June 9, 2009 TUESDAY Volume 82 No. 274
CLINTON DAILY NEWS
Clinton, Oklahoma Serving Western Oklahoma Since 1903 www.clintondailynews.com
Sports FIREFIGHTERS WORK to douse raging flames which
erupted Sunday evening when a tanker truck hauling crude oil
overturned and exploded on the I-40 on-ramp from Highway 183,
killing the driver. (CDN photo by Robert S. Bryan)
Akin win 5K
Fiery tanker crash kills one Woman from
A young trucker from
Burns Flat was killed
be cleaning up the site for
about the next week and a
the Oklahoma Depart-
ment of Transportation
Patrol reported that the
truck was traveling north in crash, fire
shortly after 6:30 p.m. Sun- half. was on the scene quickly on U.S. 183 when Cofield Sunday’s fatality in
day when the tanker truck Long did not know how and built a dike which attempted to turn left onto Clinton wasn’t the only
he was driving overturned much of the oil – presum- contained the refuse after the on-ramp. Villines said one in western Oklahoma
and exploded just off U.S. ably fresh from area wells less than a hundred yards. the vehicle was traveling that day in which a vehicle
Highway 183 in Clinton, – was on board. Battalion Long said Monday he had too fast for the turn and wrecked and caught fire.
sending flames shooting Chief Billy Challis of the a truck on the way to suck the load shifted, causing Nearly four miles east
high into the air and black Clinton Fire Department it up. the truck to lay over on of Binger, 22-year-old
smoke boiling north across said he heard 190 barrels Plains Marketing of its side. McKyna Gracia of Hydro
Arapaho the city’s horizon. but he did not know that Houston, Texas, owned the “It then exploded and was killed when the 1997
to salute Dead is Kent Louis Co- for a fact. truck, said Challis. A Clin- burned completely,” his BMW she was driving
firefighters field, 24. He was the only Challis estimated a ton Daily News call to the report said. ran off the left side of
Page 4 occupant. third of the truck’s oil load company’s headquarters Rescuers were not able U.S. Highway 281, trav-
The truck was carry- was saved. He said quite was not returned. to recover the driver’s body eled 240 feet and struck a
ing crude oil, said Mark a bit, along with water The accident occurred until the flames subsided, tree. The car then caught
Long, emergency response sprayed on the fire, ran at the top of the west on- said Challis. A local funer- fire and burned.
manager for January Envi- down an embankment into ramp to Interstate 40. al home spokesperson said Ms. Gracia was pinned
ronmental Services Inc. of a ditch that flows to the Trooper Matt Villines of the body was taken to the in the vehicle and died at
Oklahoma City, which will Washita River. However, the Oklahoma Highway state medical examiner’s the scene. Her condition
office in Oklahoma City. prior to the accident was
State chamber execs coming Firemen remained on
the scene until 3:15 a.m.
listed as unknown; the
Between 45 and 50 tives from 31 different com- lege of hosting the OCCE Monday. Twenty-two lo- report said “apparently
people are expected, be- munities across the state. convention. The conference cal firefighters responded, sleepy” as the cause of
ginning Wednesday, for There will also be seven is held twice a year with either going to the scene the mishap.
a three-day Oklahoma vendors with displays at the November conference or standing by at the sta- The accident happened
Chamber of Commerce Ex- the statewide conference. always held in Oklahoma tion. Units from Bessie, at 5:03 a.m. Sunday.
ecutives (OCCE) Mid-Year Local officials are City. Arapaho, Weatherford and Trooper Randy Stone
Conference at the Frisco excited by the fact this Next year, the summer Canute also assisted. indicated a medical ex-
Center in Clinton, accord- year’s conference will have conference will be hosted With the wind out of amination would be per-
ing to Clinton Chamber of a larger attendance than in by Ardmore. Last year, it the south, the smoke blew formed on the victim. He
Commerce President Erin 2008. There could even be was held at Poteau. Adams north and was never an did not know if a seatbelt
Adams. some additional latecomers serves on the OCCE Board (See SMOKE, P. 2) (See DRIVER, P. 4)
Page 5 Among the group, Ad- at the event. of Directors.
ams said, will be more
than 40 chamber execu-
Adams said she had to
put in a bid for the privi-
Adams said a priority of
(See CHAMBER, P. 4)
Refuse drop site moving
Entertainment The City of Clinton Monday-Friday and 10
Sanitation refuse drop a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
Dear Abby site will be moved to its This location will re-
Dr. Gott new location at 101 Glenn place the one at the city
Comics Smith Rd. Wednesday, ac- shop at N. Second and
cording to city officials. Orient.
Crossword This location will City officials also said
Cipher have an attendant and additional stop signs will
Horoscope will be fenced. Security be installed at the inter-
cameras and locks will be section of Peterson Drive
Page 6 installed. and Springhill Road in
The hours of operation Sights Acres to make this
will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. a 3-way stop.
