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    Thursday, January 22, 1998, Vol. 2, No. 15
                      
                     Headlines

2CONNECT: Closed 5 of its 10 Stores Last Week
ANCHOR RESOLUTION: Stipulation with Owens Approved
BARRY'S JEWELERS: Looking to Buy Computer and Phone System
CAMPO ELECTRONICS: Seeks Further Extension to File Plan
COMPUSPEAK: Files for Chapter 11 Protection

CRAIG ELECTRONICS: Newtech Buys Craig Name
DOEHLER-JARVIS: Committee Supports Debtor's Finance Plan
ELEK-TEK: Seeks Extension of Exclusive Periods
ERD WASTE: Moves to Extend Exclusive Period to File Plan
ERD WASTE: Moves to Extend Time to Assume or Reject Leases

HARRAH'S JAZZ: Bondholders Committee to Employ Consultant
LIL' THINGS: Authorization to Reject Leases
LOUISE'S TRATTORIA: Appoints New CFO and Operations VP
MANHATTAN BAGEL: Seeks to Retain Trademark Counsel
MIDCOM: Discom Wants Relief from Stay

MOLTEN METAL: Resolves Concerns about Blackstone's Fee
MONTGOMERY WARD: Agrees to Sell Myrtle Beach Lease
NCA COMPUTER: Closes its Doors
NETS: Committee Objects to Disclosure Statement
PARAGON TRADE: Asks for Quick Relief in Court Case

PARAGON TRADE: Seeks to Retain Professionals
PEGASUS GOLD: Blames Low Gold Prices
PHOENIX: Committee Applies to Employ BT Alex. Brown
SMITH CORONA: Introduces First Branded Phones
TRIMAX: Files for Chapter 11 Protection - Again

US ONE COMMUNICATIONS: Hearing for Disclosure Statement Set
VENTURE: 9% Decline in Same Store Sales for December
WRT ENERGY: Seeks OK for Agreement with Liquidation Trust
WELCOME HOME: Order Extends Time to File Plan
WESTERN PACIFIC: Amended Disclosure Statement Ordered

WIZ INC: Interim DIP Financing Extended
YES CLOTHING: Files for Chapter 11 Protection

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2CONNECT: Closed 5 of its 10 Stores Last Week
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Computer Retail Week reported on January 19, 1998 that
2Connect has entered dire financial straits.  2Connect
chief executive officer Marc Fishman will be temporarily
replaced by Thomas Hicks, 2Connect chief operating and
financial officer.

Since its inception in April 1996, 2Connect operated in the
red. The company reported a net loss of $2.2 million for
the first nine months of 1997. Net sales for the period
were $2.1 million. On January 18, 1998 2Connect stock was
trading at 37.5 cents per share.

Fishman attributed the company's net loss to weaker-than-
anticipated sales and gross margins and high advertising
expenses.


ANCHOR RESOLUTION: Stipulation with Owens Approved
--------------------------------------------------
Federal Filings Inc. reported on January 21, 1998 that
Anchor Resolution Corp. received approval of a stipulation
with Owens-Brockway Glass Container Inc. that resolves
Owens' $16 million purchase price adjustment claim for $2
million.  The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Del.,
approved the stipulation at Friday's hearing.  In February,
Owens and Consumers Packaging Inc. acquired Anchor's assets
for about $328.8 million in cash and stock.


BARRY'S JEWELERS: Looking to Buy Computer and Phone System
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The debtor, Barry's Jewelers, Inc. is seeking court
approval to purchase a new computer system in order to
access reliable information about what inventory is
selling, and for the debtor to actively manage its
inventory levels and reduce its labor costs.  The debtor
also is requesting permission to install a new and modern
phone system. The total cost to the debtor over three years
is set at $4.91 million.  The debtor projects three-year
savings of approximately $12.05 million.


