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July 17, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 34

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34 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., July 17, 1974 FAYETTEV1LLE, A R K A N S A S Nuclear Fusion Seen As Future Power Source sion energy could be achieved SEATTLE (AP) -- Nuclear fusion, the same energy proc-. t'ss that fuels the sun and makes hydrogen bombs; would be a virtually unlimited and clean energy source -- and it might be ready in time for the 21sl Century, an Atomic Energy Commission, scientist said Tuesday. · ··. Dr. Robert L. Hirsch, director of fusion research tor the Atomic, Energy Commission, spoke at an international scientific conference. In response to critics^at the meeting who claimed;that a se cret AEG rep jdn ;d fu by 1980, Hirsch said there were areas of fusion research where he would like to see more money spent. . Ho said the report referred to by the critics was prepared by a panel of which he was cbair- 3 it wasn't secret Between $82 million and $92' million will be spent this year, a considerable increase from $53 million last year, he said. "Science and technology can't turn on new energy sources overnight," Hirsch said. ."H.takes time and a lot ol ineenuity ... The physics proWoms' are very difficult. The engineering is something that can't be done overnight." But he said it is being pursued because the 'fuel supply is "virtually infinite and ev- tremely low cost, the safety is extremely attractive, there is :io possibility of runaway reactions. We feel fusion will be one of the few energy sources mankind will have'to depend on in the longer range." fflAfUIGCRf Maintains Innocence Mrs. Mary Henley, mother of convicted killer Elmer Wayne Henley, leaves the San Antonio courtroom Tuesday where he was sentenced to six 99- year terms in prison saying, "I believed lie was innocent from the beginning ami I'll always believe it!" Beside her is another son, Vernon, 12.' (AP Wirephoto) CAST IRON IIABflCHI For pqtio and picnics. 4 Height adjustments. Dual vent doors. ^ : : ' ' · · . · ; *·*» " : · ' ; \'- BHRRCL ITYLC CHILL New Look In Cadets Tuesday was the first day at school (or the entering class at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y. It was also a day for innovation at the school which took in its first women ca- dets, 15 in a class of 347 en tering students. (AP Wire photo) Counly Demos Elect Delegates Rudy Mcore of Sprin'gdale was elected Tuesday night as temporary chairman, and Bob Reed, also of Springdale, secretary of the Washington County Delegates to the Democratic State Convention. Jim Blair and Mrs. Diane Kmcaid. members of the Demo- cratic State Committee, discussed convention procedures, changes in party rules and ssues that may be brought to the 1974 state convention to be held early in September in Hot Springs. Plans were county del Windshield Shattered SPK1NGDALE -- Otis Mcclain, of Route 6, told police several youths threw a rock or shot pellets at his car's wind- shattering the driving down Lowell Road at the time of the incident. He estimated damage at $100. shield Tuesday, · glass. McClain was made for the Cash And Pisfol Stolen From Home SPRINGDALE -- A caliber Titan automatic pistol and $490 in route receipts weret stolen from the home of Frank Hartman late Tuesday. Hartman, of 1600 Pump Station Rd., fold police he left his house for 30 minutes shortly egation to meet Sept. a f t e r counting his receipts and after the state conventionfe^^e* """"* ^ When he returned, the desk as ransacked and the money nd gun were missing. Several her items in the house had een tampered with. Police said entry was gained hrough t h e . . back door by Jtting the screen, unlocking it, agenda has been announced. The county delegation is composed of 39 delegates and 40 alternate delegates. The alternates were named Tuesday night Reed is also secretary of the Democratic Committee of the county. Other officers are Don L. McGuire, chairman and Mrs. Ann Henry, vice chairman- Claims World Record Pete Bahn, a 375-rmund DC- Soto, III., truck driver emerged from McDonald's strip pit north of DeSoto at 3:15 a.m. Sunday, a shrivclcil hill prouil wan. Halm treaded water for 26 hours and 5-minutes, nnd claims the world record for water treading. The former record of 24 flours and 15 mil) utes was set in 1973 hy Dfih hie Coward of A t l a n t a . (AP Wireplioto) nd prying open the main door. . The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week iMCIflLf IIAYOLinfi 55-QT. KC c m OTOR Reg. 14.47 Polyethylene Body, ^ ^^ '. Urethbne foam insula- · · A7 .lion. Handy food tray H l^' * · an .d drain. 59-370-9 Thermos 43-QI. Metal Ice Chest, m-m.?'. J3. Quaff can. Heavy Dirty SAE 10, 2O, 30 and 4Q. JM70.-V3.-* Havoline AM Weather Oil. SAE TOW-40. 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