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6E Fort Worth STAR-TELEGRAM Sun Mar 21 1971 tSWABBINGS Champlin Selects Manager Promotion of Guy C Bart& Jr from district operations manager to engineering r manager a f t h e eastern 5: 1 1 : 4 area of ( :: ' : :-5: '' Champlin Pe- ' ii : troleum Co t'Ait latiO) has been an' 44 -ii:V nounced b y 1 ':'4'r7:tli:: James Laws ii N::: :5''' director a f d Vl: ::?: engineering 001t Fort Worth Bartgis i s GUY responsible BARTGIS JR for engineering activities in the Texas Oklahoma and Kansas districts as well as the Canadian division Ile has been with Champlin 18 years and will move from Carthage Texas to Fort Worth Named district operations manager at Carthage was Dellon E Bumgardner formerly plant superintendent : He will be responsible for the operation of all producing properties and natural gasoline plants in Champlin's East Texas district Ile has been with Champlin 17 years and will continue to reside at Carthage John C Miller chief engineer of Exchange Oil 8 Gas Corp New Orleans for the last two years has been named vice president for production and engineering He was employed by Shell Oil Co for 17 years prior to joining Exchange Bailey Sipes Williamson 6 Runyan Inc Midland consulting engineers announced the appointment of L D Sipes Jr as vice president in charge of the Houston office and the addition of Don L Sparks as senior reservoir engineer in Midland Sipes has been a vice president since 1968 and has been with the firm in Midland since 1966 Sparks has been with Freeport Oil Co in Midland since 1968 and formerly was with Shell Oil Co I MANAGER NAMED James C Shelby has been appointed advertising manager of the American Petroleum Institute and — -4Mte will be based :-T''''7'''''i in Washing- :' : : Y ::' ton Ile :i:i::: :: i1'i ) has been in HH: the advertis- '' : 1 ing business ':) 'i ' for 25 years " ::t a n d has lti worked with 'Never'' '' the Camp- ca' A 1 ' ' bell-E w aid and McCann- I A M ES Erickson SHELBY agencies Da v id W Greenlee has joined Signal Oil & Gas as geologist in Midland and will be responsible for exploration in the Anadarko and Fort Worth Basins Clyde M Pederson will be responsible for exploration in the Permian Basin and Frontal Ouachita Basins administered from the Midland division Robert J Lamb has been transferred by Atlantic Richfield Co from Tyler whore he has been district geophysicist for I ive year s to Denver Larry Hawes geologist at Tyler has been transferred to Midland Robert A Cooksey has joined the MAU of H 1 Gruy Associates Inc in Dallas Formerly he was employed by International Computer Applications Ltd Northern Natural Gas Co and Humble Oil & Refining Co Sun Oil Co has appointed Charles H Burgess of Richardson as manager of its corporate telecommunications department to succeed E II Wilder who is retiring 0 MANAGER PROMOTED Continental Oil Co has promoted Robert IV Lee Housto n to general manager of the natural gas and gas products department of the Western Hemisphere petroleum division He has been assistant general manager Consolidated Production Corp Oklahoma C I t y has named James B Crawley president lie has been executive vice president since the firm was established in 1957 lie succeeds Allan B Grady with whom he co1 ounded the company Grady will continue to serve as board chairman Cities Service Oil Co Tulsa has appointed Daniel W Kemp supervisor of measurements in the operations divi Sion of the natural as liquids group 4 7 7r 71rIF w Imr :1 :71w - Roberts Gains Deep Wildcat STILL ON SNOWSHOES—Workers at Continental Oil Co's refinery at Wrenshall in northern Minnesota still use snowshoes although it may be spring in the South to inspect the plant's tank farm This colorful tank Wildcats have been staked in Clay and Archer Counties and an oil discovery gauged in Cooke County CLAY — J G O'Donohoe Wichita Falls will drill No 1 L B Jlapgood Ranch 990 feet from south and 660 feet from east lines of Brooks & Burleson survey A-786 la 7100-foot wildcat 514 miles northwest of Bellevue in (lay 312 IIIIICS southeast of the Graves Bryson sand pool and six miles southeast of the Southeast Henrietta conglomerate pool Planet Petroleum Co Wichita