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    Wednesday, March 10, 1999, Vol. 3, No. 47

                   Headlines

ATLAS CORP: Court Ok's Counsel To Atlas Precious Metals
BONNEVILLE PACIFIC: Meets with Advisor to Consider Sale
CHAPEL COMPANY: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors
CLARK BAR: Files For Bankruptcy
CORONA RANCH: Files Chapter 11

DEPALMA PRINTING: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors
EDISON BROS: To File Bankruptcy - Again
FASTCOMM: Reports Third Fiscal Quarter Results  
GENEVA STEEL: Taps Counsel For Cases in Mexico
GENEVA STEEL: Seeks Court Authority To Employ Parr Waddoups

HOMESTAKE MINING: Buys Argentina Gold
IMARK TECHNOLOGIES: Notice of Confirmation of Plan
JUMBOSPORTS: Notice of Hearing
LAWRENCE GROUP: Trustee To Be Appointed
NU-KOTE: Court Denies Exclusivity Request

PAYLESS CASHWAYS: Seeks Less Expensive Headquarters
PENN TRAFFIC: Seeks Restructuring
PHILIP SERVICES: Reaches Accord To Redo Debt
READING CHINA AND GLASS: Bar Date Set For April 26
RIO GRANDE: Order Confirms Plan

ROASTERS CORP: Order Confirms Plan
SCOTT CABLE: Going Back To Court With IRS
USTEL: Evaluating Options, Including Bankruptcy
VOICE IT: Order Fixes Date For Filing Disclosure Statement
WILSHIRE FINANCIAL: Hearing Set For Disclosure Statement

WIRELESS ONE: Meeting of Creditors
WORLDWIDE DIRECT: Seeks Authority To Retain Consultant

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ATLAS CORP: Court Ok's Counsel To Atlas Precious Metals
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado
approved the application of the debtor Atlas Precious
Metals Inc. to employ Sender & Wasserman, PC as counsel to
Atlas Precious Metals Inc.


BONNEVILLE PACIFIC: Meets with Advisor to Consider Sale
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Bonneville Pacific Corp. said on Monday that it met with
its bankruptcy-court appointed financial advisor, CIBC
Oppenheimer Corp., which will help the energy company
decide whether to sell some or all of its assets, according
to a newswire report. CIBC Oppenheimer will solicit bids
from interested parties for some or all of the operations
of the company. (ABI 09-Mar-99)


CHAPEL COMPANY: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors
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Debtor:  Chapel Company, Inc.
         1537 Glen Avenue
         Moorestown, NJ 08057

Affiliates Filing Chapter 11: Chapel Distribution Inc.
                              DePalma Printing Co. Inc.
Court: District of Delaware

Case No.: 99-518    Filed: 03/08/99    Chapter: 11

Debtor's Counsel: David Fournier, Esq.
                  Pepper Hamilton LLP
                  1201 Market Street
                  P.O. Box 1709
                  Wilmington, DE
                  (312) 777-6500

20 Largest Unsecured Creditors:

   Name                              Amount
   ----                              ------         
Adpel Associates                     46,200
Amerihealth Insurance Co.            89,048
Case Paper Company                   46,508
Central Lewmar Paper                424,503
Delaware Valley Bindery              96,000
Direct Mail                          22,600
Fell Brothers                        29,513
GCIU Local 14                        48,609
GE Richards                          82,120
Gould Paper                          79,712
Graphic Systems, Inc.                67,250
Kenney and Kearney                   54,646
Keystone Printing Ink Co.            25,702
Monarch Ink                          23,287
Pittman Company                      92,868
RIS Paper                           123,234
UPS                                  29,168
Unisource                            45,000
WWF Paper Corporation                46,508
XPEDX                                30,752


CLARK BAR: Files For Bankruptcy
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The maker of the Clark Bar filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection Monday after years of financial turmoil.

"Clark has had many problems in the past several years,"
Clark Bar America Inc. spokeswoman Diana Scally said.
"Unfortunately, it's just gotten to the point where we need
protection from creditors."

