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      Monday, April 20, 1998, Vol. 2, No. 77
                    
                    Headlines

ACTRADE: Founder Files Chapter 11
B&B Corporation: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors
D&L VENTURE: Court Approves Rejection of Leases
DOW CORNING: Tort Committee Responds to Hiring of Triad
EQUITEX: Reports Financial Results

GIBSON'S HOLDING: Requests Time to Assume or Reject Leases
GREATE BAY HOTEL: Orders Approve Professionals
GREATE BAY HOTEL: Seeks to Extend Exclusivity
HARRAH'S JAZZ: Entry of Confirmation Order
INTERSCIENCE COMPUTER: Reorganization Plan Confirmed               

KIA MOTORS: Workers Strike for 2nd Day                         
MANHATTAN BAGEL COMPANY: Deadline to File Proof of Claim
MANHATTAN BAGEL COMPANY: Reports Anticipated Loss
MONTGOMERY WARD: Applies to Retain Troop Meisinger
NETS,INC: James Manzi Objects to Committee's Authority

ONEITA INDUSTRIES: To Reject Stock Options and Warrant
PARAGON TRADE: Professionals Approved by Court
PEGASUS GOLD: USA Objects to Severance Program
RELIANCE ACCEPTANCE: Taylor Group Objects to Plan
RIVER OAKS: Committee to Employ The Finley Group

RIVER OAKS: Meeting of Creditors Rescheduled
THE SCORE BOARD: Committee Taps Professionals
TRADEPOINT OF AMERICA: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors

DLS CAPITAL PARTNERS: Bond Pricing for week of 4/13/98

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ACTRADE: Founder Files Chapter 11
---------------------------------
Key West reports on Feb. 18, 1998, David Shimron, trustee
for the bankruptcy case in Israel against CEO  and founder
of ACTRADE, Amos Aharoni, filed suit in U.S. Federal
Court in the Southern District of New York, Case No.
98B41127.

Most recently on April 14, 1998, Shimron submitted his
affidavit stating that Aharoni left Israel in the midst of
allegations that there were "missing and or misappropriated
assets from various enterprises in which he was  
involved."  This statement directly contradicts Aharoni's
account in the Wall Street Journal on March 23, 1998 in
which Aharoni states "simply got caught when the Israeli
Government stopped allowing loans linked to the U.S.
Dollar."

Further in the same article, Aharoni says "he came to the
U.S. to seek financing."  However, a reading of Actrade's
public filings with the SEC discloses ACRT was incorporated
in New York on July 18, 1985, almost five months prior to
Aharoni's fleeing the country of Israel, according to
Trustee Shimron.  In addition, Aharoni formed and
incorporated ALLSTATE travel in August of 1985, three
months before he fled the country.

Key West Analyst Anthony Elgindy states, "It appears to us
after much research that not only did Aharoni flee Israel
with the knowledge that he was being pursued but that any
subsequent ventures and/or his departure from Israel
may have been financed with 'Misappropriated' funds.  In
addition, and this is  very important, Aharoni did not
become bankrupt and then leave the country; he  became
bankrupt because he left the country.  In addition,
Aharoni controls 30% of ACTRADE through an obscure offshore
company called NTS.  These facts, along  with the Trustees
pursuit in seizing Aharoni's assets here in the U.S. and  
other principals facing fraud charges, re-affirm Key
West's position."  Key West is a Market Maker and maintains
a position consistent with the above recommendation.


B&B Corporation: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors
--------------------------------------------------

Debtor:  B&B Corporation
         5960 Miami Lakes Drive East
         Miami Lakes, Florida 33014
         
Type of business: Contract manufacturer of ladies' suits

Court: Southern District of New York

Case No.: 98-42520    Filed: 04/09/98    Chapter: 11

Debtor's Counsel: Jeffrey K. Cymbler, Joshua J. Angel
                  Angel & Frankel, PC
                  460 Park Avenue
                  New York, NY 10022
                  (212) 752-8000


Total Assets:              $1,330,824
Total Liabilities:         $2,636,176
                                                   No. of
                                         Amount    Holders
                                         ------    -------
Fixed, liquidated secured debt         $390,000          3
Contingent secured debt                      $0          0
Disputed secured debt                        $0          0
Unliquidated secured debt                    $0          0