Falls slated No Henry Conrady 467 feet from south and west lines of lot 44 block 2 Clark & Plumb subdivision a 6100-1oot wildcat 214 miles northeast of Windthorst and 412 miles west of 4500- foot oil production ARCHER — Bolin Oil Co Wichita Falls staked No I M Graham et al 11 I feet from south and 1643 feet from east lines of S Abercrombie survey A-I249 a 5350-foot wildcat I lb miles southwest of Amirene in Archer and four miles southwest of Mississippian oil production COOKE — W A Moncrief jr Fort Worth recompleted as Ian oil discovery from an unidentified pay No 4 R A Ritchie A Horton survey A443 112 miles southwest of Cosefield in Cooke and 4NO feet south of the Bob K multi-pay pool to flow 120 barrels of 42 gravity oil plus 120 barrels of water per day through 22-64-inch choke and perforations at 4465 to 4471 feet and 4484 to 4496 feet after being fractured with 10M00 gallons Gas-oil ratio was 3501 The project originally was completed in the Bob K pool by Moncrier on Oct 28 1965 producing through perforations at 4699 to 4702 feet It was then recompleted on Aug 30 1968 producing through perforations at 5051 to 5061 feet TIllt()CKM011TON — V&A Oil Co Dallas completed as a D'4-mile south CX1()11S1011 I() M Metter Corp Amarillo slaked a 12600-foot wildcat in Roberts County as NO Ledrick 487 feet from south of section 5 block A-5 FlAttli11 survey 111 miles northwest of Miami and 5l2 miles west of shallow Permian gas production in the 0Tc-flowers area It also is one location north Of a 5992-foot dry hole Helinerich 8 Payne Inc Tulsa abandoned at 11410 feet altir unsuccessful tests through perforations at 111154- 8874 feet the former C E Lev Inc No 1 D D Payne Cloy County School Land a Roberts wildcat 21 miles northwest of Miami and one mile north northeast of shallow gas production on the northwest side of the (rev-Flowers area F Clay Gains 2 of 3 Wildcats Discovery Gauged in Cooke Mississippian oil production in the Throckmorton County regular pool No 1 Webb-Mathiews Unit section 674 TEM survey four miles southeast of Woodson to flow 45 barrels of 42 gravity oil daily through 10-64-inch choke and perforations at 4475 to 4495 feet after being acidized with 500 gallons Gas-oil ratio was 8004 it originally was staked by EMI Drilling Co Graham and was taken over by Ritlt for completion Armer Oil Co Vort Worth drilled to 4800 feet in the Wildcat Scheduled In Callahan County l R rembleton Abilene yin drill an 8541-foot wildcat No I Paid Hart 1535 feet from north and 935 feet from east lines of section 7 MDAL survey 10 miles northeast of Baird in Callahan Comity and three-quarters of a mile northeast of production TAYLOR — Schkade Brothers Drilling Co Abilene re-completed as a Saddle Creek sand oil producer Hs No 1 B L Bonl section 15 block 10 Ltd' survey 212 miles west or Merkel in Taylor County and half a mile west of produe- By JACK CLELAND somoretearlon Woishinoton Dureito WASHINGTON — II was bound to happen sooner or later that the petroleum industry would be blamed tor the continuation of the war in Indochina An industry which is constantly accused of polluting rivers and harbors damaging the ecology not paying its fair share of taxes and monopolistic business practices should not be surprised at suddenly finding itself the scapegoat on the war issue Despite disclaimers by the Stale Department that reports or large oit deposits offshore South Vietnam have no effect on US policy in that country the I n d ti h t r y foes IlaVe illffird jilt() the act with both feet Rep William An(Ierson 1)- Tenn who is feuding with the energy industry in moral over pri00s for thv Tphaossee valley Authority alerted Congress the other day to the spectre of ItS set vieemen continuing to die in Vietnam to aceommodate oil companies seeking la do business there ANDERSON BASED ins rasp 011 articks nppunring in known as a vapor balloon has a flexible diaphragm across the center which expands or contracts to maintain normal pressure and prevent loss of hydrocarbon vapors ::':4':::::S'W:f4::::n:iiis Chappel section of the Mississippian and was preparing to run casing for tests of that section in its No 2 Reynolds Cattle Co section I Brooks & Burleson survey A-34 