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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, 12, 1974 LETHBRIDGE HERALD- 45 Indian issue thrown wide open TORONTO (CP) A three-man Ontario Court of Appeal began hearings Tuesday into a case which has thrown wide open the issue of Indian rights in Canada. Mr. Justice W. F. Schroeder heads the tribunal hearing the appeal by the elected council for control of the Six Nation In- dian Reserve near Brantford, Ont. In a 24-page judgment last July, Mr. Justice John Osier of the Ontario Supreme Court ruled in favor of the historic Council of Hereditary Chiefs as rightful controllers of the re- serve instead of the elected Indian council imposed by the federal government in 1924. ___________ His judgment was based on precedent established in official land dealings between the Indians and colonial governors, Sir Frederick Haldimand and John Graves Simcoe in the late 1700s. 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