Fixed, liquidated unsecured debt     $2,372,255        210
Contingent unsecured debt                    $0          0
Disputed unsecured debt                      $0          0
Unliquidated unsecured debt                  $0          0

No. of shares of preferred stock              0          0
No. of shares of common stock               100          3  

20 Largest Unsecured Creditors:

   Name                              Nature         Amount
   ----                              ------         ------
Industrias & Inverciones CID         Trade        $764,740
Global CMT Corp., SA                 Trade        $264,032
3Bs Realty                           Trade        $183,700
Consorcio Exportadora Vargas Vive    Trade         $78,490
Scott Notions, Inc.                  Trade         $35,466
Tampa Airlines                       Trade         $25,086
WAF Group, Inc.                      Trade         $23,170
Blumemcranz, Keppler                 Trade         $15,750
Better Methods Alexander             Trade         $15,078
Andnex                               Trade          $9,786
Plaza Plastics                       Trade          $6,627
Levcor, Int'l.                       Trade          $4,258
VV Fashions                          Trade          $3,451
ABC Sewing Machines                  Trade          $2,148
CIT for Summers                      Trade          $2,109
Finotex USA                          Trade          $2,058
Textiles South                       Trade          $2,042
Riverside Paper Co.                  Trade          $1,768
Zar Industries, Inc.                 Trade          $1,661
Pitney Bowes Credit Corp.            Trade          $1,579


D&L VENTURE: Court Approves Rejection of Leases
-----------------------------------------------
The US Bankruptcy Court approved the request of the
debtors, D&L Venture Corp, et al, to reject 29 store
leases.  The properties are located in New York, Ohio,
Rhode Island, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut,
Maine and Pennsylvania.


DOW CORNING: Tort Committee Responds to Hiring of Triad
-------------------------------------------------------
According to the response of the Tort Committee, Triad's
retention is contemplated for purposes of operating a
telehelp line to provide objective information to tort
claimants as part of any plan confirmation process.

The Tort Committee has discussed Triad's retention with the
debtor and has no objection to the firm's retention so long
as the operation of any objective and neutral telehelp
communications line is undertaken with prior input and
discussion with the Tort Committee, and subject to the
pending objections made to the disclosure statement.


EQUITEX: Reports Financial Results
----------------------------------
Equitex, Inc. announced today its audited financial results
for the year ended December 31,1997.

Total assets for the year ended December 31, 1997 were
$5,043,425 compared to $10,478,003 at December 31, 1996.  
Net asset value at year end was $3,539,916 versus
$7,260,783 in the previous year.  Net asset value per share  
at December 31, 1997 was $0.93 on 3,791,115 shares compared
to $2.27 on 3,191,115 shares at December 31, 1996.  The
Company reported a decrease of $3,923,367 in net assets
resulting from operations for 1997 as compared to a  
decrease of $4,566,858 for 1996.

"While these results were not unexpected considering the
bankruptcy of RDM Sports Group in third quarter 1997, we
are still disappointed," commented Equitex, Inc. President,
Henry Fong.  "We are encouraged, however, with the
performance of our investment portfolio during the first
quarter of 1998 as well as our stockholders' decision this
month to approve the Company's proposal for decertification
as a business development company."

"We are exploring our options with respect to merger or
acquisition candidates as part of our decertification plan
and continue to focus on the high growth sectors of
telecommunications and high-tech," continued Mr. Fong.


GIBSON'S HOLDING: Requests Time to Assume or Reject Leases
----------------------------------------------------------
Gibson's Holding Company, et al., debtors, seek an
extension of time to assume or reject unexpired non-
residential real property leases.

The debtors are evaluating a variety of reorganization
alternatives.  The debtors  are currently party to 24
unexpired non-residential property leases, 21 of which are
for store locations at which the debtors are conducting
retail operations.  The remaining leases are for warehouse
space related to the debtors' business operations.

The debtors have developed a comprehensive and detailed
business plan, designed to resolve outstanding reclamation
claims while improving trade credit, they have settled the
IRS claim subject to court approval, and they have
continued their efforts to streamline nearly every aspect
of their operations, and developed, with the advice of the
Committee, a draft of a viable and consensual plan o of
reorganization.  The debtors claim that unless and until
the plan is finalized and confirmed, they cannot assess
the importance of each individual lease to that plan and
to their ongoing retail operations.  The debtors request a
further extension of time through and including July 17,
1998 to assume or reject each lease.


