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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 25, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                MILLION ECONOMIC ROOST I Deep Exploration Trend Spurs Oil Lease Action in Victoria County My IIICNHY WOLFF JK. Advociilo Shift Writer I'clroleum producllon bol- stered the economy ot the Viclorla trade area by auprovimalely S17S million lust year reports Ihe oil and gas committee of Die Victoria Chamber of Commerce. In addition, hmiluw iiers received about million from royalty payments, and added lo this "crop." leas- ing of properly for explora- tion poured additional rental ami bonus payments Into Hie area economy. Leasing was exceptionally active be- cause of Ihc deep explora- tion fc'cml that hns develop- ed. The petroleum induslry contributes millions to the economy each year in other ways. Oil and gas oper- ators alone invested an es- limaled million In search for new fields and in (he development of joncs where production has been found in Victoria, Calhoun, Jackson, DcWItl, fioliad and ilct'ngio counties. The slate government's fi- nancial interest in these counties is measured by the more Ihan SO million a year which the operators and royalty owners pro- vide In production (axes. These payments arc in ad- dition to those palri to local units of government and schools as property taxes. Petroleum industry pay- rolls contribute some million in llic six counties, according lo figures based on Texas Employment Com- mission records. Olhw cs- linuilcs on production were based on figures prepared by Ihc Texas Mid-Continent Oil Gas Association using jiisl-puhlisheil U.S. Bureau of Alines figures as a base. "The petroleum industry lonclics every man, woman and child in this linger Haiiicl, chairman of I h c chamber committee, sponsors of Oil Progress Week in Victoria Sunday through Saturday, said. "We all conic in conlact wilh the industry in some way each he added. ''In recognition of the im- iwrtance of onr petroleum industry, the committee de- cided lo sponsor a local ob- servance this year." The local committee also investigated other factors relating lo the petroleum industry In Victoria County. II found Ihc induslry pays about million In local (Sec ACTION, Page J2A) THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 171 OIL PROGRESS WEEK TELEPHONE HI 5-USI VICTORIA, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1964 62 Pages 1 Frenchmen Business Leaders Note In Moscow This is Oil Progress Week in Victoria. Promoter! by (he oil and gas committee of the Victoria Cham-! ber of Commerce, the special observance calls attention lo Ihc importance of oil and gas to Hie economy of the Victoria area. The week has been officially proclaimed by Mtwor Kcmper Williams Jr. The observance will begin Sunday wilh a special edition of the Victoria Advocate and end Saturday with a display ot oil field equipment in the street west of DeLcon Plaza. This is lhe first year lhc chamber has included an oil and gas committee in ils program. The committee keeps tlie cham- ber closely informed of petrol- eum industry affairs, obtains close support from tlie parent organization in promoting inter- ests of the induslry and keeps the general public continually informed of the importance of the induslry lo lhe economy of ial on oil am the area. I'Uions, and jibe committee's educational; sub-committee. Other committee members About Ouster Auto Collision at Waco Fatal to Victoria Man EMERALD HILLS ice; Lee Anger, Texaco s ce; George Bagnall, Bagnall rDW Pied Dirt i lcd [surrounding Khrushchev's ousl- i r> i r as premier and parlv leader opean reaction to Khru- den of Bovd, Durst K uens -lopean reacon o ru- ler L E Lewis sales reore- shchcv s downra11 hiltl 101, u, sdies icpic gas repre senlative of Milwhile, Inc.; Dan- iel McCue, manager of Victoria County Abstract; H. T. (Bools) Odorn, area superintendent of Tidewater Oil Co.; John Os- borne, district manager ofi to lhe various educalionsl insti- Houston Natural Gas Corp.; C. is serving as the first chair- of the committee, which assists in snr-nrincf'15- Phillips, sales engineer with Dowell, Henry Wolff Jr., Vic- displays for special events. The committee decided not to includes representatives of all hold an oil show its first year phases of the petroleum indus-jbut instead to