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1 SERVING LEFLORE COUNTY SERVING LEFLORE COUNTY PoteauDailyNews.com Wednesday, August 27, HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL, BASEBALL, 6 S P O R T S B R I E F S, O K TA H A T O U R N A M E N T, 7 3 Weather, Obituaries, Calendar 4 Opinions BETTER NEWSPAPER CONTEST AWARD WINNER 8 Comics 9-10 Classifieds Presented by the OKLAHOMA PRESS ASSOCIATION Inserts: Walmart, Atwoods, Price Cutter, Western Auto, Marvin s LEFLORE COUNTY SPEAKS AT POLLS 75 Daily Edition Volume 119 No Pages Hospital tax OKd, Cockburn elected Wister, Panama school bonds pass; Dems settle runoffs By Kim Ross PDN Editor Election at a Glance I want to personally thank each of you for your support, assistance and words of encouragement during this very critical stage in EOMC s history, said Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center CEO Mike Carter. Voters Tuesday approved a half-cent sales tax to support EOMC s need for renovations, repairs and remodeling. The tax passed with 76.8 percent of the vote, 5,246 county voters saying yes to saving the hospital. The yes vote won across all 37 precincts. The proposed tax came to life in February after the Oklahoma Department of Health shut down the surgical department at the hospital, also forcing the closure of the obstetrical department. The shutdown of the surgical department was due to finding of structural, mechanical and operational problems. The statemandated renovations will cost the facility Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center Chief Executive Office Mike Carter talks with patrons as close to $2 million results come in at the EOMC sales tax proposition election watch party Tuesday night in The (See ELECTIONS, page 2) Community State Bank banquet room. PDN photo by David Seeley LeRoux waives extradition to face sex counts Responders Honored Unofficial winning totals in bold Hospital Tax Yes... 5,246 No... 1,584 County Assessor Cockburn... 3,074 White... 2,194 Wister School Bond Yes No Panama School Bond Yes No State Superintendent Cox % Deskin % U.S. Senate Johnson % Rogers % Area trooper resigns after DUI arrest By Kim Ross PDN Editor By Kim Ross PDN Editor A former Poteau businessman accused of multiple sex crimes against children is on his way to Arizona to stand trial. William Joseph LeRoux Jr., 49, was charged by Maricopa County, Ariz., in October 2012 with 12 counts of sexual conduct with a minor in which the offense lists both intercourse and oral sexual contact. According to court records, LeRoux allegedly engaged in sexual intercourse with a minor over a seven-month period involving five separate encounters. The record indicates that the victim was a male The Oklahoma EMT Association on Aug. 7 honored three LeFlore County between the ages of 15 and 18 at the time emergency responders. Jimmy Smith, left, of the Spiro Fire Department was of the incidents. The victim claims the named First Responder of the Year, Honobia Fire Department represented by Toni Johnson, center, was named Emergency Medical Response Agency of the Year and (See LeROUX, page 2) Amanda Brown of Leflore County EMS was named Paramedic of the Year. An area trooper arrested for allegedly driving his police vehicle while under the influence has resigned his position. Joshua Davies, of Shady Point, submitted a letter of resignation which was accepted by Oklahoma Highway Patrol, according to OHP Commissioner Mike Thompson. Thompson said the resignation was effective Aug. 26. Davies still will undergo a pre-termination hearing scheduled by the chief of OHP slated for today. Davies was arrested July 3 after wrecking his police vehicle. Davies was on Applegate Cove Road near the Robert S. Kerr Dam at about 3 p.m. when the accident happened. OHP reported Davies was (See TROOPER, page 2) LeFlore County s got talent Saturday s winners listed Several young performers took home honors in the first LeFlore County Talent Show, sponsored by Poteau High School s Thespian Troupe The show took place Saturday in the Bob Lee Kidd Civic Center. Prizes were $50 for first place, $25 for second place and $100 for the overall winner. In the 5-10 age division, first place was awarded to Lyndsey Clark, who performed Never Fully Dressed from the musical Annie. Second place went to Katie Scowden, who sang Good Time. In the age division, Gabrielle Gore won first place singing Motley Crue s Home Sweet Home. Second place went to Maci White, who performed I See Fire. Prizes in the 16 and older division went to a solo act and a duet act. First place went to Carl Albert State College student Jazzmynn Overton, who sang I Know Where I Been from the musical Hairspray. Second place went to friends and singing partners Kristin Ward and Mandy Stone. Taking home $100 and the overall prize was Molly Clark. Clark, who has competed in sev- eral talent competitions, including OK Kids at the state and national levesl, performed Cowboy s Sweetheart. Her yodeling skills proved to be the ticket for success on this day. Local band Long Story Short (See DEBIT, page 2) We Hope You Like the New Look and the New Content We, the staff of Poteau Daily News, strive to bring you the best featured content coupled with the highest quality advertising each day. We d love to hear any comments or suggestions you have about our work. Call us at (918) or stop by 804 N. Broadway and let us know what you think. Commited to Quality News and Advertising Since 1895

2 PAGE 2... WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2014 Area POTEAU DAILY NEWS Brenda Cockburn, newly elected county assessor, enjoys a moment with her Mindy White is wished good luck and told great job by her daughter, Haylee, granddaughter, Paityn, at her election night watch party. Tuesday as the polls closed and election results were being counted. PDN photo by Amanda Corbin PDN photo by Kim Ross ELECTIONS The hospital reported needing $1.6 million to complete the state-mandated renovations but also would need an addition $14.4 million to bring the hospital up to top standards. According to the hospital s campaign information, the hospital employs about 250 people and generates more than $20 million in revenues each year, with an annual payroll of $14 million and an estimated $5.4 million in uncompensated health care provided to those in need. Listed repairs and renovations include changes to be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Updates would be made to patient restrooms, the addition of patient restrooms in the intensive care unit rooms, adequate drinking fountains, signage and door hardware. Soil erosion at the back of the hospital has worsened over the years leaving bare pipes and trenches on the property, cracks in the buildings exterior are found in more than one location of the facility, the outdated and damaged roof, cracked fascia panels, and soffits that are damaged, exposing the inner parts of the roof, visible through large holes. The hospital boilers two are required, each with two fuel options do not meet standards, One is decommissioned, and neither meets the fuel standard. The corrosion of some of the facility s steam pipes have resulted in some being closed off. And the hospital faces the need to replace both their chillers as one uses a refrigerant no longer manufactured and the other will see its refrigerant phased out in the next 16 years. With antiquated electrical components, the electrical system also is outside compliance. Replacements parts for the current system are becoming hard to find. County Assessor LeFlore County Voters chose a new county assessor during Tuesday s runoff election. Brenda Cockburn beat her opponent Mindy White 3,074 votes to 2,194 votes. Although Cockburn carried a large part of the county, White carried several precincts in the southern part of LeFlore County. Cockburn will officially take office Jan. 1. The office was vacated by Tim Trent when he announced his retirement earlier in the year. I want to thank everyone who supported me through the campaign and thank my family and coworkers. I appreciate all that they ve done, said Cockburn during her acceptance speech at her watch party held at the Days Inn in Poteau. Cockburn is a lifelong resident of Wister and has been employed at the LeFlore County Assessors Office for 21 years. She currently holds the position of first deputy. She is the daughter of Carrel and Mona Vaughn of Wister and has been married to her husband Bobby for 30 years. They have two daughters and one son-in-law, Breann and Phillip Lathrop and Brittany Cockburn. She has three grandchildren, Brooklyn, Paityn and Audrey. Happy Birthday Deann Kleck Williams. We Love You. White also is a lifelong resident of LeFlore County and has been employed with LeFlore County for 15 years. She currently serves as a deputy court clerk. I want to thank everyone who supported me through this campaign, said White. This has been a wonderful experience getting to meet and make new friends all over this great county. School Bonds Voters in the Panama and Wister school districts also passed bond issues for improvements to their schools. Wister voters approved by more than 66 percent a $500,000 bond issue to renovate and expand the schools vocational agricultural building which comes with a $300,000 price tag. The building sports a worn roof that leaks and is the victim of rust corroding the walls. Voters in favor of the bond 411; against 206. I would like to thank all of the district voters who supported us. We will try to use the bond funds wisely and efficiently, said Wister Superintendent Jerry Carpenter. We feel like these two projects will benefit the district in many ways. Money left after the improvements to the vo-ag building have been designated to repairing the school s 75-year-old gym. It has bleachers that have been fenced off due to safety issue, leaving only a portion of the bleachers usable. Panama s school bond issue passed by 64.7 percent, 312 votes to 170, the $4.155 million bond will provide the school with a new event center that also would double as a safe room for students at the elementary level. Thanks to the patrons of the district for voting, said Panama Superintendent Grant Ralls. Ralls said the bids will be processed immediately and that Michael Riley already has been hired as the architect. He expects to break ground as soon as is possible. Money from the bond also will help with repairing or remodeling existing school buildings, acquiring school furniture, fixtures and equipment. The event center will house a basketball court, stage and seating for 1,164 people, plus additional overflow seating for coaches, concession, players and the press. State Superintendent Democrats nominated John Cox to face Joy Hofmeister for the post of State Superintendent of Education in the Nov. 4 general election. Cox was leading Freda Deskin by 63.7 percent of the vote with 1,757 of the state s 1,956 precincts counted, according to the Oklahoma State Election Board. U.S. Senate In the race to fill the seat being vacated by Tom Coburn, Democrats picked state Rep.Connie Johnson to represent the party in November. Johnson was leading Jim Rogers with 56.9 percent of the vote. She will face Republican U.S. Rep. James Lankford in the general election. Rogers led to voting in LeFlore County with 62 percent of the ballots. Results are unofficial until certified. PDN News Editor contributed to this report. Ken Milam LeROUX incidents occurred between May 1994 and December