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~ NEW LISTING ~

1212 S. 10th, Kingfisher

3 BR, 2 Bath Brick Home

2,900 s.f., Fenced Back Yard,

Good Roof, 2 Car Garage, $120,000

REAL ESTATE LISTINGS

ADORABLE 1064 s.f. (mol) home with 3

beds, 1.5 baths, open kitchen w/breakfast

bar. Property includes 30x50 insulated

shop with heat, electric, office & more!

Also, horse stables. ALL THIS AND MORE...

—PRICE REDUCTION... $115,750—

200 W

Mitchell Dr

Kingfisher

ALL

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BUT NOT GUARANTEED!

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50 x 80 Metal Building ................................................. $ 150,000

2-1/2 Acres NW of Kingfisher ......................................... $ 35,000

555 Acres W of Lacy on Highway 51 .............................. $ 1,000,000

2420 sq.ft. 5 BR Home on 2 Acres NW of Kingfisher ........... $ 150,000

44 Acres in Kingfisher City Limits .................................. $ 286,000

Approx. 25 Acres N of Baptist Church on 13th Street .......... $ 375,000

1982 Lance Trailer Home, 3 BR, 2 Bath,

with 25x30 Metal Building on 3 Lots in Dover, Okla ...... $ 55,000

4 Acres S of Kingfisher on Highway 81 ............................. $ 150,000

10 Acres N of Kingfisher Hospital ................................... $ 250,000

Contact Bob Hill

405-202-1713

(4-3-3Wc)

VERY CUTE 1510 s.f. (mol) home built in

2004, open floor plan with 3 beds, 2 baths,

master bath w/separate tub/shower, covered

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(405) 368-9409

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444 W. CHISHOLM DR.

Roomy home with many possibilities!

2 or 3 bd, 2 ba and den w/fp and updated

windows. $99,900. Call Sandy!

Make Offer-Motivated Seller

LOMEGA SCHOOLS!

2 Acres In Country w/Beautiful View!

Nice 3 bd, 2 ba, office, 2 car att., large

den, cozy fp w/insert! Open floor plan

& country kitchen. $129,900 $98,000.

Call Sandy Today.

REDUCED!

502 N. 3RD, OKARCHE

Great Open Floor Plan! 2 bed, 2 bath,

fp; roof new in Oct. 2012. Priced to

sell at $128,000...$126,000 Call Sandy!

PENDING BY LAINE

901 S. 11TH ST.

19223

N 2810 Rd

Kingfisher

Both Homes

Qualify For

100%

Financing

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Phillips Real Estate

Legal notices

(Published Wednesday, March 13, 20,

27, and April 3, 2013, in the Kingfisher

Times and Free Press.)

SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION

By virtue of the authority vested in

me by the Constitution and laws of the

State of Oklahoma, and the provisions of

Ordinance Number 2013-322, duly

passed by the Board of Trustees of the

Town of Okarche, Oklahoma, on the 25th

day of February, 2013, public notice is

hereby given that a special election is

hereby called, ordered and proclaimed

to be held in said Town of Okarche,

Oklahoma, on the 11th day of June,

2013, for the purpose of submitting to the

qualified electors residing within the corporate

limits of Okarche, Oklahoma, the

following proposition, to wit:

"Shall a franchise be granted to the

Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company, a

corporation, its successors and assigns

giving it the right to produce, transmit and

distribute electricity within the Town and

to sell electricity therein for all purposes

for which it may be used, to the Town, its

inhabitants and the public generally, and

the right to construct, maintain and operate

a system of poles, wires, conduits

and other facilities and equipment in,

upon, across, under and over the streets,

alleys, public grounds and other places

in the Town for such purposes, for a

period of twenty-five (25) years; providing

compensation to the Town; in accordance

with the terms of Ordinance Number

2013-322, passed and approved by

the Board of Trustees of the Town of

Okarche, Oklahoma, on the 25th day of

February, 2013?"

The ballot to be used at said election

shall be substantially as follows:

"Shall a franchise be granted to the

Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company, a

corporation, its successors and assigns

giving it the right to produce, transmit and

distribute electricity within the Town and

to sell electricity therein for all purposes

for which it may be used, to the Town, its

inhabitants and the public generally, and

the right to construct, maintain and operate

a system of poles, wires, conduits

and other facilities and equipment in,

upon, across, under and over the streets,

alleys, public grounds and other places

in the Town for such purposes, for a

period of twenty-five (25) years; providing

compensation to the Town; in accordance

with the terms of Ordinance Number

2013-322, passed and approved by

the Board of Trustees of the Town of

Okarche, Oklahoma, on the 25th day of

February, 2013?"

FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES

AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO

The polls for said election shall be

opened at 7:00 a.m. and shall remain

open until 7:00 p.m. on said 11th day of

June, 2013.

The results of said election shall be

returned to and canvassed by the

County Election Board of the Counties of

Kingfisher and Canadian, State of Oklahoma,

pursuant to the laws of the State of

Oklahoma in such cases made and provided.

Given under my hand and seal at the

Town of Okarche, Oklahoma, this 8th

day of March, 2013

Richard Raupe

Mayor,

Town of Okarche, Oklahoma

ATTEST:

Elise Turner

Town Clerk

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(Published Wednesday, April 3 and 10,

2013, in the Kingfisher Times and Free

Press.)