CAMPO ELECTRONICS: Seeks Further Extension to File Plan
-------------------------------------------------------
Campo Electronics, Appliances and Computers, Inc. filed a
motion to extend the exclusivity period of its
reorganization plan in the Eastern District of Louisiana
for 30 days to February 14, 1998.  The debtor is seeking
the extension so that it will be able to ascertain the
positional creditors and have a sufficient handle on its
prospects for the coming period. The company is currently
negotiating with its creditors and believes it highly
likely a consensual plan will be filed.  Campo further
requests that the deadline of March 18, 1998 to obtain
acceptances of its plan be likewise extended by 30 days
until April 17, 1998.


COMPUSPEAK: Files for Chapter 11 Protection
-------------------------------------------
The Kansas City Star reported on 01/21/98 that
CompuSpeak Inc., an Olathe company that specializes in
voice-recognition products for industrial, retail and
medical applications, filed for bankruptcy protection last
week.

A closely held company formed in 1986, CompuSpeak plans to  
reorganize and to focus on its two main products - wireless
devices that use voice-recognition technology to allow
workers on the move to talk into a microphone and have the
information converted into computer files.
    
In its bankruptcy filing, CompuSpeak listed assets of
approximately $2 million and debts of about $7 million.
About 200 creditors are involved.  CompuSpeak said the
company would focus on its Portable Voice Terminal and
its wireless dictation device. The company said its
products are used by more than 5,000 manufacturers,
distributors and medical centers.

Voice Cruiser, the company's wireless dictation device,
allows users - especially those in the medical field, such
as doctors on rounds at a hospital - to dictate directly
into a remote dictation system while they roam through a
hospital or other workplace. At one time, according to a
1994 newspaper report, CompuSpeak had more than 100
employees and revenues of more than $10 million a year. The
company also formerly had a subsidiary that set up computer
networks for businesses. That division, CompuNet
Engineering LLC, was sold in 1995.


CRAIG ELECTRONICS: Newtech Buys Craig Name
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Audio Week reported on January 19, 1998 that Newtech has
added another brand to its lineup, buying Craig name out of
bankruptcy with plans for new products later this year.
Newtech, which sells CE products under its own brand and
White-Westinghouse, will seek to keep the Craig brand
at its 2 largest accounts -- Best Buy and Circuit City,

Craig left video products in 1996 to focus on portable
audio including boom boxes and personal CD players.
The company shut down after lenders received bankruptcy
court approval to foreclose and sell off inventory and
remaining assets, including its trade name. In its Chapter
11 filing, Craig listed $24.1 million in liabilities and
$21.7 million in assets. Its top unsecured creditor,
Nationsbank Commercial Corp., was owed $1.2 million, but
its death blow was a failure to obtain a new credit
agreement to replace the one that expired in Aug. with a
syndicate of banks led by Bankers Trust Commercial Corp.

Craig fired its top executives including President  Richard
Berger in September following the disclosure of an SEC
investigation. The company suffered setbacks earlier in the
year when it was forced to switch product reconditioning
joint ventures in China after failing to gain governmental
approvals.


DOEHLER-JARVIS: Committee Supports Debtor's Finance Plan
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The committee of unsecured creditors of Doehler-Jarvis,
Inc., et al., agrees to support the debtor's proposal to
borrow $25,000,000 to finance their projected operating
expenses and capital expenditures. The debtors believe this
is critical to their efforts to formulate their
reorganization plan.


ELEK-TEK: Seeks Extension of Exclusive Periods
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Federal Filings Inc. reported on January 21, 1998 that
Elek-Tek has asked the court to extend the exclusive
periods for filing a reorganization plan and
soliciting plan acceptances to Feb. 27 and April 29,
respectively.  Although the company has made significant
progress in formulating its liquidating plan since selling
its assets to Creative Computers Inc., the creditors'
committee is still evaluating Elek-Tek's proposal to sell
its corporate shell.


ERD WASTE: Moves to Extend Exclusive Period to File Plan
--------------------------------------------------------
ERD Waste Corp., et al. have filed a notice that they will
seek to extend by 90 days the period of exclusivity to file
a reorganization plan to April 28, 1998.  The debtors also
seek to solicit acceptances for an additional period of 90
days after the debtor's filing of a plan to June 29, 1998.  
In their memorandum to support these motions, the debtors,
a hazardous waste management company, claim that due to the
environmentally sensitive nature of their business and due
to the size of the filing, they have cause to seek this
extension.


