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    Wednesday, February 3, 1999, Vol. 3, No. 23

                   Headlines

AMERITRUCK: Seeks Bar Date of March 17, 1999
ANR ADVANCE: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors
BAKER HUGHES: To Cut 2,450 More Jobs
CITYSCAPE FINANCIAL: Hearing To Consider Sale of Loans
FPA MEDICAL: Committee Taps Greenberg Traurig

FPA MEDICAL: Hearing on Disclosure Statement Completed
GENEVA STEEL: Files For Chapter 11 Protection
INTERNATIONAL WIRELESS: BTFIC Objects To Extension
INTERNATIONAL WIRELESS: BTFIC Objects To Plan
INTERNATIONAL WIRELESS: Objects to Toronto Dominion Motion

INTERNATIONAL WIRELESS: Seeks Approval of Settlement
LARRY TUCKER INC: To Fight Involuntary Petition
LEVITZ: Seeks Approval of Lease Agreement With Barsell
LOTTOWORLD: Hearing On Disclosure Statement Set - March 4
MCA FINANCIAL: Lays Off All 900 Employees

MERCURY FINANCE: Hearing To Consider Confirmation of Plan
MONTGOMERY WARD: To Emerge From Chapter 11 Mid-year
NEWSTAR RESOURCES: Announces Corporate Turnaround Plan
SOUTHERN PACIFIC: Applies To Employ Special Counsel
SOUTHERN PACIFIC: Seeks Extension of Exclusivity

SUN TV: Bar Date Set For March 15, 1999
SUN TV: Wins Exclusivity Extension Through March 29

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AMERITRUCK: Seeks Bar Date of March 17, 1999
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Ameritruck Distribution Corp., et al., debtors seek a court
order fixing the bar date for filing proofs of claim.  A
hearing on the motion is set for February 5, 1999 at 9:15
AM in the Courtroom of the Honorable Harold C. Abramson,
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge, Earle Cabell Federal Building, 1100
Commerce Street, 14th Floor, Dallas, Texas 75242.

The debtors request that the court fix March 17, 1999 as
the bar date for filing proofs of claim by all creditors
except for governmental units, and May 10, 1999 as the bar
date for filing proofs of claim by governmental units.


ANR ADVANCE: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors
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Debtor:  ANR Advance Transportation Company
         5005 South 6th Street
         Milwaukee, WI

Type of business: Transportation

Court: District of Delaware

Involuntary Petition Filed: 02/2/99    Chapter: 11
Petitioners:

Central States Southeast and Southwest Areas Pension Fund  
Nature of Claim: Fringe Benefit Contributions  
Amount- 869,963

Central States Southeast and Southwest Areas Health and
Welfare Fund
Nature of Claim: Fringe Benefit Contributions
Amount - 782,861

Carmichael Cartage Company
Nature of Claim: Local Cartage Hauling
Amount - 31,614

Wisconsin Health Fund
Nature of Claim: Fringe Benefit Contributions
Amount - 192,438

Local 710 Health and Welfare Fund Claim
Nature of Claim: Fringe Benefit Contributions
Amount -  159,782

Local 710 Pension Fund
Nature of Claim: Pension Contributions
Amount - 171,648


BAKER HUGHES: To Cut 2,450 More Jobs
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Baker Hughes Inc., which slashed more than 4,000 jobs last  
year, says it will lay off another 2,450 employees by the
end of the first quarter in order to cut costs in the face
of depressed energy prices. The news came as the Houston-
based oil services company announced Monday its fourth-
quarter earnings had plunged to $6.1 million, down from
$114 million in the fourth quarter of 1997. Baker Hughes
had reduced its work force to 32,250 people by the end of
1998, from a peak of 36,500 employees in the second  
quarter of last year. The number of employees will be
further reduced to 29,800 by March 31.


CITYSCAPE FINANCIAL: Hearing To Consider Sale of Loans
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In the case of Cityscape Financial Corp., and Cityscape
Corp., debtors, the court entered an order to show cause
scheduling a hearing to consider the debtors' motion for an
order approving the sale of certain loans to Corus Bank,
N.A.

