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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 9, 197] THE LETHDRIDGE HERALD 19 P-fRMANENT RESIDENCE? The roadside sign Invites a motorist leaving Selkirk, So drop by ogain. The Haldimand County community could be suggesting perm- anent residence--if the adjacent cemetery and sign are both considered. ian woman who marries non-Indian caift be deprived of her rights TOHCOTO (CP) The Fedfc raj Court of Canada ruled f t- i d sy an Indian woman cannot be deprived of her riglils as an Indian be- cause .sb married a non-In- dian. The ruled the Indian Act, innte- which Jeannette LaveU, SB, lost her status -as of the Wikwetaikong band, "offends Hie rlgriit of such an Indian woman lo equality before the law." It wsslhe first HIM a Cana- dian co-art lias applied the 11- Competition seen for China trade MONTFlEAl (CP) Neil V. German ol Calgary, president of the Canadian Chambw of Com- merce, said here United States relaxation of trade controls with China -ffill result in direct U.S. coEjetition wits Canadian exports, He tolcS Ihe Kwanis Club ot Montreal Hie extent of competi- tion will -fcx> affected by the will- ingness the Chinese to deal directly with U.S. firms. Mr. Ge-trtnaji, wto mode a re- cent visit lo China vfith Trade Minister Jeaji-Luo Pepin, said that Giima as a general rule does nolfcrade with U.S. compa- nies or subsidiaries of U.S. firms tabled in other countries. He said! Ilie latest report from the CamidiMj embassy in Pe- king saicfl that Chinese state trading comoratiwis will not do business with, U.S. subsidiaries in Canada.. he added, reports hi the U.S. Saave stated that China has dealt -with a tuiwber of U.S. subsidiaries, with about mil- lion of moving from U.S. subsidiari es abroad. On the celling side, said Mr. German, China is more flexible. "We know that China sells to U.S. subsidiaries in Canada." Peking Bis not jet responded to Amcii-can overtures other than the arrangements for Pres- ident Ninon's forthcoming visit to China, Bic said. NonctMOess, "We have lo take account that the re- cent relaxation in U.S. policy to- ward China couM result in Chinese ictepting products and materials from subsidiaries of American lirrns." China's fforeign exchange posi- tion is improving because of a favorable balance of trade dur- ing 1970r3Nch is expected to be maintained in 1971, said Mr. German. AlthoirgtH China's population is more than 150 million they can- not be cttsiderccl "consumers" under the country's tvresent po- litical economic policies, with few exceptions. "No comaimcr goods arc im- ported tecadfe Urn Chinese meet their (iwple's from their owniclornc.sl.ic industry and Soviet official seeking asylum BRUSHES (An Belgian security icwccs sai'l today a member (C Ihc Soviet trade mis- sion, raisins since last. Sunday, has gone I a Britain to seek po- litical asj'lmiu- The TUiss Anatoli K. Tchc- boratev, lotf Uiifi lionie in an em- ba .sv car, rfirrjing largo amounts oi foreign currency hut no luggage, his wife reported. Police si L