Corporation Commission

THE JOURNAL RECORD, May 1, 1988 | Go to article overview

Corporation Commission


(24646)

NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 144,523

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Santa Fe Minerals, A Division of Santa Fe International Corporation. Relief Sought: Drilling and Spacing Units. Legal Description: Sections 28, 33, 34 and 35, Township 6 North, Range 15 East, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas and all other interested persons, particularly in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, and more particularly Louis Gaberino Sr. and Mary Ann Gaberino; Sam Brence; Louis J. Gaberino, Jr.; James D. Gaberino; Dan River, Inc.; James E. Little; Ola Estelle Cordell; Shirley A. Greenmeyer; Jerry D. Little; Koch Exploration Company; Earl L. Parmenter and, if deceased, all known and unknown heirs, legatees, devisees and assigns; Etta Lee Parmenter; Robert E. Bolster; Phyllis Murray and George Murray; Jaquelyn Watson, Guardian for Francis E. Kenney; Geraldine Johnson Cady and Jack G. Cady; John Alva Johnson, a/k/a Jay Alva Johnson; Don C. Taylor; Debra Lee Guse; Deidre Lynn Ballard; Twila Ann McLoughlin; Kent Alder Taylor; Richard Clark Taylor; Pheotene Carney; Reine Forrester; Robert C. Switzer and Suzanne Switzer; Vera McCoy; Elizabeth N. Watson; Otis S. Duran; Herschel D. Snider and Norma D. Snider; Leon G. Belotte; Reba Thomas; Memory Gardens, Inc.; Ed Orr & Associates; Edward Randell Ward and Ada Nel Ward; Vera McCoy; Donna Hamman Stephenson, William E. Hamman, Doyle T. Hamman, Harvey U. Hamman, John Hamman, Jr., Alice Hamman Smith, & Ollie Hamman Manning; Gene A. Brent and Patricia A. Brent; Opal Mae Brent; George Donald Brent; Walter Leon Brent; Glen Dale Brent; Leatious Brent; Inez Brent Rucker; W. M. Cloud; Oliver White and, if deceased, all known and unknown heirs, legatees, devisees and assigns and Emily White Howell; Edwina M. Byers; ALECO Production Company; Jerry Brent; Lillie Mae Patrick; Kenny L. Patrick; Mark Ray Patrick; Robert C. Switzer and Suzanne Switzer; Lois Athena Brent Burruss; John M. Roth and Irene Roth; Jim Emery; Gary L. McKnight, Trustee Gary Lee McKnight and McKnight Realty Company; N.D. Frew and L.M. Frew; Rayford L. Overton and Lavinia Sue Overton; First State Bank of Odessa, Texas, N.A., Successor Trustee of the Tom Hansen Company, Inc. Employees Profit Sharing Plan and Trust; Ida Mae Geter; John White and, if deceased, all known and unknown heirs, legatees, devisees and assigns and John White, Jr. and Carolyn Sue White; Harry White and, if deceased, all known and unknown heirs, legatees, devisees and assigns and Letha White and Harribell White Gage; Sharon Diane White; Larry Hill; Charles W. Sisler; Wilma L. Peters and Beverlee Gay Hill; Martin D. Bohreer and Opal Bohreer; J.E. & L.E. Mabee Foundation, Inc.; Carroll Resources Corp.; Michelle E. Westbrook; Tom A. Maisano, Rita Jo Morgan, Paul Anthony Maisano, Rhonda Jean Maisano and Jeffrey Clyde Maisano; Jean B. Buhler; Tom Hansen, Trustee of the Tom Hansen Co. Inc. Employees Profit Sharing Plan and Trust; Laura White Harper and, if deceased, all known and unknown heirs, legatees, devisees and assigns and Samuel Harper; Mollie White Tillford and, if deceased, all known and unknown heirs, legatees, devisees and assigns and Charles Willis Tillford; MacNadine McCann; Paul Olinger and Rebecca Olinger; Leon A. Maggard and Jimmy J. Maggard; Little Dixie Radio, Inc.; Douglas Burns; George M. Brown, Jr., M.D.; Bruce H. Brown, M.D.; James L. Kenney; Hearlton O. Cooley, Ivy Cooley, Gary Osban Cooley and David Arthur Cooley; Lucy Clara Masters; Gertrude Marino Compton and Clement Compton; Amanda Lane and Albert Lane and, if deceased, all known and unknown heirs, legatees, devisees and assigns and Kenneth C. Johnson; Tom Hansen; Francis E. Kenney, Debra Tennison, Demetra Tennison, Sandra Tennison, Willie Toole, Towanda Toole and Douglas Harris; Douglas Harris, and if deceased, all known and unknown heirs, legatees, devisees and assigns; Robbie C.

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