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Articles from June 7, 1996

A Beauty of a Party Coming Up
Each June the Oklahoma Heritage Association sponsors what may be the prettiest party of the summer. Held in the Anthony Gardens at the Heritage Center, this year's cocktail buffet will be Thursday, June 13, at 6:30 p.m. Reservations are $50 per person,...
A Few Workplace Gaffes
Deep into sleepless nights, what restless soul has not revisited the dread past of office nightmares, where the tongue slips, the hand betrays and the walls resound with mocking laughter? Here is consolation: To err is human, and sometimes the comedy...
AT&T Capital Managers, Investors to Buy Company
NEW YORK (AP) -- AT&T Capital Corp., which has helped thousands of companies pay for communications equip-ment, will be sold to its top managers and an investor group for $2.2 billion, AT&T Corp.said Thursday.The sale is indirectly related to AT&T's...
Automakers Show Pride in Designs
For quite a while, cars had an identity crisis. A soft economy, efforts to improve fuel economy with aerodynamic design and automakers' floundering sense of direction were responsible.It was disconcerting. Having grown up in a time when there was no...
Civil
(CV64013A)NOTICE BY PUBLICATIONCase No. CJ-96-2828-65 In the District Court of Oklahoma County, State of Oklahoma. Fleet Mortgage Corp. f/k/a Mortgage Associates, Inc., Plaintiff, v. Lillian Viney King, and Spouse, if any; William Daniel Roberts, Jr....
Civil
(CV64035G)NOTICE BY PUBLICATIONCase No. CJ-96-3401-62 State of Oklahoma, County of Oklahoma SS: In the District Court of Oklahoma County, State of Oklahoma. First Bankers Mortgage Corp., Plaintiff, v. Violet M. Kordis a/k/a Violet May Kordis, by and...
Civil
(CV64015A)NOTICE BY PUBLICATIONCase No. CJ-96-2695 In the District Court of Oklahoma County, State of Oklahoma. Bancplus Mortgage Corp., Plaintiff, v. Verna Corrine Vaughan, and Spouse, if any; Neal M. Vanwinkle a/k/a Neal W. Vanwinkle, and Spouse, if...
Civil
(CV64012A)NOTICE BY PUBLICATIONCase No. CJ-96-2489-63 In the District Court of Oklahoma County, State of Oklahoma. First Trust National Association, Plaintiff, v. Melvyn G. Price a/k/a Melvyn Gerald Preisz & Helen M. Price, Husband and Wife; Central...
Civil
(CV64014A)NOTICE BY PUBLICATIONCase No. CJ-96-1953 In the District Court of Oklahoma County, State of Oklahoma. Bankers Trust Company of California, N.A., not in its individual capacity but solely as trustee, or its permitted successors and assigns,...
Corporation Commission
(CD64017J)NOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 002112 Before the Corporation Commission of Oklahoma. Applicant: Parker & Parsley Development L.P. Relief Requested: Increased Well Density. Legal Description: Section 24, Township 21 North, Range 22 West,...
Corporation Commission
(CD64004J)NOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 002048 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma. Applicant: R.J. Sullivan dba Sullivan and Company. In the Matter of Approving the Unitized Management, Operation, and Further Development,...
Corporation Commission
(CD63992G)NOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 002031 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma. Applicant: Stauros Operating Company. Relief Sought: Location Exception. Legal Description: S/2 SW/4 of Section 33, Township 11 North, Range...
Corporation Commission
(CD63996G)NOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 002095 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma. Applicant: Enron Oil & Gas Company. Relief Sought: Increased Density. Legal Description: All of Section 12, Township 26 North, Range 19 West,...
Corporation Commission
(CD64019G)NOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 002109 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma. Applicant: Marathon Oil Company. Relief Sought: Drilling and Spacing Units. Legal Description: N/2 of Section 29, Township 11 North, Range...
Corporation Commission
(CD63991N)AMENDEDNOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 002030 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma. Applicant: Stauros Operating Company. Relief Sought: Spacing. Legal Description: SW/4 of Section 33, Township 11 North, Range 1 East,...
