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      Friday, August 7, 1998, Vol. 2, No. 154
                    
                  Headlines

ALLEGHENY HEALTH: Seeks Nod to Hire Management Consultant
ARIZONA CHARLIE'S: Status of Loan Unclear
BOSTON CHICKEN: Hebb & Gitlin and Houlihan Lokey Retained
BOSTON CHICKEN: Reports Second Quarter Results
DEBBIE REYNOLDS: Goes For $9 Million to WWF

FULCRUM DIRECT: Seeks Sale, Has Interim DIP Funding
HARVARD INDUSTRIES: Announces $165 Million Credit Facility
I.C. ISAACS: Reports Second Quarter Results
INTEGRATED MEDICAL: Results For the Second Quarter
INTERLINE RESOURCES: Annual Meeting September 4, 1998

NEXTWAVE PERSONAL: FCC Seeks To Oust 'Conflicted' Counsel
PEGASUS GOLD: Files Joint Liquidating Plan
PEGASUS GOLD: Reports Second Quarter Results
PETRIE RETAIL: Posts $1.3M Loss For June
PINNACLE BRANDS: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors

TEVA PHARMACEUTICALS: Reports Worst Quarter in Years
THERMADYNE HOLDINGS: Offers to Exchange Debentures
DLS CAPITAL PARTNERS: Bond Pricing - Week of August 3, 1998

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ALLEGHENY HEALTH: Seeks Nod to Hire Management Consultant
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Allegheny Health Education & Research Foundation is seeking
court approval to hire Hunter & Associates Management
Services Inc. of St. Petersburg, Fla., as management
consultant.  "The Debtors believe that Hunter has the
necessary expertise in
the health care industry to assist them in undertaking a
successful reorganization of their Estates," the non-profit
health care provider asserted.  A hearing is set for
tomorrow. (Federal Filings Inc. 06-Aug-98)


ARIZONA CHARLIE'S: Status of Loan Unclear
-----------------------------------------
State gaming regulators had not heard Monday whether
Arizona Charlie's boss Bruce Becker had received an
estimated $92.5 million loan to continue
operating  Arizona Charlie's.

If not, billionaire financier Carl Icahn was expected to
assume control of the financially troubled neighborhood
casino.  Arizona Charlie's has been in Chapter 11
bankruptcy reorganization since  November following a
failed riverboat project in Missouri.

Arizona Charlie's had an agreement to buy out Icahn's
interest in the Decatur Boulevard property's bonds by
Friday. A previous loan agreement fell through for Becker
late last month.  "The money had to be available in cash by
(Friday), and it was my understanding that the cash was not
available," said Icahn lawyer Jeff Silver.

Icahn's High River Limited Partnership purchased a 51
percent interest in the bonds that carried a face value of
$28 million.  A Becker aide said her boss was out of town
Monday. Becker's lawyers declined to comment on the status
of the loan.

Icahn could assume control of Arizona Charlie's after a
scheduled Aug. 20 hearing of the Nevada Gaming Commission
if the loan did not come through, Silver said. (Las Vegas
Review-Journal; 08/04/98)


BOSTON CHICKEN: Hebb & Gitlin and Houlihan Lokey Retained
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Boston Chicken, Inc. (Nasdaq: BOST) announced that, as
anticipated, a steering committee comprised of holders of  
each of the company's three issues of subordinated
debentures has retained Hebb & Gitlin, P.C. as legal
advisor to the bondholders in connection with the  
company's proposed restructuring of its subordinated debt.  
Hebb & Gitlin has  in turn retained Houlihan Lokey Howard &
Zukin to act as financial advisor in  the proposed
restructuring.

The company has three publicly-traded subordinated **debt**
issues:  4 1/2% Convertible Subordinated Debentures due
2004, 7 3/4% Convertible Subordinated Debentures due 2004
and Liquid Yield Option Notes ("LYONs") due 2015.


BOSTON CHICKEN: Reports Second Quarter Results
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Boston Chicken, Inc. (Nasdaq: BOST) announced results of
operations for its second fiscal quarter ended July  
12, 1998.