NOTICE OF FILING PERIOD FOR

ELECTION OF DISTRICT DIRECTOR

TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED:

Notice is hereby given that any person

who is a registered voter and a resident

of the Kingfisher County Conservation

District and has entered into or will enter

into a Cooperator Agreement with the

Directors of said District, may have their

name placed on the official ballot of the

District Director Election of said District

for Position Number 3 by filing a

Notification and Declaration of

Candidacy with said District located at

1600 South 13th Street Kingfisher

Oklahoma between the dates of May 1-

14, 2013. Notification and Declaration of

Candidacy forms may be obtained at the

above location and must be returned to

the same location before close of

business on the last day of the filing

period. The Election will be held on

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013.

Greg Borelli

Chairman

Board of Directors Kingfisher County

Conservation District

ATTEST: Lea Ann Nowlin

Secretary

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405-368-9409 Laine Helt

Realtor/Sales Assoc.

(405) 326-2000

~Bringing Families Home For Over 30 Years~

~

SE HABLA ESPANOL • Francis Wallace/Interprete: 405-414-6309

CRESCENT

2.5 A. Country Setting On Paved Roads!

4 bd, 2 ba, mobile home, mother-in-law

plan! Cozy fp & stainless appls! $79,900.

Call Laine.

$3,000 Offered For Updates!!!

REDUCED!

904 S. 12TH ST.

3 bd, 2 ba, 2012 roof, den w/fp, open floor

plan, double garage. $120,000...$115,000.

Come see! Call Sandy!

SOLD BY LAINE

1203 CARL AVE.

•901 South 11th St–PENDING by Laine

1313 South 12th St–PENDING by Laine

•1203 Carl Ave–SOLD by Laine

•Country Setting–SOLD by Laine

•1202 Carl Ave–SOLD by Laine

•14888 Country Lane–SOLD by Laine

•14870 Country Lane–SOLD by Laine

PENDINGS & SOLDS

1007 S. 12TH ST.

Adorable & Roomy 4 bed, 2 ba. Updated

kitchen w/brkfst bar & dining space, lg pantry,

FP in living, beaut.l wd floors. Master

bath offers Jetta tub. $138,000. Call Laine!

1 ACRE BUILDING LOTS

IN SUNSET HEIGHTS ADDN

PHASE 2...$26,500. Call Laine.

411 S. 6TH ST.

Room To Grow! 4 to 5 bd, 1.5 ba, nice updated

kitchen with highend appliances! Split

level, updated roof, nice fenced back yard

with alley access. Lots of sq. footage and

garage in lower level... $94,500. Call Sandy!

1319 South 7th St–SOLD by Laine

•1112 South 11th St–SOLD by Sandy

•702 South 11th St–SOLD by Laine

•222 East Toronto–SOLD by Laine

•809 South 7th St–SOLD by Sandy

•Commercial Property–SOLD by Sandy

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REDUCED

526 Eischen Avenue

Very Nice Home And Affordable! 3

BR, 1-1/2 Bath, New tilt windows.

New custom built kitchen cabinets

and both baths. Nice large covered

patio. Fenced yard and much more.

Now Only...$89,900

517 South 8th

3 BR, 2 Bath, 1,584 Sq. Ft. Nice!

$135,000

SOLD

613 South 7th

508 Southview Drive

3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 3 Car Garage,

1,707 sf, Nine Ft. Ceilings,

Enclosed Sunroom & So Much

More! Call For Appointment To See.

$199,000

124 West Locust

3 BR, 2 Bath, 2,044 sf. Sets On

Large Corner Lot. Two Living

Areas. Den Has FP, Vaulted

Ceiling, Formal Dining, Very Nice.

Now Only $139,900

PENDING

438 Chisholm Ave.

1112 South 12th St.

3 Bedroom, 1,830 Sq. Ft. Very

Nice Home With Security

System, New Roof & Much More.

$109,900

Tuscany’s-305 S. Main

Beautiful Restored Building.

`1,825 SF. Tons Of Storage.

Beautiful Hardwood Floors

& So Much More!

$100,000

PENDING

817 Clark

1021 S. 7th Street

Beautiful 3 BR With Tons Of Charm. 2

Bath, 2,192 sf, Two Story Home Includes

Basement, De-Humidifier, Underground

Sprinkler, New Paint & Siding Repair.

Can Finance FHA Or RD Financing

$135,000

LOT IN CITY

LIMITS OF

HENNESSEY

SOLD

500 N. 3rd St. Okarche

Lovely 3 BR, 2 Bath, 2,120 sf,

Full Basement, Marble Window

Sills, Abundance Of Storage.

Two Living Areas, Eating Bar

In Kitchen & So Much More

Included. Very Nice Home!!!

$182,000

213 S. 8th Street

2 BR, 1 Bath, Formal Dining,

1,107 sf, Very Affordable!!!!

$65,000

JUST LISTED

918 South 7th Street

3 BR, 2 Bath, Tilt Winidows.

Approx. 1-Yr.-Old Roof.

Approx. 3-Year-Old Hardwood

Floors, Covered Patio,

2 Nice Storage Sheds.

$117,500

1204 Coleman

3 or 4 Bedroom. Open With Spacious

Floor Plan. 1,834 Sq. Ft.

$200,000

610 South 6th Street

Cute 3 BR, Approx. 1,300 Sq. Ft.

Hardwood Floors, Formal Dining.

Upstairs. Victorian Style Home.

$74,500

23 ACRES

Minutes From Town.

Owner Will Consider Dividing.

Unrestricted Property.

Call for Information!

1113 Clearview Drive

3 BR, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage With

28x18 Shop & Shed. Home Has

Approx. 1,618 SF. Also has a

basement. Ready To Move Into!

