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PAGE TWO-A—Sapulpa (Okla.) Herald, Sunday. July 19. 1992
Bush stresses Public Records
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — On his
first post-vacation, post-Democratic
convention foray. President Bush is
stressing favorite themes — the
outdoors and family values — before
groups that are almost sure to be
The president was speaking first
today to fishermen, hikers and tennis
players. Bush should know his subject
well, having spent recent days fishing
in Wyoming, hiking through a Califor-
nia forest and boating, fishing and
golfing in Maine.
He rhapsodized on the pleasures of
the outdoors while in Wyoming earlier
this week, speaking of ‘ ‘standing there
in the beauty of this marvelous country
of ours, standing in the middle of a
Today’s second stop was to be a
rally at Brigham Young University in
PtOvo, Utah, where family values
were to be the topic.
The president hoped to pick up
Utah’s five electoral votes, which had
been considered possible Ross Perot
prizes before the Texas billionaire
dropped out of the race.
Friday night. Bush ate at a Mexican
restaurant before joining 5,000 other
people at a concert by the Mormon
Bush said that he won’t start all-out
campaigning until after the Republi-
can National Convention next month.
But his schedule is picking up,
He will visit a Roman Catholic high
school in Philadelphia and a church in
northern New Jersey on Tuesday to
promote school choice and seek
support from religious and ethnic
Bush has proposed a voucher
system that would allow parents to
send their children to the public or
private school of their choice with
Next Friday, Bush will make
campaign stops in Dayton, Ohio, and
Funeral services for Arlan Dean
Aemisegger will be held at 10:30 a.m.
Monday at First Assembly of God,
Sapulpa, and at 3 p.m. Monday at Elk
City Christian Church, Elk City, Kan.
Burial will follow at Oak Hill
Cemetery in Elk City under the direc-
tion of Owen Funeral Home.
Mr. Aemisegger, a former Sapul-
pan, died Wednesday in Ozark, Mo.
Wendell G. Ramey, 43, Jenki, reported at
12:35 a.m. Friday that while outside the
Flamingo Club, someone came from behind
and hit him in the face. Ramey's wallet was
taken during the incident.
A petit larceny was reported to police at
3:05 p.m. Friday when two black males were
seen leaving the 7-11 Store, 921 N. 9th, with
cartons of beer.
A store employee reported to police that
beer had been taken without being paid for.
Paul Ray Thomas. 37. 1000 S. Hickory,
was arrested Friday on a complaint of assault
Elsie Redben, 60, Sapulpa, reported to
police that suspects entered rental property in
the 900 block of West Springdale and took a
Redben told police two juvenile suspects
were seen leaving the house with the vacuum.
The vacuum was later relumed.
A second-degree burglary was reported to
police at 9 p.m. Friday by Barbra Moore, 52,
of 408 S. Oak.
Moore owns a house in the unit block of
West Andrew and upon entering the dwelling
noticed unknown suspects had broken a door
glass and tom a screen.
Moore reported that a hurricane lamp was
the only item missing.
—Kevin Dale Stafford, 24, jailed Friday by
Sapulpa police on suspicion of attempted
—Justin Roy Bean, 19, jailed Wednesday by
Creek County deputies for a court appear-
ance. Returned Friday to an undisclosed
—Dennis Leonard Day, 33, jailed Thursday
by deputies for failure to appear on a 1991
felony preliminary hearing, failure to appear
on a felony charge of uttering a forged instru-
ment and failure to appear on three 1989
misdemeanor charges, fines and costs. Trans-
ported Friday to Oklahoma City.
—Leon Edwards, 37, jailed Friday by depu-
ties on complaints of forcible sodomy and
lewd molestation. Transported Friday to
Marland Harper Jr., 37, jailed Thursday by
Sapulpa police on a complaint of violation of
emergency protective order. Released Friday
—Peter Lamb Reddy, 36, jailed Thursday by
Sapulpa police on complaint of grand larceny.
Released Friday on bond.