He also was charged with three counts of public sexual indecency in connection to sex acts he allegedly performed or in which he participated with a minor. One of the incidents was reported to have happened at a Kiwanis Park Recreation Center in Tempe, Ariz. LeRoux was arrested Oct. 29, 2012, after U.S. marshals served a warrant for his arrest issued by Maricopa County. He was released the next day on $25,000 fugitive bail after refusing to sign a waiver of extradition to return willingly to Arizona. LeRoux was scheduled to appear in the District Court of LeFlore County on Nov. 27, 2012, as a condition of his bail but instead appeared in the Superior Court of Maricopa County on Nov. 26, 2012, an action that resulted in the dismissal of his local fugitive bail. LeRoux failed to appear at his latest scheduled criminal proceeding in Arizona and a warrant for his arrest was issued. He was arrested by Poteau Police in July for a municipal offense. While being held in the LeFlore County Detention Center a hold was placed by Maricopa County to return LeRoux to Arizona for court. According to jail officials, LeRoux originally refused to sign a waiver of extradition. Last week LeRoux changed his mind, signed the waiver and arrangements were made for Arizona to place LeRoux in their custody. According to jail records, LeRoux was released to Maricopa County before Monday morning. breach of the standard of conduct demanded by our profession. It is never pleasant when an officer is forced to arrest one of his own, but it should be noted that the troopers who responded to Davies DUI accident and subsequently arrested him enforced the standard without exception. I am hopeful that the poor decisions made by former trooper Joshua Davies will not bring discredit on the 99 percent of our state troopers that are shining examples of what our profession demands, said Patrol Chief Col. Ricky Adams. Davies has been an active law enforcement member in LeFlore County since 2000 and has spent the last eight years working for the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. He was placed on administrative leave after his arrest. president Chandler Warren. Members of the troupe helped transition between acts as well as showcase their own talents. The thespians did not compete against the show contestants, but the audience voted on their favorite thespian act, which resulted in a tie between Reif s comedic solo monologue and Taryn Shelton s juggling performance. The voting was an additional fundraiser for the Thespian Troupe and brought in about $150 for the group s NYC trip next summer. TROOPER u K o now? Y d i D You can safely dispose of your unused or expired prescription medications 24/7 at the following locations: LeFlore County Sheriff s Office 100 S. Broadway, Poteau Poteau Police Department 110 Peters St, Poteau Arkoma Police Department 1103 Main Street, Arkoma McCurtain County Sheriff s Office 200 N-Central, Idabel Choctaw County Sheriff s Office 305 E. Jefferson, Hugo Pushmataha County Sheriff s Office 207 W. 3rd St, Antlers This service announcement is provided by: LeFlore County Coalition for Healthy Living, Health in the Valley Coalition, and SOIC Region 6 Regional Prevention Coordinators (RPC),Local Law Enforcement, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (OBN), in partnership with ODMHSAS and SAMHSA towing a boat and the trailer had a blowout. The trailer rolled, losing the boat which traveled into the ditch. Damage was also done to the rear of Davies patrol vehicle. Davies reportedly tested more than three times over the legal limit of alcohol and was arrested for driving under the influence. Davies was jailed in Sallisaw. Trooper Davies actions on July 3 were an egregious TALENT provided filler entertainment. The band, consisting of Steve Peck, Nick Weisenfels, John Marvel and Michael Townley, plays a variety of music from the 1970s to today. Hosting the event were PHS Thespian Troupe president Mikalyn Reif and vice

3 POTEAU DAILY NEWS Area y Local 5-Day Forecast Wed 8/27 Thu 8/28 Fri 8/29 Sat 8/30 Sun 8/31 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, PAGE 3 Do You Bleed Orange or Red? Today is National Petroleum Day TODAY Gov. Mary Fallin campaign appearance, reception, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Donald W. Reynolds Community Center, Poteau. Choctaw Labor Day Festival princess pageant, 7 p.m., Tuskahoma. Info: Blood drive, 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., LeFlore County 911 office in Poteau. Individualized Education Program training for parents and other involved with children with disabilities, 6 p.m., Carl Albert State College Sallisaw campus. Info: Kodey Toney, (918) or AUG. 29 Choctaw Labor Day Festival, 9 a.m. to approximately 11 p.m., Tuskahoma. Info: com. Blood drive 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Kiamichi Technology Center, Talihina. AUG. 30 LeFlore County Round-Up Club play day, Cecil Leachman Arena, Heavener. Info: Frank Mode, (918) Choctaw Labor Day Festival, 9 a.m. to approximately 11 p.m., Tuskahoma. Info: www. choctawnation.com. AUG. 31 Choctaw Labor Day Festival, 7 a.m. to approximately 11 p.m., Tuskahoma. Info: com. SEPT. 1 Choctaw Labor Day Festival, 9 a.m. to approximately 1 p.m., Tuskahoma. Info: www. choctawnation.com. SEPT. 2 LeFlore County Solid Waste closed. SEPT. 3 Exhibit entries due for LeFlore County Free Fair. SEPT. 5 LeFlore County Free Fair, Poteau. SEPT. 6 LeFlore County Free Fair, Poteau. Walk Run or Dye 5k. Info: (918) or com. LeFlore County Round- Up Club play day, Cecil Leachman Arena, Heavener. Info: Frank Mode, (918) SEPT. 9 Disabled American Veterans and Auxiliary, potluck 6 p.m., meeting 7 p.m., DAV building, U.S. 59 Highway north, Poteau. SEPT. 13 Multi-cultural Festival, 11 a.m. to dusk, Blue s Park south of Heavener. SEPT. 16 Sooner Success conference to help families dealing with disabilities locate resources, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Coster-Balentine Ballroom at Carl Albert State College, Poteau. SEPT. 18 La Fiesta benefit for Patrick Lynch Public Library, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Donald W. Reynolds Center in Poteau. Info: Glenda Wise, (918) SEPT. 20 LeFlore County Round-Up Club play day, Cecil Leachman Arena, Heavener. 92/68 Sunshine. High 92F. Winds light and variable. Sunrise: 6:47 AM Sunset: 7:51 PM Sudoku Puzzle #3259-M Hometown Content 93/71 Abundant sunshine. Highs in the low 90s and lows in the low 70s. Sunrise: 6:48 AM Sunset: 7:50 PM Each puzzle is divided into nine sections, and each section has nine blank squares. Fill in all 81 squares on the puzzle with numbers 1 to 9. You may not repeat any numbers in any one of the nine sections that you've already used elsewhere in that section. Also, you can use each number 1-9 only once in each horizontal line of nine squares, and in each vertical column of nine squares. The puzzle is completed when you correctly fill every square. Bonnie Odom would 89/72 Showers and thunderstorms. Highs in the upper 80s and lows in the low 70s. Sunrise: 6:49 AM Sunset: 7:49 PM Oklahoma At A Glance like to thank all Friends and Family who donated Gideon Bibles in the name of Leslie Odom. May all who read them be blessed. Enid 99/ Hometown Content 88/70 Thunderstorms. Highs in the upper 80s and lows in the low 70s. Sunrise: 6:49 AM Sunset: 7:47 PM Oklahoma City 96/74 Lawton 97/70 90/73 Partly cloudy. Highs in the low 90s and lows in the low 70s. Sunrise: 6:50 AM Sunset: 7:46 PM Tulsa 97/74 Poteau 92/68 Area Cities City Hi Lo Cond. City Hi Lo Cond. Antlers mst sunny Oklahoma City sunny Ardmore mst sunny Okmulgee sunny Bartlesville sunny Pauls Valley mst sunny Broken Bow sunny Perry sunny Claremore sunny Sallisaw mst sunny Cordell sunny Sapulpa sunny Duncan mst sunny Shawnee sunny El Reno sunny Snyder sunny Elk City mst sunny Stillwater sunny Enid sunny Tahlequah mst sunny Guymon t-storm Tulsa sunny Lawton mst sunny Watonga sunny McAlester mst sunny Weatherford sunny Miami sunny Wewoka sunny Muskogee sunny Woodward mst sunny National Cities City Hi Lo Cond. City Hi Lo Cond. Atlanta sunny Minneapolis pt sunny Boston mst sunny New York mst sunny Chicago pt sunny Phoenix sunny Dallas sunny San Francisco pt sunny Denver t-storm Seattle sunny Houston t-storm St. Louis t-storm Los Angeles pt sunny Washington, DC sunny Miami mst sunny Moon Phases New Aug 25 UV Index Wed 8/27 9 Very High Thu 8/28 9 Very High First Sep 2 Fri 8/29 7 High The UV Index is measured on a 0-11 number scale, with a higher UV Index showing the need for greater skin protection. Full Sep 9 Sat 8/30 7 High Last Sep 16 Sun 8/31 9 Very High 0 11 Medium Solution to Aug. 26 puzzle Sudoku Solution #3259-D Oklahoma Blood Institute is bringing back its Bedlam blood drives. The season s first in this area is scheduled from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 29, at Kiamichi Technology Center in Talihina. Each blood donor will receive the choice of a free University of Oklahoma or Oklahoma State University blood donor T-shirt and a chance to win a pair of tickets to the 2014 Bedlam football game. Fallin-Dorman debate set STILLWATER Oklahoma State University, in partnership with OETA and the Oklahoma League of Women Voters, will be the host site for a state gubernatorial debate between Republican incumbent Mary Fallin and Democratic challenger Joe Dorman on at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, as part of the OSU Debate Series: Decision 2014 and OETA s Oklahoma Votes 2014 statewide election coverage. The one-hour debate will be held at the OSU Student Union Theater in Stillwater. Both Fallin and Dorman are graduates of Oklahoma State University. OETA will air the debate live across the state and stream online at tv, with viewers encouraged to join the conversation on their social media platforms by using the hashtag #okvotes14. Gene s Satellite Service A panel of Oklahoma journalists, including OETA managing editor Dick Pryor, will ask the candidates questions, plus there will be questions from OSU students. Dr. Brandon Lenoir, a visiting OSU assistant professor in political science, will moderate the debate and OSU students will help facilitate the event. The debate also will be streamed live at I m looking forward to an opportunity to share my positive vision for Oklahoma with a statewide audience, said Fallin. My thanks go out to OSU, OETA and the League of Women Voters for organizing an event that will allow Oklahomans to compare and contrast their candidates for governor. It will be a spirited and fun event. Dorman said, I look We Have Moved! Come See Us At Our New Location! 2706 N. Broadway, next to Doc Stone forward to returning to Stillwater for the gubernatorial debate sponsored by OETA, OSU and the League of Women Voters. I appreciate every opportunity to visit my alma mater and I am very pleased for this to serve as the first debate on the issues and policies facing Oklahomans. I firmly believe in the importance of civic engagement and dialogue in the election process. This will serve as the perfect avenue for Oklahoma voters to learn the differences in the candidates through a civil, spirited discussion. I am grateful for the hard work and efforts by OSU, OETA and the League of Women Voters to make this happen. There is no charge to attend the debate, however seating is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis. No news organization on Earth or any other planet covers LeFlore County news better than we do.