By their motion, the debtors request the entry of an order
approving the sale of their portfolio of "Sav*-A-Loans" to
Corus.

The terms of the agreements include: a price of 99.5% of
the then outstanding principal balance of each Mortgage
Loan sold, which is witching the range of prices fetched
for "Sav*-A-Loans" in previous sale s of Mortgage Loans;
the ability of Corus to decline to purchase for any reason
up to five percent of the "Sav*-A-Loans" offered for sale;
the customary representations and warranties given by
Cityscape in connection with its previous sale so Mortgage
Loans together with remedies for the breach thereof; and
customary closing conditions.


FPA MEDICAL: Hearing on Disclosure Statement Completed
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FPA Medical Management Inc. reported that all objections to
the company's Disclosure Statement for its second amended
plan of reorganization were resolved and the court
indicated that it would approve the adequacy of the
Disclosure Statement subject to mutual agreement by F
PA and representatives of its key creditor groups on the
terms of the company's post-Chapter 11 financing and
related emergence matters. In the event that the company
and its key creditor groups do not submit a consensual
solicitation order by mid-February, the court will consider
entry of the order at that time.

One of the final items to be resolved is the exit financing
ad the debtor is optimistic to conclude the matter within
the next few weeks.  The court approved the sale by FPA of
the assets of Cincinnati Health Partners, Inc. to
Physicians Associates, LLP of Cincinnati, Ohio for $3.7
million.  the sale is a component of the company's
strategic plan to divest businesses and facilities which
are outside its core business areas.

Under the terms of the second amended plan, members of the
company's pre-petition bank group will be issued on a pro
rata basis 94 percent of the new stock in reorganized F
PA in exchange for outstanding debt.  Holders of general,
allowed unsecured claims, including trade claims and the
company's 6.5% subordinated debentures due 2001, will be
issued on a pro-rata basis 6 percent of new stock in the
reorganized company.  Interests of existing equity holders
will be canceled.

The hearing to confirm the plan has been scheduled for
March 25.


FPA MEDICAL: Committee Taps Greenberg Traurig
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The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of FPA
Medical Management Inc., et al. seeks a court order
authorizing the employment and retention of the law firm of
Greenberg Traurig as primary counsel to the Committee.

The law firm will assist the Committee in its investigation
of the debtors' acts, conduct, assets, liabilities and
financial condition, and the operation of the debtors'
business.

The firm will advise the Committee regarding the
formulation of the debtors' plan of reorganization or
liquidation and represent the Committee in negotiating the
same;  The firm will assist the Committee in requesting the
appointment of a trustee or examiner should such action
become necessary.

The firm will charge its current hourly rates for its
services, which range from $100 per hour for legal
assistants to $500 per hour for shareholders.


GENEVA STEEL: Files For Chapter 11 Protection
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Geneva Steel Co. filed for Chapter 11 yesterday in the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court in Salt Lake City, citing a lack of
liquidity brought on by a dramatic surge in steel imports
and deteriorating market conditions. The Vineyard, Utah-
based company previously announced it would not
make a $9 million interest payment due on Jan. 15 to
holders of its 9-1/2% Senior Notes due 2004. Geneva Steel
also announced it was arranging a $125 million debtor-in-
possession credit facility. With the expected additional
liquidity, the company said it will be in a strengthened
position to continue serving customers and to pay post-
petition vendors in the ordinary course of business.
(The Daily Bankruptcy Review and ABI Copyright c February
2, 1999)


INTERNATIONAL WIRELESS: BTFIC Objects To Extension
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B.T. Foreign Investment Corporation ("BTFIC") objects to a
motion filed by the debtors, International Wireless
Communications Holdings, Inc., and its affiliates for the
entry of an order extending the debtors' exclusive periods
in which to file a Chapter 11 plan and to solicit
acceptances thereof.

BTFIC states that no consensual plan can be expected due to
presence of hostility and lack of cooperation among the
debtor and its creditors, and therefore exclusivity should
be terminated.