Corporation Commission
(CD63993G)NOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 002097 Before the Corporation Commission of Oklahoma. Applicant: Amoco Production Company. Relief Requested: Reinstatement of Canceled Underage and Exception to Rule 165:10-17-9 (i) (2) of the General Rules...
Corporation Commission
(CD63990A)AMENDEDNOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 001861 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma. Applicant: Longbranch Oil Company. Relief Sought: Drilling and Spacing Units. Legal Description: NE/4 of Section 22 and NW/4 of Section...
Corporation Commission
(CD64021A)NOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 002111 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma. Applicant: Enron Oil & Gas Company. Relief Sought: Increased Density. Legal Description: Section 25, Township 1 North, Range 27ECM, Beaver...
Corporation Commission
(CD64028J)NOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 002032 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma. Applicant: Mack Energy Co. Relief Requested: Well Density. Legal Description: Section 29, Township 6 North, Range 4 West, McClain County, Oklahoma....
Corporation Commission
(CD63995G)NOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 002096 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma. Applicant: Enron Oil & Gas Company. Relief Sought: Increased Density. Legal Description: All of Section 9, Township 28 North, Range 25 West,...
Corporation Commission
(CD63997J)NOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 002087 Before the Corporation Commission of Oklahoma. Applicant: Amoco Production Company. Relief Requested: Exception to Rule No. 165:10-11-9(C) of the OCC-OGR and temporary blanket exception from plugging...
Corporation Commission
(CD64029G)NOTICECause PD No. 960 000455 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma. Applicant: Diamond A Inc. Relief Requested: Enhanced Recovery Injection Well. Well Name: Broderson "B" 1. Well Location: 330 Feet North of the South Line...
Corporation Commission
(CD64034G)NOTICE OF HEARINGCause CD No. 960 002118 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma. Applicant: Stauros Operating Company. Relief Sought: Location Exception. Legal Description: Section 28, Township 9 North, Range 5 West, Grady...
Etiquette for the Dual Home Office Handbook Includes `Last Banana Rule'
Home offices are all the rage these days, as people start their own businesses following downsizing at the corporation they thought they had learned to love.Sometimes, the downsized victim and his/her beloved both have home offices, trying to put together...
Free Enterprise to Thrive in New Millennium
What will small business look like in the year 2000? Will America's free enterprise system continue to be the envy of every nation? Will owning a business of your very own continue to be a dream that literally millions of people seek?One thing is for...
Future of Bank Bill Thrown into Doubt
WASHINGTON -- The outlook for a bill to expand banks' powers to sell insurance and stocks was thrown in doubt Thursday when two senior Republicans joined Democrats and the Clinton administration in opposing the major overhaul in its current form.The...
GM Hopes for More `Saturnization' with Promotion at Saab
DETROIT -- In a further sign of its eagerness to capitalize on the lessons learned at its Saturn division, General Motors Corp. is set to appoint another Saturn executive to a ranking position.Joel Manby, a regional manager for Saturn in the Midwest,...
Greenspan Sees Spread of High-Technology Fears
CHATHAM, Mass. -- A revolution in the technologies at the core of the U.S. economy has spawned widespread fears among American workers about job skills and made lifelong education and constant retraining of workers essential, Federal Reserve Gov. Alan...
Hospital Wants Tax Hike to Keep Facility Working
SULPHUR, Okla. (AP) -- An attorney representing the board of Arbuckle Memorial Hospital says a local sales tax must be increased if the county-owned hospital is to survive."And if people turn it (sales tax) down, I think the hospital folds and is going...
Investors Dance to New Tune from Fed
WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve officials are singing a different tune this week on inflation and growth, and investors in U.S. financial markets like what they're hearing. The U.S. economy is growing slowly but steadily with little risk of an upward...
Major Land Sales
These are the major Oklahoma County land sales filed this week with County Clerk John J. Garvey:Transactions of $1 Million or MoreTed R. Davis LLC purchased property at the NE corner of Meridian and SW 15th St., Metropolitan Industrial Park, from Sipoware...