Acme adult art
Kim Norton’s equine art caught the eye of the judge
and emerged as “Best of Show” at the 2009 Art Show
at Acme Brick Park in Clinton Saturday.
Arts, crafts, performing arts, demonstrations,
children’s art and food marked the annual art ex-
Adult art results were:
Oil, Acrylic — Tom Simonton, first; Cynde Root,
second; James Buck Barnett, third.
Page 8 Watercolor — Ken Watson, firtst; Sumiko Hulett,
second; K.W. Whitley, third.
Sculpture, Pottery — John Hernandez, first; Leroy
Schultz, second; Larry Schmitz, third.
Graphic, Pastel — Randy Meyer, first; Carla Miller,
second; Danny Altobelle, third.
Photography — Pattie Cally, first; Angela’s Photog-
BEST OF SHOW for 2009 at the Art Show at Acme Brick Park in raphy, second.
Clinton went to this “Spring Fury” equine painting by Kim Norton of Crafts — Jeff Gullett, first; Gary Cook, second; Ed-
Wayne. (CDN photo by Robert S. Bryan) die Griffin, third.
P. 2, Clinton (Okla.) Daily News, Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Daugherty funeral set Steiner services held Smoke blew to north;
Funeral services for her husband, Wayne, Funeral services for in Clinton. Jackie and
Peggy Jane Daugherty, of Arapaho; a son, Dirk Jacqueline P. Steiner, Lawrence made their home
I-40 traffic unaffected
70, longtime Arapaho Daugherty, and his wife, 83-year-old Weatherford north of Weatherford. She (Continued from P. 1) oil spilled there. “They
resident, will be held at Bonnie, and a daughter, resident, were held Satur- taught school at Burns impediment to traffic on also took a loader and
10 a.m. Wednesday at Mitzi Merrell, and her day morning in the First Flat and Weatherford El- I-40. However, onlookers cleaned up some of the
the First husband, Randy, all Baptist Church of Weather- ementary for more than stopping along U.S. 183 debris when they were
Christian of Arapaho, and sons, ford with 20 years. did create some conges- done,” he said.
Church in Kenny Daugherty, and Pastor Jackie enjoyed read- tion initially. A lmquist said the
C l i nt on , his wife, Lynda, and Shane Hall ing, traveling, spending Clinton police and flames were so hot they
with Rev. Jeff Daugherty, and his officiating. time with friends and her ODOT personnel assisted melted plastic blocks in
Loyd Hall wife, Caren, all of Elk Burial grandchildren and great- OHP with traffic control. a nearby guardrail and
officiating. City; 12 grandchildren, was in the grandchildren. Brent Almquist, Division distorted a metal traffic
Daugh- Janae Chittum, and her Greenwood Jackie was a member 5 engineer for ODOT, sign approximately 20
erty was husband, Clay, Korrie Cemetery of the VFW Ladies Aux- said his people put sand feet north of the accident
born Aug. Meyer, and her husband, under the iliary, Kappa Kappa Iota on the highway to blot up site. He said the sign was
7, 1938, in Brian, Travis Daugherty, direction of and Retired Teachers. Me- misshapen and could not
Arapaho, the daughter of and his wife, Kayla, Alan Lockstone Funeral Home morials may be made to be read.
Troy and Pearl (Steward) Daugherty, and his wife, of Weatherford. Southwestern Oklahoma CHS Football “But the biggest thing
Barrick, and died in her Katie, Kevin Merrell, Jackie was born in State University Educa- Booster Club is the fatality,” he said.
Arapaho home Sunday, and his wife, Lindsey, Weatherford, on June 2, tion Foundation. “All this other stuff can
June 7, 2009. Ryan Merrell, and his 1926, to Jink and Sybil She was survived by two set to meet be replaced. Our thoughts
She attended school in wife, Leanne, Traci Mer- (Walker) Harmon and daughters, Pam Roush, There will be a Clin- and prayers go out to the
Arapaho, where she met rell, and her husband, was raised in the Watonga and her husband, Clint, ton High School Football victim’s family.”
her high school sweet- Joseph, Hayden Daugh- area. She passed away on of Arapaho, and Peggy Booster Club meeting at Long said the cleanup
heart, Wayne Daugh- erty, Aaron Daugherty, Tuesday, June 2, 2009, in Newton, and her husband, 8 p.m. Wednesday at the process would include
erty. Taler Daugherty, Bran- Oklahoma City. Randy, of Cornelia, Ga.; 4 CHS Library. digging up contaminated
They were married son Daugherty; and 10 She attended school grandchildren; 10 great- Booster organizers ask soil and disposing of it,
Feb. 28, 1957, in Wel- great grandchildren, at Watonga High School, grandchildren; and 1 all parents and support- and replacing it with
lington, Texas, and Brady Chittum, Paxton, graduating in 1943. Jackie brother, Robert Schreiner, ers of CHS football play- other soil and laying
celebrated their 54th Emily and Isaac Meyer, received her undergradu- and his wife, Ruth, of ers to attend. new sod.
wedding anniversary Kylee Daugherty, Benja- ate degree and master’s Downs, Kan.
this year. They had lived
their entire married life
min Daugherty, Adelee
and Mason Manseau
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P. 3, Clinton (Okla.) Daily News, Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Reds take home
By SEAN STEPHENS
Lopsided baseball scores had been turned in by both
Clinton and Weatherford during the first two rounds of
the Clinton Tournament, but Saturday the result proved
to be a good old fashioned final tally in the champion-
The Reds prevailed in a 2-1 final to defeat the Eagles
for the title.