—John Arthur Butts, 32, jailed Friday by
deputies on complaints of failure to appear on
two 1986 warrants and a complaint of aggra-
vated assault. Released Friday on cash bond.
9:35 a.m. Friday — Patient from Liberty
Glass to Tulsa Regional Medical Center.
10:51 a.m. — Patient from the 6100 block
of south 35th West Avenue to St. John Medi-
6:32 pm. — Dispatched to the 500block at
south Maple. No patients transported.
11:16 pjn. — Patient from Hobson and
Mounds to Bartlett Memorial Medical Center
12:02 a.m. Saturday — Patient horn the
700 block of south Main to BMMC.
11:46 a.m. Friday—Patient from Veterans
Administration outpatient clinic in TUlsa to
the VA Hospital in Muskogee.
12:55 pm. — Patient from Bristow
Memorial Hospital to Sl Francis Hospital.
7 a.m. Saturday — Patient from BMMC to
Sl Francis Hospital.
(Cases filed In the Creek County Court-
house are filed by or against Sapulpa resi-
dents unless otherwise noted.)
Felony cases filed—
State of Oklahoma vs.:
—Stephen Fox, 39, driving under the influ-
ence of intoxicating liquor, operating motor
vehicle under suspension, failure to produce
verification form, transporting open container
(beer), failure to stop at stop'sign.
—James Michael Hill, 21, two counts grand
—Michael Edward Webb, 30, kidnapping,
assault and battery.
—Glenn Edward Moffitt, 24, indecent
—Jonas Lewis Partridge n, 22. first degree
manslaughter, driving under the influence,
operating a motor vehicle under revocation,
transporting open container, no seatbelt.
—Scott Andrew Lutz, 30, first-degree rape by
Donald R. Holley, 48, driving under the
influence, driving under suspension.
—Lawrence Woodrow Armilage, no age
listed, first-degree rape by instrumentation,
—Susan Colline Wilson, no age listed,
attempting to obtain controlled drug by fraud.
—Greg E. Killough, 21, larceny of an
Civil cases filed—
—Equitable Acceptance Corporation vs. Ray
King, money judgmenL
—Jay Hunter vs. Geneva C. Canby, et al,
—Betty Broyles d/b/a Biscuits Plus vs. The
Travelers Insurance Company aA/a The
Travelers, a foreign corporation, money
—First Financial Advisors Inc. vs. Anglo
American Equity Corporation, an Oklahoma
corporation, et al, damages and foreclosure.
—Ford Motor Credit Company vs. Frank
—Melody Barry vs. Kelly JoAnn Hurt a/k/a
Kelly Tutor and Christy S. Davis, money
—In the matter of the vacation of a ptw««yt
easement by Resso Enterprises Inc., vacating
—Auto Parts of Sapulpa Inc, an Oklahoma
corporation vs. Mark Brehmer, individually
and Sapulpa Chrysler-Plymoulh-Dodge Inc.,
—Brian W. Long and Darci M. Long,
husband and wife, vs. City of Sapulpa, Okla-
homa, a municipal corporation, et al, vacate
alley and easements.
—Brian W. Long and Darci M. Long,
husband and wife, vs. Audrey Weger, quiet
—Fasm Credit Services of East Centsal Okla-
homa, PCA, a corporation vs. Slick Townsite
Company, a corporation, quiet title.
State of Oklahoma vs.:
—Russell Lee Ryker, Sapulpa, driving under
the influence, attempting to elude, left at
center, failure to stop at a stop sign, no insur-
—Joy Aral Smith, Sapulpa, driving tinder the
influence, left of center.
—Robert Bucktrot Jr., Depew, driving under
the influence, driving under suspension.
—Robert Barnes Crist, Tulsa, drunk in public.
—William Harrison Comer, Sapulpa, driving
under the influence.
—Bryan Gene Canady, Tulsa, drunk in
—Bobby Eugene Cain, Sand Springs, petit
—Keith Chambers, Terrice Johnson, reck- •
lessly handling firearm.
