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Thursday, December 10, 1998, Vol. 2, No. 241
                 
                 Headlines

ACME METALS: Trustee Asks Court To Unseal Request
AL TECH: Hearing on Disclosure Statement Set For Nov 25
CALDOR: Seeks Expansion Of Deloitte's Role
CAMPO ELECTRONICS: Notice of Need To File Claims
DOEHLER-JARVIS: Effective Date Occurred November 24, 1998

EAGLE CAPITAL: Notice of Commencement of Case
FIRST-PLUS: Class Action Announced
INTERACTIVE: Plans To File Plan of Reorganization
LIBERTY HOUSE: Judge Ok's Retention and Severance Programs
LIFEONE: Judge Orders Identification of Owners

MANHATTAN BAGEL: New World Coffee Names President
MOBILEMEDIA: Seeks To Extend Exclusive Solicitation Period
NATIONAL ENERGY: Oppenheimer and Salomon Bros File Petition
PARADISE BAKERY: Committee Seeks Substantive Consolidation
PARAGON TRADE: Seeks Authority to Sell Realty

PEGASUS GOLD: Court Resets Plan Hearing For Dec. 22
PEGASUS GOLD: Judge To Rule Soon On Company's Future
PITTSBURGH PENGUINS: Announce Mellon's Sponsorship
RAND ENERGY: Order Approves Employ of Ware, Snow
RAND ENERGY: Committee Taps Pressler Petroleum Consultants

RINCON ISLAND: Exclusivity Hearing Set for Dec 15
SFH TRADING: Case Summary
WINDSOR ENERGY: Exclusivity Hearing Set for Dec 15
WINTERSILKS: Hearing Set To Consider Disclosure Statement
WORLD PACIFIC AIR: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors

WSR CORPORATION: Seeks Extension of Exclusive Periods
YBM MAGNEX: Files for Bankruptcy
    
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ACME METALS: Trustee Asks Court To Unseal Request
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Acme Metal's U.S. Trustee is seeking to unseal a revised
motion by an unofficial group of Acme subsidiary Alpha Tube
Corp.'s trade creditors requesting the appointment of an
official committee of Alpha Tube unsecured creditors.  "The
U.S. Trustee believes ... that access to the revised
motion, and factual averments, should be made available to
all interested parties," the trustee argued in a Dec. 3
motion.  The trade creditors failed to submit with the
sealed motion another motion setting forth the specific
basis for the confidentiality, a procedural defect,
according to the objection.  Moreover, the issues raised in
the motion are of general interest to creditors, the
trustee argues.  (Federal Filings Inc. 09-Dec-98)


AL TECH: Hearing on Disclosure Statement Set For Nov 25
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A first amended Disclosure statement and plan having been
filed on November 25, 1998, the court entered an order
setting the hearing to consider the approval of the first
amended disclosure statement to be held on December 30,
1998 at 2:00 p.m. U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Part II, 68 Court
Street, Room 310, Buffalo, New York 14202.  

December 29, 1998 is fixed as the last day for filing and
serving written objections to the disclosure statement.  
April 20, 1998 was fixed as the last day for filing proofs
of claim in the case.


CALDOR: Seeks Expansion Of Deloitte's Role
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Caldor Corp. is seeking court approval to expand the duties
of consultant Deloitte & Touche LLP to include the
generation of tax loss utilization strategies designed to
obtain entitled refunds through the carry over of net
operating losses. "In light of D&T's acquired familiarity
with the Debtors' financial affairs and the quality of
services previously rendered, the Debtors believe that it
is most economical, efficient, and beneficial to use D&T,
rather than a new firm, to pursue the [tax loss
utilization] strategies," the retailer argued in a Nov. 30
motion. The motion asserts that the additional services
will come at no cost to Caldor unless the firm is
successful in obtaining tax refunds. Caldor would pay
Deloitte & Touche one-third of any refunds, plus accrued
interest, realized as a result of the firm's strategies.
The fee arrangement also gives the firm the right to pursue
any claims against the Internal Revenue Service or state
taxing authorities if any of the strategies is later ruled
inapplicable. Caldor hired Deloitte & Touche in October
1995. (The Daily Bankruptcy Review Copyright and ABI c
December 9, 1998)


CAMPO ELECTRONICS: Notice of Need To File Claims
------------------------------------------------
It appeared from the schedules of the debtor, Campo
Electronics, Appliances and Computers, Inc., that there was
no estate from which any dividend could be paid to
creditors, and the creditors were initially advised that it
was unnecessary to file any claim.

