Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 5, 1973 · Page 9
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10 tfiatoibiira Riflistef *MQjj # ^liibufa> III. Thursday, July A l??3 Utility Group G, E. Williamson, 66, who began work with Burlington Northern Railroad in 1929, retired last week. The BN engineer is pictured above Retires From Railroad at left receiving a distinguished service award from H. E. Shipman, Galesburg terminal manager. TWO RETIRE — Two em­ ployes at the Galesburg Post Office, E. L. Bradford, left, supply and window clerk, and Tom Blaine, claims and window clerk, retired recently after 32 years of public service'. (Register-Mail photos by Steve Stout.) Small APPLIANCES Expertly SERVICED & REPAIRED Hens It Bigt For All Medals of Vacuum Swaepari C"F ELECTRIC 342-6813 829 E. MAIN DECATUR - An electric utility industry group representing half of the electric power generating capacity in the nation has established a research fellowship At the University of California, San Diego, for work relating to an advanced nudtear power plant concept. Dr. William McElroy, UCSD chancellor, said the fellowship grant is from High Temperature Reactor Development Associates, Inc. (HTRDA), an organization comprised of 53 electric unMty companies with headquarters in Rochester, New York. Illinois Power Co., which serves 15,000 square miles of Illinois, is among the participants. The grant, to be administered through the UCSD Office of Graduate Studies, is for research on the gas turbine di- rectHcycie application of the High Temperature Gas-cooled Reactor (HTGR) nudear power system. President E. Ginna, president of HTRDA and retired chairman of Board of Rochester New York) Gas and Electric Company, said the grant of some $15,000 represents residual funds from an HTRDA program initiated 14 years ago to sponsor HTGR research and development. "Since the very successful HTGR program has now reached commercial matunn and advanced nuclear power 'IlillllllilHiiHIililllffl for Projects And Industry concept for the future such as the HTGR-gas turbine sys* tern, with important environmental and economic advantages, is a moist logical and commendable subject for the fellowship/' Ginna said. Ginna said Gulf General Atomic will assist in implementing the fellowship through coordination with its HTGR-gas turbine development program which is sponsored jointly by Gulf, the Atomic Energy Commission and a number of utility companies. Included in the range of research, he said, will be materials behavior, component design and environmental aspects of the system. A direct-cycle gas turbine power plant will eliminate the steam cycle now used in most thermal power plants. Instead, hot helium gas from (he reactor core* will drive a turbine generator, directly. Because of the HTGR's high {(mperature operation, air can be used instead of water for power plant cooling —.a significant advantage for both siting and environmental considerations, Dr. McElroy said the university "welcomes this opportunity to be involved in research basically related to an energy source with such beneficial attributes as the HTGR." "This new fellowship demonstrates the University's determination to maintain a vigorous position on the frontiers of science and technology," he said. Retirement Party Harper Allcon, left, a janitor at Willis Yard for 26 years, was honored recently at a retirement party. Presenting an award to Allcon is H. E. Shipman, Galesburg terminal manager for Burlington Northern Railroad. 48 Years With BN Harold Roberts, an employe of Burlington Northern Railroad for 48 years, retired recently. Roberts began work-in the steel car shop and later became a yard clerk. In 1932 Roberts was promoted to icing foreman of Burlington Refrigerator Co., which was later consolidated with the Western Fruit Express, This department services perishable commodities passing through the railroad terminal. He was appointed district agent in 1947, a position he held for 26 years. AT LAST!! New pavement open at both ends to Driftwood Supper Club Dine & Dance to the Fourmost 5 Mll.s W.ll of Avon Open to Public For Reservations Call 465-3182 DINE and DANCE to the Fourmost SAT., JULY 7th SEE US AT THE KNOX COUNTY FAIR ONE DIAL DOES IT ALL! Visit Home Savings N O W For FREE Knox County Fair Tickets 1973 FAIR DATES JULY 31 THROUGH AUGUST 5 Yes, receive a Free $1.25 gate admission ticket (incudes parking) for one by opening a new savings account or making a deposit in an existing 5% Day-in Day-out Savings Account. Sorry! but we can give ony one Free ticket per account. 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