Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 95, No. 40, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 3, 2002 Page: 2 of 18
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PAGE 29 Seminole (Texas) Sentinel, Sunday, March 3,2002
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STEVE HALEY MEMORIAL PARK DEDICATION
Members of the Chiefs and Pow Wow Ambassadors gathered for the dedication of Steve Haley Memorial Park on
Wednesday, February 27,2002. The land located at the intersection of Northwest Avenue G and the Lamesa Highway
was donated by members of the Haley family for just such a purpose. The area has long needed a facelift and the park
wM provide just a respite for travelers and local residents. On hand for the dedication and ribbon cutting were members
of the Haley family which included Thelma Haley, Bonnie Ericson and Stephen Haley. Gaines County Judge Judy Ray
and former Gaines County Judge Max Townsend along with Prednct 4 Commissioner Charlie Lopez and precinct 4
employees were also present for the ceremony.
Matters of Record
2/20-A complainant from IGA
told sheriffs officers a person or
persons unknown had passed a
counterfeit check at.the store.
2/24--After stopping a subject for
a traffic violation, Gaines County
From Page One
Sheriffs officers made an arrest.
Arrested for driving while
intoxicated was Abram Bergen, 21,
of County Road 301 A.
2/26-A complainant in the 2100
block of Northwest Avenue D told
Jay Harper, who is a member of the Guy Chancy and Tommy Phillips as
Foundation and was a representative Foundation board,
for Edward Jones, is no longer After election of directors,
affiK*pft with the company, but, has officers were elected for the coming
opened his own firm. Harper year and the entire slate from last year
Investments. . was re-elected. They are, Keener.
The board voted to request Edward presided; Foote, vice president;
company over to Harper Investments secretary,
so Harper can remain the caretaker OTHER BUSINESS
for the accounts. Also discussed were sharing
In a related matter, board members chamber of commerce offices if an
responded to a complaint that the employee was hired by the new
Foundation "is a joke” and "doesn’t corporate sales tax board of the City
do anything.” * of Seminole, which will oversee the
Board members, particularly Jerry spending on the recently-passed one-
Foote and Tom Curry, said that the half cent sales tax.
Foundation has ‘‘done something, in There is no office space at City
fact several things.” They said that Hall and the chamber does have a
the mission of the Foundation was to spare office,
protect the assets they have and use Board members okayed that
them only to help Seminole grow, request.
Curry said that there have been
that have not been funded, even
though they may have seemed good at
the time and that the Foundation has
looked after their assets prudently.
Board member Kevin Petty said he
agreed with the mission to help and
grow businesses in Seminole and that
a raise in dues or better interest rates—Seminole Memorial Hospital,
were really immaterial to that Special guests will be Jim
BOARD MEMBERS, OFFICERS
police that a vehicle had struck a
brick wall at the residence and had
caused damage. The vehicle then left
A report was taken and
investigation is underway.
2/27-Seminole Police investigated
a two-vehicle accident just after 8
a.m. at the intersection of Southwest
Avenue H and Southwest b* Street.
Investigators said a 1999
Chevrolet pickup, driven by Tony
Roberson, 40, of 602 SW Ave. J,
was headed north on Southwest 6th
and a 1984 Dodge pickup, driven by
Jeremiah Faux, 17, of 306 SW 15th,
was headed east on Southwest H.
Officers said the Dodge ran the
stop sign at the intersection of the
streets and was struck by the
Chevrolet. Faux told police the sun
was in his eyes and he did not see the
Moderate damage was done to the
Roberson vehicle and heavy damage
was sustained by the Faux vehicle.
Faux was cited by officers for
running a stop sign.
Firefighters were called to a location
on Southeast Duff, where a vehicle
had knocked over a gas meter.
FILED IN COUNTY COURT
Sue of Texas vs. Jose Manuel Villarreal,
evading arrest or detention, filed Feb. 22.
Stale of Texas vs. Maria Simental, theft
by check, filed Feb. 26.
FILED IN DISTRICT COURT (CIVIL)
In the interest of a child, child support
review order, filed Feb. 22.
In the matter of structured payment
rights by Tony Garcia, Jr., application for
transfer of structured settlement payment
rights, filed Feb. 22.
In the interest of a minor child, child
support review order, filed Feb. 26.
IMOMO: Terry Don Braley and Rebecca
Trevino Braley, suit for divorce, filed Feb.
In the interest of a minor child, petition to
establish a parent-child relationship, filed
FILED IN DISTRICT COURT
State of Texas vs. Arvin Long, burglary
of a building, filed Feb. 21.