4 PAGE 4... WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2014 Opinions POTEAU DAILY NEWS Military-style vehicle sends bad message Editorial excerpt from the Muskogee Phoenix, Aug. 24, 2014: There should be only one thing more important to Muskogee city councilors than the safety of our police officers and first-responders the safety of our citizens. But councilors should consider seriously all the consequences before agreeing to any budget request even a request that appears to improve the safety of our police officers. One such request by the Muskogee Police Department was withdrawn from the Muskogee Finance Committee agenda. The MPD was requesting the approval to buy a LENCO BearCat Armored SWAT Truck at the cost of nearly $250,000. Police Chief Rex Eskridge withdrew the request but told committee members he might bring the request before them at a future date. We hope councilors are ready to ask tough questions when/if the request is renewed. We have serious concerns about the purchase and eventual deployment of an armored vehicle of this nature. It is scary to think of the scenario when the MPD Special Operations Team would need to advance on a confrontation in a heavily armed vehicle. It is frightening to think that kind of military-style assault would be necessary in our city. It is scary to believe cities the size of Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, New Orleans and St. Louis would need this style vehicle. But gang warfare seems plausible in those cities. There was a debate right after the Arrowhead Mall shooting as to whether Muskogee actually had a gang problem. Some said we do not have a gang problem we have a family problem. Purchasing this vehicle would seem to indicate we have a problem a very dangerous problem. Muskogee leaders are critical when our city is portrayed as killing fields or that we are in the middle of a bloody summer. Those leaders are critical of this newspaper for the message that is sent by our reporting of Muskogee s deadly violence. They say that kind of reporting hurts our city s image and curtails economic development. But do we really want to send a signal that we live in a city where violence is so prevalent that the police department needs this type of vehicle? We owe it to any first responders to do everything we can to ensure their safe return to their families every day. Two hundred fifty thousand dollars is a small price to pay for their safety. The money is not the issue here. There must be a way to ensure the safety of our officers that does not convey the message that we are no better than major cities with gangs and drug cartels and nearly daily deadly violence. SERVING LEFLORE COUNTY Editorial LeFlore County s Newspaper Since 1895 The Poteau Daily News (USPS ) is published daily by Horizon Oklahoma Publishing Company Inc., Poteau, OK Periodical privileges paid at Poteau, OK. 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If your paper is damaged or missing , Ext month... $ months... $ month... $ months... $35.00 To Subscribe: Phone Out-of-County, Out-of-State 2013 BETTER NEWSPAPER CONTEST AWARD WINNER Presented by the OKLAHOMA PRESS ASSOCIATION 6 months... $ year... $ months... $ year... $ Up in the morning and out to school IEP season is heavily upon us, and while many may already be over, depending on your situation, there is always room to learn. One upcoming event can help with that. The Pervasive Parenting Center is hosting the Oklahoma Parents Center for an Individualized Education Program training. This will be held at Carl Albert State College in Sallisaw. It will be this Thursday at 6 p.m. This is free to anyone who wants to attend. I recommend this for all parents, educators, and professionals. There is information that can be used to help anyone working with children with disabilities. This is the third training the PPC has sponsored in this area, and there may not be another for a while, so I recommend that you make plans to catch this one. I ve been working with several parents lately, and one of the things I often tell them is that nothing scares a school more than an educated parent. That has nothing to do with degrees or diplomas. That just means that you have to know what you re talking about when you walk into the IEP meeting. Don t get me wrong, you want to A New Jersey attorney has a First Amendment right to post accurate quotations from judicial opinions about himself and his abilities, a federal appeals court has ruled. Newark-based attorney Andrew Dwyer posted several quotations from court opinions concerning applications for fees in employment-discrimination cases on his firm s website. For example, these two quotes from two judges appeared on Dwyer s site: Mr. Dwyer is, I think an exceptional lawyer, one of the most exceptional lawyers I ve had the pleasure of appearing before me. He is tenacious, professional in his presentation to the court, a bit too exuberant at times, certainly passionate about his position, but no one can fault his zeal and his loyalty to his client, and no one can question his intellect. The inescapable conclusion is that plaintiffs achieved a spectacular result when the file was in the hands of Mr. Dwyer Mr. Dwyer was a fierce, if sometimes not disinterested advocate for his clients, and through an offensive and defensive motion practice and through other discovery methods molded the case to the point where it could be successfully resolved. One judge whose comments were posted on Dwyer s website wrote a letter to him in April 2008, asking that the quote be removed because he did not want potential clients to view his quote as a blanket endorsement. Dwyer refused and somehow the matter reached the New Jersey Bar s Committee on Attorney Advertising, which began working on a rule to address situations like this. In May 2012, the New Jersey Supreme Court approved a guideline, which provided that an attorney may not include, on a website or other advertisement, a quotation or excerpt from a court decision (oral or written) about the attorney s abilities or legal services. The guideline did provide that an attorney could post the entire text of a judicial opinion. Pervasive Parenting Kodey Toney work with the schools and not against them, but you also have to know what your rights are as a parent. This training does that. Ginger Jaggers will present what you should ask for, goals, rights and suggestions for modifications; among other things. Even if you think you know a lot about IEPs I would attend. It seems that, even with all my training, I learn something new each time. You do not have to register. Just show up Thursday and be prepared to learn. If you have any questions contact me at pervasiveparentingce. Kodey Toney is a parent of a child with autism. him with questions or ideas at You also can find all columns archived at blogspot.com Attorney can quote judicial opinions in advertising Guest Column David L. Hudson The day before this guideline was to go into effect, Dwyer filed a First Amendment lawsuit in federal court, contending that it violated his First Amendment right to engage in truthful and nonmisleading commercial speech. In June 2013, a federal district judge ruled in favor of the New Jersey Committee on Attorney Advertising. The judge reasoned that the ban on quotes was reasonably related to the committee s interest in protecting consumers from misleading speech. A judicial quotation s potential to mislead a consumer is self-evident, the judge wrote. Without the surrounding context of a full opinion, judicial quotations relating to an attorney s abilities could easily be misconstrued as improper judicial endorsement of an attorney, thereby threatening the integrity of the judicial system. Dwyer appealed to the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. On Aug. 11 a three-judge panel of the 3rd Circuit ruled in favor of Dwyer in Dwyer v. Cappell and reversed the district court decision. The federal appellate panel reasoned that the guideline is not reasonably related to preventing consumer deception and is unduly burdensome. The Committee on Attorney Advertising had argued that an attorney could post the full text of judicial opinions, but the federal appeals court panel noted that providing the full opinion may add only greater confusion. The panel noted that under the interpretation of this guideline by the committee, an attorney could not even post a hyperlink to the full decision. Furthermore, the appeals court said that posting the entire text of judicial opinions would be so cumbersome that it effectively nullifies the advertisement. The 3rd Circuit panel decision recognized that attorneys have a right to advertise as long as they engage in truthful and nonmisleading speech. Accurately quoting a judicial opinion is not a form of false or misleading speech. David L. Hudson Jr. is an expert in First Amendment issues who writes for firstamendmentcenter.org and for other publications. Hudson teaches law and was a scholar at the First Amendment Center.

