Sapulpa Daily Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 76, No. 116, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 28, 1990 Page: 2 of 14
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PAGE TWO-A—Sapulpa (Okla.) Herald, Sunday, January 28, 1990
Stolen checks cashed—
Homeland, 712 S. Main, reported someone
cashed two stolen checks between Jan. 7 and
Jan. 10. The report was filed Friday.
Sapulpa police arretted Donald Ray Willis,
tsTTulsa an suspicion of DUI at Canyon
Road and SH 66 at 7:45 pan. Friday.
Joe Wayne Homback, 23, Route 3.
reported a stereo, compact disc player with 20
disci, telephone, answering machine and a
microwave were stolen from his residence
between 8 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. Friday.
Sapulpa fire units were called to a car fire
near the intersection of south 61st West
Avenue and west 6(Xh Street at 9:30 a.m.
Friday. The car, owned by John Campbell,
caught fire when it backfired, according to the
report. The car was declared a total loss.
Damage was estimated at $1,000.
Firefighters responded to a trash fire at 204
N. Hickory at 2 p.m. Friday. No damage was
The following cases and their disposi-
tions appeared on Thursday’s Municipal
(All guilty verdicts carry a $14 court cost
unless otherwise stated.)
Jack Adwon, 30, Tulsa, Jan. 14, reckless
driving, $190 fine.
Curtis Dion Aibuckle. 17.1011 E. Hobson.
Jan. 11, speeding 60/45 zone, $15 fine.
Christopher Lynn Ball, 30, Tulsa, Jan. 18,
driving under suspension, $150 fine.
Jimmy Dale Bilby. 36, Oakhurst, Jan. 3,
disobeying a stop sign, $25 fine; no insurance
verification, $140 fine; improper tag display,
$25 fine; expired tag, $25 fine.
John W. Childress. 25, Bristow. Jan. 19,
reckless driving, $190 fine.
Donna Kay Dunn, 17, Route 1, Jan. 12, no
insurance verification, $40 fine; speeding
65/55 zone, $20 fine.
David Paul Gregory, 30, Route 2, Dec. 24,
possession of marijuana, $90 fine; disobeying
a traffic signal, $25 fine.
Tammera M. Kennon, 17, Mannford, Jan.
20, speeding 74/55 zone, $20 fine.
Beverly Ann Lattie, 43, 818 S. Hickory,
Nov. 29, driving under suspension, $140 fine.
Randy Dale Mallonee, 25,4120 W. Dickey
Road, Dec. 31, speeding 35/25 zone. $15 fine;
expired inspection slicker, $10 fine.
Kathy Elaine Myers, 31. Nov. 15. speed-
ing, $15 fine.
Wayne Clifford Nash. 23. 1407 E. James,
Dec. 4, driving under suspension, $90 fine.
Norman Ortiz, 44,622 S. Park, July 31, no
driver's license, $35 fine; Dec. 3. improper
lag display, $35 fine; no driver's license, $35
fine; no insurance verification, $140 fine.
Wesley E. Parks, 34, Kellyville, Jan. 18, no
insurance verification, $40 fine; expired
inspection slicker, $10 fine.
Christi Mae Pitner, 17, 124 W. Bird, Jan.
19, inattentive driving, $20 fine.
speeding. $29 bond.
Toni Lynn Pullen. 17, Route 1, Jan. 15,
speeding 69/55 zone, $39 bond.
Kimberly Ann Sanders, 19, 1025V4 E.
Hobson. Jan. 10. speeding 66/55 zone, $39
Louis Scott Sandige, 31. Broken Arrow.
Dec. 19. speeding 55/35 zone. $39 bond.
David Schneider, 23, Tulsa, Jan. 20, diso-
beying a traffic signal, $39 bond.
Jimmy Lee Speer, 17,807 S. Boyd, Jan. 15,
speeding 63/45 zone, $39 bond.
Kimberly D. Volkl, 16, Tulsa, Jan. 20.
disobeying a traffic signal, $39 bond.
Walter Dean Wefer, 21. 935 W. Spring-
dale, Jan. 1, speeding, $39 bond.
Gregory Lee Wolf, 19, Jennings, Jan. 14,
speeding 67/55 zone. $39 bond.
Johnny Wolf, 24. Stiglcr, April 16. expired
inspection sticker, $39 bond.
Ronnie Lee Wood, 25,515 N. 3rd, Jan. 1,
speeding, S39 bond.
Daniel Lee Wroten, 19.3127 Trade Lane,
Jan. 11, speeding 67/55 zone, $39 bond.
Brian Kelly Balthis, 25, Jan. 3, no insur-
ance verification, disobeying a slop sign.
James Ray Cantrell, 23, 415 S. Oak, Jan.
18, speeding 59/45 zone.
Russell Wayne Caudill, 19, Sand Springs,
Dec. 23, speeding, no insurance verification,
expired tag, driving under suspension.
Kimberly Ann Evans, 20, Tulsa, Jan. 18,
speeding 65/55 zone, no insurance
Leota Ruth Sloan, 19,216 W. Linda, Dec.