$146,800

PENDING

522 South Main St.

1805 S. 19th

3 BR, 2 Bath, 3 Car Garage With 28x18 Shop

& Shed. Two Dining Areas. Built In 2007.

$199,000

PENDING

421 W. Sheridan Ave.

403 Lawrence Dr. Okarche

Beautiful Custom-Built Home. Just One

Owner. 4 Bedroom With Too Many Nice

Features To List

CALL FOR INFO.

PENDING

1212 S. Main

Loyal-

Commercial

Or

Residential.

$45,000

NEW LISTING

320 W. Iowa, Okarche

V3 BR, 1,896 Sq. Ft. Large

Corner Lot, Spacious

Rooms, Basement & More.

$138,500

PENDING

1807 S. 19th

201 North Second, Okarche

Great Potential. Open Floor

Plan. 1,562 sf. Zoning Options!

$50,000

SOLD

Lake Elmer Road

Rt. 3, Box 12, Shaffenberg Rd.

Big & Beautiful. 4 Bedroom Victorian

Home Offers 2-1/2 Baths, Two Living

Areas, Two Dining Areas, 4,052 sf,

Two Fireplaces & Sets On 3.87 Acres

With Barn, Storage & Gazebo.

$295,000

PENDING

910 South 9th

Back On Market!

Country Home NE Of Okarche

Home Has 1,620 sf, Roof Approx. 2 Years

Old. Storm Shelter, 12 x 15 Storage Shed.

3 Lean-To’s. Well Water With New Pump.

14 Acres Ready For Livestock!

$230,000

PENDING

315 S. 6th St.

608 Zellers

Lovely 2 BR, 1,625 sf, Tilt

Windows, Roof 5 Years Old.

Totally Updated.

$136,500

PENDING

1310 S. 12th Place

212 S. 2nd St. Okarche

3 BR, 2 Bath, 1,622 SF, FP,

Updated Kitchen. Call For Appt.

$79,500

PENDING

301 E. Miles Ave.

1109 S. Main

Zoned Commercial. Many Options On This One! Has 4,444 SF. Sets On

1.20 Acres. Call For Showing.

Brick Home On 1 Acre In Country ...................SOLD

613 South Seventh Street .......................................SOLD

301 East Miles Avenue ............................................ PENDING

438 Chisholm Drive ...........................................PENDING

1212 South Main Street ................................... PENDING

910 South 9th Street ........................................ PENDING

1310 South 12th Place ...................................... PENDING

Lot In Hennessey ............................................. SOLD

522 South Main Street ...................................... PENDING

1807 South 19th Street .....................................PENDING

421 North Sheridan Avenue ................................... PENDING

817 Clark Avenue .................................................... PENDING

315 South 6th Street ............................................... PENDING

Approx. 1 Acre Lot In StoneBrook Of Kingfisher.

Acre Backed Up To Private Stocked Lake. $90,000

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

• 305 N. Main, Kingfisher, High End Updates.

• 3 Commercial Lots Available, South Of

United Supermarket

RESIDENTIAL LOTS & ACREAGES

Richland Road- 6 Lots For Sale: $12,000 • Hennessey Lot For Mobile Home...$7,000


14 Wednesday, April 3, 2013 Kingfisher (Okla.) Times & Free Press

Commissioners Proceedings

(Published Wednesday, April 3, 2013, in

the Kingfisher Times and Free Press.)

Minutes of the Regular Meeting of

Kingfisher County Board of

Commissioners held on March 25, 2012.

Advance notice of the meeting was

posted on the bulletin board next to

Commissioner’s office, north and west

entrances on March 22, 2013.

Chairman Schroder called the

Commissioners meeting to order at 9:00

a.m. Roll call was read with the following

responses: Schroder-present;

Shimanek-present; Wilczek-present.

Also in attendance ; Jamie Shimanek;

Max Gerber, County Engineer; Gary

Reid, Kingfisher Times & Free Press;

Dennis Banther, Kingfisher County

Sheriff; Mark Sterling and Shannon

Morey for 911; and Teresa Wood,

Kingfisher County Clerk.

A motion was made by Wilczek and

seconded by Shimanek to approve the

following: Agenda, minutes for regular

meeting held, March 18, 2013: warrants

and purchase orders #3044 thru #3250

for the fiscal year 2012-2013. Motion

approved with the following votes cast:

Schroder-yes; Shimanek-yes; Wilczekyes.

GENERAL/OTHER 2012-2013

2 Stallion Oilfield Service,

Treasurer/Refund .................... $167.00

5 Corys Audiovisual Services,

ree Fair/Projection Screen .................

.............................................. $4,454.40

20 B & H Materials,

Dist.1/Sheeting ..................... $7,417.62

21 B & H Materials,

Dist.1/Piling .......................... $4,200.00

44 CDW Government Inc.,

Drug Court/Equipment ......... $1,237.40

45 Opportunities,

Drug Court/Rent ...................... $600.00

71 Pitney Bowes,

Treasurer/Rental ..................... $741.84

72 Kingfisher Office Supply,

Treasurer/Supplies .................... $51.41

97 Loftis, Steve, 911/Travel .... $151.99

98 S & J, 911/A/C unit .......... $6,029.00

114 Krablin M.D,

Sheriff/Dr. Visit ..................... $1,000.00

115 Krablin M.D,

Sheriff/Dr. Visit ..................... $1,150.00

116 Krablin M.D,

Sheriff/Dr. Visit ..................... $1,250.00

117 Krablin M.D,

Sheriff/Dr. Visit ........................ $900.00

118 Dept. of Public Safety,

Sheriff/OLETS ......................... $350.00

119 AMSAN,

Sheriff/Supplies ....................... $956.92

261 Castellanos, Diane Rogers,

Hlth. /Mileage .......................... $465.56

262 Brodrick, Dusti,

Hlth. /Registration ...................... $50.00

263 Pitney Bowes,

Hlth. /Rental Charges .............. $204.00

1095 Markus, Lisa,

Court Clerk/Travel ..................... $48.59

1096 West Payment Center,

Dist. Attorney/Laws Subs .......... $29.93

1097 Bank of America,

Sheriff/Travel ........................... $135.90

1098 Mueggenborg, Karen E., Treasurer/Monthly

Travel ............... $400.00

1099 Wilczek, Edward Leon,

Commissioner/Monthly Travel .............

