional procedural rules that it determines to be reasonable
under the circumstances for conducting the Auction.

Upon conclusion of an Auction, the Debtor will (i) review each
Alternative Bid on the basis of financial and contractual terms and
the factors relevant to the sale process, including those factors
affecting the speed and certainty of consummating the Sale and (ii)
identify the highest and otherwise best offer ("Successful Bid").
The Debtors will then request at the Sale Hearing that the Court
approve the Sale to the individual/entity with the Successful Bid
("Successful Bidder").  The Debtors may adopt rules for the bidding
process that are not inconsistent with any of the provisions of the
Bankruptcy Code, any Bankruptcy Court Order, or these Sale
Procedures.

Following the hearing on the Sale Motion, if such Successful Bidder
fails to consummate an approved sale because of a breach or failure
to perform on the part of such Successful Bidder, (a) it will
forfeit its good funds deposit to the Debtor and the Debtors may
pursue any and all of its options at law and in equity with respect
to such breach and (b) the next highest or otherwise best
Alternative Bid, as disclosed at the Sale Hearing, will be deemed
to be the Successful Bid and the Debtor will be authorized to
effectuate such sale without further order of the Bankruptcy Court
or (c) the Debtor may reschedule the Auction to a later date and
time convenient to the Court.

The second highest and alternative bid, or any Alternative Bid that
is designated by the Bankruptcy Court as a "backup" bid at the
hearing on the Sale Motion, will remain binding upon the offer or
as an Alternative Bid, and in the event the successful bidder fails
to close as required, such Alternative Bid will be deemed accepted
by the Debtor and approved by the Bankruptcy Court.  In the event
the Debtor intends to proceed with a closing with respect to any
bid designated by the Bankruptcy Court as a "backup" bid at the
hearing on the Sale Motion, the Debtor will provide to the party
whose bid was designated as a "backup" bid not less than 10 days
prior written notice of the date set for the closing with respect
to such "backup" bid.

Debtor will serve on all creditors, a Notice of the Auction and
Hearing on the Debtor's proposed sale no later than 7 calendar days
after entry of the Order.

Objections, if any, to the Sale Motion will be filed and served on
Debtor's counsel no later than 14 days before the Sale Hearing.
Replies, if any, thereto will be filed and served on the objecting
party no later than 7 days before the Sale Hearing.

                    About Crystal Waterfalls

Crystal Waterfalls LLC owns real property in Covina, California, on
which it currently operates a hotel known as the Park Inn by
Radisson.  Situated in the heart of Southern California, the Hotel
is just east of downtown Los Angeles at the base of the San
Gabriel Mountains, and a short distance from West Covina, San
Dimas, Irwindale, City of Industry, Pomona, and Ontario, and many
major attractions (such as amusement parks, the Pomona Fairplex,
and Irwindale Speedway).  The Hotel includes 258 rooms (50 of which
require certain forms of rehabilitation and currently are not in
use), and has a fitness center, an outdoor heated swimming pool and
whirlpool, and 9,000 square feet of meeting space.

Facing an imminent foreclosure sale by its senior lender, Crystal
Waterfalls LLC filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case
No. 15-27769) in Los Angeles, California, on Nov. 19, 2015. Judge
Ernest M. Robles presides over the case. The petition was signed
by Lucy Gao, managing member.

Crystal Waterfalls currently has two members: (1) Lucy Gao, who
serves as the Debtor's managing member; and (2) Golden Bay
Investments LLC, a California limited liability company ("Golden
Bay").  Ms. Gao is the sole and managing member of Golden Bay.

The Debtor disclosed $52.5 million in assets and $71.4 million in
liabilities in its schedules.  The schedules say that the Covina,
California hotel property is worth $52 million.

The Debtor received approval to employ Landsberg Law, APC, as
bankruptcy counsel.

The U.S. Trustee has filed a motion seeking to convert Crystal
Waterfalls' bankruptcy case to a Chapter 7 case, or to dismiss the
case.


CYRUS WAY HOLDINGS: No Distribution To Be Made For Unsecureds
-------------------------------------------------------------
Cyrus Way Holdings, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Western District of Washington a disclosure statement dated
Sept. 21, 2016.

Class 4 General Unsecured Class are impaired under the Plan of
Reorganization.  The Debtor listed no other unsecured claims in its
schedules and no proofs of claim have been filed.  Accordingly, the
Debtor reserves the right to amend this document up until the time
of the hearing on confirmation of the Plan.  As there are no
general unsecured creditors, no distribution will be made.

Payments and distributions under the Plan will be funded by the
rental of the commercial building located at 11709 Cyrus Way
Holdings, LLC.  At present, Western Industrial, Inc., is the
building's primary tenant, and they are in Chapter 7 proceedings.
There will be a recovery of assets in that case and the Debtor
expects to receive a distribution in or around December 2016.  If
no payment is forthcoming from Western Industrial, Inc., or if the
lease is rejected by the trustee, the Debtor will pursue a new
tenant.  Accordingly, the Debtor has signed an exclusive lease
listing agreement with Windermere Commercial NW.  As a last resort
and in the alternative, if the Debtor is unable to resume its
regular monthly mortgage payments, the Debtor may sell the property
on or before 60 months from the effective date of confirmation of
this Plan.

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/wawb16-13356-22.pdf

Cyrus Way Holdings LLC, based in Mukilteo, Washington, filed a
Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. W.D. Wash. Case No. 16-13356) on June
24, 2016.  The Hon. Timothy W. Dore presides over the case.  Larry
B. Feinstein, Esq., of Vortman & Fenstein, P.S., serves as
bankruptcy counsel.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1 million to $10 million
both in assets and liabilities.  The petition was signed by Mark L.
Jackson, owner.


CYU LITHOGRAPHICS: Wants to Use Cash Collateral of RM Machinery
---------------------------------------------------------------
CYU Lithographics, Inc., doing business as Choice Lithographics,
seeks authority from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central
District of California to use the cash collateral of RM Machinery,
Inc.

The Debtor tells the Court that it currently operates a printing
company which requires the use of cash collateral to maintain its
operations, pay ordinary operating expenses, and replenish its
inventory.  The Debtor further tells the Court that in order to
maintain operations without disruption, the Debtor must be
permitted to pay in the ordinary course of business, among others,
its employees, contractors, landlords, vendors, utility providers,
and suppliers.

The Debtor asserts that the single entity with an asserted interest
in the Debtor's cash collateral is RM Machinery, Inc.  The Debtor
further asserts that it has initially entered into a blanket
Security Agreement with MAC Funding to assure repayment of certain
lease agreements for a Mitsubishi Diamond 3000S Six Color Sheetfed
Printing Press (two presses in total), which were subsequently
assigned to RM Machinery.  Currently, RM Machinery maintains a
blanket security interest in Debtor’s assets to secure repayment
of these leases.

The Debtor contends that RM Machinery's asserted interest in cash
collateral would be adequately protected by a combination of:

   (a) the continued operation of the Debtor's business;

   (b) the grant of a replacement lien on post-petition receivables
to the extent of any diminution in value of RM Machinery's
collateral as a result of the Debtor's use of cash collateral, in
the same priority and to the same extent and validity as RM
Machinery's asserted prepetition security interest; and

   (c) monthly adequate protection payment to RM Machinery in the
amount of $7,721 for the months of October, November, and December
2016.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion dated Sept. 21, 2016 is
available at http://tinyurl.com/htpvk4t

                 About CYU Lithographics

CYU Lithographics, Inc., doing business as Choice Lithographics,
filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No. 16-13915),
on Sept. 16, 2016.  The petition was signed by Michael C. Wang,
president.  The case is assigned to Judge Theodor Albert.  The
Debtor is represented by John H Bauer, Esq. at Financial Relief
Legal Advocates, Inc.  At the time of filing, the Debtor estimated
assets at $100,000 to $500,000 and liabilities at $1 million to $10
million.  

The Debtor did not include a list of its largest unsecured
creditors when it filed the petition.


D&H MACHINE SERVICE: Counsel Awarded $19K in Fees, Expenses
-----------------------------------------------------------
Judge Suzanne H. Bauknight of the United States Bankruptcy Court
for the Eastern District of Tennessee granted in part the Amended
Application filed by D&H Machine Service, Inc.'s counsel,  Hodges,
Doughty & Carson, PLLC, for compensation and reimbursement of
expenses seeking total compensation in the amount of $26,659.33,
representing fees of $25,873.50 and expenses of $785.83, for the
period of January 27, 2016, through April 30, 2016.

Judge Bauknight found that HD&C violated the disclosure
requirements of Section 329 and Rule 2016 by failing to disclose
that it had performed thirteen days of pre-petition services for
which it intended to seek payment post-petition.

The Court denied HD&C's request in its First Application for those
services provided pre-petition as a sanction for HD&C's failure to
disclose the pre-petition fees as required by Section 329 and Rule
2016. Accordingly, the pre-petition fees incurred from January 27,
2016, through February 8, 2016, are disallowed, reducing the total
amount of the application by $5,938.00.

After deducting $5,938.00 for prepetition, non-disclosed services
and the additional $1,601.50 for clerical, excessive, and lumped
billing entries, HD&C is allowed fees in the amount of $18,334.00
and expenses in the amount of $785.83.

A full-text copy of the Memorandum dated September 9, 2016 is
available at https://is.gd/N0UlI9 from Leagle.com.

D&H Machine Service, Inc., Debtor, is represented by Dean B.
Farmer, Esq. -- dfarmer@hdclaw.com -- Hodges, Doughty & Carson
PLLC, Kandi R. Yeager, Esq. -- kyeager@hdclaw.com -- Hodges,
Doughty & Carson, PLLC.

                  About D&H Machine Service

D&H Machine Service, Inc., filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
E.D.
Tenn. Case No. 16-30308) on Feb. 9, 2016.  The petition was signed
by Brian Hillard, president.  The Debtor is represented by Dean B.
Farmer, Esq., at Hodges, Doughty & Carson, PLLC.  The Debtor
estimated assets at $500,001 to $1 million and liabilities at
$100,001 to $500,000.


DANIEL BRUCE CARPENTER: Court Overrules Objection to IRS Claim
--------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Ralph B. Kirscher the United States Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Montana overruled Daniel Bruce Carpenter and Mary
Esther Carpenter's objection to Proof of Claim No. 4 filed by the
Internal Revenue Service.

The Debtors objected to the IRS's proof of claim on December 22,
2015, requesting that the income tax component of Proof of Claim
No. 4 be allowed in the sum of $34,271 rather than $163,235.

The Debtors purchased an existing fire suppression business and the
real property associated with the business. At that time, Debtors
separated the real property from the business operations so that
Gavriel, LLC, owned the real property and the business operations
were conducted by Big Sky Fire Protection, Inc.  Gavriel and Big
Sky Fire Protection were both wholly owned by Debtors.

The Debtors' argument in support of their objection to the IRS's
proof of claim is two-fold.  First, the Debtors contend that Big
Sky Fire Protection had no cash or liquidation value at the end of
2012.  Judge Kirscher ruled that based on the record in this case,
such argument, in and of itself, is not persuasive because Big Sky
Fire Protection never had much cash on hand; ranging from zero to a
high of $989 as of September 20, 2011.  The judge also pointed out
that Big Sky Fire Protection's liabilities exceeded its assets not
only in 2012 (by $1,091,696), but also as of September 30, 2010 (by
$343,881), as of September 30, 2011 (by $572,821) and as of
September 30, 2013 (by $1,700,941). Big Sky Fire Protection was
clearly on a downward spiral throughout 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013,
the judge said.  The Debtors decision to writeoff their Big Sky
Fire Protection stock in 2012, without some other "identifiable
event," was simply arbitrary because the Debtors could or should
have written off the value of their Big Sky Fire Protection stock
as early as 2010, which they did not do, the judge pointed out.

The Debtors' second argument is that they had two identifiable
events in 2012 that justified writing off the value of their Big
Sky Fire Protection Stock: First Interstate Bank's termination of
Big Sky Fire Protection's line of credit; and the sale of Gavriel's
building, which Debtors maintain was their last remaining source of
capital. Contrary to Mr. Carpenter's testimony that First
Interstate Bank's line of credit was essential for Big Sky Fire
Protection's operations, Big Sky Fire Protection continued its
operations without the line of credit as evidenced by the fact that
Big Sky Fire Protection continued to generate gross revenues
without the line of credit, including gross receipts of $1,984,416
during the first eight months of 2013. Additionally, while
Gavriel's real estate may have been a source of capital for
Debtors, it was not an asset of Big Sky Fire Protection and Debtors
have failed to show how its sale specifically impacted Big Sky Fire
Protection; Big Sky Fire Protection's debt to First Interstate Bank
was paid off and was arguably replaced with a debt owed to the
Debtors or Gavriel, resulting in an accounting wash for Big Sky
Fire Protection, the judge pointed out.

It was not until sometime after Debtors filed their bankruptcy
petition that Debtors' counsel concluded that Debtors could save a
substantial sum of money by offsetting the gain from the sale of
Gavriel's building with a worthless stock writeoff, the judge said.
Unfortunately for Debtors, the evidence shows that Big Sky Fire
Protection's stock became worthless not in 2012, but in 2013 when
Debtors ceased operating Big Sky Fire Protection and when First
Interstate Bank seized its collateral, the judge added.

A full-text copy of the Memorandum of Decision dated September 15,
2016 is available at https://is.gd/nmo4DR from Leagle.com.

DANIEL BRUCE CARPENTER, Debtor, is represented by HAROLD V. DYE,
Esq.

OFFICE OF THE U.S. TRUSTEE, U.S. Trustee, is represented by NEAL G.
JENSEN, UNITED STATES TRUSTEE'S OFFICE.

Daniel Bruce Carpenter and Mary Esther Carpenter filed a Chapter
11 petition (Bankr. D. Mont. Case No. 13-61192) on August 30,
2013.


DAVID BULL: Gets Court Approval of Disclosure Statement
-------------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Paul M. Glenn of the U.S. Bankruptcy Cout for the Middle
District of Florida has approved David H. Bull and Mary A. Bull's
disclosure statement for the Debtor's amended plan of
reorganization dated Aug. 9, 2016.

Should the Debtors choose to amend or supplement the Disclosure
Statement, (a) the Debtors will file the amendment or supplement
within 15 days from Sept. 23, 2016, the date of the entry of the
court order, and (b) creditors and parties-in-interest will have 15
days after the filing to object to the Disclosure Statement, as
amended or supplemented.  If an objection is filed, the Court may
schedule a further hearing.  If the Debtors do not amend or
supplement the Disclosure Statement, or if there is no timely
objection to the amended or supplemented Disclosure Statement, the
Court will enter a further order scheduling a confirmation hearing
and related deadlines.    

David H. Bull and Mary A. Bull filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection (Bankr. M.D. Fla. Case No. 12-01522) on March 8, 2012.


DAVID PROCTOR: Selling 100-Acre Vacant Land for $245K to Stockton
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David Irving Proctor asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
District of Washington to authorize the sale of approximately 100
acres of vacant land commonly known as Spring Valley Road Property
in Pend Oreille County, Washington to David Stockton for $245,000.

A hearing on the Motion is set for Oct. 18, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. The
objection deadline is Oct. 13, 2016.

The Debtors believe the estimated fair market value of the property
without deductions for interests of entities other than the estate
is $245,000.  The basis of the estimated fair market value is that
it is the best offer they have received after extensive time on the
market.

The terms of the sale are: $1,000 earnest money; $100,000 due at
closing; $100,000 due by July 18, 2017; and the balance of $44,000
due by July 18, 2018.  The closing is scheduled to occur on
Oct. 20, 2016.

Known encumbrances against the property at the time of closing
consist of 6 (Newport Equipment Enterprises, Inc.) in the
approximate amount of $9,950.

The estimated costs associated with the sale of the property are
projected as follows:

   a. Commission (5%) : $12,250
   b. Title Insurance: $667
   c. Closing Fee: $400
   d. Federal Express costs: $50
   e. Property Tax: $258
   f. Reconveyance Fee: $600
   g. Segregation application: $1,500
   h. Easement preparation: $1,000
   i. Holdback: $1,000

All interests in the property sold free and clear will attach to
the proceeds of the sale.

Proceeds of the sale will be disbursed, to the extent sufficient,
as follows: (a) cost of Closing; (b) to the secured claim of Class
6 (Newport Equipment Enterprises, Inc.) and (c) to the disbursing
agent.

The sale is made in accordance with the Debtor's confirmed Modified
Plan and is necessary because the sale proceeds is necessary to
fund the Plan.

The Debtors ask the Court to shorten the time to respond to the
Motion to Oct. 13, 2016 in order to schedule the hearing on the
matter for Oct. 18, 2016.  The Motion is necessary because the sale
is scheduled to close on Oct. 20, 2016.

Counsel for Debtors:

          Ian Ledlin, Esq.
          PHILLABAUM LEDLIN MATTHEWS & SHELDON, PLLC
          421 W Riverside Ave., Suite 900
          Spokane, WA 99201
          Telephone: (509) 838-6055
          Facsimile: (509) 625-1909
          E-mail: ian@spokelaw.com

                    About David Irving Proctor

David Irving Proctor and Idamae Deloris Proctor sought Chapter 11
protection (Bankr. E.D. Wash. Case No. 10-02249) April  14, 2010.
Judge Patricia C. Williams is assigned to the case.  The Debtor
estimated assets and liabilities in the range of $1,000,001 to
$10,000,000.  The Debtor tapped Ian Ledlin, Esq., at Phillabaum
Ledlin Matthews & Sheldon PLL as counsel.  The petition was signed
by David Irving Proctor and Idamae Deloris Proctor.


DEER MEADOWS: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Deer Meadows, LLC
        363 SW Bluff Dr
        Bend, OR 97702

Case No.: 16-33768

Nature of Business: Health Care

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 30, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       District of Oregon

Judge: Hon. Peter C McKittrick

Debtor's Counsel: Stephen T Boyke, Esq.
                  LAW OFFICE OF STEPHEN T. BOYKE
                  10122 SW Barbur Blvd., Suite 206A
                  Portland, OR 97219
                  Tel: (503) 227-0417
                  E-mail: steve@boykelaw.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Kristin Harder, manager.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 20 largest unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/orb16-33768.pdf


DIAMOND TANK: Ch. 11 Plan Proposes to Pay Unsecureds in 60 Months
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Diamond Tank Rentals, Inc., and its affiliates on Sept. 20 filed
with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas
their proposed plan to exit Chapter 11 protection.

Under the restructuring plan, non-insider unsecured creditors
holding Class 8 claims will share pro-rata in the "unsecured
creditors' pool."  The Debtors will make equal payments each month
for a period of 60 months to the unsecured creditors' pool.

Class 8 unsecured creditors, which assert a total of $450,000 in
claims, will be paid quarterly.  Payments will begin on the last
day of the first quarter after the effective date of the plan.  The
Debtor may pre-pay the unsecured creditors anytime.  

The restructuring plan will be funded from the sale of certain
assets of the Debtors, and income from the continued operation of
their business, according to the Debtors' disclosure statement
explaining the plan.

A copy of the disclosure statement is available for free at
https://is.gd/OkLIPc

The Debtors are represented by:

     Eric A. Liepins, Esq.
     Eric A. Liepins, P.C.
     12770 Coit Road, Suite 1100
     Dallas, Texas 75251
     Phone: (972) 991-5591
     Fax: (972) 991-5788
     Email: eric@ealpc.com

                        About Diamond Tank

Diamond Tank Rentals Inc., Diamond T. Industries LLC and TNT
Forklifts Inc. sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. N. D. Texas Lead Case No. 16-41547) on April 15, 2016.
The petition was signed by Roger Turner, president.

The case is assigned to Judge Russell F. Nelms.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets of less than
$50,000 and liabilities of $1 million to $10 million.


DONALD ELARDO: Disclosure Statement Hearing Set For Nov. 3
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The Hon. Paul R. Warren of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Western District of New York has scheduled for Nov. 3, 2016, at
1:00 p.m. a hearing to consider Donald Elardo's disclosure
statement.

Oct. 27, 2016, is the last day for filing and serving objections to
the Disclosure Statement.  It is also the last day for filing
proofs of claim in the case.

Donald Elardo fdba Finish Line Enterprises filed for Chapter 11
bankruptcy protection (Bankr. W.D.N.Y. Case No. 14-21445).


DUCK NECK: Hearing on Disclosures, Plan Confirmation on Nov. 21
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The Hon. Thomas J. Catliota of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Maryland has scheduled for Nov. 21, 2016, at 2:00 p.m.
a hearing to consider the approval of the amended disclosure
statement and the confirmation of the amended plan filed by Duck
Neck Campground LLC and plan sponsor WBR Investment Corporation.

Objections to the confirmation of the Plan must be filed by Oct.
25, 2016.

Oct. 25, 2016, is also fixed as the last day for filing written
acceptances or rejections of the Amended Plan.

Under the Plan, holders of allowed Class 5 General Unsecured
Claims
will be paid from the net proceeds, after payment of Class 1, 2, 3
and 4 creditors, from the sales of (1) the Campground; (2) the
Salisbury Farm and Residence; and (3) the Salisbury Outparcel.

To the extent that there are insufficient proceeds from the sales
of the Campground, the Salisbury Farm and Residence and the
Salisbury Outparcel to pay the Class 5 creditors in full, the
Debtors are entitled to and may, in their discretion and subject
to
approval of the Court in the bankruptcy case of Wilson B.
Reynolds,
Jr., elect to utilize net proceeds from the sale of the Tennessee
Campground, the sale of the Tennessee Cabins and Lots, or the sale
of the Tennessee Hotel to pay the Class 5 creditors, after
obtaining necessary approval from the Court.  The Debtors
anticipate, but cannot be certain as of the date of the filing of
this Plan, that Class 5 claims will be paid in full.  Payment to
allowed Class 5 claim holders will be made upon there being
sufficient funds in the Disbursing Account.  No Class 5 claim will
be paid until payment is made in full to Classes 1 through 4.
Class 5 is a class of claims impaired under the Plan.

The Plan will be funded from cash on hand plus these assets: (a)
all net proceeds from the sale of the Campground and Duck Neck's
business as a going concern; (b) all net proceeds from the sale of
the Salisbury Farm and Residence; (c) all net proceeds from the
sale of the Salisbury Outparcel; (d) a portion of the net proceeds
from the sale of the Tennessee Campground; (e) a portion of the
net
proceeds from the sale of the Tennessee Cabins and Lots; (f) a
portion of the net proceeds, if any, from the sale of the
Tennessee
Hotel and (g) the prosecution and resolution of any Causes of
Action.  Because the net proceeds from the Tennessee Campground,
the Tennessee Assets are all property of the Wilson B. Reynolds,
Jr. Bankruptcy Estate, in order to implement the terms of the
Plan,
subject to the rights of creditors in the Reynolds Bankruptcy
proceeding, the Reynolds Bankruptcy Estate will seek approval from
this Court in the Reynolds Bankruptcy proceeding to permit the
transfer of certain net proceeds from the sales of the Tennessee
Assets into the Reynolds Bankruptcy Estate for distribution to the
Debtors' creditors, as needed in accordance with the forbearance
agreement.  Notwithstanding any other cause of action the Debtors
may have, the Debtors have reviewed all relevant transactions and
have determined there are no potential avoidance actions from
which
they can recover additional funds.  Because the owners of the
Salisbury Farm and Residence and the Salisbury Outparcel are in
separate pending Chapter 11 cases, those debtors will either
obtain
approval from the Court to sell and commit the net proceeds from
the sale of the Salisbury Farm and Residence and the Salisbury
Outparcel to the payment of creditors as set forth in the
forbearance agreement.

The Joint Fourth Amended Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/mdb15-15973-216.pdf

Salisbury, Maryland-based WBR Investment Corporation owns
approximately 90 acres of campground located at 500 Double Creek
Point Road, Chestertown, Maryland, on which Chestertown,
Maryland-based Duck Neck Campground LLC operates a campground and
trailer park, with approximately 300 trailer sites, water and
electrical hookups, and sewer connections for its RV visitors.

Headquartered in Chestertown, Maryland, Duck Neck Campground LLC
filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D. Md. Case No.
15-15973) on April 27, 2015, estimating its assets and liabilities
at between $1 million and $10 million.  The petition was signed by
Wilson Reynold, sole member.

Judge Thomas J. Catliota presides over the case.

Alan M. Grochal, Esq., at Tydings & Rosenberg, LLP, serves as the
Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.


DVR LLC: DOJ Watchdog Names Joli A. Lofstedt as Ch. 11 Trustee
--------------------------------------------------------------
Patrick S. Layng, the U.S. Trustee for the District of Colorado,
appointed Joli A. Lofstedt as the Chapter 11 Trustee for the estate
of DVR, LLC, on September 22, 2016.

The notice of appointment of a Chapter 11 Trustee is pursuant to an
Order dated September 14, 2016, directing the U.S. Trustee to
appoint a Chapter 11 Trustee in the Chapter 11 case of the Debtor.


The Chapter 11 Trustee bond is initially set at $30,000. The bond
may require adjustment as the trustee collects and liquidates
assets of the estate, and the trustee is directed to inform the
Office of the United States Trustee when changes to the bond amount
are required or made.

The Counsel for the U.S. Trustee is:

     Alan K. Motes
     ALAN K. MOTES
     Byron G. Rogers Federal Building
     1961 Stout St., Suite 12-200
     Denver, CO 80294-1961
     Tel.: (303) 312-7999
     Fax: (303) 312-7259
     Email: Alan.Motes@usdoj.gov

           About DVR, LLC

DVR, LLC, based in Englewood, Colo., filed a Chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. D. Colo. Case No. 16-17064) on July 18, 2016.  The Hon.
Joseph G. Rosania Jr. presides over the case. Matthew T. Faga, Esq.
and James T. Markus, Esq. at Markus Williams Young & Zimmerman LLC
as bankruptcy counsels.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1 million to $10 million in
both assets and liabilities. The petition was signed by Edward B.
Cordes, authorized representative.


EASTERN FUNDING: DOJ Watchdog Seeks Appointment of Ch. 11 Trustee
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The United States Trustee, William K. Harrington, asks the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts, to enter an
order requiring the appointment of a Chapter 11 Trustee in the
Chapter 11 case of Eastern Funding & Investment, Inc.

Creditors Cythina Maria Chy and Samuel Chy filed a civil action
against the Debtor asserting a claim for common law fraud and
alleges that the Debtor and its president, Kevin Taing, engaged in
a pattern of deceptive business practices involving fraudulent
mortgage transactions.  The Creditors also alleged that Mr. Taing
routinely comingles funds attributable to the Debtor with his
personal funds.  A judgment was entered against both the Debtor and
Mr. Taing on June 10, 2016, for the failure of the Debtor and Mr.
Taing to timely file a responsive pleading to the Chys' complaint.


The U.S. Trustee asserts that the Debtor's and Mr. Taing's failure
to defend against the allegations of fraud in the Chys' complaint
and the ensuing default judgment constitute gross mismanagement of
the affairs of the Debtor, if not fraud, dishonesty or
incompetence, and cause exists for the appointment of a Chapter 11
Trustee under Sec. 1104(a)(1). Moreover, the appointment of a
Chapter 11 Trustee will allow for the identification and
segregation of the comingled funds belonging to the Debtor, and
constitutes cause under Sec. 1104(a)(2) as in the interest of
Creditors, the U.S. Trustee further asserts.

The U.S. Trustee is represented by:

     Lisa D. Tingue, Esq.
     U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
     Office of the United States Trustee
     446 Main Street, 14th Floor
     Worcester, MA 01608
     Tel.: (508) 793-0555, ext. 5563
     Email: lisa.d.tingue@usdoj.gov

          About Eastern Funding

Eastern Funding & Investment, Inc., filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy
petition (Bankr. D. Mass. Case No. 16-41502) on August 29, 2016,
disclosing under $1 million in both assets and liabilities. The
petition was filed pro se.

The Debtor hired Ehrhard & Associates, P.C. to serve as counsel.

No official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the case.


EDGAR COLON: Bid to Recuse Judge Lamoutte Denied
------------------------------------------------
Judge Enrique S. Lamoutte of the United States Bankruptcy Court for
the District of Puerto Rico denied the motions requesting his
recusal from the case captioned IN RE: EDGAR ABNER REYES COLON,
Involuntary Debtor, CASE NO. 06-04675 (Bankr. D.P.R.).

Dr. Edgar A. Reyes Colon moved to recuse Judge Lamoutte, alleging
that "what should have been cause for long-delayed celebration was
marred by Judge Lamoutte's prejudicial and wholly unnecessary
advisory findings of alleged fraud in the Dismissal Order, and his
invalid, extra-statutory, and publicly prejudicial referral of Dr.
Reyes to the United States Attorney for the District of Puerto Rico
for criminal prosecution."  Dr. Reyes further stated that these
orders "alone and considered together with Judge Lamoutte's past
actions in this case - clearly show a pervasive pattern of apparent
and actual bias on Judge Lamoutte's part against Dr. Reyes. This
warrants recusal."

Dr. Francisco Quintero Pena, although claiming to be "not a party
in this matter," joined the motion requesting recusal and the
motion requesting an inquiry into Banco Popular de Puerto Rico's
(BPPR) misrepresentations to the court.  

BPPR filed a response in opposition to the motions to recuse, on
the grounds that the same "fails to meet the objective
pervasive-bias exception test as explained in Likely v. United
States, 510 U. S. 540 (1994) and this Honorable Court's prior
decisions on this subject.  BPPR asserted that Dr. Reyes opted not
to present any evidence.  Thus, the only evidence before the court
was the evidence presented by BPPR, which stood uncontested.

Judge Lamoutte denied the motions requesting his recusal,
concluding that his determinations were made after considering the
facts, which were not contested, in light of the applicable law, as
presently understood by him, and not due to any bias or prejudice.

A full-text copy of Judge Lamoutte's September 30, 2016 order is
available at http://bankrupt.com/misc/prb06-04675-750.pdf


ELBIT IMAGING: Announces Series H Notes Buyback
-----------------------------------------------
Elbit Imaging Ltd. announced that repurchases of the following
notes were executed since the June 1, 2016, to Sept. 29, 2016:

Note: Series H

The acquiring corporation: Elbit Imaging Ltd

Quantity purchased (Par value): 35,826,536

Weighted average price: 93.94

Total amount paid(NIS): 33,656,712

The entire repurchased notes since the 12th of October, 2015, as
the first Notes buyback plan announcement, to Sept. 29, 2016:

Note: Series H

The acquiring corporation: Elbit Imaging Ltd

Quantity purchased (Par value): 135,258,103

Weighted average price: 91.38

Total amount paid(NIS): 123,579,299

A full-text copy of the press release is available at:

                     https://is.gd/DKicKT

                      About Elbit Imaging

Tel-Aviv, Israel-based Elbit Imaging Ltd. (TASE, NASDAQ: EMITF)
holds investments in real estate and medical companies.  The
Company, through its subsidiaries, also develops shopping and
entertainment centers in Central Europe and invests in and manages
hotels.

Elbit Imaging reported a loss of NIS 186.15 million on NIS 1.47
million of revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, compared to
profit of NIS 1 billion on NIS 461,000 of revenues for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2014.  As of Dec. 31, 2015, Elbit Imaging had NIS
778.25 million in total assets, NIS 758.96 million in total
liabilities and NIS 19.28 million in shareholders' equity.

Since February 2013, Elbit has intensively endeavored to come to
an arrangement with its creditors.  Elbit has said it has been
hanging by a thread for more than five months.  It has encountered
cash flow difficulties and this burdens its day to day activities,
and it certainly cannot make the necessary investments to improve
its assets.  In light of the arrangement proceedings, and
according to the demands of most of the bondholders, as well as an
agreement that was signed on March 19, 2013, between Elbit and the
Trustees of six out of eight series of bonds, Elbit is prohibited,
inter alia, from paying off its debts to the financial creditors
-- and as a result a petition to liquidate Elbit was filed, and
Bank Hapoalim has declared its debts immediately payable,
threatening to realize pledges that were given to the Bank on
material assets of the Company -- and Elbit undertook not to sell
material assets of the Company and not to perform any transaction
that is not during its ordinary course of business without giving
an advance notice to the trustees.

Accountant Rony Elroy has been appointed as expert for examining
the debt arrangement in the Company.

In July 2013, Elbit Imaging's controlling shareholders, Europe-
Israel MMS Ltd. and Mr. Mordechay Zisser, notified the Company
that the Tel Aviv District Court has appointed Adv. Giroa Erdinast
as a receiver with regards to the ordinary shares of the Company
held by Europe Israel securing Europe Israel's obligations under
its loan agreement with Bank Hapoalim B.M.  The judgment stated
that the Receiver is not authorized to sell the Company's shares
at this stage.  Following a request of Europe-Israel, the Court
also delayed any action to be taken with regards to the sale of
those shares for a period of 60 days.  Europe Israel and
Mr. Zisser have also notified the Company that they utterly reject
the Bank's claims and intend to appeal the Court's ruling.


ELBIT IMAGING: Negotiating Possible Forward Sale Transaction
------------------------------------------------------------
Elbit Imaging Ltd. announced that Plaza Centers N.V., an indirect
subsidiary (45%) of the Company, has signed a non-binding Letter of
Intent with a third party regarding a possible forward sale of the
Belgrade Plaza shopping and entertainment center in Belgrade,
Serbia.

Under the terms of the proposed transaction, Plaza will complete
the development of the property and will remain as the asset
manager of the operating shopping center for 12 months thereafter,
during which time Plaza will seek to further increase the rental
income and Net Operating Income.

Under the terms of the LOI, upon the closing of the definitive
agreement, Plaza will receive up to EUR35 million from the
Purchaser and will be entitled to an additional payment of
approximately EUR15 million upon the opening of the shopping
center.

The final agreed total value of the asset will be calculated based
on the sustainable NOI after 12 months of operation, capitalized at
agreed yield and subject to customary working capital adjustments.

The expected transaction closure is in the fourth quarter of this
year; however, at this stage there is no certainty that the
transaction will be completed.  The Belgrade Plaza (Visnjicka)
shopping center is currently the largest development underway in
Serbia, where the capital city, Belgrade, is experiencing strong
market demand due to its given large catchment area of
approximately 1.7 million people‎.

The construction of the Project is in advanced stages and the
shopping center is on schedule to be open in the first half of 2017
and is currently over 50% pre-let.  Upon completion of the project,
Belgrade Plaza will comprise approximately 32,000 sqm of GLA and
will be anchored by a supermarket, a multi-screen cinema complex
and major international and local brands.

                       About Elbit Imaging

Tel-Aviv, Israel-based Elbit Imaging Ltd. (TASE, NASDAQ: EMITF)
holds investments in real estate and medical companies.  The
Company, through its subsidiaries, also develops shopping and
entertainment centers in Central Europe and invests in and manages
hotels.

Elbit Imaging reported a loss of NIS 186.15 million on NIS 1.47
million of revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, compared to
profit of NIS 1 billion on NIS 461,000 of revenues for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2014.  As of Dec. 31, 2015, Elbit Imaging had NIS
778.25 million in total assets, NIS 758.96 million in total
liabilities and NIS 19.28 million in shareholders' equity.

Since February 2013, Elbit has intensively endeavored to come to
an arrangement with its creditors.  Elbit has said it has been
hanging by a thread for more than five months.  It has encountered
cash flow difficulties and this burdens its day to day activities,
and it certainly cannot make the necessary investments to improve
its assets.  In light of the arrangement proceedings, and
according to the demands of most of the bondholders, as well as an
agreement that was signed on March 19, 2013, between Elbit and the
Trustees of six out of eight series of bonds, Elbit is prohibited,
inter alia, from paying off its debts to the financial creditors
-- and as a result a petition to liquidate Elbit was filed, and
Bank Hapoalim has declared its debts immediately payable,
threatening to realize pledges that were given to the Bank on
material assets of the Company -- and Elbit undertook not to sell
material assets of the Company and not to perform any transaction
that is not during its ordinary course of business without giving
an advance notice to the trustees.

Accountant Rony Elroy has been appointed as expert for examining
the debt arrangement in the Company.

In July 2013, Elbit Imaging's controlling shareholders, Europe-
Israel MMS Ltd. and Mr. Mordechay Zisser, notified the Company
that the Tel Aviv District Court has appointed Adv. Giroa Erdinast
as a receiver with regards to the ordinary shares of the Company
held by Europe Israel securing Europe Israel's obligations under
its loan agreement with Bank Hapoalim B.M.  The judgment stated
that the Receiver is not authorized to sell the Company's shares
at this stage.  Following a request of Europe-Israel, the Court
also delayed any action to be taken with regards to the sale of
those shares for a period of 60 days.  Europe Israel and
Mr. Zisser have also notified the Company that they utterly reject
the Bank's claims and intend to appeal the Court's ruling.


ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES: Limited Capital Raises Going Concern Doubt
-----------------------------------------------------------------
Electronic Cigarettes International Group, Ltd., filed its
quarterly report on Form 10-Q, disclosing a net income of $28.46
million on $11.75 million of sales for the three months ended June
30, 2016, compared with a net income of $43.14 million on $12.37
million of revenues for the same period in 2015.

For the six months ended June 30, 2016, the Company listed a net
income of $8.03 million on $23.47 million of sales, compared to a
net loss of $23.38 million on $24 million of sales for the same
period in the prior year.

The Company's balance sheet at June 30, 2016, showed $83.27 million
in total assets, $147.46 million in total liabilities, and a
stockholders' deficit of $64.19 million.

The Company is continuing efforts to recover from certain obstacles
it has faced, including unanticipated difficulties in fully
integrating four business combinations completed over a period of
seven months in 2014 and the inability to use proceeds from a
proposed but aborted public offering of the Company's common stock
during the fourth quarter of 2014.  This required major
restructuring and financing activities and, in response to those
challenges, the Company completed certain actions to improve
liquidity and operating results as reflected in the Company's
Annual Report on Form 10-K.

Over the past two fiscal years, the Company has relied on debt and
equity financing to fund its 2014 acquisitions and negative
operating cash flows.  As of June 30, 2016, the Company had
amortizing term loan payments of $1,267 per month commencing in
October 2016, convertible debt of $19,457 that was to mature during
the third quarter of 2016, a $1,251 forbearance agreement due in
March 2017 and amortizing VIP promissory note payments of $300 per
month commencing in October 2016.  In addition, the Company was
delinquent in making interest payments on its term loans and
convertible debt.

As a result of these efforts, the Company has improved its
financial condition.  However, capital resources may not be
sufficient to enable the execution of its global business plan in
the near term.  These, and other conditions, create ongoing
substantial doubt about the Company's ability to meet its financial
obligations and continue operations in the normal course of
business.

A copy of the Form 10-Q is available at:
                              
                       https://is.gd/6mfqVx

         About Electronic Cigarettes International Group

Electronic Cigarettes International Group, Ltd. is an independent
marketer and distributor of vaping products and
e-cigarettes.  The Golden, Colo.-based Company offers a range of
products, including disposables, rechargeables, tanks, starter
kits, E-liquids, open and closed-end vaping systems and
accessories.



ELROY JOSEPH MILLER: Unsecureds To Recover 10% Under Plan
---------------------------------------------------------
Elroy Joseph Miller and Krista D. Miller filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Louisiana a first
amended plan and disclosure statement.

Under the Amended Plan, the Debtors will pay the holders of Class 3
General Unsecured Claims -- totaling $179,052.27 -- $1,000 per
quarter, on a pro rata basis.  This will amount to payments of
$20,000 over the course of the Amended Plan.  The payment proposed
to unsecured creditors exceeds the liquidation value and amounts to
a 10% distribution.

The Debtors believe they will have sufficient income from
employment to make payments to all creditors.  Mrs. Miller's
employer discovered she was over paid commissions for six months in
the amount of $23,000.  Her commission rate will be adjusted and
the amount of $2,567 will be deducted from her pay for a nine-month
period of time starting in May 2016.  Sales have increased so
commissions are making up for some of the short fall.  Mr. Miller
is self employed with 5M Medical Services and Consulting.  The
company is a start up having been started in February 2015.  Mr.
Miller believes that operations will continue to be positive.

The Amended Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/lawb16-50309-68.pdf

Elroy Joseph Miller and Krista D Miller sought Chapter 11
protection (Bankr. W.D. La. Case No. 16-50309) on March 8, 2016.
The Debtor is represented by William C. Vidrine, Esq., at  Vidrine
& Vidrine, PLLC.


ENCOMPASS DIGITAL: S&P Lowers CCR to 'B-' on Cash Flow Deficits
---------------------------------------------------------------
S&P Global Ratings said that it lowered its corporate credit
ratings on Atlanta-based media services company, Encompass Digital
Media Inc. to 'B-' from 'B'.  The rating outlook is stable.

At the same time, S&P lowered its issue-level rating on the
company's first-lien revolving credit and term loan facility to 'B'
from 'B+'.  The '2' recovery rating is unchanged, indicating S&P's
expectation for substantial recovery (70%-90%; upper half of the
range) of principal in the event of a payment default.

S&P also lowered its issue-level rating on Encompass' second-lien
term loan to 'CCC+' from 'B-'.  The '5' recovery rating remains
unchanged, indicating S&P's expectation for modest recovery
(10%-30%; upper half of the range) of principal in the event of a
payment default.

"We lowered the ratings because Encompass is not generating a level
of free operating cash flow (FOCF) in line with our expectations
for a 'B' corporate credit rating," said S&P Global Ratings' credit
analyst Dylan Singh.  S&P expects high capital expenditure needs,
higher-than-usual client churn, and cash flow deficits of about $10
million in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2017.  S&P also expects
that modest cash flow generation of about $5 million in 2018 will
result in deterioration of Encompass liquidity and financial
flexibility in the event of unexpected capital needs.

"The stable rating outlook reflects our expectation that the
company will have adequate liquidity to fund its operations and
debt service obligations over the next two years," said Mr. Singh.
"The outlook also reflects our expectations that EBITDA will
decline at a low-single-digit percentage rate in fiscal 2017 and
grow at a low- to mid-single-digit percentage rate in fiscal
2018."

S&P could lower its corporate credit rating on Encompass if the
company's operating performance weakens such that S&P forecasts
sustained free cash flow deficits beyond fiscal 2017 or if S&P
expects the liquidity to deteriorate such that the covenant
headroom narrows to below 10%.

S&P could raise the rating if the company is able to improve its
free cash flow to debt to at least 5% on a sustained basis, despite
capital spending requirements on new contract wins.  This could
occur if EBITDA grows at least 8%-10% annually over the next two
years, with no additional debt incurred.  Given the company's
private equity ownership, any upgrade scenario would depend on a
long-term financial policy that supports the improved credit
measures.


ENERGY FUTURE: Court Junks Fenicle's Appeal From 2015 Plan Order
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Judge Richard G. Andrews of the United States District Court for
the District of Delaware has issued the following orders in the
appealed case captioned SHIRLEY FENICLE, INDIVIDUALLY, AND AS
SUCCESSOR-IN-INTEREST TO THE ESTATE OF GEORGE FENICLE, AND DAVID
WILLIAM FAHY, Appellants, v. ENERGY FUTURE HOLDINGS CORP., et al.,
Appellees, Civil Action No. 15-cv-1183-RGA (D. Del.):

     -- granting the Amicus Curiae Public Justice's motion for
        leave to file an amicus brief;

     -- granting the appellant's motion for leave to file a
        surreply in opposition to the appellee's motion to
        dismiss Shirley Fenicle and David William Fahy's appeal;

     -- dismissing the appellant's motion for joinder of putative
        appellant John H. Jones; and

     -- granting the appellee's motion to dismiss Fenicle and
        Fahy's appeal.

On December 21, 2015, Fenicle and Fahy filed an appeal with the
district court, seeking relief from a provision of an order of the
bankruptcy court dated December 9, 2015 which confirmed the
debtors' Sixth Amended Plan of Reorganization.  The provision at
issue would discharge future claims held by claimants who were
exposed to asbestos but who have not yet manifested any illness and
who failed to submit a proof of claim by the bar date of December
14, 2015.

The order approving the Plan provided that the Plan would be
rendered "null and void" if the Plan was not consummated by April
30, 2016.  That date passed without consummation of the Plan.  On
May 1, 2016, the debtors filed a new Joint Plan of Reorganization
with the bankruptcy court.  The appellees moved to dismiss the
Fenicle and Fahy appeal.

In granting the motion to dismiss, Judge Andrews held that the
effect of the failure of consummation of the debtor's confirmed
plan is similar to the effect of a denial of a plan with leave to
amend.  The judge explained that the original confirmed plan "has
been rendered null and void in all respects," and "[t]he parties'
rights and obligations remain unsettled."

Judge Andrews, however, denied the appellants request to be granted
leave to appeal if the order is deemed interlocutory.  The judge
pointed out that the failure of consummation has not converted the
confirmation order from a final order into an interlocutory order,
but only rendered the original confirmation order as simply no
longer operative.

A full-text copy of Judge Andrews September 26, 2016 memorandum
opinion is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/deb14-10979-9674.pdf

Shirley Fenicle is represented by:

          Leslie M. Kelleher, Esq.
          Jeanna M. Koski, Esq.
          CAPLIN & DRYSDALE, CHARTERED
          One Thomas Circle, NW, Suite 1100
          Washington, DC 20005-5802
          Tel: (202)862-5000
          Fax: (202)429-3301
          Email: lkelleher@capdale.com
                 jkoski@capdale.com

            -- and --

          Elihu Inselbuch, Esq.
          CAPLIN & DRYSDALE, CHARTERED
          600 Lexington Avenue, 21st Floor
          New York, NY 10022
          Tel: (212)379-6000
          Fax: (212)379-6001
          Email: einselbuch@capdale.com

Shirley Fenicle and David William Fahy are represented by:

          Daniel K. Hogan, Esq.
          HOGAN MCDANIEL
          1311 Delaware Avenue
          Wilmington, DE 19806
          Tel: (302)656-7540
          Fax: (302)656-7599
          Email: dkhogan@dkhogan.com

Energy Future Holdings Corp., et al. are represented by:

          Mark D. Collins, Esq.
          Daniel J. DeFranceschi, Esq.
          Jason M. Madron, Esq.
          RICHARDS, LAYTON & FINGER, P.A.
          One Rodney Square
          920 North King Street
          Wilmington, DE 19801
          Tel: (302)651-7700
          Fax: (302)651-7701
          Email: collins@rlf.com
                 defranceschi@rlf.com
                 madron@rlf.com

            -- and --

          Brenton A. Rogers, Esq.
          KIRKLAND & ELLIS LLP
          300 North LaSalle
          Chicago, IL 60654
          Tel: (312)862-2000
          Fax: (312)862-2200
          Email: brenton.rogers@kirkland.com

            -- and --

          Mark E. McKane, P.C., Esq.
          KIRKLAND & ELLIS LLP
          555 California Street
          San Francisco, CA 94104
          Tel: (415)439-1400
          Fax: (415)439-1500
          Email: mark.mckane@kirkland.com

                    About Energy Future

Energy Future Holdings Corp., formerly known as TXU Corp., is a
privately held diversified energy holding company with a Portfolio
of competitive and regulated energy businesses in Texas.

Oncor, an 80 percent-owned entity within the EFH group, is the
largest regulated transmission and distribution utility in Texas.

The Company delivers electricity to roughly three million delivery
points in and around Dallas-Fort Worth. EFH Corp. was created in
October 2007 in a $45 billion leverage buyout of Texas power
company TXU in a deal led by private-equity companies Kohlberg
Kravis Roberts & Co. and TPG Inc.

On April 29, 2014, Energy Future Holdings and 70 affiliated
companies sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D. Del.
Lead Case No. 14-10979) after reaching a deal with some key
financial stakeholders to keep its businesses operating while
reducing its roughly $40 billion in debt.

The Debtors' cases have been assigned to Judge Christopher S.
Sontchi (CSS).

As of Dec. 31, 2013, EFH Corp. reported assets of $36.4 billion in
book value and liabilities of $49.7 billion.  The Debtors have
$42 billion of funded indebtedness.

EFH's legal advisor for the Chapter 11 proceedings is Kirkland &
Ellis LLP, its financial advisor is Evercore Partners and its
restructuring advisor is Alvarez & Marsal. The TCEH first lien
lenders supporting the restructuring agreement are represented by
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP as legal advisor, and
Millstein & Co., LLC, as financial advisor.

The EFIH unsecured creditors supporting the restructuring agreement
are represented by Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, as legal
advisor, and Centerview Partners, as financial advisor. The EFH
equity holders supporting the restructuring agreement are
represented by Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, as legal advisor,
and Blackstone Advisory Partners LP, as financial advisor.  Epiq
Systems is the claims agent.

Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB, the successor trustee for the
second-lien noteholders owed about $1.6 billion, is represented by
Ashby & Geddes, P.A.'s William P. Bowden, Esq., and Gregory A.
Taylor, Esq., and Brown Rudnick LLP's Edward S. Weisfelner, Esq.,
Jeffrey L. Jonas, Esq., Andrew P. Strehle, Esq., Jeremy B. Coffey,
Esq., and Howard L. Siegel, Esq.  An Official Committee of
Unsecured Creditors has been appointed in the case. The Committee
represents the interests of the unsecured creditors of only of
Energy Future Competitive Holdings Company LLC; EFCH's direct
subsidiary, Texas Competitive Electric Holdings Company LLC; and
EFH Corporate Services Company, and of no other debtors. The
Committee has selected Morrison & Foerster LLP and Polsinelli PC
for representation in this high-profile energy restructuring. The
lawyers working on the case are James M. Peck, Esq., Brett H.
Miller, Esq., and Lorenzo Marinuzzi, Esq., at Morrison & Foerster
LLP; and Christopher A. Ward, Esq., Justin K. Edelson, Esq., Shanti
M. Katona, Esq., and Edward Fox, Esq., at Polsinelli PC.

In December 2015, the Bankruptcy Court confirmed the Debtors' Sixth
Amended Joint Plan of Reorganization.  In May 2016, certain first
lien creditors of TCEH delivered a Plan Support Termination Notice
to the Debtors and the other parties to the Plan Support Agreement,
notifying the parties of the occurrence of a Plan Support
Termination Event.  The delivery of the Plan Support Termination
Notice caused the Confirmed Plan to become null and void.

Following the occurrence of the Plan Support Termination Event as
well as the termination of a roughly $20 billion deal to sell the
Debtors' stake in Oncor Electric Delivery Co., the Debtors filed
the Plan of Reorganization and the Disclosure Statement with the
Bankruptcy Court on May 1, 2016.  On May 11, they filed an amended
joint plan of reorganization and a related disclosure statement.

In June 2016, Judge Sontchi approved the disclosure statement
explaining Energy Future Holdings Corp., et al.'s second amended
joint plan of reorganization of the TCEH Debtors and the EFH
Shared Services Debtors.

On Aug. 27, 2016, Judge Sontchi confirmed the Chapter 11 exit plans
of two of Energy Future Holdings Corp.'s subsidiaries, power
generator Luminant and retail electricity provider TXU Energy Inc.