It appearing subsequently that there is an estate from
which a dividend to creditors may be paid, creditors must
now file claims in the case in order to share in any
distribution from the estate, claims must be filed on or
before March 8, 1999.


DOEHLER-JARVIS: Effective Date Occurred November 24, 1998
---------------------------------------------------------
The Effective Date of the debtors' first amended and
modified consolidated plan under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code, dated August 19, 1998, occurred on
November 24, 1998.


EAGLE CAPITAL: Notice of Commencement of Case
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Eagle Capital Mortgage Ltd. filed a petition under
Bankruptcy Code Chapter 11 on November 9, 1998.  The
meeting of creditors is scheduled for December 15, 1998 at
9:30 am at the Office of the US Trustee 1100 Commerce St.
Room 9-E-23 Dallas, Texas.

Debtor: Eagle Capital Mortgage, Ltd., aka PACE Funding Co.,
aka Pace Funding Co., aka Pace Funding L.P. aka Pace
Mortgage aka EC mortgage L.P., aka EC Mortgage Ltd., aka
Eagle

Debtor's Address: 8131 LBJ Frwy. #420, Dallas, Texas 75251

The debtor's attorney is:
                          G. Michael Curran
                          Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld
                          1700 Pacific, Suite 4100
                          Dallas, Texas 75201
                          972-458-4080


FIRST-PLUS: Class Action Announced
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Faruqi & Faruqi announced that a Class Action has been
commenced in the United States District Court for the
Northern District of Texas on behalf of all purchasers of
FirstPlus Financial Group, Inc. (NYSE: FP) common stock
between June 5, 1997 and Nov.2, 1998, inclusive.

The Complaint charges that FirstPlus, a consumer finance
company which makes loans to homeowners based on the value
of their home, falsely claimed strong growth based upon its
conservative accounting practices inflating the price of
FirstPlus stock from its low of $ 21 to a Class Period high
of $ 61 7/8. The Complaint further charges that defendants
overvalued the Company's existing loan portfolio, failed to
record adequate loan loss reserves and became increasingly
dependent upon outside sources of capitalization. The
inflation of FirstPlus shares enabled the Company to use
its shares as currency to purchase other sources of
revenue, including Life Financial Corporation. These
purchases were designed to enable FirstPlus to post 1998
earnings growth.

The action also charges that Defendant Daniel T. Phillips,
as a means to avoid alerting the investment community of
the sale of a significant number of his FirstPlus shares,
utilized the inflated price of FirstPlus to obtain more
than $ 50 million from 3.7 million FirstPlus shares during
early 1998 by placing his FirstPlus stock into a family
partnership and then obtaining margin loans
collateralized solely by his FirstPlus shares.

On November 3, 1998, FirstPlus shocked the investment
community, according to the complaint, when it revealed a
70% decline in generative earnings, an $ 85.2 million write
down, and that it would begin dismantling FirstPlus to
avoid bankruptcy. FirstPlus's common stock dropped to below
$ 3 7/8 per share.


INTERACTIVE: Plans To File Plan of Reorganization
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Interactive Network announced that it is shortly planning
to file a plan of reorganization under its Chapter 11
bankruptcy proceeding, originally filed September 14, 1998,
pursuant to a Settlement Agreement entered into in July
1998, ending protracted litigation with its major secured
creditors/investors.

