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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 31, 1974, Atchison, KansasOnce shunned tar Sands now valued by Peter Arnett a special correspondent Athabasca tar Sands Canada a for a Century it was labelled a fuel of the fun Only trappers and the Fleet footed animals they hunted ventured into the wilderness of stunted Pines and bog that covers the Athabasca tar Sands. That has All been changed by the bruising International pet a politics of an Energy hungry world. Now the multinational Oil giants Are focusing their at Tention on these Oil bearing Black spongy Sands entered in the Canadian wilderness 500 Miles above the . Border. Huge machines have started ripping at the Earth As the cur Tain rises on what Petroleum Industry officials . Experts and Canadian politicians be Lieve will be Athabasca s entry into the world of major Energy suppliers. One of the world s biggest known Oil Range upward from 300 billion barrels of crude As much As the known recoverable reserves in the Middle East is trapped in Sand and water at Athabasca. So far the Oil Industry has scratched at Only a tiny Corner of the Square Miles of tar deposits a Region the size of new Hampshire and Massachusetts combined. A solitary extraction Plant owned by Sun Oil of Philadelphia is producing barrels of crude a Day. But a target Date of 1978 has been set for a new billion Dollar Plant to be on Stream. The most conservative Industry executives estimate that a million barrels of crude a Day will be flowing from Athabasca by the end of the 1960s. That s just a Little less than the amount the United states got from saudi Arabia before the embargo. Those experts willing to look ahead further see 20 to 30 extraction plants producing three million barrels a Day from ath Abasca by the turn of the Century. That represents nearly a sixth of what the United states currently consumes daily. That will be much More than Canada a senior Canadian official in Ottawa told this reporter. I presume the United states will get the sur America May also Benefit from the technological develop ment of the tar Sands. Vast re serves of crude Oil Are held in the generally similar shale Oil and Coal formations of the United states. As we meet these problems at Athabasca then the Day will be brought closer when the United states can economically develop Coal and shale Oil crude and win True Independence from non North american fuel said Carl 0. Nickle a leading Canadian authority on Energy and former publisher of the daily Oil Bulle tin in Calgary. Athabasca was ignored in the past by the Oil giants because crude was much easier to get elsewhere. Winning a barrel Ful at ath Abasca costs from tar Sands near the surface. At Athabasca men and machines must move and process three tons of peat bog and Sand to win just one barrel of crude in temperatures that hover at 30 below Zero in Winter and 100 above in summer. Capital expenditures at ath Abasca will be astronomical. Plans for three new mining operation plants to be completed by the Early 1960s Call for Cash outlays totalling billion. The first of these scheduled to go on Stream in 1978, is planned by sync rude Canada Ltd., a company formed by four . Firms Exxon corp., cities service co., Atlantic Richfield co., and Gulf Oil corp., in partnership with the government of Alberta which owns the tar Sands. The sync rude project with an extraction Plant bigger than most refineries and a Power Plant Large enough to fuel a Small City is the most expensive planned to Date a Cost of billion. Two companies of the Royal dutch Shell group Shell Canada Ltd. And Shell explorer Ltd. Plan a billion Plant to pro Duce barrels a Day. The third projected Plant will be built by Petrosina Canada Ltd., at a Cost of million to produce barrels a Day. What makes investments this size worthwhile for the Oil giants is that the economics Are finally coming said a senior Canadian government Energy official. The Middle East crude that comes out of the ground at 10 cents a barrel costs refineries because of royalties and taxes. Experts Point out that 26.5 billion barrels of crude can be won at Athabasca by conventional strip mining methods at a Cost of a Little Over a barrel. More sophisticated methods will be required to tap the Oil in tar Sands below 150 feet of sur face Earth. The rapid Price increase of crude is Welcome news to the great Canada Oil Sands Ltd., a company owned 98 continued on Page 11 Atchison i sunday Globe per copy Atchison Kansas sunday March 31, 1974 28 pages year 29513 City commission give attention to dump in streets overheard there h safety in numbers and that s Why people sing in choruses Campaign committee up blames creep for gop problems Chicago a vice pres ident Gerald r. Ford said sat urday the political lesson of watergate was never again must americans allow an arro Gant elite guard of political adolescents to dictate the terms of a National election Campaign. Ford referred to the com Mittee for the re election of the president which ran president vote on april 6 building plans for us 377 outlined the proposed new Atchison county Community High school building at Effingham will have about Square feet of floor space and be located on property owned by the District East and North of Crossroads report dear editor a scientist thinks he May soon identify a chemical in their blood which lets some animals hibernate. Squirrels bears etc., which sleep through the Winter food Scarcity and awake when there is More Are being studied by a or. Dawe. And if he finds out How they do it maybe us people can take a dose of the chemical they use and Start living on our after tax income by hibernating half of the time especially if Congress also would go into hibernation instead of spen Dation for part of each year. . Scott Crossroads .a. The present athletic Field in Effingham according to Vernon weakly us 377 superintendent of schools. Residents of the District will vote saturday on a proposal to Issue in Bonds for the new school and additions at jul 