ERD WASTE: Moves to Extend Time to Assume or Reject Leases
----------------------------------------------------------
ERD Waste Corp. asks for more time to assume or reject
certain leases until April 6, 1998.  They have also
requested authorization to reject other leases. Their
request comes as they seek to extend the period to file
their reorganization plan. Until they have this plan, they
claim they cannot fully determine which leases to assume or
reject. Any hasty decision on leases, they claim, could
irreparably damage the debtors. At the same time, the
debtors have decided that three leases are no longer
beneficial to business operations and should be terminated.


GAYLORD COMPANIES: Orders Approving Professionals
--------------------------------------------------
The court upon the application of Gaylord Companies, Inc.
et al., debtors, approved the employment of Longabach,
Giusti, Kuck & Hornberger, Inc. as accountants to the
debtors.  A retainer of $7500. was approved by the court
and monthly invoices will be submitted after the retainer
is exhausted.

The court has also approved the application of the debtors
to employ Schottenstein, Zox & Dunn.  The debtors are
authorized to pay the retainer described in the application
that includes a payment of $50,000 and $10,000 per week
until further order of the court.  After exhaustion of the
retainer, the firm will bill monthly.


HARRAH'S JAZZ: Bondholders Committee to Employ Consultant
---------------------------------------------------------
The Official Bondholders Committee of the debtor, Harrah's
Jazz Company is seeking court approval to employ David C.
Treen, a government relations consultant.  He will receive
compensation at the rate of $7500. per month for a minimum
of four months.


LIL' THINGS: Authorization to Reject Leases
-------------------------------------------
In the Chapter 11 case of Lil' Things, Inc., debtor, the
court entered an order authorizing the rejection of leases
covering a distribution center and 13 store premises.  The
stores are located in Texas, Arizona, Oklahoma, and
California.


LOUISE'S TRATTORIA: Appoints New CFO and Operations VP
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Louise's Trattoria announced the appointment of two key
senior executives.  Fred LeFranc, president of the chain of
15 casual Italian restaurants, said that Steve Heeley is
joining the company as vice president, operations. LeFranc
also announced the appointment of Greg S. Levy as chief
financial officer.  Previously, Levy was with the Big Six
accounting firm Deloitte & Touche LLP.  

Louise's Trattoria filed for protection under Chapter 11 of
the Bankruptcy Act in September 1997.  In December, the
restaurants were positioned to move out of bankruptcy in a
court-approved sale of assets to Jon Chait, brother of
the chain's co-founder William Chait. That sale will become
final this month.  

It was an earlier expansion effort into the East Coast that
resulted in the Chapter 11 reorganization.  After
successfully operating 15 Louise's Trattoria restaurants in
California and one in Milwaukee, the company entered a
joint venture with another restaurant company to open
additional locations on the East Coast. There, the company
encountered higher costs for space, labor and food,
especially ingredients that the chain imports directly from
Italy.  Combined with management problems in the joint
venture, this led to the rapid closing of all three East
Coast restaurants.  The company was left with millions of
dollars in unsecured debt.  


MANHATTAN BAGEL: Seeks to Retain Trademark Counsel
--------------------------------------------------
Manhattan Bagel Company Inc. seeks authorization to
continue to employ Frankfurt Garbus Klein & Selz as its
international trademark counsel.  Frankfurt Garbus has
spent five years filing trademark applications in several
foreign countries for the company. Mr. William Nix will be
the attorney in charge of these applications.


MIDCOM: Discom Wants Relief from Stay
-------------------------------------
In January 1990, Discom Corporation entered into a sales
agent agreement with Midcom Consultants, Inc., a corporate
entity that subsequently became an alter ego of Midcom.  
Discom Corporation seeks limited relief from the automatic
stay so that the arbitration can proceed to a decision and
so that Discom's claim can be liquidated.

