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ORDER DIRECTING ABSENT DEFENDANTS TO APPEAR AND DEFEND, AND DIRECTING SERVICE BY PUBLICATION

CIV No. 87-371-R

In the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma. United States of America, Plaintiff, vs Robert T. Stafford, et ux et al. Defendants. This cause coming on to be heard this 20th day of March, 1987, upon the verified application of the plaintiff for an order requiring the defendant Clifford G. Gardner and Beverly Ann Gardner, husband and wife, to appear and plead herein, and for service by publication. The Court finds that plaintiff filed its Complaint herein on the 20th day of February, 1987, for judgment against Robert T. Stafford and Sondra J. Stafford, husband and wife, in the sum of $49,021.52, the balance of the principal unpaid on a certain promissory note dated May 18, 1984, executed by Robert T. Stafford and Sondra J. Stafford, husband and wife, payable to Administrator of Veterans Affairs, with interest accrued thereon to November 1, 1984, plus interest thereon at the rate of 12.5% per annum on the unpaid balance until paid, and the costs of said suit, and for further judgment against Robert T. Stafford and Sondra J. Stafford, husband and wife; Clifford G. Gardner and Sondra J. Gardner, husband and wife; County Treasurer and Board of County Commissioners of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, foreclosing plaintiff's mortgage securing said promissory note upon the following described real estate in Oklahoma County, State of Oklahoma, to-wit: Lot Seventeen (17) in Block Twelve (12) in DEL RANCHO ADDITION 2nd Section an Addition to Del City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma according to the recorded plat thereof. adjudging that default has been made in said mortgage, that plaintiff has a first lien on said premises in the amount for which judgment will be taken, and ordering said premises to be sold with appraisement and the proceeds applied to the payment of the amount due plaintiff, and forever barring and foreclosing defendants from all right, title, estate, and interest in and to said property, and for the costs of this action. …

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