Company officials have worked for the past 18 months on a
restructuring plan but ran out of time and had no option
but to seek bankruptcy protection in federal court, Scally
said. The candy bar ran into trouble once before when its  
previous maker filed for bankruptcy protection.

The filing will enable Clark to keep operating under a
court's supervision while it develops a plan for returning
to solvency, to facilitate a restructuring or a sale of all
or parts of the retail organization.

It was the best option to keep some 100 employees working
to produce the signature Clark Bar, a chocolate-coated
peanut butter crunch bar, and other variations, Scally
said. Officials are discussing bringing in new investors or
selling the company; no immediate layoffs are expected,
Scally said.


CORONA RANCH: Files Chapter 11
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Corona Ranch LLP, a limited partnership backed by real
estate developer Legacy Partners Development Inc., has
filed chapter 11 in an attempt to restructure tax debt on a
20-acre residential property in Corona, Calif., The
Business Press reported. Corona Ranch filed chapter
11 on Feb. 27, and listed liabilities of at least $1
million. Primary creditors include the city of
Corona, Riverside County, the Corona-Norco Unified School
District and Legacy Partners. (ABI 09-Mar-99)


DEPALMA PRINTING: Case Summary & 20 Largest Creditors
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Debtor:  DePalma Printing Company, Inc.
         1537 Glen Avenue
         Moorestown, NJ 08057

Affiliates Filing Chapter 11: Chapel Distribution Inc.
                              Chapel Company Inc.

Court: District of Delaware

Case No.: 99-519    Filed: 03/08/99    Chapter: 11

Debtor's Counsel: David Fournier, Esq.
                  Pepper Hamilton LLP
                  1201 Market Street
                  P.O. Box 1709
                  Wilmington, DE
                  (312) 777-6500

20 Largest Unsecured Creditors:

   Name                              Amount
   ----                              ------         
Ailing and Cory             8,469
Creative Laminating     8,171
De Palma Enterprise    39,575
Dilworth Paxson     17,350
Dynamic Die Cutting     9,210
Equitable Life     10,787
Fox Bindery      39,833
Freedman Die Cutters    10,827
Graphic Solution     20,800
Graphic Systems Inc.    16,843
Invincible Business Forms    9,368
Valey Die Cutting                     9,238
Vulcan Binder                        15,329
XRC Inc. of New Jersey                9,596
AJ La Course                         12,555
Lindenmeyer-Munroe Paper   27,831
M&M Die Cutting     14,162
Pano Dot      68,292
Public Service     10,653
TBC Color Imaging     22,407


EDISON BROS: To File Bankruptcy - Again
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Severe competition and disappointing operating results will
force Edison Brothers Stores Inc. to file for bankruptcy
Tuesday morning, company officials said.

Edison, a national retail discount chain that sells apparel
and footwear, on Monday said it is filing for bankruptcy
protection in Delaware under Chapter 11 of the U.S.
Bankruptcy Code. The filing will enable Edison
to keep operating  under a court's supervision while it
develops a plan for returning to solvency, to facilitate a
restructuring or a sale of all or parts of the retail  
organization.

Edison officials said they have no plans to lay off workers
in its stores and distribution centers, although officials
said 250 positions at its headquarters had been eliminated.
Edison emerged from a previous Chapter 11 reorganization in
September 1997, and a new management team took over the
company in January 1998. Edison operates Bakers and Wild
Pair footwear stores, 5-7-9 junior apparel stores,
Riggings, JW, Coda and Repp Ltd., Big and Tall menswear
stores and Repp by Mail men's catalog.

Shares of Edison were unchanged at 31 1/4 cents in light
trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market.

Bankruptcy Creditors' Service, Inc., resumed publication of
Edison Brothers Bankruptcy News following yesterday's
filing in Wilmington, Delaware.  A copy of the 25th issue of
the newsletter, including a consolidated list of the Debtors'
35 largest unsecured creditors, is posted at:

   ftp://bankrupt.com/Bankruptcy_News/Edison_Brothers/

along with free back issues from the Edison Brothers I
bankruptcy cases.


