Here ya go.
We got lucky and the trail had only one detour.
Fleming Companies is a micro-cap stock, their business is merchandising and it looks like they owned grocery stores or something. Symbol changed to FLMIQ when they filed Chapter 11 in 2013.
It's traded on the Pink Sheets (as in with "penny stocks"). Or was. I tried about five quote services starting with NASDAQ and going into some Pink Sheets resources before finding that Bloomberg finance [ http://www.bloomberg.com/quote/FLMIQ:US ] says the ticker has been DE-listed.
Another source (and this has my Google-fu search skills paring results down to only 1,120 search results) says:
"On March 29, 2004, Fleming filed a second amended disclosure statement in support of the second amended plan of reorganization. The $1.4 billion outstanding face value bonds are grouped as general unsecured debt according to the plan. However, some objections to this plan were voiced. A third amended plan has been proposed and will receive a hearing on May 25, 2004."
So without taking the extra time to look up their bankruptcy case or otherwise see if they are even still in business, my best guess for this price and the lack of their ticker symbol bringing ANY current quotes even from penny stock sources (okay, only two but the time investment is a bit out of hand), is that it's worth whatever you can get some unsuspecting Rube to pay for the paper. I doubt that you could even find a transfer agent to register the transaction.