tell the industry istory through the newspaper, Oilier functions of the paneljindividual representatives and include providing speakers for! (lie observance of Oil Progress clubs and other Committee Member Bill loria Advocate; Joe Russell, pe- Irolcum engineer embarrassing to the new Krem- lin regime. Top Parly Men The French delegation includ- ed Georges Marchain and Ro- land Leroy, both members of lhe French Communist party's Politburo, and Jacques Cham- bay., a member of the Central Committee. They were inel at (he airport Council Revives Debate On Annexation Problem American Petroleum Corp.; iby Andrei Kirilcnko, a member zations. The.se clubs are being asked (his week to call special attention to the industry. Also, Ihe committee mv) Z'l Oil; Dean of Poo! Hooper actetiiof Cook, Tighe Wealheriy; as co-ordmalor for the specialjGene Wcatherly of Cook, Tigiic in foreign Mikhail of relations with Communist parties. I Suslov, chief Commu-1 e industry. Also, observance. Wcs Taylor, Wcatherly; and Albert York provides mater- Schlumbergcr manager, of York Oil Corp. L.......... _ 1 who is bclievi DcWitt Geis Area CofC Sets Deep Test Planning Session DcWitt County drew another deep Edwards wildcat with an- nouncement of Highland Oil Co. hat it will drill the No. 1 John American cm- nisi theoretician, was not there. Itinnorcil Prosecutor rumors that believed to have been thei prosecutor at the secret meeting that toppled Khrushchev, leading a Soviet peace mission Communist China. Reaction from foreign Com- 'rnunist parties (o Khrushchev's lousier have ranged from de-l inlands for explanations in West-} icrn Europe lo ill-concealed joy in (he Red Chinese camp. A dclcgalion representing tho liy TOM E. KITE Advocate Slaff Writer City Council is scheduled to head for the hills again Monday night Emerald Hills and indications are lliey will be met by resi- dents of this area, and Broad Acres Subdivision as well, demanding full and im- mediate services for the taxes they will pay if they are annexed. A special session of the council has been set for 7 p.m. al the city hall to dis- cuss the annexation pro- posal, and one spokesman said ho expects residents of both areas to altend in force. Council first approached thc annexation issue last April when an ordinance was introduced for llic first of Ihree necessary readings. Opposition at that time brought about a delay until after the new city budget was drawn for the fiscal year which began on Oct. 1. This svas to satisfy de- mands from residents thai they be given a concrete in- tlicalion as lo liow soon thc cily might begin work In provide water and sewer ser- vices. Some was sub- sequently budgeted for ex- tension of water mains into cily plim Monday night, and meanwhile a resident of ISnicrald Hills said he also plans to take issue with the city about failure to move toward adequate fire pro- lection. The spokesman said Ihe cily has planned no action for (he current fiscal year lo acquire a new sub-divi- sion, fire equipment or per- sonnel which he feels will be needed. A temporary solution, he said, would be (o build on a fire station site which Iho cily already owns at the intersection of Mistletoe Avenue and Sam Houston Drive, even if this meant no more Ilian shifting personnel and equipment from (lie present Louis Street Suh- stalion. The long range solution really needed, however, "is (o acquire a site about a half-mile outside Ihe present cily limits" lo serve future growth in the area, the spokesman said. Returning From Job In Dallas Barry Davis Dies Inslanlly By .IAAIKS -SIMON'S Advocate Slaff Writer i A 3-l-yoar-olcl man who was employed as a pluitocngraver for The Advocate in IMS and Iftia and was formerly associ- ated wilh Graham Printing Co., was killed Friday night in a car-truck accident eleven miles norlh of Waco. The victim was Barry Wayne Davis, the father of four chil- dren, who was en route to his Victoria home from Dallas where he bad been a foreman lot a photoengraving plant for past eight months. He re- sided on Lower Mission Valley Itoad. Strikes Truck Investigators said Davis' car was in collision wilh the rear of a truck loaded with alfalfa _____ .._ ,._.........ings and ius bclh vehicles were traveling Ihompson, representing Viclo-jflcw combat missions in vn four-lane U.S. High- ria and Ihc Mil District in Cori- S'oiKh Pacific