New Cases before the District Court

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New Cases before the District Court


CIVIL JURY Received 6-19-86

CJ-86-5736 - Victor H Patkowski and Ruth Patkowski vs John L Aleshire and United Transport Inc aka Jack Cooper Transport Company Inc; alleged negligence, per insjry, $500,000.00, etc; Kimber J Palmer atty; assg Judge Cook.

CJ-86-5776 - Oklahoma State Regents vs Leron Patrice Latimer; pet on claim for alleged debt, $10,763.28, etc; Margo L Bowles (Tulsa) atty; assg Judge Naifeh. (atty's lien claimed)

CJ-86-5782 - Local Federal Savings & Loan Association a corp vs Glenn Russell Landers and Neita L Landers, husband and wife, Carl H White, Joe B Barnes, County Treasurer, Board of County Commissioners, both of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma; alleged balance due, $31,014.04, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L6 B1 Madole Hill Crest Green Sec2 Addn to Okc, etc; Ted R Elliott atty; assg Judge Owens.

CJ-86-5786 - Sooner Federal Savings & Loan Association a corp vs Mark A Dooley and Rachel D Dooley, and occupants of the premises of 813 NW 67th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; alleged sum remainsdue & unpaid, 23,818.06, etc; pet for forcl of lien on L29 B4 Manor Hill Subd of B137 North Okc Addn to Okc, aka 813 NW 67th St, etc; Ronald Main & Carole A Dewey (Tulsa) & James C Shaw attys; assg Judge Saied. (not of pendency of act, certif of servs of req for adm of facts & interrogs)

CJ-86-5787 - Anchor Paint Co of Oklahoma City Inc vs Ronnie Morgan an individual, Bill Morgan, an individual as guarantor, and Big M Painting Inc an Oklahoma corp; alleged indebtedness, $4,000.00, etc; H Mark Baggett atty: assg Judge Saied.

CJ-86-5790 - Guaranty Bank & Trust Company, an Oklahoma banking association vs G R Pierce Construction Co, an Oklahoma corp, Karen Lee Pierce Thompson, Charles W Thompson, Ruby Lee Pierce, and GlenLeon Pierce, individuals, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, a United States corp; alleged failure to pay balance due, $44,369.82, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on pt SW4 Sec31 T11N R2W I.M., etc; James E Britton atty; assg Judge Blevins.

CJ-86-5791 - Colwell Mortgage Corporation aka The Colwell Company, a corp vs Robert A Williams, Patricia A Williams, and Keith Banks dba Timberland Mobile Home Park; alleged default under the termsof the contract, $27,461.58, etc; pet for immediate & permanent possession of mobile home, etc; Robert W Raftery atty; assg Judge Blevins.

CJ-86-5795 - Meyers-Reynolds & Associates Inc vs George E Fears & Company Inc, and Hank Moran & Associates Inc; pet & applic for preliminary injunction and for temp restraining ord, etc; D Kent Meyers & Drew D Webb attys; assg Judge Cannon.

CJ-86-5797 - Better Built Homes of Edmond Inc, an Oklahoma corp vs Robert Scott and Jan Scott, husband and wife; alleged sum remains due & payable, $3,226.22, etc; pet for forcl of lien L12 B15 Oaktree Addn to Edmond, aka 5805 Dundee Ct, Edmond, etc; Nancy C Gaines (Edmond) atty; assg Judge Amick.

CJ-86-5798 - Oscar Young Masonary Company vs C & W Property Investments Company, dba C & W Property Investment Company; alleged breach of contract, $20,714.50, etc; Stephen V Wismann atty; assg Judge Amick.

CJ-86-5799 - Claude S Cooks vs Mid-America Preferred Insurance Company, a corp; alleged failure & refusal to compensate pltf under the terms of said policy, $17,425.00, etc: Joe D Wheeler Sr atty; assg Judge Amick.

CJ-86-5800 - Federal National Mortgage Association vs Michael Dean Helderman, W F Peterson III aka William F Bill Peterson, and Liberty National Bank & Trust Company of Oklahoma City, a corp; alleged sum due & owing, $58,052.67, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L12 B B in Lake Hiwassee Subd, etc; Robert P Santee (Tulsa) atty; assg Judge Freeman.

CJ-86-5801 - Federal National Mortgage Association vs Richard L Koenig, Margaret J Koenig, Virginia Valentine formerly Virginia Valentine Morris, and Wells Fargo Credit Corporation; alleged sum due& owing, $51,484.29, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L6 B15 Cullen's Lakeview Addn to Okc, etc; Robert P Santee (Tulsa) atty; assg Judge Freeman. …

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