New Cases before the District Court

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New Cases before the District Court


CIVIL JURY Received 3-16-88

CJ-88-2918 - Hill Financial Savings Association vs Hessam Sadat & Ladan Sadat husband & wife; pet for immediate possession of prop etc; William H Halley atty; assg Judge Cook.

CJ-88-2919 - Hill Financial Savings Association vs Louis Barber & Ceceli A Barber husband & wife; pet for immediate possession of prop, etc; William H Halley atty; assg Judge Cook.

CJ-88-2920 - American Home Savings & Loan Association vs Gary LeBron Jackson & Jossie Lee Jackson husband & wife & Capitol Federal Savings Bank fka Capitol Federal Savings & Loan Association; alleged sum due & owing, $28,417.42, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L6 in B8 Whispering Heights an addn to Edmond, etc; Edward O Lee atty; assg Judge Cook. (atty's lien claimed)

CJ-88-2921 - Ford Motor Credit Company, a Delaware corp authorized to do business within the State of Oklahoma vs Vantage Construction of Oklahoma, Inc; alleged sum due on contract, $57,379.56, etc; Mike Loyd atty; assg Judge Gullett.

CJ-88-2923 - Capitol Well Servicing Co vs W L Ressler dbc Gerwan Oil; alleged sum due, $16,988.15, etc; William W Boone atty; assg Judge Henderson.

CJ-88-2925 - Joyce Calderwood vs Snyders Food Marts, Inc. an Oklahoma corp; alleged negligence personal injury, $10,000.00, etc; Don M Claunch atty; assg Judge Owens.

CJ-88-2926 - Administrator of Veterans' Affairs an officer of The United States of America vs Samuel Jospeh Powell and Starla Gail Powell husband and wife; alleged sum due and owing, $34,872.47, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on SW4 Sec 30 T12N R1W of Indian Meridian etc; Ken Hemry atty; assg Judge Gullett.

CJ-88-2927 - Bank of Okla NA formerly Fidelity Bank NA Okla City Okla Trustee for the Okla Housing Finance Agency vs Richard D Porterfield & Carol E Porterfield or their unknown successors; alleged sum due & unpd, $64,596.02, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L1 in B4 of Springfield Village an addn, etc; Robert E Howard (Tulsa) atty; assg Judge Owens.

CJ-88-2928 - Bank of Okla NA formerly Fidelity Bank NA Okla City Okla Trustee for the Okla Housing Finance Agency vs Richard L Carter & Debbie L Carter or their unknown successors; alleged sum due & unpd, $46,459.90, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on Unit 8091 Raintree Villas a unit ownership est, etc; Robert E Howard (Tulsa) atty; assg Judge Parr.

CJ-88-2929 - First Nationwide Bank formerly known as The State Savings and Loan Company a corporation vs Kevin P McGrath and Cynthia J McGrath husband and wife, Thousand Oaks Condominiums Owners Association Inc a corporation, Hughes Lumber Company formerly known as Hughes Lumber Company of Oklahoma City Inc a corporation, Occupant (s) of 8008 NW 8th Terrace Oklahoma City Oklahoma; alleged sum due and owing, $61,160.30, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on Unit Villa 244 Thousand Oaks Condo etc; J Mitchell Gregory Jr atty; assg Judge Owens.

CJ-88-2930 - Bobby E Whipple dba Square Deal Pawn Shop vs Herma Deal; alleged breach of employment agreement, etc; pet praying court enter an injunction, etc; James T LaCoste atty; assg Judge Amick.

CJ-88-2931 - Bank of Okla NA formerly Fidelity Bank NA Okla City Okla Trustee for the Okla Housing Finance Agency vs Bill W Smalling & Terry Faye Smalling or their unknown successors; alleged sum due & unpd, $71,222.58, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on all of L6 in B5 in Ripple Creek 1st Addn to the City of Edmond, etc; Robert E Howard (Tulsa) atty; assg Judge Parr.

CJ-88-2932 - American Savings & Loan Association vs Anthony Gropf and Marilu Gropf; alleged indebtedness, $52,334.20, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L7 B4 Winds West Addn to OKC etc; David B Schneider atty; assg Judge R Freeman.

CJ-88-2933 - Liberty National Bank and Trust Company vs James E Hickman and Susan A Hickman; alleged indebtedness, $119,238.46, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L23 B1 Walnut Hill Estates Addn etc; David B Schneider atty; assg Judge R Freeman.

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