The plan of reorganization contemplates payment to all the
Company's creditors in full on their allowed claims, and
the conversion by the Company's secured creditors/investors
(TCI, NBC, Motorola and Sprint) of approximately
$39,000,000 in debt (including accrued interest) into
approximately 7,800,000 shares of the Company's Common
Stock, and the release by the secured creditors of their
liens on the Company's assets, including its patent
portfolio. The Company intends to contest certain
creditors' claims, including an unsecured claim of
$3,394,000 asserted by its former Chief Executive Officer,
David Lockton, based on an alleged deferred compensation
arrangement. The Company may also assert claims against Mr.
Lockton, based on what it believes are his mismanagement,
breaches of fiduciary duty and failure to satisfy a
contractual condition to his receipt of compensation.

In September, 1998, Mr. Lockton proposed a plan to the
Company's board of directors to take the Company private by
offering its current shareholders 10-15% of a new company
he planned to organize, valuing the Company's current
patent portfolio for that purpose at $5,000,000. Earlier in
sworn deposition testimony, Mr. Lockton had testified that
if the secured creditors had been allowed to take control
of the Company's patent portfolio for $25,000,000, that
would be tantamount to "stealing" the Company's patent
portfolio. The Company's board of directors has
refused to consider Mr. Lockton's "going private" plan, and
intends to vigorously exploit the Company's patent
portfolio once its Chapter 11 proceeding is concluded,
which is expected to occur in January 1999.

At that time, the Company will receive $10,000,000 in cash
pursuant to the Settlement Agreement with its secured
creditors/investors, approximately 70% of which it
anticipates will be required to pay its unsecured creditors
(and less if the Company is successful in resisting Mr.
Lockton's claim for deferred compensation). The Company has
in the recent past received and continues to receive
indications of interest in its patent portfolio from
responsible businesses, including Cable and Wireless
Communications and Two Way TV, that it intends to
pursue actively once its Chapter 11 proceeding is
concluded.

David Lockton has advised the Company that he and certain
other shareholders intend to call a special shareholders'
meeting to be held on December 30, 1998, for which he
intends to solicit proxies to replace the current board of
directors.

Mr. Lockton, while he was Chief Executive Officer, did not
keep the Company's books and records up to date and failed
to continue the services of its outside auditors.  Current
management has requested its former outside auditors to
again become its auditors (subject to approval by the
Bankruptcy Court), and hopes to have updated financial
statements available to send to its shareholders early in
1999.

The Company is seeking action in the courts to fix the date
of its shareholders' meeting in March 1999, rather than the
date sought by Mr. Lockton.


LIBERTY HOUSE: Judge Ok's Retention and Severance Programs
----------------------------------------------------------
On November 25, 1998, the Honorable Lloyd King entered an
order providing that the debtor, Liberty House, Inc. is
authorized to implement the Key Employee and Retention
Severance Programs; the Branch Store Key Employee Retention
Program and the Information Services Employee Retention
Program.


LIFEONE: Judge Orders Identification of Owners
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LifeOne, Inc. (OTCBB:LONE), announced that the
judge in Louisiana federal court presiding over the
involuntary bankruptcy filing against the company has
ordered the petitioners to identify their owners, sources
of funding and transactions, including stock manipulation
transactions alleged in the shareholder lawsuit against two
of the petitioners, among other defendants, in federal
district court in California, which preceded the
bankruptcy petition chronologically.

The two petitioners named in the federal shareholder
lawsuit, Arcadia Mutual Fund, Inc. and Asia
Equities, Inc., had strenuously objected to revealing this
information. The third petitioner, Black Sea
Investments, Ltd., had previously been deposed by LifeOne
and had provided most of this information.

The judge stated in his ruling that ... "the discovery
requests that pertain to the identity of the
petitioning creditors and the source of funds used in the
debenture purchases is relevant not only to
the merits of the bona fide dispute issue but also to
whether the petitioning creditors should be
required to post a bond or if damages were ultimately
awarded ..."

The judge denied LifeOne's preliminary motion to dismiss
the case. Based purely on the pleadings before him, and
without taking evidence, the judge did not conclude that a
sufficient basis for dismissing the lawsuit at this stage
existed.