BTFIC argues that it has no intention of voting in favor of
any plan that permits RMDA's parent companies to retain any
interests in RMDA and coerces BTFIC in taking a debt
instrument that in any way resembles the New RMDA Secured
Notes.  BTFIC states that it will not reach an agreement
with RMDA or any of the other debtors on a plan that
remotely resembles the current plan since BTFIC refuses to
permit the debtors to shift the entire risk of loss under
the plan to BTFIC.

BTFIC also states that the debtors are not using the
exclusivity periods to reach a consensual resolution, but
rather to "cram down" a plan that unilaterally rewrites
RMDA's obligations to BTFIC.  The debtors have neither
proposed any material loan terms other than the principal.,
interest and maturity date features of the proposed New
RMDA Secured Notes nor even admitted whether BTFIC's
prepetition liens are valid, first priority perfected
liens.   Accordingly, BTFIC states that extending
exclusivity will serve no useful purpose.


INTERNATIONAL WIRELESS: BTFIC Objects To Plan
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B.T. Foreign Investment Corporation ("BTFIC") objects to
the second amended joint Chapter 11 plan of reorganization
of International Wireless Communications Holdings, Inc.,,
and its affiliated debtors.

Prior to January, 1998, BTFIC loaned $25 million to RMDA,
debtor, which owned wireless telecommunication businesses
in Latin America.  As security, RMDA and its affiliates,
including IWC-LAH pledged assets to BTFIC.

In addition, RMDA agreed to pay amounts equal to the
proceeds of sales of certain assets to repay the loan.  
According to BTFIC, RMDA did not honor this agreement.

BTFIC states that the ultimate parent, International
Wireless Communications Holdings, Inc. (IWCH) and direct
parent, International Wireless Communications, Inc. (IWC)
of RMDA improperly caused the debtor to transfer to the
parents in excess of $16 million for the sole purpose of
maximizing their own ability to recover IWCH's shareholder
and creditor investments in the holding companies at the
expense of the debtors' creditors, principally, BTFIC.

According to BTFIC, the parent companies are now asking the
court to confirm "joint plan" that would permit the parents
to continue using revenues of RMDA for seven years.  By the
time BTFIC's note comes due, the parents could well have
rendered the debtor an empty shell.

Specifically BTFIC states that the plan should not be
approved for the following reasons:

The plan has not been accepted by any class of claims or
interests, without taking into account insiders.

The plan is not feasible because it is likely to be
followed by a liquidation or further reorganization that is
not proposed in the plan and the debtors do not and cannot
provide any credible evidence that operating results or a
future sale will permit the debtors to satisfy their plan
obligations.

The release provisions violate the code as they are not
supported by valid consideration and preclude the court
from confirming the plan.

RMDA's plan is unfairly discriminatory in its treatment of
the BTFIC secured claim.

RMDA's plan fails to treat the BTFIC secured claim fairly
and equitably because it improperly provides for negative
amortization and inequitably shifts the entire burden of
the risk of recovery on BTFIC in favor of other debtors and
their affiliates.


INTERNATIONAL WIRELESS: Objects to Toronto Dominion Motion
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International Wireless Communications Holdings, Inc. and
its affiliates object to the motion of Toronto Dominion
Investments, Inc. to dismiss the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case
of Pakistan Wireless Holdings Limited ("PWH") for lack of
jurisdiction or, alternatively, to abstain from exercising
jurisdiction.

The debtors state that the court's exercise of jurisdiction
over PWH's bankruptcy case is entirely appropriate.  The
debtor states that Toronto Dominion waited to file its
motion until the debtors had put more than $1.1 million n
post-petition funding into PWH. Now the debtors have a plan
which is scheduled for confirmation on January 27, 1999.

With respect to PWH, the plan provides for payment of the
full value of secured claims, as well as payment of the
full value of unsecured claims, or a 25% cash payment.

The debtors argue that jurisdiction is proper since PWH
conducts business in the United States through its agents
and officers.  PWH clearly maintains personal property in
the U.S.  Two bank accounts alone are sufficient evidence
of such personal property according to the debtors.  