ENERGY FUTURE: Denial of Asbestos Claimants' Class Cert. Affirmed
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In the appeals case captioned MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM, JOE ARABIE, AND
MICHELLE ZIEGELBAUM, ON THEIR OWN BEHALF AND ON BEHALF OF SIMILARLY
SITUATED, Appellants, v. ENERGY FUTURE HOLDINGS CORP., et al.,
Appellees, Civil Action No. 15-cv-1183-RGA (consolidated)(D. Del.),
Judge Richard G. Andrews of the United States District Court for
the District of Delaware affirmed the order of the bankruptcy court
which denied a motion by the appellants for certification of a
class pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 23.

On December 1, 2015, the appellants filed a motion with the
bankruptcy court seeking to have the court exercise its discretion
to apply Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 7023 to the
proceeding and to certify a class of persons holding unmanifested
asbestos claims.  The bankruptcy court denied the motion, declining
to exercise its discretion to apply Rule 7023.  In addition, the
court found that the class proof of claim did not meet the
superiority requirement of Fed. R. Civ. P. 23(b).

On appeal, Judge Andrews concluded that because the appellants
failed to identify the bankruptcy court's decision not to exercise
its discretion to apply Rule 7023 as an issue presented on appeal,
and then did not argue it in their opening brief and reply brief,
the appellants have waived the argument that the bankruptcy court
abused its discretion in not applying Rule 7023.    The judge also
found no evidence that the bankruptcy court abused its discretion.

Judge Andrews also found that the appellants have not shown that
the bankruptcy court made any erroneous findings of fact, errors of
law, or that it improperly applied the law to the facts with
respect to the superiority inquiry.  Thus, the judge concluded that
the bankruptcy court did not abuse its discretion in finding the
proposed class would not be superior to individual litigation.

A full-text copy of Judge Andrews' September 28, 2016 memorandum
opinion is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/deb14-10979-9707.pdf

Appellants are represented by:

          Jeanne E. Mirer, Esq.
          MIRER MAZZOCCHI SCHALET & JULIEN, PLLC
          150 Broadway, Suite 1200
          New York, NY 10038
          Tel: (212)231-2235
          Fax: (212)346-9063

            -- and --

          Daniel K. Hogan, Esq.
          HOGAN MCDANIEL
          1311 Delaware Avenue
          Wilmington, DE 19806
          Tel: (302)656-7540
          Fax: (302)656-7599
          Email: dkhogan@dkhogan.com

Appellees are represented by:

          Mark D. Collins, Esq.
          Daniel J. DeFranceschi, Esq.
          Jason M. Madron, Esq.
          RICHARDS, LAYTON & FINGER, P.A.
          Wilmington, DE
          Email: collins@rlf.com
                 defranceschi@rlf.com
                 madron@rlf.com

            -- and --

          Brenton A. Rogers, Esq.
          KIRKLAND & ELLIS LLP
          300 North LaSalle
          Chicago, IL 60654
          Tel: (312)862-2000
          Fax: (312)862-2200
          Email: brenton.rogers@kirkland.com

            -- and --

          Mark E. McKane, P.C., Esq.
          KIRKLAND & ELLIS LLP
          555 California Street
          San Francisco, CA 94104
          Tel: (415)439-1400
          Fax: (415)439-1500
          Email: mark.mckane@kirkland.com

                    About Energy Future

Energy Future Holdings Corp., formerly known as TXU Corp., is a
privately held diversified energy holding company with a Portfolio
of competitive and regulated energy businesses in Texas.

Oncor, an 80 percent-owned entity within the EFH group, is the
largest regulated transmission and distribution utility in Texas.

The Company delivers electricity to roughly three million delivery
points in and around Dallas-Fort Worth. EFH Corp. was created in
October 2007 in a $45 billion leverage buyout of Texas power
company TXU in a deal led by private-equity companies Kohlberg
Kravis Roberts & Co. and TPG Inc.

On April 29, 2014, Energy Future Holdings and 70 affiliated
companies sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D. Del.
Lead Case No. 14-10979) after reaching a deal with some key
financial stakeholders to keep its businesses operating while
reducing its roughly $40 billion in debt.

The Debtors' cases have been assigned to Judge Christopher S.
Sontchi (CSS).

As of Dec. 31, 2013, EFH Corp. reported assets of $36.4 billion in
book value and liabilities of $49.7 billion.  The Debtors have
$42 billion of funded indebtedness.

EFH's legal advisor for the Chapter 11 proceedings is Kirkland &
Ellis LLP, its financial advisor is Evercore Partners and its
restructuring advisor is Alvarez & Marsal. The TCEH first lien
lenders supporting the restructuring agreement are represented by
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP as legal advisor, and
Millstein & Co., LLC, as financial advisor.

The EFIH unsecured creditors supporting the restructuring agreement
are represented by Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, as legal
advisor, and Centerview Partners, as financial advisor. The EFH
equity holders supporting the restructuring agreement are
represented by Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, as legal advisor,
and Blackstone Advisory Partners LP, as financial advisor.  Epiq
Systems is the claims agent.

Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB, the successor trustee for the
second-lien noteholders owed about $1.6 billion, is represented by
Ashby & Geddes, P.A.'s William P. Bowden, Esq., and Gregory A.
Taylor, Esq., and Brown Rudnick LLP's Edward S. Weisfelner, Esq.,
Jeffrey L. Jonas, Esq., Andrew P. Strehle, Esq., Jeremy B. Coffey,
Esq., and Howard L. Siegel, Esq.  An Official Committee of
Unsecured Creditors has been appointed in the case. The Committee
represents the interests of the unsecured creditors of only of
Energy Future Competitive Holdings Company LLC; EFCH's direct
subsidiary, Texas Competitive Electric Holdings Company LLC; and
EFH Corporate Services Company, and of no other debtors. The
Committee has selected Morrison & Foerster LLP and Polsinelli PC
for representation in this high-profile energy restructuring. The
lawyers working on the case are James M. Peck, Esq., Brett H.
Miller, Esq., and Lorenzo Marinuzzi, Esq., at Morrison & Foerster
LLP; and Christopher A. Ward, Esq., Justin K. Edelson, Esq., Shanti
M. Katona, Esq., and Edward Fox, Esq., at Polsinelli PC.

                      *     *     *

In December 2015, the Bankruptcy Court confirmed the Debtors' Sixth
Amended Joint Plan of Reorganization.  In May 2016, certain first
lien creditors of TCEH delivered a Plan Support Termination Notice
to the Debtors and the other parties to the Plan Support Agreement,
notifying the parties of the occurrence of a Plan Support
Termination Event.  The delivery of the Plan Support Termination
Notice caused the Confirmed Plan to become null and void.

Following the occurrence of the Plan Support Termination Event as
well as the termination of a roughly $20 billion deal to sell the
Debtors' stake in Oncor Electric Delivery Co., the Debtors filed
the Plan of Reorganization and the Disclosure Statement with the
Bankruptcy Court on May 1, 2016.  On May 11, they filed an amended
joint plan of reorganization and a related disclosure statement.

In June 2016, Judge Sontchi approved the disclosure statement
explaining Energy Future Holdings Corp., et al.'s second amended
joint plan of reorganization of the TCEH Debtors and the EFH
Shared Services Debtors.

On Aug. 27, 2016, Judge Sontchi confirmed the Chapter 11 exit plans
of two of Energy Future Holdings Corp.'s subsidiaries, power
generator Luminant and retail electricity provider TXU Energy Inc.


ENOR CORP: Hearing on Disclosures Approval Set For Oct. 27
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The Hon. Vincent F. Papalia of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of New Jersey has scheduled for Oct. 27, 2016, at 11:00
a.m. the hearing on the adequacy of the disclosure statement filed
by Enor Corporation describing the Debtor's plan of
reorganization.

                     About Enor Corp

Enor Corporation is a plastics manufacturer that originally focused
on the production of protective plastic sleeves and packaging for
use in hobbies, photographic storage and the storage of collectible
items.  Enor operated out of two facilities, one in New Jersey and
one in South Carolina, which are owned by affiliates.

Enor Corporation sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. D.N.J. Case
No. 15-32714) on Dec. 2, 2015.  The petition was signed by Steven
Udwin, director.

Judge Vincent F. Papalia is assigned to the case.  

The Debtor disclosed assets of $248,659 and $5.20 million in debt.

Jeffrey A. Cooper, Esq., at Rabinowitz, Lubetkin & Tully, LLC,
serves as the Debtor's counsel.

On Dec. 18, 2015, the U.S. Trustee's office established an official
committee of unsecured creditors.  On April 4, 2016, the Court
entered an order authorizing the Committee to retain B. Riley &
Co., LLC, as financial advisors.  The Committee has hired Saul
Ewing LLP as its legal counsel.

No Chapter 11 trustee has been appointed in the case.


EXPORTHER BONDED: Amends Estimate of Asset Liquidation
------------------------------------------------------
Exporther Bonded Corp. filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Florida a second amended disclosure statement
regarding the Debtor's first amended plan dated July 27, 2016.

The Debtor intends to liquidate all of its assets to create a
Liquidation Fund.  The Second Amended Disclosure Statement proposes
that payments and distributions under the Plan will be funded by
the Debtor's liquidation of its assets, believed to be between
$50,000 and $100,000 as of confirmation (net of operating expenses
incurred in the liquidation process).  

The Plan also contemplates a payment from Jorge H. Rivero, Jorge H.
Rivero, Jr., and Juan Carlos Rivero, the Debtor's management, to
pay creditors.

The Debtor believes the Alcohol, Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau's
Allowed Claim of $1,746,321.36 is unsecured.  Nonetheless, to the
extent it is determined to be secured, the claim will be paid from
the Liquidation Fund (not the Rivero Payment) in accordance with
their lien rights.  Otherwise they will be paid as a priority tax
claim pursuant to Section 507 of the Code.

General unsecured creditors are classified in Class 2 and will
receive a distribution of 0 to 5% of their allowed claims, to be
distributed in a lump sum on the date or dates indicated.

In addition, the Rivero payment will be earmarked to allow 10%
(approximately $90,000) to be distributed pro rata to Class 2 if no
other funds are available.

The Plan will also be funded by the Rivero payment which is in the
nature of a settlement of potential claims which the Debtor and the
estate may have against the Riveros.  The Rivero payment is also --
in part -- an equity investment in exchange for their ongoing
ownership of the post-confirmation Debtor.  For clarity, the Debtor
expects it will have no tangible material assets after the
liquidation contemplated.  Upon confirmation, the Riveros will be
fully and legally committed to the Rivero payment in full in the
amount of $890,886.  This amount reflects the full amount due in
the Debtor's books, without consideration of any defenses which the
Riveros may have.  The payment will be delayed pending their
ability to raise the funds (the delay goes to the timing of the
payment, not the commitment to nor the ability to make it).  The
delay is expected to be no more than 6 months from confirmation.
The Debtor believes in good faith that the Riveros have access to
sufficient assets to fund the Rivero payment.  In addition, the
Debtor expects that the relevant facts attendant to the Rivero
payment will be more clear as the confirmation approaches and
intends to keep the Court and interested parties apprised
commensurately.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Aug. 8, 2016, the
Debtor filed a first amended disclosure statement describing its
first amended plan of liquidation, which propose that general
unsecured creditors classified in Class 2 will receive a
distribution of 0 to 5 % of their allowed claims, to be distributed
in a lump sum on the date or dates indicated.  The First Amended
Disclosure Statement proposes that payments and distributions under
the Plan will be funded by the
Debtor's liquidation of its assets, believed to be between $100,000
and $300,000 as of confirmation.  The Plan will also be funded by
the payment from the Riveros of their insider loans, which
presently amount to $890,886.

The Second Amended Disclosure Statement is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb15-28287-222.pdf

Exporther Bonded Corp., dba EBC Duty Free, a ship chandler
generally providing specialized goods for export, usually on cruise
ships, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. S.D. Fla., Case No.
15-28287) on Oct. 15, 2015.  The Debtor's counsel is David R.
Softness, Esq., in Miami, Florida.  At the time of filing, the
Debtor had $0 to $50,000 in estimated assets and $1 million to $10
million in estimated liabilities.

A list of the Debtor's 20 largest unsecured creditors is available
for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb15-28287.pdf


FANNIN COUNTY: S&P Lowers Rating on Revenue Debt to 'BB'
--------------------------------------------------------
S&P Global Ratings lowered its long-term rating on Fannin County
Public Facility Corp. (PFC), Texas' revenue debt outstanding to
'BB' from 'BBB' and kept the rating on CreditWatch, where it was
placed with negative implications June 3, 2016.

The bonds are secured by revenues pledged under a contract with the
United States Marshals Service (USMS), which falls under the
jurisdiction of the Department of Justice (DOJ). On Aug. 18, 2016,
the DOJ released a memo directing the Federal Bureau of Prisons
(BOP) to "reduce and ultimately end the use of privately operated
prisons."  Soon thereafter, the Department of Homeland Security
(DHS) directed a subcommittee to review the current policy and
practices concerning the use of private detention centers and
evaluate whether the practice of contracting with private operators
should be eliminated.  The USMS has not stated a change in its
current practice to use privately operated facilities; however, S&P
believes that the change in policy at the DOJ for its BOP
facilities heightens the risk that the USMS could follow a similar
path.

The rating reflects S&P's opinion of:

   -- The industry's inherent volatility, primarily because of the

      potential fluctuation for facility demand, its essentiality,

      and the uncertainty created by event risks and changes in
      policy at the federal level;

   -- Adequate historical annual debt service coverage, which
      could significantly change in the event that the contract is

      not renewed, or there is a reduction in demand;

   -- Lack of capacity within the USMS's current federally owned
      detention facilities, which S&P believes leads to increased
      service essentiality; and

   -- The bonds' legal and security provisions, including the
      short-term nature of a perpetuation agreement with renewal
      risks supporting the pledged revenue; and

   -- The quality of management and operations to date, which has
      not disrupted cash flows since the project's inception.

Community Education Centers, an operator of detention and
correctional facilities, continues to operate the facility pursuant
to a long-standing operations agreement.

"The CreditWatch negative placement reflects the uncertainty and
potential negative implications from the current federal
environment as various agencies continue to evaluate their use of
private operators," said S&P Global Ratings credit analyst Ann
Richardson.

The USMS has yet to announce any sort of shift in federal policy;
however, S&P believes there could be some sort of cotangent risk
that could spill over from the DOJ's directive and the findings
from DHS's subcommittee.  The recommendation of the DHS
subcommittee is not expected until late November.  As a result, S&P
will continue to monitor the situation and take rating actions as
necessary.  S&P expects to resolve the CreditWatch placement within
90 days.  S&P could lower the rating if findings from that
subcommittee trickle over to the USMS, and ultimately affect how
that federal entity awards its contracts, or if additional
information from the DOJ indicates a shift in policy that will
affect the USMS's ability to use private operators.  If it becomes
clear that the DOJ's shift in policy will not affect the USMS's use
of privately operated prison facilities, S&P could affirm the
rating and remove it from CreditWatch.


FANSTEEL INC: Has Until Oct. 17 to Use Cash Collateral
------------------------------------------------------
Judge Anita L. Shodeen of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Iowa authorized Fansteel, Inc., to use cash
collateral on an interim basis, until Oct. 17, 2016.

The Debtor was authorized to continue using cash collateral on the
same terms and conditions of the Consent Order entered on Sept. 19,
2016, except that TCTM Financial FS, LLC's ability to terminate the
use of cash collateral by filing a notice of failure to abide by
the terms and conditions of the stipulation was eliminated.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated Sept. 28, 2016, is available
at http://bankrupt.com/misc/FansteelInc2016_1601823als11_111.pdf

                    About Fansteel, Inc.

Headquartered in Creston, Iowa, Fansteel operates four business
units at four locations in the USA and one in Mexico with a
workforce of more than 600 employees.  Fansteel generated
approximately $87.4 million in revenue in 2015 on a consolidated
basis.  WDC contributes approximately 67% of Fansteel's sales.  The
rest of the sales are generated from Intercast, a division of
Fansteel, and other non-debtor subsidiaries, as disclosed in court
documents.

Fansteel, Inc., and subsidiaries Wellman Dynamics Corporation and
Wellman Dynamics Machinery & Assembly Inc., each filed a voluntary
petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.  The cases are
pending in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of
Iowa (Bankr. S.D. Iowa proposed Lead Case No. 16-01823) before
Judge Anita L. Shodeen.

The Debtors listed total assets of $32.9 million and total debt of
$41.97 million as of the bankruptcy filing.

The U.S. Trustee for Region 12 on Sept. 23 appointed nine creditors
of Fansteel Inc. to serve on the official committee of unsecured
creditors.


FDO HOLDINGS: S&P Affirms 'B' Rating on 1st Lien Debt
-----------------------------------------------------
S&P Global Ratings affirmed its 'B' issue-level rating on FDO
Holdings Inc.'s first-lien debt and revised its recovery rating on
the debt to '4' from '3' following the company's announcement that
it is upsizing its new first-lien term loan due 2023 by
$50 million to $350 million.  The '4' recovery rating indicates
S&P's expectation that lenders would receive average recovery
(30%-50%; upper half of the range) of their principal in the event
of a payment default.  The company plans to use the proceeds from
the incremental loan to fund additional dividends to financial
sponsors.

The 'B' corporate credit rating on FDO Holdings Inc. incorporates
S&P's expectation that the company's leverage will be about 5.0x
pro forma for the transaction (adjusted for operating leases), from
mid-to-high 4.0x with originally proposed transaction.   The stable
outlook reflects our expectation that the company will be able to
continue profitably expanding its store base on a leverage neutral
basis in the next 12 months.

RATINGS LIST

FDO Holdings Inc.
Corporate Credit Rating        B/Stable/--

Rating Affirmed; Recovery Rating Revised
                                To             From
Floor and Decor Outlets of America Inc.
$350M first-lien term loan     B               B
    due 2023                    4H              3L


FERGUSON CONVALESCENT: Marketing Plan Ongoing, 6th PCO Report Says
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Deborah L. Fish, the Patient Care Ombudsman for Ferguson
Convalescent Home, Inc., has filed a sixth report for the period of
July 30, 2016 to September 22, 2016.

The Debtor has maintained all of its services and is delivering
similar quality care to essentially the same patient population as
it did pre-petition. The Debtor has 59 residents and employs nearly
100 full and part-time employees. Meanwhile, the Debtor is in the
process of finalizing a marketing initiative to increase the
census. The Debtor believed that any increase in the resident
numbers will increase the Debtor's profitability.

Moreover, there have not been any significant changes to the
Debtor's nursing staff and the security since the previous report.
The administration and staff confirmed that the Debtor is
continuing to receive all of its necessary supplies without any
interruptions in the service.

         About Ferguson Convalescent

Ferguson Convalescent Home, Inc., filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy
petition (Bankr. E.D. Mich. Case No. 16-30397) on Feb. 24, 2016.
The cases are pending before the Honorable Daniel S. Opperman. The
Debtor is represented by Martin W. Hable, Esq., in Lapeer, Mich.

The Debtor is a privately owned and licensed long term skilled
nursing facility located at 239 S. Main St., Lapeer, Mich. It
consists of 87 licensed beds, located within a leased facility. The
Debtor currently has 54 residents and employs nearly 100 full and
part-time employees.


FERRELLGAS PARTNERS: S&P Lowers CCR to 'B'; Outlook Negative
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S&P Global Ratings said it lowered its corporate credit rating on
Ferrellgas Partners L.P. to 'B' from 'B+'.  The outlook is
negative.  S&P also lowered the rating on the company's senior
unsecured debt to 'CCC+' from 'B-'.  The '6' recovery rating on
this debt is unchanged and indicates expectations for negligible
(0%-10%) recovery if a payment default occurs.

At the same time, S&P lowered the corporate credit and senior
unsecured debt ratings on Ferrellgas L.P. to 'B' from 'B+'.  The
outlook is negative.  The '4' recovery rating is unchanged and
indicates that lenders can expect average (30%-50%; lower half of
the range) recovery in the event of a payment default.

The rating action follows the company's announcement that it has
reached a settlement on a contract with Jamex Marketing LLC, which
provided 80% of the adjusted EBITDA in the crude oil logistics
business.  The contract provided for a minimum volume commitment
and payment obligation when volumes fell below certain thresholds.
Since this past February, Jamex has no longer delivered volumes and
has not met the payment obligations.  As a result, S&P no longer
expects cash flows tied to that contract to be realized going
forward.  Leverage is already elevated due to the recent warm
winter and as a result, the partnership had negligible covenant
cushion to its July 2016 financial covenants.  S&P now expects
consolidated adjusted leverage of about 7.5x.

"The negative outlook on Ferrellgas Partners L.P. reflects our
expectation that consolidated adjusted debt to EBITDA will exceed
7x over the next 12 months and that the company faces execution
risk in successfully reducing debt below those levels," said S&P
Global Ratings credit analyst Mike Llanos.

S&P could lower the rating if the upcoming winter is warmer than
normal, which could pressure covenant compliance and constrain
liquidity.  This could also occur if S&P expects consolidated
adjusted debt to EBITDA to be sustained above 7.5x.

S&P would revise the outlook to stable if it expects the
partnership to successfully reduce consolidated adjusted leverage
below 6.5x and a distribution coverage ratio above 1x.  This could
occur if excess cash is used to repay outstanding debt.



FOREST CITY: S&P Affirms Then Withdraws 'BB' CCR
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S&P Global Ratings affirmed its 'BB' corporate credit rating on
Forest City Enterprises LP.  The outlook is positive.

Subsequently, S&P withdrew its corporate credit rating on the
company at the issuer's request, along with all of S&P's
issue-level ratings.



FOUNDATION HEALTHCARE: Covenant Problem Raises Going Concern Doubt
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Foundation Healthcare, Inc., filed its quarterly report on Form
10-Q, disclosing a net loss of $10.27 million on $27.34 million of
revenues for the three months ended June 30, 2016, compared with a
net income of $5.79 million on $31.86 million of revenues for the
same period in 2015.

The Company's balance sheet at June 30, 2016, showed $127.29
million in total assets, $136.02 million in total liabilities,
$6.96 million in preferred non-controlling interest, and a
stockholders' deficit of $15.69 million.

As of June 30, 2016, the Company had an accumulated deficit of
$43.8 million and a working capital deficit of $5.4 million
(adjusted for redemption payments of $0.9 million payable to
preferred non-controlling interest holders in October 2016).
During the six months ended June 30, 2016, the Company generated a
net loss attributable to Foundation Healthcare common stock of
$11.7 million and used $5.3 million in cash flow from operating
activities from continuing operations.  As of June 30, 2016, the
Company had cash and cash equivalents of $1.1 million and no
availability under a $15.5 million line of credit from its senior
lender.  Given the due dates of certain liability and debt payments
and preferred noncontrolling interests redemption requirements,
management projects that the Company may not be able to meet all of
its obligations as they become due over the next twelve months.
The Company plan to meet the projected cash flow shortage from the
sale of certain assets and projected increase in revenues and
decreases in expenses at its hospitals.

The Company is required to maintain compliance with certain
financial covenants imposed by its Senior Lenders.  As of June 30,
2016, the Company is not in compliance with those covenants.  On
August 19, 2016, the Senior Lenders waived the financial covenant
violations and modified the financial covenant requirements for the
remainder of 2016 and first quarter of 2017.  In addition, the
Senior Lenders extended the due date of a required $3 million
principal payment on the Revolving Loan to January 15, 2017.  There
is no assurance that the Senior Lenders will waive any future
covenant violations.

A copy of the Form 10-Q is available at:
                              
                       https://is.gd/Gs6xxR

                    About Foundation Healthcare

Oklahoma City-based Foundation Healthcare is a healthcare services
company primarily focused on owning controlling interests in
surgical hospitals and the inclusion of ancillary service lines.
The Company currently owns controlling and noncontrolling
interests in surgical hospitals located in Texas.  The Company also
owns noncontrolling interests in ambulatory surgery centers
("ASCs") located in Texas, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
Maryland and Ohio.

Additionally, the Company provides sleep testing management
services to various rural hospitals in Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri,
Nebraska and South Dakota under management contracts with the
hospitals.  The Company provides management services to a majority
of its Affiliates under the terms of various management agreements.
Prior to Dec. 2, 2013, the Company's name was
Graymark Healthcare, Inc.

Foundation Healthcare reported net income attributable to the
Company's common stock of $5.19 million on $126 million of
revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, compared to a net loss
attributable to the Company's common stock of $2.09 million on
$102 million of revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2014.



FRANCISCO JAVIER SANCHEZ: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing on Oct. 27
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The Hon. August B. Landis of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Nevada has approved Francisco Javier Sanchez and Maria
Elena Sanchez's disclosure statement for the Debtors' plan of
reorganization.  

The Debtors' Plan is scheduled for hearing on Oct. 27, 2016.      


Francisco Javier Sanchez and Maria Elena Sanchez filed for Chapter
11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D. Nev. Case No. 15-14039) on July
14, 2015.

The Debtors' counsel can be reached at:

     Corey B.  Beck, Esq.
     425 South Sixth Street
     Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
     Tel: (702) 678-1999
     Fax: (702)678-6788
     E-mail: becksbk@yahoo.com


GAINESVILLE ALF: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Gainesville ALF, LLC
           dba Oxton Place of Gainesville, LLC
           dba Manor House of Gainesville, LLC
        621 North Cherokee Road
        Social Circle, GA 30025

Case No.: 16-21959

Nature of Business: Health Care

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 30, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Northern District of Georgia (Gainesville)

Judge: Hon. James R. Sacca

Debtor's Counsel: Theodore N. Stapleton, Esq.
                  THEODORE N. STAPLETON, P.C.
                  Suite 100-B
                  2802 Paces Ferry Road
                  Atlanta, GA 30339
                  Tel: 770 436-3334
                  Fax: (404) 935-5344
                  E-mail: tstaple@tstaple.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Dwayne Edwards, managing member.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 20 largest unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/ganb16-21959.pdf


GLEN HAMMER: Proposes to Pay $5K to Unsecured Creditors
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Glen H. Hammer filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Florida a disclosure statement in connection
to his Plan of Reorganization proposing to pay a total distribution
of $5,000 pro rata to allowed claims of general unsecured
creditors.

Payments of $1,000 shall be distributed pro rata on an annual
basis, starting on the first of the year after the Effective Date,
until the aggregate amount of $5,000.00 is paid. The Debtor may
prepay any or all of the distributions with no prepayment penalty.


The Debtor has successfully negotiated reduced payout terms with
his largest creditors, specifically secured lender HSBC Bank, N.A.
as well as Archer Capital Fund L.P. and BCWW 2013 LLC.

The secured debt with HSBC will be paid by the rental income
generated by the Condominium located at 2000 N. Ocean Dr, Unit
1010, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and the  unsecured creditors will
receive a portion of the Debtor’s social security earnings.
Archer and BCWW, per the settlement agreement, will not receive any
distribution.

The Debtor believes that the payment plans proposed in the
Disclosure Statement are feasible with the restructured debt terms
coupled with positive future projections of cash flow.

A full-text copy of the Disclosure Statement dated September 14,
2016 is available at https://is.gd/lYr8gH

   About Glen H. Hammer

Glen H. Hammer sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. S.D. Fla. Case No. 15-24199) on August 6, 2015.  The
case is assigned to Judge Paul G. Hyman, Jr.


GOODMAN AND DOMINGUEZ: Unsecureds To Recoup 26.9% Under Plan
------------------------------------------------------------
Goodman and Dominguez, Inc., et al., and the Official Committee of
Unsecured Creditors filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Florida a disclosure statement for their plan
of reorganization dated Sept. 21, 2016.

Class 3 General Unsecured Claims are impaired and holders are
estimated to recover approximately $4.65 million or 26.9%.

Each holder of an allowed General Unsecured Claim will receive its
pro rata share of (i) the Class 3 annual minimum distribution on
the Class 3 annual minimum distribution payment dates, (ii) the
Class 3 annual excess cash flow distribution on the Class 3 annual
excess cash flow distribution dates, and (iii) 50% of the net
proceeds from any cause of action.

If a Class 3 Claim is disputed on or after the Effective Date, the
Reorganized Debtors will deposit in the disputed claims reserve the
amount of the disputed Class 3 Claim's pro rata share of the Class
3 annual minimum distribution, Class 3 annual excess cash flow
distribution and interest in 50% of the net proceeds from any cause
of action, and the amounts will be held in the disputed claims
reserve until the time as the claim is allowed and thereafter paid
by the Reorganized Debtors from the disputed claims reserve or
otherwise distributed pursuant to the terms of the Plan.  Once a
Class 3 Claim becomes allowed by final court order or otherwise
pursuant to the terms of the Plan, the holder of the allowed Class
3 Claim will receive a distribution or distributions in cash from
the Reorganized Debtors representing the holder's pro rata share of
the Class 3 annual minimum distribution, Class 3 annual excess cash
flow distribution and interest in 50% of the net proceeds from any
cause of action.  Holders of claims in Class 3 will be released
from liability in respect of avoidance actions.  The Debtors or the
Reorganized Debtors, as the case may be, explicitly waive any right
to pursue avoidance actions against the holders of claims in Class
3.

The Debtors or Reorganized Debtors, as applicable, will not be
required to make a distribution to any creditor if the dollar
amount of the Distribution is less than $10 or otherwise so small
that the cost of making that distribution exceeds the dollar amount
of the distribution.  On the time that the final distribution is
made, the Debtors or Reorganized Debtors, as applicable, may make a
donation of undistributable funds as defined by Local Rule
3011-1(C)(1), in the reasonable discretion of the Debtors or
Reorganized Debtors, as applicable, to one or more of the following
organizations (each of which qualifies for not-for-profit status
under section 501(c)(3) of the Tax Code) with undistributable funds
if, in the reasonable judgment of the Debtors or Reorganized
Debtors, as applicable, the cost of calculating and making the
final distribution of the undistributable funds remaining is
excessive in relation to the benefits to the or holders of claims
who would otherwise be entitled to distributions: (i) the
Bankruptcy Bar Foundation of the Bankruptcy Bar Association of the
Southern District of Florida; or (ii) The Eleanor R. Cristol and
Judge A. Jay Cristol Bankruptcy Pro Bono Assistance Clinic at the
University of Miami School of Law.

The Debtors or the Reorganized Debtors, as applicable, will use the
(i) available cash on the Effective Date, (ii) cash flow on and
after the Effective Date, or, where applicable, (iii) disputed
claims reserve, to make all Distributions required to be made by
the Debtors or the Reorganized Debtors, as applicable, on and after
the Effective Date in accordance with the Plan.   

The Disclosure Statement is available at:
     
           http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb16-10056-274.pdf

The Debtors' counsel can be reached at:

     Joshua W. Dobin, Esq.
     Peter D. Russin, Esq.
     MELAND RUSSIN & BUDWICK, P.A.
     3200 Southeast Financial Center
     200 South Biscayne Boulevard
     Miami, Florida 33131
     Tel: (305) 358-6363
     Fax: (305) 358-1221
     E-mail: jdobin@melandrussin.com
             prussin@melandrussin.com

The counsel to the Committee can be reached at:

     Christopher Andrew Jarvinen, Esq.
     BERGER SINGERMAN LLP
     1450 Brickell Avenue, Suite 1900
     Miami, Florida 33133
     Tel: (305) 755-9500
     Fax: (305) 714-4340
     E-mail: cjarvinen@bergersingerman.com

          About Goodman and Dominguez

Goodman and Dominguez, Inc. -- dba Traffic, Traffic Shoe, Goodman &
Dominguez, Inc., Traffic Shoes, and Traffic Shoe, Inc. -- is a
retailer headquartered in Medley, Florida.  It operates 83 stores
in malls across nine states and Puerto Rico.  It also sells its
teen fashion products at http://www.trafficshoe.com/  

Goodman and Dominguez, Inc, et al., filed Chapter 11 petitions
(Bankr. S.D. Fla. Case No. 16-10056) on Jan. 4, 2016.  Judge Robert
A Mark presides over the case.  Lawyers at Meland Russin & Budwick,
P.A., represent the Debtors.

In its petition, Goodman and Dominguez estimated $1 million to $10
million in both assets and liabilities.  The petition was signed by
David Goodman, president.


GRADY COUNTY: S&P Affirms 'BB+' Rating on Revenue Bonds
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S&P Global Ratings affirmed its 'BB+' long-term rating on Grady
County Criminal Justice Authority (CJA), Okla.'s revenue bonds, and
removed the rating from CreditWatch where it had been placed with
negative implications June 3, 2016.  The outlook is stable.

"We view the CJA's service essentiality as a key credit strength,"
said S&P Global Ratings credit analyst Ann Richardson.

The rating reflects S&P's opinion of:

   -- Lack of capacity within the United States Marshals Services'

      (USMS) current federally owned detention facilities, which
       S&P believes leads to increased service essentiality;

   -- The industry's inherent volatility, primarily because of the

      potential fluctuation for facility demand, its essentiality,

      and the uncertainty created by event risks and changes in
      policy at the federal level;

   -- Adequate historical pledged net revenues relative to maximum

      annual debt service (MADS), which could change significantly

      in the event that the contract is not renewed, or there is a

      reduction in demand;

   -- The bonds' legal and security provisions, including the
      short-term nature of the contract with renewal risks
      supporting the pledged revenue; and

   -- The county's continued operation of the facility independent

      of any private for-profit operator.

The outlook reflects S&P's expectation that USMS will continue to
demand use of the facility at similar levels to prior years given
the lack of federal facilities to house detainees, and that net
revenues may fluctuate, but will continue to provide at least
adequate net DSC.  In addition, the outlook is based on S&P's view
that the authority will continue to manage and operate the
facilities according to federal standards, and that the USMS, or
the primary funding agency, will maintain the perpetual agreement
with the authority.  As a result, S&P views it as unlikely the
rating will change over the two-year outlook horizon.

Given the potential for fluctuations in demand and service
essentiality, which S&P views as a continued risk and inherent
weakness, S&P do not expect to raise the rating; however, S&P could
do so if the agreement between the CJA and the USMS were to
strengthen, indicating sustained demand for the facility.

A material decrease in demand for the facility that resulted in
dilution of coverage, or a shift in federal policy or law that
dictates a reduction in appropriations, could lead to a downgrade.


GROUP 6842: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use on Final Basis
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Judge Ernest M. Robles of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central
District of California authorized Group 6842, LLC to use cash
collateral on a final basis.

Judge Robles authorized the Debtor to use, through the pendency of
the chapter 11 case, and and all cash collateral on hand or later
collected, consistent with the approved Budget.

A full-text copy of the Final Order, dated September 28, 2016, is
available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/GROUP68422016_215bk29494er_248.pdf

                 About Group 6842, LLC.

Group 6842, LLC, fka The Martin Groupe, Inc., is a California
limited liability company owns and manages an eight story
commercial office building located at 6842 Van Nuys Blvd., Van
Nuys, California (the "Property"). The Property is currently
generating approximately $80,000 of rent a month at a current
occupancy rate of 60%. After infusing approximately $1 million of
equity for remodeling of the Property, however, the Debtor has
recently attracted a tenant to occupy the remainder of the
Property. The Debtor is in negotiations and has reached an
agreement, in principal, with this proposed tenant to occupy the
remaining 40% of the Property, which will increase the Debtor's
monthly revenue by approximately $80,000.

Group 6842, LLC, fka The Martin Groupe, Inc. filed a Chapter 11
bankruptcy petition (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No. 15-29494) on Dec.
30, 2015.  The petition was signed by Derek Folk, manager.

The Debtor estimated assets at $10 million to $50 million and debts
at $10 million to $50 million at the time of the filing.   The case
is assigned to Judge Ernest M. Robles.

The Debtor is represented by Garrick A Hollander, Esq., at Winthrop
Couchot Professional Corporation.



GROUP 6842: Disclosures Approved; Dec. 20 Plan Hearing Set
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Judge Ernest M. Robles has approved the Second Amended Disclosure
Statement in support of the First Amended Chapter 11 Plan of Group
6842, LLC, on Sept. 30, 2016.

A hearing will be held on the confirmation of the Debtor's Chapter
11 Plan on Dec. 20, 2016, at 10:00 a.m.

Eligible parties may cast their ballots on the Plan no later than
Nov. 3.

Parties-in-interest also have until Dec. 1 to file to written
objections to the confirmation of the Plan.

                     About Group 6842, LLC

Group 6842, LLC, fka The Martin Groupe, Inc., is a California
limited liability company owns and manages an eight story
commercial office building located at 6842 Van Nuys Blvd., Van
Nuys, California (the "Property"). The Property is currently
generating approximately $80,000 of rent a month at a current
occupancy rate of 60%. After infusing approximately $1 million of
equity for remodeling of the Property, however, the Debtor has
recently attracted a tenant to occupy the remainder of the
Property. The Debtor is in negotiations and has reached an
agreement, in principal, with this proposed tenant to occupy the
remaining 40% of the Property, which will increase the Debtor's
monthly revenue by approximately $80,000.

Group 6842, LLC, fka The Martin Groupe, Inc. filed a Chapter 11
bankruptcy petitions (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No. 15-29494) on
Dec. 30, 2015.  The petition was signed by Derek Folk, manager.

The Debtor disclosed estimated assets of $10 million to $50
million and estimated debts of $10 million to $50 million. Judge
Ernest M. Robles has been assigned the case.

The Debtor has engaged Garrick A Hollander, Esq., of the Winthrop
Couchot Professional Corporation as general insolvency counsel.


GROWTH OPPORTUNITY: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing on Nov. 16
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The Hon. Bruce A. Harwood of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of New Hampshire has approved Growth Opportunity Alliance
of Greater Lawrence, Inc.'s disclosure statement dated Sept. 19,
2016, pertaining to the plan of reorganization dated Sept. 19,
2016.

A hearing on confirmation of the Plan will be held on Nov. 16,
2016, at 2:00 p.m.

Objections to the confirmation of the Plan as well as written
acceptances or rejections of the Plan must be filed by Nov. 9,
2016.

On Oct. 12, 2016, the plan proponent will serve a copy of this
order, the Disclosure Statement, the Plan, and a ballot on all
creditors and parties in interest.

Under the pot plan, the Debtor will finish converting the
Remaining
estate Property to cash.  The cash will be added to the Net Asset
Sale Proceeds in the amount of $163,215 being held by the Debtor.

The funds in the Pot will be distributed to creditors holding
Allowed Claims on a Class-by-Class basis in accordance with the
seniority of each Class, which creates the waterfall projected
based on the Net Asset Sale Proceeds alone. Although other factors
will affect the accuracy of the distribution projection, the most
significant is the Debtor's assumption that the Bankruptcy Court
will avoid any security interests held by Bank of New England
referred to as the Bank or BNE because of its failure to perfect
the interests by filing financing statements as required by the
Uniform Commercial Code.

The Amended Disclosure Statement further notes that the Debtor
expects to pay the dividends due creditors holding Allowed General
Unsecured Claims Class before Dec. 15, 2016.

Under the Liquidating Pot Plan, the allowed creditors in the
General Unsecured Claims Class will be paid in full, without
interest.

A full-text copy of the Amended Disclosure Statement is available
at http://bankrupt.com/misc/nhb15-11098-162.pdf  

Growth Opportunity Alliance of Greater Lawrence Inc., a charitable
corporation, sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. D.N.H. Case No. 15-11098) on July 13, 2015.  The
Petition was filed by the Company's Acting Chairman of the Board of
Directors, James Salsbury.

The Debtor is represented by William S. Gannon, Esq. at William S.
Gannon, PLLC of 889 Elm Street, 4th Floor, Manchester, NH.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated its assets at
$100,001 to $500,000 and debts at $500,001 to $1 million.


HALCON RESOURCES: Enters Into Supplement Indentures with U.S. Bank
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Halcon Resources Corporation, certain guarantors and U.S. Bank
National Association, as trustee, entered into:

   (i) a First Supplemental Indenture to that certain Indenture,
       dated as of May 1, 2015, by and among the Company, each of
       the guarantors named therein and the Trustee with respect
       to the Company's 8.625% Senior Secured Notes due 2020; and

  (ii) a First Supplemental Indenture to that certain Indenture,
       dated as of Dec. 21, 2015, by and among the Company, each
       of the guarantors named therein and the Trustee with
       respect to the Company's 12.0% Second Lien Senior Secured
       Notes due 2022.  

The Second Lien Note Supplemental Indentures amend the Second Lien
Note Indentures to modify the incurrence of indebtedness, lien and
restricted payments covenants.  The amendments contained in the
Second Lien Note Supplemental Indentures required the consent of
the holders of at least a majority of the aggregate principal
amount of each series of outstanding Second Lien Notes, which was
obtained through a consent solicitation.  The Second Lien Note
Supplemental Indentures became operative upon the consummation of
the consent solicitation on Sept. 30, 2016.

Pursuant to the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in
the consent solicitation statement previously distributed to
holders of record of the Second Lien Notes as of Sept. 13, 2016,
the consent fee for holders of each series of Second Lien Notes who
consented to the amendments contained in the applicable Second Lien
Note Supplemental Indenture was equal to $12.50 in cash for each
$1,000 in principal amount of such consenting holder's Second Lien
Notes.  The Company paid an aggregate consent fee of approximately
$10 million.

                       About Halcon Resources

Halcon Resources Corporation is an independent energy company
engaged in the acquisition, production, exploration and development
of onshore oil and natural gas properties in the United States.

Halcon Resources and 21 of its subsidiaries each filed a voluntary
petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Del.
Case Nos. 16-11724 through 16-11745) on July 27, 2016.  The
petitions were signed by Stephen W. Herod as president.  The
Debtors listed assets of $2.84 billion and debts of $3.14 billion
as of March 31, 2016.

The Debtors have hired Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP and
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP as co-counsel; PJT Partners LP as
investment banker; Alvarez & Marsal North America, LLC as
restructuring advisor; and Epiq Bankruptcy Solutions, LLC as
claims, noticing and solicitation agent.

Halcon Resources completed its financial restructuring and emerged
from its pre-packaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases on Sept. 9, 2016.
All of the conditions under its Plan of Reorganization, which was
confirmed by the US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware
on Sept. 8, 2016, have been satisfied or otherwise waived in
accordance with the terms of the Restructuring Plan.


HALCON RESOURCES: Franklin Reports 37.9% Stake as of Sept. 9
------------------------------------------------------------
In a Schedule 13D filed with the Securities and Exchange
Commission, Franklin Resources, Inc., Charles B. Johnson and Rupert
H. Johnson, Jr. disclosed that as of Sept. 9, 2016, they
beneficially own 34,261,436 shares of common stock, par value
$0.0001 per share, of Halcon Resources Corporation representing
37.9 percent of the shares outstanding.  Franklin Advisers, Inc.
also reported beneficial ownership of 34,011,952 common shares.

On Sept. 9, 2016, Halcon issued shares of Common Stock and warrants
to purchase additional shares of Common Stock to certain of its
creditors, including FAV and Franklin Templeton Institutional,
LLC, pursuant to the pre-packaged plan of reorganization of the
Company and certain of its subsidiaries filed on July 27, 2016, as
part of their voluntary petitions for relief under Chapter 11 of
title 11 of the United States Code in the United States Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Delaware.  The Plan included a
restructuring support agreement among the Debtors and certain
stakeholders of the Debtors, including FAV, pursuant to which the
stakeholders received the shares of Common Stock and Warrants.

Charles B. Johnson and Rupert H. Johnson, Jr. each own in excess of
10% of FRI's outstanding common stock and are the principal
stockholders of FRI.  FRI and the Principal Shareholders may be
deemed to be, for purposes of Rule 13d-3 under the Act, the
beneficial owners of securities held by persons and entities for
whom or for which FRI's subsidiaries provide investment management
services.

A full-text copy of the regulatory filing is available at:

                      https://is.gd/b4Aauz

                     About Halcon Resources

Halcon Resources Corporation is an independent energy company
engaged in the acquisition, production, exploration and development
of onshore oil and natural gas properties in the United States.

Halcon Resources and 21 of its subsidiaries each filed a voluntary
petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Del.
Case Nos. 16-11724 through 16-11745) on July 27, 2016.  The
petitions were signed by Stephen W. Herod as president.  The
Debtors listed assets of $2.84 billion and debts of $3.14 billion
as of March 31, 2016.

The Debtors have hired Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP and
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP as co-counsel; PJT Partners LP as
investment banker; Alvarez & Marsal North America, LLC as
restructuring advisor; and Epiq Bankruptcy Solutions, LLC as
claims, noticing and solicitation agent.

Halcon Resources completed its financial restructuring and emerged
from its pre-packaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases on Sept. 9, 2016.
All of the conditions under its Plan of Reorganization, which was
confirmed by the US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware
on Sept. 8, 2016, have been satisfied or otherwise waived in
accordance with the terms of the Restructuring Plan.


HARSCO CORP: S&P Revises Outlook to Stable & Affirms 'BB-' CCR
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S&P Global Ratings said that it has revised its outlook on Harsco
Corp. to stable from negative and affirmed all of its ratings on
the company, including S&P's 'BB-' corporate credit rating.

"We expect that Harsco's credit measures will improve over the next
12-18 months as the company increases its operational efficiency,
repays a portion of its outstanding debt, and benefits from the
modest stabilization in its key end markets," said S&P Global
credit analyst Tyrell Peebles.  Despite the company's operating
weakness in the first half of 2016, S&P believes that Harsco's
operations will continue to stabilize given S&P's forecast for a
stabilization in commodity prices (including Nickel and oil) this
year, which should increase the demand for the company's products
and services.  Furthermore, S&P expects Harsco to continue to
benefit from its recent restructuring initiatives under Project
Orion, which led to improved margins in its metals and minerals
segment in the first half of the year, as well as the ramp up of
new and existing contracts in the company's rail business.  In
addition, Harsco has used the net proceeds from the sale of its
ownership interest in Brand Energy to repay a portion of its
outstanding debt.  Therefore, S&P believes that the company will be
able to improve its leverage to around 4x by the end of 2016
(including $40 million in rail loss provisions) and to the high-3x
area in 2017, which reduces the risk that the company's leverage
will increase to a level that is no longer commensurate with the
current rating.

The stable outlook on Harsco reflects S&P's expectation that the
company will continue to improve its operating performance such
that its leverage will decline to around 4x by the end of 2016 and
to the high-3x area in 2017.  S&P believes that this improvement
will be supported by the relative stability in the company's end
markets, management's continued cost improvements, and the
company's planned debt repayment (using proceeds from the Brand
Energy transaction).

S&P could lower its ratings on Harsco if the company underperforms
S&P's expectations, causing its debt-to-EBITDA metric to approach
5x while its covenant headroom falls below 15% with limited
prospects for improvement.  Additionally, if management chooses to
divest the metals and minerals business, S&P would likely revise
its assessment of the company's business risk profile, which could
potentially lead S&P to lower the rating.

Although unlikely in the near term, S&P could raise its rating on
Harsco if a quicker-than-expected rebound in its key end markets
causes its credit metrics to improve significantly, including a
debt-to-EBITDA metric of less than 3x and an FFO-to-debt ratio of
more than 30% on a sustained basis.  The potential divestiture of
the company's metals and minerals business limits the potential
upside for S&P's rating.


HME HOLDINGS: Wants Authorization to Use Cash Collateral
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HME Holdings, Inc. asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District
of Puerto Rico for authorization to use cash collateral.

The Debtor and its related parties are indebted to Banco de
Desarrollo Economico de Puerto Rico, also known as BDE, in the
amount of $2,533,595, pursuant to a revolving line of credit and a
term loan.  The credit facilities are guaranteed, among other
collateral, with the accounts receivables and cash proceeds of the
Debtor.

The Debtor tells the Court that it needs, on an urgent basis, the
use of cash collateral in order to continue operations and pay
basic expenses like payroll, insurance, rent, and utilities among
others.  The Debtor further tells the Court that the allowance of
the use of the cash collateral will guarantee the preservation of
the assets of the estate, and the current operations and sales,
which are the source of the cash collateral.

The Debtor's proposed budget provides for total disbursements in
the amount of $108,218.65 for the period September 28, 2016 to
October 12, 2016, and $845,289.24 for the period October 13, 2016
to January 31, 2017.

The Debtor proposes to grant BDE with replacement liens on the same
type of post-petition property of the estate against which BDE held
liens as of the Petition Date, specifically the inventory and the
account receivables received.  The Debtor further proposes to make
monthly payments to BDE on their pre-petition secured debt as per
the terms and conditions of the loan agreements.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated September 28, 2016,
is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/HMEHoldingsInc2016_1607686esl11_7.pdf

                About HME Holdings, Inc.

HME Holdings, Inc. filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.P.R. Case
No. 16-07686) on September 28, 2016.  The petition was signed by
Ivan Marin, authorized representative.  The Debtor is represented
by Carmen D. Conde Torres, Esq. and Luisa S. Valle Castro, Esq., at
C. Conde & Associates.  The Debtor estimated assets at $100,000 to
$500,000 and liabilities at $1 million to $10 million at the time
of the filing.

The Debtor provides management services for its two related
parties: Islandwide Logistics, Inc. and P.J. Rosaly Enterprises,
Inc.  It runs the human resources, business development,
information and technology, finance and accounting departments for
both P.J. Rosay Enterprises and Islandwide Logistics.  Together,
the three entities form the Islandwide Group.



HOPKINTON DRUG: Wants to Continue Using Cash Until Dec. 31
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Hopkinton Drug, Inc. asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Massachusetts for authorization to continue using cash
collateral until December 31, 2016.

The Debtor's proposed Budget covers a period of three months, from
October 2016 to December 2016.  The Budget provides for total
operating expenses in the amount of $675,090 and total cost of
sales in the amount of $474,192.

The Debtor relates that it has filed a Combined Plan of
Reorganization and Disclosure Statement, confirmation of which in
its present or modified form is scheduled for a further hearing or
action without hearing on November 3, 2016.  The Debtor anticipates
that it will have confirmed a Plan of Reorganization prior to the
end of the calendar year.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated September 28, 2016,
is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/HopkintonDrugInc2016_1640234_133.pdf

A full-text copy of the Debtor's proposed Budget, dated September
28, 2016, is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/HopkintonDrugInc2016_1640234_133_2.pdf

                About Hopkinton Drug, Inc.

Hopkinton Drug, Inc. operates both a gift store and a community
retail pharmacy in Hopkinton.  Aside from manufactured
pharmaceuticals, the Debtor sells medical equipment and garments,
provides counseling, and ships prescription medications to
customers in a number of states.

The Debtor sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. D. Mass. Case No. 16-40234) on February 19, 2016.  The
petition was signed by Dennis Katz, president.  

The Debtor is represented by David M. Nickless, Esq., at Nickless,
Phillips and O'Connor.  The case is assigned to Judge Christopher
J. Panos.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated its assets and
debts at $1 million to $10 million.



HORSHAM VALLEY: Sale of 7 Horsham Lots Approved
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Judge Eric L. Frank of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania authorized Horsham Valley Golf Club's
assumption of an executory contract with Total Custome Homes, Inc.
in connection with the sale of 7 residential lots in Horsham,
Pennsylvania.