5 POTEAU DAILY NEWS Agriculture WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, PAGE 5 Choctaw fest Panama FFA Welcomes Oehlschlager includes ag workshops By Ken Milam PDN News Editor The Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival is known for fun and tradition, but offers educational opportunities as well. The tribe s Going Green program will offer several agriculture-related programs Saturday and Sunday. They incldue: 10-10:30 a.m. University of Oklahoma Climate Source: Climate Science in Your Backyard. See how long-term climate changes are affecting us. Hands-on activities will demonstrate impacts of changes in the atmosphere on water and food sources. 10:30-11 a.m. Water in the Choctaw Nation: Planning Conservation and Sustainability. 11:30-noon Blue Thumb Protecting Our Water Quality. Learn what a watershed is, how what we do to the land affects water quality and what is living in a stream near you. Children and adults welcome. 1-1:30 p.m. USDA, NRCS: Unlock the Secrets of the Soil. Natural Resources Conservation Service representatives will discusses the National Soil Health Initiative. Demonstrations will include a rainfall simulator to show the importance of soil health. 1:30-2 p.m. Recycling 101: How and What You Can Do at Home, Work or School. 2-2:30 p.m. Greener Living: Rain Barrel Water Conservation and Tire Recycling. Learn how to collect rainwater at home and how to recycle tires. 2:30-3 p.m. Composting at Home by Symbiotic Aquaponics. 3-3:30 p.m. Energy Conservation Tips. Moneysaving tips for home and work. The Panama FFA Chapter welcomes Ronnie Oehlschlager and family, center, to Panama. Oehlschlager will be an aide for the Panama FFA chapter this year. Wann named convention delegate Roger Wann of Poteau has been elected as a delegate to the 131th Annual American Angus Association Convention of Delegates Nov. 6 at the KCI Expo Center in Kansas City, Mo., according to Bryce Schumann, CEO of the American Angus Association. Wann, a member of the American Angus Association with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Mo., is one of 317 Angus breeders elected by fellow members in their state to serve as a representative at the annual meeting. Representing 42 states, District of Columbia and Canada, the delegates will participate in the business meeting and elect new officers and five directors to the American Angus Association board. The annual meeting will take place in conjunction with the 2014 Angus Means Business National Convention and Trade Show, Nov. 4-6, in Kansas City, Mo. The first-ever event is open to anyone in the cattle business and will feature high-profile keynote speakers; educational sessions, featuring thought leaders from every industry sector; Angus University, sponsored by Merck Animal Health; entertainment; evening galas; prize giveaways; and an expansive trade show. Visit to learn more. Community Garden Plans O YOU NEED ONEY FOR Terry Hall speaks at Patrick Lynch Public Library about the building of the Creator s Gift Community Garden in downtown Poteau. The organic garden will be located at 418 Dewey Ave. next to the former Buckley Library building. Volunteers and donations, both supplies and monetary, are welcome. Call Hall at (918) for more information. Howe FFA picks officers for Howe FFA recently selected officers for the school year. They are: President Ali Ford, Vice President Allison Beames, Reporter Shelby Spencer, Secretary Courtney Adkins, Treasurer Courtney Hall, Sentinel Chase Blake, Historian Emily Faulkenberry and Chaplin Lari Coker. Junior officers are Yazmin Castanon, Amanda Weaver, Jodi Tubby and Charlea McDaniel. DO YOU NEED MONEY FOR SCHOOL???? CHOOL???? PDN photo by Amanda Corbin YOU HAVE A DISABILITY?? OKING FOR A JOB??? E YOU IN COLLEGE??? Farmers can direct donations ST. 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6 PAGE 6... WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2014 Sports POTEAU DAILY NEWS Poteau girls split games with Savanna, Red Oak RED OAK The Poteau Lady Pirates split their two games in Monday's road three-way, beating Savanna 3-0 but losing 4-0 to host Red Oak. In Poteau's win over Savanna, the Lady Pirates (5-14) broke a scoreless tie with a three-run fourth inning. Michayla Hambrick (3-12) got the win, striking out four batters in a seven-inning, complete-game victory. Bayli Soriano was 4-for-4 with a run scored for Poteau. In the loss to Red Oak, the Lady Eagles scored once in the first inning, twice in the third and once in the fifth. Karsyn Brigance was 3-for-3 with a double and two runs scored for Red Oak. In defeat, Maci McMillin was 2-for-3, while Soriano, Lexie Wooten, Maddison Williamson, Taylor Nixon and Masey Brannon were all 1-for-3 for Poteau. Hambrick took the loss, despite fanning six batters in six innings. Howe 5, Cameron 2; Howe 7, Keota 2; Cameron 11, Keota 10: Monday in Howe, the local Lady Lions (7-5) went undefeated in their own three-way, while the Lady Yellowjackets (3-7) split their games. In Howe's win over Cameron, the Lady Lions three runs in the first inning for a 3-0 lead. The Lady Jackets scored twice in the third inning, highlighted by Destiny Dunigan's solo home run, to cut the deficit to 3-2. Monday's/ Late Friday's High School Softball Roundup However, Howe responded with two runs in its half of the inning to preserve the win. For the game, Jentry Brown was 1-for-3 with a double and a run scored, Lauren Ford was 1-for-3 with a run scored, Braden Dorsey and Tori Johnson each were 1-for-2 with a run scored and Taya Kellogg was 1-for-2 with a double. Morgan Hillebrand got the win, pitching a four-hitter. In defeat, Dunigan was 1-for- 2 with a homer, Danielle Hamner was 1-for-3 and Keely Hambrick and Amber Bailey each were 1-for- 2 for Cameron. Dakotha Battice took the loss, despite striking out five batters in four innings. In Howe's win over Keota, Howe scored twice in the first inning and four runs in the second inning for a 6-0 lead to take charge of this battle of Lady Lions. For the game, Brown was 2-for-2 with a triple and three runs scored, Ford was 2-for-3, Kellogg and Jazmine Lopez each were 2-for-2 with a run scored, Dorsey was 1-for-3 with a double and Kerstein Hall was 1-for-2 with a triple and a run scored. Hillebrand got the win. In Cameron's win over Keota, the Lady Yellowjackets, down 8-4 in the fourth inning, erupted for five runs in the fourth to take a 9-8 lead. After Keota regained the lead at 10-9 in the fifth inning, Cameron used a two-out rally to score twice in the fifth to get the comefrom-behind victory. For the game, Bailey was 4-for- 4 with a double and three runs scored, Hamner was 2-for-4 with a run scored, Dacey Cloud was 2-for-3 with three runs scored, Hambrick was 1-for-3 with a run scored, Battice was 1-for-2 with a run scored and Dunigan was 1-for- 1 with a run scored for Cameron. Battice for the win, fanning four batters. Whitesboro 5, Arkoma 2; Quinton 4, Whitesboro 1: Monday in Quinton, the Lady Bulldogs (4-7) split their games in Monday's three-way. In Whitesboro's win over Arkoma, the Lady Bulldogs, trailing 2-1 after three innings, scored four runs in the seventh inning to get the comeback victory. For the game, Abigail Phillips was 2-for-2 with a run batted in and a run scored, Lexey Branscum was 1-for-4 with two RBIs, Bailee McConnell was 1-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored, Breanna Gibson was 1-for-4, Lauren Harper was 1-for-3 with a run scored, Molly Young had an RBI and Mariah Frederick and Emily Wall each scored a run for Whitesboro. Branscum (4-4) got the win, throwing a four-hitter with three strikeouts. In defeat, Shaylea Whisenhunt, Jessica Pryor, Tiera Brumfield and Hope Wilburn all singled. Brumfield and Wilburn each scored a run. Baylee White took the loss. In Whitesboro's loss to Quinton, the Lady Savages broke a scoreless tie with a single run in the fourth and three runs in the sixth inning. The Lady Bulldogs scored once in the seventh, and were primed for more but they ended the game with the bases loaded. In defeat, Gibson was 2-for-2, Young was 1-for-3 with an RBI, Frederick was 1-for-4 and Phillips scored the Whitesboro run. Branscum took the loss, depite fanning three batters in six innings. Nothing was reported on Arkoma's game with Keota by press time. Leflore 13, Clayton 1: Monday in Clayton, the Lady Savages (11-3) jumped to a 4-1 lead after an inning and never looked back. For the game, Kaylee Roath was 3-for-3 with four runs batted in, Ayme Warren was 3-for-3 with three RBIs, Nicole Dobbs was 3-for-3 and Kacyn Morris was 2-for-3 for Leflore. Roath (10-3) got the win, tossing a two-hitter with four strikeouts in four innings. Spiro 5, Roland 0: Monday in Roland, the Lady Bulldogs (10-2) got a 12-strikeout, four-hitter from freshman pitcher Hannah Gilliam (10-2). Megan Shaw, Bailey Cox, Aubryelle Sebo and Sam Gillion all had hits for Spiro. Sallisaw 4, Heavener 3: Monday in Sallisaw, the Lady Black Diamonds, trailing 3-1 after four innings, scored two runs in the fifth inning and once in the sixth to get the come-from-behind victory. In defeat, Jodie Hill was 2-for- 3 with a triple and a run scored for the Lady Wolves (10-5). McKenzie Wilson (9-5) took the loss. Leflore 10, Indianola 5; Leflore 15, Kinta 6: Friday in Leflore, the Lady Savages swept their games in their home threeway. In the win over Indianola, the Lady Savages jumped out to a 4-1 lead after an inning and never relinquished the advantage. For the game, Ayme Warren and Emily Sinclair were each 3-for-3 with three runs batted in. Kaylee Roath got the win, fanning six batters in seven innings. In the victory over Kinta, the Lady Savages jumped out to a 7-0 lead after an inning. For the game, Madison Vaden was 3-for-3 with two RBIs, Shaelyn Green and Kacyn Morris each were 2-for-2 and Warren was 2-for-2 with three RBIs. Warren (1-0) got her first win of the season in her first start, fanning four batters in four innings. Editor's note: Nothing was reported on Talihina's game with Hartshorne or Wister's game with McCurtain by press time. The Poteau Daily News is your best source for local sports coverage in LeFlore County