The company reported net Boston Market systemwide store
revenue of $219.4 million for the second quarter of 1998
compared with $286.0 million for the year-ago period.  
Company revenue was $170.7 million for the second quarter
of 1998 compared with $116.6 million for the second quarter
of 1997.

As the company has previously noted, company revenue for
the 1998 periods is not readily comparable to the
corresponding 1997 periods primarily due to an  
increase in the number of Boston Market company restaurants
resulting from the acquisition of several area developers
and the inclusion of company store results for
Einstein/Noah Bagel Corp. (Nasdaq: ENBX), the company's
majority-owned subsidiary, which completed its move from a
franchise system to a company-owned system in the fourth
quarter of 1997.

As a result of special charges and additional provisions
for potential loan losses totaling approximately $40
million and area developer losses of approximately $35
million, the company reported a net loss for the 1998
second quarter of $124.5 million, or $1.72 per diluted
share, compared with net income of $17.2 million, or $.25
per diluted share in the second quarter of 1997.

For fiscal 1998 year-to-date, net Boston Market systemwide
store revenue was $541.2 million compared with $668.0
million in the 1997 period.  Company revenue was $382.4
million year-to-date compared with $233.4 million in the  
year-ago period.  Year-to-date, the company reported a net
loss of $437.1 million, or $6.09 per diluted share,
compared with net income of $38.7 million, or $.56 diluted
earnings per share for the first two quarters of 1997.

The company also reported it had established an additional
$10.0 million provision for potential loan losses, after a
determination that an additional  portion of its loans to
certain of its area developers may not be recoverable,  
primarily as a result of lower than expected sales and
customer transactions by  those area developers in the
second quarter.  The $10.0 million provision is in  
addition to $330.0 million in total loan loss provisions
established in the  fourth quarter of 1997 and the first
quarter of 1998.

The company reported that it is continuing efforts to
restructure its existing debt and capitalization.  The
first step was the successful renegotiation of a short-term
line of credit and the senior lenders' agreements  to
forbear the second quarter net average weekly per store
sales covenant in  the company's credit facility.  Early in
the third quarter, the company  reported it had reached an
agreement with its senior lenders that provided it  with
$39.3 million in bank financing to be used for working
capital,  refinancing and restructuring costs and scheduled
debt service.

As previously reported, the company has hired the
investment banking firm of BTAlex.Brown to assist the
company with restructuring its subordinated debt, currently
totaling approximately $623 million, and on refinancing the
senior debt.  The company said it intends to restructure
the subordinated debt through  an exchange offer.


DEBBIE REYNOLDS: Goes For $9 Million to WWF
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The World Wrestling Federation, saying it wants to move  
into the gaming and themed-restaurant business, has
purchased the bankrupt Debbie Reynolds Hotel and Casino for
$9 million.

Reynolds, 66, a movie star for half a century, stood in the
back of a dimly-lit casino and showed little emotion
Wednesday as an auctioneer coaxed the bidding up from an
opening figure of $5 million.

Afterward, Reynolds appeared upset by the final figure.
"They bought a property for $9 million that was worth $22
million," she said.

Ed Kaufman, senior vice president and general counsel for
the World Wrestling Federation, said the purchase of the
hotel would mark his company's entry into the Las Vegas
market. "We plan to extend the brand identification of the
World Wrestling Federation into the hotel-casino gaming
business and themed restaurants," Kaufman said.

The sale is subject to bankruptcy court approval.

"This is a sad ending to a lot of hard work and special
dreams," Reynolds said earlier as she meandered through a
small casino area. "This represents a long six years of
hard work and dedication and love."

Recently Central Florida Investments Inc. backed out of
negotiations to loan the hotel $15.65 million in exchange
for an 85 percent stake in the company. Actress Debbie
Reynolds, who has performed at the hotel for six years,
recently said she was willing to negotiate the licensing of
her name to a buyer and continue to perform there, but if
the buyer is not interested, her affiliation with it will
end.

