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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 40 THE lETrlflRIDC.E HEIIAlD Wednesday, November isiiMl trollies- wilii ilui iVil- ei al government? UKYOM) SOLUTION: It' OLLawa did incited accurd Hie tir-aly novuruiynly i n iiL'goi.iatinK Tlu1 llmriiii'si problem of all wild I hem. could [his not be- in lo llu1 Ifftalios ii inU'i-prclctl (o mean tlial 'Itiise jus! wluil sintus iinl groups tlial luivon't signed of tlnwc aprcc- arc slill "ives ilu- Indians sidles inlefiialional law? hi tenn.s of iiilenurlidiuil Lawyer ,J. K. I'ecovcr of C7 i Kdnionlon look ;i look at these several nioiith.s agu in a papiM on Hie treatie.s I part'il for llic civil liberties committee, ('anmliaii "'Hie prohluni is coinpli- ealed almost beyond a merely lentil soliilinii by Ibo seeming fad Ilial siimiUanenu.sry wiUi the fael of exercising ils sov- in e x e e n i i n g ilie Irealy, (he Indian nation sur- rendered IhaL sovereignly OIIL- looks in vuin I'or I he express cles uf siii'render." ftlr. I'c- cover vvrole. The [acl of (lid mailer lie concluded, [hat although the. tnilians never sur- rcndeied sovereignly, "il has been cxliiiguislicd'1 by federal lugislalioii such as (he Brilisli iNorlli Americn Act ;uu! I lie. Indian Act. "The Indians have surren- dored (heir a mess oT pn- IcnialisLic poltaye which, on CNaniiiiiilion, iy an in.sult lo sci isibi lily." Though (ho .submit- thi1 Imlijins nn.- iiiji ;i iVcsli luol; al llic trcalics u'itli ;in ryr (o i Iliciii ,uul fii'c calling lor jjov- c'l'niiHMii j'LiiiriUilcc.s of nliony- ituif riphl-s. They say ihi: land ion and treaty nyliis imwt pi iTi'tit' any res- olution a! llic huhiin problem. Radios Price Gap Checked OTTAWA 'CP) The iederiil consumer affairs dcpfirlmcnl is examining a report llial similar clock radios snltl 111 both the Uniunl yiiitt's and Canada COM up (o twice as inncli here. B. Seaborn, head of ilie du- consuiner affairs bu- reau, said Monday (he bureau is looking mm the iitutnior, "'.a if there is .somi! explanation for whiil seems to be a pielly nificaiil price diflcreiice. He said of thu dillLTtiiee could be explained by federal sales, import and excise I axes. The report on ''mptcriously Canadtnn prices' given in liie issue of Con- sumer Reports, a inibli- eulion of the Consumors Union of Ifio Inc., said Canadian versions of clock radios pro- duced by Westinghoiksi1. General Electric and Aflmirnl had lisl prices of up MI iwiee as high as; U.S. models. Oiii- source in Uie depailmenl said there is a IS-pcr-cent fed-; eral sales on the duty-paid 5 value of llic clock radios, plus a Jfi-pcr-ccn! import tax and a pec-cent excise lax on the duty-; paid value. >ou il. >on''-e inlo almost double the U.S.. price." he k'd (liemsclvp.s (o foileral ju- tliey have jiiiiMr quLMilly tound themselves cn- cuJiiliLTed by provindfil and even municipal laws, while riglils yuaranleetl them in tbc lilive nol been given any for in a I constitutional INDIANS DOING IT iMr, Pecover urged Hie nadiaii Jraleniily lo look at Ihe treaties as possible ve- hicles of international law "if for no ulher reason Ihati be- CLIIISO Ihe Indians themselves arc doing precisely this." He concedes thai while Indi- ans may never be able lo take (heir case before the Interna- tional Coui't of Justice in The Hague, the ambiguities of the treaties and Ihe government's handling of them may be oE such magiiitud? as to "forum- laic the disturbing proposition thai Ihere are international persons in our In their controversial "lied ljaper" lo the federal govern- ment, the Indian Chiefs of Al- berla Miggusleil three possible methods of settling the ques- tion of treaties: ol a nent Senate-Commons com- mittee to deal solely with reg- istered Indians and af- fairs: of llic treaties lo llic Supreme Court 01" Canada with llic understanding lha.t the court would examine all evidence pertaining to Ihum, not just the documents them selves; the treaties could be turned over Lo the Inlcrna- lional Court of Justice; for in- LerprclatJon. The best bel seems lo be turning over (he question Lo the Supreme Court of Canada, if Ottawa and the Indians arc unable to reach some kind ot conclusion through negotia- tion. A. Glcs5y Ribbon Gift Bowi. Bag nf 25 bows of ribbon; 3" in dia- meler, quick stick adhesive bock. Chriilmci colours nsoiled. soi 1. Mojcslic Plciyinfl Cnrds Ploi- 7. All Oecnsion Greeli.it, Rolls of Cellulose Tapo. 