Cameron boys handle Whitesboro; Howe rallies past Leflore Savages Monday's High School Baseball Roundup WHITESBORO Cameron pitcher Trey Sebo threw a three-hitter with six strikeouts as the Yellowjackets blanked the Whitesboro Bulldogs 12-0 Monday afternoon. Nothing was reported on Whitesboro's game with Smithville by press time. In Cameron's win, Sebo (1-0), getting his first win of the season, got all the run support he needed as his team got five runs in the first inning. For the game, Blaise Lomon was 2-for- 4 with a double, three runs batted in and two runs scored, Samuel Humphries was 2-for-3 with a double, a triple, two runs scored and an RBI, Sebo was 1-for-3 with a double and two runs scored, Dillon Jackson was 1-for-3 with a double, two runs scored and an RBI and Anthony Wilson was 1-for- 2 with a double for Cameron. In defeat, Bronco Harjo and Avery Mc- Carley doubled, while Sawyer Adams singled for the Dogs (2-8 or 3-7). Dakota Farris (0-2) took the loss. Howe 6, Leflore 5: In Howe, the Lions (2-5) broke a 5-all tie with a run in the seventh inning. They tied the game at 5 in the sixth. For the game, Linn Terry was 2-for-4 with two doubles and three runs batted in. Chase Blake got the win, striking out 12 batters in seven innings and scattering four hits. In defeat, Cody Crase was 2-for-3 with a double, three RBIs and a run scored for the Savages (4-5). Jaden Wolfe (0-2) took the loss in relief. Wister 17, McCurtain 0; Wister 14, McCurtain 0: In McCurtain, the Cats (6-2) clawed the Dogs twice. In the opener, the Wildcats broke open the game with a 13-run opening inning. Kolton Lynn (3-0) got the win, as he and Jesse Hammons combined on a no-hitter. Lynn struck out three in an inning, while Hammons fanned two in two innings. For the game, Hammons was 1-for-3 with three runs scored, Koby Midgley was 1-for-3 with two runs scored, Jake Sconyers was 1-for-2 with a double and three runs scored, Adrian Gonzales was 1-for-2 with a double and two runs scored and Wesley Wisdom was 1-for-3 with a double and two runs scored for Wister. In the nightcap, Beto Johnson (1-0) pitched a no-hitter with two strikeouts. The Wildcats jumped out to a 5-0 lead after an inning. For the game, Hammons was 2-for-2 with a double and a run scored, Scotty Gibson was 2-for-3 with a run scored, Gonzales was 1-for-2 with a double and two runs scored and Wisdom was 1-for-3 with a home run and two runs scored for Wister. Howe girls split four games at last weekend's Robbers Cave Shootout; Cameron girls go 1-2 WILBURTON The Howe Lady Lions softball team went 2-2 in its four games last weekend in the Robbers Cave Shootout. The Lady Lions beat Cameron 4-1 and Keota 7-6, but lost 12-2 to host Wilburton and 3-1 to Wetumka. The Lady Yellowjackets went 1-2 in the event. After losing to Howe, the Lady Jackets split two games with Wetumka, winning 6-4 but losing 5-1. In Howe's win over Cameron, the Lady Lions (5-5) broke a scoreless tie with a four-run fourth inning. The Lady Yellowjackets (2-6) got their only run in the fifth inning. For the game, Lauren Ford, Braden Dorsey and Kerstein Hall were each 1-for-2 with a double and a run scored, while Tori Johnson was 1-for-2 with a double for Howe. Morgan Hillebrand (4-4) pitched a four-hitter to get the win for Howe, with three strikeouts. Keely Hambrick, Amber Bailey, Destiny Dunigan and Dallas Hadley each had singles for Cameron. Dakotha Battice (2-6) took the loss. In Howe's victory over Keota, Howe took control early in a battle of Lady Lions scoring six runs in the first inning. For the game, Dorsey was 3-for-3 with a double and a run scored, Hall and Jentry Brown each were 2-for-3 with a double and a run scored, Johnson was (See SHOOTOUT, page 7)

7 Sports Briefs Tickets still remain for the Poteau Pirates football season opener in the Hooten s Kickoff Classic against Alma, Ark., at Fort Smith [Ark.] Northside High School at 7:45 p.m. Sept. 4. The game time was changed on Friday from being the first game of the doubleheader to the last game. Tickets for adults and students cost $7 per person, while pre-schoolers will be admitted for free. For those wishing to purchase tickets, call Poteau coach Greg Werner at (918) or come by the high school or football fieldhouse. The 2014 Poteau Fall Softball League and 2014 Poteau Fall Baseball League are ready to register teams for the upcoming season. In softball the age groups will be ages 12-, 10- and 8-and-younger. The entry fee for the 12-and-younger division is $300 per team, while the entry fee for the other two divisions is $250 per team. In baseball the age group will be peewees and midget divisions. The entry fee is $300 per team. Each league will have a 12-game schedule. For additional information, call Billy Bond at (918) There will be a fall coachpitch baseball league at Heavener's Blues Park that will play games on Sundays during September. For additional information, call Bobby Pickle at (918) The 32nd annual Carl Albert State College Coaches Golf Classic will begin at 10 a.m. Sept. 12 at Wolf Ridge Country Club. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. Sept. 12. The entry fee is $50 per player, which includes green fees and golf carts as well as one mulligan per side per person. To register or for additional information, call the CASC Office for Student Affairs at (918) There will be two softball tournaments taking place this fall at the Poteau Area Recreational Complex, one Sept. 13 and the other on Oct. 6. Each tournament will feature three age divisions of teams ages 14-, 12and 10-and-younger and will all follow USSSA rules. Each tournament will have a four-game guarantee. For additional information, call Dale Lowrimore at (918) or go online to The Howe Lady Lions basketball team is going to have a pair of alumni basketball games tentatively scheduled for Oct. 25 at the Howe Gym. The game times will be determined later, but the games will likely be afternoon and/or night contests. One game will be for those past players who played during the 6-on-6 era, while the second game will be the more modern 5-on-5 style. Each game will be alumni vs. alumni. The cost will be $10 per player. All proceeds will benefit the Lady Lions' basketball program For additional information, call Chris Brown at (918) or go to the Howe Lady Lions Basketball Page on Facebook. The Poteau Youth Wrestling Club is having a drawing for a Ruger 243 rifle on Nov. 8. Tickets cost $5 each or a block of five for $20. All proceeds will help fund the organization s attempt to bring Mike Krause to town for a wrestling camp, but a total of at least 600 tickets must be purchased in order to make it possible for Krause to come. For additional information, go to the oranization s Facebook page. Holliday s hit lifts Cardinals over Pirates PITTSBURGH (AP) Jon Jay already had a bat in hand before St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny even called his name. A minute later the veteran outfielder was standing on second base after his pinch hit tied the game. Jay didn t stay there long, racing home with the go-ahead run on Matt Holliday s sharp single in a 3-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday night. He just sensed, Matheny said of Jay s precocious grab of the bat. We hadn t had any interaction at that point. He s smart, he knows the game. And the Cardinals know a thing or two about coming through late. St. Louis scored all three runs off re- liever Jared Hughes (6-4) with two outs in the seventh inning to back John Lackey and send the scuffling Pirates to their seventh loss in 10 games. Lackey (2-1) worked out of trouble early to last seven innings in his second victory for the Cardinals after arriving in a trade from Boston on July 31. He was 11-7 with the Red Sox. Trevor Rosenthal gave up a leadoff home run in the ninth to Andrew McCutchen but held on to earn his 39th save. Pedro Alvarez hit his 18th homer in the second off Lackey, but the Pirates managed little after that to fall further behind St. Louis and first-place Milwaukee in the NL Central race. Sports Heavener girls beat Anadarko, Comanche in Hall of Fame Shootout on Friday Spiro girls beat Prague, Lexington, Velma-Alma; Pocola girls defeat Lexington but suffer losses to Okemah, Wayne xä Ê- Ê V i >]Ê* Ìi>ÕÊU È{Ç {xóxêuê nnn xèç ÈÈÎÓ Become a fan on FACEBOOK/kiamichitechcenters-poteau WE ACCEPT MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, VISA AND AMERICAN EXPRESS The Lady Wolves scored once in the first, five runs in the second and four runs in the third. For the game, Makayla Wilson was 2-for-3 with two doubles, Makenzie Wilson was 2-for-2 with two doubles, two RBIs and two runs scored and Hill was 1-for-3 with a double, three runs scored and an RBI, two RBIs and a run scored. In Spiro s win over Prague, the Lady Bulldogs (9-2) scored single runs in the third, fourth and sixth innings. For the game, Bailey Cox was 2-for-4 for Spiro. Hannah Gilliam (92) got the victory. In Spiro s victory over Lexington, a three-run sixth inning broke a 1-all tie. For the game, Gilliam was 2-for-4 with an RBI for Spiro. She also got the win. In Spiro s win over Velma-Alma, the Lady Bulldogs threw out the game-tying run trying to score to end the game. Spiro scored single runs in the first and fifth innings and twice in the sixth. For the game, Cox, Morgan Shaw and Sam Gillion were each 2-for-4. Gilliam got the win, In Pocola s win over Lexington, SHAWNEE The Heavener Lady Wolves spent their off day Friday from the two-day Oktaha Tournament playing in the Hall of Fame Shootout, which took place at the Ballfields at Firelake, and won both their games. The Lady Wolves beat Anadarko 12-3 and Comanche The Spiro Lady Bulldogs went 3-0 in the event, defeating Prague 3-0 on Friday, and Lexington 4-1 and VelmaAlma 4-3 on Saturday. The Pocola Lady Indians went 1-2 in the event, beating Lexington 10-3 on Saturday, but losing to Okemah 4-1 on Friday and Wayne 6-0 on Saturday. In Heavener s win over Anadarko, the Lady Wolves (9-3), leading 1-0 after an inning, erupted for five runs in the fourth inning for a 6-0 lead. For the game, Jodie Hill was 3-for5 with three runs scored and two runs batted in, Lily