Brent Chapel, CFO of LifeOne, said, "We're pleased that the
judge has compelled Arcadia and Asia to finally reveal the
truth about their ownership, their sources of funds, and
their trading activity, especially the trading activity
undertaken by third parties contracted to illegally
manipulate LifeOne's stock on behalf of Arcadia and Asia.
We will continue to advance our strong opposition to this
petition by appealing this preliminary ruling."


MANHATTAN BAGEL: New World Coffee Names President
-------------------------------------------------
New World Coffee & Bagels Inc. announced that it has named
Sanford Nacht president and COO of the company, according
to a newswire report. With more than 30 years of
turnaround management, franchise and construction
experience, Nacht has provided consulting services to
Manhattan Bagel Company Inc. and has led that company's
return to profitability. Manhattan Bagel is now a
subsidiary of New World Coffee & Bagels. (ABI 09-Dec-98)


MOBILEMEDIA: Seeks To Extend Exclusive Solicitation Period
----------------------------------------------------------
Mobilemedia Communications, Inc., et al., seeks to extend
the exclusive period during which the debtors may solicit
acceptances of their third amended joint plan of
reorganization.  

The debtor states that extension of the exclusive
solicitation period to and including March 31, 1999 is
necessary in order to permit the debtors to commence
solicitation and seek confirmation of a plan of
reorganization without the unnecessary delay disruption and
confusion that would accompany the filing of a competing
plan.   According to the debtors, allowing the debtors to
proceed with this process is in the best interest of the
parties.


NATIONAL ENERGY: Oppenheimer and Salomon Bros File Petition
-----------------------------------------------------------
The involuntary Chapter 11 petition filed against National
Energy Group by holders of 10-3/4% series B and series D
senior notes due 2006 claims that the company "is generally
not paying its debts as they become due."  Creditors
Oppenheimer High Income Fund, TCW Shared Opportunity Fund
II L.P., Shared Opportunity Fund IIB LLC, TCW Shared
Opportunity Fund III L.P., TCW Leveraged Income Trust L.P.,
Lutheran Brotherhood High Yield Fund, LB Series Fund Inc.,
High Yield Portfolio, Salomon Brothers Asset Management,
and Alliance High Yield Fund Inc., all hold National
Energy's senior notes.  The bondholder group filed the
involuntary petition in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Dallas
after National Energy failed to make an $8.9 million
interest payment due to bondholders on Nov. 2 and a 30-day
grace period had expired. (Federal Filings Inc. 09-Dec-98)


PARADISE BAKERY: Committee Seeks Substantive Consolidation
----------------------------------------------------------
The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Paradise
Holdings, Inc. is seeking substantive consolidation of the
estates of Paradise Holdings and Paradise Bakery, Inc.

The Committee states that substantive consolidation is
necessary because the assets and business functions of the
two debtors were commingled; that extending credit to
either debtor relies upon consolidated financial
information; that it is impossible to separate the debtors'
assets and liabilities, inter-corporate guaranties and
loans figured regularly in the business of the debtors; and
there exists a unity of interest ownership and corporate
control between the parent and subsidiary.


PARAGON TRADE: Seeks Authority to Sell Realty
---------------------------------------------
The debtor, Paragon Trade Brands, Inc. ("PTB") seeks
authorization to sell its manufacturing facility in
Porterville, California.

PTB has reached an agreement with Del Mesa Farms to sell
the Porterville Facility together with certain personal
property for a purchase price of $800,000.  After a
thorough marketing of such assets, PTB has determined that
the agreement currently represents the best possible price
for the sale of the Porterville facility.  This facility
was part of an acquisition of the assets of another company
and was never needed in debtor's business.   As soon as PTB
completed the purchase, the debtor shut down the facility.
And the facility was never used or contemplated to be used
in the debtor's business.


