Robert B. Anderson_service award_1956

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Robert B. Anderson_service award_1956 - 1 Oil Problems Top Ag DALLAS. (Special) The na...
1 Oil Problems Top Ag DALLAS. (Special) The na tion s economy, plight of the domesticoil producer, and the world-wide oil picture will be covered by industry leaders and a kbp government official" at the 37th annual meeting of the Texas Mid-1 Continent Oil 1 Gas Association, Tuesday, and Wednesday in Houston,. , : . . Approximately' 1,000 oil men from Texas and over the nation are expected to attend the two-day meet at the Rice Hotel.-An added feature of the meeting will be courtesy helicopter service, from Houston International Airport to downtown .Houston. : Speakers will " include U. S. Secretary of Commerce Sinclair WeeksM. i. Rathbone, New York, president. Standard Oil Co. (NJ); Association President French M Robertson, Abilene; L. L. Colbert, Detroit president Chrysler Corp.; and L. F. McColIum, Houston, president. Continental Oil Co. ' -Robertscfn, McColIum,- and Col bert are native Texans. Two1 highlight events will be the presentation of the Associa tion s distinguished service awards to Robert B. Anderson, New York, former Association president, Deputy Secretary of Defense, and Navy Secretary, and Ben C. Belt, Houston, who retired last year as I vtjnrinw'nr of nrndurtmn litif1 Oil-Corp., Houston division. 1 1 The Opening day session will include addresses by President Robertson and McColIum, who will speak on "Casting Up the Ledger." Tuesday's distinguislied sen-ice award presentation to Belt will be made by I. P. La Rue. Athens in dependent operator. ' Wednesday speakers include Rathbone, who will speak on "The Job of Meeting the World's De mand for Oil"; Colbert, whose talk will be "The Dynamics of Confidence" and. Secretary Weeks, who will address th. group on "Today's Challengei- -Anderson's award will be pre Conoco Report Best HOUSTON, (Special) Contin ental Oil Company's annual repoit to stockholders for 1955 has been judged as the best report among integrated petroleum . companies ior we tourtn consecutive year, it was learned here Saturday by L. F. McColIum. president. The rat ings were made byJan independent board of judges in the sixteenth annual survey "sponsored bv "Fi nancial World," national weekly magazine. (. enda At Convention sented Wednesday morning by Hines II. Baker, Houston, presi dent Hurrtjbie Oil A Refining Co. ed the W. T. Waggoner Estate's oil andcattle interests at Vernon. Anderson now is president of Ventures Ltd., a Canadian holding firm with, extensive mining Interests. .. ' 1 . . Belt, a oioieer oil man. now serves as president of the Houston Chamber of Commerce and is chairman ' of the Texas' Research Stanolind Oil and Gas Company I W. C. Wimberly, Gaines Countyj wildcat approximately of a mile north of same operator's 1 ODC "F". discovery well of the ODCl (Devonian) Field, eastern partiof the county, reversed out free oil on a drillstem test in the Strain. Test was for 23 hours from 11,-055-066 feet surfacing gas in 3'J hours, ho estimate of volume. Project reversed out 10S0 foot wa-i ter blanket and 200 feet of free oil and at last report was pulling tester. -.. f ' The 1 Wimberly spots 660 Teet from the south and east lines of' Gaines Project Recovers Oil' League. The award is presented every year to an independent producer and a representative of a major company . for outstanding contributions to.fthe oil and gas industry. ' f I Ihe aftfrnooW of the opening day wiffbe'" devoted to committee meetings. 0. P. Nicola, Bartles- ville. Okla., director of prvation," production nepartment. Pliillips Petroleum Co., will address the forms committee. . Section 276, Block G, WTRR Survey, approximately twelve miles southwest of the town of Sea-graves,"-"' if V - r Also in Gaines County, 22 miles east of Seminole, Jake L. Hamon land U. S. Smelting. .Refining and Mining Company 1 G. R. Randolph, wildcat trying to complete as a ; Mississippian discovery, is shut down for repairs, pumping 14 barrels of oil on its last gauge. Hoh is bottomed at 12.94$ feet testing perforations 11,614-624 feet. Project spots 660 feet from the south and west lines of Labor 12. League 285, Schleicher County School Land Survey. rtv

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  1. The Odessa American,
  2. 30 Sep 1956, Sun,
  3. Page 39

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