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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, October 21, 1971 SHOE-STRING DRINKING TORQUAY, England (CP) A group of foreign students on holiday in Devon enjoyed a cheap night out at local for 10 new pence. The 17 youngsters smuggled food into the bar and bought only a half I pint of lager to share between them. After an hour they were thrown out. FISHY BUSINESS WHYTELEAFE, England (CP) The law does not per- mit fisli frier Colin Ellis to sell fish and chips on Sundays. He can sell fish and, comp to that, chips too, but only separately. So customers have helped him go into his Surrey shop in pairs, one buys the fish and the other the chips. EASY RIDER BRIGHTON, England (CP) It's always tricky for fathers to persuade their sa-as to mow tho lawn. But John Tilden-Smith, whose son Jeremy is motorbike mad, solved the problem by fit- ling fancy motorbike handle- bars on the mowing machine. Now the lawns on his Sussex es- i tate are always kept in trim. LAUNCH NEW COSMOS MOSCOW (Reuter) The So- viet Union put into orbit an earth satellite that is the latest in the Cosmos series, the offi- cial news agency Tass reported Tuesday. Cosmos 453 was orbit- ing the earth every 92.2 minutes and the instruments on board were operating normally, Tass added. HEAD TABLE Guests at the head table of a state dinner for Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin chat. They are (left to Mrs. tester B. Pearson, Mrs. Trudeau, Mr. Kosygin, Prime Minister his 52nd birthday, Mrs. Ludmilla Gvishiani, Mr. Kosygin's daughter, and former prime minister Lester Pearson. Indians rap women9s status ruling BRANTFORD. Ont. (CP) who marry non-Indians to retain of about 20.000 Man Ontario Indians want the Su-1 Norman Lickers, president of r f the Association of Iroquois and preme Court of Canada to over-1 Indians_ sajd tis rule a Federal Court of Canada i group asked Indian Affairs decision allowing Indian women Minister Jean Chretien to ap- peal the judgment in the Jean-! the reserve or have Indian nette Corbiere Lavell case deliv-1 status. ered Oct. 8. "It would mean that if she The Federal Court ruled that wanted to live on the reserve PRICELESS ART IN A MAKESHIFT GALLERY. The Frustrating Art of Creating a Gallery is explained by Jean Sutherland Boggs, director of Conada's National Gallery, in Weekend Magazine. Read why our masterpieces of art are still lock- ing a proper home. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE the Indian Act. under which Mrs. Lavell, 28, lost her status as a member of the Wikwemi- kong band, "offends the right of such an Indian woman to equal- ity before the law." Mrs. Lavell, an Ojibwa from Manitoulin Island, married a non-Indian student April 1. 1970. Mr. Lickers said that under i the court decision, an Indian woman who marries a non-In- her husband and children could visit her but would have to get feud-council permission to stay on the reserve." ARREST 10 REDS PARIS (AP) Police ar- rested Thursday 10 members of the Trotskyite Communist League in connection with an attack on the U.S. consulate' Oct. 5. About 100 demonstrators I dian may retain her status but; broke windows and smeared her children whose father is I anti-Vietnam war slogans on (he j non-Indian may not reside on building. SIMPSONS-SEARS LATEX BASE SATIN WALL interior finish You give it all you've got. Molson Golden gives you all the good, smooth taste you deserve. It's the beer everyone enjoys. So get together.., for a Molson Golden. Molson Golden ...you've earned it! Save 1.99 Gal. Guaranteed One Coat Satin Wall Finish Reg. gal. Qt. 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