................................................. $600.00

1100 Shimanek, Ray Alan,

Commissioner/Monthly Travel .............

................................................. $600.00

1101 Schroder, Keith A.,

Commissioner/Monthly Travel .............

................................................. $600.00

1102 County Clerks & Deputy Assoc.,

County Clerk/Membership ........ $40.00

1103 County Clerks & Deputy Assoc.,

County Clerk/Registration ........ $65.00.

1104 ORR, Roy,

County Clerk/Refund ................. $17.06

1105 Escarsega, Barbara,

County Clerk/Refund ................. $17.06

1106 McCully, Eloise,

Assessor/Monthly Travel ......... $500.00

1107 Hennessey Clipper,

Gen. Gov. /Publications .......... $127.30

108 Okla. Natural Gas,

en. Gov. /Monthly Billing ... $1,246.51

109 AMSAN,

en. Gov. /Supplies ................ $240.24

110 Roman Nose Lodge,

ssessor/Lodging ...................... $77.00

1111 State Auditor & Inspector,

Excise/Registration ................... $35.00

1112 State Auditor & Inspector,

Excise/Registration ................... $35.00

1113 State Auditor & Inspector,

Excise/Registration ................... $35.00

HIGHWAY 2012-2013

1158 Plains Partners,

Dist.1 /Gopher Bait .................. $600.00

1159 Welch State Bank,

Dist.1 /Lease Payment ............ $807.80

1160 Welch State Bank,

Dist.1 /Lease Payment ......... $1,128.52

1161 Welch State Bank,

Dist.1 /Lease Payment ......... $3,486.82

1162 Security National Bank,

Dist.1 /Lease Payment ......... $2,053.09

1163 Security National Bank,

Dist.1 /Lease Payment, ........ $2,471.06

1164 Fry, Janice F,

Dist.2 /Shale ......................... $2,413.50

1165 Welch State Bank,

Dist.2 /Lease Payment ......... $2,624.60

1166 Welch State Bank,

Dist.2 /Lease Payment ......... $2,116.58

1167 Master Pumps & Power,

www.basicenergyservices.com

Positions open for growing company

Drivers / Frac Equipment Operators

Must have a clean driving record and hold a Class A CDL

or have a Class D with a “A Learner’s Permit.” Will need

to be able to apply and obtain a HazMat Endorsement

Benefits:

Dist.3 /Pump ............................ $938.09

1168 C.L. Boyd, Dist.3 /Parts $630.81

1169 Welch State Bank,

Dist.3 /Lease Payment ......... $1,204.18

1170 Security National Bank,

Dist.3 /Lease Payment ......... $2,053.09

1171 Welch State Bank,

Dist.3 /Lease Payment ......... $1,166.00

1172 Welch State Bank,

Dist.3 /Lease Payment ......... $1,071.83

1173 Welch State Bank,

Dist.3 /Lease Payment ......... $2,207.29

SALES TAX 2012-2013

413 Boevers, Keith A.

Ext. /Travel .............................. $140.12

414 Napa of Kingfisher,

Big 4 Fire/Repairs ................... $168.29

415 Napa of Kingfisher,

Big 4 Fire/Parts ....................... $211.89

416 Napa of Kingfisher,

Big 4 Fire/Parts ....................... $327.06

417 Napa of Kingfisher,

Big 4 Fire/Batteries ................. $440.42

418 K & S Tire,

Big 4 Fire/Oil Change ................ $41.69

419 Tonys Pump & Supply,

Big 4 Fire/Parts ......................... $21.69

420 NODA, Big 4 Fire/Dues .... $175.00

421 Napa of Kingfisher,

Big 4 Fire/Parts ....................... $438.89

422 Ace Hardware,

Big 4 Fire/Parts ....................... $179.72

423 Okla. State University,

Extension/Salary .................. $5,607.00

424 Advanced Fire Protection,

Free Fair/Inspection ................ $350.00

SALES TAX 1⁄4 2012-2013

80 Loyal Fire Department,

Kgf. Fire/Skid Unit ................ $4,000.00

A motion was made by Wilczek and

seconded by Shimanek to approve

resolution to dispose of equipment from

Loyal Fire Department to sell Skid Unit

#RFF-399-01 to Kingfisher Fire

Department. Motion approved with the

following votes cast: Schroder yes;

Shimanek-yes; Wilczek-yes.

A motion was made by Shimanek and

seconded by Wilczek to approve water

pipeline crossing permit request from

Newfield Exploration to start in the NW/4

of the NE/4 of Sec. 31-15N-8W and

ending in the NE/4 of the NE/4 of Sec. 17-

15N-8W. Motion approved with the

following votes: Schroder-yes;

Shimanek-yes; Wilczek-yes.