PEGASUS GOLD: Court Resets Plan Hearing For Dec. 22
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The court is delaying confirmation of Pegasus Gold Inc.'s
joint liquidating plan until Dec. 22 to ensure that
a financing facility is approved and that several proposed
settlements go through, according to a spokesman for the
mining company.  The Dec. 22 date was selected by the court
in part because of the timing of the financing
negotiations.  GE Capital and Citibank have both indicated
that due diligence would be completed on Dec. 15 and
indication letters would be submitted on Dec. 18.  The plan
faced opposition from bonding surety companies, the
Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Justice,
various Native American Tribes in Montana and the state's
Department of Environmental Quality.  The settlement
agreements were worked out on Friday in advance of Monday's
hearing, and resulted in all objections to the plan being
withdrawn, according to the spokesman. (Federal Filings
Inc. 09-Dec-98)


PEGASUS GOLD: Judge To Rule Soon On Company's Future
----------------------------------------------------
Bankruptcy Judge Gregg W. Zive said that he is likely to
rule on the future of Pegasus Gold Inc., Reno, Nev., by
Dec. 22 because "people need to know what's going on in
their lives," The Spokesman Review reported. Pegasus,
which filed chapter 11 on Jan. 16, wants to form a new
company, Apollo Gold, that consists of Pegasus Gold
International and three profitable mines. Fourteen
subsidiaries would be liquidated and the proceeds would be
distributed to creditors. Two final objections to the
plan were withdrawn on Monday. (ABI 09-Dec-98)


PITTSBURGH PENGUINS: Announce Mellon's Sponsorship
--------------------------------------------------
The Pittsburgh Penguins franchise yesterday announced a
three-year deal with Mellon Bank for advertising at the
Civic Arena, starting next week, according to The
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Penguins CEO J. Garvin Warden said
this is further evidence that the team plans to stay in
Pittsburgh, rather than move to another city. He said
"Mellon deserves a lot of credit for stepping up to support
another Pittsburgh business, especially during this
critical period..." The team, operating under chapter 11
protection, disputes that claims against the team have
reached $127 million. The team is awaiting word on an
improved deal with Fox Sports Pittsburgh that will increase
the team's TV revenue by $3 million a year; the deal is
subject to the court's approval. The additional revenue
from Mellon and Fox would accompany the $20 million loan
the team is seeking from Societe Generale, a French bank,
to shore up the team. Attorney Robert Sable of Sable,
Makoroff & Gusky said the team is still negotiating the
loan terms with the bank and the senior noteholders. Sable
said he may have to request another emergency hearing for
Monday in order to have the loan approved in time to meet
Tuesday's payroll. Societe Generale wants assurances that
it will be the first lender to have its $20 million
returned once the team emerges from bankruptcy. (ABI 09-
Dec-98)


RAND ENERGY: Order Approves Employ of Ware, Snow
------------------------------------------------
On November 23, 1998, the Court entered an order approving
the application of the Official Unsecured Creditors'
Committee to employ and retain Ware, Snow, Fogel, Jackson &
Greene, PC as counsel.


RAND ENERGY: Committee Taps Pressler Petroleum Consultants
----------------------------------------------------------
The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors applies for
an order authorizing the employment of Pressler Petroleum
Consultants, Inc., nunc pro tunc to November 18, 1998.

The Committee states that it needs the firm's advice with
respect to the debtor's gas and oil operations; analysis of
the condition of the oil and gas wells and production
related problems; analysis of the oil and gas reserves; and  
analysis of the fair market value of the oil and gas
properties.  The firm will evaluate proposed capital
expenditures of the debtor, evaluate the undeveloped oil
and gas properties of the estate; evaluate the debtor's
lease operating expenses and consult with the Committee
regarding any proposed sale of the any of the debtor's
properties.  The firm charges hourly rates ranging from $75
per hour to $150 per hour for Townes G. Pressler.


RINCON ISLAND: Exclusivity Hearing Set for Dec 15
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As previously reported in the December 1, 1998 issue of the
Troubled Company Reporter, Windsor Energy US Corporation
and Rincon Island Limited Partnership, debtors, are seeking
an extension of the exclusive periods relating to filing a
plan of reorganization and soliciting acceptances thereto.

The hearing on the motion will be held on December 15, 1998
at 10:00 am, 1415 State Street, Room 201, Santa Barbara,
CA.


