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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 4, 1975 THE IETHBR1DGE HIRAVD 9 SAVINGS BY THE BARREL FULL! PRE-MOVING We are moving our enlire carpet department to our new location (next door) on 5th Street We must move sq. yds. of carpeting so in order to make the move easier we're offering oil items at big savings Just check the examples listed and then hurry in and save! "The Entire Stock Of The Carpet House Of The South" V h v-i We'd Rather Sell it at Big Savings Than Move It Heat Set 100% 501 Dupont NYLON SHAG by "BARRYMORE" Heavy traffic rated and static treated 190 sq. yd. 2 tone gold; 64 sq. yd. olive; 140 sq. yd. cream; 83 sq yd jade green; 87 sq. yd. green; 81 sq. yd. blue green. Reg. 12.95 jq. yd. sq. yd. Tip Sheared 3 Toned Color Acrilan by Harding 60 sq yd. brass; 120 sq. yd- moss; 96 iq. yd. gold; 150 sq. yd. white. Reg. 12.95 Sq. Yd.....Sq. Yd. 10 .95 3 Toned PROPYLON LOOPED by BARRYMORE 270 sq. yd. 3 tone blue; 420 sq. yd. 3 toned gold-orange; 215 sq. yd. toned green; 370 3 toned red; )58 3 toned rust. Reg .10.95 Sq. Yd.....jq. Yd. 5 3 Toned Looped Nylon by Crossley 138 sq. yd. silver sand; 73 iq. yd. orange; 140 sq, yd. gold. Reg. 8.95 Sq. Yd. Sq. Yd. 6 .95 Nylon Rubber Backed Shag by Borrymore 33 sq. yd. red; 105 sq. yd. green; 101 sq. yd. tang gold; 121 sq. yd- olive. Reg. 10.95 yd...................... So. Yd. 5 .95 REMNANT CARPETS ROLLS and ROLL ENDS Reg. SALE nylon shog green 109.00 49.00 9'xl2' propylone twisl oold 139.00 99.00 acrilon sheared 129.00 69.00 9'xl2' avion Iweed 99.00 59.00 12'xl2' nylon shag green 220.00 109.00 5'x9: acrilan looped purple 69.00 29.00 1 10'xl 2'nylon looped rubber backed orange 129.00 69.00 1 9'xl2' ozile TNT turq 85.00 59.00 1 avion plush green............ 169.00 89.00 I nylon looped burnt orange 149.00 79.00 1 9'xl2' nylon sheared gold 149.00 69.00 1 12'xl2' propylene rubber backed 179-00 119.00 1 Il'xl2' shag nylon gold 195.00 89.00 1 nylon (reposs.) beige 250.00 79.00 9'xl2' wool plush turq 260.00 99.00 shag nylon gold 2 tone 179.00 69.00 shag nylon 229.00 139-00 shag nylon 2 tone green........ 169.00 89.00 shag nylon 270.00 139.00 1 nylon shag moss 220.00 119.00 1 wool lurq 490.00 239.00 1 wool moss 490.00 239-00 1 12'xl2'6" shag nylon gold 170.00 99.00 I Il'xl2' acrilan sheared white fjieon 209.00 139.00 I propylene looped 3 lone orange 200.00 89.00 1 used green 15.00 1 used white 35.00 1 used brown 750 1 used beige 69.00 1 12'xl3' used brown.................... 10.00 1 9'xl3' used green...................... 7.00 1 9'xl3' used green 7.00 1 used brown 15.00 16 sq. yd. 3 toned shag red nyfon Reg. 13.95 sq- yd. Now 8.95 42 sq, yd. lip sheared rust antron nylon Reg. 11.95 ;q -yd. 7.95 71 sq. yd. nylon green shag Reg. 10.95 sq. yd. Nov........5.95 40 sy. yd. propylon twist green Reg. 10.95 sq. yd. Now 8.95 26 sq. yd. nylon shag white Reg. 13.95 sq yd. New 9.95 51 sq. yd. ozile gold palterned Reg. 7.95 sq. yd. Mow 4.95 99 sq. yd. level loop Propylon green Reg. 10.95 sq.yd. 6.95 77 sq. yd. looped brown prcpylon Reg. 11.95 sq. Now 5.95 120 sq. yd. nylon Spanish design gold rubber back Reg. 10.95 Now...................... 8-95 125 sq. yd. nylon Spanish design rust rubber back Reg. 10.95 sq. yd. New.................. 8.95 69 sq. yd. nylon shag purple Reg. 9.95 sq. yd. Now 7.95 61 sq. yd. nylon shag avocado Rsg- 14.95 sq. yd. NDW 9.95 31 sq. yd. nylon shag peacock blue Reg. 14.95 sq. yd. Now 9.95 63 sq. yd. nylon shag olive Reg. 10.95 sq. yd. Now 6.95 120 sq. yd. ozile red pattern rubber back Reg. 7.95 sc.. yd. Now 5.95 1 17 sq. yd. ozite green rubber back Reg. 4.50 sq. jd. Now 2.95 87 sq. yd. ozite bronze gold rubber back. Rsg. 4.50 sq. yd. Now 2.95 31 sq. yd. acri'an twist turq. Reg. 14.95 sq. yd. NDW 9.95 31 sq. yd. red nylon shag. Reg. 1 1.95 sq. yd. Now......... 5.95 60 sq, yd. rusl nylon looped Rex 7.95 sq. yd. Nov 4.95 39 sq. yd. gold wool Reg. 12.95 sq. yd. Mow 8.95 O Clear TENNEX RUNNER Cola clear cr gold. Reg. 