For several years, Reynolds has performed for free at the
property as it sold off equipment, went through
reorganizations and spent millions of
dollars to renovate. (ABI 06-Aug-98)


FULCRUM DIRECT: Seeks Sale, Has Interim DIP Funding
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Fulcrum Direct Inc. has interim court approval to borrow up
to $1.2 million from prepetition lender IBJ Schroder
Business Credit Corp. while the catalog retailer seeks to
sell its business and brands.  "Fulcrum has begun the
process of marketing itself to potential acquirors and is
hopeful that a sale may be consummated in the near
future," the company said.  Fulcrum has determined that
about $2.1 million of debtor-in-possession financing, which
IBJ has agreed to provide, should be enough to maintain
limited operations through Sept. 26. (Federal Filings Inc.
06-Aug-98)


HARVARD INDUSTRIES: Announces $165 Million Credit Facility
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Harvard Industries, Inc. today announced that it has
executed a fully underwritten commitment letter with Lehman  
Brothers, the global investment bank, for a senior secured
credit facility in the amount of $165 million.  Receiving
this commitment was an integral requirement of the
Company's capital restructuring plan, and the proceeds
will  be used to refinance existing credit facilities.

Harvard is pleased to have the financial support of Lehman
Brothers in this plan of reorganization. "Harvard's efforts
in putting together a reorganization  plan have involved
many months of hard work on the part of its management
team,  and this agreement allows the Company to execute its
new strategic plan," said  Roger Pollazzi, Chief Operating
Officer of Harvard.  "It is our expectation that we will
emerge from Chapter 11 early this fall as a substantially  
deleveraged, healthy company, prepared to aggressively
expand our role as a  leading supplier of finished
components for the worldwide industrial and  automotive
sectors," added Pollazzi.

Harvard Industries, Inc. through its subsidiaries, designs,
develops and manufactures a broad range of components for
original equipment manufacturers producing cars and light
trucks in North America and abroad.  Harvard and its  
domestic subsidiaries have been operating since May 8, 1997
under the protection of Chapter 11 of the United States
Bankruptcy Code. {PRNewswire:WallStreet-08/06/98)


I.C. ISAACS: Reports Second Quarter Results
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I.C. Isaacs & Company, Inc. (Nasdaq: ISAC) reported a net
loss for the second quarter ended June 30, 1998 of $3.1  
million, or $0.37 per share, compared with proforma net
income of $2.0 million,  or $0.41 per share, for the second
quarter of 1997.  For the first six months of 1998, the
Company reported a net loss of $2.4 million, or $0.29 per
share, compared with proforma net income of $4.6 million,
or $0.94 per share, for the first six months of 1997.

Net sales were $26.8 million for the second quarter of
1998, a decline of 30% from $38.4 million for the second
quarter of 1997.  

Robert J. Arnot, Chairman and Co-CEO commented, "As we had
anticipated, and previously announced, the delay in the
introduction of our fall men's BOSS and Beverly Hills Polo
Club lines and intensified competition in the young men's  
jeanswear market impacted our results for the quarter.  
These are the primary causes of the reduction in
comparative year sales for our BOSS and Beverly  
Hills Polo Club lines. While this situation may continue to
impact our results during the third quarter, we are pleased
to report that the restructuring and expansion of our men's
merchandising staff has been effective.  

"Despite the overall decline in BOSS sales during the
quarter, our BOSS Boy's line performed solidly.  We believe
the growth prospects for our boy's lines are strong and we
will be introducing our first Beverly Hills Polo Club boy's  
line for Spring 1999 later this month.  The second quarter
was also highlighted  by our initial sales of the Girbaud
lines.  Although orders have come in more slowly than our
original expectations, we are encouraged by the performance
of the collections and still anticipate recognizing
earnings contribution from the lines by the first quarter
of 1999," concluded Mr. Arnot.

Since authorizing the repurchase of up to $3 million of its
common stock on June 15, 1998, the Company has repurchased
approximately 423, 000 shares. Gerald W. Lear, President
and Co-CEO commented, "We continue to believe that at
current levels our stock price does not accurately reflect
our growth opportunities and is significantly undervalued.  
Therefore, we will continue to repurchase stock from time
to time in the open market or privately negotiated  
transactions."