Solid pitching, timely hits and superb defense by both
teams made this a competitive ballgame.
“It was a great atmosphere, especially for a summer
game. This was as good as a game as you’d see,” said
coach Kelly Gaunt.
Jarrett Richert went all seven innings for the Reds on
the pitching mound. The soon-to-be senior whiffed eight
batters and gave up three walks. The Eagles had the
bases loaded trailing by a run in the top of the seventh
when he served up a pop fly for Tommy Reeves to glove
in center field to end the contest.
“Jarrett did a great job on the mound,” Gaunt said.
“He had good stuff working and had a lot of hop in his
fastball. You thought he might start to tire there in
the fifth, but he worked through it and pitched a great
Clinton scored first in the bottom of the fourth.
Richert walked on four straight pitches to allow Chris
Faulkner to run the bases. Ethan Pool singled to put
runners on the corners and Ben Perez drove in a run
with a single to left.
Another run came in for the Reds in the fifth.
Ryan Stringer singled to short and advanced on a
wild pitch. Jakeb Willoughby sent a hit up the middle to
make it 2-0. The game could have been broken open had
JARRETT RICHERT brings the pitch for the Reds in the championship game of the Clin- the Eagles’ center fielder, Trevor Beiland, not made two
ton Tournament against Weatherford. (CDN photo by Sean Stephens) stellar plays on fly balls with runners on the bases.
As of June 5th, 2009, I have purchased the Caleb Zook Ins.
Agency and will be providing service for all of his Farmers
Westrick, Akin win 5K race
Local and area run- Weatherford, 27, 26:54,
Ins. Customers, and other companies he offered. 3rd place.
ners dominated the field
800 W. Gary Blvd. Saturday morning for Males 30-34: Brian
I look forward to serving your insurance needs. the Integris Clinton’s Kelley of Clinton, 34,
“ Race for Health” 5K 24:19, 1 st place; A lan
Valerie Boyles Miller Run/Walk. The runners Kohout of Thomas, 31,
Insurance Agency star ted shor tly a fter 24:22, 2 nd place; Tom
800 W. Gary Blvd. • Clinton • 323-2285 7:30 a.m. Saturday at Davis of Elk City, 32,
(yellow bldg. next to Dairy Queen)
Acme Brick Park and 34:07, 3rd place.
finished at the Clinton Females 30-34: Mary
High School Track. A kin of Weatherford,
Cl i nt on’s Ga r y 30, 22:33, 1st place and
Westr ick , 18 a nd a 1 s t overa l l; Sha n non
distance runner for the Dowdell of Clinton, 34,
CHS track team, proved 27:53, 2nd place; Latasha
Serving the finest in Mexican-American cuisine! to be the top male run- Graybill of Clinton, 30,
Open Daily: 11am-9pm ner with a time of 19:39 35:51, 3 rd place; Kristi
and Weatherford’s Mary Flies of Clinton, 33, 43:
Serving Mixed Drinks & Daily Specials Akin, 30, finished in a 11, 4th place.
time of 22:33 to win the Males 35-39: Johnny
“Try our seasoned fajitas & other mouth watering favorites” female division. Red of Clinton, 36, 23:
1106 S. 10th • Clinton, OK • 580-323-6939 Westrick edged Clin- 25, 1 st place; Christo-
ton’s Kaden Stratton, 20 pher Kolker of Clinton,
and one of his former 39, 26:14, 2nd place.
track teammates, by Females 35-39: Anne
We’ve Moved!! two seconds and Akin
had a more youth ful
Red of Clinton, 36, 24:
3 5 , 1 s t place a nd 3 r d
challenger in the form overall; Gina Williams
of Baylee Warnke, 13, of Clinton, 37, 25:15,
with a time of 23:49 for 2 nd place and 4 th over-
second place. all; Shane Aneshansley
Integris Clinton Re- of Clinton, 38, 26:03, 3rd
gional Hospital served place; Marcie Kohout of
as the primary spon- Thomas, 35, 27:00, 4th
sor for this year’s race place; Amy Smith Ross
serving as a fundraiser of Clinton, 37, 30:13, 5th
for the CHS track pro- place.