a wildcat eight miles southwest of Throckmorton one location southwest of its No 1 Reynolds Cattle Co a 4-782-foot failure and 22 miles southwest of Caddo oil production in the Bryle pool Gas flowed and oil was recovered on drillstem tests Of the Caddo at 4380 to 4398 feet and 4402 to 4420 feet lion to pump seven barrels of 40 gravity oil plus 15 barrels of water daily through perforations at 2716 to 2722 feet after being fractured with 2000 gallons ef salt water The project originally was (trilled by S B Roberts Jr Abilene and Eastland Oil Co Midland and Fort Worth and abandoned at 3219 feet on Dec 13 1951 1 NI Young Abilene abandoned at 2725 feet his No 1 1 G Ilaynes M P King survey 431 a wildcat one mile southwest of Lawn ill Taylor and in the Lawn Gardner sand pool two liberal literary journals and a weekly newspaper called the "Village Voice" which caters to the anti-establishment readership of New York City's Greenwich Village While Anderson did not vouch for the accuracy Of the articles he did place them in the Congressional Record along with his August 1970 speech "The Great Energy Grab" attacking "the monopolistic oil industry" for its coal :icquisitions The impetus behind this move to lump the oh industry with the war can be attributed to an obscure anti-war group in Glendale Calif called "Another Mother For Peace" AMP's ranks include movie actress Donna Reed Itich may account for tbe cent spurt of publicity given the orgtmizat ion AM1 has launched a letter-writing campaign urging Senate Foreign Relations Coinmitlee Chairman 1 William Vitibright D-Ark to hold hearings on the subject rut-bright queried the State Department on the subject and was told claims of vast oil deposits offshore Vietnam are ex aggera I ed Secretary of State William 1 Rogers lost Wednesday vv vv Less Imported Oil Coming Into Texas By HARRY HEINECKE Star-Telegram Oil Writer Major oil companies are importing less and less crude into Texas indicating an increasing amount of the state's production is being used within its own borders according to statistics presented last week to the Railroad Commission The 27 companies making annual reports to the commission on inventories and estimates of demand and production reported that 786826 barrels daily were imported into the state as of March 1 a decline of 90220 from the 1970 figure The total in 1970 was 143601 below the 1969 report Spokesmen said the de New Firm Will Build CO2 Line Chevron Oil Co has announced organization of Canyon Reef Carriers Inc to build and operate a $175 million 220-mile pipeline to bring carbon dioxide to Scurry County for use in secondary-recovery operations at the SACROC Unit j R Graham Chevron vice president at Denver is president of the new carrier J A Massey division engineer at New Orleans will manage the project and set up offices in Midland The 16-inch line with six compressor stations will have a capacity of 240 million cubic feet per day The carrier will originate in the Brown-Bassett area of Terrell County and connect with fields in Pecos County Work will start in mid-May T h e secondary-recovery program calls for injection of 600 billion cubic feet of carbon dioxide over a 10-year period It is expected to increase the ultimate oil recovery by 150 to 200 million barrels West Texas Properties Acquired SALT LAKE CITY (Sp1)— 0akridge Exploration Inc Salt Lake City has acquired a 23779-acre block of leases and five producing gas wells in the Rocksprings field of Sutton and Edwards Counties Texas for an undisclosed amount of cash J L Moss Oakridge president said the firm now sole owner of the leases and all equipment also acquired an eight-mile gathering system which delivers gas to Lone Star Gas Co under a longterm contract Sellers of the leases and properties were a group of Wichita Falls and Dallas oil men The five current wells on the acreage produce gas from the Pennsylvanian said between 2300 and 2500 feet An active drilling program is scheduled to commence immediately with plans for an estimated 17 to 21 projects to be drilled Indochina Fighting Blamed on Oil told a press conference that reported negotiations between US oil companies and the South Vietnamese gover nment