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From: email@example.com (Tom Klemesrud)
Subject: Re: Scientology oil interests in Oklahoma
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Date: Mon, 10 Jul 1995 01:39:32 GMT
Jeff Jacobsen (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
: The Minneapolis Tribune of December 4, 1983 says the Church of
: Scientology Flag Services Organization Inc. purchased a 25%
: interest in HG & G, Inc. of Oklahoma City. HG & G, Inc. is called
: an oil and gas exploration company.
: Does anybody know more about this?
Jack Taylor wrote a substantial article on this is the Denver Post
unknow month 27, 1983; title "Scientologists in Oil Business."
This would be about the same time that Autor Services invested
money is a Reno, Nevada send-us-money-we'll-keep-it-in-gold-in-
our-vault business. James Lowell Demurs ran the outfit called
Great Western Wealth. Howard Ruff of "Ruff Times" did a negative
article about the company. Demurs split, and the company was broke.
A couple reserve Sherriffs who worked for a radio station there
started investigating. Enter Gene Ingram representing Author Services
with this bit of advise for the reporters: "If you are going to mess
with the hawk, you'd better beware of the beak."
DeMurs was last seen in Tustin, CA ... quietive.
Sir Tom Klemesrud
Knights of Xenu (KoX)