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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Britons dream up gas alternatives tfwvwmowr THE ICinDHIUUE nCMALU 43 Rockefeller answers questions New York State Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller points as he answers a question at the Capitol in N.Y. Rockefeller said he would resign next Tuesday. Sears Tire and Auto Centre Sears' 3-way guarantee 1. Guaranteed against all tire failure for life of the tread. 2. Nail punctures fixed at no charge. 3. Monthly rated tread wearout guarantee. Details at your nearest Simpsons- Sears Auto Centre. per Tire Premium Traction 4-ply nylon for safety. Rugged snow tread for deep digging traction. Guaran- teed 24 mo. against wearout. F78-14 BW installed A AA 2 2 Fibre glass-snow 2 fibre glass belts under tread for longer life. 2 body plies of DuPont nylon for strength. Guaranteed 30 mo. F78-14 BW installed '22.49 Simpsons-Sears Ltd. at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery Service Station 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Centre Village Mall. 2nd Avenue and 13th Street North. By PETER GRIFFITHS LONDON In- ventive Britons are busy dreaming up alternatives to gasoline to keep their cars on the roads. Their thoughts range from hydrogen and alcohol to pig manure. Car faced with slumping are dig- ging into their archives and blowing the dust from reports of steam electric propul- sion and other forms of power. One man isn't worried. He is farmer Harold who has received great publicity. He has been running his car for the last 17 years on methane gas produced from pig and chicken manure. who has started to market his says he has many international inquiries as well as orders for the special kit he has produced. more sophis- ticated gas cars are being pro- duced commercially. London has about 300 pro- pane-gas-propelled taxis. The company that markets the using bottled anticipates many in- quiries. This equipment costs about A gas-taxi driver spends about a day on with by diesel-powered colleagues. The drawback is that the propane fuel is gasoline- based. The use of natural ready piped to British homes for heating and be a better answer. A research group in Birm- ingham is developing a car to run on compressed natural gas and hopes to have it on the road within a matter of weeks. The Birmingham resear- chers say they have used the fuel successfully in Ford and Chrysler engines and that the modification con- sists of a simple car- buretor conversion. FISH.OIL TRIED In 1938 newspapers reported government experiments to extract motor fuel from soy- bean castor lard and even cod liver oil. But the ideas seem to have been quiet- ly dropped. Princess' disposition debatable Colombia News accounts differ on whether Princess who visited here for four days with her Capt. Mark Phil- has since her recent marriage. In the daily El a French journalist was quoted as she is another person since she married. I remember her trip to Asia two years when she looked different and uncommunicative. Now she is often talks to anyone who comes to she is more an extrovert person the paper ions are split among reporters. While some of them that she has changed for the 'good' with others insist that she still is the same 'enfant terrible' she has always NO Sen. William Saxbe's confirmation as at- torney general has hit several snags during con- gressional consideration. Latest is a constitutional question which might re- quire rolling back his sal- if from the of other cabinet of- ficers to GM STRIKE AVERTED DETROIT General Motors and the International Union of Electrical Workers have agreed on a three-year contract. The contract averts a strike by workers. In- dustry observers said it was believed to be similar to GM's contract with the United Auto CAN PUT A PERMANENT MARK ON YOU A Mark that Doesn't Wear Off Or Wash Off Or Simply Disappear Maybe you just shrugged it off. Go to jail for ripping-off some small item in a you'd better listen to the irrefutable facts. Shoplifting is it's.a crime punishable by law. It can end your future before it's begun. If you're a juvenile it could have the most heart-breaking conse- quences. A police record could keep you out of college or good employment. Is it worth THINK Before You It May Cost You More Than You're Willing to Published as a Public Service by The Lethbridge Herald In Co-Operation with The Lethbridge City ;