The debtors also argue that abstention is not in the best
interests of PWH and its creditors.  The debtor states that
case law supports abstention only under egregious
conditions.  There was no pre-bankruptcy litigation or
receivership proceedings pending against PWH.  And there is
no more appropriate forum available to protect the interest
of the parties, i.e. PWH and all of its creditors.  
Although Toronto Dominion suggests a Mauritius court as a
more appropriate forum, it does so on the basis that
Mauritius law allegedly will apply.  However, the Loan
Agreement and Pledge Agreement provide for the application
of New York and California law, and the debtors argue that
Mauritius law will only benefit Toronto Dominion.


INTERNATIONAL WIRELESS: Seeks Approval of Settlement
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The debtors, International Wireless Communications
Holdings, Inc., and affiliated debtors seek a court order
approving settlement with Asia Pacific Cellphone Co. Inc.,
and authority for Asia Pacific to change its vote.

The Stipulation provides that Asia Pacific shall have an
allowed general unsecured claim against Pakistan Wireless
Holdings Limited ("PWH") in the amount of $3.4 million,
eligible to vote on the plan in Class 3.5.

Pursuant to the plan, a Class 3.5 claim holder may choose
to receive a cash payment of 25% of its Allowed PWH General
Unsecured Claim in lieu of receiving a New PWH Unsecured
Note, as defined in the plan.  Pursuant to the Stipulation,
Asia Pacific has agreed to select the Cash Payment Option
and accept the sum of $850,000 in full payment and
settlement of its claim for breach of the Put Option and
any other unsecured claims of Asia Pacific against PWH.

The debtors' aggregate cash obligations in respect of the
Cash Payment Option may not exceed $900,000 according to
the terms of the plan.  To effectuate the Stipulation, the
debtors have agreed to waive the condition, and to obtain
the written consent of the Committee to such waiver.  The
Stipulation also provides for PWH to assume, pursuant to
the plan and subject to the occurrence of the Effective
Date of the Plan, the Shareholders Agreement, except as
modified by the Stipulation.  Based upon the Stipulation,
Asia Pacific has agreed to change its Class 3.5 vote and to
vote in favor of the plan.


LARRY TUCKER INC: To Fight Involuntary Petition
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Four creditors (Gulf Envelope, Husky Envelope Products,
American Mail-Well Inc. and American Spirit Graphics Corp.)
filed an involuntary chapter 11 petition against Larry
Tucker Inc. of Saddle River, N.J., on Jan. 22, seeking the
firm's liquidation, according to Direct Newsline. The
creditors claim to be owed an aggregate sum in the high six
figures. Founder Larry Tucker said the firm has not yet
been served with papers and that he heard about the filing
when he visited American Spirit headquarters last week. He
also said that the company has secured additional funding
from an existing lender and that it plans to increase
volume on several co-ops. Tucker mails about 30 million co-
op envelopes per year, and expects volume to double
in the second half of this year. Tucker said the firm's
problems began three years ago when a major client
discontinued its license to use the Sears name. Tucker lost
about $3 million in budgeted revenue as a result. The firm
cut costs in response, and Tucker estimates total debt is
now about $3 million. (ABI 2-Feb-99)


LEVITZ: Seeks Approval of Lease Agreement With Barsell
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Levitz Furniture Incorporated, et al., debtors, seeks a
court order approving the lease assignment agreement with
The Barsell Group, Inc. and authorizing the sale,
assumption and assignment of the San Diego lease covering
the premises located at 1190 W. Morena Boulevard, San
Diego, California.

Barsell has agreed to pay the debtors  $6 million in
exchange for the debtors' sale and assignment of their
interest in the San Diego Assets.  The debtors are
soliciting competing bids for their interests in the San
Diego Assets.  Any person or entity who desires to make a
competing bid for such interest must submit the competing
offer by February 5, 1999.  A qualifying competing offer
must be a minimum of $6.2 million.  In the event the
debtors' interest in the San Diego Assets is sold an
assigned to party other than Barsell, the debtors have
agreed to pay a $150,000 break-up fee.