Discom filed a proof of claim in the Midcom case in the
amount of $9,788,663., representing its unliquidated claim
in the arbitration proceeding.  To date, Discom claims that
it has incurred legal expenses and disbursements in excess
of $600,000 in the prosecution of its claims against
Midcom, Midcom Consultants, Inc. and Pamcom, Inc.  The only
effort that remains in the arbitration is the preparation
of proposed finding of fact and conclusions of law to be
submitted to the arbitrators so that they can render a
decision.  Discom argues that cause clearly exists to
modify the stay and to allow the arbitrators to render a
decision.


MOLTEN METAL: Resolves Concerns about Blackstone's Fee
------------------------------------------------------
As previously reported, Molten Metal Technology, Inc., had
objected to the terms and conditions by which they would
pay the Blackstone Group L.P.'s restructuring fee. The fee
cap is $3,000,000, payable on the effective date of the
plan. This addendum does not affect Blackstone's rights to
any transaction fee.


MONTGOMERY WARD: Agrees to Sell Myrtle Beach Lease
--------------------------------------------------
The debtors, Montgomery Ward Holding Corp. et al. seek
entry of an order authorizing the assumption, sale and
assignment of the lease covering the premises in the
Seaboard Commons Shopping Center, Myrtle Beach, South
Carolina to Klaff Realty LP for $975,000.  Montgomery Ward
operated an Electric Avenue & More store on the property,
the store ahas closed and Montgomery Ward no longer needs
the property.


NCA COMPUTER: Closes its Doors
------------------------------
According to Computer Retail Week on 01/19/98,                     
NCA Computer Products, Sunnyvale, Calif., closed its doors
again on Dec. 21 after a federal bankruptcy court judge in
San Jose allowed one of its primary creditors, Deutsche
Financial Services, to strip the retailer of
approximately $2 million in inventory.

The company first fell into financial trouble in September
1997, when it temporarily closed its seven stores and filed
for bankruptcy protection. But it quickly reopened on a
smaller scale, with four stores. The company's Sunnyvale
store has a sign on the door indicating it is closed for
remodeling and will reopen later this month.


NETS: Committee Objects to Disclosure Statement
-----------------------------------------------
The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Nets Inc.
objects to the disclosure statement of the debtor, Nets
Inc.  The Committee claims that on July 3, 1997 the debtor
sold substantially all of its assets with the exception of
a multimillion dollar net operating loss (NOL).  Since the
sale, the debtor has explored a reorganization strategy to
create value from the NOL, but no viable strategy has
emerged.

Nevertheless, the Committee complains, the debtor filed a
disclosure statement and plan of reorganization which
contemplates the continued existence of the debtor and
thus, preservation of the NOL.  The Committee believes that
it is in the best interests of creditors that a liquidating
plan be filed.  The Committee states that the disclosure
statement is inadequate because e it does not include a
viable structure for ensuring creditors receive any value
from the NOL.

The Committee also says that the disclosure statement fails
to predict with any precision the amount of claims that
will be allowed in this case, as the debtor states that
$200,000 in claims have been filed, leaving creditors
without a clear idea of their proposed recovery under the
plan.  


PARAGON TRADE: Asks for Quick Relief in Court Case
--------------------------------------------------
Paragon Trade Brands, Inc. (PTB) supplements a prior motion
for an order lifting the automatic stay for the purposes of
the prosecution of an appeal by PTB of an adverse ruling
the US District Court in Delaware.  

The debtor wants to pursue an appeal even though the debtor
has filed a motion for a new trial.  On December 30, 1997
the United States District Court issued a "judgment"
finding that PTB infringed on two of Proctor & Gamble's
diaper patents for an "inner leg gather" feature.  PTB has
estimated liability to be approximately $160 million to
$200 million.

PTB strongly disputes the conclusions of the District Court
and is intent on seeking redress including appeal.


PARAGON TRADE: Seeks to Retain Professionals
--------------------------------------------
The debtor, Paragon Trade Brands, Inc. is seeking court
approval to employ the investment banker, The Blackstone
Group. The Blackstone Group will provide financial and
investment banking advisory serviced that the debtor claims
will be required during the case.