Michigan Starts Up Nation's Largest Windmill
Though it is in overseas markets that America's alternative energy companies are thriving, there is at least a small constituency for their products at home.The largest windmill yet erected in the United States began generating power late last month...
Miscellaneous
(MS64031A)SOLICITATIONFOR BIDS Sealed proposals will be received by Independent School District Number 89 of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, until 2:00 p.m., on the 26th day of June 1996, at which time said bids will be opened for furnishing all labor and...
Mortgages
A list of mortgages filed with the Oklahoma County Clerk's office is published daily in The Journal Record. Information listed for each mortgage includes book and page numbers, names of the mortgagor and mortgagee, mortgage loan amount, property description,...
New Corporations
Information includes Name, Date Incorporated, Service Agent, Address and Incorporators. Incorporated March 8, 1996Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana, Inc., Alex Casias, 401 E Live Oak, Altus OK 73521, Alex Casias, Larry Ortega, Sylvia Trujillo.Canyon Road...
Rain at Last Year's Event Prompts Expected Growth of Aircraft Auction
Rain usually means growth for plants and other vegetation, and it indirectly is the cause of anticipated growth for this year's Oklahoma Aircraft Dealers Association airplane auction."We found the rain to be a mixed blessing (during the 1995 event),"...
Robust Apparel Sales Lift May Retail Trade Results
CHICAGO -- U.S. retailers reported strong sales gains in May, boosted by continued robust demand for spring and summer clothes.The nation's two biggest retailers -- Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Sears, Roebuck & Co. -- said their same-store sales rose 5 percent...
SEC to Bring Administrative Charges against NASD Following Inquiry
WASHINGTON -- The Securities and Exchange Commission plans to take action by August, and possibly sooner, against the National Association of Securities Dealers following a lengthy investigation of the industry body, SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt said Thursday.The...
Solar Power Research Pays off in Unexpected Ways
Jolted by the oil embargoes of the 1970s, the federal government has been awarding research grants to develop solar power ever since. Twenty years and $1.4 billion in taxpayer money later, solar power is still not much more than a dim lightbulb in the...
Stocks Decline amid Fears of Earnings Growth, Report
NEW YORK (AP) -- Stocks fell Thursday as concerns about earnings growth and possible surprises in today's employment report overshadowed any optimism about a big drop in interest rates.Technology and aluminum shares were hit hard as Wall Street assessments...
Suburban -- the Urban Workhorse
The 1996 Chevrolet Suburban utility wagon comes with some impressive numbers: It can log 100,000 miles before spark plug or engine coolant service is needed, it has seating for nine, a trailering capacity of five tons, and its updated V-8 engine is rated...
The Hotel of Tomorrow
NEW YORK (AP) -- Even the computer technology of tomorrow won't be a match for a good concierge, hotel managers predict.A survey of hospitality industry leaders worldwide found 88 percent believe technology will allow better delivery of products and...
Transmissions Put Treganowan's Life in Peak Condition
PITTSBURGH -- You step on the gas and turn the key: the car starts. You shift into drive: the car rolls forward.Big deal.Well, to Lucille Treganowan, it is a big deal. And more."It's a miracle!" exclaims Treganowan, a Pittsburgh grandmother who, for...
Turkey Canon Buys Midwest Industrial Park
Turkey Canon Ranch Limited Liability Co. has purchased Midwest Industrial Park, 3900-4000 E. I-240, for $950,000, according to county records.The property, constructed in the mid-1980s, has three one-story buildings with about 72,000 square feet. The...
Vacancy Rates Fall Slightly at Area Shopping Centers
Vacancy rates at metropolitan Oklahoma City shopping centers continued to fall during the first half of 1996 despite a bleak retail outlook.A decline in space available of nearly 100,000 square feet to 2.07 million was somewhat responsible for the lower...
Warranty Deeds
A list of Warranty Deeds filed with the Oklahoma County Clerk's office is published daily in The Journal Record. Information listed for each warranty deed includes book and page numbers, the owner of the property granting the property to a new owner,...