would have no effect on the Nixon administration's ViCtilani policy I I ROGERS TOLD reporters: "We didn't even know about these rumors" of oil wealth until recently State Department correspondence with Fulbright reveals that to date the South Vietnamese government has yet to put offshore concessions up for bid and only one US firm Standard Oil Co of New Jersey has expressed an interest in the offshore oil potential of that country One vocal critic of the oil industry on Capitol Dill apparently isn't impressed with the State Department's explanation that the government is not involved in and promotion of US oil companies seeking to drill offshore South Viet nam lien Bella Abzug leader in the "Women's Lib" movement called for an nvestigation by the llouse government operations committee on which she serves to determine this government's role in the matter crease of imports into the state could be attributed to two main factors: Higher allowables that boosted the state's output eliminating some out-ofstate oil feeding the state refineries AND approximately 400000 barrels daily moving north to Midwest points out of Louisiana chiefly through Cap line which formerly had moved into Texas Exchanges of West Texas "sour" type crude was another factor Texaco Inc Shell Oil Co Atlantic Richfield Co Standard Oil Co of Indiana and Cities Service Oil Co reported import increases into the state Decreases were reported for Continental Oil Co Gulf Oil Corp Marathon Oil Co Mobil Oil Corp Phillips Petroleum Co and Union Oil Co Largest importer was Texaco as it was in 1970 with Shell being second It held the same rating in 1970 Texaco reported imports of 218602 barrels daily compared with 206004 in 1970 Shell listed 165861 compared with 159275 in the previous year I GULF HAD the largest cutback a reduction of 45383 barrels daily to 77800 Union had a cutback of some 30000 barrels daily Marathon and Mobil approximately 21000 each and Continental 11376 Phillips' reduction was 1800 barrels daily The reporting companies also raised their standards for desirable levels of crude stocks in the area east of the Rockies The desired point in 1970 they reported a year ago was 192155000 barrels Last week the goal was increased to 196834000 A year ago the companies listed 6308000 barrels over the standard Last week they said they were surplus by 4665000 A year ago the companies set their desired level for all inventories at 516653000 barrels The standard this year was placed at 535950000 A year ago total inventories were under the mark by 3683000 They exceeded it this year by 7206000 IN BOTH YEARS stocks of gasoline and heavy fuel oil Oil Calendar For Fort Worth GEOPHYSICISTS — The Fort Worth Geophysical Society will have a luncheon meeting at 11:45 am Monday in the Petroleum Club Dr William A Schneider research geophysicist with of Texas Instruments Inc the science services division Dallas will be the principal speaker PPROA Meeting AMARILLO (Spl) — The Panhandle Producers & Royalty Owners Association will hold its annual convention April 28-29 at the Holiday Inn West here IN ANY EVENT nobody has accused the oil industry of having started the war in Vietnam to extract concessions from the South Vietnamese government nor of having escalated the hostilities The seismic surveys off South Vietnam which indicate there might be oil deposits worth developing took place in the last two years long after the escalation of 1967 This doesn't mean that the oil industry is off the hook regarding the recent Laos operation in the minds of some of its critics The fact that US oil companies search for oil all over the Free World — from the frozen Arctic wastes to the jungles of Sumatra — is of no significance to antiwar critics They're opposed to the var and anything which they think will prolong it They should acquaint themselves with this government's efforts on behalf of US oil companies whose properties were seized by foreign government before concluding that it would continue its military presence in Sout h Vietnam solely to protect a potential oil company investment were over the standard A year ago kerosene stocks were 1065000 barrels under the desired level This year they were