gram. Males 40 -4 4: Bent
Foot & Ankle Clinic The following is the
complete field in order
Case of Clinton, 41, 30:
38, 1st place; CB Ingham
of Western Oklahoma of f i n ish w ith i n the
runners’ respective age
of Clinton, 40, 35:51, 2nd
and d iv isions for the 5K GARY WESTRICK of Clinton crosses the Females 40-44: Susan
Shepard of Arapaho, 40,
race: finish line to win the 5K race with Clinton’s
Dr. Brad Nelson Males 9-12: Stuart
Moore of Foss, 12, 24:
Kaden Stratton only a couple of seconds be- 26:06, 1st place; Stepha-
nie Whittington of Arap-
We are now located in our brand new hind him. (CDN photo by Robert S. Bryan) aho, 40, 27:06, 2nd place;
24, 1st place
building at 207 S. 30th St. in Clinton, OK: Females 9-12: Raitlin Farni of Elk City, 15, place. Jill Weedon of Arapaho,
Just one block South of Integris Clinton Farni of Elk City, 11, 21:17, 1st place and 3 rd Females 13-15: Bay- 42, 28:20, 3rd place.
32:55, 1st place; Nicole overall; Trevor Ham of lee Warnke of Canute, Females 45-49: Mick-
Regional Hospital. Our phone number Warnke of Canute, 11, Canute, 15, 23:27, 2 nd 13, 23:49, 1st place and ey Vogt of Weatherford,
has not changed: 580-323-5800 33:10, 2nd place. place; Jacob Farni of 2 nd overall; Laci Wil- 48, 36:07, 1st place; Da-
Males 13-15: Anthony Elk City, 14, 26:25, 3rd liams of Clinton, 13, cia Phillips of Clinton,
25:32, 2nd place; Jessilra 47, 39:40, 2nd place.
Franklin of Canute, 13, Males 50-54: Justin
28:45, 3rd place; Ashlen Warnke of Canute, 51,
Franklin of Canute, 29: 26:04, 1 st place; Karl
33, 4th place. Ivey of Hammon, 50, 26:
Males 16 -19 : Gary 37, 2nd place; Buddy Vogt
Westrick of Clinton, 18, of Weatherford, 50, 26:
19:39, 1st place and 1st 56, 3rd place.
TIRE AND SERVICE L.L.C. overall; Hunter Warnke
of Canute, 16, 21:24, 2 nd
Male 55-59: Don Lacy
of Clinton, 55, 24:46, 1st
place and 4 th overall; place.
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Complete Farm & Road Service overall. 57, 1st place.
Males 20-24: Kaden Female 60-64:
Stratton of Clinton, 20, L avonne R ounds of
Brad Lambeth, owner 19:41 1st place and 2 nd Fort Cobb, 63, 44:52, 1st
500 North 4th Street • Clinton, Oklahoma Females 25-29: Misty Male 65-69: Gerald
M-F 8-12 580-323-2485 • 1-877-232-8473 Hall of Clinton, 29, 25:
23 , 1 s t place a nd 5 t h
Green of Clinton, 69,
26:45, 1st place.
Sat. 8 After hours 580-445-8302 overall; Miriam Ivey of
Hammon, 27, 26:05, 2nd
Male 70-74: Buff Bur-
tis of Clinton, 72, 26:43,
place; Nikki Schalla of 1st place.
P. 4, Clinton (Okla.) Daily News, Tuesday, June 9, 2009
HEAVY BLACK SMOKE billows from a fire that occurred Sunday evening when a tanker truck carrying crude oil overturned onto its side
and exploded just after turning off U.S. Highway 183 onto the westbound Interstate-40 on-ramp. The picture at right is what the scene looked
like after the flames were extinguished and the smoke subsided. One person died in the accident. (CDN photos by Robert S. Bryan)
CHAMBER Driver departs scene after
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the local chamber is to
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was being worn or if air-
Plains Regional Medi-
cal Center in Elk City
high rate of speed” prior
to the 9:41 p.m. accident.
tives will get a ground-eye
view of the community both
Gracemont police and
and was listed later in
Darr left the scene, the
report said, and was
Binger firemen assisted A report by Trooper
Thursday and Friday as
they walk from the Frisco at the scene, along with B.J. Payne said Ram-
transported the next day
to the Elk City hospital
Gwens Fashions & Gifts
the Oklahoma Depart- pley was a passenger in Tuesday-Saturday 9:30am-5:30pm
to luncheons at Gayla’s at where he was treated
ment of Transportation. a 2001 Lincoln driven by and released. Ph: 323-4128 • 1 Mile East of Clinton on Hwy 66.
the Market Wednesday and
At the opposite end of Jeffrey Allan Darr, 38, of
Café Clinton Thursday. His condition prior Turtle Creek Lots: #305 S. 4th,
Dinners will be held this general geographic Canute, who failed to ne- to the accident was #217 S. 18th-$25,000
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday area, 32-year-old Chris- gotiate a curve and ran unknown. Payne cited
at Montana Mike’s and 6
p.m. Thursday at White
topher Paul Rampley
of Elk City sustained
off the roadway to the
left. His car hit a util-
excessive speed as the
cause of the mishap.