31, speeding 51/35 zone.
William R. Whalen, 61, 729 S. Linden,
Dec. 13, careless driving.
Dana Sue Young, 28, Mannford, Jan. 19,
speeding 60/45 zone.
(All dismissed cases carry a $10 court cost
to be paid by the individual unless other-
Jimmy Dale Bilby, 36, Oakhurst, Jan. 3, no
driver’s license in possession.
John W. Childress. 25, Bristow, Jan. 19,
driving left of center ($10 cost to city).
Steven John Gregory, 17, Dec. 27,no driv-
er's license in possession.
Raymond Kyle Jester, 19, 1802 S. Water,
Nov. 7, no insurance verification ($10 cost to
city), driving under suspension.
Leo Johnson, 27, Route 6, Dec. 11, expired
Beverly Ann Lattie, 43, 818 S. Hickory,
Nov. 29, improper muffler.
Joann R. Littlejohn, 23, Tulsa, Jan. 3,
Randy Dale Mallonee, 25,4120 W. Dickey
Road, Dec. 31, no insurance verification.
Kathy Elaine Myers, 31, Nov. 15, driving
Norman Ortiz, 44,622 S. Park, Dec. 27, no
driver’s license, $35 fine.
Christi Mae Pitner, 17, 124 W. Bird, Jan
19, no insurance verification.
Allen C. Ranney, 28, 1934 E. Line, Dec.
11, no insurance verification, speeding ($10
cost to city).
Randel Newton Smith, 32, Tulsa, Jan. 15,
no insurance verification.
Johnnie Mae Warner, 53, Dec. 22, impro-
per parking ($10 cost to city).
Vince E. Bisore, 23, Glenpool, Aug. 2, no
driver's license, $104 bond
James Robert Bise, 17, Sand Springs, Jan.
17, speeding 68/55 zone, $39 bond.
Billy Castell, 34, Route 4, Jan. 12, public
intoxication, $39 bond.
Loyd A. Deetar, 29. Bristow, Jan. 19, publ-
ic intoxication, $39 bond.
Heather L. Gaynor, 17, Tulsa, Dec. 29,
speeding, $39 bond.
Robert A. Herring, 23, Sapulpa, Jan. 15,
disobeying a slop sign, $39 bond.
Dana L. Kelly, 18, 304 W. Cleveland, Jan.
5, speeding 68/55 zone, $39 bond.
Weldon Kemp, 42, Oct. 14, disobeying a
traffic signal, $39 bond
Stephen L McCravy, 32, Tulsa, Jan. 6,
speeding 67/55 zone, $39 bond.
Dawn M. McFcc, 21, Tulsa, Jan. 8, speed-
ing, $39 bond
Ben Morris, 32, Sand Springs, Dec. 27,
(All cases filed in the Creek County Court-
house are filed by or against Sapulpa resi-
dents unless otherwise noted.)
Marriage licenses filed—
Randy Lewis 1 lutchins, 26. and Lisa Renee
State vs. Joe Lawrence Swift, Mounds;
State vs. John O. Aguzumba, Norman;
State vs. Patricia Ker, failure to compel
child to attend school.
Slate vs. Carl W. Zachary; assault and
State vs. Steve Bums; displaying firearm in
State vs. Jackie louise Marlow; public
drunk, assault and battery on a police officer
and assault and battery.
State vs. Michael Ray Marlow, Tulsa;
public drunk, resisting an officer and assault
and battery on a police officer.
Stale vs. David R. Turnbull; malicious
injury to property.
State vs. Robert L. Green Jr., Oklahoma
State vs. Harold David Albert Jr.; DUS.
Speeding tickets filed—
Wendy Byars, Beggs.
Elizabeth Bungo, Tulsa.
John Benson, Broken Arrow.
Mark Bowles, Midwest City.
Clint Bjomson, Tulsa.
Ronald Cribs, Mustang.
Joe Cox. Drumright.
Mark Chambers, Texas.
Joe Fink, Sperry.
Takako Hirago, Tulsa.
Jose Jiminez, Chicago.
Donald Koch, Oakhurst.
Beverly Lynch, Oklahoma City.
Tod Lowe, Tulsa.
Kyle Loffelmacker, Tulsa.
Rodeane Melcher. Kellyville.
Raul Montengro, Chicago.
Timothy Meyer, Illinois.
Danny McKnight, Collinsville.
Jason McCarthy, Bethany.
Clifford Owens, Tulsa.
Christopher Patton, Collinsville.
Paul Pilrie, Oklahoma City.
Michael Ross, Oklahoma City.
George Townsend, Skiatook.
Other traffic violations—
Joe Birmingham, Luther, failure to carry
security verification form.
Carl Barnes, Edmond; unsafe lane change.
Darrell Carr, overweight.
Joe Cox, Drumright; failure to cany securi-
ty verification form.
David Dipley, Bristow; operating motor
vehicle in a manner not responsible and prop-
er and failure to carry security verification
Dell Frazier, Tulsa; no inspection sticker.
Edward Gregory, Oklahoma City; failure
to carry security verification form.