Any and all sales of lots will be free and clear of any and all
liens, claims, encumbrances and interests.

As of the Petition Date, the Debtor owns 7 lots in the Final
Subdivision Plans for Horsham Valley Estates date July 11, 2011 as
follows: (a) lot 5 known as 481 Barrington St., Horsham PA; (b) lot
7 known as 485 Barrington St., Horsham PA; (c) lot 8 known as 487
Barrington St., Horsham PA; (d) lot 9 known as 489 Barrington St.,
Horsham PA; (e) lot 10 known as 491 Barrington St., Horsham PA; (f)
lot 11 known as 493 Barrington St., Horsham PA; and (g) lot 12
known as 495 Barrington St., Horsham PA.

The title company and insurer of any purchaser of a lot is
permitted to rely upon the Order to both authorize the sale of lots
and to effect a release of liens without the necessity of the
provision or recordation of actual lien releases provided by the
respective lienholders on the lot being sold.

In the absence of any entity obtaining a stay pending appeal, the
Debtor and the Purchaser are free to close on the sale of any lot
after the expiration of the 14-day time period set forth in
Bankrupty Rule 6004(h).

                        About Horsham Valley

Horsham Valley Golf Club sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. E.D. Pa. Case No. 16-14764) on July 5,
2016.  The petition was signed by Harry C. Barbin, III, partner.
The case is assigned to Judge Eric L. Frank.  At the time of the
filing, the Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at $1 million
to $10 million.


HPIL HOLDING: MNP LLP Raises Going Concern Doubt
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HPIL Holding filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
its annual report on Form 10-K, disclosing a net loss of $92,659 on
$35,000 of consulting revenue in 2015, compared with a net loss of
$456,589 on $215,000 of consulting revenue in 2014.

MNP LLP expressed substantial doubt about the Company's ability to
continue as a going concern, citing that the Company has incurred
continuing losses and negative cash flows from operations.

In the course of its activities, the Company has sustained
operating losses and expects to incur an operating loss for the
foreseeable future.  Expenses incurred from February 17, 2004,
(date of inception) through December 31, 2015, relate primarily to
the Company’s formation and general administrative activities.
The Company has generated a limited amount of revenue and has not
achieved profitable operations or positive cash flows from
operations.

The Company's balance sheet at Dec. 31, 2015, showed $6.82 million
in total assets, $8,626 in total liabilities, all current, and a
total equity of $6.80 million.

A copy of the Form 10-K filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission is available at:

                        https://is.gd/1rlkib

HPIL Holding is focused on developing its business of evaluating
for investment or acquisition both private and public companies and
intellectual properties and technologies in various business
sectors, including healthcare, environmental quality, energy and
real estate.  The Company seeks to invest and provide related
consulting services in these sectors.  The Company's subsidiaries
include HPIL HEALTHCARE Inc., HPIL ENERGYTECH Inc., HPIL WORLDFOOD
Inc., HPIL REAL ESTATE Inc., HPIL GLOBALCOM Inc. and HPIL
ART&CULTURE Inc.



HUDSPETH COUNTY: S&P Lowers Rating on 2014 Revenue Bonds to 'BB'
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S&P Global Ratings lowered its long-term rating on West Texas
Detention Facility Corp., Texas' series 2014 senior-lien taxable
refunding revenue bonds issued on behalf of Hudspeth County to 'BB'
from 'BBB+'.  The rating remains on CreditWatch, where it was
placed with negative implications June 3, 2016.

The bonds are secured by revenues pledged under a contract with the
United States Marshals Service (USMS), which falls under the
jurisdiction of the Department of Justice (DOJ). On Aug. 18, 2016,
the DOJ released a memo directing the Federal Bureau of Prisons
(BOP) to "reduce and ultimately end the use of privately operated
prisons."  Soon thereafter, the Department of Homeland Security
(DHS) directed a subcommittee to review the current policy and
practices concerning the use of private detention centers and
evaluate whether the practice of contracting with private operators
should be eliminated.  The USMS has not stated a change in its
current practice to use privately-operated facilities; however, S&P
believes that the change in policy at the DOJ for its BOP
facilities heightens the risk that USMS could follow a similar
path.  In addition, while the current agreement in place at the
facility is with the USMS, about half of all detainees held at the
detention center fall under DHS jurisdiction.

The rating reflects S&P's opinion of:

   -- Lack of capacity within the USMS's current federally owned
      detention facilities, which S&P believes leads to increased
      service essentiality;

   -- The industry's inherent volatility, primarily because of the

      potential fluctuation for facility demand, its essentiality,

      and the uncertainty created by event risks and changes in
      policy at the federal level;

   -- Strong historical annual debt service coverage (DSC), which
      could change significantly in the event that the contract is

      not renewed, or there is a reduction in demand;

   -- The bonds' legal and security provisions, including the
      short-term nature of the contract with renewal risks
      supporting the pledged revenue; and

   -- Emerald Correctional Management (ECM), an operator of
      detention and correctional facilities, which continues to
      operate the facility pursuant to a long-standing operations
      agreement.

The center has historically been and currently is operated under an
intergovernmental agreement between the county and the USMS. The
agreement authorizes other agencies (such as the BOP and the
Immigration Customs Enforcement [ICE] agency) to use the facility
under the same agreed upon terms and rates.

"The CreditWatch negative placement reflects the uncertainty and
potential negative implications from the current federal
environment as various agencies continue to evaluate their use of
private operators," said S&P Global Ratings credit analyst Ann
Richardson.

The USMS, which falls under the jurisdiction of the DOJ, has yet to
announce any sort of shift in federal policy; however, S&P believes
there could be some sort of cotangent risk that could spill over
from the DOJ's directive and the findings from DHS's subcommittee.
Furthermore, about 40% of revenue from the facility is derived from
ICE detainees, and the recommendation of the DHS subcommittee is
not expected until late November.  As a result, S&P will continue
to monitor the situation and take rating actions as necessary.  S&P
expects to resolve the CreditWatch placement within 90 days.  S&P
could lower the rating if findings from that subcommittee trickle
over to the USMS, and ultimately affect how that federal entity
awards its contracts, or if additional information from the DOJ
indicates a shift in policy that will affect the USMS's ability to
use private operators.  S&P could also lower the rating if the DHS
subcommittee determines that there will be a shift away from the
use of the facility or private operators or if immigration policy
shifts in a direction that makes detention centers used less
frequently in favor of detention alternatives.  Conversely, S&P
could affirm the rating and remove it from CreditWatch if it
becomes clear that the DOJ's shift in policy will not affect the
USMS' use of privately operated prison facilities.

The detention facility is located in Hudspeth County immediately
adjacent to the border with Mexico and about 88 miles east of El
Paso. Interstate 10 runs from El Paso through Hudspeth County,
paralleling the border, and there is a border patrol checkpoint
located near Sierra Blanca, which is the site of the detention
center.  Due to its location, the facility serves as a holding site
for various agencies that have a short-term need to hold those
apprehended along the border area.


ILLINOIS: S&P Lowers Rating on GO Bonds to 'BB'
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S&P Global Ratings lowered its rating on Illinois' general
obligation (GO) bonds to 'BBB' from 'BBB+'.  S&P Global Ratings
also lowered its rating on the state's appropriation debt to
'BBB-' from 'BBB' and its rating on the state's moral obligation
debt to 'BB' from 'BB+'.  As a result of the downgrade on the
state's GO debt, S&P also lowered its rating on the series 2003
B-2 GO variable-rate bonds to 'A+/A-1' from 'AA-/A-1' based on the
application of S&P's joint support criteria.  The outlook on all
ratings is negative.

"The downgrade reflects our view of continued weak financial
management and increased long-term and short-term pressures tied to
declining pension funded levels," said S&P Global Ratings credit
analyst John Sugden.  In S&P's view, the extremely weak market
returns for Illinois pension systems will contribute to substantial
increases in the state's statutory contribution, in addition to the
contribution increases resulting from several changes to assumed
rates of return.

At the same time, S&P Global Ratings assigned its 'BBB' rating and
negative outlook to Illinois' GO refunding bonds, series of October
2016 and GO bonds series of November 2016.  The bonds are secured
by the full faith and credit pledge of the state and are issued
under the state's General Obligation Bond Act.  Under provisions of
the fiscal 2017 budget stopgap measure, the legislature provided
some flexibility under its debt issuance parameters to allow the
state to refund debt to achieve greater savings.  The refunding is
expected to provide approximately
$100 million in net present value savings and to shorten the final
maturity by one year relative to the refunded bonds.  Due to legal
restrictions, savings are expected to be taken primarily over the
first two years with declining savings over the remaining
maturities with the exception of the last year in which savings
increase due to the shortened maturity.  The series of November
2016 bonds are new money and S&P expects bond proceeds to be used
to fund capital projects under the state's capital program.

The 'BBB' rating reflects S&P's view of the state's:

   -- Long history of structural imbalance and a governmental
      framework that limits the state's ability to curb its
      spending in absence of an adopted budget;

   -- Top leadership's highly polarized views on how to address
      Illinois' fiscal imbalance, which has left the state without

      a fully adopted budget for a second year, and which
      continues to impede progress on fiscal realignment;

   -- Large projected operating deficit of approximately
      $6 billion, which could lead to pressure on liquidity and
      increased payables that could rise to up to $11 billion by
      fiscal year-end 2017, absent a budget compromise;

   -- Large net pension liability for its five pensions systems,
      which stood at $116 billion (40.2% funded) on a Governmental

      Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Statement 68 basis, and
      which is expected to increase based on weak market returns
      over the past two years with limited likelihood of pension
      reform following the May 8, 2015 ruling that the state's
      pension reform efforts are unconstitutional and confirming
      the pension protections contained in Illinois' constitution;

      and

   -- Moderately high debt burden.

Partial offsetting these weaknesses is S&P's view of:

   -- Well-established priority of payment for debt service
      established by statute;

   -- Ability to adjust disbursements to stabilize cash flow and
      to access substantial amounts of cash reserves on deposit in

      other funds for debt service, if needed, and for operations
      if authorized by statute;

   -- Deep and diverse economy, which is anchored by the Chicago
      metropolitan statistical area, but is expected to lag the
      nation in growth over the next five years;

   -- Above-average income levels; and

   -- Substantial ability, albeit current lack of agreement on how

      to adjust revenues, expenditures, and disbursements.

The negative outlook reflects S&P's view that absent significant
measures to achieve structural balance and contain fixed cost
growth in the near future, the state's practical capacity to
improve its finances could greatly diminish and, with it, its
credit quality.

S&P could lower its rating should the state continue to demonstrate
a lack of ability or willingness to adopt a long-term structural
budget solution that also incorporates a credible approach to its
long-term liabilities.  It also reflects S&P's view that Illinois'
ability to maintain adequate debt-paying capacity is becoming
increasingly challenged the longer the political gridlock in
Springfield plays out.  The negative outlook also reflects S&P's
view that the state is particularly susceptible to any
unanticipated economic stress or revenue underperformance.
Although S&P don't foresee this in the immediate future, challenges
to the state's debt payment priority could emerge should liquidity
dwindle to the point where it affects the state's ability to
provide essential services. Additional downside pressures on the
rating include the potential need to make accelerated debt payments
on its variable-rate debt should the state fail to extend the
letters of credit or face a swap termination event due to a rating
trigger.

S&P could revise the outlook to stable should Illinois' elected
leaders demonstrate the ability to negotiate and agree on a revenue
and spending package that makes significant and long-lasting
improvements to the state's structural budget alignment. Given the
long-term challenges that the state must address to stabilize its
fiscal condition, including addressing its management of its
long-term liabilities, demonstrating the ability to compromise and
reach consensus is important from a credit standpoint.

S&P doesn't anticipate a positive rating action prior to the state
establishing a trend of improved financial metrics and
substantially reduced long-term liabilities.



IMPORTANT PROPERTIES: Hearing on Plan Confirmation Set for Oct. 21
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York is
set to hold a hearing on Oct. 21, at 10:00 a.m., to consider
confirmation of the Chapter 11 liquidating plan of Important
Properties, LLC.

The hearing will take place at Courtroom 118, 300 Quarropas Street,
White Plains, New York.  Creditors have until Oct. 14 to cast their
votes and file their objections to the plan.

Under the proposed plan, Important Properties will pay creditors
holding Class 3 general unsecured claims in full and in cash.  

General unsecured creditors will be paid from cash on hand in the
amount of $387,365, and from the proceeds generated from the sale
of the company's property located at 8 Industrial Avenue, New
Rochelle, New York.

The property consists of a commercially zoned building currently
occupied by Peter Friend Motorcycles, LLC.

In case there are not enough funds to pay general unsecured
creditors 100% of their claims, these creditors will share in the
distribution on a pro rata basis.  Important Properties estimates
these claims to total $50,000.

Payments of general unsecured claims will be made within 30 days of
the effective date of the plan or the closing of the sale, and
after payments of other claims, including administrative claims,
Class 1 non-tax priority claims and Class 2 secured claim,
according to the disclosure statement explaining the liquidating
plan.

A copy of the disclosure statement dated Sept. 20 is available for
free at https://is.gd/ZQXF3i

Important Properties is represented by:

     Jonathan S. Pasternak, Esq.
     Erica Aisner, Esq.
     DelBello Donnellan Weingarten
     Wise & Wiederkehr, LLP
     One North Lexington Avenue
     White Plains, New York 10601
     Tel: (914) 681-0200
     Email: jpasternak@ddw-law.com
     Email: erf@ddw-law.com

                    About Important Properties

Important Properties, LLC, sought the Chapter 11 protection (Bankr.
S.D. N. Y. Case No. 15-22123) on Jan. 28, 2015.  The petition was
signed by John Meskunas, manager.

The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities in the range of $1
million to $10 million.

Erica Feynman Aisner, Esq. and Jonathan S. Pasternak, Esq at
DelBello, Donnellan Weingarten Wise & Wiederkehr, LLP serve as the
Debtor's counsel.

The Debtor has continued in possession of its property and the
management of its business affairs as a debtor-in-possession.  No
official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed.  No
trustee or examiner has been appointed.


INNOCENT CHINWEZE: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing Set For Nov. 15
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The Hon. John K. Olson of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Florida has approved Innocent O. Chinweze's
disclosure statement describing the Debtor's plan of
reorganization.

A hearing to consider the confirmation of the Debtor's Plan is
scheduled for Nov. 15, 2016, at 10:30 a.m.  Objections to the
confirmation must be filed by Nov. 1, 2016.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Aug. 18, 2016, the
Debtor's restructuring plan proposes to make 20 quarterly payments
to general unsecured creditors.  Each general unsecured creditor
will receive a pro rata share of $500 per quarter for the
payments.

The plan proponent's deadline for serving this court order,
Disclosure Statement, Plan, and ballot is Oct. 6, 2016, which is
also the last day for filing objections to claims.

Oct. 25, 2016, is the deadline for fee applications.  The plan
proponent's deadline for serving notice of fee applications is Nov.
1, 2016.

Plan proponents have until Nov. 10, 2016, to file a report and
confirmation affidavit.  Nov. 10 is also the deadline for the
Debtor to file a certificate for confirmation regarding payment of
domestic support obligations and filing of required tax returns.

                     About Innocent Chinweze

Innocent O. Chinweze sought protection under Chapter 13 of the
Bankruptcy Code on Jan. 4, 2016.  The case was converted to a
Chapter 11 case (Bankr. S. D. Fla. Case No. 16-10063) on Feb. 17,
2016.  The case is assigned to Judge John K. Olson.


INT'L SHIPHOLDING Sale of 2 Tug Vessels for $165K Approved
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Judge Stuart M. Bernstein of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of New York authorized the private sale of
International Shipholding Corp.'s and its affiliated debtors' tug
vessels United States Tug "Coastal 303" for $125,000, and United
States Tug "Rosie Paris" for $40,000, to Southern Dawn, LLC.

The sale is free and clear of liens, claims, and encumbrances.

Judge Bernstein held that the transaction contemplated by Sale
Agreements constitutes the highest and best offer for the assets,
and will provide a greater recovery for the Debtors' estates than
would be provided by any other available alternative.  The Debtors'
determination that the Sale Agreements constitute the highest and
best offer constitutes a valid and sound exercise of the Debtors'
business judgment.

                  About International Shipholding

International Shipholding Corporation filed a chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Case No. 16-12220) on July 31, 2016.  Its
affiliated debtors also filed separate chapter 11 petitions.  The
petitions were signed by Manuel G. Estrada, vice president and
chief financial officer.

The Debtors are represented by David H. Botter, Esq., Sarah Link
Schultz, Esq., and Travis A. McRoberts, Esq., at Akin Gump Strauss
Hauer & Feld LLP.  The Debtors' restructuring advisor is Blackhill
Partners, LLC.  Their claims, noticing & balloting agent is Prime
Clerk LLC.

The Debtors disclosed total assets at $305 million and total
debt at $227 million as of March 31, 2016.



INTERNATIONAL SHIPHOLDING: Wants Additional $2.1 -Mil. Financing
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International Shipholding Corporation and its affiliated Debtors
ask the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York
for authorization to obtain additional post-petition financing in
the amount of $2.1 million from SEACOR Capital Corp.

The Debtors relate that certain of the Debtors’ crew members and
employees are represented by various unions that provide for Union
Benefit Plans which consist of healthcare coverage, retirement
benefits, vacation wages, training opportunities, and other
benefits to such employees administered by International
Organization of Masters, Mates and Pilots, or the MM&P, Marine
Engineers Beneficial Association, or the MEBA, Seafarers
International Union, and ARA.

The Debtors filed their Wages Motion, which sought authorization to
pay pre-petition wages and continue employee benefit programs,
among other things.  The MM&P Benefits Plans and MEBA Benefits
Plans, and the SIU objected to the relief requested in the Wages
Motion, asserting, among other things, that the Debtors proposed to
use property of the estates to fund benefits programs for non-union
personnel, but did not propose to pay the benefits of equally
critical union personnel, although union employee benefit claims
are entitled to the same priority under the Bankruptcy Code.  

The Debtors relate that they have conducted ongoing negotiations
with the Unions and Union Benefit Plans to consensually resolve the
dispute regarding the Wages Motion, among others.  The Debtors
further relate that they have reached a mutually agreeable
resolution with the Union Benefit Plans regarding their pending
objections to the Debtors’ first day motions.

The Debtors contend that have agreed to seek authority to make
payments aggregating $2.1 million to the MM&P, MEBA, SIU, and ARA
benefit plans, which payments shall be in satisfaction of priority
claims arising under Bankruptcy Code section 507(a)(4)-(5).  The
Debtors further contend that this amount represents an estimate of
one month’s contributions to the Union Benefit Plans and
constitutes a partial payment of outstanding pre-petition debt owed
by the Debtors to the Union Benefit Plans.

The Debtors believe that the payments, which, among other
things,address the objections filed by the Union Benefit Plans,
will provide increased certainty in the chapter 11 cases and will
make the Debtors’ path to emergence smoother.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated September 28, 2016,
is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/InternationalShipholdingCorp2016_1612220smb_213.pdf

         About International Shipholding Corporation

International Shipholding Corporation filed a Chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Case No. 16-12220) on July 31, 2016.  Its
affiliated Debtors also filed separate Chapter 11 petitions.  The
petitions were signed by Manuel G. Estrada, vice president and
chief financial officer.  

The Debtors are represented by David H. Botter, Esq., Sarah Link
Schultz, Esq., and Travis A. McRoberts, Esq., at Akin Gump Strauss
Hauer & Feld LLP.  The Debtors' Restructuring Advisor is Blackhill
Partners, LLC.  Their Claims, Noticing & Balloting Agent is Prime
Clerk LLC.

The Debtors disclosed total assets at $305.08 million and total
debts at $226.83 million as of March 31, 2016.



ISABEL TORRES: Plan Outline to be Heard on Nov. 16
--------------------------------------------------
Isabel Judith Torres filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Central District of California a Disclosure Statement and Plan of
Reorganization on Sept. 30, 2016.  A hearing will be convened on
Nov. 16, 2016, at 8:30 a.m., to consider adequacy of the Disclosure
Statement.

Isabel Judith Torres sought bankruptcy protection (Bankr. C.D. Cal.
Case No. 16-10393) on Jan. 12, 2016.  Onyinye N Anyama, Esq. --
onyi@anyamalaw.com -- of Anyama Law Firm, represents the Debtor.



ISLANDWIDE LOGISTICS: Wants Approval to Use BDE Cash Collateral
---------------------------------------------------------------
Islandwide Logistics, Inc. asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Puerto Rico for authorization to use cash collateral.

The Debtor and its related parties are indebted to Banco de
Desarrollo Economico de Puerto Rico, also known as BDE, in the
amount of $2,533,595.  The indebtedness is pursuant to a revolving
line of credit and term loan with BDE.

The Debtor tells the Court that BDE appears to hold a lien over the
Debtor's personal property, including but not limited to the
account receivables and cash proceeds.  The Debtor further tells
the Court that even though it is still in the process of confirming
the validity and extent of the alleged security provided to BDE,
out of an abundance of caution and in order to avoid any disruption
of the operations, it is requesting for the interim use of cash
collateral.

The Debtor contends that it needs to use cash collateral to
maintain its operations, preserve the estate, pay its payroll,
rent, utilities, insurance, taxes and all other necessary operating
expenses.

The Debtor's proposed Budget provides for total disbursements in
the amount of $138,634.78 for the period September 28, 2016 to
October 12, 2016, and $1,389,109.13 for the period October 13, 2016
to January 31, 2017.

The Debtor proposes to provide BDE with replacement liens on the
same type of post-petition property of the estate against which BDE
had liens as of the Petition Date, specifically the inventory and
the account receivables received.  The Debtor further proposes to
provide BDE with monthly payments on their pre-petition secured
debt according to the terms and conditions of their loan
agreements.

The Debtor submits that by allowing it continue its regular
business operations, it will be in the best position to protect the
interests of the estate and of the creditors.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated September 28, 2016,
is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/IslandwideLogisticsInc2016_1607693esl11_7.pdf

               About Islandwide Logistics, Inc.

Islandwide Logistics, Inc. filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
D.P.R. Case No. 16-07693) on September 28, 2016.  The petition was
signed by Ivan Marin, president.  The Debtor is represented by
Carmen D. Conde Torres, Esq. and Luisa S. Valle Castro, Esq., at C.
Conde & Associates.  The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at
$1 million to $10 million at the time of the filing.

The Debtor operates over 300,000 square feet of warehouse space
dedicated to providing its clients with inventory management that
includes full inventory systems integration, electronic order
processing, RF capability and retail time sensitive delivery
service.  Logistics' distribution center is designed to ensure the
uninterrupted flow of the supply-chain RF Capable Warehouses.
There are two related parties to this company: P.J. Rosaly
Enterprises and HME Holdings, Inc.



JAMES DEWAYNE MANNING: Court Approves K. Heard as Ch. 11 Examiner
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Judge Clifton R. Jessup, Jr., of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Alabama entered an order on September 23,
2016, approving the Bankruptcy Administrator's Application to
Appoint Kevin D. Heard as Examiner in the Chapter 11 case of the
Debtors, James Dewayne Manning and Kelly A. Manning.

The Court ordered that upon the appointment of the Examiner, Kevin
D. Heard is further authorized pursuant to 11 U.S.C. Sec. 105 to
issue to the employer of the Debtor, James Dewayne Manning, a
Direction for Deduction in substantially the same form as the one
previously issued by the Chapter 13 Trustee, directing that the
employer withhold from the Debtor's earnings for payment to the
Examiner the sum of $1,500.00 per month to be held by the Examiner
in his attorney trust account pending further Order of the Court.

The bankruptcy case is In the Matter of: James Dewayne Manning and
Kelly A. Manning, Case No. 16-81059 CRJ-11 (Bankr. Ala.).


JARRET CORN: Can Use Lone Star State Bank Cash on Final Basis
-------------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas
authorized Jarret Corn Cattle Company, Inc. to use cash collateral
on a final basis, pursuant to the agreement between the Debtor and
its secured creditor, Lone Star State Bank, Lubbock, Texas.

The Debtor operates a custom cattle grow yard in Plains, Yoakum
County, Texas, consiting of 1,054 acres.  The Debtor uses the land
to grow calves to a certain weight prior to transferring them to a
feed yard to finish them out.

The Debtor previously sold 44 heads of cattle to Tyson Foods, which
generated $59,105.99 in cash.  The Debtor sought authority to use
the $59,105.99 to pay for expenses such as feed, fuel, utilities,
office expenditures, and labor.

The approved Budget covers the period from September 2016 to
December 2016.  The Budget provides for expenses such as $10,500
for salaries and wages; $957 for payroll taxes; and $1,000 for
utilities, among other expenses.

Lone Star State Bank was granted a replacement like kind lien and
security interest in the Debtor's post-petition accounts receivable
generated by the Debtor's custom cattle feeding operation in an
amount equal to the amount of cash collateral used, in the same
priority and in the same nature, extent and validity as such liens
existed pre-petition.

A full-text copy of the Final Order, dated September 28, 2016, is
available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/JarretCornCattleCompany2016_1650181rjl11_28.pdf

             About Jarret Corn Cattle Company, Inc.

Jarret Corn Cattle Co., Inc. filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
N.D. Tex. Case No. 16-50181) on Aug. 25, 2016.  The petition was
signed by Jarret Corn, president.  The Debtor is represented to
David R. Langston, Esq., at Mullin, Hoard & Brown, L.L.P.  The case
is assigned to Judge Robert L. Jones.  The Debtor disclosed total
assets at $5.44 million and total liabilities at $7.86 million.



JOHN PRICE: Sale of 50% Interest in Selma Property Approved
-----------------------------------------------------------
Judge Ronald B. King of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Westen
District of Texas authorized John Loan Price to sell his 50%
interest in the real property located at 8345 Old Austin Rd.,
Selma, Texas, more particularly described as Lot 8, Block 15, Selma
Park Estates, Unit 1, City of Selma, Bexar County, Texas, to Bryce
A. King and Kelli R. King for $195,000.

The sale is free and clear of all liens and interests, except for
ad valorem taxes liens and the Deed of Trust lien of Wolverine
Finance, LLC, that such liens will attach to the proceeds of such
sale.

The Debtor is authorized and ordered to pay the amounts owed for ad
valorem taxes to the Bexar County Tax Assessor-Collector and to
satisfy and pay in full the liens and claims of Wolverine Finance,
LLC, in the amount of $122,866, at closing. Any remaining proceeds
of sale will be divided equally between the Debtor and Joseph A.
Pizzini.

The ad valorem taxes for year 2016 pertaining to the subject
property will be prorated in accordance with the Earnest Money
Contract and will become the responsibility of the Purchaser and
the 2016 ad valorem tax lien will be retained against the subject
property until said taxes are paid in full.

The Order is not stayed pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 6004(g).

John Loan Price sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case
No. 16-51752) on Aug. 1, 2016.  The Debtor tapped David T. Cain,
Esq. at Law Office of David T. Cain as counsel.


JOHN Q. HAMMONS: Wants to Continue Using Cash Until Dec. 31
-----------------------------------------------------------
John Q. Hammons Fall 2006, LLC and its affiliated Debtors ask the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Kansas to authorize the
Revocable Trust of John Q. Hammons Dated December 28, 1989, also
known as the JQH Trust, to continue using cash collateral through
December 31, 2016, under the existing Cash Collateral Order.

The Debtors relate that while the existing Cash Collateral Order
authorized the use of cash collateral for the Debtors other than
the JQH Trust through and including December 31, 2016, since the
Budgets presented by the JQH Trust ran only through September 30,
2016, the JQH Trust was authorized to use cash only through
September 30, 2016.

The Debtors contend that the JQH Trust must be able to use cash
collateral in the ordinary course of its business from and after
September 30, 2016.  They further contend that the relief requested
will allow the JQH Trust to operate under the Revised Trust Budgets
and will afford lenders who may be affected by the JQH Trust's use
of cash collateral an opportunity to review the Revised Trust
Budgets and object.

The Revised Trust Budgets for the JQH Trust provides for total
expenses in the amount of $2,088,360.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated September 28, 2016,
is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/JohnQHammonsFall2006LLC2016_1621142_515.pdf

A full-text copy of The Revised Trust Budgets for the JQH Trust,
dated September 28, 2016, is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/JohnQHammonsFall2006LLC2016_1621142_515_1.pdf

            About John Q. Hammons Fall 2006, LLC.

Springfield, Mo.-based John Q. Hammons Hotels & Resorts (JQH) –
http://www.jqhhotels.com/-- is a private, independent owner     
and manager of hotels in the United States, representing brands
such as: Marriott, Hilton, Embassy Suites by Hilton, Sheraton, IHG,
Chateau on the Lake Resort / Spa & Convention Center, and Plaza
Hotels Collection. It has portfolio of 35 hotels representing
approximately 8,500 guest rooms/suites in 16 states.

John Q. Hammons Hotels & Resorts on June 27, 2016, disclosed that
the family of companies, the Revocable Trust of John Q. Hammons,
and their related affiliates, filed voluntary petitions (Bankr. D.
Kan. Case No. 16-21139 to Case No. 16-21208) to restructure under
Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in Kansas City.

The Debtors are represented by Mark A. Shaiken, Esq., Mark S.
Carder, Esq., and Nicholas Zluticky, Esq., at Stinson Leonard
Street LLP, in Kansas City, Missouri.  The Debtors' conflict
counsel is Victor F Weber, Esq., at Merrick Baker and Strauss PC,
in Kansas City, Missouri.

At the time of filing, the Debtors estimated assets at $100 million
to $500 million and liabilities at $100 million to $500 million.

The petitions were signed by Greggory D Groves, vice president.



JOSE LIZARDI-ORTIZ: Exemption Claim Over Retirement Funds Upheld
----------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Enrique S. Lamoutte of the United States Bankruptcy Court for
the District of Puerto Rico denied the objection filed by creditors
Susan Skelly-Hand, Patrick Hand and Rachel Hand to
Jose-Lizardi-Ortiz's claim of exemption over the retirement funds
held at Charles Schwab accounts.

The Hands argued that the debtor is not entitled to claim the funds
in controversy as exempt pursuant to Section 522(d)(12) of the
Bankruptcy Code because the debtor's retirement plans were
cancelled effective December 31, 2013, and thus at the time of the
filing, the funds that remained in the Charles Schwab account had
lost their qualified status under the applicable Internal Revenue
Code sections.  The debtor sustained that the retirement funds are
exempt pursuant to Section 522(d)(12) of the Bankruptcy Code since
the funds are in a fund or account that is exempt from taxation
under Section 401 of the Internal Revenue Code.  In addition, the
debtor sustained that since the retirement funds are in retirement
plans that have received a favorable determination from the
Internal Revenue Service (IRS), those funds are presumed to be
exempt pursuant to Section 522(b)(4)(A) of the Bankruptcy Code and
that the Hands have failed to provide any evidence that the
retirement plans are not in substantial compliance with the
Internal Revenue Code.

Judge Lamoutte found that the debtor has demonstrated that the
funds are exempt pursuant to Section 522(b)(4)(B).  The judge held
that assuming that a favorable determination letter triggers a
rebuttable presumption of sufficiency under Section 522(b)(4)(A),
the Hands have not presented evidence to rebut the same.

Judge Lamoutte also explained that retirement funds may still be
exempt even if they are held in funds that have not received a
favorable determination from the IRS if the debtor shows that: (i)
no prior determination to the contrary has been made by a court or
the IRS and (ii) that the retirement fund is in substantial
compliance with the applicable requirements of the Internal Revenue
Code of 1986 or that the debtor is not materially responsible for
the retirement funds failure to be in substantial compliance.  The
judge found that no prior determination to the contrary has been
made by a court or the IRS, and that the debtor has also submitted
evidence to demonstrate that the funds have been in substantial
compliance with the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.

In addition, Judge Lamoutte noted that while the Hands have
presented several allegations as to the non-compliance of the
plans, they have failed to present any evidence demonstrating the
alleged non-compliance.

A full-text copy of Judge Lamoutte's September 26, 2016 opinion and
order is available at http://bankrupt.com/misc/prb15-03076-244.pdf


                    About Jose L. Lizardi-Ortiz

Jose L. Lizardi-Ortiz filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.P.R.
Case No. 15-03076) on April 28, 2015.


JOSEPH OLADOKUN: Unsecureds To Be Paid in Full Under Diamond's Plan
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Creditor Diamond Care Health Network, LLC, filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona a disclosure statement
in support of its third amended Chapter 11 plan of reorganization
dated Sept. 23, 2016, for Joseph A. Oladokun and Florence A.
Oladokun.

Class 6 General Unsecured Claims are not impaired.  Each holder of
an allowed claim in Class 6 will be paid in full, plus all interest
which accrued at 3.5% per annum since the date the Debtors filed
for bankruptcy in April 5, 2012, on the Effective Date from the
purchase proceeds.

On the Effective Date, the membership interests in Oasis Pavilion,
LLC, and Compassionate Patient Care, LLC, and any leases, licenses
and executory contracts related to those entities, and all claims
or causes of action against Martin, Meyer, Morin, Opara and any
persons affiliated with them which are owned by the estate will be
transferred to and owned by the prevailing bidder or the back-up
bidder from the auction free and clear of all claims and
encumbrances including and rights and interests of the Debtors free
and clear of any liens, claims and encumbrances of any person.  All
other property belonging to the Debtors or the Estate as well as
all other leases and executory contracts not transferred or
assigned to Diamond Care or rejected under the terms of this Plan
will be transferred to the Reorganized Debtors free and clear of
any liens, claims and encumbrances.  

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/azb12-07178-381.pdf

Diamond Care's Third Amended Plan was filed by the creditor's
counsel:

     Christopher R. Kaup, Esq.
     Tiffany & Bosco P.A.
     Seventh Floor, Camelback Esplanade II
     2525 East Camelback Road
     Phoenix, Arizona 85016
     Tel: (602) 255-6000
     Fax: (602) 255-0103
     E-mail: crk@tblaw.com

Joseph Oladokun filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr.
D. Ariz. Case No. 12-07178) on April 5, 2012.


KAISER GYPSUM: Case Summary & Unsecured Creditors
-------------------------------------------------
Debtor affiliates filing separate Chapter 11 bankruptcy petitions:

      Debtor                                          Case No.
      ------                                          --------
      Kaiser Gypsum Company, Inc.                     16-31602
      300 E. John Carpenter Freeway
      Irving, TX 75062

      Hanson Permanente Cement, Inc.                  16-10414
      300 E. John Carpenter Freeway
      Irving, TX 75062

Type of Business: Manufacturer and Seller of Portland Cement
                  Products

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 30, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Western District of North Carolina (Charlotte)

Judge: Hon. George R. Hodges (16-10414)
       Hon. Laura T. Beyer (16-31602)

Debtors' Counsel: John R. Miller, Jr., Esq.
                  Richard Rayburn, Jr., Esq.
                  RAYBURN COOPER & DURHAM, P.A.
                  1200 The Carillon
                  227 West Trade Street
                  Charlotte, NC 28202
                  Tel: 704-334-0891
                  E-mail: jmiller@rcdlaw.net
                          rrayburn@rcdlaw.net

                         - and -

                  Gregory M. Gordon, Esq.
                  Dan B. Prieto, Esq.
                  Amanda M. Suzuki, Esq.
                  JONES DAY
                  2727 N. Harwood Street
                  Dallas, TX 75201
                  Tel: 214.220.3939
                  Fax: 214.969.5100
                  E-mail: gmgordon@jonesday.com
                          dbprieto@jonesday.com
                          asuzuki@jonesday.com

Debtors'          
Special
Counsel:          THE COOK LAW FIRM

Debtors'          
Accountants:      PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS

Debtors'          
Consultants:      NERA ECONOMIC CONSULTANTS

Debtors'          
Claims &
Noticing
Agent:            PRIME CLERK LLC

                                          Estimated   Estimated
                                            Assets    Liabilities
                                        -----------   -----------
Kaiser Gypsum                           $100M-$500M   $100M-$500M
Hanson Permanente                       $100M-$500M   $100M-$500M

The petitions were signed by Charles E. McChesney, II, vice
president and secretary.

Debtors' Consolidated List of 12 Unsecured Creditors:

   Entity                          Nature of Claim   Claim Amount
   ------                          ---------------   ------------
Apex Companies, LLC                     Trade             $29,139
Email: info@apexcos.com

Armstrong World Industries            Contribution              -
Email: jenniferjohnson@armstrong
       gceilings.com

Berryessa Light Industrial             Litigation               -
Center Commercial

Truck Insurance Exchange               Insurance                -
                                       Deductible

Oregon Department of                    Statutory               -
Environmental Quality
Email: deq.info@deq.state.or.us        

US Environmental Protection Agency      Statutory               -
Email: garbow.avi@epa.gov

Washington Department of Ecology        Statutory               -
Email: lauraw2@atg.wa.gov

Owens Corning                          Contribution             -

King County, Washington                Contribution             -
Email: kcexec@kingcounty.gov

City of Seattle                        Contribution             -
Email: Peter.Holmes@seattle.gov

Port of Seattle                        Contribution             -
Email: info@portseattle.org

Boeing Corporation                     Contribution             -


KAISER GYPSUM: Files for Ch. 11 to Resolve Asbestos-Related Claims
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Kaiser Gypsum Company, Inc., and Hanson Permanente Cement, Inc.,
sought bankruptcy protection over continuing costs, risks and
administrative burdens associated with their decades-old
asbestos-related litigation and legacy environmental liabilities
that dates back to 1978.

The Debtors filed the Chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. W.D.N.C.) on
Sept. 30, 2016, estimating assets and liabilities in the range of
$100 million to $500 million.  The Debtors have no funded debt.

The cases are pending before the Hon. Craig J. Whitley, and the
Debtors have requested joint administration of the cases under Case
No. 16-31602.

As disclosed in the bankruptcy filing, the Debtors'
asbestos-related liabilities arise from their manufacture and sale
of certain products that decades ago contained small amounts of
asbestos.  According to the Debtors, asbestos was removed from
these products by the end of 1976.

Since 1978, one or both of the Debtors have been named in more than
38,000 asbestos-related lawsuits.  As of Aug. 31, 2016, the Debtors
were defendants in approximately 14,000 pending asbestos-related
bodily injury lawsuits filed in state courts across the country, as
disclosed in the court filing.

In addition, the Debtors said they have environmental liabilities
related to their former ownership and operation of plants in
Seattle, Washington, and St. Helens, Oregon.

Although the Debtors believe that insurance covers most of their
asbestos-related costs and should cover their environmental
liabilities, they said that the policy issuers have not reimbursed
them in full for all defense and indemnity costs incurred related
to these environmental liabilities.

The Debtors have general liability insurance that covers, among
other things, all defense and indemnity costs, subject to certain
limited exclusions and deductibles, related to asbestos bodily
injury claims, with Truck Insurance Exchange, an affiliate of
Farmers Insurance.  Truck issued primary liability policies to the
Debtors for the period 1965 through April 1, 1983.  The Truck
Policies for the period 1971 to 1979 have no aggregate limits.

The Debtors also have excess insurance policies with various
insurers that cover indemnity amounts in excess of $500,000 per
occurrence.  In December 2013, certain of the Debtors' excess
insurers entered into a confidential coverage-in-place agreement
with the Debtors with respect to the excess coverage.

The Debtors seek to permanently resolve their asbestos liabilities
in a fair and equitable manner and further seek to discharge and
liquidate their legacy environmental liabilities.

"Resolution of these liabilities will eliminate the ongoing costs
and distraction of managing these decades-old liabilities,
liquidate and discharge or permanently resolve their deductible and
environmental liabilities, and eliminate potential risks of
uninsured judgments or claims (punitive damages for example) and
insurer insolvencies," said Charles E. McChesney II, vice
president, secretary and director of both Kaiser Gypsum and HPCI.

The Debtors intend to focus their efforts on negotiating, and
ultimately obtaining approval of, a plan of reorganization that
would, among other things, (a) provide for the creation and funding
of a trust established under Section 524(g) of the Bankruptcy Code
to pay asbestos claims, (b) permanently protect them and their
affiliates from any further asbestos claims arising from products
manufactured and sold by them; and (c) discharge the their legacy
environmental liabilities.

                     Prepetition Discussions

Prior to the Petition Date, an ad hoc committee of asbestos
personal injury claimants consisting of law firms that have filed
asbestos personal injury claims against the Debtors was formed to
engage in discussions with the Debtors regarding the terms of a
consensual plan of reorganization.  The Ad Hoc Committee retained
bankruptcy counsel, insurance counsel, a financial advisor, and an
asbestos estimation consultant.  

Following its formation, the Ad Hoc Committee delivered to the
Debtors a series of information requests.  In response to those
requests, the Debtors provided numerous documents and other
information regarding their corporate history, businesses,
insurance and asbestos and environmental liabilities.  Prior to the
Petition Date, the Debtors and the Ad Hoc Committee also agreed on
the selection of Lawrence Fitzpatrick as the representative of
future asbestos claimants.  Mr. Fitzpatrick retained his own
counsel and an estimation consultant.  The Debtors have provided
the FCR and his professionals with the same information they
furnished to the Ad Hoc Committee.

Meetings and other communications have occurred among some or all
of the Debtors, Truck, the Ad Hoc Committee and the FCR.
Communications between the Debtors and certain of the excess
carriers also took place.  Among other things, the parties
discussed these filings and potential paths forward to a consensual
plan.  Although all the parties have indicated a desire to reach
agreement on a consensual reorganization plan, due to time
constraints, the parties have not yet been able to engage in
substantive discussions regarding the terms of a plan.  The Debtors
said they remain committed, however, to continuing discussions with
these parties and pursuing a consensual agreement with
representatives for current and future asbestos claimants and the
primary and excess insurers.

                  Cost Sharing Agreement With Truck

In June 2015, the Debtors and Truck entered into a confidential
cost sharing agreement pursuant to which Truck agreed to reimburse
the Debtors for a portion of the costs incurred by them in
connection with their efforts to permanently resolve their asbestos
liability, including the reasonable fees and expenses of
professionals retained by the Debtors and by representatives of the
current and future asbestos claimants.  Because the cost sharing
agreement terminates by its terms upon the filing of the Chapter 11
cases, the Debtors and Truck have recently been in discussions
regarding an amended cost sharing agreement that, subject to the
approval of the Court, would cover costs and expenses of the
Debtors' bankruptcy cases liability, including the reasonable fees
and expenses of professionals retained by the Debtors and by
representatives of the current and future asbestos claimants.  

                   About HPCI & Kaiser Gypsum

HPCI's primary business was the manufacture and sale of portland
cement products.  Portland cement is a fine powdery substance that
is mixed with water and an aggregate, such as gravel or sand, to
form concrete, which has a number of construction applications,
including sidewalks, roads and floor slabs.

Kaiser Gypsum's principal business consisted of manufacturing and
marketing gypsum plaster, gypsum lath and gypsum wallboard.  Kaiser
Gypsum also manufactured and sold a number of other products,
including metal products used in building construction, wood chip
products for use in building construction, and commercial paper
products.

HPCI is a wholly-owned, indirect subsidiary of non-debtor Lehigh
Hanson, Inc.  HPCI is the direct parent of Kaiser Gypsum as well as
non-debtor Hanson Micronesia Cement, Inc. and non-debtor Hanson
Permanente Cement of Guam, Inc., the operating subsidiaries.
Non-debtor Permanente Cement Company, which has no assets or
operations, is also a wholly-owned subsidiary of HPCI.

Kaiser Gypsum has no current business operations other than
managing its legacy asbestos-related and environmental liabilities.
Kaiser Gypsum has no material tangible assets.

The Debtors' non-debtor affiliates, including HeidelbergCement and
Lehigh Hanson, never manufactured, sold or distributed any of the
Debtors' Asbestos Products.  To date, no court has issued a ruling
or made a finding that any of the Non-Debtor Affiliates is
responsible for any of the Debtors' Asbestos Products or that any
of the Non-Debtor Affiliates should be treated as a
successor-in-interest to one or both of the Debtors.


KEETON HEALTHCARE: Plan Supplement Says Owners to Maintain Stocks
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Keeton Healthcare Services, Inc., filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Southern District of Texas a supplement to the
disclosure statement dated Aug. 31, 2016.

Section IV of the Disclosure Statement is supplemented to add the
following language:

   "The negative impact of modified reimbursement procedure
previously noted have been corrected by the state of Texas.  Those
modifications were implemented without advance warning.  Medicare
and Medicaid authorities have now installed safeguards to insure
that stake holders have sufficient warning of modifications in "fee
for services" payments.  Additionally, the
Debtor was able to secure necessary coverage to insure its
inventory and equipment against fire, flood, and other hazards."

Section V, Class 1 Allowed Administrative Claims B is supplemented
to add: The monthly installments shall be made by the 20th day of
each month after the Effective Date of confirmation.

Section V, Class 1 Allowed Administrative Claims C is supplemented
as follows: The Texas Workforce Commission shall be paid in one
installment on or before the Effective Date of the Plan.

Section V, Class 1 Allowed Administrative Claims D is supplemented
to include: The Debtor's attorney's fees shall be paid upon court
approval, or in monthly installments by agreement with the Debtor.


Page 11, Section V, Class 3 - Secured Claim of the Internal Revenue
Service is supplemented as follows: Written notice of default will
be sent to the Debtor instead of Debtor's attorney.

Page 13, Section V C. 2. Post Confirmation Management is
supplemented to add: The owners of Debtor will maintain their stock
in the corporation.  However, all creditor claims will be paid in
full (100%) in satisfaction of the Absolute Priority Rule.  

Page 14, Section V D. Risk Factor is supplemented to add: If the
Debtor cannot confirm its Plan it cannot continue business
operations.  Also, legislative changes in healthcare regulations or
illness of the Debtor’s manager present risk to the Debtor's
reorganization.  The Debtor believes it has stabilized its cash
flow to the point it can withstand modification in
Medicare/Medicaid rate adjustment.  In cases of illness, the
manager's wife, and co-owner, has sufficient familiarity with
operations to continue the business.

Keeton Healthcare Services, Inc., sought protection under Chapter
11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D. Tex. Case No. 16-31165) on
March 1, 2016.  The Debtor is represented by Nelson M Jones III,
Esq., at the Law Office of Nelson M. Jones III.

The Debtor operates an extensive range of respiratory therapy
services, oxygen therapy, enteral/parenteral nutrition products and
services, advanced home ventilators, sleep therapy, aerosol
therapy, and providing the use of durable medical equipment.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee disclosed in a court filing that no
official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in the
Chapter 11 case of Keeton Healthcare Services, Inc.


KHANH VAN TONG: Unsecureds To Receive 0% Distribution Under Plan
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Khanh Van Tong and Thuy Luu Tong filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Kansas an amended disclosure statement
describing the Debtors' plan of reorganization.

Under the Plan, Class 3 General Unsecured Creditors, which consists
of the general unsecured portion of the IRS's claim, as well as a
few medical creditors, will receive an estimated 0% distribution.
Class 3 is impaired and will vote on the Plan.

The Plan payments will be funded by the earnings of the debtors
from their work as nail and beauty technicians.    

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/ksb16-21262-25.pdf

Khanh Van Tong and Thuy Luu Tong were the owners and operators of a
nail salon business that had been operating for some years.  They
are no longer operating this business, but now essentially work as
independent contractors.

The Debtors filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D.
Kan. Case No. 16-21262) on July 1, 2016.  George J. Thomas, Esq.,
serves as the Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.


LAST CALL: Taps Newmark Midwest as Real Estate Consultant
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Last Call Guarantor, LLC, and its affiliated debtors and
debtors-in-possession seek authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Delaware to employ Newmark Midwest
Region, LLC, dba Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, as real estate
consultant, nunc pro tunc to August 10, 2016.

The Debtors require Newmark Midwest to:

     (a) negotiate sales of certain of the Debtors' leases;

     (b) provide general lease restructuring advice, including
forming broker opinions of value, writing recommendation reports
and landlord letters;

     (c) assist in the communication and negotiation with the
Debtors' constituents, including creditors, employees, vendors,
shareholders, and interested parties in connection with the Chapter
11 cases relative to the Debtors' leases; and,

     (d) work on any other services set forth in the Engagement
letter, not listed above.

The Debtors have agreed to pay Newmark Midwest a fee equal to 8% of
the lease sale price to any assignee if the Debtors assume and
assign a lease.

Newmark Midwest will also be reimbursed for reasonable
out-of-pocket expenses incurred.

In July 2016, Newmark Midwest successfully negotiated a termination
of one of the Debtors' leases, which resulted in a termination
payment of $1,150,000. Contemporaneously with the closing of the
transaction, Newmark Midwest received a commission payment in the
amount of $100,000. The Debtors did not pay any other amounts to
Newmark Midwest during the 90 day period immediately preceding the
Petition Date.

Roy Messing, Chief Restructuring Officer of the Debtor, assured the
Court that the firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is
defined in Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not
represent any interest adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Newmark Midwest can be reached at:

         Steven Monroe
         NEWMARK MIDWEST REGION, LLC
         500 West Monroe Street, Suite 2900
         Chicago, IL 60661

           About Last Call Guarantor

Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and with operations in 25 states,
Last Call Guarantor, LLC, et al., own and operate sports bar and
casual family-dining restaurants under three well-recognized
concepts, namely Fox & Hound, Bailey's Sports Grille, and Champps.

They operate 48 Fox & Hound locations, nine Bailey's locations, and
23 Champps locations. They have franchise agreements with five
franchisees for Champps Restaurants. The Company has more than
4,700 full and part-time employees.

On Aug. 10, 2016, each of Last Call Guarantor, LLC, Last Call
Holding Co. I, Inc., Last Call Operating Co. I, Inc., F&H
Restaurants IP, Inc., KS Last Call Inc., Last Call Holding Co. II,

Inc., Last Call Operating Co. II, Inc., Champps Restaurants IP,
Inc. and MD Last Call Inc. filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. D. Del. Case Nos. 16-11844 to 16-11852). The petitions were
signed by Roy Messing, the CRO.

Last Call Guarantor estimated assets in the range of $10 million to
$50 million and liabilities of $100 million to $500 million.

Dennis A. Meloro, Esq., Nancy A. Mitchell, Esq., Nancy A. Peterman,
Esq., Matthew Hinker, Esq., and John D. Elrod, Esq., at Greenberg
Traurig, LLP, represent the Debtors as counsel.

Judge Kevin Gross is assigned to the cases.


LIBERTY INDUSTRIES: Has Until Feb. 28 to Use Regions Bank Cash
--------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Eric P. Kimball of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern
District of Florida authorized Liberty Industries, L.C. and Liberty
Properties at Newburgh, L.C. to use Regions Bank's cash collateral
on an interim basis, until February 28, 2017.

The approved Consolidated 6 Month ProForma Operating Budget, which
covers the months of September 2016 to February 2017, provides for
total expenses in the amount of $180,000.