SFH TRADING: Case Summary
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Debtor:  SFH Trading & Brokerage Ltd.
         41 Cedar Avenue
         Hamilton, Bermuda

Type of business: Broker for clients engaged in trading
financial assets and instruments.

Court: Southern District of New York

Case No.: 98-48732   Filed: 12/07/98    Chapter: 11

Debtor's Counsel: Kenneth P. Coleman
                  Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft
                  100 Maiden Lane
                  New York, NY 10038
                  (212) 504-6000


WINDSOR ENERGY: Exclusivity Hearing Set for Dec 15
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As previously reported in the December 1, 1998 issue of the
Troubled Company Reporter, Windsor Energy US Corporation
and Rincon Island Limited Partnership, debtors, are seeking
an extension of the exclusive periods relating to filing a
plan of reorganization and soliciting acceptances thereto.

The hearing on the motion will be held on December 15, 1998
at 10:00 am, 1415 State Street, Room 201, Santa Barbara,
CA.


WINTERSILKS: Hearing Set To Consider Disclosure Statement
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The hearing to consider approval of the proposed
Disclosure4 Statement of Wintersilks, Inc. will be held at
the US Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of
Wisconsin, 120 North Henry Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53703
on the 11th day of January 1999.  Objections to the
proposed Disclosure statement must be filed by January 6,
1999.


WORLD PACIFIC AIR: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors
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Debtor:  World Pacific Air Lease, Inc. (Air Alaska Inc.)
         Greenway Tower, Suite 950
         1231 Greenway Road
         Irving, Texas 75038

Court: Northern District of Texas, Dallas

Filed: 11/23/98  Chapter: 11

Debtor's Counsel: Weldon L. Moore, III
                  Creel, Sussman & Moore, LLP
                  5949 Sherry Lane, Suite 525
                  Dallas, Texas
                  (214) 378-8270

20 Largest Unsecured Creditors:

   Name                              Nature         Amount
   ----                              ------         ------
Wuhan Airlines             Business Dispute          $21M

Air Alaska Commuter
Holding Inc.                   Sale payment          $2.9M

Xingiang Airlines       Terminated contract          $1.7M

Haakon Heindal                  Finders Fee          
$1.044M

Thor K. Tjonrvein                      Loan         844,195

IRS                                   Taxes         650,570

ITA Holdings                           Loan         525,000

Easi Jet                   Business Dispute         499,980

Americana Aerospace                    Loan         108,000

Texas State Comptroller     Franchise Taxes          90,000


WSR CORPORATION: Seeks Extension of Exclusive Periods
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WSR Corporation, R&S Strauss, Inc., National Automotive
Stores, Inc. and National Auto Stores Corp. are seeking an
extension of their exclusive periods in which to file a
plan of reorganization and solicit acceptances thereto.

A hearing to consider the motion will be held on December
23, 1998.

Since the Petition date, the debtors state that they have
made great strides in stabilizing their businesses.  A new
President and CEO, Alfred L. Woods has been hired, the
debtors have spent significant time analyzing non-
residential real property leases, and the debtors obtained
authority to enter into an agency agreement with MEMA
Financial Services Group, Inc. pursuant to which the
debtors will post a $3 million letter of credit.

Extending the debtors' exclusive periods will enable the
debtors, the Creditors' Committee and other creditor
constituencies to continue to explore various restructuring
alternatives, and to develop a plan of reorganization with
maximum creditor support.  The bar date for filing pre-
petition claims was November 30, 1998.

The debtor seeks to extend the periods during which only
the debtors may file a plan and solicit acceptances thereof
to and including February 9, 1999 and April 12, 1999
respectively.


YBM MAGNEX: Files for Bankruptcy
--------------------------------
YBM Magnex International Inc., a magnet maker, said
yesterday it filed for bankruptcy protection in Canada and
that it expects to be indicted in the United States,
according to Reuters. Based in Newton, Pa., the company
expects authorities will be able to "marshall substantial
credible evidence of criminal wrongdoing." No further
information is available at this time. (ABI 09-Dec-98)

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