'i" and clear. On dispenser with tuning edge. 1296" ID roll. Handy nc SuU 9 nc! cnyi, wetia'inos. be- 10. Gifly Ribbon PaAt liiferenl colours of V wide ribbon lo da- corole gifls. Wil ser. Aprox. 60' of Sale, pack .88 Recipe B D o k i 10 9, Tclephoni and Ad' dear ploslic page dress Book 7J'x5V siie i postels ol yellow, pinV 6. 3 Rolls Printed Chrisl- 7. Christmas Seals an mas Mclodei 3 Tags. Pack of 1 40 separale des.giij in dif- 37 endoau.-e cards, 60 ferenf colours, Approx. suaU, 7 novel lags, 24 string spar- kle cards. 5. 3 Embossed Foil Gtft Wrap. Each a dif- colour. Ovf.-al! irre of paper approx. 90" For s gifl, Sole, 3-roll box ,SS factors tcep p e i clean. Small gifr idea in colourful Icilclien de- signs. Sale, each or blue. Keeps numbers olphabelically, UIE (ul 'Mocking Sal., each .88 5ule, box .88 II. Coffes Warmer 5el of 12 long- ni'rfiing cnndles. A yecr- round hosless need. Order ids now Sale, set ,88 12 Napkin and Coasj. 13. Fnncy Lwncheon-siio cr Seti v-iih 30 dispot. papcr MapkinS. I'nckogi paper Qf u Jn obs0fbenf 30 ma i chin a Decoded o lonal Chriiimai deiign, ed design! on while. Snle, pack ,88 SaU, 3 .88 17. Water Colour Point Boxes. In nielal of 18. Rolractable Ball- 19. Coloured Pencil pornl Pens. !n b'ue ink Sets c! 2-! ihin lend uri Paint hrU'" includ- asiorrpo' colours, A good In plaihc car- d. lid can bi? used for hiiy [or quanhiy slock- rymg pouch. Canuciinri ining. Sale, box .88 up. Sale, 15 for .88 made. Salt, scl.88 You Can Now at Eaton's Here are 36 great buys that prove it. Make your list for gift and stationery sundries at Christmas Savings. (Due to the response expected to this offer we cannot promise delivery on our usual schedule, but deliveries will be mude as promptly as possible. Please phone order by number and name) 14. Chmtmas Card Re- 15. Fing Touch Mark- I i. Paile! Nolcpop.r cord Books: 3-yeor re 0( pen! in Kils: pad of 100 iheed black, rprf, blue and i cord keeper. Padded simulated leather cov- er, n I I r a c I i ve wrealh design, assorted colours. Sale, eacK.gg Knife.line long-wearino nylon lips. In caie. Sale, .88 60 matching envelopes. le, kil .88 i Stock Up Now 'For Home and t i Office Supply. Phone Buy-Line Delivery on 6 Items 20. Gen While package wove N( ral Pu r p o i e 21. Waler Colour Pens; 23. Marking Envelopes in of 225 while p. 8 envelopes, Slock up lor id use. Sale, set .88 sel of B dilferenl colour pens in Vinyl wallel. Wide poinl. Handy ior arl work or general Sale, pack .88 Pens: fine nyloii tip for drawing or wrjling, 8 different colour pern in plnslic cnr ryiiig COIR. Sale, tot .88 NOT ILLUSTRATED 31. DESK PADS. cd. Vinyl panels in brown or ivory, for oifice des1' or far home wrninrj 32. ONYX DESK PEN SETS. Mexican onyx, fell padded base with brass name plale. Holds ball 33. JIGSAW PUZZLES. Sea- scapes, interesting assort- ment. Completed size, Country scenes 400 pieces m eacli 23. Pholo Alblums, 3V X page ii.-e lo I. old lo 5? pho'oi Inlrd rTinrlilclnTir ro.'..r gr'o'lDMe Icllr-nr.g. Sale, Bach .88 24. Beaulilul Canada 75. C ri i I J r e n'l Tole Cc.l ondnrs: Fcaiurcf 12 Bags: IG-Vxl.V ii aviM-.illy proof rutilir'- rolfn.i -rli op. loo" .rKluclpd liandles. Sale, each .88 Sale, cad, .88 fe 28. Onulile ln'r BOOK 11. lunilio Sin; 30. AdtlicM and Tclc- Ratks ''n Boxes c (jlione Books els. Sale, id 3 i.e 26. Jumbo-Size Colour- 27. While Bond Type- BUYLINE ecl Projecl Paper in packs of 75 ihcels 17 pcjtlt. Easy lor i !n rut nnri writer Paper goad quol- ily in ilondnrd 1 1" 250 Niieoii !o pcickngo. A big value. !or year-round, .el .88 Get an Early Start on Gift- Shopping For Children, For Their Stockings St.K 1.83 J.B8 Shop Thursday And Friday From 9 'Til 9 For These Values! 34. 5-Roll Chridrocii Wrup Kils: 3 lolls of as- Clirislrnai pappr 2 35. 3. Roll Clir i i I m n I 36. 3. Roll Wflip S Printed Foil Wrap Sell. l.ouuy giovurc pape in design] and drllcrcn cusoa1 foil oil sijr of paper 110'x Ovnrall sua Morlrrl. wid-. Sale, kil 1.88 Sale, "I 1.88 1.88 ;