The court will hold a hearing on February 17, 1999 to
consider the San Diego motion.


LOTTOWORLD: Hearing On Disclosure Statement Set - March 4
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the hearing ot consider the approval of the disclosure
statement of Lottowrld, Inc. d/b/a Lottoworld Magazine is
set for March 4, 1999 at 10:30 AM, U.S. Bankruptcy
Courthouse, fort Myers Federal Building and Federal
courthouse, Room 4-117, Courtroom D, 2110 First Street,
Fort Myers, Florida.


MCA FINANCIAL: Lays Off All 900 Employees
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MCA Financial Corp., one of Michigan's largest mortgage
companies serving customers rejected by banks, has laid off
all 900 employees.

The Southfield company`s abrupt shutdown Friday cause an
immediate ripple -- 100 layoffs at RIMCO Financing Corp., a
Detroit company that renovated and managed single-family
homes for MCA.


MERCURY FINANCE: Hearing To Consider Confirmation of Plan
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Mercury Finance Company, debtor, published a legal notice
in The Wall Street Journal on February 1, 1999.

On December 30, 1998 the Bankruptcy Court entered an order
approving the Second Amended Disclosure Statement as
containing "adequate information" and fixing February 12,
1999 as the date by which all votes to accept or reject the
Second Amended Plan must be received by the Balloting
Agent, and fixing February 12, 1999 as the last date for
filing objections to confirmation of the Second Amended
Plan.

A hearing to consider confirmation of the Second Amended
Plan will be held on February 22, 1999 in the U.S. District
Court for the Northern District of Illinois, 219 South
Dearborn Street, Room 2341, Chicago, Illinois at 10:00 AM.


MONTGOMERY WARD: To Emerge From Chapter 11 Mid-year
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Retailer Montgomery Ward & Co Inc., Chicago, expects to
emerge from chapter 11 by the middle of the year, per the
terms of an agreement the company made with its creditors,
the Associated Press reported. Under the plan announced
yesterday, creditor GE Capital will acquire Wards'
profitable direct marketing unit, The Signature Group. In
addition, Wards will place a yet-to-be-determined sum into
a fund to settle court-approved claims by other creditors.
They will receive a stake in Wards in exchange for their
claims. Wards filed chapter 11 last July and announced in
January that it would close 39 stores and cut about 4,000
jobs as part of its restructuring plan to improve profits.
After the closings, the 127-year-old retailer will have 252
stores. (ABI 2-Feb-99)


NEWSTAR RESOURCES: Announces Corporate Turnaround Plan
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Newstar Resources Inc. (Nasdaq: NERIF; Toronto: NER) wishes
to announce the implementation of an aggressive corporate
turnaround plan.  The foundation of the plan is to  
stabilize the Company's vendor debt, seek the cooperation
of its senior and other lenders, and develop its core
natural gas assets in Michigan and Texas.

Recently, Newstar concluded an agreement with a key group
of creditors, which included Baker Hughes, Midway Tristate,
Schlumberger, Weatherford and others, implementing a
corporate turnaround strategy.  The plan considers all
trade creditors and lenders.  It also contemplates the
importance of realizing the value in Newstar's undeveloped
acreage.

To assist with implementing the plan, the Company has hired
Mr. David L. Pratt as Workout Manager, an independent
consultant who is experienced with oil and gas turnarounds.  
To implement the plan, Mr. Pratt will have the necessary
authority to negotiate joint venture and other agreements,
buy or sell assets for the benefit of the Company, and
evaluate current general and administrative costs.

Also, Newstar's primary lender, CIBC Oppenheimer has
noticed the company of defaults in certain loan provisions,
including maintenance of the required current ratio and
existence of liens on certain properties.  CIBC Oppenheimer
also has redetermined the Company's borrowing base from $10
million to $6 million and according to the credit agreement
the company can cure the deficiency over a six-month
period.  Newstar has met with CIBC to discuss the curing of
defaults and possible turnaround scenarios.  Another
meeting is set for early February at which Newstar will
present its plan.  Subsequent to that meeting, Newstar, its
Workout Manager and vendor representatives will present a
plan to all creditors and solicit their input and co-
operation.