4 school at Cummings and at the lat Casler scrotal any . Citizen in or older who is a resident in the District and is properly registered May vote. The polling places have been announced As follows Benton township Effingham fire station Center township Cummings Ju-4school grass Hopper and Capioma town ships and District voters in Jackson county Muscotah City Hall. Lancaster township including Huron City Lancaster City Hall it. Pleasant and Walnut townships and District voters in Jefferson county Potter school Shannon township and District voters in Doniphan county Bellevue school. Polls will be open from 7 . Until 7 . The proposed High school building will be oriented so that the South Side of the Structure is about parallel to continued on Page 11 Nixon s Campaign in 1972. It violated the historic concept of the two party system in America and ran roughshod Over the seasoned political judgment and experience of the regular Republican party organization in the so Ford said. The fatal defect of creep was that it made its own rules and thus made its own creep is the double edged acronym Ford used in referring to the Campaign committee in his speech to More than Midwest republicans. The audience including presidential hopeful sen. Charles Percy and gop National chair Man George Bush stood and cheered when Ford said the political lesson of watergate is this never again must americans allow an arro Gant elite guard of political adolescents like creep to by continued on Page 11 Kissinger secretly marries Washington a Secretary of state Henry a. Kissin Ger who cultivated a swinger reputation by dating Beautiful actresses was mar ried saturday in a civil ceremony to Nancy Maginnes a tall blonde foreign policy researcher and his most constant female companion. The marriage evidently had been tentatively set and called off several times since last de Cember. The judge Francis e. Thomas jr., told a reporter continued on Page 11 six of these Atchison county youths have been selected to attend american legion boys state at Lawrence and two have been named As alternates. From left they Are Michael Nass Phillip Ball Kevin Mayo Mathew Taylor Ronald honer Michael Hicks Justin Rueb and Kurt Weber. Bob Ham photo. Name six for boys state six Atchison county youths one from Maur Hill prep school one from Atchison county Community High school Effingham and four from Atchison High school have been named delegates to the 37th session of the american legion boys state of Kansas which will be held on the Campus of the University of Kansas at Lawrence during the week of june 2-8. The boys and their sponsoring organizations Are Michael Gerard Nass Maur project Independence Energy policy criticized Globe Honor Roll for March Washington a a private two year study of Energy policy sharply criticizes the Nixon administration s current drive to develop . Energy re sources at top Speed. In a preliminary report sat urday the Ford foundation s Energy policy project said the government should consider seriously an alternative policy of slowing or halting the growth of Energy demand by the end of this Century. The report said most of the nation s remaining Fossil fuels Are in fact owned by the Public Ami their management by the Federal government can shape the nation s Energy future. But it said the existing sys tem was designed to encourage resource development and works against considering other options. To our the report said the most fundamental Choice is a sense of direction continued on Page 11 Hill prep school Fleming Jackson Seever Post 6, american legion. Kevin Rene Mayo a chs Effingham Poe 647. Ronald Jay honer has rotary club. Kurt James Weber has Fellowship club. Phillip Keith Ball has kiwanis club. Justin Duane Rueb has Voiture 1432, 40-8. Kevin Mayo is the son of mrs. Karen Mayo and the late Frank Mayo he resides with his Mother at Muscotah. Kevin is Active in Demolay 4-h, Kays Fra youth for Christ the methodist Church my choir and sunday school and the school band and choir. He is a member of the Atchison county historical society Kays science club and math club. Ronald son of or. And mrs. Jack honer 836 parallel continued on Page 11 april arrives tomorrow and so does some perennial areas of concern for City govern ment Spring cleanup and Street improvement work. During tomorrow s . Meeting of the City commission at City Hall the commission will consider an april 6 dump in request from sweep inc., and hear a report of the 1974 Street improvement program. City manager Don Stone May also comment on plans for a 90 Day cleanup Campaign being designed by City staff. Sweep inc., will sponsor a dump in at the National guard armory in conjunction with the Myca and rotary club saturday from . Until noon. A pickup service will be available for those unable to take their recyclable refuse to the armory dump site. Ready for final passage at tomorrow s meeting will be amended ordinances per mitting property owners to do certain plumbing and electrical work on their family residences. A group of plumbers and electricians appeared at the last com Mission meeting and seemed satisfied with testing procedures As outlined by the City governing body for this Type of work also ready for enactment is an amended ordinance redefining medical dental and health clinics to permit operation of a pharmacy within such facilities. Appointments Are in order to the building code appeals Board and the City s Industrial advisory committee. Terms of Fred Dyer and Bill Block on the building code Board will expire april 7 and a term of Jim Needham on the Industrial committee expires wednesday. The commissioners will also act to fill a vacancy on the Industrial committee according to the Agenda. City manager Don Stone has continued on Page 11 five still held by ethiopians Asmara Ethiopia a efforts by Tenn eco Oil co. To negotiate release of three americans and two canadians captured by rebels in Northern Ethiopia brought no reported Progress saturday. Members of the eritrean liberation front captured the five after their helicopter