GREATE BAY HOTEL: Orders Approve Professionals
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In the case of Greate Bay Hotel and Casino, Inc., GB
Holdings, Inc. and GB Property Funding Corp., debtors, the
court has approved the employment of Perskie, Nehmad &
Perillo as special land use counsel.

The court has also approved the employment of Phillip S.
Van Embden as Special Collection Counsel to assist the
debtor in the collection of returned counterchecks.

The court approved the employment of Craner, Nelson, Satkin
& Scheer as Special Collection Counsel.

The court approved the employment of Dibb Lupton Alsop as
Special Collection Counsel to assist the debtor in the
collection of returned counterchecks of Israeli nationals.


GREATE BAY HOTEL: Seeks to Extend Exclusivity
---------------------------------------------
The debtors, Greate Bay Hotel and Casino, Inc., et al.
seek to extend their exclusive periods of time within
which to file a plan of reorganization and solicit
acceptances thereof.  A hearing will be held on the motion
on May 4, 1998.

The debtors' exclusive periods to file a plan or plans of
reorganization expire on May 5, 1998.  The debtors'
exclusive solicitation periods terminate on July 6, 1998.  
The debtors seek an extension of these deadlines to
November 2, 1998 and January 5, 1999, respectively.

The debtors state that while they have made substantial
progress in the case, they need additional time to evaluate
the impact on profitability of expense reduction
initiative s which were recently made, and of capital
expenditures which were recently approved.  The debtors
also require an extension to negotiate with potential plan
founders and negotiate with creditors toward a consensual
reorganization.

The debtors claim that they have begun preliminary
discussions with certain major bondholder creditors, and
they continue to meet and negotiate with their unsecured
claimants.

The debtors and their professionals have also spent a
substantial portion of the last month litigating as a
contested matter the issue of the extent and validity of
the Trustee's lien on the debtors' personal property, in
particular, cash generated by gaming operations.  The
resolution of that issue has a critical impact on issues
relating to the value of the Bondholders collateral.

The debtors are currently exploring two alternative
strategies toward emergence from Chapter 11.  One strategy
would involve an investor group providing funding for a
plan and a transfer of ownership control of the Sands to a
new entity.  The debtors are also looking at a model for a
stand alone plan based upon a "re-theming" of the property
with substantial renovations.

There are also restructuring negotiations concerning the
$85 million in PRT  Funding Corp. Senior Notes, which are
obligations guaranteed by the debtors' parent company.  A
default occurred on those notes by virtue of the Chapter
11 filing.


HARRAH'S JAZZ: Entry of Confirmation Order
------------------------------------------
On April 6, 1998 on the motion of the debtors, Harrah's
Jazz Company, Harrah's Jazz Finance Corp. and Harrah's New
Orleans Investment Company, the court found that the
debtors' proposed modification to the existing plan were
immaterial and did not warrant additional disclosure to
creditors or re-solicitation of votes on the existing
plan, and entered an order confirming the third amended
joint plan of reorganization.


INTERSCIENCE COMPUTER: Reorganization Plan Confirmed               
----------------------------------------------------   
Interscience Computer Corporation announced today that its
plan of reorganization has been confirmed by the Bankruptcy
Court.  The plan calls for cash payments of approximately
$800,000 and issuance of 2,500,000 new shares of common
stock and cancellation of all outstanding preferred stock.  
The Company anticipates that all distributions will be
completed in the quarter ended June 30, 1998.


KIA MOTORS: Workers Strike for 2nd Day                         
--------------------------------------                              
Workers at South Korea's Kia Motors Corp. struck  
for a second day today, vowing to block any government
moves to sell off the debt-ridden company.  Prosecutors
ruled the strike illegal today and threatened to send in
police to break a work stoppage that they said was dragging
down South Korea's credibility at a time of economic
crisis.

Assembly lines at the nation's third-largest carmaker have
been idle since its 13,000 unionized workers walked out
Thursday.  "We will fight to the end!" 2,000 of them
shouted in unison at the rally.  Their staccato shouting,
together with labor songs blaring from a battery of
loudspeakers, reverberated on the city block that houses
the main government complex and corporate headquarters.