The Debtor was directed to make monthly adequate protection
payments to Regions Bank in the amount of $20,000, and grant to
Regions Bank a first priority post-petition lien on all cash of the
Debtors generated post-petition.  The budgeted $20,000 payment for
September 2016 is to be paid by September 30, 2016.

Regions Bank was granted a first priority post-petition security
interest in and lien in, to and against all of the Debtors' assets,
to the same extent that Regions Bank held a properly perfected
pre-petition security interest in such assets, which are or have
been acquired, generated or received by the Debtors subsequent to
the Petition Date.

A further hearing on the use of cash collateral is scheduled on
October 19, 2016 at 2:00 p.m.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated September 28, 2016, is
available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/LibertyIndustriesLC2016_1622332epk_32.pdf

                About Liberty Industries, L.C.

Liberty Industries, L.C. dba Tower Innovations and Liberty
Properties at Newburgh, L.C. filed chapter 11 petitions (Bankr.
S.D. Fla. Case Nos. 16-22332 and 16-22333) on September 7, 2016.
The petitions were signed by Barbara Wortley, managing member.

The Debtors are represented by Robert C. Furr, Esq., at Furr &
Cohen.  The jointly-administered cases are assigned to Judge Erik
P. Kimball.

The Debtors estimated assets and liabilities at $1 million to $10
million at the time of the filing.



LIBERTY INDUSTRIES: Wants to Use Regions Bank's Cash Collateral
---------------------------------------------------------------
Liberty Industries, L.C. and Liberty Properties at Newburgh, L.C.
ask the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the Southern District of Florida
for authority to use cash collateral on which Regions Bank of
America, N.A. holds a first priority lien.

The Debtors are indebted to the Regions' in the principal amount of
$2,461,034.68 plus accrued and unpaid interest, costs and fees.  To
secure their obligations to Regions Bank under the Note, the
Debtors granted Regions Bank a lien on all of its assets.  

The collateral that secures the Debtors' loan is valued at over
$3,700,000 and consists of cash, accounts receivable, inventory and
machinery and equipment and three parcels of real property located
in Newburgh, Warrick County, Indiana.

The Debtors relate that they are willing to provide Regions Bank
with monthly adequate protection payments of $20,000 and a first
priority post-petition lien on all the Debtors' cash and
receivables generated post-petition.

The Debtors tell the Court that they require the use of the cash
collateral for the continued operation of their business in the
ordinary course, including payment of payroll and expenses
attendant thereto, otherwise, the Debtors will be forced to
discontinue their business operations, including the loss of jobs
for 14 employees.

A full-text copy of the Debtors' Motion, dated September 21, 2016,
is available at http://tinyurl.com/j94a3jr


               About Liberty Industries, L.C.    

Liberty Industries, L.C. dba Tower Innovations filed a Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. S.D. Fla. Case No. 16-22332), on September 7,
2016.  The petition was signed by Barbara Wortley, managing member.
The case is assigned to Judge Erik P. Kimball.  The Debtor's
counsel is Robert C Furr, Esq., at Furr & Cohen.  At the time of
filing, the Debtor estimated both assets and liabilities at $1
million to $10 million.  

A copy of the Debtor's list of 20 largest unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb16-22332.pdf


LIONS GATE: S&P Assigns 'B-' Rating on $520MM Sr. Unsecured Debt
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S&P Global Ratings assigned its 'B-' issue-level rating and '6'
recovery rating to U.S. independent film studio Lions Gate
Entertainment Corp.'s $520 million senior unsecured debt due 2024.
The '6' recovery rating indicates S&P's expectation for negligible
recovery (0%-10%) of principal for lenders in the event of a
payment default.

This debt issuance follows Lions Gate's $3.9 billion senior secured
debt issuance, which included a $1 billion revolving credit
facility, to refinance the company's capital structure and fund its
pending acquisition of Starz LLC for $4.4 billion.  The company
expects to refinance Starz's debt at the transaction's closing.
S&P also expects to withdraw its ratings on the company's existing
second-lien term loan and 5.25% senior secured notes when the
transaction closes.

S&P's 'B+' corporate credit rating and stable rating outlook on the
company are unchanged.  The outlook reflects S&P's expectation that
Lions Gate's adjusted leverage, including production loans, will
remain elevated but gradually decline to about 5x over the next
12-18 months due to EBITDA growth and the company's commitment to
voluntarily repay debt.  The outlook also reflects S&P's
expectation that revenue and cash flow stability from Starz's cable
networks will offset the inherent volatility of the company's
motion picture segment.

S&P believes the acquisition will enhance Lions Gate's overall
scale of content production and distribution, and increase the
diversification of its earnings.  S&P believes Lions Gate will have
adequate liquidity over the next 12 months, supported by funds from
operations of about $425 million to $450 million in the fiscal
years ending March 31, 2017, and 2018, and access to the
$1 billion revolving credit facility pro forma the transaction.

RATINGS LIST

Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.
Corporate Credit Rating         B+/Stable/--

New Ratings

Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.
Senior Unsecured
  $520 million debt due 2024         B-
   Recovery Rating                   6


M2 NGAGE GROUP: RBSM LLP Expresses Going Concern Doubt
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M2 nGage Group, Inc., reported a net loss of $81.48 million on
$10.61 million of revenues in 2015, compared with a net loss of
$12 million on $11.29 million of revenues in 2014.

The audit report of RBSM LLP dated August 29, 2016, on its
consolidated financial statements for the year ended December 31,
2015, included an explanatory paragraph indicating that there is
substantial doubt about our ability to continue as a going concern.
The auditors' doubts are based on recurring net loss of $81.5
million, and negative cash generated from operating activities of
$4.6 million for the year ended December 31, 2015, and negative
working capital of $30.0 million as of December 31, 2015.  

The Company's balance sheet at Dec. 31, 2015, showed $13.07 million
in total assets, $42.08 million in total liabilities, and a total
deficit of $29.01 million.

A copy of the Form 10-K filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission is available at:

                        https://is.gd/Ox7X7m

Headquartered in Hackensack, N.J., M2 nGage Group, Inc. --
http://www.roomlinx.com/--  provides three core products and
services: hotel hospital services provided by Signal Share
Infrastructure, Inc., high density Wi-Fi services provided by
SignalShare, LLC, and enterprise voice, data and wireless services
provided by Signal Point Telecommunications Corp., and residential
media communications services provided by Cardinal Broadband, LLC.



MARK JACKSON: Selling Scottsdale Property to Sckolnik for $365K
---------------------------------------------------------------
Mark Jackson asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western
District of Washington to authorize the sale of real property
located at 7601 E. Indian Bend Rd, Unit 1028, Scottsdale, Arizona,
to Steve E. Sckolnik and/or assigns, for $365,000, subject to
better or higher offers.

A hearing on the Motion is set for Oct. 21, 2016 at 9:30 a.m.  The
objection deadline is Oct. 14, 2016.

The property is owned by the Debtor and his non-filing spouse,
Tracey Jackson.

The Purchaser had put down a $5,000 earnest money deposit, and the
remainder is to be paid on closing (all cash sale).  A ALTA
Settlement Statement will be prepared by the title insurance
company, Security Title of Scottsdale, Arizona.  The sale is "as
is", and will be free and clear of liens and encumbrances.

The Debtor valued the property at $359,900 on Schedule A.  Pursuant
to the Proof of Claim filed, Wells Fargo has a first position
mortgage lien on the property in the amount of $221,518. The
homeowners association ("HOA") also has a lien on the property for
its outstanding claim (approximately $2,277 on the date of filing).
The proceeds of the sale will completely satisfy the mortgage
obligation and the HOA lien on the property, and the proceeds of
the sale will be disbursed to Wells Fargo and the HOA through
closing.

Pursuant to the Agreement for Sale of Real Property and
Distribution of Proceeds between the non-filing spouse and her
ex-husband, Barry A. Cooper, the net proceeds of the sale are to be
paid to Mr. Cooper in satisfaction of her domestic support
obligations and the property distribution determined under their
decree of marriage dissolution.  The Agreement modifies and
supersedes all prior agreements between the parties regarding this
property.  Mr. Cooper is entitled to receive the first $100,000 of
the net proceeds (after payment of all encumbrances and closing
costs), plus 17% of the amount of the gross purchase price of his
condo in Kirkland over $750,000 (if any).  If there are any funds
available after payment of a maximum of $100,000 to Mr. Cooper, the
proceeds revert back to the bankruptcy estate.

A copy of the Agreement attached to the Motion is available for
free at:

      http://bankrupt.com/misc/Mark_Jackson_49_Sales.pdf

The Debtor requests that the court authorize the payment of normal
and regular closing costs, including commissions and escrow fees,
as well as the transfer payment to Mr. Cooper.  The Debtor has
retained Janet Sharp of Home Smart Real Estate to facilitate the
sale, at a commission rate of 2% for her and 3% for the buyer's
agent, Michael Hall of Keller Williams Arizona Realty (total of 5%
of the gross sales price).

Counsel for the Debtor:

         Larry B. Feinstein, Esq.
         VORTMAN & FEINSTEIN
         520 Pike Street, Suite 2250
         Seattle, WA 98101
         Telephone: (206) 223-9595
         Facsimile: (206) 386-5355
         E-mail: feinstein1947@gmail.com

Mark Jackson sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. W.D. Wash. Case
No. 16-13358) on June 24, 2016.  The Debtor tapped Larry B.
Feinstein, Esq., at Vortman & Feinstein as counsel.




MCCLATCHY CO: Director Frederick Ruiz Won't Seek Reelection
-----------------------------------------------------------
Frederick Ruiz, a member of the board of directors of The McClatchy
Company, informed the Company that he will not stand for
re-election at the upcoming Annual Shareholders' Meeting to be held
in May 2017.  Mr. Ruiz's decision not to stand for re-election was
not a result of a disagreement with the Company, as disclosed in a
regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Mr. Ruiz has indicated his intention to continue to serve as a
director of the Company until the 2017 Annual Meeting.

                  About The McClatchy Company

Sacramento, Cal.-based The McClatchy Company (NYSE: MNI)
-- http://www.mcclatchy.com/-- is a media company that provides
both print and digital news and advertising services.  Its
operations include 30 daily newspapers, community newspapers,
websites, mobile news and advertising, niche publications, direct
marketing and direct mail services.  Its owned newspapers include,
among others, the (Fort Worth) Star-Telegram, The Sacramento Bee,
The Kansas City Star, the Miami Herald, The Charlotte Observer,
and The (Raleigh) News & Observer.  The Company holds interest in
digital assets which include CareerBuilder, LLC, Classified
Ventures, LLC, HomeFinder, LLC, and Wanderful Media.

McClatchy reported a net loss of $300 million on $1.05 billion of
net revenues for the year ended Dec. 27, 2015, compared to net
income of $374 million on $1.14 billion of net revenues for the
year ended Dec. 28, 2014.

As of June 26, 2016, McClatchy had $1.84 billion in total assets,
$1.68 billion in total liabilities and $165 million in total
stockholders' equity.

                           *     *     *

McClatchy carries a 'Caa1' corporate family rating from Moody's
Investors Service.  In May 2011, Moody's changed the rating
outlook from stable to positive following the company's
announcement that it closed on the sale of land in Miami for
$236 million.  The outlook change reflects Moody's expectation
that McClatchy will utilize the net proceeds to reduce debt,
including its underfunded pension position, which will reduce
leverage by approximately half a turn and lower required
contributions to the pension plan over the next few years.

As reported by the TCR on April 2, 2014, Standard & Poor's Ratings
Services affirmed all ratings on U.S. newspaper company The
McClatchy Co., including the 'B-' corporate credit rating, and
revised the rating outlook to stable from positive.  The outlook
revision to stable reflects S&P's expectation that the
timeframe for a potential upgrade lies beyond the next 12 months,
and could also depend on the company realizing value from its
digital minority interests.


MCNEILL GROUP: U.S. Trustee Wants Case Converted to Ch. 7
---------------------------------------------------------
Andrew R. Vara, Acting United States Trustee for Region 3, asks the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for Eastern District of Pennsylvania to
appoint a Chapter 11 Trustee or convert the Chapter 11 case of
McNeill Group, Inc., et al., to a case under Chapter 7 of the
Bankruptcy Code, or dismiss the case with a bar against refiling.

According to the U.S. Trustee, the Debtors failed to file the
Initial Operating Reports on time following the filing of the
bankruptcy case. Moreover, the Debtors have not paid any fees for
the second quarter of 2016, and without operating reports, the U.S.
Trustee is unable to determine the correct amount due.

The U.S. Trustee asserts that the Court has held that the failure
to timely file operating reports and pay fees due the United States
Trustee coupled with the Debtors failure to engage professional
assistance to do so constitute a breach of Debtors' fiduciary
duties and demonstrates either an unwillingness or inability to
meet their obligations under the Bankruptcy Code.

Therefore, the U.S. Trustee requested the Court to (a) convert the
case to a proceeding under the provisions of Chapter 7; or (b)
dismiss the case with a bar against refiling; or (c) appoint a
Chapter 11 Trustee; or (d) such other relief as the court deems
appropriate.

The Counsel for the U.S. Trustee is:

     George M. Conway, Esq.
     GEORGE M. CONWAY
     833 Chestnut Street, Suite 500
     Philadelphia, PA 19107
     Tel: 215-597-4411
     Fax: (215) 597-5795

        About McNeill Group Inc.

McNeill Group, Inc. and McNeill Properties V, LLC filed chapter 11
petitions (Bankr. E.D. Pa. Case Nos. 16-14943 and 16-14944) on July
12, 2016. The petitions were signed by Edward J. McNeill, Jr.,
president.

The Debtors are represented by Albert A. Ciardi, III, Esq., at
Ciardi Ciardi & Astin, P.C. The cases are assigned to Judge Jean
FitzSimon (16-14943) and Judge Ashely M. Chan (16-14944).

The Debtors each estimated assets and liabilities of $10 million to
$50 million at the time of the filing.


MCNEILL PROPERTIES: Ch. 11 Trustee Sought to Facilitate Asset Sale
------------------------------------------------------------------
The Provident Bank, creditor of McNeill Properties V, LLC, asks the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania to
direct the appointment of a Chapter 11 Trustee to guard the
bankruptcy estate of the Debtor, facilitate its sale of assets, and
maximize the return to creditors.

In the motion for the appointment of a Chapter 11 Trustee, the
Provident Bank asserts that the appointment of a trustee is
necessary because Edward J. McNeill, Jr., the holder of 100% of the
equity interests in the Debtor, has proven through his actions that
his personal interests are paramount, regardless of what detriment
such actions cause to the Debtor and its creditor.  Mr. McNeill's
prepetition actions, along with his postpetition plans, demonstrate
that he is not willing to sacrifice the substantial monetary
remuneration he receives, or the non-monetary benefits provided to
him by the Debtor, as would be expected of a fiduciary of the
Debtor towards its creditors, the bank tells the Court.  Thus, Mr.
McNeill's unwillingness to act as a fiduciary is an impediment to
the Debtor's reorganization because the only possibility of
reorganization is a sale of the Debtor's assets, and Mr. McNeill
will resist such a possibility, the bank further asserts.

The Provident Bank holds valid and enforceable liens on all of the
Debtor's properties and assets located in Bucks County,
Pennsylvania and the Debtor is currently liable to Provident in an
amount of at least $9,890,115.49 plus additional accrued and unpaid
interest.

The bank says the Debtor is asset rich and cash poor. As a result,
the only possible exit strategy that will work for the Debtor is a
prompt sale of its assets under objective, neutral leadership, the
bank adds.  However, it is unlikely that Mr. McNeill will embrace a
sale strategy because, although it will be of the most benefit to
creditors, it ultimately eliminates Mr. McNeill's ability to fund
his life style through the operations of the Debtor as has been his
practice, the bank notes.  As such, the appointment of a Chapter 11
Trustee is required because Mr. McNeill is either unable or
unwilling to perform his duties as a fiduciary for the benefit of
the Debtor's creditors, the bank asserts.

Therefore, the Provident Bank requested that the Court enter an
order (i) appointing a Chapter 11 Trustee to operate the Debtor,
and (ii) granting such other and further relief as is just and
proper.

Provident Bank is represented by:

     David B. Aaronson, Esq.
     MCCARTER & ENGLISH, LLP
     1600 Market Street, Suite 3900
     Philadelphia, PA 10103
     Tel.: (215) 979-3816
     Fax: (215) 988-4313
     Email: daaronson@mccarter.com

        -- and --

     Joseph Lubertazzi, Jr., Esq.
     MCCARTER & ENGLISH, LLP
     100 Mulberry Street
     Newark, NJ 07102
     Tel.: (973) 622-4444
     Fax: (973) 624-7070  
     Email: jlubertazzi@mccarter.com

           About McNeill Properties V

McNeill Group, Inc. and McNeill Properties V, LLC filed chapter 11
petitions (Bankr. E.D. Pa. Case Nos. 16-14943 and 16-14944) on July
12, 2016. The petitions were signed by Edward J. McNeill, Jr.,
president.

The Debtors are represented by Albert A. Ciardi, III, Esq., at
Ciardi Ciardi & Astin, P.C. The cases are assigned to Judge Jean
FitzSimon (16-14943) and Judge Ashely M. Chan (16-14944).

The Debtors each estimated assets and liabilities of $10 million to
$50 million at the time of the filing.


MEADOWS AT CYPRESS: Voluntary Chapter 11 Case Summary
-----------------------------------------------------
Debtor: The Meadows at Cypress Gardens, L.L.C.
        141 E Central Avenue, Suite 300
        Winter Haven, FL 33880

Case No.: 16-08495

Nature of Business: Health Care

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 30, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Middle District of Florida (Tampa)

Debtor's Counsel: David W Steen, Esq.
                  DAVID W STEEN, P.A.
                  2901 W. Busch Boulevard, Suite 311
                  Tampa, FL 33618
                  Tel: (813) 251-3000
                  E-mail: dwsteen@dsteenpa.com

Estimated Assets: $100,000 to $500,000

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Benjamin Castleberg, managing member.

The Debtor did not include a list of its largest unsecured
creditors when it filed the petition.

A full-text copy of the petition is available for free at:

            http://bankrupt.com/misc/flmb16-08495.pdf


MEDIANEWS GROUP: Wants to Replace Monster's Existing Directors
--------------------------------------------------------------
MediaNews Group Inc., the largest shareholder of Monster Worldwide,
Inc., with an ownership interest of 11.6% of Monster's outstanding
shares, announced that it intends to nominate a slate of seven
highly qualified candidates to replace Monster's existing Board of
Directors.

MNG also announced that it has delivered an open letter to
Monster's shareholders, which introduces MNG's nominees to the
Board:

  * Daniel W. Dienst, has been a director, chairman and/or chief
    executive officer of four public companies, including, most
    recently, chief executive of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia,
    Inc., and has significant experience in special situations,
    turnarounds and media businesses, with a track record of
    creating significant value for shareholders;

  * Joseph Anto, senior vice president of Strategy/M&A for MNG, a
    leading multi-platform news/information company with over $1
    billion in annual revenue;

  * Ethan Bloomfield, job board executive and entrepreneur with
    significant experience growing and managing high-performing  
    sales team;

  * Heath Freeman, president of Alden Global Capital LLC, a $1.6
    billion investment firm, and Vice Chairman of MNG

  * Kevin Gregson, experienced corporate governance executive and
    Americas Leader for Insurance Industry at Towers Willis
    Watson;

  * Lowell Robinson, former CFO of several prominent media and
    technology companies including Advo and HotJobs and
    experienced public board director; and

  * Hon. Gregory Slayton, former U.S. Chief of Mission (defacto
    Ambassador) to Bermuda, successful technology
    executive/investor, was an early investor and previously on
    the advisory boards of Google and Salesforce.com

MediaNews anticipates that if its slate of nominees is elected, the
new Board, subject to its review of the Monster's business and
exercise of its fiduciary duties, will appoint Mr. Dienst as
interim chief executive officer while the new Board conducts a
search for a full-time chief executive officer, with Mr. Dienst
being paid $100,000 per month and receiving expense reimbursement
and customary benefits.

The full text of the letter follows:

September 30, 2016

Dear Fellow Shareholders:

MediaNews Group Inc. ("MNG"), currently has an ownership interest
of approximately 11.6% of the outstanding shares of Monster
Worldwide, Inc., making us the Company's largest shareholder.

We believe that Monster is deeply undervalued and that, with proper
management and board oversight, significant opportunities exist to
create substantial value.  However, we have significant concerns
about the flawed and unorganized sale process that led to the
current deal with Randstad, the poor operation of the business that
has led to continued destruction of shareholder value, and the fact
that the Company was buying back stock at more than $6 per share in
Q4 of 2015, only to agree to sell the business for $3.40 per share
months later.  These issues, in addition to others we have outlined
in our previous letters, cause us to have NO confidence in the
current board and CEO, as they have proven time and again their
inability to make the right strategic and operational decisions to
maximize value for shareholders.

As a result, we will be filing today a preliminary consent
solicitation statement with the SEC, stating our intention to seek
the removal and replacement of the existing seven Monster directors
with our slate of highly qualified nominees, who, collectively,
have served on 16 public company boards.  These nominees have been
carefully selected and, as described in detail later in this
letter, have a very relevant and diverse set of skills across areas
such as finance, sales management, corporate governance,
restructuring, technology and operations.  Most importantly, if
elected, this group of nominees is prepared to ensure that the
interests of all shareholders are properly represented and will
focus on executing a plan to create significant shareholder value.

Additionally, one of our nominees, Daniel W. Dienst, is a superb
candidate to serve as the Company's CEO and is prepared to serve in
that position to execute the much needed turnaround at the Company.
We believe that if our slate of nominees is elected, the new
Board, subject to its review of the Company and exercise of its
fiduciary duties, will appoint Mr. Dienst as CEO.  He would
initially serve as interim CEO while the new board conducts a
search for a full-time CEO, and he would be considered for that
position as well. Mr. Dienst is a proven executive with a track
record of creating substantial shareholder value in situations that
required significant change.  His leadership at Martha Stewart
Living OmniMedia, Inc. led to a successful sale to Sequential
Brands, Inc. in December 2015 and prior to that, from 2008 to 2013,
Mr. Dienst served as the Group Chief Executive Officer of Sims
Metal Management, Ltd., the world's largest publicly listed metal
and electronics recycler, processing and trading in excess of 15
million tons of metal annually from 270 facilities on five
continents.  Monster needs new leadership -- both at the board and
executive level -- to turn around the business and we are confident
we have the right solution with our nominees and Daniel W. Dienst
as CEO.

We are confident that you will find the team of professionals we
are nominating to be extremely well-qualified to serve as directors
of Monster and that Mr. Dienst will have an immediate impact on the
business if appointed CEO.  We will commence our formal
solicitation once our solicitation statement passes through SEC
review and goes "definitive" which we hope will be within a few
weeks.  We have provided detailed biographies of each of our
nominees below and look forward to engaging with shareholders in
the near future to discuss our detailed views on Monster.

Below are the biographies of MNG's Nominees, as well as links to
our previous letters:

Daniel W. Dienst

Mr. Dienst served as a director and the chief executive officer of
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc., a media and merchandising
company, from 2013-2015, where he led the turnaround of the famous
brand and orchestrated its successful sale in 2015 to Sequential
Brands, Inc. for $353 million.  Prior to his service at Martha
Stewart Living, Mr. Dienst had a distinguished career in the steel
and metals industry, having served as the group chief executive
officer of Sims Metal Management, Ltd. from 2008-2013, the world's
largest publicly listed metal and electronics recycler, processing
and trading in excess of 15 million tons of metal annually from 270
facilities on five continents.  He had previously sold Metal
Management, Inc., a company that he founded and served in the
capacity of chief executive officer from 2004-2008, to Sims for
$1.7 billion in 2008.  Mr. Dienst also served as Chairman of the
Board and acting chief executive officer of Metals USA, Inc., one
of the nation's largest steel processors, after its reorganization
and until its going private sale to an affiliate of Apollo
Management, L.P. in 2004.  Mr. Dienst is also experienced in the
financial markets, having served as a Managing Director of
Corporate and Leveraged Finance at CIBC World Markets Corp., a
diversified global financial services firm, from 2000-2004.  From
1998-2000, he held various positions within CIBC, including
executive director of the High Yield and Financial Restructuring
Group.  Previous to his time at CIBC, he served in various
capacities with Jefferies & Company, Inc., a global investment
banking firm. Mr. Dienst also recently served from 2014-2015 as a
Director of 1st Dibs, Inc., a venture-backed e-commerce business
owned by Benchmark Capital, Spark Capital, Index Ventures and
Insight Venture Partners. Mr. Dienst holds a B.A. from Washington
University in St. Louis. and a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School.

Mr. Dienst's qualifications as a director include his executive
experience as a CEO and director of 4 public companies, his
expertise in turnarounds, special situations and corporate
transactions and his experience in the media sector.

Joseph Anto

Mr. Anto is currently a senior vice president at MediaNews Group,
Inc. (d/b/a Digital First Media), the second largest newspaper
company in the U.S. by circulation, where he has served since 2013.
From 2014-2015, he was vice president of Business Development for
MediaNews Group and also CEO at Jobs in the US, a subsidiary of
MediaNews with regionally focused job board sites in New England.
From 2013-2014 he was managing director at Digital First Ventures,
the strategic investing division of MediaNews Group.  In 2009 he
co-founded RumbaTime, LLC, a fashion brand focused on timepieces
and accessories and served as the Company’s CEO until 2012.  From
2006-2009 Mr. Anto was a senior analyst and director of Investments
at Harbinger Capital Partners, a multi-strategy investment firm,
where he managed one of the largest merchant power investment
portfolios in the sector, accounting for approximately 30% of the
Fund's assets and completed M&A and debt financing transactions
totaling over $4 billion in value.  Prior to his time at Harbinger,
Mr. Anto was an associate at ABS Capital Partners, a later-stage
venture capital firm, and an analyst at First Union Securities in
their technology investment banking group. He has previously served
on the boards of private merchant power companies Kelson Energy
Inc. and Kelson Canada and was also previously on the board at
Rumbatime.  He has a BBA from Emory University and an MBA from
Columbia University.

Mr. Anto's qualifications as a director include his expertise as a
previous CEO of a job board business, his executive experience,
particularly in the media industry, and his expertise in
turnarounds and corporate transactions.

Ethan Bloomfield

Mr. Bloomfield is currently the CEO of vitalfew, inc, a consulting
and advisory business which he founded in 2015.  He also serves on
the board of governors for TaTech, a leading industry association
which enables the interaction of companies in the recruitment
technology space.  He has been a member since 2006 and on the board
of governors since the first board was elected by the membership.
In 2016, he co-founded and is also the current CRO of
ConversationDriver, a company that utilizes software to help
organizations improve efficiencies is sales outreach. From
2012-2015, he served as the senior vice president of sales and
Business Development at recruitment technology company,
ZipRecruiter, which he joined in 2012 as the 20th employee and the
first in sales.  In his role at ZipRecruiter he developed the
entire sales organization, which he grew from concept to over 120
reps when he left the company.  Previously he was vice president of
Business Development at JobTarget, a company that provides
technology to organizations that want to offer their own web-based
job boards to their members.  While at JobTarget, he was
instrumental in launching innovative new products and also led the
acquisition of two companies.  Mr. Bloomfield holds a B.A. from the
University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Mr. Bloomfield's qualifications as a director include his expertise
in recruitment technologies, developed over a career spanning more
than twelve years in the space.  He is widely recognized as a
thought leader in the sector and, in addition to advising or having
advised almost 30 companies in the industry, he is a frequent
speaker at industry conferences and events.

Heath Freeman

Mr. Freeman is the president, a founding member, and director of
Alden Global Capital, LLC, a $1.6 billion New York-based investment
firm focused on deep value, catalyst driven investing. He has been
with the firm since its founding in 2007, and has been its
President since 2014.  Mr. Freeman currently serves as Vice
Chairman of MediaNews Group, Inc. (d/b/a Digital First Media), the
second largest newspaper business in the United States by
circulation with over $1 billion of annual revenue, owning
newspapers such as The Denver Post, San Jose Mercury News and
Orange County Register.  He also serves on the compensation
committee and leads the strategic review committee for MNG and has
served on its board since 2011.  Mr. Freeman is a co-founder and
serves on the board of SLT Group, Inc. (d/b/a SLT) a private
fitness business based out of New York and started in 2011, which
recently took in a large growth investment from North Castle
Partners, a private equity firm focused on the health and wellness
space.  Mr. Freeman also co-founded City of Saints Coffee Roasters
in 2013, a third wave coffee roaster, wholesaler and retailer based
out of Brooklyn, NY. Prior to Alden, from 2006 - 2007, Mr. Freeman
worked as an Investment Analyst at New York-based Smith Management,
a private investment firm.  Prior to that, from 2003 - 2006, Mr.
Freeman was an investment banking analyst at Peter J. Solomon
Company, a boutique investment bank, working on mergers and
acquisitions, restructurings and refinancing assignments. He has
previously served on the boards at The Philadelphia Media Network,
The Journal Register Company and RDA Holdings, among others.
Currently, Mr. Freeman also serves as Chairman of the Advisory
Board for Jewish Life at Duke University's Freeman Center and he
also graduated with a BA from Duke University.

Mr. Freeman's qualifications as a director include his experience
as an investor, investment banker and board member of multiple
companies with expertise in finance, compensation, turnarounds,
corporate transactions and significantly improving value at
underperforming companies.

Kevin Gregson

Mr. Gregson has served as the Americas Leader for the Insurance
Industry for Willis Towers Watson plc since 2013.  Prior to his
role at Willis Towers Watson, Mr. Gregson was a Managing Director
at Alvarez and Marsal Holdings, LLC, a financial advisory services
company focused primarily on the financial services industry, from
2010-2013.  Mr. Gregson has over thirty years of experience in
developing and implementing business solutions for global
organizations.  Prior to joining Alvarez and Marsal, Mr. Gregson
served as founder and president of Bridge Pointe, LLC, a
Bermuda-based insurance and reinsurance company and advisory
services firm that provides innovative insurance solutions for
insurers and corporate sponsors.  Previously, he was a co-founder
and principal of the Gregson Group, a business advisory firm
helping companies align business strategies with organizational and
human capital strategies. He is currently a director at Fidelity &
Guaranty Life, a provider of life insurance and annuity products,
where he serves on the audit, compensation and related party
transactions committee.  Mr. Gregson holds a B.A. from the
University of Delaware and has attended the Executive Finance
Program at the University of Michigan.

Mr. Gregson's qualifications as a director include his experience
advising companies on complex business and financial issues for
thirty years, and his expertise in corporate governance, strategy,
and financial/operational performance improvement.

Lowell Robinson

Mr. Robinson is a highly regarded financial and operating executive
with thirty years of senior-level strategic, financial, governance,
turnaround and M&A experience.  He has also been on seven public
company boards, and has experience serving as Chairman of the Board
as well as Chairman of audit and compensation committees.  From
2006-2009, Mr. Robinson was chief financial officer and chief
operating officer for Miva, Inc., a digital marketing company, and
was instrumental in Miva's turnaround and subsequent sale.  He was
previously senior executive vice president and chief financial
officer of HotJobs.com, an online job board, where he was
responsible for all finance and administrative functions at the
company.  After bringing the company to profitability a year ahead
of expectation, HotJobs was sold to Yahoo! for $500 million,
representing a 75% premium to market.  Prior to joining HotJobs,
Mr. Robinson was executive vice president and chief financial
officer for PRT Group, a software and IT services company, where he
raised $62 million in its initial public offering.  In 1994, Mr.
Robinson was recruited by the CEO and Warburg Pincus to serve as
the chief financial officer of Valassis Communications, Inc. (f/k/a
Advo, Inc.), a Fortune 500 company and the largest direct marketing
company on the New York Stock Exchange with $2 billion in revenues.
Over a three-year period, shareholder value increased 300% due to
operational initiatives which he led, in addition to paying out a
one- time $10 special dividend.  Previously, Mr. Robinson held
senior financial positions with Citigroup, Mars, Inc. and Kraft
Foods Group, Inc.  He is currently on the board at EVINE Live Inc.,
and has previously served on the board of The Jones Group, Inc.,
where he chaired the audit and compensation committees, in addition
to having served on the boards of five other public companies over
the course of his career.  Mr. Robinson holds a B.A. from The
University of Wisconsin and an M.B.A. in finance from Harvard
Business School.

Mr. Robinson's qualifications as a director include his C-level
executive experience at multiple companies, his experience serving
on the boards of seven public companies and his expertise in
finance, corporate governance, turnarounds and corporate
transactions.
  
Gregory Slayton

The Hon. Gregory Slayton has served as the managing director of
Slayton Capital, an international venture capital firm that has
been an early investor in some of the most successful companies in
Silicon Valley history, since 2002.  He was an early investor in
Google and Salesforce.com and served on the advisory boards of both
companies.  From 2005-2009, Mr. Slayton was the United States Chief
of Mission (defacto Ambassador) to Bermuda, serving under both the
Bush and Obama Administrations.  From 2000-2002, he served as chief
executive officer of ClickAction Inc., an email marketing services
company that was acquired by InfoUSA Inc., and prior to this, he
was chief executive officer and Chairman of MySoftware, which
merged with ClickAction in 2000.  He has also served as
Distinguished Visiting Professor at Peking University and as a
visiting professor at UIBE Business School, Beijing & Szechuan
University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University and the Stanford
Graduate School of Business.  Mr. Slayton has been featured in the
Wall Street Journal, Time and three Harvard Business School case
studies.  He has lived and worked extensively in Asia, Africa,
Europe and Latin America, and was a Fulbright Scholar at the
University of the Philippines, where he completed a Masters in
Asian Studies with honors.  Mr. Slayton holds a B.A. from Dartmouth
College and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, having
graduated from both institutions with honors.

Mr. Slayton's qualifications as a director include his experience
as an investor in technology companies, his executive experience as
CEO of multiple companies, his experience serving on the boards of
four public companies and his expertise in technology, operations
and international markets.

Sincerely,

MediaNews Group, Inc.

                    About MediaNews Group, Inc.

MediaNews Group, Inc. (d/b/a Digital First Media) is a leader in
local, multiplatform news and information, distinguished by its
original content and high quality, diversified portfolio of local
media assets.  Digital First Media is the second largest newspaper
company in the United States by circulation, serving an audience of
over 40 million readers on a monthly basis.  The Company's
portfolio of products includes 67 daily newspapers and 180
non-daily publications.  Digital First Media has a leading local
news audience share in each of its primary markets and its content
monetization platforms serve clients on both a national and local
scale.


MICHAEL SYLVESTER: Court Confirms Plan of Reorganization
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Illinois
approved the sixth amended disclosure statement and confirmed the
sixth amended plan of reorganization filed by Michael Dominic
Sylvester and Dawn Sylvester.

Under the Plan, each holder of Allowed Class 3 Claims -- those
which are objected to will be counted as disallowed -- totaling
$35,966.26 will be paid 100% without interest of all claims held by
the Holders starting 30 days completion of payments to the
unclassified Tax Claim of the IRS under Section 3.1(b) until paid
in full with a payment each month of $700 pro rata.

The Debtors will make all payments out of their future income from
operating of their Custom Glass Production and Installation
Business and from their rental of the estate's real estate (Cedar
Lake).  The Debtor expects to receive net income sufficient to pay
all claims.

        About Michael Dominic Sylvester

Michael Dominic Sylvester and Dawn Sylvester operate a rental real
estate and custom glass production and installation business.  They
manage their financial affairs as debtors-in-possession.

The Debtors filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. N.D.
Ill. Case No. 13-06990) on Feb. 24, 2013.

No trustee examiner or committee of unsecured creditors have been
appointed to serve in this Chapter 11 case.


MIDSTATES PETROLEUM: Court Confirms 1st Amended Reorg Plan
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BankruptcyData.com reported that the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
confirmed Midstates Petroleum Company's First Amended Joint Chapter
11 Plan of Reorganization.  As previously reported, under the Plan,
holders of Class 4 - first lien claims shall receive its pro rata
share of (a) approximately $82 million in cash or otherwise the
amount necessary to reduce the outstanding obligations to the first
lien lenders (including outstanding obligations with respect to
existing letters of credit) to $170 million and (b)(i) if such
holder is a first lien accepting lender, the new credit facility
revolving loans, or (ii) if such holder is a first lien rejecting
lender, the new credit facility term loans, in all events
consistent with the terms of the new credit facility term sheet.
Holders of Class 7 - unsecured notes/general unsecured claims shall
receive (i) 1.25% of the new common stock (which shall be subject
to dilution under the management incentive plan, any other
compensation arrangements under the management compensation term
sheet, and new common stock issuable upon exercise of the new
warrants) and (ii) the unsecured creditor warrants; provided that
in the event of a settlement termination event the unencumbered
distribution will be shared pro rata among all holders of unsecured
notes claims and general unsecured claims, including the deficiency
claims.

                   About Midstates Petroleum Company

Midstates Petroleum Company, Inc. --
http://www.midstatespetroleum.com/-- is an independent exploration
and production company focused on the application of modern
drilling and completion techniques in oil and liquids-rich basins
in the onshore U.S. Midstates' drilling and completion efforts are
currently focused in the Mississippian Lime oil play in Oklahoma
and Anadarko Basin in Texas and Oklahoma.  The Company's operations
also include the upper Gulf Coast tertiary trend in central
Louisiana.

Midstates Petroleum Company, Inc., and Midstates Petroleum Company
LLC filed separate Chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. S.D. Tex. Case Nos.
16-32237 and 16-32238) on April 30, 2016.  The petitions were
signed by Nelson M. Haight, executive vice president and chief
financial officer Judge David R Jones presides over the case. As of
Dec. 31, 2015, the Company listed assets of $679 million and total
debts of $2 billion.

The Debtors have hired Kirkland & Ellis LLP and Kirkland & Ellis
International LLP as lead bankruptcy counsel, Jackson Walker LLP as
their local and conflicts bankruptcy counsel, and Evercore Group
L.L.C. as investment banker.  Kurtzman Carson Consultants LLC
serves as claims and noticing agent.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee, on May 12, 2016, appointed three
creditors to serve on the official committee of unsecured
creditors.  The Committee taps Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP as
counsel, Berkeley Research Group LLC as financial advisor, and
Conway Mackenzie, Inc. as special E&P advisor.


MJC AMERICA: Can Use Cash Collateral of EWB Until Nov. 10
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Judge Sandra R. Klein of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central
District of California authorized MJC America, Ltd. to use East
West Bank's cash collateral through November 10, 2016.

The Debtor and East West Bank had previously entered into a
Stipulation on the use of cash collateral, which was approved by
the Court.  Judge Klein ordered that all terms and conditions of
the Stipulation will remain in full force and effect, and directed
the Debtor to make a one-time adequate protection payment to East
West Bank of $25,000.

Judge Klein will conduct a further hearing on the Debtor's
continued use of cash collateral on November 3, 2016 at 8:30 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated September 21, 2016, is
available at http://tinyurl.com/jffx29v


                 About MJC America, Ltd.

MJC America, Ltd., doing business as Soleus Air System --
http://www.soleusair.com/-- which sells Soleus-branded air
conditioners and heaters in the U.S., filed for Chapter 11
bankruptcy protection (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No. 13-39097) on Dec.
10, 2013.  The petition was signed by Simon Chu, an authorized
individual.

The Debtor selected David A. Tilem, Esq., at the Law Offices of
David A. Tilem as its general bankruptcy counsel.  Winston & Strawn
LLP serves as special litigation counsel.  The case is assigned to
Judge Sandra R. Klein.

MJC disclosed $13.98 million in total assets and $15.92 million in
total liabilities in its schedules.  Accounts receivable of $9.22
million and inventory of $4.12 million comprise most of the assets.
East West Bank has a scheduled secured claim of $2.1 million on a
line of credit, and Hong Kong Gree Electric Appliances Sales, Ltd.,
is owed $4.07 million, but only $288,000 is secured.


MONGE PROPERTY: Selling Los Angeles Property to Davtian for $1M
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Monge Property Investments, Inc. ("MPI") asks the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Central District of California to authorize the sale
of industrial property located at 910 North San Fernando Road, Los
Angeles, California ("San Fernando Road Property") to Gayane
Davtian for $1,000,000, without overbidding.

On Nov. 1, 2013, the MPI entered into a lease of the San Fernando
Road Property ("Lease") with Jacob (Jack) Arutunian.  The term of
the Lease is 5 years from Nov. 1, 2013.  The Lease includes options
to renew for two 5-year periods.  If both options are exercised,
then the duration of the lease will be 15 years.  The Lease
includes an option to purchase the San Fernando Road Property for
$1,000,000 which can be exercised by either Mr. Arutunian or
Purchaser.  MPI is informed and believes that Purchaser is the
mother of the tenant Jack Arutunian.

On Nov. 10, 2015, the parties entered into an amendment to the
Lease.

On Oct. 8, 2015, MPI brought its Second Motion for an Order
Approving Long Term Real Property Lease, as Amended, Retroactive to
Nov. 4, 2013 ("Second Lease Motion") for approval of long-term
lease.  The first motion had been withdrawn by MPI, and said
withdrawal was acknowledged by order of the Court entered on
Sept. 9, 2015.  Subsequently, MPI filed its Second Motion for
approval of the Lease.  All parties in interest were given notice,
no party opposed the Second Motion for retroactive approval of the
Lease, with the purchase option component.

The Bankruptcy Court, in an order entered on Nov. 10, 2015,
approved both the Lease and the Amendment. MPI is informed and
believes that upon entering into the Lease, Mr. Arutunian relocated
substantial business assets to the San Fernando Road Property in
reliance upon the Lease and the purchase option.

Due to Purchaser's concern regarding the devastating effect that an
overbid would have on Mr. Arutunian's business, since the Purchaser
is his mother, and MPI is informed and believes that
Mr. Artunian intends to continue to occupy the San Fernando Road
Property after the close of the sale, Purchaser requested, and MPI
agreed to, a provision in the Purchase Agreement to the effect that
MPI's motion regarding the sale would state that MPI would seek
approval of the sale of the San Fernando Road Property to Purchaser
without overbids, and that if the Court denied that portion or the
motion, or otherwise instituted overbidding, then MPI's motion
deemed immediately withdrawn, without the necessity of any filing
with the Court.

A copy of the Purchase Agreement attached to the Motion is
available for free at:

     http://bankrupt.com/misc/Monge_Property_506_Sales.pdf

The sale of the property to Purchaser is pursuant to the terms of
the option as to price.

The estimated proceeds of the sale are projected to be as follows:

          Sale price:                              $1,000,000
          Selling costs (4.5%):                       $45,000
          Encumbrance:                                     $0

          Credit for Purchaser's
            Environmental Inspections:                $14,235
          Credit for Lease Deposit:                    $6,000

          Unpaid Property taxes:                     $113,272

          Estimated proceeds:                        $821,493

The sale will be beneficial to the estate due to the fact that it
will provide approximately $821,493 in net proceeds.

In the preliminary title report regarding the San Fernando Road
Property generated by USA National Title Co., these liens, all of
which are disputed by MPI, are found:

   a. A deed of trust in favor of beneficiary Lois Ann Franks
Geissel, dated Nov. 2, 1976 ("Geissel Deed of Trust") secured
payment of an obligation of $80,000.  MPI believes that the
obligation secured by the Geissel Deed of Trust was a "carry back"
deed of trust from the seller that was paid off many years ago. MPI
contends that there is no obligation secured by the Geissel Deed of
Trust, and based thereon disputes the validity of the Geissel Deed
of Trust.

   b. Notices of Lien in favor of the City of Los Angles –
Department of Building and Safety ("Building and Safety Liens") for
inspections of the San Fernando Road Property. The total balance of
the Building and Safety Liens totals $14,494, including penalties.
MPI disputes all portions of the Building and Safety Liens that are
penalties, and reserves its right to object to such claims.

The San Fernando Road Property may be sold free and clear of all of
the interests of the liens since the sale price exceeds the
aggregate amount of the liens.

The Debtor requests for authority to handle the proceeds from the
sale of the San Fernando Road Property as follows: After the
payment of ordinary selling expenses and credits, Remax 6000
Realty's commission of 4.5% of the purchase price, and unpaid
property taxes, the remaining balance will be distributed to MPI,
subject to further orders of the Court.

The Purchaser:

          Gayane Davtian
          Glendale, CA 91203

The Purchaser is represented by:

          Varand Gourjian,Esq.
          GOURJIAN LAW GROUP
          101 N. Brand Boulevard, Suite 1220
          Glendale, CA 91203
          Telephone: (818) 956-0100

                 About Monge Property Investments

Monge Property Investments, Inc., sought Chapter 11 protection
(Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No. 12-29275) on May 31, 2012.  Judge Thomas
B. Donovan is assigned to the case.

The Debtor estimated assets in the range of $1,000,001 to
$10,000,000 and $100,001 to $500,000 in debt.

The Debtor tapped David M. Reeder, Esq. at Valensi Rose, PLC as
counsel.

The petition was signed by Ruben Monge, Jr., president.



MORGANS HOTEL: MMCAP International Reports 5.2% Equity Stake
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In a Schedule 13G filed with the Securities and Exchange
Commission, MMCAP International Inc. SPC and MM Asset Management
Inc. disclosed that as of Sept. 20, 2016, they beneficially own
1,814,857 shares of common stock of Morgans Hotel Group CO.
representing 5.2039% of the shares outstanding.  A full-text copy
of the regulatory filing is available for free at goo.gl/tK2c7N

                    About Morgans Hotel Group

Based in New York, Morgans Hotel Group Co. (Nasdaq: MHGC) --
http://www.morganshotelgroup.com/-- is widely credited as the
creator of the first "boutique" hotel and a continuing leader of
the hotel industry's boutique sector.  Morgans Hotel Group
operates and owns, or has an ownership interest in, Morgans,
Royalton and Hudson in New York, Delano and Shore Club in South
Beach, Mondrian in Los Angeles and South Beach, Clift in San
Francisco, Ames in Boston, and Sanderson and St Martins Lane in
London.  Morgans Hotel Group and an equity partner also own the
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas and related assets.  Morgans
Hotel Group also manages hotels in Isla Verde, Puerto Rico and
Playa del Carmen, Mexico.  Morgans Hotel Group has other property
transactions in various stages of completion, including projects
in SoHo, New York and Palm Springs, California.

Morgans Hotel reported net income attributable to common
stockholders of $5.45 million on $220 million of total revenues for
the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, compared to a net loss attributable
to common stockholders of $66.6 million on $234 million of total
revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2014.

As of June 30, 2016, Morgans Hotel had $512 million in total
assets, $737 million in total liabilities and a total deficit of
$225 million.


MRI INTERVENTIONS: Files 1.6M Shares Resale Prospectus with SEC
---------------------------------------------------------------
MRI Interventions, Inc., filed with the Securities and Exchange
Commission a Form S-1 registration statement relating to 821,000
outstanding shares of the Company's common stock and 768,580 shares
of its common stock issuable upon the exercise of outstanding
warrants, or the Warrants, held by some of the Company's
securityholders.  

The securities the Company are registering are to be offered for
the account of the selling securityholders.  The Company will pay
the expenses of registering the shares, but the Company is not
selling any shares of common stock in this offering and therefore
will not receive any proceeds from this offering.  The Company
will, however, receive the exercise price of the Warrants, if and
when such warrants are exercised for cash by the selling
securityholders.

The Company's common stock is traded in the over-the-counter market
and quoted on the OTCQB Venture Marketplace organized by the OTC
Markets Group Inc. and the OTC Bulletin Board under the ticker
symbol "MRIC."  On Sept. 29, 2016, the last reported sale price of
the Company's common stock was $6.75 per share.

A full-text copy of the Form S-1 prospectus is available at:

                         goo.gl/VY8UPn

                     About MRI Interventions

Based in Irvine, Calif., MRI Interventions, Inc., is a medical
device company.  The Company develops and commercializes platforms
for performing minimally invasive surgical procedures in the brain
and heart under direct, intra-procedural magnetic resonance imaging
(MRI) guidance.  It has two product platforms: ClearPoint system,
which is used to perform minimally invasive surgical procedures in
the brain and ClearTrace system, which is under development, to be
used to perform minimally invasive surgical procedures in the
heart.

As of June 30, 2016, MRI Interventions had $6.44 million in total
assets, $10.4 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $3.96 million.

MRI Interventions reported a net loss of $8.44 million in 2015
following a net loss of $4.52 million in 2014.

Cherry Bekaert LLP, in Charlotte, North Carolina, issued a "going
concern" qualification on the consolidated financial statements for
the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, citing that the Company incurred net
losses during the years ended Dec. 31, 2015, and 2014 of
approximately $8.4 million and $4.5 million, respectively.
Additionally, the stockholders' deficit at December 31, 2015 was
approximately $2 million.  These conditions raise substantial doubt
about the Company's ability to continue as a going concern.


NADLER & DARWISH: Can't Compel Bank to Release Insurance Proceeds
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Judge Melvin S. Hoffman of the United States Bankruptcy Court for
the District of Massachusetts, Eastern Division, denied Nadler &
Darwish LLC's motion to compel Mechanics Cooperative Bank, holder
of two mortgages on the debtor's property at 967-975 North Main
Street in Randolph, Massachusetts, to release insurance proceeds
totaling approximately $165,000 paid for fire damage to the
property.

The insurance company issued a check for the insurance proceeds
payable jointly to the debtor, the bank and the insurance adjuster
on August 2, 2016.  When the debtor demanded the bank endorse the
check and deliver it to the debtor so it could begin construction
work to repair the property, the bank refused.  

By the time the debtor filed its motion, however, the bank has
endorsed the check on behalf of the debtor, deposited it and
distributed the insurance proceeds, first to pay certain casualty
related expenses, including the adjuster's commission, and then to
reduce the debtor's outstanding loan obligations to the bank.  Upon
knowing this, the debtor thus acknowledged that its demand that the
bank be required to endorse the insurance check and deliver it to
the debtor could no longer be met.  The debtor demanded instead
that the bank be ordered to repay the amount of the check, less the
adjuster's commission, to the debtor, insisting that the check was
property of its bankruptcy estate and that the bank's exercising
control over it without obtaining relief from the automatic stay
was impermissible and a stay violation to boot.

Judge Hoffman ruled that there could have been no stay violation by
the bank nor could the insurance proceeds have been property of the
bankruptcy estate because the debtor's case had been dismissed on
August 1, 2016, and not reinstated until September 1, 2016, when
the debtor's motion to vacate the order of dismissal was granted.
The judge pointed out that all the events of which the debtor
complained occurred during the period when no bankruptcy case was
pending, and reinstatement of a bankruptcy case does not
retroactively impose the automatic stay.

Judge Hoffman also held that the bank was entitled to apply the
insurance proceeds toward repayment of the debtor's loans even to
the point of endorsing the debtor's name on the insurance check,
because the bank endorsed the debtor's name under a power of
attorney, contained in the mortgages, and granted to the bank for
this precise purpose.

