New Cases before the District Court

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New Cases before the District Court


CIVIL JURY Received 2-28-86

CJ-86-1876 - Pacific First Federal Savings Bank vs Gordon Olsen Investments Co, Rhoda V Olsen, Gordon A Olsen, Paul E Williams, Margaret H Williams, Mary D Donnelly (formerly Larson) Lane County Oregon, City of Eugene Oregon & Arizona Property Investment Company, Gordon Olsen Investments Co Third Party Plaintiff vs Arizona Property Investment Company, Lew S McGinnis, Jennifer A Price & PMC Bailey Roosevelt Ltd a limited partnership; final judg against third party defts from Co of Lane State of Oregon, etc; NAI; assg Judge Henderson.

(affi, not of transcription of foreign judg, cert of mail, affi of Tom Petuskey Court Clerk).

CJ-86-1890 - Mirichken Ranch Partnership an Okla limited partnership vs K W Hogue an individual & Bill Carmichael an individual; pet to forcl lien for feeding, boarding & training animals, etc; G Rudy Hiersche Jr atty; assg Judge Owens.

CJ-86-1892 - Gary W Copeland vs The City of Okla City a municipal corp; alleged negligence damage to pers prop, $1,587.30, etc; NAI; assg Judge Naifeh.

CJ-86-1894 - Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as Receiver for Penn Square National Bank Association vs Skipper Akey an individual & First Nationwide Savings a Federal Savings & Loan Association formerly known as West Side Savings & Loan Association of New York City; alleged principal balance remaining, $43,294.93, etc; pet for forcl of lien on L1 B11 of Casady Heights Seventh Addn to the Village, etc; Gregory E Gore atty; assg Judge Cannon.

CJ-86-1897 - Tinker Credit Union vs David J Treanor & Tammy Treanor; pet for an ord of the court requiring defts to deliver goods, etc; F Anthony Musgrave atty; assg Judge Amick.

CJ-86-1898 - Tinker Credit Union vs Joe Lee Ison & Mona Marie Ison; pet for an ord of the court requiring defts to deliver goods, etc; F Anthony Musgrave atty; assg Judge Amick.

CJ-86-1901 - Capital National Bank vs Craig B Brown; pet for judg in amt of $24,090.63, etc; C Wesley Vines atty; assg Judge Freeman.

CJ-86-1903 - Don R Maranville vs Michael Van Wart; alleged false & defamatory info & alleged malicious act, $10,500.00, etc; J Hugh Herndon (MWC) atty; assg Judge Cannon.

CJ-86-1904 - Don R Maranville vs Jim C Simmons;alleged false & defamatory info & alleged malicious act, $25,000.00, etc; Richard Von Fossen (MWC) atty; assg Judge Gullett.

CJ-86-1905 - Benjamin Franklin Savings Association vs Thomas B Stewart, Katherine Stewart, J Olin Hudson Trustee of McLennan County Texas, The Texas National Bank of Waco, Earl E Chambers and Lucille Chambers; alleged indebtedness, $195,206.69, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on pt L30 B10 Sec 2 The Greens Addn to OKC, etc; Barry D Mock atty; assg Judge Cook.

CJ-86-1906 - Oklahoma Mortgage Company Inc vs Dennis Waffer Giddens, Karla Grant Giddens, Edwin E Henslee, Nate F Delisi, Sharon Delisi, Board of County Commissioners of Oklahoma County Oklahoma and Joe B Barnes County Treasurer of Oklahoma County Oklahoma; alleged indebtedness, $91,557.94, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L14 B1 The Embers to OKC, etc; Barry D Mock atty; assg Judge Owens.

CJ-86-1907 - Allstate Enterprises Mortgage Corporation vs Richard D Young and Brenda Sue Young; alleged indebtedness, $31,500.00, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L12 B9 B6 to 11 Zedna Ann 3rd Addn in OKC, etc; Barry D Mock atty; assg Judge Cook.

CJ-86-1908 - The Richard Gill Company vs Ralph H Cooley, Helen A Cooley and WC Stone; alleged indebtedness, $37,898.50, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L2 B1 Stanford Homes 2nd Addn to OKC, etc; BarryD Mock atty; assg Judge Cook.

CJ-86-1909 - Atex Oil Bell Gas Inc a corporation vs Bill G Pitts an individual and the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission and the Board of Review of The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission; pet that court review decision of the appeal etc; Doyle W Argo atty (Norman); assg Judge Henderson. …

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