Workers trying to march toward the government complex
spilled into the eight- lane boulevard, but riot police
quickly pushed them back by spraying tear gas.  South
Korea, once the world's 11th-largest economy, has been
mired in financial troubles since foreign investors fled
the country last year.

Kia's fate will depend largely on the government, the
largest shareholder with a 30 percent stake. The government
has reportedly decided to sell the  company, seeing little
chance of its recovering.  Workers fear that a takeover of
the company by Chaebol, a family-controlled Korean
conglomerate, would lead to mass layoffs.

At least two South Korean conglomerates, Hyundai and
Samsung, have expressed  interest in taking control of the
troubled automaker.  Samsung was reportedly negotiating
with Ford Motor Co., which holds 16.9  percent of Kia, to
take over the company jointly.  South Korean workers had
been used to lifetime employment until financial turmoil
forced businesses to shed workers. The number of jobless
has more than doubled to 1.5 million in the past year.

"Layoffs mean death to us. We will not just sit and die. We
will stand up  and fight," Kia union leader Ko Jong-hwan
said.


MANHATTAN BAGEL COMPANY: Deadline to File Proof of Claim
--------------------------------------------------------
The debtors, Manhattan Bagel Company, Inc. and I&J Bagel,
Inc. filed a notice of commencement of case.  The date of
the meeting of creditors is May 6, 1998, and the deadline
to file proof of claims is June 15, 1998.  The debtors'
attorney is Okin, Hollander & DeLuca, LLP, One Parker
Plaza, Fort Lee, New Jersey 07024 (201) 947-7500.


MANHATTAN BAGEL COMPANY: Reports Anticipated Loss
-------------------------------------------------
Manhattan Bagel Company, Inc. announced that it expects to
report a net loss of approximately $25.8 million ($3.43 per
share) for the year 1997.  The Company, which filed for
reorganization under Chapter 11 of the Federal
Bankruptcy Code on November 19, 1997, said the expected
1997 net loss includes approximately  $20.0 million of non-
recurring charges and write-offs of investments,  
approximately $2.34 million of unusual selling, general and
administrative  expenses and approximately $1.44 million of
reorganization expenses associated  with the Company's
Chapter 11 filing.  In 1996, the Company reported a $7.48  
million net loss ($1.02 per share), which included
$6.97 million of non- recurring charges and write-offs of
investments.

Manhattan Bagel Company, headquartered in Eatontown, N.J.,
currently franchises, licenses or operates 317 stores in 18
states and Washington, DC. The Company also operates bagel
dough manufacturing plants in Eatontown, N.J., Greenville,
S.C., and Los Angeles, Ca.


MONTGOMERY WARD: Applies to Retain Troop Meisinger
--------------------------------------------------
The debtors, Montgomery Ward Holding Corp., et al, request
the entry of an order authorizing them to retain and
employ Troop Meisinger Steuber & Pasich, LLP (TMS&P) as
special counsel.

The debtors anticipate that, as special counsel to the
debtors, the firm of TMS&P will continue to provide legal
services to the debtors in the area of environmental
insurance coverage litigation in the Superior Court in Los
Angeles, California  Based upon its two plus years of
experience, the debtor states that the firm is uniquely
qualified to serve as special counsel for these matters.  
The firm will charge the debtor on a n hourly basis in
accordance with its ordinary and customary hourly rates,
which range from $145 to $300.    Due to an upcoming
trial, the firm anticipates that its work for the debtors
will increase and it will no longer qualify as an ordinary
course professional.  As of the petition date, the debtor
owed the firm $13,868.


NETS,INC: James Manzi Objects to Committee's Authority
------------------------------------------------------
James Manzi, a creditor and party-in-interest in the
bankruptcy case of Nets, Inc. objects to the Official
Committee of Unsecured Creditors' Motion for Order
Transferring to the Committee the authority to investigate
and prosecute claims against an insider of the debtor in
which the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors seeks
standing to bring an action against Manzi avoid certain
liens that Manzi has against the property of the debtor as
fraudulent or preferential transfers.