A full-text copy of Judge Hoffman's September 27, 2016 order is
available at http://bankrupt.com/misc/mab16-12820-55.pdf

Nadler & Darwish LLC is represented by:

          Nina M. Parker, Esq.
          PARKER AND ASSOCIATES
          10 Converse Place, Suite 201
          Winchester, MA 01890
          Tel: (781)729-0005
          Fax: (781)729-0187

Mechanics Cooperative Bank is represented by:

          David M. Baker, Esq.
          D. BAKER LAW GROUP, P.C.
          10 North Main Street
          Fall River, MA 02720
          Tel: (508)869-4300
          Fax: (508)674-3841

                   About Nadler and Darwish

Nadler and Darwish, LLC  filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. D.Ma. Case No. 16-58964) on July 24, 2016. Hon. Melvin
Hoffman presides over the case.  Parker & Associates represents
the Debtor as counsel.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1 million to $10 million
in both assets and liabilities.  The petition was signed by Erna
Jean-Louis, manager.


NORTH BEACHES: Wants to Use American Enterprise Bank Cash
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North Beaches Pharmacy, Inc. asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Middle District of Florida for authorization to use cash
collateral.

The Debtor entered into a line of credit with American Enterprise
Bank of Florida which in turn received a blanket lien on all assets
of the Debtor including all accounts and receivables.  Sometime
after entering into the agreement with American Enterprise Bank of
Florida, Fidelity Bank acquired American Enterprise Bank of
Florida.

The Debtor's proposed monthly Budget provides for total operating
expenses in the amount of $18,990 and total personnel expenses in
the amount of $80,204.

The Debtor proposes to pay $495 directly to Fidelity Bank to
protect its interest as well as grant Fidelity Bank replacement
liens as necessary.  The Debtor contends that the payment is an
interest only payment based upon the full claim amount, believed to
be $111,583.00, with 5% interest.   

The Debtor tells the Court that further agreements will hopefully
be reduced to writing shortly and will be filed with the Court.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated September 28, 2016,
is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/NorthBeachesPharmacy2016_316bk03618jaf_7.pdf

North Beaches Pharmacy, Inc. is represented by:

          Jason A. Burgess, Esq.
          1855 Mayport Road
          Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
          Telephone: (904) 354-5065
          Email: jason@jasonaburgess.com

               About North Beaches Pharmacy, Inc.

North Beaches Pharmacy, Inc. filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
M.D. Fla. Case No. 3:16-bk-03618) on September 28, 2016.  The
Debtor is represented by Jason A. Burgess, Esq.

The Debtor owns and operates a pharmacy in Jacksonville Beach,
Florida.



NORTHERN OIL: Board Awards CFO $250,000 Bonus
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The compensation committee of the board of directors of Northern
Oil and Gas, Inc. awarded Thomas Stoelk, the Company's CFO and
interim CEO, a $250,000 bonus in recognition of his increase in
duties with his assumption of the interim CEO position.  The first
$100,000 of the bonus was payable on Sept. 30, 2016, and the
remaining $150,000 will be payable on Dec. 31, 2016, as disclosed
in a Form 8-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

                      About Northern Oil

Northern Oil and Gas, Inc. -- http://www.NorthernOil.com/-- is an  

exploration and production company with a core area of focus in the
Williston Basin Bakken and Three Forks play in North Dakota and
Montana.
  
Northern Oil reported a net loss of $975 million in 2015 following
net income of $164 million in 2014.

As of June 30, 2016, Northern Oil had $465 million in total
assets, $895 million in total liabilities and a $430 million
total stockholders' deficit.
  
                            *   *    *

As reported by the TCR on Sept. 1, 2016, S&P Global Ratings lowered
its corporate credit rating on U.S.-based oil and gas E&P company
Northern Oil and Gas Inc. to 'CCC' from 'CCC+'.  The outlook is
negative.  "The downgrade follows the announcement by the company
that it has retained financial advisors Tudor, Pickering, Holt &
Co. to help it review strategic alternatives," said S&P Global
Ratings credit analyst Brian Garcia.  "We believe this increases
the likelihood the company could engage in a transaction we would
view as a distressed exchange, where holders of the company's
unsecured debt could receive less than the promised value," he
added.


NORTHERN POWER SYSTEMS: Recurring Losses Raises Going Concern Doubt
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Northern Power Systems Corp. filed its quarterly report on Form
10-Q, disclosing a net loss of $4.23 million on $5.18 million of
total revenues for the three months ended March 31, 2016, compared
with a net loss of $4.01 million on $9.22 million of total revenues
for the same period in 2015.

The Company's balance sheet at March 31, 2016, showed $28.70
million in total assets, $26.84 million in total liabilities, and a
stockholders' equity of $1.86 million.

The Company has incurred operating losses since its inception.
Management anticipates incurring additional losses until the
Company can produce sufficient revenue to cover its operating
costs, if ever.  Since inception, the Company has funded its net
capital requirements with proceeds from private equity and public
and debt offerings.  At March 31, 2016, the Company has cash of
$4.0 million, an accumulated deficit of $172.6 million and the
current line of credit which is set to expire on September 30,
2016.  The Company is in discussions with its lender to renew its
line of credit prior to September 30, 2016 or obtain alternative
financing.  However, the Company cannot guarantee that it will be
able to procure additional financing upon favorable terms, if at
all.  These conditions raise substantial doubt about the Company's
ability to continue as a going concern.

A copy of the Form 10-Q is available at:
                              
                       https://is.gd/FjXiDp

Northern Power Systems Corp. is a provider of advanced renewable
power creation and power conversion technology for the energy
sector.  The Company designs, manufactures and services permanent
magnet direct-drive (PMDD) wind turbines for the distributed wind
market.  Its segments include Product Sales and Service, Technology
Licensing, Technology Development and Shared Services.  The Company
licenses its utility-class wind turbine platform, which uses the
PMDD technology as its distributed turbines, to the manufacturers
on a global basis.



NOVETTA SOLUTIONS: Moody's Lowers CFR to Caa1; Outlook Negative
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Moody's Investors Service downgraded Novetta Solutions, LLC's
Corporate Family Rating to Caa1 from B3 and its Probability of
Default Rating to Caa1-PD from B3-PD.  In connection with this
action, Moody's downgraded the ratings on both the senior secured
revolving credit facility and senior secured first lien term loan
to B3 from B2, and the rating on the senior secured second lien
term loan to Caa3 from Caa2.  The rating outlook is negative.

The downgrade of Novetta's ratings reflects the company's
significant underperformance over the last three quarters relative
to Moody's expectations for revenue and earnings growth.  The
company anticipated a substantial amount of new contract awards
late in 2015; however, much of the projected increase in business
failed to materialize and initial ramp-up costs incurred caused
adjusted EBITDA margins to contract by over three percent in the
first half of 2016 (all metrics incorporate Moody's standard
adjustments).  Operating losses in recent quarters have caused debt
leverage to increase materially from pro forma levels at the time
of the October 2015 leveraged buyout (LBO) by The Carlyle Group and
have lowered Moody's expectations for near-term free cash flow
generation.

The change in the rating outlook to negative from stable reflects
Moody's expectation that weak organic sales growth will likely
persist into 2017, due in part to delays in awarding government
contracts.  Continued softening in higher-margin, software
licensing sales could weaken cash flow generation and further
constrain liquidity.  The rating outlook could be stabilized if
revenue and earnings growth strengthen and result in sustained free
cash flow generation.

The downgrades of the ratings on the revolving credit facility and
the first and second lien term loans were a function of the
one-notch downgrade of Novetta's CFR.

These ratings were affected by these rating actions:

  Corporate Family Rating downgraded to Caa1 from B3;
  Probability of Default Rating downgraded to Caa1-PD from B3-PD;
  $40 million sr. sec. revolving credit facility due 2020
   downgraded to B3 (LGD3) from B2 (LGD3);
  $199 million (originally $200 million) sr. sec. 1st lien term
   loan due 2022 downgraded to B3 (LGD3) from B2 (LGD3);
  $85 million sr. sec. 2nd lien term loan due 2023 downgraded to
   Caa3 (LGD5) from Caa2 (LGD5)

                         RATING RATIONALE

Novetta's Caa1 CFR reflects the company's elevated debt leverage
metrics as of the end of 2Q16, with debt/EBITDA of approximately
9.7x driven primarily by operating losses that followed the 2015
LBO that doubled the company's balance sheet debt.  Moody's
projects low single digit revenue growth over the next two years
with flat to slightly weaker operating margins, partly because
government delays in awarding work are likely to continue, which
will result in debt leverage increasing to over 10.5x by the end of
2017.  Together with debt service requirements, this will lead to
slightly negative to breakeven free cash flow generation and
minimal cash balances over the next 12 to 18 months.  Novetta's
significant revenue concentrations -- the top five contracts
comprise over 50% of total revenues -- and the potential impact of
losing a meaningful contract or not replacing large completed
contracts is also factored into the Caa1 CFR.  The rating also
reflects Novetta's adequate liquidity profile and Moody's
expectation that the company will rely on the revolver to meet
basic cash needs over the next 12 months, including capital
expenditures and required term loan amortization.  Moody's believes
the company will maintain sufficient revolver availability and
headroom under its springing first lien net leverage covenant after
the March 2017 step-down; however, projected erosion of covenant
cushion will partially restrict near-term borrowing capacity under
the revolver.

Helping to offset these risks is Novetta's strong market position
in a growing defense services niche.  The increasing importance of
advanced data analytics, particularly for national security
purposes, was recently demonstrated when such services were deemed
"essential" by the Federal government, and therefore, were not as
severely targeted by sequestration-related spending cuts.  The
majority of the work awarded to the company is highly specialized,
often allowing Novetta to bypass certain "lowest price, technically
available" Federal government procurement hurdles. According to the
company, higher-margin, sole-source/single-award work (not
competitively bid) is estimated to be greater than 50% of its
contract base.  Largely US Government-funded R&D costs, in addition
to recurring software licensing revenues, are contributing to mid-
to high-teens EBITDA margins, which is a key credit strength.

The ratings on the senior secured bank credit facilities reflect
the overall probability of default for Novetta, which Moody's rates
Caa1-PD.  The B3 ratings on the revolver and first lien term loan
are one notch above the CFR, reflecting the first loss protection
provided by second lien debt in the capital structure. The Caa3
rating on the second lien term loan, two notches below the CFR,
reflects the facility's lien subordination to approximately $240
million of secured debt that has a first-priority claim on the
company's most liquid assets.

Given the company's elevated debt leverage and merely adequate
liquidity profile, an upgrade of Novetta's ratings is unlikely over
the near term.  However, positive rating actions could be taken if
the company demonstrates strong growth in backlog and revenue, with
debt/EBITDA improving to below 6.5x, EBIT interest coverage closer
to 1.0x, and retained free cash flow/net debt over 5%.

The ratings could be downgraded if Novetta's liquidity profile
deteriorates further or if declining revenue and margin contraction
result in continued operating losses.  Negative actions could be
taken if Novetta faces a diminished ability to satisfy required
debt service requirements.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Global
Aerospace and Defense Industry published in April 2014.

Novetta Solutions, LLC is an advanced analytics company that works
on intelligence and cyber security projects for the government and
commercial organizations.  The company is majority-owned by
affiliates of The Carlyle Group.  Total revenues for the 12 months
ended June 30, 2016, totaled $185 million.


NUVERRA ENVIRONMENTAL: Has Until Oct. 14 to Refinance ABL Facility
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Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Inc., entered into a Tenth
Amendment to Amended and Restated Credit Agreement by and among
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, as agent, the lenders named
therein, and the Company, which further amends the Company's
Amended and Restated Credit Agreement, dated as of Feb. 3, 2014, by
and among the Agent, the Lenders, and the Company.  The ABL
Facility Amendment amends the ABL Facility by (i) amending the
refinancing covenant to extend the date by which the Company is
required to refinance the ABL Facility in full from Sept. 30, 2016,
to Oct. 14, 2016, and (ii) increasing the applicable margin on
LIBOR Rate and Base Rate Loans and the Applicable Unused Line Fee
Percentage (as defined in the ABL Facility).

A full-text copy of the Tenth Amendment to Amended and Restated
Credit Agreement is available at goo.gl/NsrJv2

                        About Nuverra

Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: NESC) provides
environmental solutions to customers focused on the development and
ongoing production of oil and natural gas from shale formations.
The Scottsdale, Arizona-based Company operates in shale basins
where customer exploration and production activities are
predominantly focused on shale and natural gas.

Nuverra reported a net loss attributable to common stockholders of
$195 million in 2015, a net loss attributable to common
stockholders of $516 million in 2014 and a net loss attributable to
common stockholders of $232 million in 2013.

At June 30, 2016, the Company had $422 million in total assets,
$497 million in total liabilities, and total stockholder's
deficit of $75.1 million.

KPMG LLP, in Phoenix, Arizona, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2015, citing that the Company has incurred recurring
losses from operations and has limited cash resources, which raise
substantial doubt about its ability to continue as a going concern.


ONSITE TEMPORARY: JRS Funding Wants to Sequester Cash Collateral
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JRS Funding, LLC, et. al., ask the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Arizona to prohibit the Debtor from using its Trailers,
and to sequester all the proceeds generated from their use.

JRS Funding, LLC, et. al. allege that they loaned the Debtor monies
to purchase travel trailers.  They further allege that the  loan
funds provided for in each transaction were to be used to purchase
the Trailers, for which ownership was to be evidenced by an Arizona
motor vehicle title wherein JRS Funding, LLC, et. al. were listed
as the first lien holder.

JRS Funding, LLC, et. al. contend that in the Loan Documents, the
Debtor made express representations and warranties to JRS Funding,
LLC, et. al., including:

     (1) the Debtor was the lawful owner of the Trailers and they
were free and clear of all encumbrances and that no other party had
any right to the collateral;

     (2) that the Debtor would insure the Trailers against all risk
made payable to JRS Funding, LLC, et. al.;

     (3) that the Debtor would not sell, dispose of or transfer the
rights to the Trailers to another party without the prior written
consent of JRS Funding, LLC, et. al.; and,

     (4) in the event of default, the Debtor would assemble the
Trailers at a location determined by JRS Funding, LLC, et. al., for
turnover thereof.

JRS Funding, LLC, et. al. tell the Court that the Debtor defaulted
in its obligation and a lawsuit was filed in the Superior Court for
damages in the amount of $2,690,743.40.  They further tell the
Court that the Debtor has allowed the insurance on the trailers to
lapse and sold certain unknown trailers in violation of the terms
of the Promissory Notes.

JRS Funding, LLC, et. al. contend that they were in the process of
repossessing the Trailers via their self-help remedies and a
replevin action when Debtor filed its petition the day before the
replevin hearing was to occur.

JRS Funding, LLC, et. al. say that the significant depreciation the
Trailers incur on a daily basis is reflected in Debtor’s list of
20 largest creditors wherein the Trailers’ value at purchase
ranged between $20,000 to $35,000 and are now currently valued at
$9,000.00 a piece.  They believe that Debtor is presently unwilling
or unable to provide adequate protection to JRS Funding, LLC, et.
al., and there is no probability that adequate protection can be
afforded to them within a reasonable time.  For these reasons, JRS
Funding, LLC, et. al. contend that they are entitled to have the
Trailers sequestered and the Debtor prevented from using the
Trailers any further.

A full-text copy of JRS Funding, LLC, et. al.'s Motion, dated
September 28, 2016, is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/OnsiteTemporaryHousing2016_216-bk10790ps_25.pdf

JRS Funding, LLC, et. al., are represented by:

          David T. Bonfiglio, Esq.
          DAVID T. BONFIGLIO, P.C.
          4356 N. Civic Center Plaza
          Scottsdale, AZ 85251
          Telephone: (480) 970-0974
          Email: david.bonfiglio@azbar.org

The case is IN RE: Onsite Temporary Housing Corporation (Bankr. D.
Ariz. Case No. 2:16-Bk-10790-PS)



OXTON PLACE: Case Summary & 10 Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Oxton Place of Douglas, LLC
           dba Manor House of Douglas, LLC
        621 North Cherokee Road
        Social Circle, GA 30025

Case No.: 16-67316

Nature of Business: Health Care

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 30, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Northern District of Georgia (Atlanta)

Debtor's Counsel: Theodore N. Stapleton, Esq.
                  THEODORE N. STAPLETON, P.C.
                  Suite 100-B
                  2802 Paces Ferry Road
                  Atlanta, GA 30339
                  Tel: 770 436-3334
                  Fax: (404) 935-5344
                  E-mail: tstaple@tstaple.com

Estimated Assets: $0 to $50,000

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Dwayne Edwards, managing member.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 10 unsecured creditors is available
for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/ganb16-67316.pdf


P.J. ROSALY: Wants Approval to Use BDE Cash Collateral
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P.J. Rosaly Enterprises, Inc. asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the District of Puerto Rico for authorization to use cash
collateral.

The Debtor and its related parties entered into a financial
obligation with Banco de Desarrollo Economico de Puerto Rico, also
known as BDE, for a revolving line of credit and a term loan.  The
credit facilities were guaranteed with the accounts receivables and
cash proceeds of the Debtor, among other collateral.  The Debtor
contends that BDE is owed approximately $2,533,595.

The Debtor tells the Court that it urgently needs to use cash
collateral in order to continue operations and pay basic expenses
like payroll, rent, utilities, preservation of the collateral,
professionals and other related expenses.  The Debtor further tells
the Court that the allowance of the use of cash collateral will
guarantee the preservation of the assets of the estate, and the
current operations and sales, which are the sources of cash
collateral.

The Debtor's proposed Budget provides for total disbursements in
the amount of $520,098.778 for September 28, 2016 to October 12,
2016, and $4,863,699 for October 13, 2016 to January 31, 2017.

The Debtor proposes to grant BDE replacement liens on the same type
of post-petition property of the estate agains which BDE held liens
as of the Petition Date, specifically the inventory and the account
receivables received.  The Debtor further proposes to continue its
monthly payments to BDE on their pre-petition secured debt,
according to the terms and conditions of the loan agreements.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated September 28, 2016,
is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/PJRosalyEnterprises2016_1607690esl11_7.pdf

               About P.J. Rosaly Enterprises, Inc.

P.J. Rosaly Enterprises, Inc. dba Islandwide Express filed a
chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.P.R. Case No. 16-07690) on September
28, 2016.  The petition was signed by Ivan Marin, president.  The
Debtor is represented by Carmen D. Conde Torres, Esq. and Luisa S.
Valle Castro, Esq., at C. Conde & Associates.  The Debtor estimated
assets and liabilities at $1 million to $10 million at the time of
the filing.

The Debtor is specialized in providing next day, same day delivery
services to its clients, as well as temperature controlled
deliveries.  It is also engaged by the main banks in the island and
provide internal messenger and clearing house services to these
institutions.  There are two related parties to this company:
Islandwide Logistics, Inc. and HME Holdings, Inc.  Together, they
form the Islandwide Group.



PACIFIC RECYCLING: Hearing on Disclosure Statement Set For Oct. 24
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Oregon will hold on
Oct. 24, 2016, at 10:00 a.m. a hearing on Pacific Recycling, Inc.'s
disclosure statement dated Sept. 16, 2016, describing the Debtor's
Chapter 11 plan.

Objections to the Disclosure Statement must be filed by seven days
before the hearing.

Pacific Recycling, Inc., filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. D. Ore. Case No. 15-62925) on Aug. 27, 2015.  The petition
was signed by Rodney Schultz, the president.  The Debtor disclosed
total assets of $5,996,665 and total liabilities of $21,718,414.
Hon. Frank R. Alley III is assigned to the case.  Cable Huston LLP
represents the Debtor as counsel.

The U.S. Trustee for Region 18 appointed four creditors of Pacific
Recycling to serve on the official committee of unsecured
creditors.  Cassie K. Jones, Esq., and the law firm of Gleaves
Swearingen LLP represent the Committee as its counsel.


PACIFIC WEBWORKS: U.S. Trustee Objects to Disclosure Statement
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BankruptcyData.com reported that the U.S. Trustee assigned to the
Pacific WebWorks case filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court an
objection to the Debtor's Disclosure Statement.  The objection
explains, "The Disclosure Statement should set forth the bonding
requirements for the Liquidating Trustee and the successor to the
Liquidating Trustee.  If no bonding is anticipated, the risks and
costs of the failure to bond should be clearly set forth in both
the Disclosure Statement and the Plan.  The Disclosure Statement
appears to defer to paragraph 11.4 of the Plan for information
concerning Default under the Plan.  The provisions are overly vague
as how Creditors, the Court, or the United States Trustee are to
determine when an event of default occurs.  More specific mile
stones for performance by the Liquidating Trustee should be
provided. Further, it is not clear that in the event of default
whether the Court could order conversion of the case to a case
under chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code.  The Disclosure Statement
should indicate that if the Case is converted to a case under
chapter 7 the current assets will re-vest in the chapter 7 estate.
This provision could be included in both the Disclosure Statement,
at paragraph 2.5.2, and the Plan, at paragraph 5.2."

                     About Pacific WebWorks

Pacific WebWorks, Inc., previously known as Asphalt Associates, was
an application service provider and software development company.

Pacific WebWorks sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. D. Utah Case
No. 16-21223) on Feb. 23, 2016, to pursue an orderly liquidation of
its assets.  It estimated assets and debt of $1 million to $10
million.

The Debtor tapped George B. Hofmann of Cohne Kinghorne as counsel.
The Debtor also engaged Rocky Mountain Advisory as an independent
contractor to provide management services, and appointed Gil Miller
as chief restructuring officer.


PAGOSA PARTNERS: Has Until Nov. 30 to Use NBH Bank Cash Collateral
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Judge Joseph G. Rosania, Jr. of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Colorado authorized Pagosa Partners II, Inc. to use
cash collateral pursuant to the Debtor's agreement with NBH Bank,
until November 30, 2016.

The Debtor is indebted to NBH Bank in the amount of $2,384,405.95,
plus interest, attorneys' fees and costs. NBH Bank has a security
interest in the Debtor's real property that constitutes a two-story
strip center and a pad site together with personal property, among
others, located in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.  The Bank also has a
lien and security interest in the income, leases, rents, revenues,
and cash received from and as a result of the Collateral, as well
as all cash on hand as of the Commencement Date.

The approved Budget provides for total expenses in the amount of
$7,025 for the month of October 2016, and $6,700 for the month of
November 2016.

NBH Bank was granted a valid and duly perfected security interest
in and lien on and against the Collateral and the types of property
constituting the Collateral and any proceeds therefrom.

The Debtor was directed to pay NBH Bank the sum of $7,529,58, equal
to the cash on hand on the Commencement Date, and make monthly
adequate protection payments to NBH Bank in the amount of $5,000,
beginning on September 1, 2016.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated September 28, 2016, is
available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/PagosaPartners2016_1617905jgr_39.pdf
              
                 About Pagosa Partners II, Inc.

Pagosa Partners II, Inc., based in Chicago, IL, filed a Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. D. Colo. Case No. 16-17905) on Aug. 10, 2016. The
petition was signed by Robert J. Ralis, president. Judge Joseph G.
Rosania Jr. presides over the case. Jeffrey S. Brinen, Esq., at
Kutner Brinen, P.C., serves as bankruptcy counsel.

The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at $1 million to $10
million at the time of the filing.

No official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the case.


PALMER FARMS: Seeks to Employ Mesch Clark as Attorneys
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Palmer Farms, Incorporated, and Palmer Cattle, L.L.C., seek
authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of
Arizona to employ Mesch Clark Rothschild as Attorneys.

The Debtors require Mesch Clark to:

     (a) give the Debtors legal advice with respect to their power
and duties in the continued operation and management of their
properties;

     (b) take necessary action to recover certain property and
money owed to the Debtors, if necessary;

     (c) represent the Debtors in litigation, including the
investigation and if necessary, initiate and prosecute litigation
against Great Western Bank in the court of appropriate
jurisdiction, including the Arizona Superior Court, Graham County;
    
     (d) prepare on behalf of the Debtors, the necessary
applications, answers, complaints, orders, reports, disclosure
statement, plan of reorganization, motions and other legal
documents; and,

     (e) perform all other legal services that the Debtors deem
necessary.

Mesch Clark will be paid at these hourly rates:

         Michael McGrath         $575.00
         Isaac D. Rothschild     $350.00
         Jeff J. Coe             $275.00
         Paraprofessionals       $195.00
         Other Attorneys         Standard hourly rates

Mesch Clark will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred.

At the time of filing for bankruptcy relief, the Debtors did not
owe anything to Mesch Clark for prepetition services.

Marco D. Palmer, President and Manager of the Debtors, Farms and
Cattle, assured the Court that the firm is a "disinterested person"
as the term is defined in Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code
and does not represent any interest adverse to the Debtors and
their estates.

Mesch Clark can be reached at:

         Michael McGrath, Esq.
         Isaac D. Rothschild, Esq.
         Jeffrey J. Coe, Esq.
         MESCH CLARK ROTHSCHILD
         259 North Meyer Avenue
         Tucson, AZ 85701
         Tel.: (520) 624-8886
         Fax: (520) 798-1037
         Emails: mmcgrath@mcrazlaw.com
                 irothschild@mcrazlaw.com
                 jcoe@mcrazlaw.com

              About Palmer Farms, Incorporated

Palmer Farms, Incorporated, Palmer Cattle, LLC, Marco Duane Palmer
and Elena Pavlovna Palmer filed chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. D.
Ariz. Case Nos. 4:16-bk-10202-BMW, 4:16-bk-10201-BMW, and
4:16-bk-10206-SHG, respectively) on Sept. 2, 2016.  Palmer Farms
and Palmer Cattle are represented by Michael McGrath, Esq., Isaac
D. Rothschild, Esq., and Jeffrey J. Coe, Esq., at Mesch Clark
Rothschild.  Marco D. and Elena P. Palmer are represented by Dennis
J. Clancy, Esq., at Raven, Clancy & McDonagh, P.C.

Marco and Elena Palmer are husband and wife and live in Thatcher,
Arizona. Marco is a fifth generation farmer who has farmed in
Thatcher for over 40 years. Marco Palmer is the former
vice-president of the irrigation district in Thatcher, Arizona. In
about 2010, the Palmers expanded into cattle ranching.

Palmer Farms operates a farm on approximately 1200 acres in
Thatcher, Arizona. Farms primarily grows cotton and durum wheat and
employs four employees. Palmer Farms currently subleases about 500
acres to Danny Curley.

Palmer Cattle is a cattle ranch but does not currently own any
cattle. The ranch owns equipment and feed and has the capacity to
raise cattle, however, in July of 2014, Great Western Bank, N.A.
directed Palmer Cattle to not purchase any cattle, despite knowing
that Palmer Cattle had acquired a large amount of feed and
equipment for the cattle operation.


PHILLIP MYERS: Selling Assets to Myers Engineering for $700K
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Phillip Carver Myers asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central
District of California to authorize the sale of interest, if any,
in C.K. 'Bud' Myers Engineering, Inc., to for $700,000, subject to
overbid.

A hearing on the Motion is set for Oct. 26, 2016 at 1:30 p.m.

On April 30, 2015, the Court issued a scheduling order, whereby
June 30, 2015, was set as the claims bar date.  That same day, the
Debtor filed and served a notice of claims bar date and scheduling
order, noticing all creditors of the June 30, 2015, claims bar
date.

The alleged largest "creditor" of the estate, the Debtor's former
spouse, Ms. Victoria Myers, passed away in late June 2016, after
the Court set an OSC as to why Ms. Myers proof of claim should not
be valued at "zero" ("OSC").  As the Debtor could not propose a
plan of reorganization until the Ms. Myers OSC has been resolved,
the Court, on July 8, 2016, entered an order granting Debtor's oral
motion to continue the deadline to file a Disclosure Statement and
Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization to Oct. 31, 2016, and continuing
the hearing on the adequacy of Debtor's to-be-filed Disclosure
Statement to Dec. 31, 2016 ("DS/Plan Extension Order").

Recently, on Sept. 20, 2016, Ms. Myer's estate representative filed
a "motion to substitute the personal representative" for Ms. Myers
claims. Accordingly, concurrently with the filing of the Motion,
the Debtor will be filing a motion to request an extension of the
DS/Plan Extension Order to allow the OSC to be fully resolved.

On Debtor's original Schedules and Statement of Financial Affairs,
filed on Sept. 17, 2014, the Debtor listed these relevant assets
and liabilities:

   a. On Schedule B, the Debtor listed as an asset a $146,000
interest in "Myers Engineering, Inc. (40% of Stock) – corporation
is subject to significant products liability claims and most likely
stock has no market value. Value based on notes receivable from
debtor less note payable to debt." ("Estate's Stock Interest");

   b. On Schedule B, Debtor listed as an asset a $135,000 interest
in a "note payable from Myers Engineering, Inc., likely
uncollectible, subject to set off" ("Debtor's Note");

   c. On Schedule F, Debtor listed as undisputed an unsecured
non-priority claim in the amount of $300,000 in favor of Myers
Engineering on account of "loans" from 2007- 2014 ("Myers
Engineering Claim No. 1"); and

   d. On Schedule F, Debtor listed as undisputed an unsecured
non-priority claim in the amount of $200,000 in favor of Myers
Engineering on account of "loans" from 2005-2006.

On Oct. 29, 2014, the Debtor filed an amended Schedule F marking
Myers Engineering Claim No. 1 as "disputed".

The Debtor, Bruce Myers, and Gary Myers are brothers, and Myers
Engineering was founded by their father.  The Debtor and his
brothers were officers and directors of Myers Engineering.  The
Debtor's nephew, Cary Buller, also works for Myers Engineering.

In July 2014, an asset purchase agreement was entered into by Myers
Engineering (as the seller) and Myers Mixers, LLC (as the buyer) to
sell substantially all of Myers Engineering's' assets to Myers
Mixers in exchange for a promissory note ("APA").  The transaction
contemplated in the APA closed on Aug. 1, 2014.  Mr. Buller signed
the APA for Myers Mixers, and G. Myers executed the APA for Myers
Engineering.

On Aug. 1, 2014, a secured promissory note ("Promissory Note") was
executed by Mr. Buller as managing member of Myers Mixers in favor
of Myers Engineering. Pursuant to the Promissory Note, Myers Mixers
promised to pay Myers Engineering $2,216,553 "with the first
payment due in or before Dec. 31 2014 in the amount of $27,469 and
the following eight installments of $67,419 due on or before
December 31st of each following year until July 31, 2023, at which
all unpaid principal and accrued interest will be paid in full."

With respect to the APA, the Debtor contends that:

   a. At the time the APA was executed, Myers Engineering was
valued at $3,200,000 million;

   b. The transfer contemplated by the APA was orchestrated in such
a way to ensure that the business enterprise represented by Myers
Engineering would continue, but without the Debtor as an owner, as
the at the time of the APA, the Debtor was a defendant in multiple
lawsuits;

   c. Mr. Buller, G. Myers, and B. Myers breached their fiduciary
duties to Myers Engineering by approving the APA;

   d. If the Debtor consented to the APA, such consent was not
given voluntarily, but rather was provided under extreme duress
under the familial pressure of his brothers and nephew; and

   e. Myers Mixers in breach of the Promissory Note.

As such, the Debtor believes that the Estate has derivative claims
against G. Myers, B. Myers, Mr. Buller, Myers Engineering, and
Myers Mixers for: (1) avoidance and recovery of a fraudulent
transfer(s); (2) breach of fiduciary duty; (3) breach of contract;
and (4) accounting ("Derivative Claims").

Mr. Buller, G. Myers, B. Myers, Myers Engineering, and Myers Mixers
("Potential Defendants") deny that the validity of the Derivative
Claims. Among their contentions, Myers Engineering contends that
prior to the execution of the APA, it obtained a "business
valuation report" stating that Myers Engineering was valued at
$1,400,000. The Potential Defendants also contend that the Debtor,
as an officer and director of Myers Engineering, approved the
transaction embodied in the APA.

Over the last few months, counsel for the various parties worked to
negotiate settlement embodied in the APA. As an agreement emerged,
it became clear that the parties could not obtain bankruptcy court
approval of the settlement before the statute of limitation set
forth in 11 U.S.C. Section 546(a)(1)(A) expired. The Plaintiff
requested that the Potential Defendants execute a tolling agreement
("Settlement Agreement") pending approval of the settlement.
  
While Myers Engineering, G. Myers, and Mr. Buller agreed to execute
a Settlement Agreement, Myers Mixers refused.  Accordingly, on Aug.
31, 2016, the Debtor filed a motion to extend the 11 U.S.C. Section
546(a)(1)(A) deadline ("546 Motion").  On Sept. 9, 2016, the Court
entered an order granting the 546 Motion, extending the relevant
dates to Dec. 16, 2016 ("546 Order").

Concurrently, in order to further reserve the Estate's rights,
counsel for the Debtor sent a demand letter to Myers Engineering
requesting that Myers Engineering either prosecute or consent to
the prosecution of the Derivative Claims in compliance with
California Corporation Code Section 800(b)(2) ("Demand Letter").
After the submission of the Demand Letter, all of the Potential
Defendants agreed to execute a Settlement Agreement to allow the
Court to approve the Motion.

In his original schedules, the Debtor disclosed that on May 1,
2014, the Debtor gave a gift to his daughter Ms. Angela Sadis a
"$325,000 representing half (community property interest in a note)
of $650,000 note secured by deed of trust on residence (215 45th
Avenue, SW, Seattle, Washington Victoria Myers gifted the remainder
of the deed of trust."  As the Debtor is a fiduciary of the Estate,
he was obligated to recover the transfer, and on Feb. 29, 2016, the
Debtor commenced adversary proceeding Case No. 6:16-ap-01043-MJ
seeking recovery of the transfer ("Sadis Complaint").  The Estate's
potential recovery in the Sadis Complaint is limited, thus, the
Settlement Agreement also resolves the Estate's interest in the
Sadis Complaint.

The Settlement Agreement provides in pertinent part:

   a. Myers Engineering will purchase the Estate's interest, if
any, in the Estate Stock Interests for $700,000 ("Purchase Funds").
Seven days prior to the instant hearing on the Motion, will
deliver to their counsel of records client trust account the
Purchased Funds. Counsel for Myers Engineering will hold the
purchased funds in trust, and will disburse the Purchase Funds to
Debtor's debtor-in-possession bank account within 1 day of the
entry of an order of the Court approving the Motion;

   b. Within 72 hours of receipt of the Purchase Funds, counsel for
Myers Engineering, Mr. Hugh T. Verano, Jr., will submit a
declaration with the Court confirming receipt of the Purchase
Funds, along with documentary evidence of the deposit of the
Purchase Funds;

   c. The Estate's Stock Interest is being purchased "as is"
without warranties of any kind, expressed or implied;

   d. The sale of the Estate's Stock Interest is subject to
overbid;

   e. Contingent upon the Court entering an order approving the
Motion and the Agreement, Myers Engineering expressly waives and
relinquish all rights, if any, they may have to a distribution from
the Estate on account of either Myers Engineering Claims No. 1 & 2.
Such waiver remains in force, if at any time, the instant Estate is
converted to a Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding;

   f. The Debtor, on behalf of the Estate, expressly waives an
relinquishes all rights and claims the Estate may have, if any, on
account of the Debtor's Note;

   g. If Mr. Buller, G. Myers, and B. Myers are the successful
bidder at the auction, then the sale of the Estate's Stock Interest
will occur any time after 15 days of the entry of the Approval
Order, before such time, the successful bidder will prepare and
deliver to the Debtor an assignment of stock certificates;

   h. Within 30 days of the entry of an order by thw Court
approving the Motion, the Debtor will dismiss the Sadis Complaint
with prejudice;

   i. The parties agreed to mutual releases; and

   j. In order to restore some semblance of familial harmony, the
parties agreed to non-disparagement and non-dissemination clauses.

A copy of the Settlement Agreement attached to the Motion is
available for free at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/Phillip_Myers_366_Sales.pdf

Given the facts and the history of this case, the Debtor submits
that the Agreement was a proper exercise of his business judgment
and should be approved by the Court.

The Estate's Stock Interest will be sold subject to overbid at an
open auction ("Auction") to be conducted by the Debtor, before the
Court, at the time that the Motion is heard.

The Debtor proposes these overbid procedures, which will govern any
bidding:

   a. Any person or entity that is interest in purchased the
Estate's Stock Interest ("Bidders") must serve the Debtor and his
counsel with an initial bid ("Overbid"), to be received by Debtor
and his counsel no later than Oct. 21, 2016, at 5:00 p.m.

   b. Any entity that submits a timely conforming Overbid will be
deemed a "Qualified Bidder" and may bid for the Estate's Stock
Interest at the hearing.

   c. The Debtor, subject to the rights of a Bidder or party in
interest to raise an issue with the Court, will have sole authority
to determine whether a party is a Qualified Bidder.

   d. Any Overbid must remain open until the conclusion of the
Auction of the property to be held at the hearing on the Motion.

   e. Any Overbid must provide for a minimum total consideration of
$1,070,000.

   f. Any Overbid must be for the Estate's Stock Interest, and the
Estate's Stock Interest only, "as is, where is," and "with all
faults," and will not contain any financing, due diligence, or any
contingency fee, termination fee, or any similar fee or expense
reimbursement.

   g. Any Overbid must be accompanied by a deposit of $25,000 in
certified funds, which funds will be nonrefundable if the bid is
determined by the Court to be the highest and best bid for the
Property ("Best Bid") and proof satisfactory to the Debtor and the
Court that such bidder has sufficient funds to complete the sale.

   h. Any Overbid must be made by a person or entity who has
completed its due diligence review of the Estate's Stock Interest
and is satisfies with the results thereof.

   i. If the Debtor receives a timely, conforming Overbid for the
Estate's Stock Interest, the Court will conduct an auction of at
the hearing, in which all Qualified Bidders may participate. The
Auction will be governed by the following procedures: (a) all
Qualified Bidders shall be deemed to have consented to the core
jurisdiction of the Bankruptcy Court and to have waived any right
to jury trial in connection with any disputes relating to the
Auction or the sale of the Estate's Stock Interest; (b) the minimum
bidding increment during the Auction will be $5,000; (c) bidding
will commence at $5,000 over the highest Overbid; and (d) the Court
will determine which of the bids is the best bid ("Successful
Bidder").

   j. The Successful Bidder must pay at the closing all amounts
reflected in the Best Bid in cash and such other consideration as
agreed upon.

The facts surrounding the sale of the Estate's Stock Interest to
the purchasers support the Debtor's sound business decision to sell
and confirm that the proposed sale is in the best interest of the
Estate and its creditors. The only way for Debtor to benefit
monetarily from the Derivative Claims would be through a
distribution declared by the Myers Engineering's board of
directors, which the Debtor believes is unlikely.

Although valuable, prosecuting the Derivative Claims would result
in significant administrative expenses to the Estate, without the
guarantee of any recovery. The Settlement Agreement guarantees that
the Estate receives significant value for its interest in Myers
Engineering. Absent the settlement and sale embodied in the
Agreement, the Estate may not be able to monetize its interest in
Myers Engineering. Accordingly, the Debtor has properly exercised
his business judgment in negotiating and entering into the
Settlement Agreement.

The Debtor requests that the Court order that the sale may be
effectuated immediately upon entry of the Order approving the
Motion and authorizing the sale of the Assets.

The Purchaser is represented by:

          Hugh T. Verano, Jr., Esq.
          VERANO 7 VERANO APLC
          30900 Rancho Viejo Rd., Suite 145
          San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
          Telephone: 949-373-9490
          E-mail: hverano@verano-verano.com

Counsel for Debtor:

          Matthew W. Grimshaw, Esq.
          Richard A. Marshak, Esq.
          David A. Wood, Esq.
          MARSHACK HAYS LLP
          870 Roosevelt
          Irvine, CA 92620
          Telephone: (949) 333-7777
          Facsimile: (949) 333-7778
          E-mail: rmarshack@marshackhays.com
                  mgrimshaw@marshackhays.com
                  dwood@marshackhays.com

                  - and -

          Bert Briones, Esq.
          RED HILL LAW GROUP
          38 Corporate Park, Suite 31
          Irvine, CA 92606
          Telephone: 714-733-4455
          Facsimile: 714-464-4627

Phillip Carver Myers sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. C.D. Cal.
Case No. 14-21429) on Sept. 10, 2014.


PINNACLE INNOVATION: Plan Outline to Be Heard on Nov. 8
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California
will convene a hearing on Nov. 8, 2016, at 1:00 p.m. in Riverside,
California, to consider the adequacy of the Disclosure Statement in
support of the Plan of Reorganization proposed by Pinnacle
Innovation, Inc.

Any party-in-interest wishing to obtain a copy of the Disclosure
Statement and the Plan should submit a written request to the
Debtor's counsel:

         Todd L. Turoci, Esq.
         The Turoci Firm
         3845 Tenth Street
         Riverside, CA 925501
         Tel: (888) 332-8362
         E-mail: mail@theturocifirm.com

Pinnacle Innvoation, Inc., filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. C.D.
Cal. Case No. 16-10735) on Jan. 29, 2016.  The petition was signed
by Jose Marroquin, president.  The Debtor is represented by Todd L.
Turoci, Esq., at The Turoci Firm.  The Debtor estimated assets at
$100,001 to $500,000 and debt of $500,001 to $1 million at the time
of the filing.


PRICEVILLE PARTNERS: Ch. 11 Plan Proposes to Liquidate All Assets
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Priceville Partners, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Northern District of Alabama a disclosure statement for the
Debtor's Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.

The Debtor estimates that the total amount of Class 2 General
Unsecured Claims is approximately $5,962,736.82, which amount may
be increased or decreased based upon claim contests or failure to
file a proof of claim.

Under the Plan, each Class 2 holder will be paid pro rata from the
available funds after all allowed administrative expense claims and
allowed Class 1 claims receive the treatment they are entitled
under the Plan, to the extent funds are available and until the
claims are paid in full, after the later of (i) the initial
distribution date; or (ii) if an objection is pending at the time,
no later than 15 business days after the claim becomes allowed.
The initial distribution date will be at the discretion of the
Debtor in the event the deadline to sell receivables has not
expired, but at the discretion of the plan trustee after the turn
over date.  It will be soon as reasonably practicable after taking
into account the status of objections to claims, the amount of
disputed claims, the amount of available funds, and the costs of
making the distribution.  An initial distribution will be from all
net available funds (after payment of allowed claims and other
administrative expenses and claims) but with a reserve of $10,000
if available; subsequent distributions will be from the recovery of
additional proceeds (the surrender or repossession of vehicles sold
by auction, or the like) and after recovery of causes of action
against third parties.  Subsequent distributions may be multiple in
nature until all assets have been distributed.

Class 2 claims are impaired under the Plan.  

Substantially all of the Debtor's assets will be liquidated during
the course of the Debtor's Plan.  The Plan proposed two Phases
which initially would allow the Debtor to complete the sale of its
accounts and notes receivable and, thereafter, to transfer all
assets into a liquidating trust, with appointment of a plan trustee
approved by the Court.  In the event that the accounts and notes
receivable are not sold within a designated period of time, then
those assets, too, would be transferred to the Liquidating Trust.
There should be no asset left in the Debtor's estate remaining
after the turn over date, as the Liquidating Trust, through its
Plan Trustee, should cause the completion of liquidation of the
assets and conversion of the assets to cash,
investigation/initiation and completion of litigation converting
the claims or causes of action to cash, and the distribution of the
net proceeds realized therefrom by the Plan Trustee to the
creditors holding allowed claims in accordance with the priorities
established by the Bankruptcy Code.

The Debtor and Plan Trustee will sell or transfer the assets of the
estate in accordance with the Plan and will distribute the net
proceeds as follows: (a) first to pay the reasonable costs and
expenses of the Debtor and Plan Trustee and his professionals
(including professional fees, including all claims of approved
counsel) incurred in administering, deriving, maintaining, and
preserving the net funds and making the distributions, and the sale
or auction of the assets of the estate (to the extent not otherwise
paid pursuant to the Plan); (b) brokerage or similar fees
associated with the sale of the accounts and notes receivable; (c)
legal and other professional fees incurred during the
investigation/initiation and prosecution of the several causes
of action (to include costs associated with the actions); (d) pay
allowed claims to the extent and in priority established by the
Bankruptcy Code.  The Plan Trustee may distribute funds to allowed
claims in multiple distributions, with the initial distribution
date following a reasonable period of time after transfer of assets
to the Liquidating Trust in completion of the liquidation of the
notes and accounts receivable in similar hard assets.  A second or
additional distribution date would arise upon completion and
collection of litigated or settled claims derived through third
party recoveries, and after payment of allowed fees, claims and
costs associated with the activities.

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/alnb16-80675-225.pdf

                     About Priceville Partners

Decatur, Alabama-based Priceville Partners, LLC, also known as
Performance Auto Sales, is engaged in the sale of automobiles.

Priceville Partners sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. N.D. Ala.
Case No. 16-80675) on March 4, 2016.  The case is assigned to
Judge Clifton R. Jessup Jr.

Lee R. Benton and Samuel C. Stephens, Esq., at Benton & Centeno,
LLP, are the Debtor's bankruptcy attorneys.  Andrew P. Campbell,
Esq., and Todd Campbell, Esq., at the Law Firm Of Campbell Guin,
LLC, have been tapped as special counsel.

The Debtor estimated $500,000 to $1 million in assets and $1
million to $10 million in debt.


PRIME GLOBAL: Terminates Crowe Horwath as Accountants
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Prime Global Capital Group Incorporated was advised that the
Company's independent registered public accounting firm, Crowe
Horwath (HK) CPA Limited, will no longer provide audit and
assurance services to public companies subject to the statutes and
regulations of the United States effective as of Oct. 1, 2016.
Accordingly, the Company, with the approval of its audit committee
and board of directors, terminated the services of CHHK effective
Sept. 30, 2016.

CHHK's reports on the financial statements of the Company for the
fiscal year ended Oct. 31, 2015, did not contain any adverse
opinion or disclaimer of opinion, nor were they qualified or
modified as to uncertainty, audit scope or accounting principles,
except that its report for the fiscal year ended Oct. 31, 2015,
contained an emphasis of matter paragraph regarding the Company's
ability to continue as a going concern.  During the Company's
fiscal year ended Oct. 31, 2015, and through Sept. 30, 2016, there
were no disagreements with CHHK on any matter of accounting
principles or practices, financial statement disclosure, or
auditing scope or procedure which disagreements, if not resolved to
CHHK's satisfaction, would have caused them to make reference to
the subject matter in connection with their report on the Company's
consolidated financial statements for those periods.

                     About Prime Global

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-based Prime Global Capital Group operated in
the following three business segments during fiscal year 2014: (i)
software business (the provision of IT consulting, programming and
website development services); (ii) plantation business (including
oilseeds and castor seeds business); and (iii) its real estate
business.  In the fourth quarter of fiscal 2014, the Company
discontinued its castor seeds business in China, and in December
2014 it discontinued the software business (the provision of IT
consulting, programming and website services) in Malaysia. As a
result, the Company no longer conduct business operations in China
and anticipate winding down or otherwise selling its interests in
the following entities: Power Green Investments Limited; Max Trend
International Limited and Shenzhen Max Trend Green Energy Co Ltd.

Prime Global reported a net loss US$1.59 million for the year ended
Oct. 31, 2015, compared to a net loss of US$1.33 million for the
year ended Oct. 31, 2014.

As of July 31, 2016, the Company had US$48.2 million in total
assets, U$18.3 million in total liabilities and US$29.8 million in
total equity.

Crowe Horwath (HK) CPA Limited, in Hong Kong, China, issued a
"going concern" qualification on the consolidated financial
statements for the year ended Oct. 31, 2015, citing that the
Company has a working capital deficiency, accumulated deficit from
recurring net losses and significant short-term debt obligations
maturing in less than one year as of Oct. 31, 2015.  All these
factors raise substantial doubt about its ability to continue as a
going concern.


PROGRESSIVE ACUTE: Equity Investors Seek Ch. 11 Trustee Appointment
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The Unit Holders of Progressive Acute Care, LLC, et al., ask the
United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of
Louisiana to direct the appoint of an independent Chapter 11
Trustee in the Chapter 11 case.

In the Motion to Appoint Trustee, the Equity Investors likewise ask
the Bankruptcy Court to authorize the Trustee to conduct a full
investigation of the financial affairs and disclosures of the
Debtors' management and Business First Bank. The investigation is
required to uncover the proceeds from the causes of action against
the Debtors' management and the Board, and to independently
evaluate the actions of the Debtor and its management before and
during the bankruptcy proceeding.

The Debtors and its subsidiaries and affiliates undertook a process
to evaluate and acquire the assets of Dauterive Hospital of New
Iberia, LA, from Hospital Corporation of America, a large national
publicly traded for-profit health care company. The acquisition
went unsuccessful that led to the Debtors' filing of the bankruptcy
case.

The Equity Investors assert that the appointment of a Chapter 11
Trustee is appropriate because of the misrepresentation and overly
optimistic projections of the financial condition of the management
of the Debtors, duress and/or undue pressure used by the Debtors'
management and the board to force the equity unit owners to vote in
favor of the bankruptcy proceeding, the failure of the board or
management to pursue causes of action and collection of the
guaranties against the management of the Debtor, and the conflicts
of interest of the the Debtors' management has as a result of the
guaranties.

Therefore, the Equity Investors ask the Court to appoint a trustee
to oversee all aspects of the case, including the discretion to (i)
undertake any and all necessary forensic civil and criminal
investigations of the Debtors inside the management and the
Business First Bank activities contributing to the downfall of the
Debtors and the destruction of the value of the Equity Investors'
interests, (ii) liquidate and distribute the Debtors estate assets
and (iii) vigorously pursue any and all causes of action against
the Business First Bank and the Debtors' management and Board.

The Equity Investors are represented by:

           Tom St. Germain
           TOM ST. GERMAIN
           1414 NE Evangeline Thrwy
           Lafayette, LA 70501
           Tel: 235-4001
           Fax: 235-4020

            About Progressive Acute Care

Progressive Acute Care, LLC, Progressive Acute Care Avoyelles, LLC,
Progressive Acute Care Oakdale, LLC, and Progressive Acute Care
Winn, LLC filed chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. W.D. La. Case Nos.
16-50740, 16-80584, 16-50742, and 16-50743, respectively) on May
31, 2016.  The petitions were signed by Daniel Rissing, CEO.

The Debtors are represented by Barbara B. Parsons, Esq., Catherine
Noel Steffes, Esq., William E. Steffes, Esq., at Steffes, Vingiello
& McKenzie, LLC.  The case is assigned to Judge Robert Summerhays.
The Debtors retained Solic Capital Advisors, LLC as their Financial
Advisor.

The Debtors estimated assets and debts at $10 million to $50
million at the time of the filing.


QF LIQUIDATION: Employs Brown Wegner as Litigation Counsel
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QF Liquidation, Inc., seeks authorization from the United States
Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California to employ
Brown Wegner McNamara LLP as litigation counsel, nunc pro tunc to
July 28, 2016.