A motion was made by Wilczek and

seconded by Shimanek to approve

request from County Clerk to remove

Katie Schroeder as Requesting Officer

and add Mary Bonilla as Requesting

Officer. Motion approved with the

following votes: Schroder-yes;

Shimanek-yes; Wilczek-yes.

A motion was made by Shimanek and

seconded by Wilczek to approve

resolution to dispose of equipment from

Kingfisher Fire Department to junk Skid

Unit #RFE-400-01. Motion approved

with the following votes cast: Schroder

yes; Shimanek-yes; Wilczek-yes

A motion was made by Wilczek and

seconded by Shimanek to disapprove

pipeline crossing permit request from

Hinkle Oil & Gas to start in the SW/4 of

the NW/4 of Sec. 22-19N-6W crossing

road N 2900 and ending in the NE/4 of

the SE/4 of Sec. 21-19N-6W. Motion

approved with the following votes cast:

Schroder yes; Shimanek-yes; Wilczekyes.

A motion was made by Wilczek and

seconded by Shimanek to adjourn.

Motion approved with the following votes

cast: Schroder-yes; Shimanek-yes;

Wilczek-yes.

Meeting adjourned at 9:55 a.m.

Keith Schroder, Chairman

Ray Shimanek, Vice-Chairman

Ed Wilczek, Member

Teresa Wood, Kingfisher County Clerk

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Legal notice

(Published Wednesday, April 3 and 10,

2013, in the Kingfisher Times and Free

Press.)

INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the

City of Kingfisher, Kingfisher, Oklahoma

will receive sealed bids in the Office of

the City Clerk, Kingfisher Municipal

Building, 301 North Main Street,

Kingfisher OK, 73750, until 4:00 P.M.,

April 25, 2013. The City Clerk must

receive bids before the time and date

stated above. The City of Kingfisher

reserves the right to reject any and all

bids. Additional information can be

obtained from the Office of the City Clerk,

Kingfisher Municipal Building, 301 N.

Main Street, Kingfisher, Okla. The City of

Kingfisher invites you to submit a sealed

bid for the following item:

DOWNTOWN LANDSCAPE

MAINTENANCE

Areas: Welcome Center/Chisholm Trail

Monument Area; Intersections of Main

Street at Broadway, Miles, Admire, and

Robberts to include trees in between.

Specifications: Spring and Fall Annuals;

Mulch applied seasonally; Pruning,

weeding, and maintenance of flower

beds, shrubs, and trees; Control and

operation of irrigation; Bi-monthly

cleanup and inspection of project;

Quarterly productivity report to

management.

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Competitive Pay • 401(k) • Paid Holidays • Paid Time Off

• Medical, Dental & Life Insurance

• Profit Sharing & Safety Bonus • Possible Relocation

Reimbursement with Tenure

These positions will be at the Fairview, OK yard.

Applicants should apply at office located 2.5 mi. north of

Fairview Hwy 60. We are an equal opportunity employer

with a drug-free environment.

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Legal notices

(Published Wednesday, March 27, and

April 3, 2013, in the Kingfisher Times and

Free Press)

NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL

ACCOUNT, PETITION FOR

DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP,

DISTRIBUTION AND SETTLEMENT

OF ESTATES

Cause No. PB-2012-21

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

KINGFISHER COUNTY, STATE OF

OKLAHOMA

In the Matter of the Wills and Estate of

Frederick William Veninga, Deceased,

AND Delores Meehan Veninga,

Deceased

NOTICE is hereby given that Karen

Helen Veninga Driscoll, Francis David

Vincent Veninga, and Frederick William

Veninga, Jr., the duly appointed and

qualified Co-Personal Representatives

of the Estate of Frederick William

Veninga, Deceased, and the Estate of

Dolores Meehan Veninga, Deceased,

have filed in this Court the Final Account

and report of the administration as such

Co-Personal Representatives and the

Petition for Determination of Heirs, Distribution

and Final Settlement, and that

Wednesday, the 17th day of April, 2013,

at 9:00 A.M. in the Courtroom of the

District Court in Kingfisher, Kingfisher

County, Oklahoma has been duly appointed

by the said Court for the final

settlement of said account, and for hearing

of the Petition for Distribution, and

determination of heirship, at which time

and place any persons interested may

appear and file exceptions and show

cause, if any they have, why said accounts

should not be settled and allowed

and the said estates distributed and the

Co-Personal Representatives discharged.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have

hereunto set my hand this 25th day of

March, 2013.

/s/ Robert E. Davis

Judge

Ralph Harrison (OBA #3926)

Jared Harrison (OBA #21515)

Harrison & Mecklenburg, Inc.

202 North 6th Street, P.O. Box 658

Kingfisher, Oklahoma 73750

Attorneys for Co-Personal

Representatives

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(Published Wednesday, April 3 and 10,

2013, in the Kingfisher Times and Free

Press.)

SECTION 00100

SOLICITATION FOR BIDS

Sealed proposals will be received by the

Board of Education, Independent

School District Number 371007,

Kingfisher Public Schools, Kingfisher,

Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, at the

Office of the Superintendent of

Schools, located at 602 W. Chisholm

Dr., Kingfisher, Oklahoma 73750, until

3:30 PM, Central Daylight Savings

Time, on the 24th day of April, 2013, at

which time said bids will be publicly

opened and read aloud for furnishing

all labor and materials for the

complete construction of:

Kingfisher Public Schools

High School Flooring

Replacement

Kingfisher, Oklahoma

Bids received more than ninety-six (96)

hours, excluding Saturdays, Sundays,

and holidays, before the time set for

opening bids, as well as bids received

after the time set for opening bids, will

not be considered and will be returned

unopened.