a neck injury Saturday ity pole, went through 808 Gary Blvd. • Clinton, OK • Mike Perkins, Broker
Dog Hill. Lt. Don Ker r and
While an OCCE board night when a car ran off a fence and overturned Trooper Ronnie Argan- 206 S. 3rd • Clinton 2- 53.3 Acre Tracts
4 bed, 1 1/2 bath, Shop $106,600 per tract
meeting is on tap Wednes- State Highway 34 one half a turn onto its top. bright assisted at the Only......$40,000 East of Arapaho on Arapaho Rd.
day afternoon, a series of mile south of Leedey and Payne’s report said scene, along with Leedey Owner will pay 5% of Selling Price On:
breakout sessions on vari- over turned. R ampley the car was traveling police and Dewey County
was treated at Great north at an “extreme 706 Magnolia • Cordell 421 S. Linwood • Cordell
ous chamber topics are set sheriff’s officers. Large Garage with Apartment 2 story, 3 bed, 2 bath, CH&A, 2-1 bed
all day Thursday and Fri-
Public budget hearing
$16,500 rental upstairs 3 car garage......$99,000
day morning at the Frisco. Ph: 580-323-3092 • Fax 580-323-2786
Adams said the meetings
are for chamber officials
Topics and presenters
set tomorrow at noon • Carpet & Furniture Specialists
• Fire & Water Damage Restoration
A public hearing on of $15.4 million. Major P ubl ic Works Au-
• Legislative ses- the City of Clinton’s declines from the begin- thority cash is expected
sion wrap-up by the State • Call For A Free Estimate
proposed budget for the ning to the end of the to decline by $565,000,
Chamber. 2009-2010 fiscal year year on June 30, 2010, from $2.5 million to $1.9 • 24-Hour Emergency Service
• “Communicat- wh ich beg i ns July 1 a re budgeted i n the million, with $260,000
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• “Communicat- quired by state law to Economic Development Waste Authority, down
ing the Chamber’s Value give citizens an oppor- Fund was anticipated $167,000; the Hospital
through Economic Devel- tunity to comment on to drop by $792 ,0 0 0, Author ity, $116 ,0 0 0 ;
opment,” Roy Williams, the budget before it’s f rom $ 2 .1 mi l l ion t o the Recreation Author-
Greater Oklahoma City enacted. $1.3 million, as funds ity Construction Fund,
Chamber. A summary published were programmed for $95,000 (the fund will
• “Value Proposition: • Full Service Brokerage
on Page 7 of Thursday’s development of the Wal- drop to zero with the
How to Communicate ROI Clinton D aily News Mart site; it’s unclear completion of Acme • Retirement Plans
Effectively,” Cathi Hight, shows anticipated cash how that will be affected Brick Park); the Airport
Higher Performance on hand of $18.6 million now that Wal-Mart has Authority, $86,000; and • Stocks, Bonds & Mutual Funds
Group. at the beginning of the confirmed it won’t be the Industrial Authority,
• “Chambers Lead- • 401(k) Rollovers • IRA’s
budget year. More than coming. $65,000.
ing the Going Green Busi- half that – $ 9.4 mil-
• Competitive Brokered CD Rates
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a welcome reception will
hand at the end of the
2009-2010 fiscal year
CUSTOM We are gearing up for...
be hosted by the Clinton
Chamber and Frisco Cen-
ter at the Oklahoma Route
CABINETS • Playdays beginning Monday, June 1 at 7 p.m.
Woodworking • Fireplaces
66 Museum, followed by set for Thursday These will be every Monday in June
Built-ins • Storage • Trim
the dinner at Montana Arapaho Senior Citi- Crown Molding • Add-ons $5 per event for members
Mike’s. zens have set a 6:30 p.m. Remodeling & $10 per event for non-members
Each of the chamber of- Thursday meeting to Pizza & Wings! New Construction Roping on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 7 p.m.
ficials will be taking home honor members of the
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a “goody bag” of Clinton
Arapaho Volunteer Fire $
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promotional items from Department and their • CLINTON RODEO QUEEN Contest
the conference. families. Hunk A Pizza +
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Also honored will be
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said it is “well respected” Hosts for the evening
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Can a drug cause ruptured tendons?
