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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETIirtRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Dctember 16. 1971 71 ;LAXD, di.smi 'harge dropped ,charge Wednesday against. 1 ni.iih Panther party loader] ilurv Newton after thf district attornev said it. would be use- j less lo try Newton a fourth Newton, the c a r-ol .'I i Panther minister (if de-fence, had been charged in the :W7 sluing of an Oakland pollen-' man. John Frey. i can't try this case for a j fourth time because lack anv now evidence and it j he fruitless lo have an- other hung jury." District. Attor- i nev Lou oil Jensen said j '''ink he is absolutely i Riiilty of the offence, make no nus'ake about that." Newton, originally charged j with murder, was convicted in j of manslaughter and spent 2'2 months in prison before the state Court of Appeal reversed the verdict. A second trial ended in a j i lump jury last August, as did a j Calif. 'APi A i third trial which ended S'atur- cd a nianMauphter i day. Jnl) Irftiniiig for welfare, people nts in appropriate cases with the Work In- i' faces charges nor. wa grand j court governor. i Three appointees to Kerncr s judge and former Illinois povcr- which ran from j iicied iy a federal to and a Chicago busi-1 c d i e d a y on nesswoman also were named in -iherv mail fraud. 19-count indictment handed down in U.S. District Court in tax evasi-in. i cr.inry am, con- c h ca g 0- jhe announcement spirat-y as a result of race-truck was macie here. tv in Alaska. laska (API quire as much as 160 acres of UIVC peoples, i land each, hut tinder the provi- sions of the bill they won't be hack -10 mil- able to sell it for 20 years. ii'ixl they Three years ago. a federal study showed the slate's natives million held only 500 acres in private Icgisla- 1 ownership hut 97 per cent of hv Congress Alaska's 5RR.412 square miles is ;-i-: "no pov- 1 federally owned. >iaska's f'l- ..he most part, they live in amj cvcn dilapi- eomtmn i hou5inBi are jobiess or onlv seasonally employed, lack ng favors dian women TOnONTO Mr. -Ir- tico OsK'i1 that a tionoflhr Indi'in Ad fiisqunlir.- inp a from in an Indian if sV niai Mf.i a man i> in coislut v.ith the Hill i-f Hi.tihl.v University revieurd CAi.CAKV iCP) The Uni- versity of has started a re view six- tenure system. A was approved last ueek tiio general faculty council look into all tenure Jisiiiics and dismissals and {o alternatives to thr prc. i r! An i- of the ronncil hy for- 111 or union provident The i'-rms the system a h.iven for tlv "incompetent aivl thr v.Mich siiould lot-'i- eally iMMin-diately 'liis is not siinlcnt ri'prn! said ten- i'i born on tlx1 rc.sei've hut left, it to live in Hamilton when she mamcd a white man in When she separated frrm her husband about a year apo, she returned to the reserve with her children to live in a she had inherited from her mother, 'Hie council ordered her to leave the reserve by Aug. 31 and began eviction proceedings when slie refused to do so. While an Indian woman and her r: ildren lose I heir status as Indiar.i if she marries a white man, white woman legally be-