where he won the' 81 "le McLennan grcss, will introduce U. S. Rep. Distinguished Flying Cross and Colmly lown of Elm Loll. Jim Wright at a Johiuon-tluni-jothcr decorations Tliey said the car went under- phrey rally here Monday eve- thc scrvice neath thc rear of (he Iruck he won election to lhe Texas .wils ririvcn bV Mi- Thompson Due For Demo Rally Congressman Clark W.dlarbor, lie won Iris Slate Sen. William N. (Bill) I'atman also will be on hand for tlie first major rally of the Democratic spokesman for the county com mittec reported Saturday. The rally will begin at Legislature and served parts of Ilirce (erms as mayor of Wcalh- erford, during which time he elected President of the i'lCatholics Set Other Victoria citizens plan- ning to attend arc Mr. and Mrs. ficn Ritterskamp, Dave Shef- field, II. L. DeFni-d, H. P. Bar- Almost Catholics will (AP) 'Tiiljlic United Nations, has ccj luted Die world organization on its 190..... Three clii gti, Tshombe fought Merits Recalled Similar concern has been reported in Communist East: European countries. East Cler-j ary and. e been Khru-; -it 2-m1 be unable lo altcndjpVm', ami'teginVarcing kt of the water commit-jLady of Lourdes Church winch skies' Communist1 outlying areas, wilh a sub- (p.m. at Club Westerner and will slanlial portion earmarked for the Emerald Hills-Broad Acres areas. The city still has not made clear, how- ever, how soon il can pro- vide sewer service in the over-all area, which includes a low-lying section between Victoria Country Cliib and the Cucro highway in the area of Wagner Street and Lingo Lane. by paiticnlanly, sewer scrvice in as one of 15 cannot be provided without Young Men" in American pol-: itics, Rep. Wright has been in 'Congress since lf'55 and one of his most impoi'Uinl assignments has been on the House Public Works Committee where he took active part in preparation of the pay-as-you-go Interstate High- way Act and the Omnibus Riv- ers and Harbors bill. A nalive of Texas, Wright League of Texas Municipalities (now Texas Municipal i'mv', Till r- Mm t 1< L. reprosenls tlie District in Congress, Texas' chad Leon Carpenter of Chic- kasha, Okla. Carpenter escap- ed injury although both vehicles were demolished. Davis was pronounced dead on arrival al Providence llos- in Waco following the collision. His death was Harry Muddin anil Richard i unlay Cullcn are co-chairmen for the yj t c Victoria County election cam- u J i jpnujn. with Mrs. C. K. McKanjSectfoi 'a SJn jjr. as chairman for women's of irirtv leaders fro" jsiirroimdini! counties at Monday costly the installation of lift stations; although there is disagreement between city officials and residents as lo just how costly the project will be. Opponents of annexation are expected to reiterate these arguments against the for the Rice-Texan game The highlight of the of Columbus will (.'liff Howard in town on an er- will be an address al a [unch-ljsh an escoii of honor lo the rand and in a hurry Mrs..con Monday by Alvin A. fiur-iBlosscd Sacrament. Gary Wacker having an unus- Ser, executive director of Ihej...............----------- ualiy busy day. Mary JUifjarll'I'c.vas Research League. His! l-'illcy proud of her paint is "Growing Pains in! land pony she received on hcr'fexas Government." j reccnl lltli birthday Jayi Fly said Dial the entire Sun-' Garner practicing his electricity afternoon session of his guitar when business is will be devoted toi Jean looking for lhe now program alarm in (Sec I'KOBK, :xplosion al, southeast lhe arsenal m three monlhs. In! two work- particular kind of skirl without much luck The Swain Mc- iiridcs of liivez'skle, Calif., visiting his sister and her hus aimed at a greater awareness and participation by South Tex- ans in good government al all levels. Fly and committee co-chair- hand, Sir. and .Mrs. Lee A. Lenz.man William Key began work Mar. Alcncfee not loo proud1 on the new program at a mcct- of her liayfevcr Mr. and of their commillce in Vic- Mrs. K. J. Kuchs of Cuero final-1 loria earlier Ihis monlh. :i European Com-lthc firsl on Aug. 7, IK, fafjc I2A) jmcn wcrc Section Chairmen Named As UF Opens Local Office mph. High Section chairmen IHIVC been [the campaign upon his arrival appointed, lhe campaign reclor has arrived and a down- here last week. Nathan has announced the ly agreeing on Die name, Chris- (oplier Ainu town office