I.C. Isaacs & Company, Inc. is a designer, manufacturer and
marketer of branded sportswear based in Baltimore and New
York City.  


INTEGRATED MEDICAL: Results For the Second Quarter
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Integrated Medical Resources,Inc. (Nasdaq: IMRI), manager
of the leading national network of providers of treatment
for impotence, today announced results for the second
quarter and six  month periods ended June 30, 1998.

Net revenue for the second quarter ended June 30, 1998
decreased 31% to $3.5 million, compared to $5.1 million in
the second quarter of 1997 primarily due to a significant
decrease in revenue per new patient seen. Revenue per new
patient fell sharply at the beginning of the quarter due  
entirely to a decline in the utilization of diagnostic
testing resulting from  the introduction of a new oral
medication for the treatment of impotence (Viagra(R) by
Pfizer).  Viagra's release caused what the Company believes
to be  a transient but significant influx of new patients
seeking Viagra but not wishing to pursue a diagnosis for
their symptom of impotence.  The decline in diagnostic
revenue was partially offset by a significant increase in
recurring revenue also resulting from the introduction of
Viagra.  Recurring revenue for the second quarter of 1998
was 23% of total net revenue versus 11% for the second
quarter of 1997.

In addition, the decline in net revenue can secondarily be
attributed to a decrease in the number of clinics under
management from the previous year. The Company had 28
clinics operating under the name The Diagnostic Center for
Men during the second quarter of 1998, compared with 33
clinics during the same quarter of 1997.  Five
underperforming clinics were closed at the end of the  
second quarter of 1998, leaving 23 clinics operating at the
beginning of the third quarter.  Each of the Company's
Centers, excluding clinics in Texas and New York, has a
pharmacy operation which can immediately fill prescriptions
for patients on-site.

The operating loss for the second quarter of 1998 was $3.7
million, compared to  $1.3 million in the second quarter of
1997.

The net loss for the second quarter of 1998 was $4.0
million or ($0.46 per diluted share) on 8.6 million
weighted average common shares outstanding,  
compared to a net loss of $1.3 million or ($0.20 per
diluted share) on 6.7  million weighted average common
shares outstanding for the second quarter of  
1997.

INTERLINE RESOURCES: Annual Meeting September 4, 1998
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The Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of Interline
Resources  Corporation will be held at 160 West Canyon
Crest Road, Alpine, Utah, on September 4, 1998, at 2:00
p.m. local time, for the following purpose:

To elect three  (3)  directors  each to serve  until  the
1999 Annual Meeting of Shareholders or until their  
successors shall have been duly elected and qualified.


NEXTWAVE PERSONAL: FCC Seeks To Oust 'Conflicted' Counsel
---------------------------------------------------------
The Federal Communications Commission is seeking to
disqualify NextWave Personal Communication Inc.'s counsel,
Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP, due to an alleged conflict of
interest stemming from bankruptcy advice the law firm
provided to the agency two years ago.  "[T]he FCC is
continuously and increasingly prejudiced by
[Weil Gotshal's] on-going representation of NextWave,"
Assistant U.S. Attorney Daniel Alter contended.  While the
agency previously retained the firm to provide advice on a
number of bankruptcy issues, Weil Gotshal claimed that it
is shielded by conflict of interest waiver clauses in the
parties' agreement. (Federal Filings Inc. 06-Aug-98)


PEGASUS GOLD: Files Joint Liquidating Plan
------------------------------------------
Pegasus Gold Inc. filed a liquidating reorganization plan
for itself, Pegasus Gold Corp. (PGC), Zortman Mining Inc.,
Pegasus Gold Montana Mining Inc., Beal Mountain Mining
Inc., Black Pine Mining Inc., POV Corp., Pegasus Gold
Financing LLC, Pegasus Gold Finance Corp., Pangea Gold
Corp., Pangea Minerals Inc., Pangea International
Holdings Corp., Pangea Explorations Inc., and Pangea
Resource Explorations Inc. The parent company filed the
joint plan on July 31 with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in
Reno, Nev.