The Debtor requires Brown Wegner to:

     (a) litigate the objection filed by Agility Fuel Systems,
Inc., to the assumption and assignment of a contract between
Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Inc., and Agility;

     (b) litigate Agility's appeal of the order on the Agility
objection; and,

     (c) take steps it deems advisable as part of the
representation, including investigating the matter, filing court
papers, appearing in court, and negotiating on Client's behalf.

Brown Wegner professionals will be paid at these hourly rates:

         William J. Brown, Jr.       $490
         Matthew K. Wegner           $490
         Stephen M. McNamara         $490
         Lily Li                     $365
         Mae Galvez                  $185

Brown Wegner will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred.

Brown Wegner has received no other payments or compensation from
Debtor or any party on behalf of Debtor at any time, including in
the 90 days prior to the Petition Date.

Nishant Machado, Chief Restructuring Officer of the Debtor, assured
the Court that the firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is
defined in Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not
represent any interest adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Brown Wegner can be reached at:

         William J. Brown, Jr., Esq.
         BROWN WEGNER MCNAMARA LLP
         2603 Main St Ste 1050
         Irvine, CA 92614
         Tel.: (949) 705-0080
         Fax: (949) 794-4099

             About Quantum Fuel

Lake Forest, California-based Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies
Worldwide, Inc., is an innovator, developer and producer of
compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel storage tanks and packaged fuel
storage systems for heavy-, medium-, and light-duty trucks and
passenger vehicles. The Company also produces integrated vehicle
system technologies, including engine and vehicle control systems
and drivetrains. It supplies its tanks and systems to truck and
automotive original equipment manufacturers and aftermarket and OEM
truck integrators worldwide.

Quantum Fuel filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr. C.D.
Cal. Case No. 16-11202) on March 22, 2016. The petition was signed
by Brian W. Olson as chief executive officer. The Debtor listed
total assets of $23.10 million and total debts of $21.7 million.
Foley & Lardner LLP serves as counsel to the Debtor. Judge Mark S
Wallace is assigned to the case.


REXFORD PROPERTIES: USF&G Seeks Appointment of Ch. 11 Examiner
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Creditor United States Fidelity & Guaranty Company asks the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California to appoint
a Chapter 11 Examiner in the Chapter 11 case filed by the Debtor,
Rexford Properties LLC.

The Examiner will investigate and pursue potential fraudulent
transfers between the Debtor and its members and the avoidance
claims against the insider Creditors.  In the alternative, USF&G
seeks authority to investigate and pursue avoidance claims against
the Debtor's members and insiders and grant USF&G any further
relief the Court deems appropriate.

USF&G believes that the motion to appoint a Chapter 11 Examiner is
necessary because the Debtor is evading the pursuit or even the
evaluation of the transfers. The Debtor's managing member, Lisa
Ehrlich, has already testified under oath that the transfers to the
Debtor's members were in the form of cash distributions and further
testified that the Debtor lacked sufficient funds during the period
to pay any of its seven figure obligations to insiders or related
parties, the creditor tells the Court.

The creditor asserts that the Court has held that the benefit of
appointing an independent examiner is that he or she will act as an
objective, non-adversarial party who will review pertinent
transactions and documents, thus allowing the parties to make an
informed determination as to their substantive rights.
Alternatively, should the Court determine appointment of an
examiner is not in the best interest of creditors and that the
qualifying debt threshold has not been met, USF&G requests the
Court authorize it, on behalf of the estate, to continue its
investigation and, if as it appears appropriate, pursue claims
against the Debtor's members on behalf of the estate and its
creditors.

The Creditor is represented by:

     Susan C. Stevenson, Esq.
     PYLE SIMS DUNCAN & STEVENSON APC
     401 B St #1500
     San Diego, CA 92101
     
       About Rexford Properties

Rexford Properties LLC is a California limited liability company
that owns the Island Waterpark in Fresno, California. The Waterpark
is a family friendly water-themed amusement park featuring a
variety of rides and attractions including a wave park, a lazy
river, a three story water slide, and other attractions for both
children and adults. The Waterpark is located on a plot of land off
Highway 99 and Shaw Avenue in Fresno. Rexford owns the underlying
land and the improvements and other assets of the Waterpark, and
utilizes the assistance of third party manager/independent
contractor to operate the Waterpark.

Rexford Properties LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection (Bank. C.D.
Cal. Case No. 15-12116) on June 16, 2015. The petition was signed
by Lisa Ehrlich, managing member. Bankruptcy Judge Martin R. Barash
presides over the case.

The Debtor disclosed total assets of $1,107,620 plus an unknown
amount and total liabilities of $12,883,441.

Prepetition, the Debtor obtained a series of loans from companies
related to the Ehrlich family to construct the Waterpark, but all
were unsecured. The only secured loan that the Debtor has is the
postpetition debtor-in-possession loan approved by the Court in an
order entered Dec. 31, 2015. The lender under the DIP Loan is The
1979 Ehrlich Investment Trust, and the total maximum principal
balance of the DIP Loan is $2 million.

Michael M. Lauter, Esq., at Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP,
represents the Debtor in its restructuring effort.


REYNOLDS GROUP: Moody's Retains B3 CFR on Term Loan Upsize
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Moody's Investors Service said Reynolds Group Holdings Limited
announced that it is seeking to upsize its senior secured term loan
by $850 million to $1.35 billion.  The upsized term loan has no
immediate impact on the company's B3 corporate family rating, B3-PD
Probability of Default rating and other instrument ratings as well
as the positive outlook.


RIDGEMOUR MEYER: Goetz Fitzpatrick's Bid for Claim Payment Denied
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Judge Stuary M. Bernstein of the United States Bankruptcy Court for
the Southern District of New York denied Goetz Fitzpatrick LLP's
motion seeking payment of its claim against Ridgemour Meyer
Properties, LLC.

Goetz Fitzpatrick represented the Debtor and others pre-petition.
It filed a proof of claim, originally in the amount of $350,555.49,
and subsequently capped, by agreement, in the amount of $310,104.21
for services rendered.  The proponents of the debtor's fourth
amended plan of reorganization objected to the claim and, along
with the debtor, also sued Goetz Fitzpatrick in state court for
professional malpractice.  Following dismissal of the state court
malpractice lawsuit, Goetz Fitzpatrick filed a motion seeking to
reopen the chapter 11 case and to direct the debtor to pay the
claim.

The debtor contended that the dismissal of the state court action
mandates disallowance while Goetz Fitzpatrick maintains that it
requires immediate payment.  Judge Bernstein concluded that res
judicata does not bar or resolve the objection to the
reasonableness of Goetz Fitzpatrick's fees under 11 U.S.C. section
502(b)(4).  Accordingly, the judge denied the portion of the motion
seeking a direction to pay the claim as a matter of law as further
proceedings are necessary to determine the question of
reasonableness.

A full-text copy of Judge Bernstein's September 27, 2016 memorandum
decision and order is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/nysb08-13153-310.pdf

Goetz Fitzpatrick LLP is represented by:

          Gary M. Kushner, Esq.
          Scott D. Simon, Esq.
          GOETZ FITZPATRICK LLP
          One Penn Plaza, 31st Floor
          New York, NY 10119

Ridgemour Meter Properties, LLC c/k/a Metropolitan Plaza WP, LLC is
represented by:

          Joseph T. Adragna, Esq.
          58 East Main Street
          Huntington, NY 11743

                    About Ridgemour Meyer Properties, LLC

Headquartered in New York, Ridgemour Meyer Properties, LLC is a
real estate developer.  The company filed for Chapter 11
protection from its creditors on Aug. 11, 2008 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y.
Case No.08-13153).  Marc Stuart Goldberg, Esq., at M. Stuart
Goldberg, LLC, represents the Debtor.  When the Debtor filed
protection from its creditors, it listed both assets and debts
between $10 million and $50 million.


RODERICK BARTON: Unsecureds to Receive 5% Within 60 Days
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Roderick R. Barton filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Massachusetts a Disclosure Statement in conjunction
with his Plan of Reorganization, providing for the distribution of
all funds to the creditors, directly from the Debtor to pay his
secured debt, priority and administrative debt, and general
unsecured debt.

The Debtor has two principal general unsecured claims: first, the
Debtor has the claim of Columbia Gas Company, which, if the
execution is properly deducted from it may approach $70,000 -- Bay
State Gas Company has an execution for $20,817, Bay State Gas
Company is now under the name Columbia Gas Company; and second, the
Debtor has a proof of claim filed by Western Massachusetts Electric
for $21,168.

In addition, the Debtor has another seven creditors whose claims
total about $5,000 between proofs of claims filed and claims listed
as undisputed, liquidated, and noncontingent in his schedules.

Class Ten consists of all general unsecured claims that are $1,000
or less, the holder of such claim agrees to reduce the claim to
$1,000, and these claims shall be paid 25% of their allowed claims
within 60 days of confirmation of the Plan.

Class Eleven consists of all general unsecured claims that are more
than $1,000. Holders of these claims shall be paid 5% of their
allowed claims within 60 days of the Plan’s confirmation, and
then 7% per year, on the anniversary of the 5% payment, for ten
years, for a total of 75%.

Upon commencement of his Chapter 11 Case, the Debtor owned thirteen
(13) rental properties. The Debtor has operated relatively on an
even cash flow basis until the NEFC Agreement was reached between
the Debtor and New England Farm Council.  In March, 2016, the NEFC
had a final financing closing, and released approximately $30,000,
and began providing tenants to the Debtor.

With the NEFC in force, the Debtor will receive an additional
$10,000 in monthly rents, although there will be some additional
expenses, the additional income will more than offset these
expenses, and the Debtor expects a net cash inflow of at least
$3,000 per month after payment of mortgages under Plan, but before
other payments. Thus, the Debtor believes that he has sufficient
income and capital to make all payments under the plan.

A full-text copy of the Amended Disclosure Statement dated
September 14, 2016 is available at https://is.gd/sqexWo

           About Roderick R. Barton

Roderick R. Barton filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Mass.
Case No. 15-30263), on March 29, 2015.  Judge Frank J. Bailey
presides over the case. The Debtor is represented by Louis S.
Robin, Esq. at the Law Offices of Louis S. Robin, 1200 Converse
Street, Longmeadow, MA.


RONALD ZIMMER: Files Further Disclosure on Peritus' Secured Claim
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Ronald and Kathleen Zimmer have filed court papers with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas, which contain
additional information about the treatment of Class 6 secured claim
of Peritus Portfolio Services II, LLLC.

The Debtors disclosed that insurance will pay the value of the
collateral securing the property.  To the extent there are excess
proceeds, the proceeds will be remitted to the Debtors.  

To the extent there is a balance, Peritus will become a Class 7
creditor and will receive similar treatment.  The secured creditor
must file an amended proof of claim prior to the effective date of
the Debtors' Chapter 11 plan of reorganization or shall be deemed
paid in full under the plan.

The Debtors expressed confidence that the plan, which proposes to
pay unsecured claims from their disposable income, is feasible
based on the projected cash flows.

A copy of the court document is available for free at  
https://is.gd/Cmmghm

                        About The Zimmers

Ronald and Kathleen Zimmer initially filed for Chapter 13
bankruptcy protection (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case No. 14-30783) in 2014.
The case was converted to a Chapter 11 case on June 12, 2015.


ROSEWOOD OAKS: Voluntary Chapter 11 Case Summary
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Debtor: Rosewood Oaks, LLC
        9001 Wildwater Way
        Round Rock, TX 78681

Case No.: 16-11141

Nature of Business: Single Asset Real Estate

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 30, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Western District of Texas (Austin)

Judge: Hon. Tony M. Davis

Debtor's Counsel: Frederick E. Walker, Esq.
                  FRED E. WALKER, P.C.
                  609 Castle Ridge Road, Suite 220
                  Austin, TX 78746
                  Tel: (512) 330-9977
                  Fax: (512) 330-1686
                  E-mail: fredwalkerlaw@yahoo.com
                         fred@fredwalkerlaw.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Avis Wallace, manager.

The Debtor did not include a list of its largest unsecured
creditors when it filed the petition.

A full-text copy of the petition is available for free at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/txwb16-11141.pdf


RYAN ROTH: Unsecureds To Get $1,000 for 40 Months
-------------------------------------------------
Ryan M. Roth and Stephanie S. Roth filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Western District of Wisconsin an amended disclosure
statement dated Sept. 13, 2016, describing the Debtors' plan of
reorganization.

The Debtors first filed a disclosure statement on July 29, 2016.

Under the Plan, Class 5 General Unsecured Claims are impaired.
Undisputed, non-priority unsecured claims, are in the approximate
amount of $35,350.  Claimants under this class will be paid with
interest at the rate of 3.25% amortized over approximately 40
months resulting in the claimants sharing pro rata in monthly
distributions of $1,000 starting on or before April 1, 2017.

The Debtors will retain all property of the estate, and no transfer
of estate property is anticipated at this time.  The Debtors will
have the right to sell or transfer any of their property, with the
proceeds to be distributed to lien holders according to their
priorities.

The Debtors will fund the plan with their regular income, which
will include milk sales, sales of male goats, corn sales, and any
employment outside of the farm by joint debtor Stephanie Roth as a
teacher.

The Amended Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/wiwb16-12094-74.pdf

Ryan M. Roth and Stephanie S. Roth filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection (Bankr. W.D. Wis. Case No. 16-12094) on June 10, 2016.
Ryan Anthony Blay, Esq., at Krekeler Strother, S.C., serves as the
Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.


S&S SCREW: Regions Bank Wants to Prohibit Cash Collateral Use
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Regions Bank asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District
of Tennessee to prohibit S&S Screw Machine Company, LLC from using
cash collateral.

Regions Bank alleges that the Debtor is indebted to it in the total
principal amount of $3,355,587.63, plus interest, attorneys' fees
and expenses, pursuant to five Promissory Notes.  Regions Bank
further alleges that it has a security interest in all of the
Debtor’s Accounts, Bank Accounts, Inventory, Equipment, Fixtures
and General Intangibles, and all accessions, attachments,
replacements, additions thereto and proceeds therefrom.

Regions Bank tells the Court that the Debtor is significantly in
arrears in making payments on the Notes and that the Debtor is
significantly in arrears on all of its other obligations, including
taxes.  Regions Bank further tells the Court that it objects to any
use of the cash collateral by the Debtor without the Court granting
Regions Bank a first priority replacement lien upon all assets of
the Debtor, including, but not limited to the Collateral and all
other personal property of the Debtor, and any proceeds therefrom.

Regions Bank contends that the Debtor has used and continues to use
the Collateral in the Debtor's business and has continued to reduce
the value of the Collateral which is subject to Regions Bank's
security interest.

A full-text copy of Regions Bank's Motion, dated September 28,
2016, is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/S&SScrewMachineCompanyLLC2016_216bk06829_30.pdf

Regions Bank is represented by:

          Walter N. Winchester, Esq.
          WINCHESTER, SELLERS, FOSTER & STEELE, P.C.
          Suite 1000, First Tennessee Plaza
          800 South Gay Street
          Knoxville, TN 37929
          Telephone: (865) 637-1980
          Email: wwinchester@wsfs-law.com      
        
             About S&S Screw Machine Company, LLC.

S&S Screw Machine Company, LLC dba S&S - Precision filed a chapter
11 petition (Bankr. M.D. Tenn. Case No. 16-06829) on September 24,
2016.  The petition was signed by Lawrence J. Battle, authorized
member.  The Debtor is represented by Phillip G. Young, Jr., Esq.,
at Thompson Burton PLLC.  The case is assigned to Judge Randal S.
Mashburn.  The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at $1
million to $10 million at the time of the filing.



S-METALS FL: Unsecured Will Receive Distribution of 7.7% in Plan
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S-Metals FL, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Florida a disclosure statement in relation to
its plan of reorganization under chapter 11.

The Debtor proposes to pay $100 per month month to allowed claims
under Class 4 General Unsecured Claims within 60 months on a
quarterly distributions, so that they will be receiving 7.7% on
their allowed claims. The Debtor believes that the total allowed
claims under Class 4 is $77,000.

Payments and distributions under the Plan will be funded from the
Debtor's rent income from the Debtor's commercial vacant lot at
2306 NW 150 St., Opa Locka Florida 33054 folio 08-2122-025-0111,
value ranging from $20,000 to $50,000 and leased at $1,000 month to
business next door and the Debtor is attempting to get a rent
increase.

A full-text copy of the Disclosure Statement dated September 14,
2016 is available at https://is.gd/yIDmGD

       About S-Metals FL

S-Metals FL, LLC, filed for Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. S.D. Fla.
Case No. 16-17050) on May 17, 2016.  The petition was signed by
Shimon Segelman, manager.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets of less than
$50,000 and debts of less than $1 million.

Joel M. Aresty, Esq., at Joel M. Aresty P.A. serves as the Debtor's
bankruptcy counsel.


SAEXPLORATION HOLDINGS: Grants 622,954 Options & Units to Execs.
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As previously reported, SAExploration Holdings, Inc., established a
long-term incentive equity plan for employees entitled the
SAExploration Holdings, Inc. 2016 Long-Term Incentive Plan.

Effective Sept. 26, 2016, awards of stock options and stock units
were made under the 2016 Plan to the Company's named executive
officers as follows:

                                                      Total No. of
                       Number of Stock   Number of    Stock
Options
  Name & Position          Options      Stock Units     & Units
  ---------------      ---------------  -----------  
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Jeff Hastings              88,252         88,252        176,504
Chief Executive
Officer and Chairman
of the Board

Brian Beatty               88,252         88,252        176,504
Chief Operating Officer

Brent Whiteley             70,082         70,082        140,164
Chief Financial Officer,
General Counsel and
Secretary

All Current Executive     311,477        311,477        622,954
Officers as a Group

The MIP Awards vest: (a) one-third on the earliest to occur of (1)
the date on which the Company receives Oil and Gas Production Tax
Credit Certificates assigned to the Company by Alaska Seismic
Ventures, LLC and issued by the Tax Division of the State of Alaska
that, together with all such certificates received by the Company
after July 27, 2016, have an aggregate face amount of $25 million
or more, or (2) the first anniversary of the Restructuring Date;
and (b) one-third each on the second and third anniversaries of the
Restructuring Date.  The stock options included in the MIP Awards
are non-qualified stock options having an exercise price of $10.19
each, which is the volume-weighted average price per common share
for the 30-day period ending on the Grant Date, and they expire
upon the earlier of termination of the officer's employment or ten
years after the Grant Date.

               About SAExploration Holdings, Inc.

SAExploration Holdings, Inc., and its subsidiaries are
internationally-focused oilfield services company offering a full
range of vertically-integrated seismic data acquisition and
logistical support services in Alaska, Canada, South America, and
Southeast Asia to its customers in the oil and natural gas
industry.  In addition to the acquisition of 2D, 3D, time-lapse 4D
and multi-component seismic data on land, in transition zones
between land and water, and offshore in depths reaching 3,000
meters, the Company offers a full-suite of logistical support and
in-field data processing services.  The Company operates crews
around the world that are supported by over 29,500 owned land and
marine channels of seismic data acquisition equipment and other
leased equipment as needed to complete particular projects.

SAExploration reported a net loss attributable to the Corporation
of $9.87 million in 2015 following a net loss attributable to the
Corporation of $41.8 million in 2014.

As of June 30, 2016, SAExploration had $207 million in total
assets, $221 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $13.9 million.

                        *     *     *

In June 2017, S&P Global Ratings lowered its corporate credit
rating on SAExploration Holdings to 'CC' from 'CCC-'.  The outlook
remains negative.  The downgrade follows SAExploration's
announcement that it plans to launch an exchange offer to existing
holders of its 10% senior secured notes for shares of common equity
and a new issue of second-lien notes.

In September 2016, Moody's Investors Service withdrew
SAExploration's 'Caa2' Corporate Family Rating and other ratings.


SEANERGY MARITIME: Inks Pact to Acquire 2 Dry Bulk Vessels
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Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corp. has entered into agreements with
an unaffiliated third party for the purchase of two secondhand
Capesize vessels, each with a cargo-carrying capacity of
approximately 180,000 deadweight tons.  The vessels were both built
in 2010 at Hyundai Heavy Industries in South Korea.

The vessels are expected to be delivered between mid-November 2016
and early January 2017, subject to the satisfaction of certain
customary closing conditions.  The Company expects to fund the
gross purchase price of $20.75 million per vessel by secured loans
from financial institutions and financing arrangements with the
Company's sponsor.

                     About Seanergy

Athens, Greece-based Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corp. is an
international company providing worldwide seaborne transportation
of dry bulk commodities.  The Company owns and operates a fleet
of seven dry bulk vessels that consists of three Handysize, two
Supramax and two Panamax vessels.  Its fleet carries a variety of
dry bulk commodities, including coal, iron ore, and grains, as
well as bauxite, phosphate, fertilizer and steel products.

For the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, the Company reported a net loss
of US$8.95 million on US$11.2 million of net vessel revenue
compared to net income of US$80.3 million on US$2.01 million of
net vessel revenue for the year ended Dec. 31, 2014.

As of March 31, 2016, the Company had US$206 million in total
assets, US$185 million in total liabilities, and US$21.09 million
in stockholders' equity.


SEANERGY MARITIME: Reports Second Quarter Financial Results
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Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corp. reported a net loss of US$5.13
million on US$8.16 million of revenues for the three months ended
June 30, 2016, compared to a net loss of US$1.04 million on US$1.75
million of revenues for the three months ended June 30, 2015.

For the six months ended June 30, 2016, the Company reported a net
loss of US$11.85 million on US$15.16 million of revenues compared
to a net loss of US$2.05 million on US$1.75 million of revenues for
the six months ended June 30, 2015.

As of June 30, 2016, the Company had US$204.63 million in total
assets, US$183.73 million in total liabilities and uS$20.90 million
in total stockholders' equity.

Stamatis Tsantanis, the Company's chairman & chief executive
officer, stated: "During the first half of 2016, the dry bulk
market experienced its worst performance of the last 25 years.  The
severe market weakness however, provides unique investment
opportunities to acquire quality tonnage at historically low
prices. Over the past several months we have worked towards our
stated goal of expanding our operating fleet by actively monitoring
the market for vessel acquisition opportunities.  As announced in a
separate press release, we recently reached an agreement to
purchase two 2010-built South Korean Capesize vessels at a price of
$20.75 million each.  The acquisition price compares very favorably
with similar secondhand Capesize vessels, which have averaged
approximately $35 million over the past 5 years.

"Furthermore, we have recently improved our financial position by
completing a registered direct offering in August where we sold
common shares to an unaffiliated institutional investor.  In
addition, we reached a number of agreements with certain of our
lenders to reduce our financial expenses and help us preserve our
cash flow.  It is evident through these transactions and the
commitment shown by our lenders and investors that there is a high
degree of confidence in our business plan.

"Over the first six months of 2016 the financial performance of
Seanergy has been negatively affected by the historic low dry bulk
charter market, especially in the first quarter of the year. Baltic
freight indices show that the average daily rates for Capesize
vessels over the first six months of 2016 fell by 22% when compared
to the same period of 2015.  Against this difficult background, our
six Capesize vessels earned a TCE rate of $4,267 as compared to an
average reading of $3,570 for the Baltic Capesize Index.
Currently, the Capesize market has improved substantially compared
to the levels seen in the first quarter, which we expect to lead to
better financial performance for the rest of the year as our
vessels are expected to operate in a higher charter rates
environment.

"At the same time, the continued rise in China's iron ore imports
and the commitment to capacity expansion shown by major miners in
Australia and Brazil reinforce our positive long term expectations.
We intend to pursue additional acquisition opportunities that we
believe can further enhance value for our shareholders and we
believe that Seanergy is the right platform in the dry bulk listed
space to take advantage of the eventual recovery of the freight
market and asset values."

Second Quarter Developments:

Supplemental Agreement to the UniCredit Bank AG Loan Facility
On June 3, 2016, we entered into a supplemental agreement to our
senior secured loan facility with UniCredit Bank AG, dated
September 11, 2015. Among other things, pursuant to the
supplemental agreement the margin has been split into a cash
portion and a non-cash portion. The non-cash portion of the margin
will be capitalized and repaid in full by June 30, 2017. In
addition, among other things, the application and the effective
date of certain covenants is deferred to earliest June 30, 2017.
Supplemental Letter to the HSH Nordbank AG Loan Facility
On May 16, 2016, we entered into a supplemental letter to our
senior secured loan facility with HSH Nordbank AG, dated September
1, 2015. Among other things, pursuant to the supplemental letter
certain prepayments are deferred to June 30, 2018.
Amendments to the Revolving Convertible Promissory Note to the
Sponsor
On April 21, 2016, May 17, 2016 and June 16, 2016 the Company
entered into a fifth, sixth and seventh amendment, respectively, to
our unsecured revolving convertible promissory note of September 7,
2015. These amendments increased the maximum amount that we are
permitted to borrow under the note to approximately $21.2 million
and further modified the amount by which this amount is reduced on
September 10, 2017, and each year on the anniversary of that date
to $3.1 million. As of today, the Company has drawn down the entire
amount available under the note.

Subsequent Developments:

2016 Annual Meeting of Shareholders

On Sept. 28, 2016, the Company held its 2016 Annual Meeting of
Shareholders, or the Meeting, in Athens, Greece pursuant to a
Notice of Annual Meeting of Shareholders dated Aug. 17, 2016.  At
the Meeting, each of the following proposals, which was set forth
in more detail in the Notice of Annual Meeting of Shareholders and
the Company's Proxy Statement sent to shareholders on or around
August 17, 2016, were approved and adopted: (i) the election of two
Class A Directors, Stamatios Tsantanis and Elias Culucundis, to
serve until the 2019 Annual Meeting of Shareholders and (ii) the
approval of the appointment of Ernst & Young (Hellas) Certified
Auditors - Accountants S.A. to serve as the Company's independent
auditors for the fiscal year ending Dec. 31, 2016.

Acquisition of two 2010 built Capesize Vessels

On Sept. 26, 2016, the Company entered into separate agreements
with an unaffiliated third party for the purchase of two secondhand
Capesize vessels for a gross purchase price of $20.75 million per
vessel.  The vessels are expected to be delivered between
mid-November 2016 and early January 2017, subject to the
satisfaction of certain customary closing conditions.

Completion of Registered Direct Offering

In a direct offering that was completed on Aug. 10, 2016, the
Company sold 1,180,000 shares of common stock to an unaffiliated
institutional investor at a purchase price of $4.15 per share, for
aggregate gross proceeds of $4.9 million.  The net proceeds from
the sale of the securities, after deducting placement agent fees
and related offering expenses, are approximately $4.1 million.  The
net proceeds of this offering are expected to be used for general
corporate purposes.  The securities were offered pursuant to a
shelf registration statement on Form F-3 previously filed and
declared effective by the United States Securities and Exchange
Commission.  A prospectus supplement relating to the offering was
filed by the Company with the SEC on Aug. 9, 2016.

Supplemental Letter to the UniCredit Bank AG Loan Facility

On July 29, 2016, the Company entered into a supplemental letter to
our senior secured loan facility with UniCredit Bank AG, dated
Sept. 11, 2015.  Among other things, pursuant to the supplemental
letter the effective date of a certain covenant is deferred to July
1, 2017.

Supplemental Agreements to the Alpha Bank A.E. Loan Facilities

On July 28, 2016, the Company entered into a second supplemental
agreement related to our senior secured loan facility with Alpha
Bank A.E., dated March 6, 2015.  Among other things, pursuant to
the second supplement agreement the next four repayment
installments were reduced to $100,000 each, amounting to an
aggregate reduction of $600,000 that will be added to the balloon
payment.  In addition, the effective date of certain covenants is
deferred to July 1, 2017.

On July 28, 2016, the Company entered into a supplemental agreement
related to our senior secured loan facility with Alpha Bank A.E.,
dated Nov. 4, 2015.  Among other things, pursuant to the supplement
agreement the effective date of certain covenants is deferred to
July 1, 2017.

A full-text copy of the press release is available for free at:

                  https://is.gd/BZtTgq

                     About Seanergy

Athens, Greece-based Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corp. is an
international company providing worldwide seaborne transportation
of dry bulk commodities.  The Company owns and operates a fleet
of seven dry bulk vessels that consists of three Handysize, two
Supramax and two Panamax vessels.  Its fleet carries a variety of
dry bulk commodities, including coal, iron ore, and grains, as
well as bauxite, phosphate, fertilizer and steel products.

For the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, the Company reported a net loss
of US$8.95 million on US$11.2 million of net vessel revenue
compared to net income of US$80.3 million on US$2.01 million of
net vessel revenue for the year ended Dec. 31, 2014.


SEMGROUP CORP: Moody's Hikes Corp. Family Rating to B1
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Moody's Investors Service concluded its review of SemGroup
Corporation's ratings, following the company's announcement that it
has closed on its acquisition of master limited partnership Rose
Rock Midstream, L.P., upgrading SemGroup's Corporate Family Rating
to B1, the Probability of Default Rating (PDR) to B1-PD, and the
senior unsecured note rating to B2.  The Speculative Grade
Liquidity Rating was affirmed at SGL-3.  The outlook is stable.
Moody's also affirmed the senior unsecured notes rating at Rose
Rock Midstream, L.P. at B2 and withdrew the Rose Rock CFR, PDR, and
SGL.  The equalization of the ratings on the unsecured notes
reflects the organizational restructuring and guarantees that were
put in place at the close of the transaction.

"The acquisition simplifies SemGroup's corporate structure,
improves dividend coverage and should provide greater internal
funding for its significant 2017 capital spending program," said
Moody's Vice President John Thieroff.  "SemGroup's ratings remain
constrained, however, because of the financial distress many of the
company's upstream counterparties are facing in several of its
business segments, which we expect will continue to pressure
earnings through the near term."

Issuer: Rose Rock Midstream, L.P.

Affirmations:
  Senior Unsecured Regular Bond/Debenture, at B2 (LGD5)

Withdrawals:
  Probability of Default Rating, previously rated B1-PD
  Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating, previously rated SGL-3
  Corporate Family Rating, previously rated B1
  Outlook, Changed To No Outlook From Stable

Issuer: SemGroup Corporation

Upgrades:
  Probability of Default Rating, to B1-PD from B2-PD
  Corporate Family Rating, to B1 from B2
  Senior Unsecured Regular Bond/Debenture, to B2 (LGD5) from Caa1
   (LGD5)

Affirmations:
  Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating, SGL-3
  Outlook, Changed To Stable From Rating Under Review

                       RATINGS RATIONALE

SemGroup's B1 CFR reflects the company's limited size and scale
relative to its similarly- and higher-rated peers as well as its
largely debt-funded growth capital spending program through 2017.
The rating also reflects the potential that volumes on some of the
company's natural gas assets could fall further as several of its
upstream counterparties remain distressed and have significantly
reduced their drilling activities.  The rating also takes into
account the increased competition that will pressure both volumes
and rates on the White Cliffs pipeline, a core asset for the
company.  The rating is supported by the high percentage of
fee-based services and fixed-margin transactions, almost 40% of
which are take-or-pay contracts, within strong growth areas that
mitigate commodity price volatility and provide for stable, visible
cash flow growth potential.  The rating also benefits from the
company's diversified operations and asset portfolio across several
key North American oil and gas basins and a simplified
organizational structure and improved distribution coverage
following the acquisition of its MLP Rose Rock Midstream, LP
(unrated).

In an organizational restructuring stemming from the acquisition,
Rose Rock Midstream, L.P., the original obligor of the Rose Rock
notes, was merged into SemGroup Corporation.  SemGroup is now an
obligor of the Rose Rock notes, which are guaranteed by the same
subsidiary guarantors of the SemGroup notes and thus equal in rank
in liquidation preference.

SemGroup's SGL-3 Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating reflects
adequate liquidity through late-2017, supported by its $1 billion
revolving credit facility.  Moody's expects that the company will
rely on its revolving credit facility to fund a significant portion
of its capital spending program in 2017.  The credit facility
expires in March 2021 and is governed by three financial covenants:
leverage of no more than 5.5x, interest coverage of no less than
2.5x, and senior secured leverage of no more than 3.5x. Moody's
expects that the company will remain in compliance with these
covenants through late-2017.  Dividend coverage is expected to
remain strong through 2017 at 1.5x.  The company's next maturity is
in 2021 when its $300 million senior unsecured notes issue is due.

The B2 rating on the senior unsecured notes reflects their
subordinate position relative to the company's secured revolver in
the capital structure.  The notes originally issued by SemGroup and
those originally issued by Rose Rock are guaranteed on a senior
unsecured basis and rank structurally subordinate to SemGroup's $1
billion senior secured revolving credit facility. The potential
priority secured claim of the revolver relative to the notes
results in the unsecured notes being rated one notch beneath the B1
CFR under Moody's Loss Given Default Methodology.

SemGroup's stable outlook reflects Moody's expectation that the
company will complete and integrate its current slate of growth
projects with an emphasis on fee-based and contracted revenues
while maintaining adequate dividend coverage.  Ratings could be
upgraded if EBITDA approaches $400 million and leverage appears
sustainable at 4x. Debt/EBITDA above 5.5x or sustained dividend
coverage below 1.0x would likely lead to a downgrade.

Tulsa, Oklahoma-based SemGroup owns a diverse suite of midstream
assets focused on the gathering, processing, transportation, and
storage of crude oil and natural gas across several major North
American oil and gas basins.  In September 2016, the company
acquired its publicly traded MLP Rose Rock Midstream, L.P.  As of
June 30, 2016, on a consolidated basis, the company had total
assets of $3.1 billion.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Global
Midstream Energy published in December 2010.


SEMGROUP CORP: S&P Affirms 'B+' CCR & Revises Outlook to Stable
---------------------------------------------------------------
S&P Global Ratings said it affirmed its 'B+' corporate credit and
senior unsecured ratings on SemGroup Corp. and revised the outlook
to stable from negative.

At the same time, S&P affirmed the 'B+' corporate credit rating on
master limited partnership Rose Rock Midstream L.P. and revised the
outlook to stable from negative.  Subsequently, S&P withdrew the
corporate credit rating on the partnership at the issuer's request.
S&P also raised the issue-level rating on the partnership's senior
unsecured debt to 'B+' from 'B' and removed the rating from
CreditWatch, where S&P placed it with positive implications on May
31, 2016.  In addition, S&P revised the recovery rating on the debt
to '4' from '5'.  The '4' recovery rating reflects S&P's
expectation of average (30%-50%; lower end of the range) recovery
in the event of default).

"The stable rating outlook reflects our view that the merger with
Rose Rock will provide Semgroup with additional fee-based cash
flows, resulting in adequate liquidity and consolidated adjusted
debt leverage in the 4x to 4.5x range," said S&P Global Ratings
credit analyst Mike Llanos.

S&P could lower the rating if SemGroup's consolidated leverage is
sustained above 5x.  This could occur due to underperformance by a
number of business segments as a result of weaker-than-expected
volumes or if low-rated counterparties are unable to meet their
contractual agreements.

S&P could raise the rating if the company continues to increase its
scale and geographic diversity while maintaining adjusted debt
leverage below 4x and being able to successfully mitigate
counterparty risk.


SFX ENTERTAINMENT: Court Approves Foreign Loan Facility Amendment
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BankruptcyData.com reported that the U.S. Bankruptcy Court issued
an order approving and authorizing the Debtors' entry into an
amendment to its incremental foreign loan facility.  As previously
reported, "In accordance with the Final DIP Order, on May 6, 2016,
June 3, 2016, July 15, 2016, and Aug. 9, 2016, respectively, the
Debtors entered into non-material amendments in order to, among
other things, draw upon the DIP Facility and incur Incremental
Foreign Loans under the Incremental Foreign Loan Facility.  The
Debtors now require incremental liquidity to operate their
businesses, and have requested additional funding through the DIP
Accordion.  Certain of the Tranche B DIP Lenders have agreed to
provide the Debtors with $10.4 million of incremental liquidity
among other things draw upon the DIP Facility and incur Incremental
Foreign Loans under the Incremental Foreign Loan Facility."

                 About SFX Entertainment

SFX Entertainment, Inc., and 43 of its affiliates, a global
producer of live events and digital entertainment content focused
exclusively on the electronic music culture and other world-class
festivals, filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy petitions (Bankr. D. Del.
Case Nos. 16-10238 to 16-10281) on Feb. 1, 2016. The petitions were
signed by Michael Katzenstein as chief restructuring officer.

The Debtors disclosed total assets of $662 million and total debt
of $490 million.

Judge Mary F. Walrath is assigned to the case.

Greenberg Traurig, LLP serves as the Debtors' counsel.  Kurtzman
Carson Consultants LLC acts as the Debtors' claims and noticing
agent.  The Debtor hired FTI Consulting Inc. to provide crisis and
turnaround management services.

An Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors has retained Pachulski
Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP as counsel, and Conway Mackenzie, Inc., as
financial advisor.


SHEPHERD I: Seeks to Employ Butler Law Group as Ch. 11 Counsel
--------------------------------------------------------------
Shepherd I, LLC, seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the District of Maryland to employ The Butler Law Group, PLLC,
as Chapter 11 counsel.

The Debtor requires the firm to:

     (1) represent all aspects of the Debtor's Chapter 11 case
including filing of the required schedules, statements, and
reports, settlement negotiations;

     (2) advice the Debtor concerning administration of the
Estate;

     (3) filer necessary motions;

     (4) bring and defend any contested matters or adversary
Proceedings involving the Debtor in the Court; and,

     (5) confirm the Disclosure Statement and Plan.

Pursuant to a retainer agreement, the proposed Counsel agreed to
represent the Debtor in the bankruptcy matters, as well as other
matters, with an hourly rate of $275.  Moreover, The Butler have
not shared or agreed to share the compensation of the case with any
entity not associated with the firm.   The Butler will also be
reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses incurred.

The Debtor desires to employ The Butler pursuant to the retainer
agreement in the amount of $1,500.00, subject to review and
approval of fees by the Court, to represent Debtor with respect to
the matters of the case.

Craig A. Butler, the Attorney at law and a member in good standing
of the Bar, assured the Court that the firm is a "disinterested
person" as the term is defined in Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy
Code and does not represent any interest adverse to the Debtors and
their estates.

The Butler Law Group, PLLC can be reached at:

     Craig A. Butler, Esq.
     SHEPHERD I, LLC
     1001 G Street, Suite 800
     Washington, DC 20001

Shepherd I, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Md. Case
No. 16-18750) on June 29, 2016, and is represented by: Randy McRae,
Esq.


SNEED SHIPBUILDING: Wants Insurance Premium Financing From IPFS
---------------------------------------------------------------
Sneed Shipbuilding, Inc. asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Texas for authorization to obtain insurance
premium financing from IPFS Corporation.

The Debtor's current insurance policies expire on October 1, 2016.

The Debtor is engaged in the business of building and repairing
inland towboats and barges.  The Debtor relates that in the
ordinary course of its business, the Debtor must maintain various
insurance policies.  The Debtor further relates that the policies
will bear total premiums of $119,615.35, which total sum the Debtor
cannot pay in cash at this time.

The Debtor proposes to make nine monthly payments of $9,624.17 on a
monthly basis beginning on November 1, 2016 with a cash down
payment of $35,884.61.

The Debtor tells the Court that the policies are extremely valuable
policies and it is essential to maintain them in the interest of
the preservation of the property, assets and business of the
Debtor.  The Debtor further tells the Court that the policies
cannot presently be obtained for the Debtor unless the premiums are
financed.

The Debtor contends that IPFS Corporation requires the Debtor to
enter into a Premium Finance Agreement that includes a Security
Agreement which grants IPFS Corporation a secured interest in the
gross unearned premiums which would be payable in the event of
cancellation of the insurance policies and which further authorizes
IPFS Corporation to cancel the financed insurance policies and
obtain the return of any unearned premiums in the event of a
default in the payment of any installment due.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated September 29, 2016,
is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/SneedShipbuilding2016_1660014_197.pdf

A full-text copy of the Premium Finance Agreement, dated September
29, 2016, is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/SneedShipbuilding2016_1660014_197_1.pdf

                About Sneed Shipbuilding, Inc.

Sneed Shipbuilding, Inc., sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D. Tex., Case No. 16-60014) on March 4,
2016. The petition was signed by Clyde E. Sneed, president.

The Debtor is represented by Amber Michelle Chambers, Esq., Eric
Michael VanHorn, Esq., and Nicholas Zugaro, Esq., at McCathern,
PLLC. The case is assigned to Judge David R Jones.

The Debtor estimated assets of $1 million to $10 million and debts
of $10 million to $50 million.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee appointed five creditors of Sneed
Shipbuilding, Inc., to serve on the official committee of unsecured
creditors.  The committee members are: (1) Triple-S Steel Supply
Co.; (2) New Industries, L.L.C.; (3) NC Receivables Corporation;
(4) Contractors Building Supply Co., L.L.C.; and (5) Central Boat
Rentals, Inc.


SON CORP: Seeks to Hire La Mega as Real Estate Broker
-----------------------------------------------------
Son Corporation seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Central District of California to employ La Mega Realty,
Inc., as real estate broker.

The Debtor is in the business of owning and operating a retail
gasoline station and convenience store at the commercial real
property located at 10685 Laurel Canyon Boulevard, in Pacoima,
California.

The Debtor requires La Mega to:

     (a) order, analyze, and prepare all documentation necessary to
list and advertise the Laurel Canyon property for sale;

     (b) list the Laurel Canyon property with the most favorable
listing services available; show the Laurel Canyon property as
necessary and respond to the potential purchasers' inquiries; and
solicit reasonable offers of purchaser;

     (c) convey all reasonable purchase offers to Applicant and
Applicant's counsel, subject to the Applicant's approval, negotiate
and confirm the acceptance of the best offer; and,

     (d) cause to be prepared and submitted to escrow on behalf of
the Applicant any and all documents necessary to consummate a sale
of the Laurel Canyon property.

Pursuant to the Commission Agreement, the compensation payable to
the Applicant is 4% of the transaction price.

La Mega does not have any prepetition claims against the Debtor's
bankruptcy estate.

Raymond H. Aver, the General Insolvency Counsel for the Debtor,
assured the Court that the firm is a "disinterested person" as the
term is defined in Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does
not represent any interest adverse to the Debtors and their
estates.

La Mega can be reached at:

         Sam Hejran
         LA MEGA REALTY, INC.
         270 W. Magna Vista Ave
         Arcadia, CA 91006
         Tel.: 626-372-6866

            About Son Corp.

Son Corp. sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No.
14-11061) on February 28, 2014. Judge Maureen Tighe presides over
the case.

The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities in the range of $1
million to $10 million.

The Debtor tapped Raymond H. Aver, Esq. at Law Offices of Raymond
H. Aver APC as counsel.

The petition was signed by Orlando Armaswalker,
secretary/treasurer.


SOTERA WIRELESS: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
--------------------------------------------------------------
Debtor affiliates filing separate Chapter 11 bankruptcy petitions:

      Debtor                                       Case No.
      ------                                       --------
      Sotera Wireless, Inc.                        16-05968
      10020 Huennekens St.
      San Diego, CA 92121

      Sotera Research, Inc.                        16-05969
      10020 Huennekens St.
      San Diego, CA 92121

Type of Business: Medical Technology

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 30, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Southern District of California (San Diego)

Judge: Hon. Laura S. Taylor

Debtors' Counsel: Victor A. Vilaplana, Esq.
                  FOLEY & LARDNER LLP
                  3579 Valley Centre Drive, Suite 300
                  San Diego, CA 92130
                  Tel: 858-847-6700
                  Fax: 858-792-6773
                  E-mail: vavilaplana@foley.com

                                          Estimated   Estimated
                                           Assets    Liabilities
                                         ----------  -----------
Sotera Wireless                          $10M-$50M    $10M-$50M
Sotera Research                          $1M-$10M     $10M-$50M

The petitions were signed by Thomas Watlington, chief executive
officer.

Sotera Wireless' List of 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors:

   Entity                          Nature of Claim   Claim Amount
   ------                          ---------------   ------------
Cooley LLP                          Legal Services       $725,064
101 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
Accounts Payable
Tel: 415-693-2000

Zhonghuan Hi-Tech Corp.                Inventory         $356,436
2901 Tasman Dr., Suite 107              Supplier
Santa Clara, CA 92054
Tel: 408-799-4091
Email: junguo.huang@gmail.com

Nortech Systems, Inc.                  Inventory         $283,459
NW 7791 PO Box 1450                     Supplier
Minneapolis, MN 55485
Tel: 218-444-0110

Extension LLC                           Software         $181,780
Email: accounting@extension          re-seller fees

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP          Legal services      $126,056
Email: cbilling@gibsondunn.com

Bienert, Miller & Katzman            Legal services      $110,705
Email: cbilling@gibsondunn.com

G&I VIII Sorrento LP                     Rent             $58,859

Novasyte LLC                           Contract           $39,702
                                       Employee
                                       Provider

OSI Optoelectronics, Inc.              Inventory          $38,506
                                       Provider

Integrity Global Services, Inc.        Software           $35,496
                                       Coding
                                       services

Molex                                  Inventory          $34,387
                                       provider

University of Washington               Contract           $33,010
Grant & Contract Accounting            Employee
Email: gcahelp@uw.edu                  provider

TargetCW                               Temporary          $29,509
Email: payments@targetcw.com           Employees

Regain Biotech Corp.                  Distributor         $23,751

Amazon Web Services, Inc.           Cloud Services        $16,879

Acuity Law Group                    Legal services        $15,731
                                       for IP

JOT Automation                       Test Fixture         $14,246

US Micro Products                      Inventory          $11,650
                                       Provider

Custom Converting, Inc.                Inventory          $11,468
                                       Provider

Promenade Software                    Engineering          $9,776
                                       Services


SOTERA WIRELESS: Medical Device Developer Files for Bankruptcy
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With insufficient cash available to continue their business
operations, Sotera Wireless, Inc., and its subsidiary Sotera
Research, Inc., each filed a voluntary petition under Chapter 11 of
the Bankruptcy Code on Sept. 30, 2016.  

Sotera intends to utilize the "breathing spell" afforded by Chapter
11 to continue discussions regarding the possible sale of its
assets.  The filing of the Chapter 11 cases provides Sotera relief
from interest and debt repayments on prepetition loans and will
halt or significantly reduce legal costs.

As disclosed in the bankruptcy filing, Sotera was burdened by
accelerated cash consumption caused by significant and increasing
litigation costs and the on-going principal repayments on
prepetition loan agreements.  Beginning in November 2015, Sotera
was required under a prepetition loan agreement to make monthly
principal repayments of $630,000.

In addition, Sotera had incurred an aggregate of $3 million in
legal costs associated with a civil lawsuit filed by Masimo
Corporation alleging that Sotera, one current employee and one
former employee misappropriated trade secrets.

As of the bankruptcy filing, Sotera had estimated assets and
liabilities in the range of $10 million to $50 million each.

Headquartered in San Diego, California, Sotera is a developer of
vital signs surveillance monitoring technology called ViSi Mobile
System.  ViSi is a wearable, ICU-grade system that continuously
monitors patient vital signs on a continuous basis, including
non-invasive blood pressure readings without the repeated use an
inflation cuff.  The ViSi technology was utilized by 45 hospitals
in Australia, Singapore, Taiwan and Saudi Arabia as of Aug. 25,
2016.

"As with many hi-tech medical devices, the ViSi experienced
technical and performance issues that required Sotera to redirect
resources and resulted in delays of new product features and
enhancements and ultimately in the reduction of revenue," said
Sotera Chief Executive Officer Thomas Watlington, in a declaration
filed with the Court.

Sotera is a party to an amended and restated loan and security
agreement with Silicon Valley Bank and Oxford Finance LLC dated
Sept. 12, 2014, pursuant to which the Prepetition Lenders provided
secured loans to Sotera in the amount of $20 million.  As of the
Petition Date, the principal amount outstanding under the Loan
Documents was just below $13.1 million, as disclosed in Court
papers.

During 2015 and early 2016, Sotera raised a total of $13.6 million
of additional equity capital to fund its commercial expansion.
Sotera said this amount was not sufficient for either its long-term
needs or to obtain refinancing of the Prepetition Loans.

Subsequently, the Company engaged investment bank Piper Jaffray to
attempt to consummate a transaction that would refinance Sotera's
Prepetition Loans or sell its assets.  The efforts of Jaffray
resulted in the submission of two term sheets for the acquisition
of all of Sotera's assets for consideration of up to $30-52
million, depending upon the level of contingent payouts.

Contemporaneously with the petition, Sotera filed a motion seeking
authority to use funds that may constitute "cash collateral" as
defined in the Bankruptcy Code for payment of costs and expenses
incurred in the ordinary course of their business and the
management of their assets in accordance with a budget.

"Without the use of the Cash Collateral, the Debtors will not have
the liquidity to continue to operate their business and
successfully market and sell its assets.  The Debtors urgently need
funds to make payroll, capital expenditures and other expenditures
that are critical to their continued viability and ability to sell
their assets or recapitalize.  In addition, as hospitals and
patient care centers rely on the Debtors' products, if the Debtors
are not permitted to use the Cash Collateral, patient care may be
adversely affected to the harm of patients of the Debtors'
customers who rely on the Debtors' products," said Mr. Watlington.

The Debtors expect that their cash reserves are sufficient to
support approximately 90 days of operations.  According to the
Debtors, maintaining certain minimum levels of their operations are
necessary to provide on-going support and supplies to the current
customer base and ensure that operations of the ViSi in over 45
hospitals are not adversely impacted or interrupted.

ViSi has received eight different FDA approvals since 2011,
received its "CE" mark in 2012, which signifies conformity with
certain European safety standards.

As of the Petition Date, Sotera had 63 full time employees, the
majority of which are located in San Diego.  None of Sotera's
employees are represented by a labor union.

Sotera Research is not an operating entity and does not have any
employees, but holds title to the assets acquired from Reflectance
Medical, Inc. on Feb. 23, 2015.

Foley & Lardner LLP serves as counsel to the Debtors.

The Debtors are seeking joint administration of their Chapter 11
cases under the Lead Case No. 16-05968.

Judge Laura S. Taylor is assigned to the cases.


SPOGAIN INVESTMENTS: Taps Pardo Gainsburg as Real Estate Counsel
----------------------------------------------------------------
Spogain Investments, LLC, and its debtor-affiliate, Ramblewood
Properties, Inc., seek authorization from the United States
Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida to employ
Pardo Gainsburg, PL, as real estate counsel.

The Confirmed Plan Debtors require Pardo Gainsburg to:

     (a) represent the Debtors in the Chapter 11 case;

     (b) provide an appropriate draft for the purchase agreements
and closing documentation necessary to the auction sale of the
Debtors' property;

     (c) act as closing counsel; and,

     (d) perform any other services necessary to assist and advise
the Confirmed Plan Debtors in connection with the sale and transfer
of the Debtors' property.