Friedl was 2-for-5 with an RBI, Emily Yandell was 2-for-4 with three runs scored, Lakotah Vickers was 1-for-3 with a double and Makenzie Wilson was 1-for-4 with a double and an RBI for Heavener. Makenzie Wilson (8-3) got the win, striking out nine batters. In Heavener s victory over Comanche, Makenzie Wilson no-hit the Lady Indians, fanning four batters. the Lady Indians (4-4) scored once in the first inning, four in the third and a run in the fifth for a 6-0 lead. For the game, Morgan Francis was 3-for-3 with a double, two RBIs and two runs scored, Brooklyn Morton was 2-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI, Madison Hudkins was 2-for4 with a double and a run scored and Desi Carter was 1-for-4 with a double and a run scored for Pocola. Sarah Eddins (4-4) got the win, striking out two and scattering four hits in seven innings. In Pocola s loss to Okemah, the Lady Panthers, down 1-0 in the first inning, responded with a three-run opening inning and a single run in the second for a 4-1 lead after two innings. In defeat, Sammie Kuhns was 1-for-3 and Sarah Eddins was 1-for-2 with a double for Pocola. Eddins took the loss, despite fanning seven batters in seven innings. In Pocola s loss to Wayne, the Lady Indians were four-hit by Wayne pitching. The Lady Bulldogs scored three runs in the third inning, one in the fifth and two in the seventh. In defeat, Carter, Morton, Francis and Eddins all singled for Pocola. Eddins took the loss. Heavener, Panama girls split games on final day of Oktaha Tournament with Sallilsaw-Central, Vian OKTAHA Both the Heavener Lady Wolves and the Panama Lady Razorbacks split their final two games Saturday in the Oktaha Tournament, both beating and losing to the same teams. Both locals teams beat Sallisaw-Central, Heavener shutting out the Lady Tigers 10-0 while Panama beating them 8-2. However, both the Lady Wolves and the Lady Backs fell to Vian. The Lady Wolverines beat Heavener 2-0 and Panama 8-3. In Heavener s win over Sallisaw-Central, the Lady Wolves (10-4) scored once in the second inning, four runs in the third inning and five runs in the fourth inning. Heavener freshman Makenzie Wilson (9-4) got the win, striking out four batters in three innings and throwing a two-hitter. For the game, Jodie Hill was 3-for-3 with two runs scored, Emily Yandell was 2-for-2 with a double, three runs batted in and Jacee Manley was 1-for-3 with a dou- ble, two runs scored and an RBI. In Heavener s loss to Vian, the Lady Wolves were nohit. Wilson took the loss as she allowed single runs in the fifth and sixth innings, despite fanning four batters. In Panama s victory over Sallisaw-Central, a pair of three-run innings in the first and third frames put the Lady Razorbacks (8-4) ahead 6-0. For the game, Jami West was 3-for-3 with two RBIs and a run scored, while Hannah Goines tripled with an RBI and scored twice. McKenzie Harper (2-1) got the win, scattering five hits in four innings. Goines got her second save of the season, pitching the final three innings with two Ks and allowing a hit. In Panama s loss to Vian, the Lady Wolverines rallied from a 3-0 first-inning deficit by tying the game at 3 in the third inning, then scoring twice in the fourth inning and three runs in the sixth inning. In defeat, Kendra Swindle was 2-for-4 with a run scored, while West was 1-for-3 with a triple and an RBI. Goines (5-2) took the loss. SHOOTOUT 2-for-3 with a run scored and Charlea McDaniel was 1-for-2 with a solo home run in the third inning. Hillebrand got the win. In Howe's loss to Wilburton, the Lady Diggers erupted for six runs in the opening inning. In defeat, Ford was 1-for2 with a triple for Howe. Hillebrand took the loss. In the loss to Wetumka, the Lady Chieftains broke a scoreless tie with a threerun second inning. The Lady Lions scored their lone run on Hall's RBI triple in the fifth inning, scoring Ford. For the game, Ford was 2-for-3 with a run scored, Dorsey was 2-for-3 and Hall was 1-for-3 with an RBI triple for Howe. Hillebrand took the loss. Battice got both deci- sions against Wetumka for Cameron. Nothing more was reported on the games. Editor's note: Arkoma was scheduled to be in the event, but no results from any of their games in the Shootout were reported by press time. LOANS UP TO 1,400* $ *Subject to our liberal lending policies. BREAK THROUGH to Your Potential INCREASE YOUR EARNING POWER! KTC, Poteau Campus is offering a series of short- term night classes during the school year! 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9 Classifieds POTEAU DAILY NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, We Accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discovery cards. All sales are final (No Refunds) Deadline of publication is three business days prior to date intended for publication before noon. YARD SALES EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT TRUCKS/SUVS COOKS TRADING POST Before You Have your Moving Sale or Estate Sale call We Buy Furniture Tools, Mowers, Appliances and Unique items. Vender!s Welcome Tuesday-Saturday 9:00. -6:00 PETS AKC REGISTERED German Shepherds for sale to a good home. Only 2 available. Call or MISCELLANEOUS DENNIE SNOW Restaurant Equipment Midland Fort Smith, Ark Fax: WE Buy, Sell and Trade Public Welcome FARM/LIVESTOCK 1953 FORD 8 N TRACTOR, new tires, new paint job. Change to 12 volts. Runs great, new 5 foot brush hog, 5 foot box blade. $4000. For more info for to see tractor. Call SERVICES WHOS YOUR GRAN DADDY? I will research your family history. Very reasonable rates Is it time to change to a job that you will really love??!! Our Family Oriented Home Health Agency is seeking caring dedicated RN s in the Poteau area and RNs willing to travel the State of Oklahoma. Full Time salaried employees enjoy the following benefits: Exceptional Orientation/Mentor Program Productivity Incentive Program Company Car Provided Health, Dental & Life Insurance AFLAC Policies Flexible Scheduling Up to 18 Vacation Days Per Year A Friendly and Compassionate Work Environment EOE Accepting Applications Management UNCONTESTED DIVORCE for Couples with Minor Children. All the paper work you need for $100. For Information Call Are you looking for a job with good pay and flexible hours? Enjoy working with people? Our Home Care Agency is seeking Providers (PCAs) in Bokoshe, Pocola and Summerfield. No clincial license or training required EOE POCOLA HEALTH AND REHAB Is looking for qualified staff: RN FT Weekend Option 40 Hours Available LPN 3-11 Mon-Fri Must be available to work Mid-Days and Nights Apply in person: 3110 N. Broadway, Poteau Monday - Friday 9 to 11 am & 2 to 4 pm Ask for Emily Country Style Health Care, Inc. IV Ready for a Career Change? Are you working late hours only to receive a disappointing paycheck? Would you rather work weekday hours for a family oriented Home Health Agency? Our Home health Agency is seeking caring, dedicated RNs and LPNs in Poteau. MOBILE HOME Transporting. Moving, set-up, tie downs. Licensed in Oklahoma & Arkansas. Great Service, Great Price Country Style Health Care, Inc. IV Nurses must have at least 1 year of nursing experience or a Bachelors degree. We offer competitive pay, and excellent working environment and a great benefit package EOE CNA s 3-11 CMA 3-11 Mon-Fri Apply in person at Pocola Health and Rehab 200 Home Street Pocola, OK TRANSLATOR/PA RAPROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: Associates Degree or passed or willing to take the ParaPro exam Fluently capable of speaking and writing both English and Spanish. Send Resume and Application to: Poteau Public Schools Attn: Brenda Carpenter 100 Mockingbird Lane Poteau, OK TEMPORARY CLERICAL position not to exceed March 31, 2015 at the LeFlore County USDA-FSA Office.! Apply at Poteau Workforce Center, 106 Rogers Avenue, Poteau, OK!74953 by August 29.! USDA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RECREATIONAL Image Healthcare is looking for positive people. We define a positive individual as one who will acknowledge and persevere through adversity. They do not allow their circumstances to dictate their attitude. They are pleasant and easy to be around. If you possess these character traits and enjoy working with others who embrace them, please apply online at imagehealthcare.com. We are currently accepting applications for a full time and a part time LPN/RN. If you are unfriendly, critical, and you prefer to grumble and complain then please do not apply. RECREATIONAL PRO-TEAM 175 TW Bass Tracker Boat, used 9 times, has trolling motor, garage kept, fully loaded, lots of extras, show room condition, Bass tracker trailer drive on. Selling due Health issues. $12, Ft. Smith 2005 HARLEY Davidson, Ultra Classic, 8400 miles, Blue and Silver with some extras, Perfect condition, Serviced at 8000 at the Harley Shop. Asking 11, Call R72 RANGER Boat. 115 Johnson Motor. New tires, new battery. Garage kept, 1 owner R72 RANGER Boat. 115 Johnson Motor. New tires, new battery. Garage kept, 1 owner ! fiberglass trihull boat. 70hp Evinrude, and foot controlled motor. Live well, bait well and good trailer. Very good deck, carpet and seats. $ call or CAMPERS/ TRAILERS CA$H FOR CARS/TRUCKS: Get A Top Dollar INSTANT Offer! Running or Not. Damaged? Wrecked? OK! We Pay Up To $20,000! Call Toll Free: CHEVROLET c/10 truck, new 307 motor, 3 speed transmission, runs good $8,500. negotiable call afternoons 1998 DODGE RAM 318, 165K MILES, LADDER RACK, GOOD FARM /WORKTRUCK $1, WHEELCHAIR VAN, 2005 Dodge Caravan. Rear entry and dropped floor, 117K, Good condition. $10,500. Call or MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT COUNTRY LIVING 2BR Double wide One year lease with first and last month plus deposit $ a month Handicapped Accessible, double carport, Stove and Refrigerator, Total electric, water Pd. Call TWO OR THREE bedroom mobile homes for rent. RV spaces available also. Trash and sewer paid. NO PETS or HOMES FOR RENT AFFORDABLE HOUSING Rent based on income. Central Heat/Air Washer/Dryer hookups. Panama, LeFlore Cowlington, Muse and Whitesboro Call Kiamichi Housing Authority MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE DON S MOBILE HOMES NEW ARRIVALS GREAT NEW FLOORPLANS 28X80, 4-BEDROOM, 2-BATH, TWO LIVING AREAS W/OPEN FLOOR PLAN. HUGE PANTRY, FIREPLACE, SLIDING GLASS DOOR, APPLIANCE PACKAGE, LARGE ISLAND IN KITCHEN AND DESK... $76, X80 SI PAD, OPEN FLOOR PLAN, LOTS OF CABINETS, FARM SINK, ROUGH CEDAR TRIM AND THERMAL WINDOWS... $39, (800) donsmobilehomes. com REAL ESTATE J.L. Ford Investments We Buy & Sell FOR SALE OR TRADE Calhoun Area 14 Acres on good road just off of Calhoun road, electric and rural water available, good building site with good views high and dry, $2500 down Payments of $225 month at 8% 210 Georgia Place in Poteau, large 4 bedroom 2 bath home in excellent location in North Poteau, $97,500 Owner will trade or help get financing. 