New Cases before the District Court

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New Cases before the District Court


CIVIL JURY Received 5-8-89 CJ-89-4079 - Lori Bessinger, a minor, by and through her mother and next friend, Deborah Sylvester, Joshua Sulvester, a minor, by and thorugh his mother and next friend, Deborah Sulvester, and Amy Sylvester, a minor, by and through her mother and next friend, Deborah Sylvester vs Christopher Chandler; alleged negligence personal injury, $6,200.00, etc; Chris Eulberg atty; assg Judge Cook.

CJ-89-4082 - In the matter of applic of Debora Ann Bennett to change her name; pet for chg of name, etc; H Mark Baggett atty; assg Judge Owens.

CJ-89-4085 - Troy and Nichols, Inc., a corp vs Thomas Quick Cox and if he be married, his wife, Mrs. Thomas Quick Cox, full name unknown; Kevin Ralph Koberg; Occupants of 600 Lions Park Place, Midwest City, Oklahoma 73110; State of Oklahoma, ex rel., Oklahoma Employment Security Commission; Oklahoma County Treasurer and Board of County Commissioners of Oklahoma County; alleged sum due, $29,937.79, etc: pet ofr foreclosure of mtg, etc; J Mitchell Gregory Jr atty; assg Judge Parr.

CJ-89-4086 - Bank of Oklahoma, N.A., Oklahoma City, Formerly known as Fidelity Bank, N.A., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, trustee for the Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency vs Hal B Tevebaugh and Janet L Tevebaugh; Occupants of 1124 NW 40th, Oklahoma City, OK 73118; Beneficial Oklahoma, Inc.; State of Oklahoma ex rel., Oklahoma Employment Security Commission; Transamerica Financial Services Inc; alleged sum due and owing on note and mtg, $35,977.32, etc; pet for foreclosure of mtg on Lt11 B25 Putnam Heights addn to Okc; J Mitchell Gregory Jr aty; assg Judge Blasdel.

CJ-89-4087 - Great Plains Coca Cola Bottling Company, an Oklahoma corp, dbc Oklahoma Canning Co vs Larry S Henderson, individually, and Henderson Land and Livestock Co. …

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