An anti-incineration group says it has had a difficult time lining up strong opposition to incineration in Arkansas. The Army plans to destroy chemical weapons at the Pine Bluff Arsenal. Mayor Dutch King says burning the chemicals at a very high temperature is safer than transporting them elsewhere for disposal. And he says the sooner the deadly chemicals are destroyed, the better. Craig Williams, executive director of the Chemical Weapons Working Group, says Pine Bluff is more dependent on the military presence economically than other sites. At Anniston, Alabama, where the Army is already destroying Cold War-era weapons, some people have been hostile to the incineration program. Williams says a higher percentage of working class and near-poverty residents in the Pine Bluff area makes it less likely to foster a healthy atmosphere for political action against the incinerator.