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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta .16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERA1D Wsdneidoy, October 20, 1971 THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL from our Woolco's volume buying has made it possible for us to bring you these ex- ceptional prices and real carpet savings U.S. ponders Canada For maximum wear and minimum care. Moistur proof, will not rot or shrink. Now in the new co ordinaling 3 color patterns. Choice of 5 colors. Reg, Woolee Price sq, yd Open Mondoy and Tuesday 9 a.m. to p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. 1o 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.ni. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. OTI'AWA (CT) The United I States has not yet indicated In Ottawa what Canadian action is required lo obtain elimination of the American surcharge on im- ports, Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin said Tuesday. He told opposition questioners in the Commons that the U.S. will put forward its detailed po- sition when it is convenient for Washington to do so. In the meantime, there were no negotiations on the matter. Mr. Pcpin said the U.S. is re- viewing its list of trade "irri- tants" with Canada and would let Ottawa know when it was finished. Canada was preparing its own list of irritants and was willing to negotiate with the U.S. as soon as it suited Washington. The minister was replying to Marcel Lambert, Conservative financial critic, former NDP leader T. C. Douglas; Eldon Woolliams North) and Alt Gleave Mr. Douglas said other coun- tries, such as Japan and West Germany, have had bilateral discussions with the U.S. on re- moval of the surcharge. Mr. Pepin said the U.S. must consider its irritants with Japan and West Germany more easily solved. He also said the federal gov- ernment will stick to its plan to permit duty-free entry to cer- tain Michelin company tires while the French company is getting new productive facilities established in Nova of the items on the U.S. list of irritants. OPPOSE U.S. PROGRAM Douglas Harkness j gary Centre) asked whether Canada has made diplomatic representations to the U.S. over that country's proposed DISC program. It stands for Domestic International Sales Corporations and would permit U.S.-based ex- port firms to operate without paying taxes. Mr. Pepin said Canada had Fired Saskatchewan teacher undecided ahout next move REGEvA (CP) Marjorie Gordon, a 24-year-old Mooso- min, Sask., school teacher fired Oct. 4 by the Moosomin unit school board for allowing a grade 9 class to read a copy of the underground newspaper Georgia Straight, said today she is undecided on what ac- tion to take in the matter. Mrs. Gordon was contacted by telephone following a state- ment Tuesday by board chair- man Doug Fykes that the board re-affirmed its stand at a meeting Monday night. Mrs. Gordon said she was un- aware that the board had made such a decision and she intends PREVENT WINTERTIME DRYNESS Buy a Brand Name HUMIDIFIER revents dry throats ,dry noses, dry skin, itc. Protects plants. _ Stops annoying static shocks Guards furniture from damage by clryness. Preserves carpet life and resilience. Winterize Your Home with o Wool" Charge Table Topper made "a possible" representa- tions since the idea was first raised in the U.S. two years ago. Canada's position was that the program was contrary to the General Agreement on Tar- iffs and Trade, the international pact aimed at reducing trade barriers. Mr. Harkness asked whether tax relief or other measures are contemplated fo Canadian in- dustry to enable it to meet the tougher competition that DISC would foster. Any changes would be made known, in due course, the minis- ter replied, noting that the pro- gram could be modified before it is passed by Congress. to contact the Saskatchewan Teachers Federation lawyer, Ross Wimmer, regarding the issue. The STF said earlier that widespread publicity "much of it inaccurate and incom- plete" has been generated in the case of Mrs. Gordon, a homd economics teacher until her dismissal. The Georgia Straight edition in question contained and article describing a youth's sexual ex- periences in some detail. Apparently the students ask- ed to borrow Mrs. Gordon's copy after seeing her read it in the classroom. ANOTHER FEATURE FOR OLD FASHIONED DAYS "PRESTO" COOKER Repair Clinic factory representative will be on band at our store Thursday and Friday Cooks 3 fo 10 times faster SAVES TIME SAVES FUEL SAVES MONEY Colors: Avocado and Spice. each, S eor.h 22.88 25.88 5 TO 9 P.M. Repairs wiTI be made on the spoi to of? PRESTO pressure cookers NO CHARGE. You pay only for parts. We suggest you bring m your cover only end Indi- cator so thai- sealing rings, pressure plugs, indicator and handle can be checked. MorrufocfixW in Canada kj SUPREME ALUMINUM INDUSTRIES LIMITED Opon Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 n.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Custom Consols HUMIDIFIER Has automatic shut-off and refill; indicator light; aqua-ring humidity output system; water level indicator. Covers approx. square feet EACH 64.88 "Air King" 22-gnI. Special deluxe Drum type. EACH 98.95 Automatic Humidistat HUMIDIFIER 2-speed 9" fan control on easy roll casters. High moisture ou1- pul, top filling. Decorator-styled Walnut finished cabinet high. EACH 54.95 Compact sized model for rooms and small apartments. Quiet 6V4" fan, self- reservoir. Walnut-finished cabinet 13V4" high. EACH 24.95 111 FOOT WARMTH Keep warm and snug this winter. Just choose one then Charge It instant Spot Radiant Heater Instant radiant lieat plus forced air distribution. Thermostatically controlled. Safely lip over iwilch. Baseboard Heater Size x Reg. Woolco Price 24.95. 18 21.99 Size 14 Reg. Woalco Price 19.95. Slimline 1500 watt healer. Fan forced instant warm heat. Comes complete with a coppertone re- flector. Built in safety switch. Thcrmostaiically controlled. Built with your comfort and safely in mind. Radiant Heat Heater Waffs instant heating rib- bon clemonf; safety tip over switch. EACH I 1 Fan Forced Baseboard Portable Model Dial type automatic infra-red radiant clement. Har- vest. 2 hoot range. EACH 26.95 16.88 Reg. Wooleo Pries 29.95. 24.95 Instant Heating Portable Compact Model EACH 21.95 Opon Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;