911 Burkle in Poteau, West of bypass. Nice brick home with large lot in private setting; will be available in September. Owner financing with 10% down APARTMENTS 1, 2 & 3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS FOR RENT HUD & Choctaw approved. Poteau Valley Apartments HUD AND CHOCTAW APPROVED UPDATED! 2BR 1ba apartment $435 a month Washer and Dryer hoockups 200 Folsum NOW LEASING 1-2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS Water and Trash PAID. HEATHER RIVIERA GEORGIA PLACE and SADDLER ST. Contact Heather Investments APARTMENT FOR Rent. 1BR, $335/month and $200/deposit NO PETS, HOMES FOR SALE FULLY BRICK EXTERIOR, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, playroom, all new paint inside and out, all new carpet throughout, good storm cellar, chain link fence. $62,500 Call or FOR SALE BY OWNER 580C CASE Backhoe; 1981 Ford F WD/4Speed, 200 Potiac Grand-Am GT, ALSO 1968 GMC PICKUP FOR S A L E By Owner, 200 John Drive, Poteau, 3BR, 2BA, w/storage building, new heat pump, stainless steel appliances. Completely remolded and only two blocks from grade school. NO Owner Financing. $72, LEGALS U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR CITIGROUP MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2007-WFHE2, AS PAGE 9 SET-BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2007-WFHE2, Plaintiff, v. HURSCHEL BILLINGS; SPOUSE, IF ANY, OF HURSCHEL BILLINGS; ROBERTA BILLINGS; SPOUSE, IF ANY, OF ROBERTA BILLINGS; JOHN DOE, OCCUPANT; EQUABLE ASCENT FINANCIAL, LLC, ASSIGNEE OF GE CAPITAL CORP. (WAMU); AND DISCOVER BANK Defendant(s). Case No. CJ NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE IS GIVEN to Hurschel Billings; Spouse, if any, of LEGALS Hurschel Billings; Roberta Billings; Spouse, if any, of Roberta Billings; John Doe, Occupant; Equable Ascent Financial, LLC, Assignee of GE Capital Corp. (WAMU); Discover Bank that on September 23, 2014, at 10:00 o'clock, a.m., at lobby of the County Courthouse in Poteau, LeFlore the Sheriff of said County will offer for sale and sell for cash at public auction to the highest and best bidder, without appraisement, all that certain real estate in Oklahoma, to wit: THE WEST HALF OF LOT 4 IN BLOCK 118 IN THE SECOND ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF HEAVENER, LEFLORE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 301 E. Avenue A, Heavener, OK Subject to taxes and tax sales, said property being duly appraised at $22, Sale will be made pursuant to an Order of Sale issued upon a judgment entered in the District Court of Oklahoma, in Case No. CJ , wherein U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee for Citigroup Mortgage Loan Trust 2007-WFHE2, Asset-Backed Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2007-WFHE2 is Plaintiff and Hurschel Billings and Roberta Billings is/are Defendant(s) to satisfy said judgment in the sum of $27, together with interest at 10.25% per annum from August 1, 2013, including late charges, $1, for attorney's fee, $ advances for title search, taxes, insurance, property preservation and all costs of this action accrued and accruing. WITNESS MY HAND this 14th day of August, BY: Sheriff s/by: Heather Ford Undersheriff/Deputy SHAPIRO & CEJDA, LLC 770 NE 63rd St (405) Attorneys for Plaintiff File No August 20, 27, 2014 (26049) LPXLP U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSFOR RENT in PoTEE FOR CITI2010 LORADO teau, 3 bedroom, 2 EMPLOYMENT GROUP MORT26.5 foot 5th wheel bath, 1 car garage, GAGE LOAN camper trailer. 1 ARBUCKLE fenced yard, patio. TRUST owner. rear living TRUCK Driving Near Poteau High 2007-WFHE2, ASarea with super School, Inc. Laid School. Shown by SET-BACKED slide, electric jacks, Off? Low income? appointment. NO PASS-THROUGH electric awning, exno cost grants. Job PETS. CERTIFICATES, tenda bumper, ready in 4 weeks. $650/month SERIES separate shower VA Benefits. Tribal $650/deposit 2007-WFHE2, area, queen bed, 2 assistance. Job Call Joe Plaintiff, rocker/chairs. ExPlacement. Week CABIN O 5 acres, v. cellent condition, end classes availview, access to MOTORCYCLE HURSCHEL BILLstill looks & smells able Wister Lake; 14 FOR Sale: Honda INGS; SPOUSE, IF MOBILE HOMES new, only used 6 acres in Talihina, 4 VTX 1300R Retro ANY, OF HURtimes. Need to sell Power poles, Rock FOR SALE Stock Honda, windschel BILLINGS; Creek, out of city shield, Stock Honda due to health reameadowbrook ROBERTA BILLSPECIAL GOV!T sons. $21,500. For limits; 140 acres off Bag Supports/Bags ICF#1 is accepting INGS; SPOUSE, IF Programs Lenders grid, hunt, creeks, more info, or to see Mileage 10,500, applications for the ANY, OF ROBoffering zero down springs. Call Valerie this beauty call New tires, $ hour per week RN ERTA BILLINGS; with land and less Consultant position. JOHN DOE, OCALIAS than perfect credit For mor informacupant; EQUANOTICE OF SHERprograms. New and MUST SELL H A R L E Y tion, call Tibby at BLE ASCENT FIIFF'S SALE Travel Trailer, LR Repo homes Sportster NANCIAL, LLC, AS- CJ M L S # available. $1000 slide out, bedroom 2,500 miles. Asking SIGNEE OF GE Notice is given that furniture allowance Zero N. SADDLER 8,500. C a l l slide out, microbreakfast & Lunch Shifts $ CAPITAL CORP. on the 23 day of ST POTEAU wave, w/d, sleeps with new home (WAMU); AND DISSeptember, 2014, POTEAU SONIC $10,000 Town & p u r c h a s e W A C 6, like new, no reacashiers or Cooks COVER BANK at 10:00 a.m., at now hiring for all 2005 HARLEY Country Realty sonable offer redefendant(s). the Front door of positions.! ApplicaDavidson, Ultra S. McKenna Pofused. $19000 Apply in person: Case N o. the County Courttions available at Classic, 8400 miles, teau, OK (918) CJ house, in the City of Pocola sonic. ExCLEAN, QUIET 2 Cell: 3110 N. Broadway, Poteau Blue and Silver with NOTICE OF SHERPoteau, LeFlore cepting application some extras, PerBdrm/1 bath, stove, OfTRUCKS/SUVS Monday - Friday IFF'S SALE at the Poteau sonic fect condition, Servrefrigerator, washer fice: notice IS GIVEN the Sheriff of said on certain days.! iced at 8000 at the 2010 RS SS CAdryer hookups,.no 8204Fax: 9 to 11 am & 2 to 4 pm to Hurschel Billings; County will offer for Days and times will Harley Shop. AskMARO yellow & PETS ESpouse, if any, of sale and sell, with be posted on the ing 11, Call black $22,000 OBO or mail: donjohnstonask for Emily Hurschel Billings; appraisement, for marquee Roberta Billings; cash, at public aucspouse, if any, of tion, to the highest GENERAL INFORMATION: YARD SALE RAIN INSURANCE: $3.00 ADJUSTMENTS: GUARANTEED $80:bidder, all Roberta Billings; SALE and -best John Doe, Occuthat certain real esup TO ONE (1) YEAR The Daily News reserves the right to reject, revise, edit If your yard sale is rained out, (must rain, not sprinkle, off Please check your ad for accuracy the first day it appears. pant; OF Equable Astate in LeFlore THE PDN/SHOPPER GUIDE & properly classify all advertising submitted for publica- and on until noon) we will rerun your ad whenever you After which time a refund or reprint is limited to one cent Financial, LLC, Livestock, County, Oklahoma, No Real Estate, Hay, Services, Horses or Pets. tion. We will not knowingly accept advertising which choose (per our ad guidelines). Must call next business insertion only. Canceling ads placed at discounted rates Assignee of GE to-wit: 20 word. max. Additional words 34 per word. Capital C o r p. That part of Lot 9, discriminates because of race, color, religion, national day after rained out sale. Insurance expires 30 days after revert to standard prices, therefore a refund may not (WAMU); Discover Block 199 in the origin or sex. date of purchase on ad. apply. Omitted ads are eligible for refund of amount paid Bank that on SepCity of Poteau, ONLY or appearing in alternate issue. tember 23, 2014, at more particularly 10:00 o'clock, a.m., described as folat lobby of the lows: Beginning at County Courthouse the Northeasterly in Poteau, LeFlore Corner of Lot 6, Block 199, same the Sheriff of said being formed by the Seniors Wanted BOAT: 14! Quachita Alum motorguide stealth 30 LB foot controlled trolling motor Eagle ultra fish finder Perm/portable 2 transducers bottom and sidescan, 7.5 Evenrude motor, Heavy duty trailer w/tilt, New tires, Wheels, spare, James Ford We Buy & Sell

