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“At Texaco we’re free to rock the boat. To go with an unconventional idea when only a few can see the potential. One of those ideas resulted in a major development in gasoline technology.”
    Dan Daly is a research chemist at the Texaco Research Center in Beacon, New York. He’s a member of the special team that developed Texaco’s Clean System3 gasoline.
    The challenge: to clean up deposits in the intake systems of today’s high-tech engines.
    “We could have used a pre-existing additive package. That would have kept us at par with the current technology in the industry. But we chose to go beyond that. To be innovative, even if it did mean taking a risk.”
    The result: a remarkable system of gasolines that keep new cars running like new and can help restore performance to older cars.
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“KEEP IT CLEAN.”


“For five years Texaco’s gasification technology lighted 100,000 homes with clean energy from coal. We keep it clean with a gasification process that we invented and perfected. It’s a very workable solution to a difficult environmental problem.”
    Madeleine Marchese is General Manager, Marketing for Texaco Syngas Inc.
    “Our coal gasification process has produced over 2.5 billion kilowatt hours of electricity for California. That’s a record no other coal gasification process has even come close to.
   “The Texaco process has not only been proven economically, it exceeds the clean air standards proposed by the Bush Administration. That proposal is for the future. Texaco is ready now. . .
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“EVEN ON THE BATTLE LINE,
WE KEPT OUR EYE ON THE BOTTOM LINE.”


Through court battles, bankruptcy and a proxy fight, we maintained healthy operating earnings, increasing significantly this year.
    Our return on equity has placed us in the top half of our eight major competitors.
    Today, as a new, restructured Texaco, we’re more competitive than ever, applying increased resources to supply energy all over the world.
    Our new team is taking the offensive – in retail gasolines and motor oils, credit-card marketing, finished lubricants, refining, chemicals and worldwide oil exploration.
    Last year our shareholders supported our efforts to build the New Texaco.
    This year we’re proving that were right.

    (SIGNATURE)
    James W. Kinnear
   President and Chief Executive Officer  
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“WE’VE TRIMMED DOWN
TO A HEALTHY $26 BILLION.”


We are completing one of the largest restructuring in the history of American enterprise.
  We’ve trimmed down our assets and increased our earnings.
    And we’re once again a leader in the toughest league in the world – international oil.
    We’ve sold assets that have more value to others than to us and formed an historic joint venture. Today, we’re an aggressive, healthy international oil company with more than $26 billion in assets and a 16.9% return on equity.
    With the restructuring proceeds, we’ve reduced our debt, increased our capital investment and are rewarding loyal shareholders.
    But the New Texaco is not just the result of restructured assets, but of a renewed entrepreneurial spirit that will keep us on a hurry-up offense in marketing, ahead of the curve in energy exploration and a visionary in new ideas and products.
    We aim to be the most admired, competitive and profitable company in our industry and to further enhance the value of our shareholders’ investment.
    That’s not just a goal – that’s a commitment.

    (SIGNATURE)
    James W. Kinnear,
   President and Chief Executive Officer  
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WE WORK BEST UNDER ENORMOUS
PRESSURE AT HIGH SPEEDS.


It’s not just our quality Texaco lubricants that work like that.
    It’s our people.  Making sure you have the right lubricant at the right place at the right time.
    People who know what needs to be done in the pulp and paper business and which Texaco product does it best.
    It’s a major commitment to you from America’s No. 1 marketer of finished lubricants.
    Call about it.
We make your world run smoother.
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WE RUN FAST AND HEAVY
IN ALL KINDS OF WEATHER.


It’s not just our quality Texaco lubricants that run like that.
    It’s our people.  Making sure you have the right lubricant at the right place at the right time.
    People who know what needs to be done on railroads and which Texaco product does it best.
    It’s a major commitment to you from America’s No. 1 marketer of finished lubricants.
   Call about it.

We make your world run smoother.
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NOW ACROSS FLORIDA, MORE TEXACO
STARS JOIN AMERICA’S LARGEST TRUCK
STOP NETWORK.


You’ll find Texaco Stars sparking all along the major Interstates of Florida – all part of America’s largest truck stop network.
    Come in and fill up with quality Texaco diesel fuels, Ursa Super Plus heavy duty truck oil and other quality Texaco products.
   One thing that’s always welcome is your Texaco Truck Card. If you don’t have a card, pick up an application at any Texaco Truck Stop or write . . .  
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NOW ON I-80 NEAR RAWLINS, WY,
ANOTHER TEXACO STAR JOINS AMERICA’S
LARGEST TRUCK STOP NETWORK.


There’s a growing galaxy of Texaco Truck Stops across the Rockies and across the country – where you’ll find the coffee hot ’n’ fresh and the welcome warm ’n’ friendly. All part of America’s largest Truck Stop Network. Rip Griffin’s is one of them.
    Come in and fill up with quality Texaco diesel fuels, Ursa Super Plus heavy duty truck oil and other quality Texaco products.
   One thing that’s always welcome is your Texaco Truck Card.  If you don’t have one, pick an application at any Texaco Truck Stop or write . . .  
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DON’T DO THIS TO PENNSYLVANIA’S
WORLD-CLASS TELEPHONE SERVICES.


VOTE “NO” ON 667, 668, 669.

The three telecom bills now up for consideration, if they become law, will place new rules, regulations, costs, and burdens on the two largest providers of telecommunications in Pennsylvania.
    At the same time, the bills will unfairly shield all out-of-state and other telecommunications competitors from the same burdens.
    The result will be unfair competition with out-of-state concerns and force Bell Atlantic to perform on an unlevel playing field – and that’s not good for anyone, especially Pennsylvania’s consumers.
   So, for the sake of Pennsylvania, the thousands of Bell Atlantic of Pennsylvania employees, and the future of telecommunications in the state in the next century, we urge you to knock out Senate bills 667, 668, and 669 and vote NO.  
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