DEAR DR. GOTT: I recently any associated problems. children, adolescents under information on the packaging rupture and tendonitis occur in and Merck, the manufacturer of
heard a statement on television DEAR READER: Leva- 18, and pregnant and nursing of Levaquin, Cipro, Avelox, about one in 100,000 people. Noroxin, have both agreed to
made by an attorney quin is a synthetic, women has not been estab- Noroxin and Floxin and up- Fluoroquinolones increase abide by the request. Oscient,
with regard to Leva- broad-spectrum lished, the drug is not recom- dated the information in 2008. that risk by up to four times, the manufacturer of Floxin, did
quin, causing tendon antibiotic used to mended for those people. Now, according to CNN, the according to the FDA. Of note not respond to news requests
rupture and asking treat or prevent Now, on to your question. FDA has ordered the manu- is the elevation of risk in people for comment.
anyone who suffered infections that are It would be my guess that an facturers of these drugs to over 60, those on concomitant I sound like a broken
with the problem to proven or strongly attorney is attempting to help add a black-box warning for steroid therapy and those with record when I indicate all
call a toll-free tele- suspected to be people who have experienced consumers that the drugs can kidney, heart and lung trans- medications can carry side
phone number. What caused by bacteria. adverse effects from the drug. cause possible tendon ruptures plants. effects, no matter how slim.
on earth is this all The drug is pre- I quite doubt he is acting on and tendonitis. The companies Bayer holds the licenses Speak with your physician if
about? Has an en- scribed to people behalf of the pharmaceutical involved with the manufacture for Cipro and Avelox and has he or she places you on one of
terprising law office 18 years of age and companies involved with the will be required to submit label agreed to make the changes as the drugs mentioned. Review
simply devised an- By Peter H. Gott, M.D. older for infections manufacture of fluoroquino- safety changes within 30 days outlined by the FDA; however, drugs in this category versus
other get-rich-quick such as acute bacte- lone, the class of drugs that of receipt of the request. If the Bayer has gone on record as in- others that might also work
scheme? Or is there validity to rial sinusitis, chronic bronchi- Levaquin and others inhabit. order is not complied with, dicating both drugs are effec- effectively. Together, you can
the issue? I've had family mem- tis, some urinary-tract infec- From 2001 to 2004, the each must submit the reasons tive and well tolerated. Ortho- make an appropriate decision
bers prescribed this drug by their tions and more. Because the Food and Drug Administra- why it did not believe such McNeil-Janssen, marketer of with regard to your medical
physicians but haven't heard of safety and efficacy in young tion (FDA) included warning changes are necessary. Tendon Levaquin in the United States, care.
‘Other woman’ regrets spending life with man
DEAR ABBY: I'm responding to "The Other Woman, probably getting what I deserve. to his marriage vows and trusted her to be true, too. If the
Anywhere, USA" (March 11). Please tell your readers if they LIVING WITH REGRET situation were reversed, I wouldn't want my wife to have an
find themselves in her shoes, they should RUN in affair with another man. Spiritually, it was an important and
the opposite direction. DEAR LIVING: You letter is a reminder that there painful lesson.
My husband, "John," and I both left our spouses is dignity in being alone and filling one's "down time" My advice to married people having an affair is to ask
to be together. It has been 10 years, and I regret leav- with good friends and helping the less fortunate. As yourselves how you would feel if you were being cheated on.
ing my ex-husband every day. I traded a wonderful I expected, "Other Woman's" letter generated a ton Do the right thing. Honesty and integrity matter.
marriage for an obnoxious, self-absorbed, arrogant of mail. Read on: FORMER OTHER MAN, ANYWERE, USA
John still spends Christmas Day with his ex and DEAR ABBY: Your reply to "The Other Woman" DEAR ABBY: I was the other woman for six years. It has
his adult children. He says it's out of guilt. He paid was 100 percent right on. I was once in love with a taken me a year to realize how unhealthy the relationship was
for his daughter's wedding reception with money married woman and won her heart. I thought, "All's for me. Not only did it damage my self-esteem, but the guilt
from our joint account. John went alone. I was "for- fair in love and war," and had little regard for her became unbearable. I wish I could go back and undo what I
bidden" to attend. By Jeanne Phillips
husband. Then I met him. have done. Luckily, I now have someone who cares about me
My "soul mate" usually forgets my birthday, and When I looked into his eyes, I knew what I was and accepts me — flaws and all — and loves me for who I am
one year he also "forgot" Christmas. If only I could turn back doing was wrong and bad karma. Here was a human being all the time, not just one or two hours a week.
time. I find myself praying for the end of time and realize I'm with a soul, who loved and trusted his wife, who was true WISER NOW IN VIRGINIA
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
— If you are alert, a valuable
lesson can be learned from
observing how another handles
a complex problem similar to
yours. It’ll be the answer you’ve
ALLEY OOP CANCER (June 21-July 22)
— Some worthwhile information
could come your way through a
discussion with a friend who
does not limit his or her think-
ing to conventional, traditional
concepts. Keep an open mind.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) —
Your ideas for fulfilling an am-
bitious undertaking at work are
worthy of implementation. Just
act in accord with your thinking
and impulses at this time.
