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New Cases for the U.S. District Court


William E Brock Sec of Labor, U S Dpet of Labor; & Seven Employees of Defts Named in Exhibit "A' attached Hereto (Cecil M Barrett, Kenny Curry, David Crank, Willie Diggs, Robby Hargrove, Larry Morton, Sam Young) vs Dan Young & Co Inc a corp; & Dan Young individually & as President of Dan Young & Co Inc; alleged failure to pay overtime compensation & keep proper records, etc; Max A Wernick (Dallas, TX), atty for pltf.

C-86-441-E - Wyatt L Webb vs T C Martin Warden: pet for Writ of Habeas Corpus, etc; pro se.

C-86-442-R - C.I.T. Financial Services Inc vs Melvin Swanner an individual; pet to enforce a guaranty on the purchase of recourse commercial paper, etc; Gregory C Carter, atty for pltf.

C-86-443-E - Gordon W Turnbull III dba Skip Turnbull Farm vs Lyle Lindmark an individual, & Amarillo Natl Bk a federally chartered bk; alleged breach of contrac,t etc: David B Schneider, atty for pltf.

C-86-444-A - Herbert L Campbell & Barbara M Campbell vs Ray Fulp Pers Rep of the est of Kenneth L Graham; alleged negligence pers injry, etc; Kenneth W Johnson (Springfield, MO): Abe Cohen, attys for pltf.

C-86-445-E - Ernest D Corwley vs Rooney Pace Group Inc a DE corp; Rooney Pace Inc a DE corp; Patrick Rooney an individual; & Randolph Pace an individual; pet for removal, etc; Guy W Jackson, atty for pltf.

C-86-446-R - Exxon Corp vs Carl Joe Woodward & Vera Irene Woodward husband & wife; pet to recover overpmt of money, etc; Val R Miller, atty for pltf.

C-86-447-E - Ernest Diamond vs Rooney Pace Group Inc a DE corp; Rooney Pace Inc a DE corp; Patrick Rooney an individual; & Randolph Pace an individual; pet for removal, etc; Guy W Jackson, atty forpltf.

C-86-448-T - Joseph Allen vs Reddy Ice a div of Douthland Corp; alleged wrongful discharge, etc; John F Bates, atty for pltf. …

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