Copies of the Bidding Documents are on

file in the office of the Owner, and the

Architect and are open for public

inspection during normal business

hours.

Complete sets of Bidding Documents

may be obtained by applying to the

office of the Architect, LWPB

Architecture, 5909 NW Expressway,

Suite 109, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

73132..

Applications for Bidding Documents

must be accompanied by a deposit of

Fifty Dollars and no cents ($50.00) per

Set. The refund of this deposit must be

claimed within seven (7) days from the

time of opening bids.

Sub-Contractors are required to obtain

plans and specifications from the

general contractor and / or plan rooms

or purchase sets from the Architect at

the cost of printing. Partial sets are not

available. This purchase is nonrefundable.

A cashier's check, a certified check, or a

surety bond in the amount of five

percent (5%) of the bid shall

accompany the sealed proposal of

each bidder. Bid guarantees will be

returned to the unsuccessful bidders.

The Owner reserves the right to reject

any and all bids.

Board of Education

Independent School District

No. 371007

Kingfisher Public Schools

Kingfisher, Oklahoma

By: President, Board of Education

END OF SECTION

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(Published Wednesday, March 27, and April

3, 2013, in the Kingfisher Times and Free

Press)

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

KINGFISHER COUNTY,

STATE OF OKLAHOMA

In the Matter of the Estate of

Gene M. Woodfin, deceased.

No. PB-2013-20

COMBINED NOTICE OF HEARING

PETITION FOR SUMMARY ADMINIS-

TRATION, APPOINTMENT OF SPECIAL

ADMINISTRATOR AND PERSONAL

REPRESENTATIVE, DETERMINATION

OF HEIRS, LEGATEES AND DEVISEES,

ISSUANCE OF LETTERS OF SPECIAL

ADMINISTRATION, NOTICE TO

CREDITORS, ADMISSION OF FOREIGN

WILL TO PROBATE, FINAL ACCOUNT,

DISTRIBUTION AND DISCHARGE

TO: All persons interested in the Estate of

Gene M. Woodfin:

You are hereby notified that on the 25th

day of March, 2013, Jerry Ann Woodfin filed

in said Court her Petition for Summary Administration,

Appointment of Special Administrator

and Personal Representative, Determination

of Heirs, Legatees and Devisees,

Issuance of Letters of Special Administration,

Notice to Creditors, Admission of Foreign

Will to Probate, Final Account, Distribution

and Discharge (the "Petition") praying

that the Court appoint the Petitioner as the

Special Administrator under Title 58 OS

§§245 et seq. to serve without bond; that a

date be fixed for hearing the Petition and

notice thereof given as required by law; that

the Court admit the Last Will and Testament

of the decedent filed contemporaneously

with the Petition to probate; that the Court

determine the heirs, legatees and devisees

of the decedent and, in due course, approve

the final account, distribute the property of

the estate, appoint a Personal Representative

if necessary, and discharge the Special

Administrator and, if appointed, the Personal

Representative.

The Petitioner has alleged that the decedent,

Gene M. Woodfin, died, testate, on or

about November 12, 2010, and his domicile

and last residence was 506 Shadywood Rd,

City of Houston, in the County of Harris,

State of Texas, at the age of 91 years.

The name of the Petitioner is Jerry Ann

Woodfin and her address is 506 Shadywood

Rd, Houston, TX 77057.

The total value of the estate in the State

of Oklahoma is believed to be in the probable

value of $188,802.00.

A final account and petition for determination

of heirs, legatees and devisees and

distribution will be filed on or before the 2nd

day of May, 2013.

Notice is hereby given that a hearing will

be held on the 22nd day of May, 2013, at 9:00

o'clock A.M., at the District Courtroom, Kingfisher

County Courthouse, 101 S. Main

Street, Kingfisher, Oklahoma before Judge

Robert E. Davis. At the hearing the Court will

decide whether to approve the Petition, order

summary administration proceedings, admit

the decedent’s Last Will and Testament filed

contemporaneously with the Petition, approve

the Final Account, determine heirs,

legatees and devisees, distribute the estates,

appoint a Personal Representative if

necessary, and discharge the Special Administrator

and, if appointed, the Personal

Representative.

Any person objecting to this matter

must file said objection at least ten days

before the date of hearing and send a

copy thereof to the Petitioners, in care of

Patrick J. Gibson of Schulte, Schneiter &

Gibson, P.L.L.C., 302 North Main, Kingfisher,

OK 73750, or you will be deemed

to have waived any objections. If you have

no objections, you need not appear at the

hearing or make any filings with the Court.

All creditors having claims against Gene

M. Woodfin, deceased, are required to

present the same, with a description of all

security interests and other collateral (if any)

held by each creditor with respect to such

claim, to the named Special Administrator, at

the Resident Agent’s address at Patrick J.

Gibson, 302 North Main Street, Kingfisher,

Oklahoma, 73750 on or before the following

presentment date: April 24, 2013 , or the

same will be forever barred.

Jerry Ann Woodfin,

Petitioner,

By /s/ Patrick J Gibson

Patrick J. Gibson, OBA

#15524

Of Schulte, Schneiter &

Gibson, P.L.L.C.

302 North Main Street

Kingfisher, OK 73750

(405) 375-4165

Attorneys for Petitioner

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(Published Wednesday, April 3 and 10,

2013, in the Kingfisher Times and Free

Press.)