FASTCOMM: Reports Third Fiscal Quarter Results  
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FastComm Communications Corp. (OTC BB:FSCX) reported today
its financial results for the third quarter of fiscal 1999,
ended 30 January 1999.

Revenue for the period was $1.7 million, down from $2.1
million in the same quarter of the previous fiscal year.
There was a net loss of $1.2 million ($.10 per share),
which included reorganization related charges of $215,000.
This compared favorably to a $3.2 million ($.31 per share)
loss a year ago.

On a fiscal year to date basis, the Company reported
revenue of $4.0 million, down from $5.6 million for the
corresponding period of the previous fiscal year. There was
a net loss of $4.8 million ($.38 per share), which included  
reorganization related charges of $529,000. This compared
to a $6.9 million ($.69 per share) loss a year ago.

"The Chapter 11 continues to hamper our selling efforts,"
said Peter C. Madsen, FastComm president. "We filed our
final disclosure statement and plan of reorganization with
the endorsement of the creditors committee. We look
forward  to the confirmation of our plan and anticipate
emerging from Chapter 11  shortly."

The Company continues to reduce its operating overheads.
Third quarter selling, general and administrative expenses
decreased $134,000 or (11%) when compared with the previous
quarter and $771,000 or (43%) when compared with that of
the third quarter of the previous fiscal year. On a fiscal
year to date basis, such costs have declined over $1.5
million or (29%).


GENEVA STEEL: Taps Counsel For Cases in Mexico
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The debtor, Geneva Steel Company applies to employ Skadden,
Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP ("Skadden") and Gonzalez
Luna y Perez De Acha ("GLP") as special counsel for the
specified special purpose of representing Geneva in
proceedings involving "anti-dumping" duties imposed by
Mexico against Geneva.

One matter, requiring immediate attention is the appeal of
the effect of the "sunset" provision on the plate-in-coil
steel anti-dumping order.  The other two matters involve
cut-length steel plate and hot-rolled sheet steel.

The debtor has agreed to pay $25,000 as a retainer for GLP
to pursue the proceeding regarding plate-in-coil steel and
seeks immediate approval for this payment so that GLP can
file the general power of attorney on Geneva's behalf.  If
successful, Geneva will owe an addition contingency fee of
$50,000 to GLP.  Geneva states that if it becomes able to
sell plate-in-coil steel in Mexico, Geneva will realize,
potentially millions of dollars in revenue from sales.

With regard to Cut-length plate steel, Geneva requires the
services of Skadden and GLP to ensure SECOFI's compliance
with a certain overturned order.  Geneva previously paid
GLP $100,000 for its work in this matter.  Skadden bills
for each of these matters by the hour.

With regard to the hot-rolled sheet steel Skadden and GLP
filed a new proceeding.  Geneva has already paid $18,750 to
GLP as its share of this litigation.  If successfully
overturned, so that Geneva is allowed to sell hot-rolled
sheetsteel in Mexico, Geneva will owe GLP an additional
$18,750.

Skadden attorneys bill at an hourly rate ranging from $390-
$600 per hour for partners, $375 per hour for counsel and
$180-$360 per hour for associates.


GENEVA STEEL: Seeks Court Authority To Employ Parr Waddoups
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The debtor, Geneva Steel, seeks court authority to employ
the Salt Lake City law firm of Parr Waddoups Brown Gee &
Loveless, as special counsel.

The firm will render the following professional services:

Environmental permitting, compliance, rule-making;

Administrative water right filings in the vicinity of
Geneva's properties;

Preservation of Geneva's limestone and iron mining
properties;

Ongoing operations of Geneva and its subsidiaries;

CPICOR Management Company LLC negotiation of agreements
with the US Department of Energy;

Mechanics and other liens against Geneva property

Property and sales tax and other assessments against Geneva
and its property;

The acquisition and disposition of real and personal
property;

Securities compliance, disclosure;

Employment-related matters, excluding negotiation of
collective bargaining.

