New Cases for the U.S. District Court

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New Cases for the U.S. District Court


NEW CASES U S DISTRICT COURT Filed 5-24-85 C-85-1395-R - Ronald L Burgess & Micheal Rutledge vs Bernard Kahrahrah, Capps Tehauno, James Chasenah, Forrest Kassanavoid, WaynePahcody, Edward L Clark, George Watchetaker, individually & as members of the Comanche Indian Gaming Brd, & Butch Sappcut individually & as Gen Mgr of the Comanche Bingo Operation operated by the Comanche Indians in Comanche County, Ok, Dorothy Baker individually & as acting president of Cerco Oil Co, which is a Comanche Indian Energy Resource Co, Gene Pekah as Executive Mgr of the Comanche Indian Tribe of Ok, all of whom can be located at the Comanche Tribal Complex at Lawton, Ok, &; Bobby E Patton & Chris J Dellinges of Dellinges, Patton & Co & Dillinges, Patton & Co of 9400 N Central Expressway (suite 1615 L B 183) in Dallas, Tx 75321; pet for damages, & for temp & perm injunctions & restraining order regarding alleged libel, slander & illegal invasion of privacy, etc; pro se.

C-85-1396-W - A & S Bldg Systems Inc vs Luke Pollard dba Ardco Bldg Systems; pet to collect amt due, etc; Warren K Miller (Norman), atty for pltf.

C-85-1397-BT - Kennedy & Mitchell Inc a Tx corp vs John Austin an individual; pet to collect amt allegedly erroneously paid, etc; Bruce M Caniel (Tulsa), atty for pltf.

C-85-1398-E - Pennzoil Co a foreign corp vs A L Huston; alleged breach of joint operating agreement & pet for forcl operators lien, etc; M Benjamin Singletary (Tulsa), atty for pltf.

C-85-1399-W - Rita A Silk-Nauni vs Larry Fields, Atty Gen St of Ok; pet for writ of Habeas Corpus; Douglas Parr, Native American Ctr Legal Program, atty for pltf.

C-85-1400-T - Thomas James Boyle, Adminstr of the Est of Wesley Earl Boyle deceased vs City of Kingfisher, Ok a Mun Corp; & The Co of Kingfisher, Ok; alleged negligence & deprival of civil rights resulting in death, etc; Richard F Berger & Tomothy P Morris, attys for pltf. …

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