1.95 lin. ft. Now, lin. ft........ 1.30 LINO DEPARTMENT Amtico Vinyl Asbestos Tile Check pattern 35c sq. ft. Now 18c sq. ft. Amtico Vinyl asbestos tile Asst. colors 35c sq. ft. Now 22c sq. ft. Pure vinyl lile. Beige or blue 50c sq. ft. Nov 19c each Lino tile beige 30c sq. it. Now.............. 15c ecuh 12' cushion vinyl 5.00 lin. ft...................... 2.95 lin. ft. 6' Congoleum 1.25 lin. ft........................89 lin. ft. 6' Inlaid lino 2.95 lin, ft.......................... 195 lin. ft. 6' Cushion lino 3.50 lin. ft....................... 2.50 lin. ft. Large Selection of remnants special priced 36" rubber malting 4 colors 1.95 lin. fl............. 1.50 lin. ft. o Many, Many Unadvertised Ifems Too Numerous To List Also a) Big Savings! Conveniet Terms! All Soles Final! 326 Sfh South Phone 327-3578 ''V -v if j SPLIT HOUSE Larry Toner of Howell, Mich., stands guard in front of homo sawed in half and pulled apart by builder in an ownership dispute with Toner, who has jokingly labeled ihe Iwo sections "His" and "Hers." Government will install cable television system KEGINA CCP) Tlic provin-1 field, he said, is to ensure the cial government will install and [service is not confined only to operate a cable television s.vs-1 larger centres. "Privately owned cable oper- (cm which will be run as a Crown corporation, Govern- I insiit Services Minister John Brockelbank said here. While details of its operation still are to be worked out, the system will take advantage of facilities owned by Sask Tel, j the provincially-owned tele- communications system. i Initially, the service he provided in Regiua and Saska- loon and should be operative in ators would- have taken ex- cessive profits in Regina and Saskatoon and would not have extended cable television serv- ices or systems to the smaller centres." The system cost "mil- a "couple of Mr. Brockelbank said at a news conference. The reason for fbc province's entry into the cable television lions of dollars" but an exact I figure won't be known until possibly the end of this year. "Cabling has been going on In Regina for the last while in anticipation of a cable tele- vision Mr. Brock- elbank said. "Tt should be completed in two years but actual pro- Joint U.S.-Canada board is urged OTTAWA (CP) The Pro- gressive Conservative parly proposed Tuesday estab- lishment of a joint Canada- United States economic com- mission to improve relations between Ottawa and Washing- ton and keep both countries better informed on mutual eco- nomic matters. The proposal vras made In two separate policy papers re- leased by the party in its cam- paign for the Oct. 30 federal election. Tlie papers, the latest in a series of Conservative pol- icy statements, deal uitn inter- rational trade and Canada-U.S. relations. Both papers say a key func- tion of a joint economic com- mission would be to conduct specialized studies, and hold consultations on economic pol- icies. "Such a commission would provide a useful means for ex- ploring common problems and finding acceptable adds tlie paper on trade. "It would help as well lo make our position on mutual nroblems better known .to the U.S. which, in some cases, has adooted nol- icies highly detrimental to Can- ada .without appreciating be- forehand their adverse affects rm this country." I REFERENCE TO NIXON1 This was an apparent refer- ence to economic measures im- pcscd by Present Nixon in 1971. Included was a 10-per-ecnt surcharge on im- n o r t drew strong opposition from 0-ada. The trp.de oaocr said the nro- i posed commission would the re'ationshin between Crm.