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I t ! The Stillwater Journal Thursday, April 8 - Page 2 March 28 -April 3 Divorces filed Hazel Hills vs. Timonthy Hills. Joshua Darryl Aubert vs. Sonya A. Aubert. Jennifer A. Hanes vs. Troy Dean Hanes. Delleta Marlene Fames vs. Wesley Lynn Fames. Chris M. Gardner vs. Christa L. Gardner. Jessee C. Donovan III vs. Teresa Donovan. meth, with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana second and subsequent, possession of dangerous substance without prescription, driving while sus- pended, assault and battery on officer, unlawful possession of paraphernalia, domestic vio- lence. Steven Floyd Edmondson, 40, Ripley, possession of marijuana second and subsequent, unlaw- ful possession of marijuana. Sandra Kay Rush, 43, Amanda Gail Josefy and Lu Yung Hale. Emily Renae Hover and Matthew Levi Dornan. Mary Ellen Gosnell and David Paul Scherer. Small Claims Court Bank of Cushing vs. Jessica Moss, $249.83 indebtedness. Bank of Cushing vs. Aaron Beaver, $156.48 indebtedness. Murray, Gunkel, Wagner vs. Stillwater Mental Health II Amanda Mccury vs. Asa Stillwater, possession of con- Professionals, $1,162.08 James McCurry. trolled substance, unlawful pus- accounting services. l session of paraphernalia, driving Johnson's Easy Car Credit vs. I1 District Attorney Filings while suspended, failing to carry Tammy Rene Reed, $2,070.27 Jimmy Travis Ayers Jr 38,security verification, auto loan. ( Stillwater, assault and battery Faustino Hemandez, 28, Tulsa, Stillwater Milling Co. vs. John A.B. HARRISON, PROFESSOR emeritus, ered to honor him and learn about upon police officer, driving displaying false ID card to offi- Trammel dba Trammel Ranches, was recently presented a special plaque by and future of health and human o ~n ' ew %, I under influence, taxes due the cer, driving without drivers $4,500 merchandise. OSU Provost and Senior Vice President Dr. at OSU. HnatrrlrStOmn join state, failing to carry security license, failing to carry security Ed s Muffler Shop vs. Vincent Marlene Strathe to recognize the opening of in 1950, a d o 9 8-86 l .~lN~ t verification, verification. Abraham, $159.50 catalytic con- the new A.B. Harrison Human Performance the Health and Fitness Center, n#[ . Reynolds Tosado, 33, Cushing, Debbie L. Wright, 33, verter. Laboratory in the OSU Colvin Center. More the OSU Seretean Wellness Cend~v/~ assault and battery with danger- Cushing, possession of con-Integrated Solutions Group vs. than 100 faculty, students and friends gath- ous weapon, trolled substance (cocaine), pus- Taylor Designs, $1,059.08 corn- Rose Marie Dickens, 44, Stillwater, possession of con- trolled substance (cocaine), unlawful possession of para- phernalia. Dustin Dewayne Page, 18, Stroud, knowingly concealing stolen property. Darrell Ray Treat, 45, Stillwater, assault with danger- ous weapon. Harold Dee Robertson, 66, Okmulgee, embezzlement. James Michael Matthews, 28, Weatherford, possession of mar- ijuana second and subsequent, possession of controlled danger- ous substance, driving while suspended, possession of para- phernalia. Jackie Sylvester Cramer, 53, Stillwater, lewd molestation. Cole Buchanan Ross, 19, Yale, distributing controlled danger- ous substance within 2,000 feet of park/school. Chris Darness Jones 32, Stillwater, possession, o ~on- trolled', -dangerous~ .substance, session of paraphemalia. Bradley Dwayne Sloan, 21, Stillwater, possession of con- trolled substance (cocaine), pos- session of marijuana. Jordan Scott Sauceda, 19, Stillwater, indecent exposure. Donna Carlene Robison, 43, StiUwater, knowingly conceal- ing stolen property, false decla- ration of ownership of pawn. Cherie S. Timm, 29, Stillwater, uttering two or more bogus checks exceeding $500. Norman F. Griffin, 56, Ardmore, obtaining cash or mer- chandise bogus check. Marriage licenses Misty Higgins and Torren Wolfe. Danielle Leeanne Darty and Stuart Michael Cook. Staci Dyan Schneider and Heath Pennington. Kelley Angeline George and Matthew Aragon