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June 13, 1953

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Pag* 10. Stt.1 Libbsek, (Tex.), Morn. Avalancht, Sat., Junt 13, mi SOUTH PLAINS 6EOR&E T. PRIGMOKE BORDEN COUNTY Helmerich & Payne Inc. No. 1 Dorward, 10,250-foot wildcat in west-central Borden County, drilling 9,850 feet in lime and chert. Drillsite is 330 feet from north and west lines of Section 10, Block 32, T-5-N, T&P Survey, 6 miles east and 2 miles north of | Gail. The Texas Company No. 1 J. R. Canning, 6,500-foot wildcat in east-central Borden County, drilling 4,339 feet in lime. It is 1,980 feet from north and east lines of Section 221, Block 97, H&TC Survey, 12 miles east-southeast of Gail. CROSBY COUNTY Plymouth Oil Co. No. 1 E. M. Wahlenmaier, 9,000-foot wildcat in south-central Crosby County, i drilling 3,617 feet in the Clear Fork lime. No top has been called. Drillsite is 660 feet from south and east lines, of the W. W. Wans Pre-Emption Survey No. 7, 16 miles southwest of Crosbyton. Texas Gulf Producing Co. No. 1 Hinson, 8,600-foot wildcat in extreme southeastern Crosby County, drilling 6,994 feet in shale. The venture is 660 feet from south and east lines of the southwest quarter of Section 83, Block 2, H& GN Survey, 2 miles east of Kalbary. Humble Oil & Refining Co. No. 1 R. N. Irvin, 10,600-foot wildcat j in northwestern Crosby County, I drilling 6,071 feet in lime and shale. Location is 660 feet from south and west lines of Section 889, Block C-3, A-205, EL&RR Survey, 6 miles northeast of Lorenzo. 1 DAWSON COUNTY ! B. L. McFarland Inc. and ! Vincent & Welch Inc. No. j 1-76 J. F. Barron, 8,500-foot ] wildcat in western Dawson i County, drilling 6,888 feet in i lime and shale. Location is | 660 feet from south and west | lines of the southeast quarter | of Section 76, Block M, EL& | RR Surrey, 15 miles north- I west of Lamesa. | Magnolia Petroleum Co. No. 1! C. A. Eiland, 12,500-foot wildcat | in west-central Dawson County, I drilling 8,628 feet in sand and | shale. It is 660 feet from north j and east lines of Labor 33, League 278, Glasscock CSL Survey, 9 ' miles southwest of Lamesa. United States Smelting,- Refining & Mining Co. No. 1 W. R. Sandridge, 9,000-foot wildcat in northwestern Dawson County, drilling 4,715 feet in lime. Location is 1,980 feet from north and west lines of Section 110, Block M, EL& RR Survey, 9 miles southwest of Welch. GAINES COUNTY Honolulu Oil Corp. No. 1 Ida Thompson, 5,600-foot wildcat in southeastern Gaines County, drilling 5,522 feet in lime. Location is 660 feet from north and- east lines of Section 4, Block C- 43, PSL Survey, 13 miles southeast of Seminole. Humble Oil & Refining Co. No. 1 Angela Brumley, 12,100- foot wildcat in southwestern Gaines County, trying to regain lost circulation at total depth 9,295 feet. The prospector is 660 feet from south and 1,980 feet from west lines of Section 8, Block A-12, PSL Survey, 11 miles southeast of Hobbs, N. M. Jake L. Hamon No. 1 L. M. Estes, 12,500-foot wildcat in extreme southeastern Gaines County, drilling 11,960 feet in shale and lime. It is 660 feet from north and east lines of Section 20, Block A-19, PSL Survey, 26 miles southeast of Seminole. Guy Mabee Drilling Co. No. 1 J. C. Newton, 13,800-foot wildcat i n southeastern Gaines County, drilling 6,400 feet in lime. Drillsite is 660 feet from north and west lines of the northeast quar- ter o! Section 28, Block A-19, - PSL Survey, 14 miles northeast of Andrews. Blackwood & Nichols Co. No. 1-7 Cranberry, 14,000-foot wildcat in west-central Gaines County, drilling 8,203 feet in dolomite. The explorer is 660 feet from south and west lines of Section 7, Block A-9, PSL Survey, 12 miles northeast of Hobbs, N. M. HALE COUNTY Russell Maguire No. 1 L. C. Wheeler, 9,700-foot wildcat in south-central Hale County, drilling 5,947.feet in lime. The venture spots 1,980 feet from north and 660 feet from west lines of Section 51, Block \A, EL&RR Survey, 8 miles north of Abernathy. HOCKLEY COUNTY Honolulu Oil Corp. No. 1-A A. L. Lockett, 12,500-foot wildcat in extreme south-central Hockley County, fishing for junk at total depth 11,312 feet in lime. It is 660 feet from north and 760 feet from east lines of Section 2, Block 1, PSL Survey, 15 miles south of Lovelland. Woodward & Co. and Dan Au!d No. 1 L. C. Vance, 10,200-foot wildcat in east- central Hockley County, drilling 8,595 feet in lime and shale. Location is 695 feet from south and east lines of Labor 10, League 3, Jones CSL Survey, A-152, 4 miles southeast of Smyer. HOWARD COUNTY i Stanolind Oil & Gas Co. No.! 1-B Minnie Smith, 8,000-foot wild- j cat in north-central Howard ] County, plugged and abandoned' at total depth T.770 feet In the reef lime. Location was 1,970 feet from west and 