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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneidoy, January 31, 1973 THE IFTHBRIDSE HERAID 35 Gordon Tavlor Gordon Taylor. at 621 seeks bigser cliallenae ft men are to ihe retirement, time in cic4rir2 for a Jcr tis 1V40. Tayior Fupporiers call him the most exT-cnerued and namic of the foor candidates. Opponents say he is too old Gorccn is bigger icb. MLA is live sentimental r, ___ favorite for Hie Alberta Social to attract young people into Uw Credit leadership. movement. Mr Taylor mnrer-up at Many of the older Soereds ;2Si leadership convention will bs out the flag for Kerry Strom to Mr. Taylor at the convention t'ren Preroier Ernest nest month including form- 7 er welfare minister Len Kalm- rasi. long-time Lethbridge MLA John Lacderyo-j arri former bes'tli mirirtc-r Donovan Ross. Mr. Ross said the former highways minister has an edge .._. over the ether candidates in ara seeming debating skill, pohtiea] experi- if-rer.: for the leader- enre aiid being a bachelor is s n. three years old free devote more rirue to v.hen >L-. Taylor was elected i tbe ;jb. LESJEK .10R Tlu; Mr. Tayior con- "cfJrj iesrer job of oppo- arc! facing a slate Can rebuild He audier. three school teacher was usuallv st the head of the attack on Pre- r- I i: tlie'mier Loughred's Conservatives. r-- ileclion and It wasr.'! .-b-sys a p-opulir r reins to a ]ch, as when Mr. Taylor, speak- inc for only a minority of the r >cars. Mr. Taylor assembly, lashed the govern-, a kind o; isarm- ment for tsiir.s; virtually all controls of land hold- er incs. j ice by "the Asked later whether thst un- T.-.lncs you shoulrl knew popular stand might impair his rr.e leadership chances. Taylor :4 when he replif-d tha: his amhi- long pants: LCIS 16 he kissed He said he speaking for .-.-.n hud his Ihe majority of his. constituents :r.d '.as: ricarette; and fet a res' threat (o thei j 2'. he got the livelihood ar-d way of IL'e from the colonies of orldly ffislatvj-c. tr.e foroicr heller. Attacks Tories r' mists who Iried in to 'jirn common metals eo-d. The three Calgary Cycling Research Pro- ject are successfully turning o'n newspapers and sawdust into sugar anil charcoal Bill Morrison. Jatie McGreiar ar.d Sieve Irtam'fy a Jlt.OCfi grant from tns Alberta environment depsnment to in- of chemicallv t j a n i n 3 newspa'iers. caru- Etttl (.iric-r rc-1'-- ii- refine .lev; piod- f y L- t'ready oi producing from the of crCuic-d by Caigsrians e2th day Ar.d the irio said ibe ,vo'. :-ss can r.' t'jrred a ir.cdicv-makina TO SL'G.AP. Tv.Tity pounds cf discarded n'.u'sprint trraied vntii inexpen- si'.o chemicals msy yiplH po'inds of wiu'te sugar, said Mr. Morrison, a unit ersity- cheair-: and geoic-gi-i. A large United Stale? cr.ar- c o a 1 briqrelie raacufacturer about using as a source o? briquettes, but the response c-asn'i encour- aging. "I don't whether they v.c-re trjing U) scare us av.'ay or whether they had acnaUy tiled it theniseives and failed.'' orris or. said. "E-jt we've proved that what they said was imccssible. wasn't impossible." Techniques for transforming olj sptpers and rags into LiqueHes arc based on basic ic-.vrbook chernistn-. Mr. Morn- son said the methods are vastly diii'erem from the comnsKjy manirfacturing proc- ers. bin t'r-p result is an im- proved product. .Mc'Si b.-iquertes maDizfacmred in ihe United States are made from yjd and coal. Tne Cal- gary group reuses rags, paper wf sawdust. "We have established the .marketabUJri' of the product." said Miss JlcGregor. "And we ca.-, sell all we can raaie." Airangementi have been msde to piirchase the necessary equipment and all that's needed to go into business is a plant and rinanrjn; "It's a njofley-raaier." said Mr. Morrison. "But nr.'. for our use. ir siJ! -.'s-i cre- st? Today you can enjoy the bok and feel of a wool carpet without the wool Save on three room Reg. 512.99 sq. yd. Does wool VOL; want cos; ;oa rurn? now you don'i ;o sel'Je for less. Choose a 'Kingspo oolyester rarpet. It costs much less than wool. yet immitates it to Defection, giving you as much lence, colour depn and long wear. The luxurious loop a tip-sheared pile c' this carpet creates an individual lexture something between a twist and a plusjr A." because of its construction look better longer. The pile bounces back even after years of wear. It hss r-.-r naiure too. The fiber is hard-wearing and the dout's backing give? a greater luft bind. Most spots and wipe JWHV W'th 3 damo cloth. Vou car} choose bnaht colours in 1C ft. widths. So don't overlook o'jr 'Kinpsport' Kodei-" c.irpet. It's the wool imposter and st this price you'll appreciate the difference! ?n. '.o carpei the average living dining rcvn arrj !-.a''way. Save S4S on 9' x 12' rug. Reg, S155.S8 Call our floor fashion consullanl now. A! lujht in oc! odvu c. daily from 8 n- NEW STORE HOURS: Daily am. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. CENTRE VILLAGE Telephone 328-9231 ;