went Down tuesday in a storm 45 Miles Northwest of Massaway on the red sea sources said. Villagers said the guerrillas burned the Craft and took the five with the army in Pursuit. A military search was called off to permit negotiations and Edward Burchall chief of ten Neco Oil co. In Ethiopia re fused to comment on the negotiations until after the five were freed informants said. In Houston tex., Tenn eco said the captured men included Motta Pamela a american consultant to the ethiopian minis continued on Page 11 wrongly advised guardian regrets refusing to testify Cleveland Ohio a one of eight Ohio National guardsmen indicted by a Federal grand jury in the Kent state shootings said he May have made a mistake by refusing to testify before the jury. Mathew j. Mcmanus said in a copyright interview saturday with the Elyria chronicle Tele Gram that he was Only follow ing his lawyer s advice but taking the fifth amendment maybe really was t such a Brilliant idea after the fifth amendment guarantees a citizen s right against self incrimination. Mcmanus 28, of West Salem said in an interview that seven other guardsmen had been advised by the same lawyer to take the fifth. They were probably the ones indicted because we were possibly advised he said. Mcmanus said the National guard assigned the attorney to continued on Page 11 to Kan area mar Butler for being selected As a finalist in the 1974 National Merit scholarship Competition. A son of or. And mrs. Larry Butler 325 Atchison Street and senior at Atchison High school his selection was announced this month after he qualified last october As a semifinalist. A member of the National Honor society and an Honor Roll student every semester at has he is Captain of the has band this year. He also participates in track. Robert for being named a sum Merfield scholar at the University of Kansas Lawrence As Well As his selection As a finalist in the National Merit scholarship Competition for 1974. A son of or. And mrs. Robert c. Henry 825 North seventh Street he has had the highest achievement record in his class at Maur Hill prep for the past three years and has been on the school s Honor Roll every Quarter for four years. He has twice been awarded the next certificate signifying he is in the upper 10 per cent of the nation s High school students. John Jim Murphy for his selection As a 1974 National Merit scholarship finalist an Honor shared by less than half of one per cent of the nation s graduating secondary school seniors. A student at Maur Hill prep school he is a son of or. And mrs. Robert w. Murphy 321 Atchison Street. Listed on the school s Honor Roll Many times he has won major letters in football dramatics and band and sings in the mixed ensemble group of Maur mount St. Scholastica Academy. He is Secretary treasurer of his senior class. for her 40 years of service to girl scouting in Atchison and the area for which she received recognition at the 22nd annual meeting of the Midland Empire girl scout Council recently in St. Joe. She was presented a 40-year pin. Through the years she has served in almost every phase of girl scouting. She was also recognized by the Council for her work in behalf of scouting during the Atchison United Way Campaign last fall As a member of the United Way Board. De Marshall for being honoured at the Pony express Council s 15th annual Eagle recognition Day event in St. Joe earlier this month. The 1973 Eagle rank class of boy scouts largest in the Council s history with 267 members honoured the at Chison Man for his Many years in scouting. He is presently serving As vice president of the Council s executive Board. He is a member of the tribe of Mic-0-say, holds the Silver Beaver award Scouters key and training award. A former school teacher he is associated with Mark Henry in Henry co. Investments Here. James for being named Honor Farmer of the year by the Farmers Home administration for Atchison and Doniphan counties. The Severance area agribusiness Man and his wife were guests of. Honor at a District Farmers Home administration dinner held in Lawrence earlier this month. They were recognized by Omha for their Many contributions to agriculture in Doniphan county and to their Community. They own 300 acres and they rent an additional 400 acres of Doniphan county land and both engage in various activities of their Community. Or. Emerson Yoder for his being honoured and Given special recognition at the recent annual dinner meeting of the raw Valley heart association at the Crown Center hotel in Kansas City to. The Denton physician was presented an award by Hugh Grubiss immediate past president of Ivha for distinguished service in the Field of Medicine in Kansas. Besides serving the needs of Denton residents he also serves a Large area of Northeast Kansas in his practice and is Active in Community and civic affairs of Doniphan county. Increasing cloudiness and mild today with a slight Chance of showers late this afternoon. High near 70. Kansas Cloudy today with scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms. A Little warmer East. Scattered showers and thunderstorms East tonight. Low 30s Northwest to mid 40s Southeast Cloudy to partly Cloudy East and sunny West monday. Cooler with highs in the 60s. cloudiness today with a slight Chance of showers Northwest by evening. Chance of showers tonight. Low generally in the 50s. Monday partly Cloudy Northwest showers ending elsewhere. High in the 60s. Temperatures barometric pressure humidity wind direction and velocity readings furnished by Atchison Cablevision inc., weather Channel thermometer readings 2p.m .66 3p.m.67 4p.m.68 5p.m .69 .6p.m .70 7p.m.70 bp.m.68 9p.m.65 Low yesterday 42 temperatures a year ago today Low 40, High 54 precipitation a Trace. Token at 1 . Barometer.29.74 falling humidity.27 per cent wind.2w River stages Omaha 5.9 no change Nebraska City 10-2 up .1 Rulo 10.? up .1 St Joe 11.5 up .1 Atchison 14.9 no change Wise is the housewife who cleans closets with want ads. Pm. 367-0583 for

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