over by 1267000 Last year light heating oil inventories were' under the level by 5229000 This year they exceeded the standard by 1553000 barrels Following is a comparison of stocks in Districts 1-IV the area east of the Rockies on March 1 with desired levels in thousands of barrels: Desired Actual Crude 196834 201499 Fin "gas" 1191749 192680 Kerosene 23188 24455 Distillate 98868 100021 Residual 25311 24501 Total 535950 543156 Completion Slated At Eddy Gas Well HOBB S NM (Spl) — Four-point tests of the Morrow sand were scheduled natural through perforations at 14862 to 14898 feet in Texas American Oil Corp Midland No 1-36 Todd-State section 36-23s-31e 20 miles east of Loving in Eddy County and three miles southeast of its recently-completed co-mingled 134-mile northwest extension to Atoka gas production and a Morrow gas discovery in the Sand Dune multipay area The operation flowed 5 million cubic feet of gas daily through three-quarters-inch choke on a drillstem test of the Morrow at 14820 to 14912 feet while being drilled Morris R Antweil Hobbs completed his No 1 Joell section 6-23s-27e a sev eneighths-mile northeast extension to Strawn gas production in the South Carlsbad multi-pay area three miles south of Carlsbad for a calculated absolute open flow of 8445000 cubic feet of gas daily through perforations at 10291 to 10435 feet after treatment with 5000 gallons of acid LEA — Adobe Oil Co Midland No 1-Y Lovelady-State section 32-I6s-33e a multipay Lea County prospect seven miles northeast of Maljamar one location southeast of the West Kemnitz Wolfcamp oil pool and the same distance north of Pennsylvanian production flowed an estimated 250000 cubic feet of gas daily plus 12 barrels of distillate in Tower Will Speak At Wichita Falls WICHITA FALLS (Spl) — US Sen John Tower and Byron Tunnell chairman of the Railroad Commission will be principal speakers at the annual meeting of the North Texas Oil & Gas Association here March 31-April 1 The Republican senator will speak at the annual banquet the night of April 1 at the Wichita Falls Country Club Headquarters for the convention will be the Trade Winds Motor Hotel AUCTION WELL SERI'ICING EQUIPMENT March 25 10:00 AM (C5I) Odasso Texas Lemon & Parker Inc—A Complete Liquidation Everything positively SPIIS to the highest bidder no minimum no reservation Auction to be conduct ed on the Brown Oil Tool Yard Hwy 80 1 miles west of MidlandOclessa Air Terminal RIGS: CARDWELL 10210A DO backin unit GM 8V71 diesel engine Parkersburg 15" dnuble hyd brake 96' mmt mtd on tandem carrier: CARD WELL KM210 DD workover & drilling unit GM 12V71N diesel engine Par kersburg 15" double hyd brake 96' mast mid on tandem carriers CARD WELL M250 drivein DD servicing & workover unit GM BV71 diesel en gine 96' most 15" double hyd brake tandem: COOPER '142 010 42 OD servicing unit 323 Cummins die sel engine 95' mast mtd on Cooper Carrier! COOPER TC4210 single drum servicing & workover unit 220 Cum mins diesel engine 95' most mid on tandem carrier: CARDWELL K2O 1 DO hoist GM 671 diesel engine 65 mast mid on carrier with tandem reor axle! CARDWELL 1(201 DO hoist GM 6V53 diesel engine 65' mast mtd on carrier with tandem rear axle: FRANKS 658 DD hoist 220 Cummins diesel engine 63' most mid on carrier with tandem rear axle: CARDWELL K200 single drum hoist Waukesha 145 GKBLI engine 65' mast Intel on 1956 R200 Intl truck with tandem rear asle: PUMPS: Ernst° BAH mud pump with twin 671 diesel engines: G-0 F X0 ROX 71400 mud pump with 220 Cummins diesnl engiosb both pumps mtdi on tondeln Palters: GD CI& & Worthington 5x 10 skid mounted: ALSO: Large amount telt:it'd equip ment Write Auctionftr for Frei Brochure MILLER & MILLER AUCTIONEERS INC 6100 Comp Bowie Ft Worth taxes 817 7383406 Peterson Put on Oil Board The election of L F Peterson of Fort Worth widely-known petroleum consultant :i::i::5:e?:s'A 's a diroctw ' - :-- 1 I Southland loyalty Co : : : ' 0T' er 1 jounced Sat- ' oetrh N Y7 ell!171 irday by 1 k--4k--:4 3hairman G t:Kl71trNi:41 dcF Weav- -$(icq f: Ft -4 l r : -- Liijfetl Peterson a 'stluf 'emple n ai v e is a L F graduate a f PETERSON Texas A SIM University and a member of the A&M board of directors He is a past