MODERATELY CONFUSED KIT-N-CARLYLE VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) —
Don’t let another think for you,
because it’s important that you
can act in accordance with some
recently acquired knowledge that
would benefit you greatly.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
— Financial conditions appear to
be quite favorable. Even though
each transaction you make might
be small, it will add up to an im-
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
22) — Because your primary
thoughts will be on ways and
means to please others, it goes
without saying that companions
will find you an especially nice
person to be around.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-
Dec. 21) — It could pay to
economize in ways you hadn’t
planned. Tomorrow, there will
be something you’ll want to
BORN LOSER purchase, and you’ll be glad to
have the funds.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) — Keep your evening plans
open because, as the day wears
on, your mood is likely to grow
more gregarious and sociable.
Come nightfall, you won’t want
to be left out of the action.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) — You’ll gain a close friend
if you are available to someone
who is usually quite standoffish
FRANK & ERNEST and secretive. This person needs
someone to help unload all that
he or she has held inside for so
PISCES (Feb. 20-March
20) — Activities that are more
mental than physical will pro-
vide the most pleasure. Try to
mingle with some pals whose
thoughts and deeds parallel your
ARIES (March 21-April
ARLO & JANIS 19) — Don’t underestimate the
power of little things because
they have a way of adding up
to something big. Don’t ignore
anything of a financial nature
just because it doesn’t look like
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
— News pertaining to something
totally out of your bailiwick
might come your way; it will
have to do with changes that
could affect you in a good way.
P. 7, Clinton (Okla.) Daily News, Tuesday, June 9, 2009
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331-7626. at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday at the Elk City
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Holiday Inn Holidome. Anyone needing more
Prof. Services................16 Doctor’s office help, part- to 3600 sq ft. Free washer/ information can call (580) 225-1941.
2001 Motor Home, in good in Clinton. Client list and dryer this month! 1-866-
Al Underhill. condition. 50,138 miles.
time 1-5; Monday-Friday.
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Residential, Commercial resume to 323-5065. Special Government theatres nationally to stage this musical.
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580-323-2845 The United Methodist needed at Ramada, 2040 and brakes. $50. Call 580- own land or use family son in Elk City. The e-mail address is at
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Phillips Upholstery - No Phone Calls. plan available if you lose
immediate openings for ex- 2005 Suzuki LTF250 4-
specializing in upholstery your job, government is
perienced cooks in our res- Jobs Wanted..................33 wheeler, rode very little.
of home furniture. Also giving away up to $8000
taurant style dining Cafe. Call 580-331-9194.
custom pillows and drapes. Hedge Trimming, Lawn cash back for 1st time
We offer excellent working Musical .........................48
For appointment call 323- Mowing, Yard Work, Rake homebuyers. Hurry! And
5574. Leaves, Paint Houses. Spinet-Console Piano give us a call today. 580-
wages, 401k, paid vaca- “Home Care
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from the Heart”
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580-309-0016 Modelle, Clinton, OK. Miles at 323-2617. Also
will clean up rent houses
Pets................................49 $2,000.00 500 gallon 115 N. 9th Clinton, OK
Clearview Window Mazzio’s Italian Eatery is propane tank. 323-2728.
for landlords or any other Free Females: Purebred
Cleaning. Residential and
now accepting applications vacancies. Golden Lab, 1 yr. and 580.323.3291 886.851.6237
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Lost & Found ...............19
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Found: Black Bull, brand 1434.
1820 S. Hwy. 183 • 323-8411
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on left hip. 10 miles West
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Lost: Black female Shih apply in person at Mazzio’s
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• Bar-B-Que Grills
Tzu, name is Ally. In the
500 block of S. 7th St.
Pizza in Weatherford.
before signing an oil and well located in Clinton. • Fireplace Inserts
The Clinton Indian Health gas lease or mineral deed. CH&A, washer/dryer Current job not • Wood Pellet & Gas Stoves
Center has 2 openings for hookups, dishwasher,
Household Goods .........46 stacking up?
Autos For Sale..............24 a Maintenance laborer with
Facility Management. The Free pallets at the south
No smoking, no pets. Don’t worry.
“We Don’t Blow A Lot of Smoke”
1998 Ford F150 Ext Cab.
position is temporary for end of Clinton Daily News $650.00 Application and
Your days of
Maroon, 116K, runs good.
a maximum of one year. parking lot. References required 580-
Excellent work truck only
$5200 OBO. Call 580-309- Duties include construc- Good working washer 591-8768. feeling bored are
2046. tion, renovation, remodel- and dryer, $100 for set. 7 Bedroom Foreclosure! over. Pick up “One Day Service”
Pick Up y
ing and other maintenance Couch and chair, excellent Only $569/mo!
07 GMC 1500 Crew 4x2. •Alterations • Wedding
33K, $15,995 very nice.
laborer work. Experience condition-like new. 515- 5%dn,20yrs@8%! For a copy of The De liver Dresses • Leather & Suede •
with all of the above duties 3322.
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Save. Great price 580-331- must. In addition, the ap-
time. 580-323-5169. Only $19,785! or $199/ and find the job 418 Frisco • 580-323-3375
7452. plicant must obtain a Dun Misc. for Sale................47
Must Sell! For Listings
of your dreams!
