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10/15/18, mondayToddie Lee Wynne, whose family provided lodging to Marina Oswald after Kennedy’s assassination;
oil is the subject
houstn, kirby corporation, a shipping and oil concern substantially controlled by the family of the oil depletion allowance king, Clint Murchison.
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The elder Kennedy bought Artic Oil in 1950, which held a half interest in royalty properties, Kravis said. Later, in the mid-1950s, Kennedy invested in oil ventures by the Forest Oil Co., including a producing well in Louisiana in which Edward Kennedy inherited an interest.
After John F. Kennedy became president, his father appears to have decided to step up his oil and gas investments. Kenoil, with Walsh as president, was incorporated in Delaware on Sept. 8, 1961, with a charter to serve as “nominee and agent for ownership of real property, oil, gas and mineral leases, participations, royalties” and other endeavors.
On Dec. 15, 1961, four days before the senior Kennedy was incapacitated by a stroke at his Palm Beach home, the Mokeen Oil Co., again with Walsh as president, was incorporated in Texas to do business in “oil and gas and
estimated sales of $3 million in 1962.
jack Modesett was killed in an automobile accident that year, but Walsh is still listed as president of Mokeen as well as of Kenoil. The Kenoil Corp. was registered to do business in Texas in October 1965 and, it
Walsh is still listed as president of Mokeen as well as of Kenoil. The Kenoil Corp. was registered to do business in Texas in October 1965 and, it appears, has had some business dealings there with Forest Oil.
A closely held, pa-based
exploration and drilling on a 3,000-acre tract of the McAllen Field in Hidalgo County, Tex. According to a Forest Oil executive who asked not to be named, Kenoil was one of the investors. The Forest Oil executive said the
to pay off in the early 1970s, when “a discovery well was drilled.”
The most valuable oil leasehold listed in Kennedy’s blind trust portfolio is a $100,001-to-$250,000 interest in that tract. It is not known how
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Conroe Drilling Co. Kennedy’s capital and Modesett’s drilling company became the basis for Mokeen Oil Co., Inc., which took its name from the combined names of the partners. (Modesett ran the
Modesett ran the companies until his death in an automobile accident last April.) Described by oilmen as “very aggressive,” Mokeen (estimated 1962 sales: $3 million) is now managed by
Armond H. (“Lucky”) Jones of Corpus Christi, but key decisions are made at Kennedy’s New York headquarters.
In the mid-Fifties, Kennedy took another partner in the oil business. He bought an interest in the Sutton Producing Co. of San Antonio, run by William Franklin (Bill) Sutton, who had been drilling land owned by the
land owned by the Continental Oil Co. on a sharing basis. Sutton, 45, is one of the more successful independents in South Texas and describes his operation as “medium-sized.” As in the case of Mokeen, Sutton Producing Co. takes its orders from New York, chiefly from Tom Walsh, an aide who joined Kennedy in the early Fifties.