Earlier last month, PGC subsidiaries Florida Canyon Mining
Inc., Montana Tunnels Mining Inc., Diamond Hill Mining
Inc., and Pegasus Gold International Inc. filed their own
reorganization plan based on settlements with the bank
group. Hearings on the related disclosure statements are
set for Aug. 25 and Sept. 11, respectively. ( The Daily
Bankruptcy Review Copyright c August 6, 1998; ABI 06-Aug-
98)


PEGASUS GOLD: Reports Second Quarter Results
--------------------------------------------
Pegasus Gold Inc. recorded a net loss of $10.4 million, or
$0.25 per share, in the second quarter  of 1998, compared
to a net loss of $3.2 million, or $0.08 per share, in the  
second quarter of 1997.  The year-to-date net loss was
$20.4 million, or $0.49 per share, compared to a net loss
of $3.2 million, or $0.08 per share, in the same period of
1997.  The increased loss for both periods is due to lower
gold production, lower realized gold prices, and charges
for reorganization items.

On July 31, 1998, the Company filed a joint liquidating
Plan of Reorganization for Pegasus Gold Inc., Pegasus Gold
Corporation, and certain of its non-operating subsidiaries.
The holders of common shares in Pegasus Gold Inc. will not
receive any distribution in respect of their respective  
interests.

On July 17, 1998, Florida Canyon Mining, Inc., Montana
Tunnels Mining, Inc., and Diamond Hill Mining, Inc. filed a
separate Plan of Reorganization for those three operating
mines and Pegasus Gold International, Inc. that proposes
to reorganize those operating assets into a new entity.  
Under this Plan, those companies' creditors, primarily the
bank group, would exchange their debt for the majority of
the equity in the new company.

The Company has delivered gold in 1998 at the spot market
price, due to the close out of the hedge book, which has
left the Company completely unhedged. During the second
quarter of 1998, the Company realized an average gold price  
of $300 per ounce, compared to the COMEX average spot price
of $300 per ounce.

The 1998 exploration program is focusing on expanding
resources at the operating mine sites.  At Florida Canyon
work continues to expand reserves in the area to the
northeast of the existing operations.  At Diamond Hill,  
exploration activity continues at depth in the North Zone,
and to test for new ore zones south of the Glory Hole.
Recent surface work at Diamond Hill has identified
prospective targets which are to be evaluated by further
drilling.  At Montana Tunnels, a deep drilling program is
continuing to extend known mineralization below the pit
limits with the view of future underground mining.


PETRIE RETAIL: Posts $1.3M Loss For June
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Petrie Retail Inc. posted a net loss of about $1.3 million
on sales of $36.4 million for the five weeks ended July 4.
The women's apparel retailer's gross margin for June was
$15 million, and EBITDA totaled nearly $1.7 million.
Reorganization and store closing costs for the month were
$1.8 million and $0.5 million, respectively. (The Daily
Bankruptcy Review Copyright c August 6, 1998; ABI 06-Aug-
98)


PINNACLE BRANDS: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors
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Debtor:  Pinnacle Brands Inc.
         1845 Woodall Rodgers Freeway
         Suite 1300
         Dallas, Texas 75201

Type of business: Designs, Produces and distributes sports
trading card and related products

Court: District of Delaware

Filed: 07/23/98    Chapter: 11

Debtor's Counsel: Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler,
LLP
                  425 Park Avenue
                  New York, NY 10022-3598
                  (212) 836-8000
                  
                  Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP
                  11th Floor - Rodney Square North
                  PO Box 391
                  Wilmington, Delaware 19801

Total Assets:              $68,787,000
Total Liabilities:        $300,528,000
                                                   No. of
                                         Amount    Holders
                                         ------    -------
Fixed, liquidated secured debt    $116,250,000          9
Contingent secured debt            Undetermined    Unknown
Disputed secured debt              Undetermined    Unknown
Unliquidated secured debt          Undetermined    Unknown

Fixed, liquidated unsecured debt   $184,278,000    Unknown
Contingent unsecured debt          Undetermined    Unknown
Disputed unsecured debt            Undetermined    Unknown
Unliquidated unsecured debt        Undetermined    Unknown

No. of shares of preferred stock          4,025          1
No. of shares of common stock         20,739,105   Unknown  