—David Edward Fax, Sapulpa, public drunk.
—James Earl Martin, Jenks, driving under the
influence, failure to comply with insurance,
—Bobby Mize, Sapulpa, driving under
suspension, no insurance, operating a defec-
—Veranda Kay Sharp, no address listed,
aggravated assault and battery.
—Eddie Joe Smith, Sapulpa, unlawful
possession of paraphernalia.
—Eudora Faye Surrell, Mounds, drunk in
public, assault and battery.
—Sheri Lyme Remington vs. Tenny Dee.
—Sara Lori Whinery vs. Phil Eugene.
—Annette Renee Owens vs. Randy Beecha.
—Johnny lee dark vs. Bivian K.
—Delbert James Frost vs. Eda Belle.
—Julie Ann Cavenah vs. Dennis Colbert.
—Joseph Patrick Scully vs. Karen Elaine.
—Julia Dawn Gee vs. David Loyd Jr.
—Chris Steven Wilson vs. Paula F.
—Kimberly D. Cochrane vs. Benjamin K.
—Angel M. Hagar vs. Steven D.
—Michael Franklin Dobson vs. Veronica
—Patricia N. Hendrix vs. Satnmie Hendrix.
TERMITE AND PEST CONTOOL
Tree & Shrub
"Bag Worms, Web Worm**
—David William Wald rot, 27, Sapulpa, and
W e take this means of expressing our heartfelt
appreciation for the many kindnesses
bestowed on us in the loss of our loved one. For
the beautiful floral offerings, the services and
neighborly evidences of sympathy, we are
sincerely grateful. -•
Mrs. Earnest Childress
Ernie & Sharon Childress
Wayne & Lillian Beebe
Leanne Waldren, 27, Sapulpa.
3d. 20. M
—Darren W. Sherwood, 20, Mannford, and
Shannon yvette Madden, 17, Mannford.
—Kevin Lee Doflins, 20, Midwest City, and
Teresa Kay Steveni, 23, Midwest City.
—Kevin Michael Mathii, 19, Sapulpa, and
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Vacation Bible School
Sherrill Ann Seawright, 19, Sapulpa.
—Todd L Wallace, 26, Edmond, and Amy
Renee Barnhart, 20, Cleveland.
—Donald William Bevenue, 21, Sapulpa, and
Tina Marie McQeery, 17, Kellyville.
—Timothy Paul Gram, 17, Sapulpa, and
Cynthia Ann Fry, 18, Tulsa.
—George Michael Jairett, 38, Sapulpa, and
Rebecca Anne Holt, 38, Tulsa.
—Gary L. Griffith, 23, Sapulpa, and Mary
Ellen Young, IS, Tulsa.
—David Harvey Bush, 31, Sapulpa, and
DcEllen Beth Davis, 31, Sapulpa.
—Jacky Dcwayne Belt, 19. Mannford, and
Crochia Elainse Biker, 17, Manifold.
—Hassen F. Sharp, 29, Bristow, and Maudie
E. Pitchford, 37, Briatow.
—Donald Lee Strain Jr., 20. Sapulpa, and
Cassandra Kay Note, 16, Sapulpa.
—Dannie Dean Basham, 38, Kellyville, and
Diana Lynn Swimmer, 28, Kellyville.
—Kelly Don Holderread, 22, Cushing, and
Paula Cariene Burk, 22, Mannford.
—Dorothy Jean Miller va. David Carroll.
—William W. Deible vs. Patricia G
—Vonda L Price vs. Russell D.
—John W. Childress vs. Lorrie L
—James William Foodrcn vs. Cassandra
—Melba Faye Tatum vs. Buck Tatum.
—Robert Scott Pierce vs. Kaye R.
—Teresa Lynn McBride va. Dennis Lynn.
—Barbara A. Andrew* va. John W.
Forest Hills Baptist Church
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‘Three Daves’ wait their turn
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with foggers and sprays, Lambert said,
or to use insect repcllant.