has been opened j following scelion chairmen: for the 10M United Fund drive1 Atlvancc gifts Fi. Cloyd Hamilton, and Wallace Gill. Mocllcr KG, low 57. South Central Texas: Partly cloudy Sunday and Monday with a few showers .south. High Sun- iday 75-85, High Saturday 80, low 33. Tides (Porl Lavaca Porl O'Connor Low p.m. Sunday and p.m. Monday. High p.m. Sunday and p.m. Monday. Barometric pressure al sea levle: 30.011, CAUIIOI.I, WKHICKG Pi'inling Co. for Iwo-and-a-lialf years and was with The Advo- cate's engraving department from October of 1902 lo March of 1963. At one time he was mechani- cal superintendent of Port Pub- lishing Co. in Corpus Christi and had earlier owned photo- engraving plants in El Campn and Houston. While working in Dallas, he commuted between there and Victoria every other weekend. 1 Funeral arrangements were i incomplete Saturday night at [Lamprecht Funeral Home in jYorktown but are expect--I to I be held Monday afternoon. Burial will be in Wcslside Cem- j elcry in Yorklown. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Carol Davis; lhe four daugh- ters, Caron, Ivy, Geri and Bari, all of Victoria and a brother, Rex Davis of Corpus Christi. lili.'iriii Slops Aside SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) An old revolutionary and Ihe mayor of Saigon were 'reported Saturday night named to head a new government as Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khnnh laid aside Ihe public trappings of power as premier. l5 Director To Speak At Meeting in Vi Carroll a California forma and American liar as- jiiltorncy who is also a director socialions and is a former prcsi- "'ill be dent of (he Downey-Los Cerrilos when Bar Association. He resides with ln parlicipalion interestingitn obtain for u for Iheir third son, ln pari i L vgovornmcnla affairs, we a so and Mil; child born recently lo do an job 'in Sidney Dean in linu for birth- day congratulations tomorrow Anil Mrs. Les Rrcssie will be celebrating a birlhrlay Ihci same (lay O'Connor Museum open today1 innhi from :i-5 p.m. wilh its current thm'ricj art exhibit, and again day from 10-12 a.m. INDEX FJHnrllil :s 2-A l-arm Z-A Movii'i ..I UN nil s.l-ll spam ..tVN trm ..tUH frlni agencies. The office has been opened in Ihe same location as last year at 110 Soulh Main, Cam- paign Chairman Ken Nathan reports. Directing the campaign 18 par- VanValkenburgh, Rcnny brcclit, B. C. Rnnlin, H. General gifts Otto Sunset Sunday p.m., I'ions International, will be dent of (he Downey-Los Cerrilos Schuenemann, Will Monday a.m. 'Ihc principal Raima Jones and Ben Riltcrs- kamp. H. Gaulhicr, T. A. Jones, Dr. Thomas L. Martin, Roger C. Hamel, Slan lluncnak, Elmer Howard, Joe Donalson and Leo Welder. Kmploye gifts James R. Cole and ......FUN year is Joe Small, a repre-. Community Serv- M- Taylor. ''ca6uo, of Dallas. Hc be- Business and se'ci. alga" coordinating activities fcingifls division Area gifts division Mrs. Her- bert Wischkacmper, Mrs. Wcl- don Schmidt, Mrs. Charles Moscatelli, Mrs. J, T. Webb, Mrs. Bruno Leila and Mrs. L. L. Wedemeior. Division chairmen, announced previously, are Charles Scot! Hanley, advance gifts; Bill Klotz, employe gifts; Ted Reed, Wmllmr nxtromcs for of his wife and three children in IIP- Low VI in OIV huh as Ihcir sixlh annual con-iBcllflowcr, Calif., and has in Victoria Sunday. served as president of Ihc Los Tin" iiuimnaimn on dai.v ''hc honor York- Angeles County spring fair, ihc us WMihtr Lmns Club on the of licllflowcr Sports- Today's Chuckle business and professional; professional iC'lnixle Matthews, general gifls, Joe and IJmmctt McC'ullcy. i If lhe U. S. Government can pay farmers not lo raise corn anil ivhoal, why can't they pay (lie neighbors nut lo raise kids anil crah grass? ils Slh anniversary, [man's Club, chairman of (ne 'B Klecled to lhe inlcnialionaljBcllflower Red Cross fund drive board of direclors al the con-! and direclor of the Bellflower venlion in Florida last of Commerce. Weherg had served ns a deputy' Wcberg luikls (hc master key and district governor and chair-: award and is an international man of various committees in counsellor of Lions. California before being elevated Also attending lhe session will to his present position. he District Governor William Hc is n member ot lhc of Krccpoil aud his wile.   

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