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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedne.day, November 6, 1974-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-45 Car prices gap said narrowing Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Why is there a continuing gap in the price of identical cars sold in Canada and the United States with the price differential favoring buyers across the border9 That was the question put to Industry Trade and Commerce Minister Alastair Gillespie in the Commons The questioner was George Hees (PC Prince Edward Hasting) who pointed out to his successor in the post of trade minister that during the Diefenbaker government it was Mr Hees had started the negotiations 'Without the start we made there would not be any auto pact he told the House Members on both sides applauded jeered and laughed Mr Hees said that five years after the pact began in 1970 it was stated during the negotiations for the agree ment that the price differen- tial would be 'non-existent How come it still exists9 he wanted to know Mr Gillespie said the different al when the opposi tion member was trade minister was close to 20 per cent Over a period of >ears un- der the aegis of the pact there has been a steadilv narrowing differential INSTALLATION FURNACES X 1709-2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5973 For those of you who like to work at home, welcome to the International. loll HI all the c omforts ol home uhde ittheollue I ui think and th it s uln ue penthouse s on the thnU lillh llooi ,it the I Suites th it ollei i liv loom enough to hold i speak affectionately of the land that makes Georgia a major wine, champagne and cognac producer as well as the main fruit orchard of the USSR and supplier of 99 per cent of the tea used in the So- viet Union There in no limit to Georgian efforts to see that guests are .enjoying themselves Hospitality is natural and unlimited Thus, on the final night of their stay the Canadian guests were invited to Koko's home for "a glass of champagne and a snack As Koko put it. he wanted his guests to meet his family The champagne, of course, flowed bv the bottle The snack turned out to be a veritable banquet prepared by Koko's wife and sister-m law There was music, provided b> Koko's talented 12-year-old daughter on the piano And there was Georgian dancing, led by Koko's beautiful and spirited 17 vear-old niece It was an evening that the Canadians will never forget Sears big canister power and the carpet-cleaning efficiency of an upright. The adjustable Kenmore Powermate Leaders of the Candian carpet industry have acclaimed the Kenmore Powermate method as the most effective they ve tested for cleaning carpets The Powermate with its revolving motorized beater bar beats and sweeps up deep down dirt from all your carpets even thick shags' Slides under low furniture too When you ve finished with the carpets just detach the Powermate and use the powerful suction canister to clean bare floors walls and drapes Tool caddy holds our best crevice tool and brushes for floor upholstery and dusting Automatic cord reel 20 cord 206 232 491 this is Sears best value Available from coast to coast in Canada through all Simpsons Sears stores this very special offer is the smcerest effort Simpsons Sears can make to bnng you merchandise that combines fine quality with the lowest possible pnce Enjoy rt now' Use your All Purpose Account At Simpsons Sears you get the finest guarantee Satisfaction or money refunded. Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Store Hours Open Daily 9 30 a m to 5 30 p m Thursday and Fnda> 9 30 a m Jo 9 00 p m Centre Village Mall Telephone 328-9231 ;