"Faced with the weakest industry conditions in over a
decade, the Company is taking decisive action to protect
its future cash flow and the interests of the Company's
creditors and shareholders," said Jack Piedmonte,
President. "The Company's current working capital
deficiency has severely hampered Company growth and,
consequently, is at the root of Newstar's stock price
erosion."

"Although management has already executed a cost reduction
program, more cuts will be forthcoming.  Newstar has a
tremendous inventory of undeveloped proven properties that
are ready to drill.  Developing these properties will have
an immediate impact by significantly increasing cash flow
and increasing the Company's bank borrowing base.
Therefore, a core element of our turnaround plan includes
developing these properties.  I believe that Mr. Pratt will
greatly assist in these efforts," continued Piedmonte.

Michigan-based Newstar Resources Inc. is an independent
natural gas and oil exploration and production company with
operations in Michigan, Ohio and Texas. The company is
listed on the Nasdaq National Market System under the
symbol NERIF and the Toronto Stock Exchange under the
symbol NER.


SOUTHERN PACIFIC: Applies To Employ Special Counsel
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Southern Pacific Funding Corporation, debtor, owns or
services loans secured by residential property located in
approximately 42 states.  SPFC requests employment of
Collection Attorneys for collection and foreclosure
matters.  Generally the Collection Attorneys will be
performing discrete tasks and will be charging less than
$1,000 per matter.  It would be burdensome and expensive to
the estate if fee applications for the Collection Attorneys
were required to be submitted.  A list of 57 Collection
Attorneys throughout the 42 states is attached to the
motion.


SOUTHERN PACIFIC: Seeks Extension of Exclusivity
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The debtor, Southern Pacific Funding Corporation seeks to
extend through and including April 29, 1999 its exclusive
period within which to file a plan and to extend through
and including June 28, 1999, its exclusive period for
soliciting acceptances to its plan.

The debtor states that cause for the requested extension of
the Exclusivity Periods exists in this case because this is
a large and complex case. The debtor submits that it has
been diligent and has made significant progress in the
first four months of the case, and the debtor intends to
continue such progress in the upcoming months as it works
with the Creditors' Committee to formulate a plan.  The
debtor has satisfied and will continue to satisfy its
postpetition obligations as they come due. The debtor is
not using the extension of exclusivity to improperly
pressure creditors to accede to its demands.

The debtor resolved litigation with Wilshire Real Estate
Partnership, LP, laying the groundwork for a plan by
studying complex legal and financial issues that must be
resolved in order to negotiate a and formulate a plan. The
debtor's tax advisors have identified several significant
tax issues that must be resolved before a plan may be
proposed, including treatment of net operating losses. the
debtor has also rejected more than 33 leases, closing
offices and disposing of surplus tangible assets for a net
amount exceeding $1.2 million.


SUN TV: Bar Date Set For March 15, 1999
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In the case of Sun TV Appliances, Inc., and Sun Television
and Appliances, Inc., debtors, the court entered an order
establishing March 15, 1999 as the general claims bar date.


SUN TV: Wins Exclusivity Extension Through March 29
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Sun Television & Appliances Inc. won a 60-day extension of
its exclusive periods to file a reorganization plan and
solicit plan acceptances, to March 29 and May 14,
respectively, according to the order. Sun TV asserted that
the initial 120-day exclusive period was not enough
time "to formulate a meaningful, feasible plan of
reorganization," according to its Jan. 12 motion.
The regional consumer electronics retailer, which announced
plans to liquidate its assets in November, has been
auctioning off groups of properties. The motion seeking the
extension cited those sales as evidence Sun TV's
liquidation was moving forward at a good pace. The order
extending exclusivity was signed Jan. 26. There were no
objections. (The Daily Bankruptcy Review and ABI Copyright
c February 2, 1999)


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