The firm will also represent Geneva in litigation and
regulatory matters that are currently pending or that may
arise during the case other than bankruptcy matters.  The
customary hourly rates for Parr Waddoups attorneys who will
likely be asked to perform services for Geneva presently
range from $120 to $235 per hour.


HOMESTAKE MINING: Buys Argentina Gold
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Giant U.S. miner Homestake Mining Co. joined its major gold
producing rivals in the acquisition arena Monday with a
$200-million friendly takeover of upstart Canadian
exploration firm Argentina Gold Corp.  The all-stock
transaction gives San Francisco-based Homestake,  
one of North America's largest gold companies, 60-percent
control over the prized Veladero gold mining project in
Argentina's northwestern San Juan province.

Veladero is estimated to contain 4.5 million ounces of gold
and 100 million ounces of silver, though Argentina Gold
officials have said the mine could ultimately yield as much
as 20 million ounces of gold.

"Based on recent independent surveys and our own due
diligence, we believe that the Veladero property is a
superb gold asset with exceptional upside potential,"
Homestake Chief Executive Jack Thompson said in a press
release following the takeover.

Homestake, a conservative gold producer with operations in
the United States, Canada, Australia and Latin America,
said it would begin an aggressive drilling program to
increase Veladero's reserves later this year.

The deal is a slap in the face for Canada's Barrick Gold
Corp.  which  launched late last year a bitterly contested
and ultimately unsuccessful C$160-million, or C$5.00 a
share, takeover bid for Argentina Gold.  Barrick, which
owns the remaining 40 percent of Veladero, allowed that bid  
to expire one month ago.

Although Homestake appeared the winner in the race for the
prized project, analysts expressed concerns the U.S.
company had paid too high a premium for its catch.

Under the terms of the agreement, investors will receive
0.545 Homestake shares for each Argentina Gold share
tendered, a 63-percent premium on Argentina Gold's close of
C$4.80 a share Friday on the Vancouver Stock Exchange.
Argentina Gold shares rose C$2.10 to C$6.90 a share in late
afternoon trading Monday on the VSE.

Homestake said it planned to issue about 21 million shares,
equal to 8.8 percent of the company's outstanding shares,
to complete the deal. Homestake shares were unchanged at
$14.40 a share Monday on the American Stock Exchange.
If Argentina Gold shareholders approve the deal, which is
expected to occur within the next two months, Homestake
will become the third major gold player to poach an up-and-
coming producer in the past four months.($1=$1.52 Canadian)


IMARK TECHNOLOGIES: Notice of Confirmation of Plan
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of VA,
Alexandria Division entered an order on March 3, 1999
confirming the plan of reorganization filed by Imark
Technologies, Inc.


JUMBOSPORTS: Notice of Hearing
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On March 23, 1999 at 1:30 PM the court will conduct a final
evidentiary hearing to consider the application of the
debtor, JumboSorts Inc., and its affiliates for
authorization to employ Jefferies & Company, Inc. as
financial advisor for the debtor.


LAWRENCE GROUP: Trustee To Be Appointed
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Judge Robert Littlefield Jr. ruled on Feb. 26 that a
trustee should be appointed in the Lawrence Group Inc.
bankruptcy case to shepherd the Schenectady, N.Y., company
through reorganization, according to a newswire report. The
judge agreed with Fleet National Bank of Providence, R.I.,
that a trustee should be appointed but he rejected the
bank's alternative request that the two-year-old case be
converted to chapter 7 liquidation. Fleet is indenture
trustee for Alpha Trust, the financial vehicle to which
Lawrence Group owes $27 million. (ABI 09-Mar-99)