20 Largest Unsecured Creditors:

   Name                              Nature         Amount
   ----                              ------         ------
Major League Baseball Prop           Licensor    $4,225,000
National Hockey League Players Ass.  Licensor    $3,880,000
National Hockey League Ent.          Licensor    $3,163,000
J.L.Clark                               Trade    $2,009,714
Major League Baseball Players Assn.  Licensor    $1,925,000
Great Western Press, Inc.               Trade    $1,325,041
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP       Professional    $1,300,000
Johnsbyne Company                       Trade    $1,144,498
Graphic Service                         Trade    $1,127,552
Laser Tech Color, Inc.                  Trade    $1,023,043
Uv Color South                          Trade    $1,004,068
National Football League Prop.       Licensor      $830,000
Westvaco                                Trade      $757,082
Marto Magic S.L.                        Trade      $739,934
National Football Players, Inc.      Licensor      $699,000
O'Sullivan Inc.                         Trade      $640,387
UPI Marketing                           Trade      $448,000
Arktos Sports, Inc.                     Trade      $424,721
Travel Tags/American Vinylith           Trade      $367,669
Arthur Andersen & Co.            Professional      $302,649


TEVA PHARMACEUTICALS: Reports Worst Quarter in Years
----------------------------------------------------
Teva Pharmaceutical Incustries Ltd. announced its 1998
second quarter and six months financial results.  Net
income for the second quarter of 1998 was $17.1 million, or
$0.28 per ADR. This compares to $33.9 million, or $0.55 per
ADR, reported in the second quarter of 1997. Total sales in
the quarter were $247.1 million, as compared to $270.7
million in the second quarter of 1997.

Mr. Eli Hurvitz, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Teva, commented, "The second quarter of 1998 was the worst
and most difficult quarter we have had in many years. Teva
USA's under performance continues to negatively impact
Teva's overall results, but we very firmly believe that the
worst is now behind us, and that our Company's overall
performance in the second half of this year will
show marked improvement."

For the first six months of 1998, net income totaled $42.2
million, or $0.69 per ADR, compared to $65.4 million, or
$1.06 per ADR, reported for the first six months of 1997.
Total sales for the six month period were $515.7 million,  
compared to $538.2 million, in the comparable period of
last year.


THERMADYNE HOLDINGS: Offers to Exchange Debentures
--------------------------------------------------
Thermadyne Holdings Corporation is offering to exchange
$1,000 principal amount at maturity of registered 12 1/2%
Senior Discount Debentures due 2008 issued by the Company
for each $1,000 principal amount at maturity of
unregistered 12 1/2% Senior Discount Debentures due 2008
issued by the Company, of which an aggregate principal
amount at maturity of $174,000,000 is outstanding.
The form and terms of the New Debentures are identical to
the form and terms of the Old Debentures except that the
New Debentures have been registered under the Securities
Act of 1933, as amended and will not bear any
legends restricting their transfer.


DLS CAPITAL PARTNERS: Bond Pricing - Week of August 3, 1998
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Following are indicated prices for selected issues:

Amer Pad & Paper  13 '05            57-59
Amer Telecasting  0/14 1/2 '04      24-26
Asia Pulp & Paper 11 3/4 '05        80-82
APS 11 7/8 '06                       7-10(f)
Boston Chicken 7 3/4 '04            20-22
Brazos 10 1/2 '07                   65-68
Brunos 10 1/2 '05                   16-18(f)
CAI Wireless 12 3/4 '04             24-25(f)
Cityscape 12 3/4 '04                39-41(f)
E &S Holdings 10 3/8 '06            67-68
Grand Union 12 '04                  58-59(f)
Golden Book 7.65 '02                68-70
Harrah's Jazz 14 1/4 '01            28-30(f)
Hechinger 9.45 '12                  77-78
Liggett 11 1/2 '99                  75-78
Mobilemedia 9 3/8 '07               45-48(f)
Penn Traffic 9 5/8 '05              32-33
Service Merchandise 9 '04           70-71
Sunbeam 0 '18                    171/2-181/2
Zenith 6 1/4 '11                    31-33(f)


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