10 CJ County Courthouse, Oklahoma in Case to await the further FOR BIDS Notice is given that in the City of Poteau, subject to unpaid No. CJ en- order of the Court. (BID NOTICE) on the 23 day of LeFlore taxes, advancetitled The Commu- WITNESS my hand Sealed bids will be September, 2014, ments by Plaintiff nity State Bank vs. this 15th day of received by the Division at 10:00 a.m., at the Sheriff of said for taxes, insurance Fay V. Sockey, et August, of Capital As- the Front door of County will offer for premiums, and expenses al., to satisfy a judg- SHERIFF OF sets Management, the County Courthouse, sale and sell, with necessary ment and lien in the LEFLORE Construction and in the City of appraisement, for for the preservation amount of COUNTY, OKLA- Properties Depart- Poteau, LeFlore cash, at public auction, to the AUGUST highest erty, 27, 2014 if any, said of the subject prop- $19, principal BY: Kendall Morgan Will Rogers Build- HOMA ment (DCAM/CAP), County, PAGE 10 Oklahoma,... WEDNESDAY, the Sheriff of said and best bidder, all Classifieds property having interest to May 5, Deputy ing, 2401 Lincoln County will offer for that certain real estate LEGALS in LeFlore praised LEGALS at $1, LEGALS for THOMPSON, LEGALS AT- Oklahoma LEGALS City, OK been duly ap- 2014; the sum of THOMPSON & Blvd. Ste. 106, sale LEGALS and sell, with appraisement, for $80, Sale abstracting; the TORNEYS cash, at public auction, to-wit:part of the will be made pursu- sum of $ for Sarah M. Jordan, to the highest Southwest Quarter ant to a Special late charges; for the Attorney for Plaintiff and best bidder, all of the Southwest Execution And Order further sum of P.O. Box that certain real estate Quarter of the Of Sale issued $2, for the S. Church St. in LeFlore Northeast Quarter in accordance with Plaintiff's attorney Poteau, Oklahoma and part of the judgment entered in fees, and for all to-wit: Northwest quarter the District Court of costs of this action, Phone: That part of Lot 9, of the Northwest all with interest Block 199 in the Quarter of the Oklahoma, in Case thereon at the rate City of Poteau, Southeast Quarter No. CJ , of $5.31 per diem more particularly Section 18, Township entitled Taylor Bean until paid. August 20, 27, 2014 described as follows: 8 North, Range & Whitaker Mort- The balance, if any, (26055) LPXLP Beginning at 25 East of the Indian gage Corp, Plaintiff, to be paid to the the Northeasterly Base and Me- vs. Steven Eugene Clerk of this Court Corner of Lot 6, ridian, Leflore Carpenter and to await the further Block 199, same order of the Court. being formed by the WITNESS my hand intersection of this 15th day of South Harper Street and alley running through Block 199; thence in a Southwesterly direction on the Easterly line of Lots 6 and 7 and the Northerly 100 feet of Lot 9 for a point of beginning; thence in a Westerly direction and parallel with the Northerly boundary line of said Lot 9 to the Westerly line of said Lot 9; thence in a Southerly direction along the Westerly line of said Lot to the Southwesterly corner of said Lot; thence in a Northeasterly direction along the Easterly line of said Lot for a distance of feet to the Point of Beginning; subject to unpaid taxes, advancements by Plaintiff for taxes, insurance premiums, and expenses necessary for the preservation of the subject property, if any, said property having been duly appraised at $29, Sale will be made pursuant to an Alias Special Execution And Order Of Sale issued in accordance with judgment entered in the District Court of LeFlore in Case No. CJ , entitled Bank of America, N.A., successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, L.P. fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, L.P., Plaintiff, vs. Adam Mirick, Ashley Mirick, John Doe, Jane Doe, Security Bankcard Center, being all of the Defendants and persons holding or claiming any interest or lien in the subject property. Rob Seale, Sheriff Oklahoma s/by: Heather Ford DEPUTY JAMES H. THIES- SEN - #20354 BAER, TIMBER- LAKE, COULSON & CATES, P.C. Attorneys for Plaintiff P.O. Box Telephone:(405) Facsimile:(405) File No August 20, 27, 2014 (26050)LPXLP NOTICE OF SHER- IFF'S SALE CJ Notice is given that on the 23rd day of September, 2014, at 10:00 a.m., at the Front door of the County Courthouse, in the City of Poteau, LeFlore the Sheriff of said County will offer for sale and sell, with appraisement, for cash, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, all that certain real estate in LeFlore to-wit:part of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter and part of the Northwest quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter Section 18, Township 8 North, Range 25 East of the Indian Base and Meridian, Leflore more particularly described as follows: COMMENC- ING at the Northeast corner of said Section 18; thence South 88 degrees 22 minutes 11 seconds West, along the North line of said Section 18, a distance of feet; thence South East a distance of more particularly described as follows: COMMENC- ING at the Northeast corner of said Section 18; thence South 88 degrees 22 minutes 11 seconds West, along the North line of said Section 18, a distance of feet; thence South East a distance of feet; thence South 88 degrees 21 minutes 20 seconds West a distance of feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence South 88 degrees 21 minutes 20 seconds West a distance of feet; thence North West a distance of feet; thence North 88 degrees 22 minutes 11 seconds East a distance of feet; thence South 50 seconds East a distance of feet to the POINT OF BEGIN- NING. AND Part of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter and part of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 18, Township 8 North, Range 25 East of the Indian Base and Meridian, Leflore more particularly described as follows: COMMENC- ING at the Northeast corner of said Section 18; thence South 88 degrees 22 minutes 11 seconds West, along the North line of said Section 18, a distance of feet; thence South East a distance of feet; thence South 88 degrees 21 minutes 20 seconds West a distance of feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence South 88 degrees 21 minutes 20 seconds West a distance of feet; thence North West a distance of feet; thence North 88 degrees 22 minutes 11 seconds East a distance of feet; thence South East a distance of feet to the POINT OF BEGIN- NING. Together with Manufactured Housing: 2007 Clayton, Model Legend Colonial, 31 x 68.30, Serial No. CSS008131TXAB; subject to unpaid taxes, advancements by Plaintiff for taxes, insurance premiums, and expenses necessary for the preservation of the subject property, if any, said property having been duly appraised at $80, Sale will be made pursuant to a Special Execution And Order Of Sale issued in accordance with judgment entered in the District Court of Oklahoma, in Case No. CJ , entitled Taylor Bean & Whitaker Mortgage Corp, Plaintiff, vs. Steven Eugene Carpenter and Brenda Lee Carpenter, being all of the Defendants and persons holding or claiming any interest or lien in the subject property. Rob Seale, Sheriff of Oklahoma s/by: Heather Ford DEPUTY James H. Thiessen - # BAER, TIMBER- LAKE, COULSON 68.30, Serial No. CSS008131TXAB; Brenda Lee Carpenter, being all of the Defendants and persons holding or claiming any interest or lien in the subject property. Rob Seale, Sheriff of Oklahoma s/by: Heather Ford DEPUTY James H. Thiessen - # BAER, TIMBER- LAKE, COULSON & CATES, P.C. P.O. Box Telephone: (405) Facsimile: (405) BTCC File No.: August 20, 27, 2014 (26051) LPXLP IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF LEFLORE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA Wilburton State Bank, a banking corporation, Plaintiff, -vs- Fay V. Sockey, et al., Defendants. No. CJ NOTICE OF SHER- IFF'S SALE Notice is given that on the 23rd day of September, 2014 at 10:00 o'clock A.M., at the Sheriff's Office in the Courthouse in LeFlore the undersigned Sheriff of said County will offer for sale and sell, with appraisement, for cash, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, all that certain real estate in LeFlore to-wit: Lots Four (4) and Five (5), Block Thirty-Eight (38) in the Town of Talihina, LeFlore County, Oklahoma with the buildings and improvements and the appurtenances, hereditaments, and all other rights thereunto appertaining or belonging, and all fixtures there or thereafter attached or used in connection with said premises, subject to unpaid taxes, advancements by Plaintiff for taxes, insurance premiums, and expenses necessary for the preservation of the subject property, if any, said property having been duly appraised as follows: Appraised Value $15, Sale will be made pursuant to order of sale issued in accordance with judgment entered in the District Court of Oklahoma in Case No. CJ entitled The Community State Bank vs. Fay V. Sockey, et al., to satisfy a judgment and lien in the amount of $19, principal plus $5, interest to May 5, 2014; the sum of $1, for abstracting; the sum of $ for late charges; for the further sum of $2, for the Plaintiff's attorney fees, and for all costs of this action, all with interest thereon at the rate of $5.31 per diem until paid. The balance, if any, to be paid to the Clerk of this Court to await the further order of the Court. WITNESS my hand this 15th day of August, SHERIFF OF LEFLORE COUNTY, OKLA- HOMA BY: Kendall Morgan Deputy THOMPSON & THOMPSON, AT- TORNEYS Sarah M. Jordan, Attorney for Plaintiff P.O. Box S. Church St. Pro-Se Divorce With or Without children Call for More Info. and Pricing Call or August, SHERIFF OF LEFLORE COUNTY, OKLA- HOMA BY: Kendall Morgan Deputy THOMPSON & THOMPSON, AT- TORNEYS Sarah M. Jordan, Attorney for Plaintiff P.O. Box S. Church St. Poteau, Oklahoma Phone: August 20, 27, 2014 (26055) LPXLP $4,000, per (918) area (Non-bidding/Non Encumbered), Us- 24 Hour Emergency ing Roadside Agency: Assistance American Termite & Pest Control A. V. Skinner, Manager 2003 N. Broadway 24 Hours a day 7 Days a week SOLICITATION FOR BIDS (BID NOTICE) Sealed bids will be received by the Division of Capital Assets Management, Construction and (DCAM/CAP), Will Rogers Building, 2401 Lincoln Blvd. Ste. 106, 73105, up to and including the time and date indicated below. The bids will in project manual, be opened and read Cost Estimate: aloud after the time $4,000, per indicated. Copies of area the plans and bid (Non-bidding/Nondocuments may be Encumbered), Using obtained from the Agency: DCAM/CAP website OMES/DCAM Construction at: and Prop- erties Department CS/Construction_& Bid Documents _Properties/CAP_Bi Available: August ds_&_drawings/index.html. 28, 2014 Fee For Copies of Bid Documents: the bid documents See Website are on file at the Pre-Bid Conference: DCAM/Construction Mandatory, & Properties office Refer instructions and are available to Bidders in project for public inspection. Manual. In case of adverse weather CAP Project Number: conditions, please 15035, Project call Name: Roof Asset prior to Pre-bid Management Damage Program Free Conference. Service Statewide, Date and Time: Towing, Unlocks, Jump Project Location: September 4, 2014 Area 3 as Starts, per map Tire 1:30 Changes, PM, Location: in project manual, Will Rogers Building, Recovery 2401 N. 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