NU-KOTE: Court Denies Exclusivity Request
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Bankruptcy Judge Keith Lundin has denied Nu-Kote's request
for an extension on exclusivity, according to a law firm
involved in the case. Judge Lundin determined that the Nu-
kote cases would move forward if exclusivity were not
extended, and he determined that the "reasons they
[the debtors] haven't been able to get there don't arise or
don't rise to the level of cause, in my opinion, to extend
the exclusivity period." The debtors had argued that the
time spent in bankruptcy court hearings and in stabilizing
the business, when coupled with the size and complexity of
the cases, justified an extension of exclusivity. The
lender group, which is owed $142 million and is represented
by Dan Stewart and Bill Wallander of Winstead Sechrest &
Mincik and Paul Jennings of Bass Berry & Sims, had argued
that an extension of exclusivity would block the lenders
from competing on a fair and level playing field and
further frustrate case resolution. (ABI 09-Mar-99)


PAYLESS CASHWAYS: Seeks Less Expensive Headquarters
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Payless Cashways Inc., Kansas City, is preparing to move
its corporate headquarters in efforts to reduce costs
during its chapter 11 reorganization, according to The
Kansas City Business Journal. A decision on the new
location will be made within a few weeks, according to the
company. The home improvement retailer said its two
priorities are to reduce costs and to find a situation
"conducive to our associates." Some 500 people are employed
at the headquarters. The nearby suburb of Lee's Summit is
under consideration. (ABI 09-Mar-99)


PENN TRAFFIC: Seeks Restructuring
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The Albany Times Union reports on March 3, 1999                        
that Penn Traffic Co., which operates P&C Foods
supermarkets in central New York and several other stores
in Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania, listed assets of
$1.51 billion and liabilities of $1.70 billion in
bankruptcy documents.

The Syracuse company, which reported more than $3 billion
in sales in 1998, filed for Chapter 11 protection from its
creditors Monday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington.
Penn Traffic sought restructuring after missing interest  
payments on $1.13 billion in senior and subordinated
notes.

"The debt restructuring process has moved forward very
expeditiously with the cooperation of all parties," said
company Chairman Gary Hirsch in a formal statement.

The company said each 100 shares of common stock will be
converted to one new share, the notes will be canceled and
$100 million in new notes, 19 million shares of new common
stock and warrants will be distributed.

Among the largest unsecured creditors listed by Robert
Davis, company vice president, were U.S. Trust Co. of New
York, trustee for $407 million in notes; First Trust of
California in San Francisco, trustee for $400 million in
notes;  and Norwest Bank Minnesota in Minneapolis, trustee
for $125 million in notes.

The company also owes more than $1 million each to Kraft
General Foods of Philadelphia, Procter & Gamble Co. of
Pittsburgh, General Mills Inc. of Pittsburgh and Coca Cola
Bottling Co. of Cincinnati, according to court papers.


PHILIP SERVICES: Reaches Accord To Redo Debt
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Philip Services Corp. said it reached a debt-restructuring
agreement with holders of more than 50% of the company's
$1.07 billion of secured syndicated debt.

As reported in The Wall Street Journal on March 9, 1999,
the debtholders, including Carl Icahn agreed to a plan to
convert the secured syndicated debt into $300 million of
senior secured debt and $100 million of convertible notes.

Under the plan, the balance of the syndicated debt would be
exchanged for 90$ of the common shares of the restructured
company and existing shareholders would hold as much as 10%
of the shares of the restructured company.

The plan requires approval by 2/3 of the holders of the
total syndicated debt.  The company hopes to stabilize its
businesses through the debt restructuring.  Philip has
annual revenue of about $1.8 billion.


READING CHINA AND GLASS: Bar Date Set For April 26
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware
entered an order setting April 26, 1999 as the Bar Date in
the case of Reading China and Glass, Inc. and its
affiliates.  All creditors of the debtors holding claims of
any kind that arose on or before the Petition Date (October
29, 1998) must submit a proof of claim prior to 4:00 PM on
April 26, 1999.