president of the board and now serves on executive and building committees He also serves as chairman of the Tarleton State College committee A registered professional engineer he also is a director of the Fort Worth National Bank 24 hours natural from the Morrow sand through 22-64- inch choke and perforations at 13471 to 13474 feet and 13529 to 13543 feet Bele° Petroleum Corp New York staked a threequarters-mile west outpost to the north side of the Hightower Pennsylvanian pool in northwestern Lea as No 1-K1263 State Lease 660 feet from south and west lines of section 22-12s-33e a 10200-foot test 16 miles west of Tatum AUCTION INDIAN DRILLING COMPANY Ponca City Oklahoma Thursday April 1 10:00 cm Drilling Rigs 2 Complete Ideco-H25 WI 0M671 twins Lee C Moore 87' mast Wheland HP 8000 pump wGM 671 twins !deco 1712" Table McKissick Block BJ Hook and Wheland 6200 Swivel IdecoH25 w WAK Waukesha 87' Lee C Moore Mast Gardner-Denver 7 x 14 w IRO Waukesha ldeco 175 Table McKissick Block 131 Hook Wheland HP 8000 pump w NKR Waukesha Wheland 6100 Swivel Drill pipe Drill collars BOP Equipment Water pumps Water line Light plants Subs Over shots Kelly's Air compressors Tool houses Water tanks Rotary hose Vibrator hose Fuel tanks Junk racks Pipe racks Drive bushings Slips Elevators Tongs Valves and Hundreds of related items Production Equipment — 31000 ft 2 tubing 14000 ft 278" tubing 10600 ft 112" tubing 7000 ft 7" OD 23 Casing 600 ft 7" OD 26 & 29 us ing 1200 ft 6" OD 15 Casing 2100 ft 6" OD 26 Casing 2100 ft 5" OD 13 Casing 750 It 412" 95 Casing 17000 ft pin & pin rods 58" " & 78" 23 Pumping Units 5 Gas Frigines 2 Electric Motors 8 Separators 2 Tank Batteries 8 Misc Tanks Trucks Trailers Servicing Unit — 1965 Mack B61 Tandem Oilfield Rigged 1962 White Single Axle Oilfield Rigged 2— Tan fern Floats 2 —Tandem Pole Trailers 1 — Single Axle Pole Trailer Fred E Cooper Single Drum Veil Servicing Unit on Chevrolet Truck For Descriptive Brochuie Contact 114 CME ir-1111 LICTIONS Ar—s INCORPORATED 8609 NW Plaza Dr Dallas texas 15225 II AC 214 Ella 85404 IMONMEMEINEMIIIIIMINO AUCTION PANTHER DRILLING Ct 9:00 AM Wed March 31 North Hwy 287 & 81 DECATUR TEXAS QUITTING DRILLING BUSINESS DRILLING EQUIPMENT: (2) Wilson Giant Rodair drew works (2) LCM derricks 129' & 131' (4) Waukesha IRO engines (1) Gardner Denver FXQ pump (1) Who land 14 000 pump (2) NKU Waukesha engines (56) Drill collars 51s" to 6'' 12000' of 412" drill pipe TRUCKS TRAILERS PICKUPS & CARS: (1) NC 1955 Tom dem 210 (1) 1962 Series 80 Chow (1) 1966 Series 60 Chtv (1) 1965 GMC Tandem wN6 (1) 1962 Ford 1 ton wwelder (2) 1968 Ford pickups !'? ton wN8 (1) 1962 Chev pickup (1) 1969 Ford ton (1) 1970 Buick (1) DS Caterpillar bought new in Oct 1969 (1) Hobbs Lowboy (3) Tandem floats WELL SERVICE EQUIPMENT: (1) Wilson Super 38 wGKII 145 Waukesha on IHC R190 tandem (1) Franks mod 87 on IHC R210 tandem (2) Foster 1 power longs trailer mounted OTHER EQUIPMENT: (1) ' WalkrNeer C34 spudder w145 Waukesha 300000 lb 20 gauge sheet metal 15000 lb plate metal (15) Steel van esEts20 Tubular goods 75000' of tubing checked by sale day SHOP EQUIPMENT—OFFICE EQUIP MINTRADIO EQUIPMENT: Hundreds of related items FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: C A S AUCTIONWIS INC P0 Sox 779 817-665M1A GAINESVILLE TtAAS 76240 111111111111111111111111111104 : ::: :::: j :::::: : : :) : : - :::' i ': : '7: :-:-::-:7:: -7:'-'''-':'k i- - -1 : r 1 a r r BB IN9S) ChampLi :::-::::::::'':::::::: ri-::4: i:n:-:::::::::::::::::::-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::-::::::::::: :::::::::: : : c-i-v7it : : 01::::::: ii::::::1::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::4::::::::rt:-: :::::1 1 ti::!z:iKir::::I:a: it :::-::::: :::::::::::::::::::h:l::::::- ::::""------ -1 Manager n t::::i e:4:g:: "- JI p:1H!-:12H::: I w 1111'cl 6 0'- 477f '''''''''' rp Selects ::: t:?v1: - ' ':::' '-: 'H: I :"-)::t:A:: : :::r 1:: :::::::: ::: : : : : - :-:i : Bart : :: :: : 81tr !- H:: : ::::::::: i: ' ''':':':::4: H : :'::: : Promotion of Guy C m f district opera- !--4i:'5 i-i:Z:z---':--::''1t ' -: " :: :iii!!: :1 y )4i -11' : : '::: A gis Jr r to engineering :--? 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