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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 10, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 6a High Point Enterprise thursday january to 1974 governor s office began probes skylab May find new Energy by Howard Benedict a aerospace writer space Center Houston apr observations of the Earth and Sun by the skylab 3 astronauts might discover untapped sources of Energy for a Power hungry Globe. They Are searching for Petroleum deposits and sources of geothermal Energy in Many countries. From the Sun they seek secrets of thermonuclear fusion which could Lead to an endless pollution free Power. Although today was scheduled As a Day off in space astronauts Gerald p. Carr William r. Pogue and Edward g. Gibson scheduled time to View the Sun through skylab a pow Erful Telescope cameras. They were in the 56th Day of the planned 84-Day Mission. With solar physicist Gibson handling most of the Sun studies the astronauts have snapped thousands of solar photos capturing both quiet periods and Active periods when sunspots and Small flares have burst on the surface. The Sun produces Energy through thermonuclear fusion a technique scientists on Earth Are working to perfect. The goal is to harness the Hydrogen bomb reaction to generate Power by fusion eliminating the present process which requires the triggering of an atomic fission bomb to detonate the fusion bomb. It is the fission bomb which produces radiation. Fission produces Energy by splitting molecules while fusion produces it by compressing them. Thermonuclear fusion believed to be at least 30 to 40 years from development in the United states would use Lithium and deuterium which Are in such abundance on Earth that they would last millions of years. A the Basic problem in re search to develop controlled nuclear fusion is that of keeping the extremely hot plasma in one place Long enough to produce the reaction a Gibson explained before the flight. A this is done successfully in Only one place i know of and that son the Sun. A if we can learn the Basic High Energy physics of How the Sun not Only creates Energy but also How it transfers it we might Start getting the answer a he said. Cockerham amp How an dispensing opticians 52? n main St. Phone 87 51�4 h e fill any doctors prescription for glosses Gene Anderson ticks off Points a wire photos a a Complete optical service a repairs a duplications p. Lee Cockerham Loff Street parking n-ne-3 Robertl Howan Don t delay the Opportunity for Success and happiness Ashmore business College will prepare you in a few Short months to be qualified skilled and promotable. Choose Quot hire Quot education senior secretarial key punch clerical business administration or. Accounting stenographic accounting i computer concepts refresher and individual subjects Day amp evening classes now forming Call today 476-6145,882-1888. Winter Quarter starts Jan. 7,1974 Veteran approved financial assistance a Register now school system seeks ruling on race plan him firings defended by Anderson Raleigh apr the North Carolina governors office initiated the investigations into 52 Highway division employees who were fired last october gubernatorial aide Gene Anderson said wednesday. Anderson sweating under television lights and Chai smoking said a list of 175 names was compiled from complaints sent to the governors office about various Highway Earl ploys. He said he had written in suggestions that about 15 of the people on the list be fired or retired and that All were to be investigated by the Highway divisions personnel officers. That investigation culminated in october with the firing of 52 employees and the demotion retirement and Transfer of 49 More. Andersons testimony was Given to the state Senate a select committee on personnel practices which was appointed after the firings. Anderson said he did not participate in the ultimate decisions on hiring firing and he said the Republican administration had shown a great restraint in dismissing less than one per cent of the Highway division employees since taking office. Anderson who managed the 1972 Campaign of gov. Jim Holshouser and has been his top political strategist since then was testifying voluntarily although he had indicated his displeasure at being asked to do so. At one Point he said he doubted any committee would have been formed to investigate hiring and firing in a democratic administration. The committee also questioned several other Holshouser Cabinet appointees including Secretary of transportation Bruce Lentz and Secretary of social rehabilitation and control David Jones. In 1921, Candadai a or. Fred. G. Bantin and Charles Best discovered the value of insulin against diabetes. Us in us a if rising the desegregation of the schools. A ruling that the system now is unitary could Lead to release from his supervision. But Julius Chambers attorneys for Black plaintiffs argued that the Board s present desegregation plan has a increased the unfair Burden borne by Black students and others in selected areas of the school the appeals court is not expected to Issue a decision for several weeks. Clearance Sale and it turned out to be the Best fashion Sale a. White Sale appliance Sale yarn Sale baby Sale and i a everything else Sale that Quot a a a it i d Ever been to Cement firm hires love each woman went to a Sale with High Hopes. The woman who went to Zaire came Back in High spirits. Because she found really Low prices in 101 i departments. At the Zaire january clearance Sale you re never limited to pm. Just a few items styles or colors. Women who really know value always Start j the new year right at the Zaire ii january clearance in t in Sale. New York api John a. Love who resigned As president Nixon s Energy adviser when William e. Simon was named to head the newly created Federal Energy office is now employed by a Cement company. Love a former governor of Colorado was named senior vice president of Ideal Basic industries inc., on wednesday. Ideal headquartered in Denver produces Potash and Portland Cement. Duke denies Romance Rumor London a a Romance Between Prince Charles and lady Jane Wellesley a totally says her father the Duke of Wellington. Fresh speculation about lady Jane and the heir to the British throne surfaced this week with the announcement that Charles Mother Queen Elizabeth will attend a game fair this summer on the Duke s estate. But the Duke says the Queen was invited a year ago when a these ridiculous rumours had not even mme charges grow against police c h a h lot Etc apr charges of additional thefts have been made against four former Charlotte policemen. They and another policeman resigned last week after being accused of break ins and thefts at six businesses. Charges of thefts at four other businesses were made against them wednesday. Tho Ole count storm you cant do better than compare now improved luxurious Bolton Croton truss. Jfe inst ant i a Puu strap in i a i adjustment. A i \ a a j no laces Winston Salem Cloverdale shopping Plaza High Point 2200 Westchester or. At w. Burton Burlington so. Church St Hwy. 70a Greensboro so. 3701 High Point rd., so. Off i -40 Greensboro no. Of Henry shopping Center w 412.95 we k single v $14 95 Toubl 113 4 Cool. Washable 3 ply Mii Icie matarials1 in a celled relict and Comfort adjustable padded Loam rubber Groin pad. Called leg strap. No titling. For reducible inguinal Henna no laces adjust with Pui laps Mann drug stores High Point 2200 Westchester or. At w. Burton just off English Road open monday thru saturday to am to to pm Richmond. A. A the Charlotte Mecklenburg county n.c., school Board sought a ruling tuesday declaring its schools have achieved racial desegregation. It asked the . 4th circuit court of appeals to overturn an order by . District judge James Mcmillan of Charlotte that its desegregation plan be revised. Mcmillan has been super i went to a january clearance Sale and it turned out to be an a everything nobody else wanted Sale. I went to the Zaire january

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