Trumbull. puter print supplies. Pioneer Loans vs. Richard Charles Condit, $907 balance loan. Pioneer Loans vs. Ricky Alexander, $322.80 loan bal- ance. Pioneer Loans vs. Ben Robinson, $335.50 loan balance. Pioneer Loans vs. Tonya Skocny, $354.84 loan balance. Pioneer Loans vs. Holly Ivey, $97.40 loan balance. Security Finance vs. Jeremy Fangman, $260 loan default. Continental Credit vs. Alicia Burrous, $1,040 loan default. American General Finance vs. Gary and Jaclyn Brien, $2,656.31 loan default. Barbara Hicks vs. James Bernard Shanklin, $800 unpaid rent. Bank of Cushing vs. Eddie and Susie Stewart, $347.69 indebt- edness. More details at ~ ,Amanda Kay Webband~obert !Nelson "Vande~rt. Okla.' ~'e CoUrtS Net'work Humane Society bake le Saturday No bones about it, the Humane Society of Stillwater will offer baked goods in exchange for donations at its bake sale Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Hasting's parking lot. Proceeds from the bake sale will benefit the upkeep of the shelter and provide much-need- ed supplies for the animals such as food, cleaning supplies and other vital materials "Our shelter is strictly operat- ed by donations frJm supporters in the surrounding communi- ties," said Samantha Krawczyk, Humane Society of Stillwater volunteer coordinator. "Fund-raising events such as these create awareness among the public and provide food and other vital supplies for the pets." Baked goods from local busi- nesses will be available for pur- chase. The Humane Society of Stillwater is a no-kill shelter, which refers to finding an alter- native to euthanasia as a means of controlling the pet popula- tion. No animals are euthanized, but rather housed until they are adopted. The shelter is proud to be one of the few no-kill facilities in the state, and it relies heavily on donations to remain so. The Humane Society of Stillwater operates totally off of donations from the public and is not funded by any grants or affiliated with a state, regional or national group. Pets will be available on site for adoption opportunities. For more information, call Sarah Anderson at (405) 533- 3303 or send an e-mail to sea osu@hotmail.com. The Stillwater Journal is a weekly publication of The Perkins Journal at 222 N. Main in Perkins, Oklahoma by Perkins Publishing Co EL.C, P.O. Box 667, Perkins, OK 74059-0667. The Stillwater Journal office is located at 114 West 7th, Suite 10 in Stillwater, OK. David & Lisa Sasser - Publishers Lawrence Gibbs - Managing Editor 405-377-2775 M. A. Crank - Advertising 405-377-3153 Subscriptions and Billing Information 405-547-2411 ip m, --- --- --- -.-, --= -- m, --- .m ,m --- -- m m, m, ,m m ,11 To Subscribe By Mail, just fill out this form and mail with remittance to: The perkins/The StiUwater Journal 222 N. Main P. O. Box 667 Perkins, OK 74059-0667 Name Address I . City State Zip. Rates Are $28 per year in Oklahoma, $32 for out of state subscriptions. Sen. State Sen. Mike Morgan and Rep. Jari Askins will lead a 23- member bipartisan joint com- mittee on lawsuit reform as announced by House Speaker Larry Adair and Senate President Pro Tempore Cal Hobson. The committee will conduct a series of open hearings begin- ning April 15, to examine the myriad of issues surrounding lawsuit reform. Members of the joint committee are also expect- ed to serve as members of the conference committee that will write the final version of lawsuit reform legislation this session. Morgan is a former Stillwater municipal judge and has served as an adjunct professor of busi- ness law at Oklahoma State University. "Examining an issue as divi- sive as legal reform should be done in a public forum and with much scrutiny. Our course of action is the only way to ensure all parties involved have a voice in the process and an end result on which we all can agree," said Adair, D-Stilwell. "We are committed to an open and inclusive dialogue in seek- ing reforms that will make our system work better for Oklahoma. We want to hear from doctors, lawyers, business