-.da the U.S. on a "more basis" ard en- srre that dees not drift "a form of annexation with i the U.S." because of a lack of foresight and planning. The paper on Canada-U.S. re- lations said tte Trudeau gov- ernment has allowed relations with Washington to deteriorate by failing to seek effective channels of communication. Both papers noted that the two countries are each other's biggest trading partners and said "close and friendly rela- tions" must be maintained. "By more frequent and regu- lar consultation with the U.S. Canada will be in a better posi- tion to protect its own interests and to formulate ils own pol icies instead of simply reacting lo American policy said the paper on relations. The trade paper said: "Vie must Identify the industria areas in which we excel an< develop them to the full." i .MEET TRENDS The paper said a Con servative government would be- gin immediately lo plan pol icics to meet protectionis i trends on both sides of the At lantic. It also said the Canadian trading picture is clouded by the presence of "substantia numtiers of multi-national cor porations which, in some in seances, retard Canada's abilih lo make ils own decisions ant to develop ils own technolog; for world gramming could start before that." PRIVATE OPERATORS OUT The decision by the govern- ment effectively niles out any wssibility of private operators loving into the field and using ask Tel facilities. It will be up to non-profit ommunity organizations lo ap- ly for the service. They must blain a licence from the Cona- ian Radio and Television Com- mission. Mr. Brockelbank said he sees 10 reason why the CRTC would xjfuse a licence if the appli- meet regulations, because he CRTC "has Indicated in the it is hi favor of this sort ol service run by non-profit groups." Tho community organiiaSion could provide a number of eff- erent channels carrying, say, he two Canadian television net- works, American networks and possibly a separate channel for community programming. Rates will be designed to al- ow rale-averaging between ligh-profit urban systems and lie smaller centres in the prov- ince which will prove more costly lo serve. "Government ownership of the cable systems will ensure uniformity of technical ex- cellence so that high quality service will be available not only in the larger cities, but eventually in the small centres as Brockelbank said. BRANDS IT SOCIALISM Opposition Leader D. G. Steu- art said Ihe plan represents tho NDP government's first venture into socialism since It was elected 14 montlis ago. "And it is interesting to that it is in the field of com- munication which is a very close cousin to (he field of prop- he said. In Edmonlon, CRTC vice- chairman Ha-ry Boyle said he could see no reason why the commission would object to the proposal. Although he said he could not be more specific until he had seen the proposal in detail, he said the Saskatchewan govern- ment has made it clear the province is not challenging the CRTC's authority. Tlie commission Is hearing appications for radio and tele- vision licences and licence re- newals in Saskalchewan, Alber- ta, British Columbia and the Northwest Territories. v jxigeaut officials drop Miss Israel TOKYO (API Organizers cf Ire 1072 Miss International beauty pageant expressed re- (Trct today for withdrawing an! invitation to Miss Israel but snkV public security is more im-'. port.-mt. The organizers com- menting on a news report from Tel Aviv in which Ronit Gafni, Israel's 20-year-old entry, com- plained about her exclusion. The organizers, fearful of Arab terrorist attacks following the murder of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics Sept. 5. cancelled their invitations to Miss Israel and Miss Lebanon. The Miss International con- leal will he held hi Tokyo Fri- day and beauty queens are entered. EATON'S HEARING CENTRE il NEW! from SIEMANS ECONOMY H. W. MATKESON Cert'f'e-t h'ear'ng Aid Audiclog it HEARING AIDS look at these features 1. LOW INITIAL COST 2. LOW BATTERY EXPENSE (A monlhi on battery) 3. SIEMAHS EXCELLENT QUALITY 4. EATON'S UNSURPASSED GUARANTEE Come in see and try these nidi without obligation THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5th Eaton's Stereo Room Phone for appointment H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Hearing Airf Society Member of Nallonat Hearing Aid Deolers' Ann. Member of Alberta ;