Jeffrey Pardo, an Attorney at Pardo Gainsburg, PL, assured the
Court that the law firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is
defined in Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not
represent any interest adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Pardo Gainsburg can be reached at:

     Jeffrey Pardo, Esq.
     PARDO GAINSBURG, PL
     200 SE 1st Street, Suite 700
     Miami, FL 33131
     Phone: +1 305-358-1001
     
        About Spogain Investments

Spogain Investments, LLC with its debtor affiliate, Ramblewood
Properties, Inc. filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. S.D. Fla. Case
Nos. 14-23525, 14-23532) on June 12, 2014, and is represented by
Geoffrey S. Aaronson, Esq., in Miami, Florida.

At the time of filing, Spogain Investments, LLC had $1,000,000 to
$10,000,000 in estimated assets and $100,000 to $500,000 in
estimated liabilities, while Ramblewood Properties, Inc. had
$1,000,000 to $10,000,000 in estimated assets and $1,000,000 to
$10,000,000 in estimated liabilities.

The petition was signed by Evan Olster, managing member.

Spogain Investments listed Kane & Co Company, P.A., as its largest
unsecured creditor holding a claim of $4,000 for accounting
services.  A full-text copy of the petition is available for free
at http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb14-23525.pdf

A list of Ramblewood's six largest unsecured creditors is available
for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb14-23532.pdf


SUGARMADE INC: Delays Filing of Fiscal 2016 Form 10-K
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Sugarmade, Inc., was unable to file, without unreasonable effort or
expense, its annual report on Form 10-K for the year ended June 30,
2016, within the prescribed time period.  The Company said
additional time is needed for it to compile and analyze supporting
documentation in order to complete the Form 10-K and in order to
permit the Company's independent registered public accounting firm
to complete its review.

                       About Sugarmade

City of Industry, Calif.-based Sugarmade, Inc., is a publicly
traded company incorporated in the state of Delaware.  The
Company's previous legal name was Diversified Opportunities, Inc.
The Company is principally engaged in the business of selling and
distributing environmentally friendly non-tree-based paper
products.

In its report on the Company's consolidated financial statements
for the year ended June 30, 2015, MJF & Associates, APC, in Los
Angeles Calif., states that the Company has suffered recurring
losses from operations and negative cash flow since inception and
has financed its working capital requirements through issuance of
common stock and convertible notes payable from related and third
parties.

As of March 31, 2016, Sugarmade had $1.32 million in total assets,
$3.98 million in total liabilities and a total stockholders'
deficiency of $2.65 million

Sugarmade reported a net loss of $10.2 million for the year ended
June 30, 2015, compared to a net loss of $756,000 for the year
ended June 30, 2014.


SUNEDISON INC: Says Settlement Talks With Yieldcos Ongoing
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On Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, each of TerraForm Power, Inc. and
TerraForm Global, Inc. (collectively, the "Yieldcos") issued a
press release purportedly describing allegations made by the
Yieldcos in proofs of claims filed by them on Sept. 30 in
SunEdison, Inc.'s and its related affiliates' bankruptcy cases
(collectively, "SunEdison").  While SunEdison disagrees with many
of the statements, claims and allegations made by the Yieldcos in
their press releases, SunEdison confirms that settlement
discussions with the Yieldcos have commenced, and adds that such
settlement discussions relate both to alleged claims asserted by
the Yieldcos against SunEdison, as well as meaningful claims that
the SunEdison estate is reviewing and may assert against the
Yieldcos.  Like any similar situation with any other creditor in
their Chapter 11 cases, SunEdison will actively pursue the
dismissal or settlement of proofs of claims in the bankruptcy cases
-- although no date has been established yet in the bankruptcy
cases for objecting to proofs of claims.  In addition, as the
Yieldcos disclosed in their press releases, SunEdison and the
Yieldcos are engaged in a collaborative sale process to sell either
SunEdison's ownership interests and other rights in the Yieldcos or
the entirety of the equity in the Yieldcos.  Any transaction
resulting from the sale process will require the approval and
consent of SunEdison and approval of the bankruptcy court.
SunEdison will evaluate proposed transactions based on the value
they deliver to SunEdison's bankruptcy estate.  In connection with
the sale process, and as has been disclosed to bidders interested
in participating in the sale process, it is anticipated that there
will ultimately be a resolution of (i) the dispute regarding the
claims alleged by the Yieldcos in their proofs of claims and (ii)
any claims that SunEdison holds against the Yieldcos.

John Dubel, SunEdison's Chief Executive Officer, said, in relation
to the above issues, "Our Chapter 11 process has been long and
complex and we are now at a critical stage as it relates to the
Yieldcos.  We take to heart Jack Stark's comments that a settlement
of disputes between the Yieldcos and SunEdison is overwhelmingly in
the interests of both sides, and we will proceed with our
settlement discussions while at the same time moving forward with
the sale process."

The foregoing reflects SunEdison's position only.  No assurance can
be made as to the outcome of any litigation or settlement
discussions.

                      About SunEdison, Inc.

SunEdison, Inc. (OTC PINK: SUNEQ), is a developer and seller of
photovoltaic energy solutions, an owner and operator of clean power
generation assets, and a global leader in the development,
manufacture and sale of silicon wafers to the semiconductor
industry.

On April 21, 2016, SunEdison, Inc., and 25 of its affiliates each
filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Case Nos.
16-10991 to 16-11017).  Martin H. Truong, the senior vice
president, general counsel and secretary, signed the petitions.

The Debtors disclosed total assets of $20.7 billion and total debt
of $16.1 billion as of Sept. 30, 2015.

The Debtors have hired Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP as
counsel, Togut, Segal & Segal LLP as conflicts counsel, Rothschild
Inc. as investment banker and financial advisor, McKinsey Recovery
& Transformation Services U.S., LLC, as restructuring advisors and
Prime Clerk LLC as claims and noticing agent.  The Debtors employed
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as financial advisors; and KPMG LLP as
their auditor and tax consultant.

An official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the case.  The committee tapped Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP as its
general bankruptcy counsel and Morrison & Foerster LLP as special
counsel.


SUNLIGHT PROPERTIES: Seeks to Hire Greene Infuso as Counsel
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Sunlight Properties, LLC, seeks authorization from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada to employ Greene
Infuso, LLP, as counsel, nunc pro tunc to September 2, 2016
petition date.

The Debtor requires Greene Infuso to:

     (a) advise and represent the Debtor concerning the rights and
responsibilities of Debtor's management in regard to the assets of
Debtor's business and with respect to the secured, priority and
general claims of the creditors;

     (b) advise and represent the Debtor in connection with the
restructuring of its financial and business affairs, including the
sale or use of the Debtor's assets;

     (c) advise and represent the Debtor in connection with the
investigation of potential causes of action against persons or
entities, including, but not limited to, avoidance actions, and the
litigation, if warranted;

     (d) represent the Debtor in any proceeding or hearing in the
Bankruptcy Court, and in any action in other courts where the
rights of the companies may be litigated or affected;

     (e) conduct examinations of witnesses, claimants, or adverse
parties and prepare and assist in the preparation of reports,
accounts, applications, and orders;

     (f) advise and represent the Debtor in the negotiation,
formulation, and drafting of a plan of reorganization and
disclosure statement;

     (g) advise and represent the Debtor in the performance of
their duties and exercise of their powers under the Bankruptcy
Code, the Bankruptcy Rules and the Local Bankruptcy Rules; and,

     (h) provide to the Debtor such other necessary advise and
services as Debtor may require in connection with their Chapter 11
cases.

Greene Infuso was paid a retainer of $10,000 by the Debtor. Prior
to the petition date, Greene Infuso performed services for the
Debtor resulting in fees totaling $10,000, which were paid from the
retainer. On the petition date, Greene Infuso used retainer funds
to pay for services rendered between July 15, 2016 and the petition
date. The filing fee of the case is $1,717, which has been paid to
the Court, but not reimbursed to Greene Infuso.

Greene Infuso will be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred.

Val Grigorian, Sole Manager and Member of Sunlight Properties,
assured the Court that the firm is a "disinterested person" as the
term is defined in Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does
not represent any interest adverse to the Debtors and their
estates.

Greene Infuso can be reached at:

         James D. Greene, Esq.
         GREENE INFUSO, LLP
         3030 South Jones Boulevard, Suite 101
         Las Vegas, Nevada 89146
         Tel.: (702) 570-6000
         Facsimile: (702) 463-8401
         Email: jgreene@greeneinfusolaw.com

              About Sunlight Properties

Sunlight Properties, LLC filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.
Nev. Case No.: 16-14894) on September 2, 2016, and is represented
by James D. Greene, Esq., in Las Vegas, Nevada.

At the time of filing, the Debtor had  $1 million to $10 million in
estimated assets and $1 million to $10 million in estimated
liabilities.

The petition was signed by Val Grigorian, managing member.

A list of the Debtor's 10 largest unsecured creditors is available
for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb16-14894.pdf


SUPERIOR LINEN: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Superior Linen, LLC
           dba Superior Linen and Laundry Services
        4501 Mitchell St.
        North Las Vegas, NV 89081

Case No.: 16-15388

Type of Business: Operates as a commercial laundry and linen
                   rental company

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 30, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       District of Nevada (Las Vegas)

Judge: Hon. Mike K. Nakagawa

Debtor's Counsel: Matthew C. Zirzow, Esq.
                  LARSON & ZIRZOW, LLC
                  850 E. Bonneville Ave.
                  Las Vegas, NV 89101
                  Tel: 702-382-1170
                  Fax: 702-382-1169
                  E-mail: mzirzow@lzlawnv.com

Estimated Assets: $10 million to $50 million

Estimated Debts: $10 million to $50 million

The petition was signed by Robert E. Smith, chief financial
officer.

Debtor's List of 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors:

   Entity                          Nature of Claim   Claim Amount
   ------                          ---------------   ------------
Baltic Linen                           Vendor           $922,348
Attn: Managing Member
1999 Marcus Ave.
Suite 220
Lake Success, NY
11040-5485

The Laundry List                       Vendor           $307,160
Attn: Managing Member
4525 Sherman Oaks Ave
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

Shimmer Clothing Company               Vendor           $128,702
Attn: Managing Member
4500 Dunham Street
Commerce, CA 90040

Parallon                              Services          $124,162

United Cleaners Supply, Inc.           Vendor           $100,290

Ecolab                                Services           $78,365

Venus Group                            Vendor            $73,280

City of North Las Vegas               Services           $70,323

City of North Las Vegas               Services           $58,873

Nevada Department of                    Taxes             $45,355
Taxation

AmTrust                                Services           $44,326

Icon Pac Nevada                        Services           $39,020

Snell & Wilmer                         Services           $37,662

NV Energy                              Services           $34,009

Southwest Gas Corporation              Services           $33,875

Health Plan of Nevada                  Services           $32,363

Lovato Law Firm, P.C.                  Services           $31,922

Bedspreads Inc.                         Vendor            $27,589

Bradshaw, Smith & Co. LLP              Services           $27,163

Century Link                           Services           $23,102


SUSAN'S INC: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use
---------------------------------------------
Judge Robert E. Grant of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern
District of Indiana authorized Susan's Inc. to use cash
collateral.

The approved monthly Budget provides for total expenses in the
amount of $45,597.

The Debtor's secured creditors JP Morgan Chase Bank, NA, Advantedge
Corp., OnDeck Capital, and IBIS Capital Group, LLC were granted a
replacement lien on the Debtor's post-petition assets which
comprised the pre-petition cash collateral, in the same priority
and to the same extent as existed pre-petition.  The secured
creditors were also granted an adequate protection lien on all
receivables to the extent of any diminution of the value of their
security interest as of the Petition Date.

The Debtor was directed to ensure that adequate insurance is
maintained on its assets and that all current taxes are paid. The
Debtor was further directed to provide the secured creditors with
monthly financial statements.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated September 28, 2016, is
available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/SusansInc2016_1611640reg_33.pdf

                  About Susan's Inc.

Susan's Inc. was incorporated in the State of Indiana and operates
a women's retail clothing store at 6340 W. Jefferson Blvd., Fort
Wayne, Indiana.  

Susan's Inc. filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D. Ind. Case No.
16-11640) on April 5, 2016.  The petition was signed by Susan
Johnson, president.  The Debtor is represented by Adam L. Hand,
Esq., Beckman Lawson, LLP.  The Debtor estimated assets at $0 to
$50,000 and liabilities at $100,001 to $500,000.


SYNERGY RESOURCES: Moody's Assigns B3 CFR; Outlook Stable
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Moody's Investors Service assigned first time ratings to Synergy
Resources Corporation (SYRG), including a B3 Corporate Family
Rating, a B3-PD Probability of Default rating, and a Caa2 senior
unsecured rating on its $80 million dollar notes.  Moody's also
assigned an SGL-3 Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating.  The rating
outlook is stable.

"Synergy has accumulated a solid acreage position in the core of
the Wattenberg Field in the DJ Basin, primarily through equity
funded acquisitions.  This acreage position provides the company
with a runway of drilling inventory that will contribute to
significant growth in production and reserves, albeit through a
debt-financed drilling program that will require significant
capital as Synergy outspends cash flow through 2018," said RJ Cruz,
Moody's Vice President -- Senior Analyst.

Rating Assignments:

  Corporate Family Rating, assign B3
  Probability of Default Rating, assign B3-PD
  $80 Million Senior Unsecured Notes due in 2021, assign Caa2
   (LGD5)
  Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating, assign SGL-3

                          RATING RATIONALE

SYRG's B3 CFR reflects the limited scale of the company's upstream
operations, its concentration as a pure play Wattenberg Field
operator, and the company's aggressive drilling program that will
produce negative free cash flow through 2018.  The rating also
incorporates Moody's expectation that the company's organic growth
through 2018 will be partially debt-financed on the company's
revolving credit facility and potentially through subsequent debt
issuances.  The B3 rating is supported by the company's high
quality contiguous acreage in the core of the Wattenberg field in
the Denver-Julesburg (DJ) Basin and management's deep understanding
of and experience in the basin.  The rating also reflects
management's track record of using equity to fund acquisitions.
Moody's believes that SYRG's high quality asset base and relatively
low current debt leverage should allow the company to competitively
and flexibly develop its inventory of drilling locations given
Moody's expectation of rising commodity prices over the near to
medium term.

Moody's expects Synergy to have adequate liquidity through 2017,
which is reflected in the SGL-3 rating.  As of June 30, 2016, the
company had approximately $78.6 million of cash on its balance
sheet and full availability under its revolving credit facility,
which has a borrowing base of $145 million.  Given the company's
growing asset base, Moody's expects that it will maintain its
current borrowing base during its fall 2016 redetermination, with
potential for a small uplift.  The revolving credit facility is
governed by two financial covenants, a current ratio of greater
than 1.0x and a leverage ratio (debt/EBITDAX) of less than 4.0x.
The company should have ample headroom under the covenants through
2017.  The revolving credit facility matures in December 2019.

In accordance with Moody's Loss Given Default (LGD) methodology,
Synergy's senior unsecured notes are rated Caa2, two notches below
the B3 CFR because of the size and priority ranking of the
company's secured revolver relative to the amount of senior notes
outstanding.  The revolver will be primarily used to fund the
company's capital outspend.  If Synergy issues additional senior
notes in the future then the notching of the senior unsecured
ratings could be reduced to one notch below the CFR, depending on
the mix of senior secured and senior unsecured debt in the capital
structure at that time.

The stable rating outlook reflects Moody's expectation that the
company will grow production in excess of 20,000 boe/d over the
next 12 to 18 months while maintaining a conservative balance
sheet.  The rating could be upgraded if average daily production
exceeds 25,000 boe/d while maintaining retained cash flow to debt
in excess of 25%.  The rating could be downgraded if the company's
average daily production falls short relative to expectations and
capital invested, the company makes a leveraging acquisition,
liquidity materially weakens, or retained cash flow to debt falls
below 15%.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Global
Independent Exploration and Production Industry published in
December 2011.

Synergy Resources Corporation is a Denver, CO-based exploration and
production company with a primary focus in the Greater Wattenberg
Field in the Denver-Julesburg (DJ) Basin in northeast Colorado.
The company produced approximately 11,100 barrels of oil equivalent
(boe) per day as of June 30, 2016 and its current acreage position
in the DJ Basin is approximately 69,300 net acres.


SYNERGY RESOURCES: S&P Assigns 'B-' CCR & Rates $80MM Notes 'B+'
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S&P Global Ratings said that it assigned its 'B-' corporate credit
rating to Denver-based Synergy Resources Corp.  The rating outlook
is stable.

At the same time, S&P assigned its 'B+' issue-level rating and '1'
recovery rating to the company's $80 million 9% senior unsecured
notes due 2021.  The '1' recovery rating indicates S&P's
expectation for very high (90%-100%) recovery to creditors in the
event of a payment default.

"Our corporate credit rating on Synergy Resources reflects our
assessment of the company's business risk profile as vulnerable,
its financial risk profile as aggressive, and its liquidity as
adequate," said S&P Global Ratings' credit analyst Kevin Kwok. "The
rating also reflects the company's small reserve base and
production, large proportion of PUD reserves, and limited
geographic diversification with all of its operations in the DJ
Basin."  Synergy Resources is among the smallest oil and natural
gas companies S&P rates with respect to both reserves and daily
production, although it estimates production will grow meaningfully
over the next year as the company ramps up drilling activity.

"The stable outlook reflects our expectation that Synergy Resources
will continue to expand production as it develops its reserves in
the DJ basin while maintaining adequate liquidity.  We expect that
the company will maintain credit measures that we consider
appropriate for the current rating, including FFO to total debt of
above 30% and Debt to EBITDA under 3x," S&P said.

S&P could lower the corporate credit rating if it expected FFO to
debt to fall well below 12% for a sustained period, which would
most likely occur if the company's production falls short of S&P's
expectations and it continues to outspend its cash flow.  S&P could
also lower the rating if liquidity weakens substantially over the
next 12 months.

Given the limitations in the company's business risk profile, S&P
views an upgrade as unlikely over the next year.  However, S&P
could raise the rating if the company expands its production and
reserve base in line with higher-rated peers while maintaining
adequate liquidity.


SYNTAX-BRILLIAN: Court Denies Amr, et al.'s Summary Judgment Bid
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The United States District Court for the District of Delaware
denied various shareholder motions in the appeals case captioned
AHMED AMR, Appellant, v. GREENBERG TRAURIG LLP, et al., Appellees,
Civ. No. 13-337(GMS)(D. Del.).

Ahmed Amr, a former shareholder of Syntax-Brillian Corporation, et
al., appealed from a bankruptcy court memorandum order, which
denied his Motion to Reconsider and Vacate Orders regarding the
bankruptcy court's prior (1) Order Denying Motion to Compel, and
(2) Order Denying Motion to Sanction Nancy Mitchell and Greenberg
Traurig LLP.

Since filing the appeal, however, Amr and other similarly aggrieved
former shareholders have filed numerous other requests and motions
for relief, both related and unrelated to the appeal.  

Amr has filed the following motions:

     (a) Motion for Summary Judgment Affirming Appellant's
         Standing to Sanction Nancy Mitchell and Greenberg
         Traurig ("Standing Motion"), arguing generally that no
         party challenged his participation throughout the
         Chapter 11 cases on the basis of standing; he has a
         valid claim against the estate and a pecuniary interest
         in the outcome of the bankruptcy proceedings; and there
         are "no legal grounds for denying [A]ppellant standing."

     (b) Motion for an Emergency Injunction Directing the Secret
         Service to Seize and Confiscate Forged Documents
         Currently in the Custody of the Liquidation Trustee
         ("Seizure Motion"), arguing that no one has been charged
         with forgery because the forged documents have not been
         seized and confiscated from the Liquidation Trustee who
         has had custody of these forged documents for six years.

     (c) Motion to Impeach Nancy Mitchell's and Greenberg
         Traurig's Evidence ("Motion to Impeach"), seeking to
         "impeach" certain numbers listed on the debtors' chapter
         11 petitions, the affidavit entered into evidence at the
         first day hearing, and proofs of claim filed by several
         secured and unsecured creditors who are not parties to
         the appeal.

The district court found that the Standing Motion appears to assert
arguments that go directly to the merits of the appeal and the
appellant's arguments.  The court denied the Standing Motion as
procedurally improper, holding that any consideration of these
arguments in the context of stand-alone motion is inappropriate and
will be considered by the court only in connection with the court's
ruling on the merits.

As to the Seizure Motion, the district court agreed with the
appellees' argument that the motion is only properly directed to
the Liquidating Trustee, who has custody of the documents, in the
context of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, and is improperly
filed in the appeal, as the Liquidation Trustee is not a party to
the proceedings.

The district court also denied Amr's Motion to Impeach as moot,
because none of the documents that Amr sought to strike are part of
the designated record of the appeal.

Eight former shareholders have also filed separate pro se Motions
to Intervene Due to Bankruptcy Fraud, Spoliation of Evidence and
Concealment of Forgery. The movants sought to intervene to ensure
that the district court grants relief preventing spoliation of
evidence, ordering the preservation of the alleged forged documents
in the custody of the Liquidation Trustee, and referring the
alleged forged documents to the Attorney General, FBI, the Secret
Service, and the Bankruptcy Fraud Task Force, to have those
documents "entered into evidence."

The district court agreed with the appellees' argument that the
Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure provide no authorization for
non-party intervention at the appellate level, except in the
context of appellate review of an agency order.  The court found
that the intervention motions are untimely, are based on rights to
relief outside the scope of the appeal, and movants' rights are not
implicated or threatened by the outcome of the appeal.  The court
also found that the movants have failed to establish circumstances
or reasons that demonstrate that intervention is necessary.

A full-text copy of the district court's September 29, 2016
memorandum opinion is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/deb08-11407-2429.pdf

                   About Syntax-Brillian

Based in Tempe, Arizona, Syntax-Brillian Corporation manufactured
and marketed LCD HDTVs, digital cameras, and consumer electronics
products including Olevia(TM) brand high-definition widescreen LCD
televisions and Vivitar brand digital still and video cameras.
Syntax-Brillian was the sole shareholder of California-based
Vivitar Corporation.

The Company and two of its affiliates -- Syntax-Brillian SPE,
Inc., and Syntax Groups Corp. -- filed for Chapter 11 protection
on July 8, 2008 (Bankr. D. Del. Lead Case No.08-11407.  Lawyers at
Greenberg Traurig LLP represented the Debtors as counsel.  Five
members composed the official committee of unsecured creditors.
Pepper Hamilton, LLP, represented the Committee as counsel.  Epiq
Bankruptcy Solutions, LLC, served as the Debtors' balloting,
notice, and claims agent.  When the Debtors filed for protection
against their creditors, they disclosed total assets of
$175,714,000 and total debts of $259,389,000.

The Bankruptcy Court confirmed the Debtors' Joint Chapter 11
Liquidation Plan in an order dated July 6, 2009.  Under the Plan,
general unsecured claims were to received pro rata distributions
from a liquidating trust after payment of the trust's expenses and
a "liquidating trust funding reimbursement."  Holders of allowed
prepetition credit facility claims were to receive their pro rata
distributions from a lender trust, after payment in full of
allowed DIP facility claims.  A full-text copy of the Debtors' 2nd
amended Chapter 11 liquidating plan is available at:

   http://bankrupt.com/misc/syntax-brillian2ndamendedplan.pdf     

The SB Liquidation Trust is represented by David M. Fournier,
Esq., and Evelyn J. Meltzer, Esq., at Pepper Hamilton LLP; and
Allan B. Diamond, Esq., Andrea L. Kim, Esq., Eric D. Madden, Esq.,
and Michael J. Yoder, Esq., at Diamond McCarthy LLP.  


TEARN DEVELOPMENT: Disclosures Conditionally OK'd; Oct. 17 Hearing
------------------------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Stacey L. Meisel of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of New Jersey has conditionally approved Tearn Development
LLC's small business disclosure statement dated Sept. 14, 2016,
describing the Debtor's small business plan dated Sept. 14, 2016.

A hearing to consider the final approval of the Disclosure
Statement and the confirmation of the Plan is scheduled for Oct.
17, 2016, at 2:30 p.m.

Objections to the Disclosure Statement and the confirmation of the
Plan must be filed by Oct. 10, 2016, which is also the last day for
filing written acceptances or rejections of the Plan.

Headquartered in Bayonne, New Jersey, Tearn Development LLC filed
for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D. N.J. Case No.
16-21672) on June 15, 2016, listing $2.25 million in total assets
and  $2.24 million in total liabilities.  The petition was signed
by Richard Cirminello, partner.  Judge Stacey L. Meisel presides
over the case.  Nicholas Fitzgerald, Esq., at Fitzgerald &
Associates, P.C., serves as the Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.


TELEPRO CARIBE: PRAPI Wants to Prohibit Use of Cash Collateral
--------------------------------------------------------------
PR Asset Portfolio 2013-1 International, LLC, also known as PRAPI,
asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Puerto Rico, to
prohibit Telepro Caribe, Inc. from using cash collateral.

PRAPI contends that it has a first priority security interest over
Debtor’s rents from certain real property of the estate, pursuant
to certain assignment of rights and terms of mortgage deeds, as
well as the rent proceeds generated by such real properties.  

PRAPI relates that the Debtor has not requested authority to use
cash collateral from PRAPI or the Court.  PRAPI further relates
that the Debtor has failed to propose or provide adequate
protection to PRAPI for its use of the cash collateral.

A full-text copy of PR Asset Portfolio 2013-1 International, LLC's
Motion, dated September 28, 2016, is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/TeleproCaribeInc2016_1603648esl11-37.pdf

PR Asset Portfolio 2013-1 International, LLC is represented by:

         Sergio A. Ramirez de Arellano, Esq.
         SERGIO A. RAMIREZ DE ARELLANO LAW OFFICES
         Banco Popular Center, Suite 1022
         209 Munoz Rivera Avenue
          San Juan, PR 00918-1009
          Telephone: 765-2988
          Email: sramirez@sarlaw.com

                  About Telepro Caribe, Inc.

Telepro Caribe, Inc. filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.P.R.
Case No. 16-03648) on May 5, 2016.  The petition was signed by Jose
R. Mora Nazario, CEO.  The Debtor is represented by Nelson Robles
Diaz, Esq., at Nelso Robles Diaz Law Offices, P.S.C.  The case is
assiged to Judge Enrique S. Lamoutte Inclan.  The Debtor estimated
assets at $0 to $50,000 and liabilities at $1 million to $10
million at the time of the filing.



TENAFLY GOURMET: Case Summary & 2 Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Tenafly Gourmet Farms Inc.
           dba Tenafly Farms, Inc.
        15 Highwood Ave.
        Tenafly, NJ 07670

Case No.: 16-28809

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 30, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       District of New Jersey (Newark)

Judge: Hon. John K. Sherwood

Debtor's Counsel: Seung H. Shin, Esq.
                  SHIN & JUNG LLP
                  2400 Lemoine Avenue, Suite 204
                  Fort Lee, NJ 07024
                  Tel: 201-482-8095
                  Fax: 201-399-3269
                  E-mail: shinjunglaw@gmail.com

Total Assets: $1.48 million

Total Liabilities: $7.93 million

The petition was signed by Yong Kim, president.

A copy of the Debtor's list of two unsecured creditors is available
for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/njb16-28809.pdf


TRANS ENERGY: Incurs $13.7 Million Net Loss in Second Quarter
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Trans Energy, Inc., filed with the Securities and Exchange
Commission its quarterly report on Form 10-Q disclosing a net loss
of $13.7 million on $2.89 million of total operating revenues for
the three months ended June 30, 2016, compared to a net loss of
$8.48 million on $3.66 million of total operating revenues for the
same period in 2015.

For the six months ended June 30, 2016, the Company reported a net
loss of $27.6 million on $5.39 million of total operating revenues
compared to a net loss of $5.81 million on $8.09 million of total
operating revenues for the same period last year.

As of June 30, 2016, Trans Energy had $79.3 million in total
assets, $143 million in total liabilities and a total stockholders'
deficit of $64.1 million.

"Historically, we have satisfied our working capital needs with
borrowed funds and the proceeds of acreage sales.  At June 30,
2016, we had negative working capital of $131,560,670 compared to
negative working capital of $116,988,273 at December 31, 2015.  The
decrease in working capital is primarily due to the fact that
interest has been added to the principal balance of our notes
payable in 2016.

"During the first six months of 2016, net cash used by operating
activities was $1,100,618 compared to $3,195,454 of net cash used
for the same period of 2015.  This increase in cash flow from
operations was primarily due to the net loss in 2016, increase in
accounts receivable, and decrease in accounts payable offset by
increase in depreciation, depletion and amortization and interest
and legal expense added to principal.

"Excluding the effects of significant unforeseen expenses or other
income, our cash flow from operations fluctuates primarily because
of variations in oil and gas production and prices, or changes in
working capital accounts and actual well performance.  In addition,
our oil and gas production may be curtailed due to factors beyond
our control, such as downstream activities on major pipelines
causing us to shut-in production for various lengths of time.

"During the first six months of 2016, net cash provided by
investing activities was $876,395 compared to net cash used of
$198,765 in the same period in 2015.  The change was primarily due
to a change in ownership percentage due to unitization of various
leases, as well as a reduction in capital spending in 2016 compared
to 2015.

"During the first six months of 2016, there was no cash activity
from financing activities compared to net cash provided of
$2,807,519 for the same period in 2015.  This change was primarily
due to an increase in debt to M3 Appalachia Gathering LLC and stock
issuances in 2015.

"As of September 30, 2016, the cash balance of the Company amounted
to approximately $407,000 and the Company continues to face
significant liquidity constraints in the short term.  Under the
terms of the Forbearance, the Company is limited on normal business
decisions as all transactions must be approved by the debtholder.
Additionally, as part of the Forbearance and in connection with the
strategic review process, the Company is currently looking to sell
certain of its oil and gas properties.

"We are in the process of analyzing various alternatives to enhance
our liquidity and capital structure including, divesting
nonstrategic assets, reducing costs, or engaging in similar type
activities.  Although management believes that it will be able to
obtain the necessary funding to allow the Company to remain a going
concern through the methods discussed above, there can be no
assurance that such methods will prove successful.  The
accompanying unaudited condensed consolidated financial statements
do not include any adjustments that might result from the outcome
of this uncertainty.  There is a substantial doubt about the
ability of the Company to continue as a going concern."

A full-text copy of the Form 10-Q is available for free at:

                       goo.gl/sREcfb

                     About Trans Energy

St. Mary's, West Virginia-based Trans Energy, Inc. (OTC BB: TENG)
-- http://www.transenergyinc.com/-- is an independent energy
company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development,
exploitation and production of oil and natural gas.  Its
operations are presently focused in the State of West Virginia.

Trans Energy reported a net loss of $19.6 million on $12.4 million
of total operating revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015,
compared to a net loss of $12.5 million on $27.2 million of total
operating revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2014.

Maloney + Novotny LLC, in Cleveland, Ohio, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2015, citing that the Company has generated
significant losses from operations and has a working capital
deficit of $116,998,273 at Dec. 31, 2015, which together raises
substantial doubt about the Company's ability to continue as a
going concern.


TROCOM CONSTRUCTION: Selling Assets, Auction on Oct. 28 to 29
-------------------------------------------------------------
Trocom Construction Corp. asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of New York to authorize one or more public
auctions, from time to time, of the Debtor's personal property,
including vehicles and heavy construction equipment formerly used
in the operation of its business ("Assets").

The proposed hearing on the Motion is set for Oct. 6, 2016 at 2:00
p.m.  The proposed objection deadline is Oct. 5, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.

The Debtor is in the heavy construction business.  Its primary
customer is the City of New York through its various agencies.  At
the time of the filing, the Debtor was providing services on 18
construction projects throughout the New York Metropolitan area.
During the pendency of the bankruptcy case, the Debtor has
completed all but 5 of those projects ("Construction Projects").

On July 1, 2016, as amended on Aug. 15, 2016 and Aug. 29, 2016, the
Debtor filed a chapter 11 plan of liquidation ("Plan").  The
hearing on confirmation of the Plan is currently scheduled for Oct.
19, 2016.  Pursuant to the Plan, the Debtor will continue in
business for the limited purpose of completing the wind-down of its
affairs which includes transitioning the ongoing Construction
Projects from the Debtor, either by assignment, termination of the
underlying contract or reletting of the project.  The Plan also
provides for the sale of the Assets at public auctions to
supplement the funds available for distribution under the Plan. The
Debtor is winding down its construction operations and, therefore,
no longer has use for the Assets.

The Debtor believes in its sound business judgment that an
expedited sale of the Assets at a public auction scheduled to be
conducted by the Auctioneer on Oct. 28 to 29, 2016, is in the best
interest of its estate and will provide the best opportunity to
realize significant value from the Assets because this highly
marketed heavy equipment auction is expected to attract many
bidders.

To realize the maximum value of the Assets, the Debtor proposes
that the Assets be sold, subject to the Court's approval, free and
clear of all liens, with such liens to attach to the proceeds of
the sales of the Assets with the same validity, extent and priority
as had attached to the Assets immediately prior to the sales.

M&T Bank has a first-priority lien against all the Debtor's assets
that secures a pre-petition line of credit.  Two entities that are
related to the Debtor, 460 Kingsland Avenue Real Estate, LLC, and
Reveal Kingsland, LLC, also have liens against all the Debtor's
assets that are subordinate to M&T's first-priority lien.

On Aug. 4, 2015, the Court entered an order ("DIP Order") approving
debtor-in-possession financing from Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.
Pursuant to the DIP Order, Liberty has a lien against all the
Debtor's assets that is (a) junior to M&T's lien interest, and (b)
senior to the lien interests of Reveal and 460.

Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., M&T, and
Hyundai Capital America, doing business as KIA Motors Finance, have
secured interests in certain vehicles.  General Electric Capital
Corp. has a secured interest in certain of the Assets. Other than
the Secured Parties, the Debtor reasonably believes that no entity
has an interest in the Assets.

The Debtor seeks approval of the "Sale Procedures" that will be
applicable to the solicitation of bids and the sale of the Assets
at all public auctions.  The salient provisions of the Sale Terms
are:

   a. The Auctioneer will offer the Assets, together with any
additional items delivered by the Debtor to the auction site for
sale, in whole or in part, on Oct. 28-29, 2016 at unreserved public
auction at 275 Route 32, North Franklin, CT.

   b. The Assets are being sold on an "as is, where is" basis
without any warranties whatsoever as to quality, condition or
description. The only guarantee is as to title.

   c. Complete payment or a minimum requirement of a 20% deposit of
the successful bidder's bid amount shall be payable to the
Auctioneer, by cash, certified check or wire transfer on the day of
the public auction.

   d. The balance of the purchase price will be paid by the
successful bidder within 4 days following the public auction and,
in any event, prior to removal or delivery of any Assets.

   e. In the event the highest bidder fails to close on its
purchase within 4 days of the public auction, the Debtor may, at
its option, sell to the second highest bidder without further order
of Court and any deposit made by the highest bidder will be
forfeited to the Debtor's estate.

   f. The Auctioneer will collect the full proceeds from the sale
of the Assets and the Auctioneer will withhold for its benefit all
amounts payable to the Auctioneer, including commission and any
advances, and will thereafter make payment of the remaining
proceeds to the Debtor within 7 days after the public auction in
accordance with the terms of the Bankruptcy Court order approving
the sale.

The Debtor submits that the Sale Procedures are reasonably designed
to ensure that the Debtor's estate receives the maximum benefit
available from the sale of the Assets and therefore that the
approval of the Sale Procedures for use at multiple public auctions
of the Assets is warranted under the circumstances and consistent
with the General Order 557 dated March 29, 2010, Adoption of Sale
Guidelines, applied by the Bankruptcy Court.

A copy of the list of Assets to be sold and the Sale Procedures
attached to the Motion is available for free at:

  http://bankrupt.com/misc/Trocom_Construction_322_Sales.pdf

The Debtor requests that the 14-day stay of the effectiveness of
the Motion be waived to enable the Debtor to begin the public
auctions promptly, given that the Auctioneer has proposed to
conduct the first of the public auctions, which is anticipated to
yield significant proceeds, on Oct. 28-29, 2016. Moreover, a waiver
of the stay will relieve the Debtor's estate of the additional
financial burden associated with the preservation of the Assets
prior to the public auctions, thus reducing the expenditure of
additional estate funds.

                 About Trocom Construction

Trocom Construction Corp. was formed in 1969 by Salvatore Trovato.

The Company is in the heavy construction business.  Its primary
customer is the City of New York through its various agencies.  The
Company has 75 employees, the majority of whom are members of
various unions.  Joseph Trovato is presently the president and
holder of 100% of the voting shares of Trocom.

Trocom filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. E.D.N.Y. Case No.
15-42145) on May 7, 2015, in Brooklyn.  The petition was signed by
Joseph Trovato.  Judge Nancy Hershey Lord presides over the case.
The Debtor is represented by C. Nathan Dee, Esq., at Cullen &
Dykman, LLP.

The Debtor estimated total assets of $32,462,383 and total
liabilities of $17,184,837 as of the Chapter 11 filing.



UTE LAKE RANCH: Janice A. Steinle Named Ch. 11 Trustee
------------------------------------------------------
Patrick S. Layng, the U.S. Trustee for the District of Colorado,
appointed Janice A. Steinle as the Chapter 11 Trustee for the
estate of Ute Lake Ranch, Inc., on September 22, 2016.

The notice of appointment of a Chapter 11 Trustee is pursuant to an
Order dated September 14, 2016, directing the U.S. Trustee to
appoint a Chapter 11 Trustee in the Chapter 11 case of the Debtor.

The Chapter 11 Trustee bond is initially set at $80,000. The bond
may require adjustment as the trustee collects and liquidates
assets of the estate, and the trustee is directed to inform the
Office of the United States Trustee when changes to the bond amount
are required or made.

The Counsel for the U.S. Trustee is:

     Alan K. Motes
     ALAN K. MOTES
     Byron G. Rogers Federal Building
     1961 Stout St., Suite 12-200
     Denver, CO 80294-1961
     Tel.: (303) 312-7999
     Fax: (303) 312-7259
     Email: Alan.Motes@usdoj.gov

          About Ute Lake Ranch

Ute Lake Ranch Inc. and DVR LLC, based in Englewood, Colo., filed
Chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. D. Colo. Lead Case No. 16-17054) on
July 18, 2016. Matthew T. Faga, Esq. and James T. Markus, Esq. at
Markus Williams Young & Zimmerman LLC serve as bankruptcy counsel.

In their petitions, the Debtors estimated $1 million to $10 million
in both assets and liabilities. The petitions were signed by Edward
B. Cordes, authorized representative.


WALKER III: U.S. Trustee Directed to Appoint Ch. 11 Examiner
------------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado entered an
order directing the U.S. Trustee to appoint a Chapter 11 Examiner
in the Chapter 11 case of Walker III-Voss, LLC.

The Debtor is one of the many business entities owned by Debtors
Craig and Susan Walker. The Court previously ordered the
appointment of an Examiner in the Walkers' Chapter 11 case, and the
U.S. Trustee appointed C. Randel Lewis as the examiner with powers.
The Examiner is appointed only in the Walkers' case, and not in the
Walker III Voss' case.

Prior to approval of the Settlement Agreement negotiated by the
Examiner, Randel Lewis, the Court raised concerns on how he would
be able to control Walker III- Voss and its assets, given that
Walker- III Voss is a separate debtor-in-possession with duties to
administer its own assets. Thus, in this case, Walker III-Voss
subsequently filed its Motion, seeking appointment of an examiner
in its Chapter 11 case.

The scheduled debts of Walker-III Voss do not exceed $5,000,000.
However, the Court finds that it is in the best interest of the
Creditors that an Examiner will be appointed. The appointment will
allow the Settlement Agreement to be fully effectuated in both
bankruptcy cases of the Debtors Craig and Susan Walker, and Debtor
Walker-III Voss.

         About Walker III - Voss

Walker III - Voss, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.
Colo. Case No. 15-19428) on August 24, 2015, and is represented by
Harvey Sender, Esq., in Denver, Colorado.

At the time of filing, the Debtor had US$1 million to US$10
million
in estimated assets and S$1 million to US$10 million in estimated
liabilities.

The petition was signed by Craig J. Walker, managing member.

The Debtor did not include a list of its largest unsecured
creditors when it filed the petition.

The individuals' bankruptcy case is In re: CRAIG J. WALKER and
SUSAN ANN WALKER, Debtors, Case No. 15-18281 EEB (D. Colo.).


WEST ALLIS-WEST: Moody's Confirms Ba1 GO Rating; Outlook Stable
---------------------------------------------------------------
Moody's Investors Service has confirmed the Ba1 long-term general
obligation (GO) rating of West Allis-West Milwaukee School
District, WI.  The outlook on the district's credit has been
revised to stable.  This action concludes our rating under review
for potential downgrade placed on the district on July 29, 2016.
The district currently has $42.5 million in GO debt outstanding,
$15.7 million of which is rated by Moody's.

The Ba1 rating reflects the district's pressured financial position
as a result of consecutive years of imbalanced operations that have
resulted in deficit fund balances.  These factors are offset to a
degree by the district's large, suburban city of Milwaukee (Aa3
stable) tax base; average wealth indices; average long-term debt
burden; and manageable exposure to unfunded pension liabilities.

Rating Outlook

The revision of the credit outlook to stable reflects our view that
the district's recent actions in refinancing its short-term
cash-flow debt will provide the district with the liquidity needed
to operate over the next several years, reducing exposure to
potential near-term market access risks.  Furthermore, management
continues to make strides in aligning expenditures with revenues,
which along with an expected lawsuit settlement should result in
more favorable near-term financial results.

Factors that Could Lead to an Upgrade
  Sustained return to structurally balanced operations and
   maintenance of healthy operating fund reserves and liquidity

Factors that Could Lead to a Downgrade
  Failure to restore positive operating fund balances in a timely
   manner
  Significant short-term borrowing for cash flow prior to the
  take-out of Series 2016A GO notes

Legal Security

Debt service on outstanding long-term bonds and notes are secured
by the district's general obligation unlimited tax (GOULT) pledge
to levy a dedicated tax unlimited as to rate or amount.

Obligor Profile

The West Allis-West Milwaukee School District is a suburban school
district located 10 miles west of the City of Milwaukee.  It
provides pre-K through 12th grade education to approximately 9,550
students in a community of 68,000 residents.


WEST CABINET: Disclosures Conditionally OK'd; Hearing on Oct. 20
----------------------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Gregory R. Schaaf of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of Kentucky has conditionally approved West
Cabinet, Inc.'s disclosure statement describing the Debtor's small
business Chapter 11 plan.

The Court will hold on Oct. 20, 2016, at 9:00 a.m. (ET) the hearing
to consider the final approval of the Disclosure Statement and the
confirmation of the Plan.

Oct. 13, 2016, is fixed as the last day for filing objections to
the Disclosure Statement and the confirmation of the Plan.  Oct. 13
is also fixed as the last day for filing written acceptances or
rejections to the Plan.

The deadline for filing proofs of claim for unscheduled claims or
claims designated by the Debtor as contingent, disputed, or
unliquidated is set as Oct. 20, 2016.

                        About West Cabinet

West Cabinet, Inc., sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. E.D. Ky. Case No. 16-60324) on March 25,
2016.  The petition was signed by Mary Beth Golden, vice-president.
The Debtor is represented by Jamie L. Harris, at DelCotto Law
Group PLLC.  At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated its
assets and debts at less than $1 million.


WESTPORT HOLDINGS II: Directed to Show Proof PCO Not Necessary
--------------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida, filed
a notice stating that Westport Holdings Tampa II, Limited
Partnership, dba The Villas at University Village, has no later
than October 22, 2016, to produce sufficient evidence for the Court
to find that the appointment of a patient care ombudsman is not
necessary under the specific facts of the case.

           About Westport Holdings Tampa

Westport Holdings Tampa, dba University Village, is a care
retirement community in Tampa, Florida. It offers residents villas,
apartments, an assisted living facility and a skilled nursing care
center for their end of life needs.

Westport Holdings Tampa, Limited Partnership and Westport Holdings
Tampa II, Limited Partnership filed chapter 11 petitions (Bankr.
M.D. Fla. Case Nos. 8:16-bk-8167-MGW and 8:16-bk-8168-MGW) on
September 22, 2016. The Debtors are represented by Scott A.
Stichter, Esq. and Stephen R. Leslie, Esq., at Stichter Riedel
Blain & Postler, P.A.


WESTPORT HOLDINGS: Directed to Show Proof PCO Not Necessary
-----------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida
entered a notice stating that Westport Holdings Tampa, Limited
Partnership, dba University Village, has until October 22, 2016, to
produce sufficient evidence for the Court to find that the
appointment of a patient care ombudsman is not necessary.

The Court noted that the appointment of a PCO will be dispensed, if
within 14 days of the notice, the Debtor produces a sufficient
evidence for the Court to find that the appointment of such
Ombudsman is not necessary under the specific facts of the case.

           About Westport Holdings Tampa

Westport Holdings Tampa, dba University Village, is a care
retirement community in Tampa, Florida. It offers residents villas,
apartments, an assisted living facility and a skilled nursing care
center for their end of life needs.

Westport Holdings Tampa, Limited Partnership and Westport Holdings
Tampa II, Limited Partnership filed chapter 11 petitions (Bankr.
M.D. Fla. Case Nos. 8:16-bk-8167-MGW and 8:16-bk-8168-MGW) on
September 22, 2016. The Debtors are represented by Scott A.
Stichter, Esq. and Stephen R. Leslie, Esq., at Stichter Riedel
Blain & Postler, P.A.


WILLACY COUNTY PFC: S&P Lowers Rating on Revenue Debt to 'BB+'
--------------------------------------------------------------
S&P Global Ratings lowered its long-term rating on Willacy County
Public Facility Corp. (PFC), Texas' existing revenue debt to 'BB+'
from 'BBB'.  S&P Global Ratings maintained the rating on
CreditWatch, where it was placed with negative implications
June 3, 2016.

The bonds are secured by revenues pledged under a contract with the
United States Marshals Service (USMS), which falls under the
jurisdiction of the Department of Justice (DOJ).  On Aug. 18, 2016,
the DOJ released a memo directing the Federal Bureau of Prisons
(BOP) to "reduce and ultimately end the use of privately operated
prisons."  Soon thereafter, the Department of Homeland Security
(DHS) directed a subcommittee to review the current policy and
practices concerning the use of private detention centers and
evaluate whether the practice of contracting with private operators
should be eliminated.  "The USMS has not stated a change in its
current practice to use privately-operated facilities; however, we
believe that the change in policy at the DOJ for its BOP facilities
heightens the risk that USMS could follow a similar path," said S&P
Global Ratings credit analyst Ann Richardson.

The rating reflects S&P's opinion of:

   -- The industry's inherent volatility, primarily because of the

      potential fluctuation for facility demand, its essentiality,

      and the uncertainty created by event risks and changes in
      policy at the federal level;

   -- Good historical annual debt service coverage (DSC), which
      could change significantly in the event that the contract is

      not renewed, or there is a reduction in demand;

   -- Lack of capacity within USMS' current federally owned
      detention facilities, which S&P believes leads to increased
      service essentiality.

   -- The bonds' legal and security provisions, including the
      short-term nature of the contract with renewal risks
      supporting the pledged revenue; and

   -- An indefinite agreement with an industry recognized
      operator, provider, Management & Training Corp. (MTC), which

      has operated the facility since inception.

Willacy County is a predominantly rural, lightly populated coastal
county in southeast Texas with its population generally
concentrated near its southern border.  The county is in the
northeastern-most Lower Rio Grande Valley, a rapidly growing area
paralleling the border with Mexico.  The detention center is in
Raymondville, the seat of Willacy County, approximately 30 miles
north of the border.  As the USMS contract specifies, the facility
is located within 50 miles of the U.S. federal courthouse in
Brownsville, Texas.  The project is a 572-bed, secure adult jail
facility, expandable by 500 beds.  It is a medium custody level
prison, and functions as a pre-trial detention facility for the
USMS.

The CreditWatch placement reflects S&P's view of the uncertainty
and potential negative implications stemming from the current
federal policy for the use of private operators.  S&P will continue
to monitor the situation and take rating actions as necessary,
although S&P expects to resolve the CreditWatch placement within 90
days.  S&P could lower the rating if findings from that
subcommittee affect the USMS, and ultimately how that federal
entity awards its contracts; or if additional information from the
DOJ indicates a shift in policy that will affect the USMS' ability
to use private operators.  Conversely, S&P could affirm the rating
and remove it from CreditWatch if it becomes clear that the DOJ's
shift in policy will not affect the USMS' use of privately operated
prison facilities.


WILLIAM BLACK: Court Dismisses Clawback Suits vs. Gallinghouse
--------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Jerry A. Brown of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of Louisiana dismissed the preference action filed
by William Matthew Black under Section 547 of the Bankruptcy Code,
as well as the non-dischargeability actions filed by Joanne and
Walter Gallinghouse, Gallinghouse & Associates, Inc., and G & A
Publishing.

Judge Brown also denied Black's objection to proof of claim 2, and
denied in part, and allowed in part, the objections to proofs of
claim numbers 3 and 4.

The adversary proceedings and claim objections involved two state
court judgments and several different legal issues that all arose
out of criminal acts committed by the debtor's ex-wife, Deborah.
She was convicted in state court on several counts of
theft/embezzlement while she was an employee of the Gallinghouses.
The Gallinghouses filed three proofs of claim related to the civil
and restitution judgments rendered by the state court.  The
Gallinghouses also filed an adversary proceeding seeking to have
the debt owed to them on the state court judgment against Mr. Black
declared non-dischargeable.  Mr. Black also filed an adversary
proceeding against the Gallinghouses seeking to avoid the civil
judgment as a preference.

In the adversary complaint against the Gallinghouses, Black alleged
an avoidable preference under 11 U.S.C. section 547(b), stemming
from the entry of final judgment in the state court civil suit.
Judge Brown found that there was no avoidable preference because
the elements of section 547(b) have not been met; specifically,
there was no pre-petition transfer to a creditor.

Judge Brown overruled the objection to proof of claim no. 2, as
amended, and the claim was allowed as an unsecured claim against
the debtor in the full amount of $547,803.59.  Proof of claim
number 2 is based upon the civil judgment against Mr. and Mrs.
Black entered by the state court in the suit by the Blacks against
the Gallinghouses.

Proofs of claim numbers 3 and 4 concern the restitution judgment,
which is only against Mrs. Black, and not against the debtor.  The
parties asked the court to determine "the extent to which the
restitution judgment is a community debt for which both members of
the former community are liable."  The parties also asked the court
to determine "the extent to which the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) may
be used to satisfy the Restitution Judgment."  Although there are
two proofs of claim filed, there is only one underlying judgment
that forms the basis for these two claims.  The March 15, 2012
restitution judgment against Mrs. Black states it is for "the
amounts of $154,154.20 and $206,565.51 (total $360,719.71)
respectively, plus judicial interest thereon beginning November
18th, 2011, plus all costs of the criminal proceeding and
subsequent proceedings necessary to enforce this judgment..."