05 Honda Civic Ex 4dr. and Bradstreet Number For Sale: Aluminum sheets
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Gray with gray interior. used in offset printing
75,000 miles, great gas tered on the Central Con- process. Sheets are 23 Mobile Home Lots........58
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site (CCR) in order to re- .008. 25 cent up to $2.00 LOT & HOME
2005 Chevy Ext 1500 4x4. ceive a contract from the
Very nice. A must see. 580- at the Clinton Daily News, RENTALS. Country park,
Indian Health Service - a 522 Avant Ave., Phone swimming pool. 3203 S
331-9497. division of the U.S. Gov- 580-323-5151. Hwy 183. 323-5006.
1999 Peterbilt 379. ernment Public Health
Midsize sleeper, 15 over, Service. To further qualify For Sale: Newsprint end Farm & Ranch .............62 We carry a large selection of nutritional sup-
with new tires. Color for this position familiarity rolls for banquet tables,
155 acres West of Stafford, plements, herbs, vitamins & minerals to help
green. $28,000.00 Reydon, with Indian Health Service etc. 28 inches and 14
OK. 100 acres grass, rest is you get your body into peak performance.
OK 580-655-4457 or 580- policies and procedures is inches wide. 50 cents per
445-1200. a plus. For further informa- pound. The Clinton Daily
wheat. $185,000. 580-445- 513 Frisco, Clinton • 323-5055
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07 Nissan Altima 2.5 liter, Phone 580-323-5151. Houses for Sale ............63 M-F 10am-5:30pm • Sat. 9am-12:30pm • 25 yrs. in Cinton!
40K miles, silver ext, light regarding this position,
please contact: Administra- For Sale: Old newspapers 330 Shale Crest. 3 bed-
gray cloth int. $13,999.00
tion at 580-323-2884. for packing, 25 cents per room, 2 bath. Brick, excel-
05 Chevy 2500 Reg Cab HealthCare Innovations
Private Services is now
pound. The Clinton Daily
News, 522 Avant Ave.,
lent location. New roof,
fenced yard, landscaped.
New Roofing L.L.C.
4x4. 103K, great farm
accepting applications for Phone 580-323-5151. Oversized double car New Roofing • Re-Roofing • Tear-Offs
truck, only $12,500 OBO. garage. 580-323-0819 or
Call 580-309-2046. Personal Care Attendants YOU HAVE UNTIL Re-Decking • Metal Roofs • All Types of Roofs!
in Clinton, Cordell & 580-515-2430.
NOON, THE DAY
07 Chevy Colorado Crew Weatherford areas. Please FORECLOSURE! 3
Cab. 28K, 20” wheels, BEFORE Hablam
call Jennifer Cox at 1- bedroom Only $12,979! os
very clean. Call for price, THE AD IS TO RUN FREE es Españo
Must Sell! Great Location! t
866-543-2834. “HCIPS l
580-309-2046. is an Equal Opportunity TO PLACE YOUR For Listings 800-613-
04 Pontiac Grand Prix Employer.” CLASSIFIED AD 7782xB748
GTP, very nice must see. Contact Angel Hernandez at 580-309-4323
Call 331-7452. Public Notices.............................................................. 22 All real estate advertised
herein is subject to the
HOUSE FOR SALE – 1104 S. 13th
Federal Fair Housing
2000 GMC 1500 Ext, Z- Act, which makes
illegal to advertise “any
71. Good 4x4 work truck. preference, limitation, or
discrimination because of
Call 331-7452. 615 NE Hwy 66, Box 720 race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status
Sayre, Oklahoma 73662 or national origin, or
Autos Wanted................25 intention to make any such
“We Specialize in Western Oklahoma” preference, limitation or
Wanted to buy abandoned •PRODUCING PROPERTIES discrimination.”
/ salvageable / junk •MINERALS This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any
vehicles call 405-663-2940 •OIL & GAS LEASES advertising for real estate
which is in violation of all To Advertise
or cell 405-542-7404 1-800-749-4926 law. All persons are hereby
informed that all dwellings
advertised are available on
3 bedroom, 2 bath, hardwood floors, new central
We pay on the spot cash for an equal opportunity basis.
junk cars and pick them up Keith Rizley Residence…580-928-2155 heat and air, new roof, move-in ready!
the same day you call. Call
D & D at 323-4242
Kim Rizley…580-928-5990 ONLY $94,500 for more info. call 309-0445
P. 8, Clinton (Okla.) Daily News, Tuesday, June 9, 2009
FIRST IN CRAFTS at the Clinton art THIS PATRIOTIC DISPLAY won Pattie
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SCULPTURE, POTTERY first place an impressive display of woodwork projects. tography at the annual art extravaganza in
honors at the Art Show in Acme Brick Park (CDN photos by Robert S. Bryan) Clinton.
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