RIO GRANDE: Order Confirms Plan
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By order of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western
District of Texas on March 5, 1999, the amended Chapter 11
plan of Rio Grande Offshore, Ltd., Rio Grande Gulfmex,
Ltd., Rio Grande Desert Oil Company, Rio Grande Drilling
Company and Rio Grande Inc. was confirmed.


ROASTERS CORP: Order Confirms Plan
-----------------------------------
On March 3, 1999 an Order was entered by the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
confirming the First Amended Franchisee Plan of
Reorganization filed on January 15, 1999 by the Official
Committee of Franchisees.


SCOTT CABLE: Going Back To Court With IRS
-----------------------------------------
Scott Cable Communications Inc. and the Internal Revenue
Service will go back to court today to seek a determination
as to whether the government's tax claims are barred by the
1996 order confirming the company's prior plan of
reorganization. The other issue the court will consider is
whether Scott Cable can intervene on behalf of State Street
Bank and Trust Co., as trustee for the junior subordinated
secured pay-in-kind notes, in the adversary proceeding the
government brought against the trustee. The adversary
proceeding seeks to have the junior notes recharacterized
as equity, or alternatively subordinated to the claims of
the general unsecured creditors. The government asserts
that if it was recharacterized, Scott Cable's tax liability
arising from its $165 million sale to InterLink
Communications Partners LLLP would be larger than the
$37.4 million projected by the cable company. (The Daily
Bankruptcy Review and ABI Copyright c March 9, 1999)


USTEL: Evaluating Options, Including Bankruptcy
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USTel Inc. hired Ernst & Young to evaluate its operations
and recommend alternatives to preserve value to the
company's equity and debt holders, as well as its vendors
and creditors. This includes the possible filing of a
bankruptcy petition, according to a filing with the
Securities and Exchange Commission. Separately, a forensic
audit report conducted by Arthur Anderson revealed
accounting errors, merger related expenditures, interested
party transactions and management decisions that impacted
the financial condition of USTel's Arcada Communications
subsidiary. The report was initiated after the company's
board of directors raised concerns regarding the financial
condition of Arcada and the suspected non-disclosure of
certain liabilities, inaccurate accounting procedures and
interested party transactions.  (The Daily Bankruptcy
Review and ABI Copyright c March 9, 1999)


VOICE IT: Order Fixes Date For Filing Disclosure Statement
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The date by which time the debtor, Voice It Worldwide, Inc.
is required to file its Disclosure Statement is extended
until April 21, 1999 by order of Judge Roland J. Brumbaugh
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge, on March 3, 1999.


WILSHIRE FINANCIAL: Hearing Set For Disclosure Statement
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The debtor, Wilshire Financial Services Group, Inc.
published a notice in The Wall Street Journal on March 9,
1999 of a hearing to consider approval of the debtor's
disclosure statement and prepetition solicitation
procedures and to consider confirmation of the debtor's
plan of reorganization.

On April 12, 1999 at 4:00 PM a hearing will be held to
consider the approval of the debtor's Solicitation and
Disclosure Statement dated February 1, 1999 and the
debtor's procedures for solicitation of votes to accept or
reject the debtor's prepackaged plan of reorganization
under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code dated March 3,
1999.


WIRELESS ONE: Meeting of Creditors
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A Chapter 11 case was filed In re Wireless One, Inc. on
February 11 1999 in the United States Bankruptcy Court,
District of Delaware.  On April 16, 1999 a meeting of
creditors will be held at 10:00 AM at 844 King Street, Room
2313, Wilmington Delaware 19801.


WORLDWIDE DIRECT: Seeks Authority To Retain Consultant
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Worldwide Direct, Inc. and its parent company SmarTalk
TeleServices, Inc. and its subsidiaries seek an order
approving and authorizing the debtors to retain Erich L.
Spangenberg, former CEO of the debtor, as independent
consultant. Spangenberg will be paid $200 per hour in
addition to certain insurance and other benefits.  The
debtor is seeking Spangenberg's help in order to consummate
the debtors' sale transaction.

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