Judge Brown held that the restitution judgment is a community debt
as defined by Article 2360 of the Civil Code, finding that Mr.
Black failed to rebut the presumption under Louisiana Civil Code
Article 2161 that all obligations incurred by a spouse during the
existence of the community property regime are presumed to be
community obligations.  Judge Brown also held that the portion of
the TSP account that was in existence at the time the petition for
divorce was filed is community funds.  Because the community funds
are liable for the restitution debt, Judge Brown recognized proofs
of claim 3 and 4 in the following amounts: 1) the claim against the
TSP in the amount of $186,658.76; and 2) whatever portion of the
funds held in the registry of the court for the 22nd JDC for St.
Tammany Parish represent Mrs. Black's share of the profit from the
sale of the community home.  Judge Brown, however, declined to
issue an order amending the divorce decree and directing the TSP to
make payments to Mrs. Black.

As to the Gallinghouses allegation that the civil judgment against
the debtor is nondischargeable under 11 U.S.C. section 523(a)(6),
Judge Brown found that, contrary to the Gallinghouses' assertion,
the civil judgment against the debtor for intentional infliction of
emotional distress, civil conspiracy and conversion is not
sufficient to establish collateral estoppel that would bar a
retrial by the bankruptcy court as to whether Mr. Black's actions
constitute a willful and malicious act on the part of Mr. Black.
Judge Brown thus concluded that the Gallinghouses did not present
enough evidence to prove their non-dischargeability claim against
only Mr. Black.

The consolidated adversary proceedings are GALLINGHOUSE &
ASSOCIATES, INC., G & A PUBLISHING HOUSE, INC, JOANNE GALINGHOUSE,
AND WALTER GALLINGHOUSE, PLAINTIFFS VERSUS WILLIAM MATTHEW BLACK,
DEFENDANT, ADV. P. NO. 15-1071 (Bankr. E.D. La.) and WILLIAM
MATTHEW BLACK, PLAINTIFF VERSUS WALTER GALLINGHOUSE, JOANNE
GALLINGHOUSE, G & A PUBLISHING, INC, AND GALLINGHOUSE & ASSOCIATES,
INC., DEFENDANTS, ADV. P. NO. 15-1073 (Bankr. E.D. La.).

The bankruptcy case is IN RE: WILLIAM MATTHEW BLACK, DEBTOR, CASE
NO. 15-11935 (Bankr. E.D. La.).

A full-text copy of Judge Brown's September 26, 2016 memorandum
opinion is available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/laeb15-11935-144.pdf

                    About William Black

William Matthew Black filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. E.D. La.
Case No. 15-11935) on July 31, 2015.


WINGS OF MEDINA: Unsecured Creditors to Get 60%-80% Under Plan
--------------------------------------------------------------
General unsecured creditors will get 60% to 80% of their claims
under the joint Chapter 11 liquidating plan of Wings of Medina
Liquidation, Inc. and its affiliates.

Under the plan, each holder of an allowed Class 2 general unsecured
claim will receive a pro rata share of the net proceeds of the
Debtors' assets that will be distributed to a liquidating trust.  

Initial payment to general unsecured creditors will be made
approximately 60 days after the effective date of the plan.  These
creditors assert a total of $8.4 million in claims.

The plan provides for the Debtors' assets, which include cash and
causes of action, to be distributed to a liquidating trust.  

The official committee of unsecured creditors, a co-proponent of
the plan, will appoint an official to manage the trust.  The
trustee will be tasked to liquidate and administer the remaining
non-cash assets and make distributions to creditors.

The liquidating plan proposes to pay allowed administrative claims,
priority tax claims, and other priority claims in full, according
to the Debtors' disclosure statement filed on Sept. 20 with the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Ohio.

A copy of the disclosure statement is available for free at
https://is.gd/0siNME

               About Wings of Medina Liquidation

Wings of Medina Liquidation, Inc., et al., each filed for Chapter
11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. N.D. Ohio Case No. Case No.
15-52722) on Nov. 16, 2015.  

The Debtor is represented by:

      Scott N. Opincar, Esq.
      Michael J. Kaczka, Esq.
      McDONALD HOPKINS LLC
      600 Superior Avenue, East, Suite 2100
      Cleveland, OH 44114-2653
      Tel: (216) 348-5400
      Fax: (216) 348-5474
      Email: sopincar@mcdonaldhopkins.com
             mkaczka@mcdonaldhopkins.com


WTE-S&S AG: Has Until Nov. 30 to Use State Bank of Chilton Cash
---------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Donald R. Cassling of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Illinois authorized WTE-S&S AG Enterprises LLC
to use State Bank of Chilton's cash collateral on an interim basis,
from October 1, 2016 to November 30, 2016.

The approved Budget covers the period beginning September 26, 2016
and ending on November 28, 2016.  The Budget provided for operating
expenses such as engine maintenance, site maintenance, electricity
and engine oil, among others.

State Bank of Chilton was granted valid, perfected, enforceable
security interests in and to the Debtor's post-petition assets,
including all their proceeds and products, to the extent and
priority of its alleged pre-petition liens, but only to the extent
of any diminution in the value of such assets during the period
from the commencement of the Debtor's chapter 11 case through
November 30, 2016.

A final hearing on the Debtor's Motion is scheduled on November 29,
2016 at 10:00 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated September 28, 2016, is
available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/WTES&SAGEnterprisesLLC2016_1609913_83.pdf

              About WTE-S&S AG Enterprises LLC

WTE-S&S AG Enterprises, LLC, is a limited liability company formed
for the purpose of constructing an anaerobic digester on the
largest dairy farm in Door County, Wisconsin so as to generate
electricity from harnessing methane extracted from animal waste.

The Debtor filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. N.D.
Ill. Case No. 16-09913) on March 23, 2016.  The petition was signed
by James G. Philip as manager and designated representative.

The Debtor is represented by David K. Welch, Esq., at Crane,
Heyrnan, Simon, Welch & Clar. The case is assigned to Judge Donald
R. Cassling.

The Debtor estimated both assets and liabilities in the range of $1
million to $10 million.



YELLOW CAB: Creditors' Panel Seeks Appointment of Ch. 11 Trustee
----------------------------------------------------------------
The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Yellow Cab
Cooperative, Inc., filed a motion asking the United States
Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California to appoint
a Chapter 11 Trustee in the Debtor's bankruptcy case.

According to the Committee, the Debtor is guilty of significant
prepetition malfeasance -- malfeasance that can only be described
as intentional as it involved transferring money to equity when
none was due or owing and at a time when the Debtor was insolvent.
Since the case began, the Debtor's conflicts of interest have
caused management to make decisions that are not in the best
interests of the Debtor, the Committee asserts.

Therefore, the Committee asks the Court to enter an order (i)
granting the Motion, (ii) directing the appointment of a chapter 11
trustee in the Debtor’s case, and (iii) granting such and further
relief as may be just and appropriate.

The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors is represented by:

          John D. Fiero, Esq.
          Jason H. Rosell, Esq.
          PACHULSKI STANG ZIEHL & JONES LLP
          150 California Street, 15th Floor
          San Francisco, CA 94111
          Tel.: (415) 263-7000
          Fax: (415) 263-7010
          E-mail: jfiero@pszjlaw.com
                  jrosell@pszjlaw.com

                About Yellow Cab Cooperative

Yellow Cab Cooperative, Inc., provides taxicab transportation
services in the San Francisco, California area. In San Francisco,
taxicab "color schemes" are licensed by the County of San Francisco
to provide services to taxi medallion owners, which color schemes
and medallion holders operate in a highly regulated environment.
Yellow Cab is a non-profit cooperative service company that
provides an operating base for approximately 400 San Francisco taxi
medallions (or permits), operating on a cooperative basis. Yellow
Cab supports approximately 1,000 medallion owners and lessee
drivers in their individual taxi operations, and separately employs
approximately 60 persons to provide those support services. Yellow
Cab currently supports approximately one-third of the total
medallions operating in San Francisco.

The Debtor filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D. Calif., Case
No. 16-30063) on Jan. 22, 2016. The petition was signed by Pamela
Martinez, president.

The Debtor has tapped Farella Braun and Martel LLP as its legal
counsel. The case is assigned to Judge Dennis Montali.

The Debtor estimated assets of $1 million to $10 million, and debts
of $10 million to $50 million.


ZWEITE STUFE: Can Use $372K Cash Collateral
-------------------------------------------
Judge Mark A. Randon of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
District of Michigan authorized Zweite Stufe, Inc. to use cash
collateral in the amount of $372,823.16.

Judge Randon acknowledged that the Debtor requires funds to pay
expenses in connection with maintaining operations, including
purchasing services, supplies and material, satisfying taxes,
payroll, and fringe benefits for employees and paying utilities.
He further acknowledged that failure to pay these and similar
critical expenses would cause the Debtor immediate and irreparable
harm by disrupting the Debtor’s ability to maintain operations
and shutting down the Debtor’s locations.

Judge Randon granted the Secured Creditor with an interest in cash
collateral with replacement liens on the Debtor's assets which are
created, acquired, or arise after the Petition Date, but limited to
only those types and descriptions of collateral in which the
Secured Creditor holds a pre-petition lien or security interst.

The Debtor was directed to make monthly payments to its Secured
Creditor in the amount of $4,000.

A final hearing on the use of cash collateral is scheduled on
October 31, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated September 28, 2016, is
available at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/ZweiteStufeInc2016_1653059mar_25.pdf

                 About Zweite Stufe, Inc.

Zweite Stufe, Inc. filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. E.D. Mich.
Case No. 16-53059) on September 21, 2016.  The petition was signed
by Teresa Gassenfeit, authorized signatory.  The Debtor is
represented by Elliot G. Crowder, Esq., at Stevenson & Bullock,
P.L.C.  The Debtor estimated assets at $0 to $50,000 and
liabilities at $500,001 to $1 million at the time of the filing.


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                                               Total
                                              Share-      Total
                                   Total    Holders'    Working
                                  Assets      Equity    Capital
  Company         Ticker            ($MM)       ($MM)      ($MM)
  -------         ------          ------    --------    -------
ABSOLUTE SOFTWRE  OU1 GR           114.7       (43.7)     (34.6)
ABSOLUTE SOFTWRE  ALSWF US         114.7       (43.7)     (34.6)
ABSOLUTE SOFTWRE  ABT2EUR EU       114.7       (43.7)     (34.6)
ABSOLUTE SOFTWRE  ABT CN           114.7       (43.7)     (34.6)
ADV MICRO DEVICE  AMD TE         3,316.0      (413.0)     925.0
ADV MICRO DEVICE  AMD TH         3,316.0      (413.0)     925.0
ADV MICRO DEVICE  AMD GR         3,316.0      (413.0)     925.0
ADV MICRO DEVICE  AMD QT         3,316.0      (413.0)     925.0
ADV MICRO DEVICE  AMD* MM        3,316.0      (413.0)     925.0
ADV MICRO DEVICE  AMDCHF EU      3,316.0      (413.0)     925.0
ADV MICRO DEVICE  AMD SW         3,316.0      (413.0)     925.0
ADV MICRO DEVICE  AMD US         3,316.0      (413.0)     925.0
ADV MICRO DEVICE  AMDUSD SW      3,316.0      (413.0)     925.0
ADVANCED EMISSIO  ADES US           36.6       (10.5)     (11.2)
ADVANCEPIERRE FO  APFH US        1,149.4      (335.7)     180.5
ADVANCEPIERRE FO  APFHEUR EU     1,149.4      (335.7)     180.5
ADVENT SOFTWARE   ADVS US          424.8       (50.1)    (110.8)
AERIE PHARMACEUT  AERIEUR EU       120.1       (17.4)      94.1
AERIE PHARMACEUT  0P0 GR           120.1       (17.4)      94.1
AERIE PHARMACEUT  AERI US          120.1       (17.4)      94.1
AEROJET ROCKETDY  AJRDEUR EU     2,000.1      (108.0)     100.6
AEROJET ROCKETDY  AJRD US        2,000.1      (108.0)     100.6
AEROJET ROCKETDY  GCY GR         2,000.1      (108.0)     100.6
AIR CANADA        AC CN         14,539.0      (673.0)    (496.0)
AIR CANADA        ACDVF US      14,539.0      (673.0)    (496.0)
AIR CANADA        ACEUR EU      14,539.0      (673.0)    (496.0)
AIR CANADA        ADH2 GR       14,539.0      (673.0)    (496.0)
AIR CANADA        ADH2 TH       14,539.0      (673.0)    (496.0)
AK STEEL HLDG     AK2 TH         3,918.3      (300.6)     665.0
AK STEEL HLDG     AKS* MM        3,918.3      (300.6)     665.0
AK STEEL HLDG     AKS US         3,918.3      (300.6)     665.0
AK STEEL HLDG     AK2 GR         3,918.3      (300.6)     665.0
AMER RESTAUR-LP   ICTPU US          33.5        (4.0)      (6.2)
AMYLIN PHARMACEU  AMLN US        1,998.7       (42.4)     263.0
APPTIO INC-CL A   APTI US          107.5       (17.7)      (8.0)
ARCH COAL INC     ACIIQ* MM      4,685.2    (1,627.0)     713.1
ARIAD PHARM       ARIAEUR EU       624.4       (37.9)     206.5
ARIAD PHARM       ARIA US          624.4       (37.9)     206.5
ARIAD PHARM       APS TH           624.4       (37.9)     206.5
ARIAD PHARM       APS GR           624.4       (37.9)     206.5
ARIAD PHARM       ARIA SW          624.4       (37.9)     206.5
ARIAD PHARM       APS QT           624.4       (37.9)     206.5
ARIAD PHARM       ARIACHF EU       624.4       (37.9)     206.5
ARRAY BIOPHARMA   ARRYEUR EU       168.9       (37.9)     102.9
ARRAY BIOPHARMA   AR2 TH           168.9       (37.9)     102.9
ARRAY BIOPHARMA   AR2 QT           168.9       (37.9)     102.9
ARRAY BIOPHARMA   ARRY US          168.9       (37.9)     102.9
ARRAY BIOPHARMA   AR2 GR           168.9       (37.9)     102.9
ASPEN TECHNOLOGY  AZPNEUR EU       419.7       (75.0)     (71.3)
ASPEN TECHNOLOGY  AZPN US          419.7       (75.0)     (71.3)
ASPEN TECHNOLOGY  AST GR           419.7       (75.0)     (71.3)
ASPEN TECHNOLOGY  AST TH           419.7       (75.0)     (71.3)
AUTOZONE INC      AZO US         8,464.1    (1,863.3)    (422.1)
AUTOZONE INC      AZ5 GR         8,464.1    (1,863.3)    (422.1)
AUTOZONE INC      AZ5 TH         8,464.1    (1,863.3)    (422.1)
AUTOZONE INC      AZOEUR EU      8,464.1    (1,863.3)    (422.1)
AUTOZONE INC      AZ5 QT         8,464.1    (1,863.3)    (422.1)
AVID TECHNOLOGY   AVD GR           273.7      (289.0)     (88.5)
AVID TECHNOLOGY   AVID US          273.7      (289.0)     (88.5)
AVINTIV SPECIALT  POLGA US       1,991.4        (3.9)     322.1
AVON - BDR        AVON34 BZ      3,638.1      (397.3)     702.1
AVON PRODUCTS     AVP CI         3,638.1      (397.3)     702.1
AVON PRODUCTS     AVP* MM        3,638.1      (397.3)     702.1
AVON PRODUCTS     AVP US         3,638.1      (397.3)     702.1
AVON PRODUCTS     AVP TH         3,638.1      (397.3)     702.1
AVON PRODUCTS     AVP GR         3,638.1      (397.3)     702.1
BARRACUDA NETWOR  7BM GR           430.7       (19.3)     (28.8)
BARRACUDA NETWOR  CUDA US          430.7       (19.3)     (28.8)
BARRACUDA NETWOR  CUDAEUR EU       430.7       (19.3)     (28.8)
BARRACUDA NETWOR  7BM QT           430.7       (19.3)     (28.8)
BENEFITFOCUS INC  BTF GR           164.8       (31.8)      (0.2)
BENEFITFOCUS INC  BNFT US          164.8       (31.8)      (0.2)
BLUE BIRD CORP    BLBD US          310.3       (99.1)      (7.6)
BLUE BIRD CORP    1291067D US      310.3       (99.1)      (7.6)
BOMBARDIER INC-B  BBDBN MM      23,871.0    (3,918.0)   1,670.0
BOMBARDIER-B OLD  BBDYB BB      23,871.0    (3,918.0)   1,670.0
BOMBARDIER-B W/I  BBD/W CN      23,871.0    (3,918.0)   1,670.0
BRINKER INTL      EAT US         1,472.7      (213.1)    (255.7)
BRINKER INTL      EAT2EUR EU     1,472.7      (213.1)    (255.7)
BRINKER INTL      BKJ GR         1,472.7      (213.1)    (255.7)
BROOKFIELD REAL   BRE CN            98.8       (29.4)       1.0
BRP INC/CA-SUB V  BRPIF US       2,204.8       (73.9)      63.7
BRP INC/CA-SUB V  B15A GR        2,204.8       (73.9)      63.7
BRP INC/CA-SUB V  DOO CN         2,204.8       (73.9)      63.7
BUFFALO COAL COR  BUC SJ            48.1       (17.9)       0.3
BURLINGTON STORE  BURL* MM       2,566.3      (103.7)      93.1
BURLINGTON STORE  BUI GR         2,566.3      (103.7)      93.1
BURLINGTON STORE  BURL US        2,566.3      (103.7)      93.1
CAESARS ENTERTAI  C08 GR        12,117.0       (96.0)  (2,233.0)
CAESARS ENTERTAI  CZR US        12,117.0       (96.0)  (2,233.0)
CALIFORNIA RESOU  1CLB QT        6,476.0    (1,045.0)    (206.0)
CALIFORNIA RESOU  1CLB GR        6,476.0    (1,045.0)    (206.0)
CALIFORNIA RESOU  CRC US         6,476.0    (1,045.0)    (206.0)
CALIFORNIA RESOU  CRCEUR EU      6,476.0    (1,045.0)    (206.0)
CALIFORNIA RESOU  1CL TH         6,476.0    (1,045.0)    (206.0)
CAMBIUM LEARNING  ABCD US          133.8       (69.9)     (55.1)
CARBONITE INC     CARB US          133.4        (2.1)     (39.9)
CARBONITE INC     4CB GR           133.4        (2.1)     (39.9)
CARRIZO OIL&GAS   CO1 GR         1,457.6      (110.4)    (103.8)
CARRIZO OIL&GAS   CRZOEUR EU     1,457.6      (110.4)    (103.8)
CARRIZO OIL&GAS   CRZO US        1,457.6      (110.4)    (103.8)
CARRIZO OIL&GAS   CO1 TH         1,457.6      (110.4)    (103.8)
CASELLA WASTE     WA3 GR           631.6       (22.2)      (6.0)
CASELLA WASTE     CWST US          631.6       (22.2)      (6.0)
CEB INC           FC9 GR         1,509.2       (71.7)    (153.6)
CEB INC           CEB US         1,509.2       (71.7)    (153.6)
CEDAR FAIR LP     7CF GR         2,072.4       (28.4)    (104.7)
CEDAR FAIR LP     FUN US         2,072.4       (28.4)    (104.7)
CENTENNIAL COMM   CYCL US        1,480.9      (925.9)     (52.1)
CHOICE HOTELS     CZH GR           843.4      (373.8)     118.7
CHOICE HOTELS     CHH US           843.4      (373.8)     118.7
CINCINNATI BELL   CIB GR         1,423.2      (217.0)     (48.0)
CINCINNATI BELL   CBB US         1,423.2      (217.0)     (48.0)
CLEAR CHANNEL-A   CCO US         5,698.1      (966.4)     682.6
CLEAR CHANNEL-A   C7C GR         5,698.1      (966.4)     682.6
CLEARSIDE BIOMED  CLM GR             4.5        (4.3)       1.2
CLEARSIDE BIOMED  CLSD US            4.5        (4.3)       1.2
CLIFFS NATURAL R  CVA GR         1,851.0    (1,678.9)     403.1
CLIFFS NATURAL R  CVA TH         1,851.0    (1,678.9)     403.1
CLIFFS NATURAL R  CLF* MM        1,851.0    (1,678.9)     403.1
CLIFFS NATURAL R  CLF2EUR EU     1,851.0    (1,678.9)     403.1
CLIFFS NATURAL R  CLF US         1,851.0    (1,678.9)     403.1
CLIFFS NATURAL R  CVA QT         1,851.0    (1,678.9)     403.1
COGENT COMMUNICA  CCOI US          626.4       (29.4)     142.2
COGENT COMMUNICA  OGM1 GR          626.4       (29.4)     142.2
COHERUS BIOSCIEN  CHRSEUR EU       251.1       (61.9)     128.6
COHERUS BIOSCIEN  8C5 GR           251.1       (61.9)     128.6
COHERUS BIOSCIEN  8C5 TH           251.1       (61.9)     128.6
COHERUS BIOSCIEN  CHRS US          251.1       (61.9)     128.6
COMMUNICATION     CSAL US        2,851.7    (1,247.6)       -
COMMUNICATION     8XC GR         2,851.7    (1,247.6)       -
CPI CARD GROUP I  PMTS US          277.1       (91.0)      56.9
CPI CARD GROUP I  PNT CN           277.1       (91.0)      56.9
CPI CARD GROUP I  CPB GR           277.1       (91.0)      56.9
CVR NITROGEN LP   RNF US           241.4      (166.3)      12.0
CYAN INC          CYNI US          112.1       (18.4)      56.9
CYAN INC          YCN GR           112.1       (18.4)      56.9
DELEK LOGISTICS   DKL US           381.8        (9.3)      15.3
DELEK LOGISTICS   D6L GR           381.8        (9.3)      15.3
DENNY'S CORP      DENN US          293.2       (52.7)     (44.5)
DENNY'S CORP      DE8 GR           293.2       (52.7)     (44.5)
DIRECTV           DTV US        25,321.0    (3,463.0)   1,360.0
DIRECTV           DTV CI        25,321.0    (3,463.0)   1,360.0
DIRECTV           DTVEUR EU     25,321.0    (3,463.0)   1,360.0
DOMINO'S PIZZA    EZV TH           652.3    (1,914.8)      93.7
DOMINO'S PIZZA    DPZ US           652.3    (1,914.8)      93.7
DOMINO'S PIZZA    EZV GR           652.3    (1,914.8)      93.7
DPL INC           DPL US         2,931.4      (173.0)    (496.5)
DUN & BRADSTREET  DNB1EUR EU     2,162.9    (1,076.9)     (85.0)
DUN & BRADSTREET  DB5 GR         2,162.9    (1,076.9)     (85.0)
DUN & BRADSTREET  DNB US         2,162.9    (1,076.9)     (85.0)
DUNKIN' BRANDS G  2DB TH         3,130.4      (203.7)     147.1
DUNKIN' BRANDS G  DNKN US        3,130.4      (203.7)     147.1
DUNKIN' BRANDS G  DNKNEUR EU     3,130.4      (203.7)     147.1
DUNKIN' BRANDS G  2DB GR         3,130.4      (203.7)     147.1
DURATA THERAPEUT  DRTXEUR EU        82.1       (16.1)      11.7
DURATA THERAPEUT  DTA GR            82.1       (16.1)      11.7
DURATA THERAPEUT  DRTX US           82.1       (16.1)      11.7
EASTMAN KODAK CO  KODK US        2,042.0       (39.0)     859.0
EASTMAN KODAK CO  KODN GR        2,042.0       (39.0)     859.0
EDGEN GROUP INC   EDG US           883.8        (0.8)     409.2
ENERGIZER HOLDIN  ENR US         1,596.8        (2.8)     655.7
ENERGIZER HOLDIN  ENR-WEUR EU    1,596.8        (2.8)     655.7
ENERGIZER HOLDIN  EGG GR         1,596.8        (2.8)     655.7
EPL OIL & GAS IN  EPL US           463.6    (1,080.5)  (1,301.7)
EPL OIL & GAS IN  EPA1 GR          463.6    (1,080.5)  (1,301.7)
ERIN ENERGY CORP  ERN SJ           349.0      (159.2)    (257.2)
EVERBRIDGE INC    EVBG US           48.9       (20.9)     (28.6)
EVERBRIDGE INC    2E7 GR            48.9       (20.9)     (28.6)
EVERBRIDGE INC    EVBGEUR EU        48.9       (20.9)     (28.6)
EXELIXIS INC      EX9 GR           477.1      (186.1)     160.6
EXELIXIS INC      EXEL US          477.1      (186.1)     160.6
EXELIXIS INC      EX9 TH           477.1      (186.1)     160.6
EXELIXIS INC      EXELEUR EU       477.1      (186.1)     160.6
EXELIXIS INC      EX9 QT           477.1      (186.1)     160.6
FAIRMOUNT SANTRO  FMSAEUR EU     1,109.1      (159.6)     147.3
FAIRMOUNT SANTRO  FM1 GR         1,109.1      (159.6)     147.3
FAIRMOUNT SANTRO  FMSA US        1,109.1      (159.6)     147.3
FAIRPOINT COMMUN  FONN GR        1,279.3       (23.7)       9.7
FAIRPOINT COMMUN  FRP US         1,279.3       (23.7)       9.7
FERRELLGAS-LP     FGP US         1,683.3      (651.8)     (77.1)
FERRELLGAS-LP     FEG GR         1,683.3      (651.8)     (77.1)
FIFTH STREET ASS  FSAM US          166.3       (11.1)       -
FIFTH STREET ASS  7FS TH           166.3       (11.1)       -
FORESIGHT ENERGY  FELP US        1,746.6       (45.9)  (1,325.6)
FORESIGHT ENERGY  FHR GR         1,746.6       (45.9)  (1,325.6)
FREESCALE SEMICO  1FS QT         3,159.0    (3,079.0)   1,264.0
FREESCALE SEMICO  1FS GR         3,159.0    (3,079.0)   1,264.0
FREESCALE SEMICO  FSL US         3,159.0    (3,079.0)   1,264.0
FREESCALE SEMICO  1FS TH         3,159.0    (3,079.0)   1,264.0
FREESCALE SEMICO  FSLEUR EU      3,159.0    (3,079.0)   1,264.0
GAMCO INVESTO-A   GBL US           113.9      (223.5)       -
GARDA WRLD -CL A  GW CN          1,842.9      (396.1)     105.2
GARTNER INC       IT US          2,304.5       (52.8)    (153.6)
GARTNER INC       GGRA GR        2,304.5       (52.8)    (153.6)
GARTNER INC       IT* MM         2,304.5       (52.8)    (153.6)
GCP APPLIED TECH  43G GR         1,034.5      (149.7)     254.9
GCP APPLIED TECH  GCP US         1,034.5      (149.7)     254.9
GENTIVA HEALTH    GHT GR         1,225.2      (285.2)     130.0
GENTIVA HEALTH    GTIV US        1,225.2      (285.2)     130.0
GLG PARTNERS INC  GLG US           400.0      (285.6)     156.9
GLG PARTNERS-UTS  GLG/U US         400.0      (285.6)     156.9
GRAHAM PACKAGING  GRM US         2,947.5      (520.8)     298.5
GUIDANCE SOFTWAR  GUID US           71.8        (1.7)     (22.1)
GUIDANCE SOFTWAR  ZTT GR            71.8        (1.7)     (22.1)
GYMBOREE CORP/TH  GYMB US        1,162.6      (309.2)      28.7
HALCON RESOURCES  HK US          2,453.8      (672.6)  (2,780.0)
HALCON RESOURCES  HKEUR EU       2,453.8      (672.6)  (2,780.0)
HALCON RESOURCES  RAQK GR        2,453.8      (672.6)  (2,780.0)
HCA HOLDINGS INC  2BH GR        33,205.0    (6,498.0)   3,699.0
HCA HOLDINGS INC  HCA US        33,205.0    (6,498.0)   3,699.0
HCA HOLDINGS INC  2BH TH        33,205.0    (6,498.0)   3,699.0
HCA HOLDINGS INC  HCAEUR EU     33,205.0    (6,498.0)   3,699.0
HECKMANN CORP-U   HEK/U US         421.9       (75.1)     (51.4)
HEWLETT-PACKA-WI  HPQ-W US      27,224.0    (3,926.0)    (712.0)
HORSEHEAD HOLDIN  ZINCQ* MM        308.7      (279.4)     (48.4)
HOVNANIAN-A-WI    HOV-W US       2,388.8      (151.9)   1,377.8
HP COMPANY-BDR    HPQB34 BZ     27,224.0    (3,926.0)    (712.0)
HP INC            HPQUSD SW     27,224.0    (3,926.0)    (712.0)
HP INC            HWP QT        27,224.0    (3,926.0)    (712.0)
HP INC            HPQ TE        27,224.0    (3,926.0)    (712.0)
HP INC            HPQ* MM       27,224.0    (3,926.0)    (712.0)
HP INC            7HP TH        27,224.0    (3,926.0)    (712.0)
HP INC            HPQ CI        27,224.0    (3,926.0)    (712.0)
HP INC            HPQ US        27,224.0    (3,926.0)    (712.0)
HP INC            HPQCHF EU     27,224.0    (3,926.0)    (712.0)
HP INC            7HP GR        27,224.0    (3,926.0)    (712.0)
HP INC            HPQ SW        27,224.0    (3,926.0)    (712.0)
HUGHES TELEMATIC  HUTCU US         110.2      (101.6)    (113.8)
IBI GROUP INC     IBG CN           257.9       (13.2)     118.6
IDEXX LABS        IDXX US        1,489.2        (8.5)      (1.7)
IDEXX LABS        IX1 QT         1,489.2        (8.5)      (1.7)
IDEXX LABS        IX1 TH         1,489.2        (8.5)      (1.7)
IDEXX LABS        IX1 GR         1,489.2        (8.5)      (1.7)
IMMUNOMEDICS INC  IM3 TH            57.0       (57.5)      37.5
IMMUNOMEDICS INC  IMMU US           57.0       (57.5)      37.5
INFOR ACQUISIT-A  IAC/A CN         233.2        (2.7)       1.8
INFOR ACQUISITIO  IAC-U CN         233.2        (2.7)       1.8
INFOR US INC      LWSN US        6,048.5      (796.8)    (226.4)
INNOVIVA INC      HVE GR           378.1      (363.1)     175.8
INNOVIVA INC      INVA US          378.1      (363.1)     175.8
INTERNATIONAL WI  ITWG US          325.1       (11.5)      95.4
INTERUPS INC      ITUP US            0.0        (0.3)      (0.3)
INVENTIV HEALTH   VTIV US        2,167.0      (791.3)     142.1
IPCS INC          IPCS US          559.2       (33.0)      72.1
ISRAMCO INC       ISRLEUR EU       145.1        (0.9)      14.0
ISRAMCO INC       IRM GR           145.1        (0.9)      14.0
ISRAMCO INC       ISRL US          145.1        (0.9)      14.0
ISTA PHARMACEUTI  ISTA US          124.7       (64.8)       2.2
J CREW GROUP INC  JCG US         1,455.8      (786.1)      86.9
JACK IN THE BOX   JACK US        1,291.5      (167.5)     (85.1)
JACK IN THE BOX   JBX GR         1,291.5      (167.5)     (85.1)
JACK IN THE BOX   JACK1EUR EU    1,291.5      (167.5)     (85.1)
JUST ENERGY GROU  JE CN          1,229.1      (191.7)    (118.1)
JUST ENERGY GROU  1JE GR         1,229.1      (191.7)    (118.1)
JUST ENERGY GROU  JE US          1,229.1      (191.7)    (118.1)
KADMON HOLDINGS   KDMN US           45.9      (256.6)     (33.4)
L BRANDS INC      LBEUR EU       7,541.0    (1,129.0)   1,141.0
L BRANDS INC      LB US          7,541.0    (1,129.0)   1,141.0
L BRANDS INC      LTD TH         7,541.0    (1,129.0)   1,141.0
L BRANDS INC      LB* MM         7,541.0    (1,129.0)   1,141.0
L BRANDS INC      LTD GR         7,541.0    (1,129.0)   1,141.0
L BRANDS INC      LTD QT         7,541.0    (1,129.0)   1,141.0
LANTHEUS HOLDING  LNTH US          259.3      (166.4)      78.9
LANTHEUS HOLDING  0L8 GR           259.3      (166.4)      78.9
LEAP WIRELESS     LWI TH         4,662.9      (125.1)     346.9
LEAP WIRELESS     LEAP US        4,662.9      (125.1)     346.9
LEAP WIRELESS     LWI GR         4,662.9      (125.1)     346.9
LEE ENTERPRISES   LEE US           715.2      (122.1)     (24.8)
LEE ENTERPRISES   LEE1EUR EU       715.2      (122.1)     (24.8)
LEE ENTERPRISES   LE7 GR           715.2      (122.1)     (24.8)
LORILLARD INC     LLV GR         4,154.0    (2,134.0)   1,135.0
LORILLARD INC     LLV TH         4,154.0    (2,134.0)   1,135.0
LORILLARD INC     LO US          4,154.0    (2,134.0)   1,135.0
MADISON-A/NEW-WI  MSGN-W US        806.5    (1,120.0)     168.7
MANITOWOC FOOD    MFS1EUR EU     1,807.0      (111.1)      19.1
MANITOWOC FOOD    6M6 GR         1,807.0      (111.1)      19.1
MANITOWOC FOOD    MFS US         1,807.0      (111.1)      19.1
MANNKIND CORP     MNKD IT          139.4      (366.6)    (198.9)
MARRIOTT INTL-A   MAR US         6,650.0    (3,462.0)  (1,285.0)
MARRIOTT INTL-A   MAQ GR         6,650.0    (3,462.0)  (1,285.0)
MARRIOTT INTL-A   MAQ TH         6,650.0    (3,462.0)  (1,285.0)
MARRIOTT INTL-A   MAQ QT         6,650.0    (3,462.0)  (1,285.0)
MCBC HOLDINGS IN  1SG GR            82.5        (8.4)     (26.3)
MCBC HOLDINGS IN  MCFT US           82.5        (8.4)     (26.3)
MDC COMM-W/I      MDZ/W CN       1,616.2      (457.3)    (268.2)
MDC PARTNERS-A    MDZ/A CN       1,616.2      (457.3)    (268.2)
MDC PARTNERS-A    MDCA US        1,616.2      (457.3)    (268.2)
MDC PARTNERS-A    MDCAEUR EU     1,616.2      (457.3)    (268.2)
MDC PARTNERS-EXC  MDZ/N CN       1,616.2      (457.3)    (268.2)
MEAD JOHNSON      MJN US         4,028.6      (519.4)   1,459.4
MEAD JOHNSON      0MJA GR        4,028.6      (519.4)   1,459.4
MEAD JOHNSON      0MJA TH        4,028.6      (519.4)   1,459.4
MEAD JOHNSON      MJNEUR EU      4,028.6      (519.4)   1,459.4
MEDLEY MANAGE-A   MDLY US          107.6       (30.3)      38.7
MERITOR INC       MTOR US        2,084.0      (596.0)     155.0
MERITOR INC       MTOREUR EU     2,084.0      (596.0)     155.0
MERITOR INC       AID1 GR        2,084.0      (596.0)     155.0
MERRIMACK PHARMA  MP6 QT           150.0      (201.6)      28.1
MERRIMACK PHARMA  MACKEUR EU       150.0      (201.6)      28.1
MERRIMACK PHARMA  MP6 GR           150.0      (201.6)      28.1
MERRIMACK PHARMA  MACK US          150.0      (201.6)      28.1
MICHAELS COS INC  MIK US         2,001.0    (1,707.8)     531.0
MICHAELS COS INC  MIM GR         2,001.0    (1,707.8)     531.0
MIDSTATES PETROL  MPO1EUR EU       729.3    (1,495.1)      12.9
MONEYGRAM INTERN  MGI US         4,290.8      (221.2)     (12.5)
MOODY'S CORP      MCOEUR EU      5,044.9      (369.5)   1,883.7
MOODY'S CORP      DUT GR         5,044.9      (369.5)   1,883.7
MOODY'S CORP      MCO US         5,044.9      (369.5)   1,883.7
MOODY'S CORP      DUT TH         5,044.9      (369.5)   1,883.7
MOTOROLA SOLUTIO  MSI US         8,467.0      (678.0)   1,502.0
MOTOROLA SOLUTIO  MTLA QT        8,467.0      (678.0)   1,502.0
MOTOROLA SOLUTIO  MTLA TH        8,467.0      (678.0)   1,502.0
MOTOROLA SOLUTIO  MOT TE         8,467.0      (678.0)   1,502.0
MOTOROLA SOLUTIO  MTLA GR        8,467.0      (678.0)   1,502.0
MPG OFFICE TRUST  1052394D US    1,280.0      (437.3)       -
MSG NETWORKS- A   MSGN US          806.5    (1,120.0)     168.7
MSG NETWORKS- A   MSGNEUR EU       806.5    (1,120.0)     168.7
MSG NETWORKS- A   1M4 GR           806.5    (1,120.0)     168.7
MSG NETWORKS- A   1M4 TH           806.5    (1,120.0)     168.7
NATHANS FAMOUS    NFA GR            77.7       (70.5)      51.9
NATHANS FAMOUS    NATH US           77.7       (70.5)      51.9
NATIONAL CINEMED  NCMI US        1,045.7      (166.4)      91.5
NATIONAL CINEMED  XWM GR         1,045.7      (166.4)      91.5
NAVIDEA BIOPHARM  NAVB IT            8.7       (63.9)     (55.5)
NAVISTAR INTL     IHR QT         5,719.0    (5,134.0)     239.0
NAVISTAR INTL     NAV US         5,719.0    (5,134.0)     239.0
NAVISTAR INTL     IHR TH         5,719.0    (5,134.0)     239.0
NAVISTAR INTL     IHR GR         5,719.0    (5,134.0)     239.0
NEFF CORP-CL A    NFO GR           681.2      (163.1)       2.3
NEFF CORP-CL A    NEFF US          681.2      (163.1)       2.3
NEKTAR THERAPEUT  NKTR US          463.1       (39.3)     239.0
NEKTAR THERAPEUT  ITH GR           463.1       (39.3)     239.0
NEW ENG RLTY-LP   NEN US           193.6       (31.2)       -
NTELOS HOLDINGS   NTLS US          611.1       (39.9)     104.9
OCH-ZIFF CAPIT-A  OZM US         1,375.1      (356.2)       -
OCH-ZIFF CAPIT-A  35OA GR        1,375.1      (356.2)       -
OMEROS CORP       OMEREUR EU        46.1       (49.0)      18.0
OMEROS CORP       3O8 GR            46.1       (49.0)      18.0
OMEROS CORP       3O8 TH            46.1       (49.0)      18.0
OMEROS CORP       OMER US           46.1       (49.0)      18.0
OMTHERA PHARMACE  OMTH US           18.3        (8.5)     (12.0)
ONCOMED PHARMACE  OMED US          181.9       (43.5)     121.7
ONCOMED PHARMACE  O0M GR           181.9       (43.5)     121.7
PALM INC          PALM US        1,007.2        (6.2)     141.7
PAPA JOHN'S INTL  PZZA US          487.2        (9.3)      18.4
PAPA JOHN'S INTL  PP1 GR           487.2        (9.3)      18.4
PBF LOGISTICS LP  PBFX US          458.6      (128.0)      65.8
PBF LOGISTICS LP  11P GR           458.6      (128.0)      65.8
PENN NATL GAMING  PENN US        5,142.8      (606.9)    (197.8)
PENN NATL GAMING  PN1 GR         5,142.8      (606.9)    (197.8)
PHILIP MORRIS IN  PMI EB        34,802.0   (10,799.0)   3,374.0
PHILIP MORRIS IN  4I1 GR        34,802.0   (10,799.0)   3,374.0
PHILIP MORRIS IN  PM FP         34,802.0   (10,799.0)   3,374.0
PHILIP MORRIS IN  4I1 TH        34,802.0   (10,799.0)   3,374.0
PHILIP MORRIS IN  PM1 TE        34,802.0   (10,799.0)   3,374.0
PHILIP MORRIS IN  PM1EUR EU     34,802.0   (10,799.0)   3,374.0
PHILIP MORRIS IN  4I1 QT        34,802.0   (10,799.0)   3,374.0
PHILIP MORRIS IN  PM US         34,802.0   (10,799.0)   3,374.0
PHILIP MORRIS IN  PMI1 IX       34,802.0   (10,799.0)   3,374.0
PHILIP MORRIS IN  PM1CHF EU     34,802.0   (10,799.0)   3,374.0
PHILIP MORRIS IN  PMI SW        34,802.0   (10,799.0)   3,374.0
PINNACLE ENTERTA  PNK US         3,966.8      (332.9)    (106.8)
PINNACLE ENTERTA  65P GR         3,966.8      (332.9)    (106.8)
PLAYBOY ENTERP-A  PLA/A US         165.8       (54.4)     (16.9)
PLAYBOY ENTERP-B  PLA US           165.8       (54.4)     (16.9)
PLY GEM HOLDINGS  PGEM US        1,292.6       (57.6)     280.6
PLY GEM HOLDINGS  PG6 GR         1,292.6       (57.6)     280.6
POLYMER GROUP-B   POLGB US       1,991.4        (3.9)     322.1
PROTECTION ONE    PONE US          562.9       (61.8)      (7.6)
QUALITY DISTRIBU  QDZ GR           413.0       (22.9)     102.9
QUALITY DISTRIBU  QLTY US          413.0       (22.9)     102.9
QUINTILES TRANSN  Q US           3,962.8      (228.7)     836.3
QUINTILES TRANSN  QTS GR         3,962.8      (228.7)     836.3
REATA PHARMACE-A  RETA US          114.4      (212.1)      52.9
REATA PHARMACE-A  2R3 GR           114.4      (212.1)      52.9
REGAL ENTERTAI-A  RGC US         2,572.9      (872.3)     (86.1)
REGAL ENTERTAI-A  RGC* MM        2,572.9      (872.3)     (86.1)
REGAL ENTERTAI-A  RETA GR        2,572.9      (872.3)     (86.1)
RENAISSANCE LEA   RLRN US           57.0       (28.2)     (31.4)
RENTECH NITROGEN  2RN GR           241.4      (166.3)      12.0
RENTPATH LLC      PRM US           208.0       (91.7)       3.6
RESOLUTE ENERGY   R21 GR           317.5      (321.8)      15.2
RESOLUTE ENERGY   RENEUR EU        317.5      (321.8)      15.2
RESOLUTE ENERGY   REN US           317.5      (321.8)      15.2
REVLON INC-A      REV US         1,914.8      (561.7)     296.2
REVLON INC-A      RVL1 GR        1,914.8      (561.7)     296.2
RLJ ACQUISITI-UT  RLJAU US         127.7       (14.8)      18.1
ROUNDY'S INC      RNDY US        1,095.7       (92.7)      59.7
ROUNDY'S INC      4R1 GR         1,095.7       (92.7)      59.7
RURAL/METRO CORP  RURL US          303.7       (92.1)      72.4
RYERSON HOLDING   7RY GR         1,630.0      (112.1)     679.6
RYERSON HOLDING   RYI US         1,630.0      (112.1)     679.6
RYERSON HOLDING   7RY TH         1,630.0      (112.1)     679.6
SALLY BEAUTY HOL  SBH US         2,091.1      (282.9)     690.6
SALLY BEAUTY HOL  S7V GR         2,091.1      (282.9)     690.6
SANCHEZ ENERGY C  SN* MM         1,240.5      (703.2)     288.2
SANCHEZ ENERGY C  SN US          1,240.5      (703.2)     288.2
SANCHEZ ENERGY C  13S GR         1,240.5      (703.2)     288.2
SANCHEZ ENERGY C  13S TH         1,240.5      (703.2)     288.2
SBA COMM CORP-A   SBACEUR EU     7,436.3    (1,607.6)    (513.6)
SBA COMM CORP-A   SBAC US        7,436.3    (1,607.6)    (513.6)
SBA COMM CORP-A   SBJ TH         7,436.3    (1,607.6)    (513.6)
SBA COMM CORP-A   SBJ GR         7,436.3    (1,607.6)    (513.6)
SCIENTIFIC GAM-A  SGMS US        7,465.1    (1,666.9)     491.7
SCIENTIFIC GAM-A  TJW GR         7,465.1    (1,666.9)     491.7
SEARS HOLDINGS    SEE GR        10,614.0    (2,693.0)     672.0
SEARS HOLDINGS    SHLD US       10,614.0    (2,693.0)     672.0
SEARS HOLDINGS    SEE QT        10,614.0    (2,693.0)     672.0
SEARS HOLDINGS    SEE TH        10,614.0    (2,693.0)     672.0
SILVER SPRING NE  SSNIEUR EU       449.4       (12.3)      15.2
SILVER SPRING NE  9SI GR           449.4       (12.3)      15.2
SILVER SPRING NE  9SI TH           449.4       (12.3)      15.2
SILVER SPRING NE  SSNI US          449.4       (12.3)      15.2
SIRIUS XM CANADA  SIICF US         304.7      (135.3)    (170.2)
SIRIUS XM CANADA  XSR CN           304.7      (135.3)    (170.2)
SIRIUS XM HOLDIN  RDO TH         8,139.8      (775.1)  (1,605.5)
SIRIUS XM HOLDIN  SIRI US        8,139.8      (775.1)  (1,605.5)
SIRIUS XM HOLDIN  RDO GR         8,139.8      (775.1)  (1,605.5)
SONIC CORP        SONCEUR EU       679.7       (58.5)      98.7
SONIC CORP        SO4 GR           679.7       (58.5)      98.7
SONIC CORP        SONC US          679.7       (58.5)      98.7
SUPERVALU INC     SVU* MM        4,373.0      (383.0)     203.0
SUPERVALU INC     SVU US         4,373.0      (383.0)     203.0
SUPERVALU INC     SJ1 TH         4,373.0      (383.0)     203.0
SUPERVALU INC     SJ1 QT         4,373.0      (383.0)     203.0
SUPERVALU INC     SJ1 GR         4,373.0      (383.0)     203.0
TAILORED BRANDS   WRMA GR        2,184.6       (88.7)     719.8
TAILORED BRANDS   TLRD* MM       2,184.6       (88.7)     719.8
TAILORED BRANDS   TLRD US        2,184.6       (88.7)     719.8
TAUBMAN CENTERS   TCO US         3,786.8       (36.5)       -
TAUBMAN CENTERS   TU8 GR         3,786.8       (36.5)       -
TRANSDIGM GROUP   T7D GR        10,570.5      (808.2)   2,204.8
TRANSDIGM GROUP   TDG SW        10,570.5      (808.2)   2,204.8
TRANSDIGM GROUP   TDGCHF EU     10,570.5      (808.2)   2,204.8
TRANSDIGM GROUP   TDG US        10,570.5      (808.2)   2,204.8
TRANSDIGM GROUP   TDGEUR EU     10,570.5      (808.2)   2,204.8
TRANSDIGM GROUP   T7D QT        10,570.5      (808.2)   2,204.8
ULTRA PETROLEUM   UPM GR         1,292.9    (2,996.0)     259.4
ULTRA PETROLEUM   UPLMQ US       1,292.9    (2,996.0)     259.4
ULTRA PETROLEUM   UPLEUR EU      1,292.9    (2,996.0)     259.4
UNISYS CORP       USY1 TH        2,241.6    (1,273.6)     310.3
UNISYS CORP       UISEUR EU      2,241.6    (1,273.6)     310.3
UNISYS CORP       USY1 GR        2,241.6    (1,273.6)     310.3
UNISYS CORP       UISCHF EU      2,241.6    (1,273.6)     310.3
UNISYS CORP       UIS US         2,241.6    (1,273.6)     310.3
UNISYS CORP       UIS1 SW        2,241.6    (1,273.6)     310.3
VALVOLINE INC     VVV US         1,634.0      (634.0)      78.0
VALVOLINE INC     0V4 GR         1,634.0      (634.0)      78.0
VECTOR GROUP LTD  VGR QT         1,479.5      (175.4)     584.8
VECTOR GROUP LTD  VGR GR         1,479.5      (175.4)     584.8
VECTOR GROUP LTD  VGR US         1,479.5      (175.4)     584.8
VENOCO INC        VQ US            295.3      (483.7)    (509.8)
VERISIGN INC      VRSN US        2,314.2    (1,127.3)     468.5
VERISIGN INC      VRS GR         2,314.2    (1,127.3)     468.5
VERISIGN INC      VRS TH         2,314.2    (1,127.3)     468.5
VERIZON TELEMATI  HUTC US          110.2      (101.6)    (113.8)
VERSO CORP - A    VRS US         2,523.0    (1,302.0)      57.0
VIEWRAY INC       VRAY US           47.9       (31.1)       2.8
VIRGIN MOBILE-A   VM US            307.4      (244.2)    (138.3)
WEIGHT WATCHERS   WTW US         1,265.8    (1,266.4)    (146.1)
WEIGHT WATCHERS   WW6 GR         1,265.8    (1,266.4)    (146.1)
WEIGHT WATCHERS   WW6 TH         1,265.8    (1,266.4)    (146.1)
WEIGHT WATCHERS   WTWEUR EU      1,265.8    (1,266.4)    (146.1)
WEST CORP         WT2 GR         3,546.6      (522.4)     269.5
WEST CORP         WSTC US        3,546.6      (522.4)     269.5
WESTMORELAND COA  WLB US         1,743.2      (573.1)     (41.5)
WINGSTOP INC      WING US          116.8        (0.1)       6.7
WINGSTOP INC      EWG GR           116.8        (0.1)       6.7
WINMARK CORP      WINA US           42.8       (21.9)      13.6
WINMARK CORP      GBZ GR            42.8       (21.9)      13.6
YRC WORLDWIDE IN  YEL1 TH        1,886.0      (359.8)     271.7
YRC WORLDWIDE IN  YEL1 GR        1,886.0      (359.8)     271.7
YRC WORLDWIDE IN  YRCWEUR EU     1,886.0      (359.8)     271.7
YRC WORLDWIDE IN  YRCW US        1,886.0      (359.8)     271.7
YUM! BRANDS INC   TGR QT         8,184.0      (331.0)    (400.0)
YUM! BRANDS INC   TGR TH         8,184.0      (331.0)    (400.0)
YUM! BRANDS INC   YUMEUR EU      8,184.0      (331.0)    (400.0)
YUM! BRANDS INC   TGR GR         8,184.0      (331.0)    (400.0)
YUM! BRANDS INC   YUM SW         8,184.0      (331.0)    (400.0)
YUM! BRANDS INC   YUMCHF EU      8,184.0      (331.0)    (400.0)
YUM! BRANDS INC   YUMUSD SW      8,184.0      (331.0)    (400.0)
YUM! BRANDS INC   YUM US         8,184.0      (331.0)    (400.0)
ZIOPHARM ONCOLOG  WEK TH           128.0       (52.0)     110.7
ZIOPHARM ONCOLOG  ZIOPEUR EU       128.0       (52.0)     110.7
ZIOPHARM ONCOLOG  WEK GR           128.0       (52.0)     110.7
ZIOPHARM ONCOLOG  ZIOP US          128.0       (52.0)     110.7


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