DISTRICT COURT ACTION
State of Texas vs. Ernesto Castillo,
judgement revoking community
supervision, found guilty of felony DWI,
sentenced to five years in Texas
Department of Community Justice, filed
State of Texas vs. Johan Neufeld Penner,
deferred finding of guilt on a charge of
retaliation, sentenced to 10 years of
community supervision, fined $2,000, 300
hours of community service, court costs
and 30 days in the Gaines County Jail, filed
Suite of Texas vs. Larry Lynn Black,
found guilty on charges of manufacturing a
and possession of a controlled substance-
methamphetamine, sentenced to 10 years in
Texas Department of Community Justice,
but then placed on community supervision
for 10 years, $5,000 fine, $140 restitution
and 500 hours of community service, filed
State of Texas vs. Arvin Long, found
guilty of burglary of a building, sentenced
to two years in state jail, but placed on
community supervision for five years and
court costs, filed Feb. 21.
Gaines County Appraisal District vs.
Tony and Stella Briones, delinquent taxes,
case dismissed by plaintiff, filed Feb. 21.
Helena Redekop vs. JRFR, Inc., a Texas
Corporation, Jordan Deaun Benton by hand
through next of friend, personal injury and
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only filers for the two positions up
for election on the underground water
Persons wishing to file for any of
the positions have until 5 p.m.
Wednesday, March 20, to do so.
Those wishing to file for a city office
may do so at Seminole City Hall, the
school business office for the school
board, the hospital administrator’s
office for the hospital board and the
Llano Estacado Underground Water
Conservation District office in the
courthouse for the water board.
damages, request for a non-suit granted,
filed Feb. 26.
There were also decisions on four cases
dealing with minor children.
FEDERAL TAX LIENS
United States vs. Norman D. and
Carolyn Hicks, filed Feb. 21.
United Slates vs. Norman D. Hides, filed
ABSTRACTS OF JUDGEMENT
General Motors Acceptance Corporation
vs. Eva Neudorf, filed Feb. 21.
Terry and Carla Hicks to Jimmy D. And
Jeanette Hadaway, part of lots 1, 2 and 3,
block N, Original Town, Seagraves.
O.C. and Sue Elliot to Ronnie and
Connie Wallace, assumption WD-tract in
section 3, block A-10, PSL
Sahra Redecop Banman Fehr and Susana
Redecop Banman Estate to Benjamin
Neufeld and Margaretha Fehr, tract 11,
Maria Guenter to Katharina T. Fehr,
correction-lot 3, block 19, Old Town
Conservation and Development,
Incorporated will hold its 2002
annual sponsor's . meeting on
March 8, beginning at 10 a.m. at
the Assisted Living Center of
Roberts, executive committee
member of the Texas Office of
The terms of board members Petty, Rural Community Affairs and
Sam Tcsscn, executive director of
the Texas Office of Rural
Foote and Dow expired and three
new directors were to be elected. The
board unanimously re-elected those Community Affairs,
three to new terms. They will join Reservations must be made by
holdover directors Ray Keener, March 1 by calling (806) 266-
Curry, Curtis Brown, Steve Haralson, 5067.
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Abram F. And Anna friesen and Abe and
Anna Friesen to Tobie and Helna F. Duecfc,
all of tract 82, Airport Subdivision.
Herman Klassen to Helena K. Banman,
lot 9. block 2, Seminole Park Addition. ?
Carter and Company Irrigation, Inc. To
David H. AndCclcsu W. Hicks, seciiofftr
block A-27, PSL.
Clark Parrott Enterprises, Inc. to Heriry
and Elizabeth Peters, lot 7, First Dove
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Henry W. And Elizabeth Peters to
Herman and Helen Hildebrand, lot 7, First
Dove Estates Subdivision. ’->*
Willey and Tammy Gonzales to Kelljf S.
And Jesusita E. Shcppcrd, lots 11 and 1^,
block 47, Original Town, Seagraves.
OIL AND GAS LEASES
C.B. Christie, Jr. to Giebel Petroleum,
Ltd., all of section 5, block A-30, PSL.
Bennett L. Woolley, Jr. to Woilley Long
Partnership, property not described, i
Grand Opening 81 Ribbon Cutting
Thursday, March 7, 2002
Refreshments & Door Prizes
Everyone is Invited!
Dr. Conrad Dean ND
Lupe Whitehead LMT
Linda Munoz LMT
Come In & Say Hi
To Aleta & Randy
& See All Of The
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Brisendine, Lynn & Fisher, David. Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 95, No. 40, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 3, 2002, newspaper, March 3, 2002; Seminole, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth839962/m1/2/: accessed June 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.