Anchor Glass Bankruptcy News, Issue No. 38

Bankruptcy Creditors' Service, Inc., published Issue No. 38 of Anchor Glass Bankruptcy New. The 8-page newsletter contains stories with these headlines: [00534] ADVERSARY PROCEEDING -- Clifford Jones v.

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[00535] ADVERSARY PROCEEDINGS -- Debtor vs. 3 Warehouse Creditors

[00536] ALPHA  TRUSTEE'S OBJECTIONS TO J. HORNIK, ET AL., CLAIMS

[00537] ALPHA TRUSTEE'S OBJECTIONS TO 27 VARIOUS CLAIMS

[00538] ALPHA TRUSTEE'S OBJECTIONS TO 90 VARIOUS CLAIMS

[00539] DEBTOR'S OBJECTION TO 10 VARIOUS CLAIMS

[00540] DEBTOR'S OBJECTION TO 127 WARN CLAIMS

[00541] JOINT MOTION TO APPROVE AGREEMENT WITH D. HINA & A. DUNN

[00542] SCHNEIDER'S MOTION FOR ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE PAYMENT

[00543] PADEP'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT ON CLAIM NO. 1558

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