people, the insurance industry and victims - both those who t0rl0rk. have won and those who have views and reach a ~( lost in court," said Hobson, D- what we think ~ 0 ~ Lexington. Oklahoma," said ~ i House Bill 2661, which carries Stillwater. ,~ Gov. Henry s lawsuit reform The first hearing~~ proposal, has passed out of the in the Senate Ch~~ Senate Judiciary Committee'and both Adair and Hobson, authors of the measure, said the bill is eventually headed for a confer- ence committee. Morgan and Askins said they plan to conduct four or more open hearings in which they will take testimony from witnesses. The co-chairpersons also said a record will be made of the pro- ceedings. "Like most Oklahomans, state !egi~la~tors need to be educated on this subject as well. Public hearings will allow committee members the opportunity to become informed on these diffi- cult issues. In the end we will have a thorough piece of legisla- tion beneficial to all Oklahomans," said Askins, D- Duncan. "Everyone who wants to be heard on this issue should have the right to contribute to this dis- cussion and we want to create an environment where all of those people can have input into this process and committee members will be given the opportunity to ask questions - all in an open forum. The job of the committee will be to take these diverse sequent hearings #~e~ held in the House t Askins is a County executive Oklahoma Pardo~ Board. In addition to Chairwoman members named committee include Balkman, Braddock, R-Midwest City; R-Guthrie; Terry McAlesteri Tempore Danny Sulphur; M.C. Jim Newport, Wayne Opio Toure, and Mike Tyler, Hobson will be joined by Sens. Oklahoma City; R-Oklahoma C$, Laughlin, --i~ Richard Lerbl~t Hartshorne; Angel~ Oklahoma City; ~t~. ~, D-Tahlequah; Je~A~it' Tulsa; and Mi#~" James ~~ Eating at E1 Chico to benefit Members of the 4-H program in Payne County are inviting residents to join them for dinner at El Chico as part of a fund-raiser on Tuesday, April 20, between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. "Help us kick off Spring by celebrating with food, friends and 4-H fun," said Dea Rash and Brett Morris, 4-H youth development coordina- o, tors. They said they need 100 t 'rA' tell the hostess they are with PaY~ .~ and the county 4-H program will cent of the night's total receipts. They said this is a great time to get ~ family and friends and enjoy a ni~t 'i~ port Payne County 4-H. ll~/ Some important dates for the while camping. A variety of Camp will be held Scouting program in this area merit badges are available. Cost Sanborn Lake.t~ l~! founder of ScoU" ~1 have been announced by the is $125 for the week for a Scout one of,the sto~:~ Cimarron Council office in and $65 for an adult. There must Ponce City. be one adult per five Scouts. Kipling s jtmgl !~'~ There will be two weeks of Registration is due by May 5. "Mowgli's Bro~erS, f~[ Boy Scout Summer Camp at the Will Rogers Scout Reservation at Cleveland. Dates are June 13- 19 and June 20-26. Special activities are planned for Scouts to work on advance- ments that must be handled A Webelos Resident Camp is known, ':,T ae planned for June 7-10 at WSR. Mowgli. The '~1~ Check with individual leaders based on that ~v~ about costs and special arrange- Archery, BB u~ ments for adults to attend meals sports, fishing a~l/ and even spend the night, part of the ftto/ Stillwater's Cub Scout Day plann~ Congressman Lucas to be here nexto.v'l James A. Luetkemeyer, communications diree- Earlier in the day, he was to be ~i tot/legislative assistant for Congressman Frank D. City HallAnnex between 3:30 Lucas of Oklahoma's new Third District, has been Luetkemeyer noted these sesSlo ' in town this week to say the congressman would 50 the congressman holds during ~ a ] be here for a town meeting with constituents on be visiting four counties Wednes~0f1 Thursda, A nl 15, at the Stfllwater Commum da l all or P y p " " 'ty y. H's district takes in ~' j~ Center. It is scheduled from 5 to 6 p.m. homa counties, counties.