Corporation Commission

THE JOURNAL RECORD, November 15, 1988 | Go to article overview

Corporation Commission


(37761)

NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 147,602

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Amerada Hess Corporation. Relief Sought: Deletion and Respacing. Legal Description: Section 2, Township 5 North, Range 12 West, Caddo County, Oklahoma.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All interested persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas and all other interested persons in Section 2, Township 5 North, Range 12 West, Caddo County, Oklahoma; and to the following named parties, if living, and if deceased, their Heirs, Executors, Administrators, Devisees, Trustees, and Assigns, Immediate and Remote: Texaco Inc.; Sohio Petroleum Company, a/k/a Standard Oil Production Company; Hondo Oil & Gas Company; Meridian Oil Production Inc.; The Heirs and Successors of E-Rate-Te, deceased Apache Indian Allottee No. 540; Angeline Maynahonah; Richard Henry Maynahonah; Kosope Richard Maynahonah, Jr.; Beverly Ann Yernipeut Toshavik; Carmen Ruth Worcester Evan; Norma A. Worcester Rodiquez; Thomas Herbert Worcester; Luke Herman Worcester; Sherman Tommy Worcester; Millicent Maynahonah; Lewis Maynahonah; Martha Bell Kadayso; The Quintin Little Company; R. D. Jones, Inc.; Hazel L. Leonberger; Travette Smith, Invividually and as Independent Executrix of the Estate of O. Leon Smith, a/k/a Orville L. Smith, deceased; Thad L. Smith; Tamara V. Arnn; Donnah Jo Smith; E. M. Young; Susy P. Jones; Annie J. Burton; Vernon L. Smith; Carmen G. Woods; Fern Leiker and Norman E. Smith; Norman G. Smith; Calvin Lee Smith and Carol D. Smith; Beverly H. Johnston; Mary Lou Johnston; Steve Garner, Gerald D. McGehee and Lindsay Peters, Trustees for the Inez Anderson James Trust, Steve Garner Trust, and Wood Charitable Trust ULWT of W. P. Wood, deceased; Oda W. Belcher and Betty L. Parmer, Individually and as Co-Trustees of the Oda W. Belcher Living Trust; Mary Brantley Tate; Frances B. Homeyer; Shirley L. Hicks; Alice M. Smith; Elwyn R. Smith; Billie D. Smith; Marjorie Annette Smith Knudsen; D. L. Robinette; Robert Robinette, a/k/a Robert McDowell; Loren Robinette; Jennie Robinette Bashelier; Sarah Anne Robinette; Elizabeth Tabor Bottler, Individually and as Trustee of the Philip Tabor Testamentary Trust; Margaret C. Billingslea, Malissa Lou Billingslea Webster, Frank Ross Billingslea, Jr. and Margaret Billingslea Tatum Herndon; Singer Bros., a partnership; Cullinan Petroleum Company; S. E. Cullinan and Olive Cullinan; Arthur A. Hicks; Wester W. Hicks; Bobby Eugene Shockley; Letrice Anita Guy; Petco Limited, a Texas Limited Partnership; W. L. & Mitzi B. McKinney; Randolph Franklin Johnston, Mildred L. Johnston, Gregory Dean Johnston and Mock Partnership; Robert M. Burton and William David Burton; Robert M. Burton, Jr.; Blanche Burton; Marjorie Ann Burton; Sue Ann Spenst; Colonel Sam B. Adams; The Heirs and Successors of James Towho, deceased Apache Indian Allottee No. 543; Carrie Tutstsisah; Arliss Faye Tutstsisah Achilta; Leatrice Tutstsisah Achilta; Walsie Blanche Tutstsisah Achilta; Rosaline Tutstsisah Achilta; Roberta Tutstsisah Tapedo; Harold Tutstsisah; Etheline Kadayso Tutstsisah; Rosharon Tutstsisah Kaulay; Sam L. Wilhite, Jr., Individually and Sam L. Wilhite, Jr., and Martha Jane Wilhite, Co-Trustees under Declaration of Trust dated November 7, 1983; F. W. Dye, Inc.; Marcia A. Hall Crews; Dorothy H. Berkey Renfro; Home-Stake Royalty Corporation; Home-Stake Oil & Gas Company; Raymond Andrew Lewis; Willa D. Lewis; Lloyd Noble and Samedan Oil Corporation; L. L. Jones and Judy Jones Fagin, Trustee; L. W. Biddick, Trustee of the L. W. Biddick Trust dated March 8, 1982; Willilam Smith Spradling; Ilamae Forbes, Trustee under the Ilamae Forbes Revocable Trust of May 28, 1981; Jerome Max Westheimer, Jr., Trustee of the Jerome Max Westheimer, Jr. Trust dated April 13, 1988 and Beverly Westheimer Wellnitz; Barbara B. …

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