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

KINGFISHER COUNTY,

STATE OF OKLAHOMA

In the Matter of the Estate of

MARY SUE WHEELBARGER,

deceased.

PB-2013-17

NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO

PRESENT CLAIMS

All creditors having claims against

Mary Sue Wheelbarger, deceased, are

required to present the same with a description

of all security interests and

other collateral (if any) held by each

creditor with respect to such claim, to the

named Personal Representative, at 302

North Main Street, Kingfisher, Oklahoma

73750, on or before the following presentment

date, June 3, 2013, or same

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at the USDA Service Center, 1600 South

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Friday, April 5. Contact the Conservation

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AREA DEATH

Don Ryan

Don Ryan, 57, of Kingfisher

ied Friday, March 29, 2013,

t Mercy Health Center in

klahoma City.

Funeral services were set

or 11 a.m. Wednesday at the

irst Christian Church in

ingfisher with the Rev.

arilyn Merle officiating. Arangements

are under direcion

of Sanders Funeral Serice

in Kingfisher.

He was born Oct. 21, 1955,

n Thomas to Billy Joe and

wila Ballew Ryan.

He graduated from Okeene

igh School in 1974.

He married Cheryl Garrett

n Dec. 4, 1976, in Kingfisher.

He was employed at Pioeer

Telephone Cooperative.

Survivors include his

other, Twila Ryan of Keller,

exas; wife, Cheryl of the

ome; one son, Jeffrey Ryan

nd wife Sara of Moore; one

aughter, Kristin Price and

usband Justin of Mustang;

wo brothers, Sam Ryan and

ife Druanne of Sentinel and

erry Ryan and wife Jill of

oanoke, Texas, and three

randchildren.

He was preceded in death

y his father, Joe.

California auto

emission rules to

become nationwide

by Sam Rolley

PHOTOS.COM

New rules proposed by the

Administration of Barack

Obama would implement

tighter restrictions on sulfur in

gasoline in a bid to curb motor

vehicle emissions pollution.

Fuel industry experts, however,

are warning that the rules

may also have an impact on the

price of fuel and, by extension,

the economy as a whole.

The rules, which would take

effect in 2017, would reduce

sulfur in gasoline by more than

60 percent and reduce nitrogen

oxides by 80 percent, according

to proponents of the

plan. The so-called Tier 3 standards

are modeled after tough

emissions laws already in place

in the State of California.

“We estimate the rule will

reduce smog by 30 percent,”

Bill Becker, executive director

of the National Association of

Clean Air Agencies told CNN.

Oil refineries and gas industry

groups are speaking out

against rules in the EPA package

that would require them to

remove more sulfur from petroleum,

a process that they

say will drive up the cost of

gasoline by 10 cents per gallon

or more.

A study conducted by energy

consulting firm Baker &

O’Brien concluded that additional

rules the EPA could put

into place such as a vapor pressure

reduction requirement

could drive the cost of fuel up

by as much as 25 cents per gallon.

“There is a tsunami of federal

regulations coming out of

the EPA that could put upward

pressure on gasoline prices, the

American Petroleum Institute’s

Bob Greco said. “EPA’s proposed

fuel regulations are the

latest example. Consumers care

about the price of fuel, and our

government should not be adding

unnecessary regulations

that raise manufacturing costs,

especially when there are no

proven environmental benefits.

We should not pile on new

regulations when existing

regulations are working.”

Tax Myths

[Continued From Page 5]

the types of econometric models

performed by OCPA and

ALME use very short-term

rates of change (e.g., year over

year) and not levels of the variables

of interest in the study.

Many fixed or slow-moving

cross-state non-fiscal factors

fall away arithmetically in a

rate-of-change. For example,

the share of the population

with at least a bachelor’s degree

does not change much

from year to year. While economists

tend to prefer more data

to less, at the same time the

most potent econometric techniques

are very consumptive

of data, which is why one must

be cautious to include large

numbers of factors in the analysis.

Adding more variables is

not a good substitute for a wellthought-out,

a priori theoretical

case for each variable. Indeed,

an agnostic focus on the

key variables is a less-biased

research posture than a selective

inclusion of many factors

in a limited-data setting.

Rogers also criticizes the use of

percent changes in personal

income as the dependent variable

in the OCPA/ALME

study. She fails to provide an

alternative measure that she

believes to be superior. Ironically,

Rogers employs percentage

changes in examining the

employment impacts of tax

changes in a paper she coauthored

in 2004. As the only

study cited in ITEP’s critique,

ITEP places a great deal of

weight on the aforementioned

article by James Alm and Janet

Rogers. Alm and Rogers’ paper

is so muddled, however,

that a recent working paper

reviewing the literature in this

area had to exclude it from the

review. Indeed, it thus comes

as no surprise that the authors

themselves find their results

statistically “fragile.” In fact,

Alm and Rogers do not include

statutory tax rates among the

more than 130 variables examined

in their study. This is despite

Rogers’ earlier advice that

research should include such

data. While Alm and Rogers’

analysis includes many variables

from sunshine to oil production,

the paper provides no

indication of the significance

or size of these variables. The

exclusion of statutory rates

from the paper suggests that

many of the variables used by

Alm and Rogers are irrelevant.

Kent Olson attempts to provide

a highly technical criticism

of the statistical model

used by OCPA and ALME.