Manzi claims that the Committee cannot establish all of
the required elements of a preferential transfer from the
debtor to Manzi.  He also states that the Committee can
not succeed on its claims that the transfer of the
security interest constituted a fraudulent conveyance.  

The Committee will have to prove that the debtor received
less than reasonably equivalent value in return for the
transfer of the Security Interest and that at the time of
the transfer, the debtor was, or as a result of the
transfer the debtor became, insolvent.  Manzi advanced
$1.5 million to the debtor in new money in exchange for
the Security Interest.  All of the money advanced by Manzi
to the debtor was used by the debtor pay operational
expenses, consisting primarily of the salaries of the
debtor's employees.  None of the money advanced by Manzi
was received by Manzi or the debtor's shareholders.  The
debtor received the value of its employees' services.

Manzi states in conclusion that the facts in this case
will establish that the proposed claims cannot and will
not succeed on their merits.  Based on the facts of this
case, Manzi states that the debtor did not abuse its
discretion in determining that pursuing the proposed
claims was not in the best interest of the estate.

Now, the Committee asks the court to find that the
debtor's refusal to pursue a baseless action against an
individual who happens to have significant personal
resources is an abuse of its discretion.


ONEITA INDUSTRIES: To Reject Stock Options and Warrant
------------------------------------------------------
Oneita Industries, inc., debtor, filed a motion for an
order approving the rejection of stock options and warrant
and finding that no claims arise based upon such
rejection.

Pursuant to the amended plan of the debtor, the options
and the Gintel Warrant, the subject of this motion, are
executory contracts to be rejected, and the rejection
should be authorized.  The rejection does not give rise to
any claims.


PARAGON TRADE: Professionals Approved by Court
----------------------------------------------
The court in the case of Paragon Trade Brands, Inc.
approved the debtor's application to employ Cravath,
Swaine & Moore as special litigation counsel.  

The court entered an order to employ Hopgood, Calimafde,
Kalil & Judlow as special litigation counsel.   

The court entered an order approving the application to
employ Willkie Farr & Gallagher as special reorganization
counsel.  

The court entered an order to employ Baker and Botts LLP
as special litigation counsel.


PEGASUS GOLD: USA Objects to Severance Program
----------------------------------------------
The USA on behalf of the US Department of the Interior,
Bureau of Land Management and the US Environmental
Protection Agency joins with the US Trustee in the
objection to the debtors' motion for approval of severance
and retention programs for key employees and vacation pay
option for all employees.

The USA objects due to a representation that the debtors
do not have sufficient financial resources available to
complete certain activities related to environmental
protection at the Zortman-Landusky Mines in Montana.

The US contends that it is not appropriate for debtors to
be providing the benefits stated when the debtors cannot
comply with their environmental responsibilities.


RELIANCE ACCEPTANCE: Taylor Group Objects to Plan
-------------------------------------------------
The Taylor Group were shareholders, officers and/or
directors of certain of the debtors, Reliance Acceptance
Group, Inc., et al.  The Group objects to the adequacy of
the disclosure statement, and reinforces its objections
with many claims of improper or premature evaluation of
the plan.

The Taylor Group states that the court should not approve
the disclosure statement, and that the plan is fatally
flawed and is unconfirmable.  They claim it is premature
to even consider a disclosure statement  since numerous
lawsuits, events and analyses have not been concluded or
performed.  They state that similarly situated creditors
are classified impermissibly, the plan impermissably
creates a federal injunction and release in favor of
certain non-debtors, the plan calls for material
litigation and all transfer avoidance actions to be
settled without court approval, and the plan is not
proposed in good faith.

The Taylor Group further states that the court should
first determine whether it is proper to substantively
consolidate the debtors, and that assets and liabilities
should be valued before the disclosure statement can be
considered adequate.

In addition to the Taylor group, by separate filing, the
Graham Class Plaintiffs object to the disclosure statement
on the grounds that the disclosure statement fails to
provide adequate information regarding the balloting and
release procedure, as it pertains to debtors' intended
permanent injunction action.


RIVER OAKS: Committee to Employ The Finley Group
------------------------------------------------
The Interim Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of
River Oaks Furniture, Inc., and its affiliated companies,
as debtors, selected The Finley Group as its financial
consultants.  The Finley Group will, among other things,
analyze the financial operation of the debtors, analyze
the financial information of the debtors, and submit a
report to the Committee to aid them in evaluating any
proposed plan of reorganization.