2,017 feet from south lines of Section 4, Block 31, T-2-N; T&P Survey, 4 miles east of Luther. KENT COUNTY Tide Water Associated Oil Co. No. 1 Atkins Ranch, 7,800- foot wildcat in central Kent County, drilling 7,093 feet in lime and shale. Drillsite is 660 feet from north and east lines of the .southwest quarter of Section 73, Block G, W&NW Survey, 6% rniles southwest of Clairemont. Robert K. Gilbert No. 12-1 G. T. Hall, 7,500-foot wildcat in west- central Kent County, drilling 5,926 feet in shale and sand. It is 660 feet from south and west lines of the northwest quarter of Section 1, John Rodman Survey, 12 miles northwest of Clairemont. LUBBOCK COUNTY Anderson-Prichard Oil Corp. No. 1 Nancy Fortner, 10,500- foot wildcat in southeastern Lubbock County, drilling 10,275 feet in lime and shale. The prospector is 1,980 feet from south and 660 feet from west lines of Section 73, Block S, GC&SFRR Survey, 14 miles southeast of Lubbock. Humble Oil & Refining Co. No. 1 C. L. Parr, 10,500-foot wildcat in northeastern Ltfbbock County, taking' electric logs preparatory to setting intermediate casing, Total- depth is 4,618 feet. Location is 660 feet from south and east lines of Section 72. Block C, EL&RR Survey, 19 miles northeast of Lubbock. MARTIN COUNTY The Texas Company No.-1 AH State of Texas, 12,400-foot north offset to a recently .com.-. pleted ^-mile north extension and second producer in the Block 7-Devonian field of northwestern Martin County, . drilling 9,937 feet in lime. . Drillsite is 1,980 feet from north and 660 feet from east lines of Section 12, Block 7, University Lands Survey, 31 miles northwest of Stan'ton, SCURRY COUNTY Buffalo Creek-Ellenburger locar tion — Humble Oil & Refining Co. No. 1 Mary Hopper et al, 660 feet from south and east lines of Section 92, Block 3, H&TC Survey, 4 miles northeast of Hermleigh, rotary to 7,800 feet, at once. Humble Oil & Refining Co. No. 1 Annie Jones, 9,000-foot wildcat in northwestern Scurry County, drilling 5,094 feet in lime. It is 660 feet from south and west lines of Section 487, Block 97, H&TC Survey, 2% miles east of Fluvanna. YOAKUM COUNTY Skelly Oil .Co. No. 1 Alton Webb, 11,500-foot wildcat in central Yoakum County, drilling 10.578 feet in dolomite. It is 330 feet from south and 2,310 feet from east lines of Section 475, Block D, John H. Gibson-Survey, 4 miles southwest of Plains. The Texas-" Company No. 1- A Roy Fitzgerald, 121600-foot wildcat in central Toakurn County, drilling 11 ,'389 feet in lime and shale. It is 660 feet from south and west lines of. $6,250 Is Awarded To Man In Compensation Suit Here A jurv awarded judgment of approximately $6,250.26 to Lewis Dowd at 11:30 u. m. Thursday in a .workman's compensation suit j against Texas Employers Insurance Association, in Judge James G. Denton's 99th District Court. The judgment included three weeks of full compensation of $25 a week and 273 weeks of temporary partial disability at a scale of 58 per cent. The case was heard Wed- .nesday and Thursday. The jury deliberated approximately five hours. Foreman was Dwight Nance. Dowd had alleged he suffered chest, head, neck and back injuries Oct. 22. 1952, while employed by Western Warehouse Company which was insured by the defendant. The accident was alleged to have occurred when a bale of cotton fell on him. Attorneys associated in Dowd's interest included Byron Chappell, Bob Huff, J. H, Splawn and Kent Waggonseller. John Vickers was attorney for the insurance -company. Section 429, Block D, John H. Gibson Survey, 1% miles east of Plains. Livermore Drilling Co. No. 1 J. V. Been, 12,000-foot wildcat in extreme west-central Yoakum County, taking a drillstem test from 9,600-9,698 feet. A previous try on the same section failed because the backer slipped. Test site is 660 feet from south and west lines of Section 345, Block D, John H. Gibson Survey, 2% miles southeast of Bronco. Increase In Postal Box Rent Is Slated >.' A basic schedule increase in PostofSce box rent has been announced by the U. S. PostofSc* Department and will become effective here July 1, Amos. Howard, Lubbock postmaster, has revealed. The basic schedule now in effect, Howard said, has not been changed since 1907 and the new charges are made to conform with the in- j creased cost of providing equip- j ment and maintaining postal serv- j ice. j Rates charged for boxes at the ' Postoffice here are determined by I the gross receipts during the pre| ceding calendar year. j No. 1 boxes, now $1.50 for a three-month period, will cost $2.25 for the same length of time under the new rate schedule. No. 2 boxes, now $2, have been increased to $3: No. 3 boxes, now $3, to*$4.50; No. 4 boxes, now $4, -to $6; and No. 5 boxes, now $5 to $7.50. 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