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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta y, March IX, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID _ 39 COMMONEST FORM OF POWER By 2000? Sun will solve world's pollution problem- some day DEV MURARKA liondon Observer MOSCOW A Soviet scien- tist claims that the world's main pollution problems will bo solved by the development ol thermonuclear energy. A ther- nomtclear reactor, he says, will be producing electrical en- ergy by 1985 or earlier, and at the end ol tlie century it will have become the commonest form of power station. Beyond that, the scientist, I. Golovin, forecasts that man will discover ways to use solar energy to such an extent that tho world's power problems will be solved for good. Writing in the government newspaper, Izveslia, Mr. Golo- vin contends that by the end ot the century nobody will build normal coal- or oil fired pow- er stations. Instead he envisages that conventional fission reactors burning Uranium 235 will play tho main role in supplying en- ergy. At the same time con- struction of breeder reactors, which convert Uranium 238 into Plutonium 239, and do it faster than they consume the fuel, will have become widespread. He sees this progress as the inevitable step towards the next goal, obtaining controlled ther- monclear reaction. So far it has not been possible to use hydrogen bomb energy for peaceful purposes. Golovin ar- gues confidently, however, that In tha foreseeable future we may count on a fusion re- actor using the power ol Ihe hydrogen bomb to generate electric power. For fuel it would use deuterium and Iso- types of hydrogen, both of which are available in large quantities at low prices. Golovin contends that thermo- nuclear reactors do not involve the emission of any combus- tion wastes into the atmosphere or into rivers. Moreover, by its very nature the fusion reac- tion rules out the possibility ol a nuclear accident. Therefore, it is safer, and Golovin believes that thermonuclear reactors can be built in the centres of cities and communities where their waste heat can also be used for Industrial and domes- tic needs. The Russian forecasts that in the next century thermonuclear stations will .compete success- fully with nuclear stations, and later push them out. Eventually, however, tha thermonuclear power station will themselves give way to solar energy. EVENT! Count the ways Scott Paper Products serve you BABY SCOn DISPOSABLE DIAPERS Newborn Pkg. of 1'59 Regular Pkg. of 30............5peda, 1'79 Overnight Pkg. oM2.........Sp.d.i BABY SCOTT PANTIES Size A Size B Size C Size D.......................r... Special WAX PAPER REFILLS SCOTT SERVIETTES DE PAPIER POLLY ANN BREAD Fresh White or Brown Sliced 20-oz. net wt. loaf veer Scoffissue V Scott Cutrite 100 Foot Rolls Safeway Price FAMILY RAINBOW NAPKINS Scott or White, Pkg. of 180 Safeway Price SANITARY NAPKINS Confidets, Pkg. of 4S Safeway Price BATHROOM TISSUE Cashmere White, Pink or Yellow 500 1 ply 6 roll pkg. PAPER TOWELS Scott Assorted Colors or Decorated 240 1 ply 2 roll pkg................... Special PLASTIC TOWEL HOLDERS Scott Assorted Colors Safeway Price FACIAL TISSUE Scorties Pink, Yellow, Green, Blue or White 200 2 ply pkg.....Special BATHROOM TISSUE Scott Assorted Colors 600 1 ply 4 roll Special ASSORTED PLACEMATS Scott Pkg.of 24 Sofeway Price GROUND Safeway All Purpose....................... 1-lb. pkg. Johnsons Care Products Liquid Floor Polish 1.29 Future 27 fl. oz, bottle............... Special JL Furniture Polish 4 49 Pledge Regular or Lemon Aerosol 12-oz. net wt. tin................Safeway Price i 69 Spray Window Cleaner Bon Ami, 20-oz. net wt. tin ..............Special raif Foam Rug Cleaner .39 H Glory, 24-oz. net wt. tin..................Special Air Freshener Sun Country Coral Isle, Trade Winds or Aspen............................... 8-oz. net wf. tin Wall Washer Big Wally Aerosol....................20-oz. net wt. tin Mop Magic 32 fl. oz. btle. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES EFFECTIVE IN LETHBRIDGE MARCH 14-17, 1973 SAFEWAY 19AQ. CANADA. SASHAY UMETBJ ;