Bustos Gomez, Tulsa; failure to carry
security verification form and failure to use
Dorothea Hanson, Sand Springs; operating
motor vehicle without current license plate.
Patrice Laster, Bristow; careless driving.
Louise Mederios, Tulsa; no inspection
sticker, taxes due state and failure to carry
security verification form.
Paul Pitrie, Oklahoma City; failure to
comply with insurance law.
Ginger Pruitt, Oilton; no safety sticker.
Ronald Reece, Tulsa; no current plate.
Wilbur Turpin, Collinsville; no safety
Civil cases filed—
Stale of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Slate
Regents for Higher Education vs. Richard
Salsbury; money judgment.
Roary Dec Garcia vs. George E. Garcia;
petition for custodian.
Slate vs. S417; seizure and forfeiture.
Habeas Corpus of Brian Elliott Mcnter.
Randy Hutchins vs. Rick Rick; money
Slate vs. .410 gauge shotgun; seizure and
Kelli Rcnea Ixwis from Mark Eugene
Gwendolyn Lawson from Tony Lee
William R. Cole from Kristy L. Cola.
Jennifer A. Watson from Timothy J.
David C. Ellis from Betty J. Ellis.
Deborah Ann Banks from Terry D. Banks.
Randall Taylor from Linda C. Taylor.
Elsie D. Graham froM Jerry Martin
Louis B. Egbert from Gcrladine H. Eghert
laura Rogers from Joe Philip Rogers.
Felony cases filed—
State vs. Constance P. White; obtaining
merchandise by bogus check.
State vs. Bobby Joe Bailey and Donald L
Graham; two counts of knowingly concealing
State vs. Theodore R. Hawkins; first-
degree burglary and malicious injury to
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Opening lead: ♦ 4
East won the spade king, cashed the
club ace and returned a spade South
won the queen and immediately
cashed the ace of diamonds Then
came three rounds of hearts, followed
by king of clubs (a diamond was
the black side-suits and drawing
trumps, then leading a low diamond
from his hand to dummy's jack That
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with K-Q of diamonds.
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kine that would drop his partner’s the 10 later.
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ferent type of elimination, playing out is a worthwhile risk.
push to game
By James Jacoby
When North transferred to hearts,
South's cards appreciated in value,
justifying the jump to three hearts.
North was happy to accept the game
invitation, but making game was no
cakewalk. Declarer had to choose well
in the play.
to hear expert
in oil, gas law
Bland Williamson, an attorney
specializing in oil and gas law and
i, v jj • related regulatory
x matters, will speak
M. \ to the Sapulpa
Rotary Club at
SIMM noon Tuesday at
1CW Historical Society
on “Natural Gas
■ ^ M Prosperity.”
||H A A member of
HI H Public Relations
International, Williamson is a partner
in the Tulsa law firm of Pray, Walker,
Jackman, Williamson & Marlar. He
has served as general counsel to the
Oklahoma Independent Petroleum
Association (OIPA) since 1983 and
was honored as OIPA Member of the
Year in 1987. He also served two
terms as coordinator of the Energy
Advocates, an honorary speaking
group dedicated to raising public
awareness of energy issues.
He is past chairman of the Mineral
Law Section of Tulsa County's and
Oklahoma’s bar associations and is a
former vice chairman of the Natural
Gas Marketing and Transportation
Committee of the American Bar
Association’s Natural Resources
Williamson was recently elected
chairman of the board of LASMO
Energy Corp., the U.S. subsidiary of
the United Kingdom’s second largest
independent oil company.
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bus would have helped on these,”
Peters said. “Some of those other items
will have to be put off for a while.”
The last time Pretty Water School
District voters rejected a bond issue to
buy new buses was Nov. 14.
Peters said that election had a 52
percent majority in favor of the bond
issue. The previous vote was 58
percent in favor. However, state law
requires school bond issues to have a
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Peters said many school districts,
including ones in Creek County, arc
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of having that stale law changed to
only a simple majority election, such
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Mrs. Everett (Ella) Horton, 71, of
Route 4, Sapulpa, died Friday at
Tulsa Regional Medical Center in
Services will be 10 a.m. Monday at
Allen Freewill Baptist Church with
the Revs. Johnny Bilby and Charles
Burial will be in Woodland Cemet-
ery in Sand Springs with arrange-
ments by Smith Funeral Home in
She was bom Sept. 3, 1918, in
Bixby, lived in this area most of her
life, was a member of Allen Freewill
Baptist Church and married Everett
Horton on June 2, 1934, in Sapulpa.
Survivors include husband Everett
of the home; sons Ed Horton of
Bixby, Johnny Horton of Wichita,
Kan.; daughters JoAnn Boren of
Sapulpa, Shirley Boggs and Doris
Barrett, both of Sand Springs; twin
brother Ed Hobbs of Sapulpa; brother
Jess Hobbs of Odessa, Texas; sisters
Ina Milligan of Sapulpa, Dovie Mont-
gomcry of Monohan, Texas, and
Sarah Burton of Forest Grove, Ore.;
11 grandchildren and nine great-
The family will headquarter at the
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