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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ____________-------- SnturHny, Ortoln HFRALD IS PERMANENT RESIDENCE? The roadside sign invites n motor Ont., to drop by again. The Haldimand County community could br anent residence-if the adjacent cemetery and ;ign arr? bolh saving Selkirk, suggesting perm- ansidnrrjd. Phase two of f'-o WASH! NT, TON fMM Treasury Sccretiiry John H. (Vmrmlly Rave assurance Uv'.ay that the United States pivrrn- nient will act to keep indaiin trinic ions. in check if Fie.sinenl Nixon's have fo up snmHliim: in P h a s c Two boards fail t hold the line. j Connally, chanrrnan of Nixon's eost-oMiving council, I old a news conference that his top- level council will not veto prior or wage increase decisions of (he independent new pay board of price commission. ''But if it becomes apparent that their actions HIT not, cuns- Lant with the president's -m- nounced goal of holding down inflation, thei. frankly some ac- tion will have to be y "We our iKihmee nf pay-1 order nr, to pain something.1 i lire nni part menl.s improved. only way j A'-Krd about pe.ixlmg requests I erds. i' can ho improved, in a i for puMie utility and telephone the fii-trhneiit. of irnrascs, under coasidera- 1'ftn hv Male and local rcguh- (cry ,vewie.s, Connally said the iifvncies would not have tlie au- thority to grant such increases Ihii price, board grantee! surh asked at what point the cost-of-living council uiyht determine that wagi1- i.-nd-pnre hoard decisions were not in lianr.ony with t.hc i dent's goals. f' replied: "T don't zr, tipipatn that we would over conit1 in conflict with them. Con- rm U.S. jobless limb rejv M' >r, industry i v.ill hold tJi'p for In- said. "We to thorn If' !.hcsft wage figures bsSantiaiiv. the Indian woman wlw marries non- be deprived of her TORONTO (CP) The Federal Court of Canada ruled F r i d ay an Indian woman cannot be deprived of her rights as an Indian be- cause she married a non-In- dian. The court ruled Uic Indian Act, under which Gorbierc Lavell, 28t her status as a member of the Wikwemikong band, "offends the right of such an Indian woman to equality before the It was the firsi time n Cana- dian murl has applied Uic 11- I Competition seen for Ciima trade MOXTRKAL Neil V. German of Calpary, president of the Chamber of Com- merce, said here United States relaxation fjf trade controls wit.h China likely will result in direct U.S. competition with Canadian exports. lie told the Khvams Club of Montreal the extent of compel i- lion will be affected by the will- j ingncss of the Chinese to deal directly with U.S. firms. Mr. German, who made a re- cent visit, to China with Trade Minister Jenn-Luc Pepin, paid that China as a general rule does not trade with U.S. compa- nies or subsidiaries of U.S. firms l.'H-atrd in other countries. Hin latent report from (he Canadian embassy in Pe- king said t.hat Chinese state trading corporations will not do business with U.S. subsidiaries in Canada. However, he- added, reports In the U.S. have stated that China has dealt with n number of U.S. subsidiaries, about mil- lion of trade moving from U.S. subsidiaries abroad. On the f-elluig sidr, said Mr, German, China is more flexible. "We know thai China sells to U.S. subsidiaries in Canada." Peking lias not yet responded to American overtures other tliHi) tlir ;nTanpements for Pres- ident fcrU'cnming visit (o China, lir smi. Nonetheless. "We have to take into account that the re- cent relaxation in policy to- ward China could result in Chi nose accepting products and materials from subsidiaries of American firms." foreign posl- lion is improvjiiii because of a favorable balance trade dur- ing whicli is expected to bo maintained in 1971, said Mr. Gorman. Although China's population is more than million they ean- not be "consumers" under tin- country's present po- I and economic policies, with fi'w exceptions. "Xu coiisumei' are im- ported because I he Chinese meet their people's neods from their own domestic industry and year-old Hill of Rights to the issue of sexual equality. Mrs. an Ojibway, appealed her case after Judge Ben Grossberg refused in June to the federal government to loinsfnie her as a member of the band. She was removed from the band list in December, H'70, following her mnrriage April 1, J970. to David Lavell 2ii, a student at Ryerson Poh tech- nical Institute Her appeal was heard by a three-man panel of (he federal appeal .Justice W. H. .lacked and Justices Louis Tratte and A L. Thur- low. GAVE DIHKCTION Mr. Justice Thurlow. read- ing the decision, ordered Judge Grossberg to reopen the case and directed him to interpret the Indian Act "as inoperative to deprive her of her rights." Friday's judgment said an Indian male who married a nnn-Indian did not lose bis status and his wife uas re- garded iis mi Indian. By depriving ;m of the same ihe law was discriminatory and illegal, l.hc appeal court ruled. Clayton Ruby, Mrs. said. "We've made a significant, a very import a n t. break through in Canadian civil rights. Sexual equality JKW means sexual equality and a federal court has said so." In his June 22 judgment, Jndce Grossberg said Mrs. Lavell lost no rights Inrouch thn marriage. She had cried r him her removal from the band list meant she would he a trespasser on the Maniloulin Island land her family has held since it was awarded by the Crown during the War of She claimed the lost the rislit (o take, her KJ-monlh-okl son back to the reservation. Judge Grossberg claimed he could not accept, her assertion tliat the refusal to permit her r e t u r n io the reservation would mean her loss of her Indian heritage, culture and Questioned on (.he hot issue of labor's in.sistence that wage set- tle.nierits already under he perrni'ttcd to tik i UK 00-d frer Nov. 13, Conn ilh t A i "We are nit pom n tee anytiiing to air if i i ho .said. But he tl decision on defeirrd which WP r during t.hc i matter for the pi h termine." SURCHARGE T') T Asked about v c surcharge on im r U.S.. Connaliv s i say when it mi.yht lie also said h how long the eco.' i tien program guiiig to contiiiui. r.ecespaiy to bring inflation under conii said. He said foreign count -ics rec- ognize tire U.S. problcir mcnt government reported today. Most of the gain, however, j rosTS was part-time and million-; of Americans suf- fered a drnp in wee lily earnings in e of a shorter avurage the labor depart- .cut said, ji il iiii.'inijloymeiit, dropped i WHI to'million and the johk s r itf inched down from I tj force. Ihe hureau of labor sta- tistics t- lied it "virtually un- chanKC1'! Total employment actually dropped 1.4 million, but on a seasonally adjusted b is the bureau figured it at ai HOOT e of io (i o because it u u ill} top n ore as youths working for Hie summer return to, school 19. f I INSURANCE IS JUS! i1 -IT IS OUi OUR BUSINESS given no Speaking generally of the