RIVER OAKS: Meeting of Creditors Rescheduled
--------------------------------------------
The United States Trustee rescheduled the meeting of
creditors in the case of River Oaks Furniture, Inc., R.O.
East, Inc., Gaines Manufacturing Company, Inc. and R.O
West, Inc. to May 4, 1998.


THE SCORE BOARD: Committee Taps Professionals
---------------------------------------------
The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of The Score
Board, Inc., et al., debtor, applies to the court for
orders authorizing the retention of Ernst & Young LLP as
accountants and financial advisors to the Committee; and
the Committee seeks authorization to retain Proskauer Rose
LLP as counsel to the Committee.


TRADEPOINT OF AMERICA: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors
----------------------------------------------------------
Debtor:  Tradepoint of America, Inc.
         199 Water Street
         3rd Floor
         New York, NY 10038-3526

Type of Business: Licensing of Trading Facilities

Court: Southern District of New York

Case No.: 98B42642    Filed: 04/05/98    Chapter: 11

Debtor's Counsel: Howard D. Bader
                  Dwight Yellen
                  Jeffrey L. Solomon
                  Ballon Stoll Bader & Nadler PC
1450 Broadway
                  New York, NY 10018-2268     
             (212) 575-7900

Total Assets:            $3,108,997
Total Liabilities:       $5,330,116
                                                   No. of
                                         Amount    Holders
                                         ------    -------
Fixed, liquidated secured debt               $0          0
Contingent secured debt                      $0          0
Disputed secured debt                        $0          0
Unliquidated secured debt                    $0          0

Fixed, liquidated unsecured debt        Unknown    Unknown
Contingent unsecured debt                    $0          0
Disputed unsecured claims            $5,330,116         35                  
Unliquidated unsecured debt                  $0          0

No. of shares of preferred stock              0          0
No. of shares of common stock               285          1  

20 Largest Unsecured Creditors:

   Name                              Amount
   ----                              ------         
Reuters America, Inc.              $650,000
Lloyds Bank                        $138,966  
Ballon Stoll Bader & Nadler PC      $75,151
Goldstein Golub Kessler & Co PC     $25,554
Siemens Business                    $45,000
Bosch Telecom, Inc.                 $37,825
Oxford Health Plans                 $31,122
Bell Atlantic                       $25,000
BP Air Condition                    $20,440
KPA Group                              $750
Tymevest                             $8,065
Structure Tone                       $8,996
Drew Chemical                        $7,300
Atlantic Mutual                      $5,904
ABM                                  $1,753
CQG                                  $1,629
Modern Sprinkler                     $1,515
The State Insurance Fund               $899
First Fortis                           $722
Filterfresh                            $937


DLS CAPITAL PARTNERS: Bond Pricing for week of 4/13/98
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Following are indicated prices for selected issues:

Amer Telecasting 0/14 1/2 '04              16 - 18
Asia Pulp & Paper 11 3/4 '05           98 1/2 - 99 1/2
APS 11 7/8 '06                             25 - 27)
Boston Chicken 7 3/4 '04                   31 - 33
Bradlees 11 '02                             1 - 4 (f)
Brunos 10 1/2 '05                          21 - 22 (f)
CAI Wireless 12 1/4 '02                    20 - 22
Cityscape 12 3/4 '04                       37 - 40
E&S Holdings 10 3/8 '06                    84 - 86
Grand Union 12 '04                         56 - 57 (f)
Harrah's Jazz 14 1/4 '01                   31 - 33 (f)
Hechinger 9.45 '12                         78 - 79
Hills 12 1/2 '03                       91 1/2 - 92 1/2
Great Bay 10 7/8 '04                       86 - 88 (f)
Levitz 9 5/8 '03                           46 - 48(f)
Liggett 11 1/2 '99                         76 - 78
Marvel 0 '98                            3 1/2 - 4 1/2
Mobilemedia 9 3/8 '07                      11 - 12 (f)
Penn Traffic 9 5/8 '05                     47 - 48
Royal Oak 11 '06                           76 - 78
Trump Castle 11 3/4 '03                    90 - 92
Zenith 6 1/2 '11                           46 - 47

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