The Blackstone Group is seeking a monthly advisory fee in
the amount of $125,000.  In addition, upon confirmation of
a plan, The Blackstone Group shall have the right to apply
to the court for an additional fee in an amount of 1% of
the Total Reorganization Value as defined in the letter
agreement between the parties.

The debtor is also seeking employment of accounting
consultants, Arthur Andersen LLP. The accounting firm would
assist Paragon with the preparation of its schedules and
statement of financial affairs, would perform tax services
and render accounting assistance in connection with reports
and other financial data required by the court.  Arthur
Andersen, if approved, will be paid at its standard hourly
rates.


PEGASUS GOLD: Blames Low Gold Prices
------------------------------------
The Spokesman Review reported on 01/17/98 that                        
Pegasus Gold has a current debt load of $213 million.
The outstanding debts are attached to a revolving line of
credit and convertible notes used to finance projects like
the Mt. Todd gold mine in Australia. Pegasus shut down that
operation in mid-November and posted $433 million in losses
in the third quarter of last year.

Mt. Todd, shut down due to high production costs and low
market prices for gold, held half of the company's
reserves.  On Jan. 9, lenders notified Pegasus that its
line of credit debt had been "accelerated" and was
considered payable.

Pegasus President and Chief Executive Officer Werner G.
Nennecker said an 18-year low in gold prices was behind his
company's financial problems.  Now that the company has
filed for Chapter 11 protection, it will not have to
continue making interest payments which had been costing
the company $15 million to $17 million a year.

Pegasus has cash reserves of about $16 million, Pearson
said. "That will be our working capital going forward," he
said. The company plans to keep its Spokane offices open
and the 35 workers there employed.  The Montana Tunnels and
Diamond Hill projects in Montana appear safest, since
production costs there are about $235 an ounce - still
below the faltering market price for gold. But Florida
Canyon in Nevada, where costs approach $335 an ounce, may
be closed if gold can't manage a comeback.

"If gold goes down further," he added, "there may be no
mines that make sense to operate." Other large mining
companies have been hit almost as hard as Pegasus. Echo Bay
and Barrick Gold both took $300 million write-downs during
the third quarter of 1997. In the months leading up to
those losses, mining companies shut down more than 20 gold
projects worldwide.


PHOENIX: Committee Applies to Employ BT Alex. Brown
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The Committee of Equity Security Holders of Phoenix
Information Corp. seeks to employ BT Alex. Brown as
investment bankers and financial advisors. The committee
requires the services of experienced investment bankers and
financial advisors to assist it in renewing and analyzing
the business of the debtor and determining if the debtor's
plan is in the best interest of this committee if any sale
or refinance of the debtor takes place. The committee has
agreed to pay BT Alex. Brown $50,000 per month for its
services plus a transaction success fee:

          Transaction Value      Fee
          -----------------      ---
          Up to $25,000,000      2.0%
          $50,000,000            1.5%
          $100,000,000+          1.2%

In addition, BT Alex. Brown will receive a financing fee if
the debtor seeks to raise new capital:

                                  Placement Fee
     Type of Financing      % of Gross Proceeds Raised
     -----------------      --------------------------
     Senior Bank Debt                   1%
     Senior Notes                       3%
     Subordinated Debt                  3%
     Preferred Stock                    4%
     Common Stock                       6%

BT Alex. Brown seeks full indemnification by the debtor for
its engagement by the committee.


SMITH CORONA: Introduces First Branded Phones
---------------------------------------------
Consumer Electronics reported on January 19, 1998 that
Smith Corona, seeking new life after emerging from
bankruptcy, has introduced first branded phones. Line
consists of two 25-channel models at $89 and $119, 900-MHz
analog at $89 and 900-MHz digital spread-spectrum, $159. In
corded, company added TelAssistant line with 3 models
containing LCD screen.


TRIMAX: Files for Chapter 11 Protection - Again
-----------------------------------------------
Trimax of Long Island Inc., a plastics recycling company,  
has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for a second
time.  The company, which converts scrap plastic into
plastic lumber used for park benches and marine uses and
was founded by Noto in 1989 as a joint venture with
Cranford, N.J.-based Polymerix Inc., cited insufficient
capital and a need to retool its equipment. Polymerix also
filed for Chapter 11.