He said recently enacted safety
regulations regarding hazardous
chemicals may prevent cities from
spraying at all — unless officials want
to notify all affected parties
"With all the new rules and regula-
tions, a city can’t always do what it’s
done in the past,” Lambert said.
Ruth Hendy, environmental
specialist supervisor for the Creek
County Health Department, said she
did not know if federal "right-lo-
know” laws regarding insecticides
would prevent cities from spraying for
“Most cities are not spraying any
more for mosquitoes because it’s not
very effective,” Hcndv said.
“We have had an awful lot of rain,”
she said, “and any time you have rain,
you’re going to have mosquitoes.”
Sapulpan Theresa Dunn, like sever-
al others who have called City Hall,
says she’s experienced the mosquito
‘They’re just bad all over,” Dunn
Dunn lives on north Third Street in
the area sprayed by the city two years
ago. Spraying “did help,” she said.
“Almost all summer, it was a real
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for Site #1, site agreement for the
Mannford Senior Center and the
revised budget for 1992 for the Nutri-
—Request to approve bridge inspec-
tions and claim form 324A for Braw-
ley Engineering Corp.
—Request to approve the allocation of
alcoholic beverage tax.
—Discussion and action on continua-
tion of the Enhanced 911 addressing
program operations presented by
Sapulpa City Manager Mark Roath.
—Discussion and action on purchase
and disposition of pickup trucks from
District #2 Highway department
The meeting will convene at 9 a.m.
in the County CommiMianen’ office,
located on the second floor of the
Creek County Courthouse in Sapulpa.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The
Democratic National Convention is
history but the story of “The Three
Daves” of Oklahoma will be acted
out for some time to come.
The Three Daves, as Oklahoma
delegates call them, are not a circus
act or a 50s singing trio.
They are U.S. Sen. Dav’d Boren,
U.S. Rep. Dave McCurdy and Gov.
The three men have one thing in
common: They would like to be pres-
ident. Boren, Oklahoma’s most
prolific vote-getter and chairman of
the Senate Intelligence Committee,
said he seriously considered running
He says he “definitely” plans to
run in 1996 if Arkansas Gov. Bill
Clinton is not successful.
McCurdy, 42, actually tested the
waters for a presidential bid this time
He now says he is only interested
in re-election and says that if the
other two Daves run, "I’ll vote for
them. I’ll support them.”
Walters, 40, says he hasn’t thought
out any scenario about his political
But Walters watchers say he has
been aggressive in national party
He is a trustee of the Democratic
National Committee, a position given
to those who raise or donate at least
$ 100,000 to the Democratic cause.
Walters became a trustee by virtue
of raisin;.- $100,000 during the 1988
campaign of Michael Dukakis.
Also becoming a trustee this year is
Walters supporter Ron Yordi, Okla-
homa City businessman.
Yordi was a member of the so-
tailed “Gang of Five,” the sort of
kitchen cabinet that helped Walters
set up his administration after his
election in 1990.
Walters will be a very young man
even if he serves a second term,”
says Pete White, Democratic slate
“National politics, whether U.S.
senator or something beyond that, is
something that is certainly in thi"
realm of possibility,” White said.
Members of the trio say they have
been friends for a long time and deny
any political jealousies.
Walters and McCurdy were class-
mates at the University of Oklahoma
and Boren points out that Walters was
on his staff when Boren was
support base,” White said. “I could
put my yellow dog hat oil ahd.be crit-
ical of that sometimes, but that is how
he has achieved what he has
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In a pre-convention interview,
Walters said Boren has the qualities
to make “a wonderful president.”
He also said that one difference
between himself and Boren is that “I
tend to take more high-risk posi-
tions” without regard to the future
“I don’t take that personally,”
Boren said, pointing to unpopular
stands he has taken such as opposing
the Persian Gulf war and an anti-flag
Boren holds all the records in
gamering votes in Oklahoma, getting
more than 80 percent in his re-
“He does a good job crossing
partisan lines with regard to his
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