However, Olson’s memorandum

fundamentally

mischaracterizes the independent

variables used by OCPA

and ALME, thus rendering

nearly all of Olson’s analysis

meaningless. Cynthia Rogers

argues that the link between

tax rates and economic growth

has not been established. In

contrast, in 2010 – two years

before Rogers’ memorandum

– one of the top journals in

economics, The American Economic

Review, published a

widely circulated article by

Christina D. Romer and David

H. Romer making such a link

“The Macroeconomic Effects

of Tax Changes: Estimates

Based on a New Measure of

Fiscal Shocks.” The results

were discussed in the pages of

The New York Times and The

Wall Street Journal. Indeed, the

economics profession has hundreds

of articles, working papers,

and other research testing

the existence and size of

the relationship between tax

rates and economic growth. An

EconLit search of the term “tax

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rates” with the term “economic

growth” provided more than

400 articles – and that’s just

since 1960. Indeed, Rogers’ own

work, which she cites in her

memorandum, advises the use

of tax rates to evaluate tax effects.

Willner makes the bold

and unsupported statement

that “economists use real, inflation-adjusted

data almost exclusively.”

He argues that the

data must be “inflation-adjusted.”

Willner does not explain

what he means by “inflation-adjusted,”

but it seems that

he is confusing consumer inflation

with a GDP deflator.

Nevertheless, there are important

reasons why researchers

would avoid using any form of

inflation-adjusted data for a

state-level analysis. The key

reason is that much of the data

that are inflation adjusted by

the data provider tend to apply

a national inflation rate to the

state-level data. This then raises

the question whether the results

are from actual state-bystate

changes or from use of an

inappropriate inflation adjustment.

Willner complains that

OCPA and ALME’s use of state

and local expenditures as a

share of personal income is

problematic. However, he provides

no alternative that he

believes to be superior.

Failed ‘Progressive’ Policies

Should Be Shunned

The policies of the progressive

movement in the United States

spring from a philosophy that

has neither theoretical nor empirical

foundation. It has its

foundation in a mistaken belief

that personal effort, entrepreneurship,

and risk-taking are

unrelated to the economic

health of the nation and that

the benefits of that initiative

can be redistributed without

adverse consequence. In contrast,

it is clear that free markets,

low marginal tax rates,

fiscal restraint, and small government

constitute the real

foundation for economic

growth. The divisive progressive

agenda of policies that

punish success and reward failure

should be shunned and

Americans should return to the

principles of unfettered markets

and equal opportunity.

Implementation of the progressive

agenda undoubtedly will

succeed in reducing the wealth

of a minority of Americans but

will impair the prospects and

economic well-being of the

least fortunate even more dramatically.

Free-market policy

and the growth it engenders

are the most effective means of

improving the lives of all

Americans.

Eric Fruits, Ph.D., is an adjunct

professor at Portland State

University and Pacific Northwest

College of Art. His economic

analyses have been

widely cited and have been

published in The Economist, The

Wall Street Journal, and USA

Today. His statistical analyses

have been published in toptier

economics journals, and his

testimony regarding statistical

analysis has been accepted by

international criminal courts.

Randall Pozdena received his

B.A. in economics, with honors,

from Dartmouth College

and his Ph.D. in economics

from the University of California,

Berkeley. His former positions

include senior economist

at the Stanford Research Institute

(SRI International) and research

vice president of the

Federal Reserve Bank of San

Francisco. He has written more

than 50 refereed articles and

books and has been cited in The

Wall Street Journal, USA Today,

and numerous other national

and regional publications.

SATURDAY

APRIL 6 TH

9 A.M. - 1 P.M.

WEATHER NEWS

(As recorded by Local Weather Observer

Steve Loftis in Kingfisher)

Day Hi Lo Pr.

March 27 71 22

March 28 74 42

March 29 72 38

March 30 79 52 .57

March 31 69 54 .10

April 1 61 45

April 2 41 40 .30

Rainfall

January Rainfall 1.98

February rainfall 3.97

March rainfall 1.24

April rainfall to date .30

January 2012 rainfall 1.85

February 2012 rainfall 1.66

March 2012 rainfall 2.14

Cheaper college?

In a recent post (“$10,000

College Degree Is an Idea Worth

Spreading”) – Oklahoma State

University president Burns

Hargis, a former banker who

recognizes the potential for increased

productivity in higher

education. “That’s what’s happened

in business, and it’s what

needs to happen in higher education,”

Hargis says. “We need

to do more, better and cheaper.”

As one of his OSU colleagues

points out in a new paper, it’s

already happening. Vance H.

Fried serves as Riata Professor

of Entrepreneurship at Oklahoma

State University. He’s also

a research fellow at OCPA and

says “college in the not-too-distant

future will look substantially

different from college today.”

It will be better and drastically

cheaper. While existing

colleges and universities will

fight against it, change is coming.

This change is driven by

what could be called “Online

2.0,” a truly disruptive innovation.

Online 2.0 takes today’s

version of online education to

another level by making the

whole curriculum competencybased

and using self-paced

courses that eliminate the need

for a course instructor.

“The earliest version of

Online 2.0 has already been introduced

successfully to the

market by Western Governors

University,” Fried says. WGU

was established in 1997 by 19

governors, including Oklahoma

Gov. Frank Keating. “WGU is a

regionally accredited private

institution that receives no state

subsidies and is tuition-financed,”

Fried adds. “WGU is

purely an Online institution.

The average time needed to

complete a degree is 30

months.” with a total tuition of

about $17,000.

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April 2012 rainfall 3.93

May 2012 rainfall 3.02

June 2012 rainfall 4.61

July 2012 rainfall 2.02

August 2012 rainfall 2.91

September 2012 rainfall 1.89

October 2012 rainfall 0.86

November 2012 rainfall 0.34

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