New Cases before the District Court

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New Cases before the District Court


CIVIL JURY Received 8-29-88

CJ-88-8806 - Wells Fargo Credit Corporation vs Carl Howie & Joyce Howie husband & wife, Fidelity Bank NA & The Trails Association Inc an Okla non-profit corp; alleged sum due on note & mtg, $44,347.00, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on all of L7 B13 Trails 3rd Addn to the City of Edmond, etc; Jerry F Hatley (Tulsa) atty; assg Judge Saied.

CJ-88-8807 - Mutual Federal Savings & Loan Association of Okla City vs Jack L Wills an individual, Joanna J Wills an individual, Rock Knoll Association Inc an Okla corp, Dan Hutton an individual & Okla County Treasurer & Board of County Commissioners of Okla County Okla; alleged amts due & payable under terms of Note I & Mtg I, $53,942.50, etc; pet for forcl of Mtg I on L19 in B15 in B15 16 17 & 18 Rock Knoll a subdiv, etc; Charles C Callaway Jr atty; assg Judge Saied.

CJ-88-8808 - Mutual Federal Savings & Loan Association of Okla City vs Herbert M Garvin an individual, Frances L Garvin aka Frances L Oden & David B Oden husband & wife, Associates Financial Services Company of Okla Inc an Okla corp & Okla County Treasurer & Board of County Commissioners of Okla County; alleged amts due & payable under terms of note & mtg, $22,978.50, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L9 in B1 of the Amend Plat of Wilshire Hills, etc; Charles C Callaway Jr atty; assg Judge Blevins.

CJ-88-8809 - Mutual Federal Savings & Loan Association of Okla City vs Kenneth D Updegraff a single man, Shirley A Howell a single woman, United States of America ex rel Internal Revenue Service, Okla County Treasurer & Board of County Commissioners of Okla County; alleged amts due & payable under terms of note & mtg, $52,448.15, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L7 B6 Woods Garden Terrace, etc; Charles C Callaway Jr atty; assg Judge L Freeman.

CJ-88-8812 - Audrey Dudley a minor by & through her mother & next friend Jeanne Dudley & Jeanne Dudley individually vs Dennis Hall & Brian Hall; alleged negligence pers injry, $20,000.00, etc; Michael H Brady atty; assg Judge Dixon.

CJ-88-8813 - Virginia M Dansby vs Champagne's Inventory Service Inc & Food For Less Inc; alleged negligence pers injry, $10,000.00, etc; D Hays Foster atty; assg Judge Dixon.

CJ-88-8814 - Lanina Starks vs Grace Assembly of God Church dba The Grace Place; alleged negligence pers injry, $10,000.00, etc; D Hays Foster atty; assg Judge Cannon.

CJ-88-8816 - AIC Financial Services Inc vs Royce E Nelson a single person & Rosie M Nelson a single person aka Rosie Marie Nelson a single person; alleged sum due on note & mtg, 715,865.19, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L8 in B11 in Musgrave's Gold Medal Hills Addn, etc; James L Hatfield atty; assg Judge Cannon.

CJ-88-8817 - American Investment Bank NA vs Albert Torto Doku a single person & Stella M Torto Doku aka Stella M Anderson a single person; alleged sum due on note & mtg, $20,246.66, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L23 in B2 in Clearman's 2nd Addn City of MWC, etc; James L Hatfield atty; assg Judge Amick.

CJ-88-8818 - Anne Joslin vs Okla Gas & Electric Company & Asplundh Tree Expert Company; alleged wrongful acts, $10,000.00, etc; Matt Dowling atty; assg Judge Amick.

CJ-88-8819 - Frontier Fed S&L Assoc vs M H Moosavi-Dehghi, Haideh Moosavi-Dehghi, John & or Mary Doe Tenants, Quail Country Village Homeowners Association, Okla County Treasurer & Okla County Board of County Commissioners; alleged default, $35,651.08, etc; pet for forcl of mtg on L1 in B41 of Quail Country Village Sec 1, etc; Guy W Jackson atty; assg Judge Amick.

CJ-88-8820 - Wanda McCoy and Miniford Arlus Pete McCoy, husband and wife vs John R Kuhn, M.D., an individual; John R Kuhn, M.D., Inc., an Oklahoma corp; DOnald Hess, M.D., an individual; Southern Plains Medical Center, P.C. formerly Southern Plains Medical Center, Inc., an Oklahoma corp; and Wayne A Huey, D.

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