An attorney representing the debtors stated that hundreds
of creditors are owed $1.3 million and $2.3 million,
respectively. She said the value of the companies' assets
hasn't been accurately determined.    She noted that
emergency financing has already been approved. Trimax,
which buys plastic collected through town curbside
recycling programs, ran out of cash in 1992 and filed for
Chapter 11, but the case was dismissed.


US ONE COMMUNICATIONS: Hearing for Disclosure Statement Set
-----------------------------------------------------------
A hearing to consider the approval of the disclosure
statement of US One Communications Corp., US One
Communications Services Corp and US One Communications of
New York, Inc., debtors, will be held on February 17, 1998.


VENTURE: 9% Decline in Same Store Sales for December
----------------------------------------------------
Venture Stores' operating results deteriorated
significantly over the past three years.  The company has
reported positive same store sales in only one of the past
32 months and experienced a 9% decline in the critical
month of December 1997.  In addition, Venture's earnings
before taxes, interest, depreciation and amortization
(EBITDA) for 1997's first three quarters, excluding non-
recurring charges of $63.9 million, total a negative $35
million.

Standard & Poor's today lowered its ratings on Venture
Stores Inc.'s debt to 'D' following the company's
announcement on Jan. 20, 1998 that it has filed
for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy
Code.  


WRT ENERGY: Seeks OK for Agreement with Liquidation Trust
---------------------------------------------------------
WRT Energy Corporation, debtor and the WRT Creditors'
Liquidation Trust seek an order and approval of the
Clarification Agreement between WRT Energy Corporation and
WRT Creditors' Liquidation ("the Agreement").

The agreement provides for the respective responsibility of
WRT and the Trust with respect to LLOG causes of action,
BSFI causes of action, Marine Equipment causes of action,
and Tri-Deck causes of action.  The parties agree that WRT
retains the right to act with respect to the Napoleonville
Field Surface Rights and ISS Compression, the 200% penalty
claim, the $106,945 CL & F claim and the Aftech claim.


WELCOME HOME: Order Extends Time to File Plan
---------------------------------------------
In the Southern District of New York, Welcome Home Inc. has
been given an extension of 60 days to file a plan of
reorganization to March 17, 1998.  The court has also
ordered that the time the debtor has to obtain acceptance
of a plan is extended from March 17, 1998 to May 15, 1998.


WESTERN PACIFIC: Amended Disclosure Statement Ordered
-----------------------------------------------------
In the case of Western Pacific Airlines, Inc., Judge Sidney
Brooks entered an order requiring the debtor to file an
amended disclosure statement on or before January 23, 1998,
failing which the court may enter such orders as it deems
appropriate without further notice or hearing.


WIZ INC: Interim DIP Financing Extended
---------------------------------------
Federal Filings Inc. reported on January 21, 1998 that on
December 19, Wiz received approval of a $150 million DIP
agreement with Congress Financial Corp. on an interim basis
through January 15.  Two unidentified investor groups have
reportedly offered to buy the Carteret, N.J.-based
electronics retailer.


YES CLOTHING: Files for Chapter 11 Protection
---------------------------------------------                  
Yes Clothing Co. (OTC Bulletin Board: YSCO) announced today
that it has filed for protection under Chapter 11
of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.  Guy Anthome, CEO of Yes
Clothing, reported that the Company filed a voluntary
petition on December 17, 1997 with the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court in Los Angeles and is presently operating as a
Debtor-In-Possession.

Yes Clothing, with 1995 revenues of $28.6 million, was re-
capitalized in 1996 when designer and co-founder of Guess?,
George Marciano, acquired an 80% stake in the Company and
infused approximately $3.3 million in working capital.
Marciano still holds approximately 2.7 million shares, or
34% of the Company.

According to Anthome, the Company has agreed in principle
to retain the Orange County, California law firm of Archer
& Weed along with financial workout specialist, Fred G.
Luke, to give Yes Clothing immediate assistance in
its reorganization.

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