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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Indians win first round of legal battle Insects remain threat YELLOWKNIFE, N.W.T. (CP) The Indian Brotherhood of the Northwest Territories claimed a psychological victory Wednesday in the opening skirmish of a legal battle that will have far-reaching effects on economic development of the Northwest Territories. Mr. Justice William Morrow of the Northwest Territories Su- preme Court ruled that he will retain legal control of the case involving an attempt by the In- dian Brotherhool to file a cav- declaration of against square miles of land covered by unsettled treaties. He also directed that the temporary land titles freeze imposed on the Mackenzie Val- ley in early April be continued until least the end of July. "It certainly is a psy- chological victory for the Indian said Brotherhood Pres- ident James Wah-Shee after the case was adjourned until July 9. "This is the first actica we've taken legally with respect to land on a large scale and we're happy with the way things have turned out." A packed public gallery in the stuffy little courtroom in this Territorial capital heard com- plex legal presentations from six lawyers during the two-day hearing, with the main argu- ment centred on Mr. Justice Morrow's jurisdiction. The major contention bv Crown lawyer Ivan Whitehall was that Mr. Justice Morrow bad no jurisdiction to rule on the merits of the Indians' claims. The Crown wanted a ruling on the application to file the caveat with the land titles office while avoiding t n e broader issue of aboriginal rights which forms the basis of the Indians' case. WANTS SUPERIOR COURT Mr. Whitehall argued that the broader issues in the dispute should be heard by a superior federal court. Lawyers for the Indian Broth- erhood said the judge has enough jurisdiction to deal with aboriginal rights claims. They want the case heard in a North- ern court. Both sides expected Mr. Jus- tice Morrow to make a ruling on jurisdiction, but he reserved decision and ordered lawyers to be prepared to present him with all the evidence involved in the case in July. Mr. Justice Morrow said he could not decide about jurisdic- tion until he heard the evidence from both sides. "I have heard argument base on references to abori- ginal rights, Crown title, Hu- son's Bay land, the manner of the handling of patents and land grants, transfers involving the two of which is before me in concrete form as evidence. "There has been very little agreement as to the true nature of these things." The judge's decision brought an immediate protest from Mr. Whitehall. Gold rush eases in world trade OTTAWA (CP) Cool weather has delayed the grass- hopper hatch on the Prairies, but the insects remain a serious potential threat as farmers swing into spring seeding oper- ations. Statistics Canada re- ported Wednesday. SMART EXECUTIVES Lease Their Business and Personal Cars BECAUSE Leasing can be less expensive than buying Leasing is time saving and convenient Leasing simplifies ypur tax records No cash investment required For the complete facts on leasing contact BORIS KORESHENKOV, teasing and Insurance Rep. BENY AUTOMOTIVE ENTERPRISES LTD. 2nd AVE. and 8th STREET S. Phone 328-1101 In the second of 11 reports on crop conditions in the Prairie grain belts, the statistics bu- reau said moisture supplies vary throughout the provinces, but are better than anticipated following the light snowfall last winter. Seeding is underway in most districts and should be general by the weekend. Last week, the bureau pre- dicted one of the most serious grasshopper infestations in a decade. Conditions remain un- changed, although cool weather is delaying the hatch. Crop conditions by prwince: Alberta: Seeding is started in all areas and moisture condi- tions range from ideal in the west and central parts to ade- quate in central and -nortiern regions. Rain is badly needed in the southwest. Hay and pasture lands are in good condition. j Manitoba: Seeding is general throughout the provide. About i 15 per cent cf the crops are j sown in the western regions and j 10 per cent to 25 per cent have j 'been planted in the eastern re- gions. Moisture conditions vary from fair to good with both weeds and pastures growing well. Fall rye and alfalfa are in good condition. Grasshoppers are beginning to hatch at Me- lita. i Saskatchewan: Seeding is, I general throughout the southern I two-thirds cf the grain belt and fanners in the north will have operations fully under way by i the weekend. In the south, 50 to i 80 per cent of the spring crops i are seeded. Pastures are im- proving under mild, sunny weather. Grasshoppers are just beginning to hatch. LONDON (AP) The price, of geld essed further today as Europe's booming bullion mar- kets lost" a little more heat in early dealings. The United States dollar moved up strongly on foreign exchanges. Geld opened on the free mar- ket in London at U.S. an ounce, SI .50 below Wednesday's closing level. The dollar jumped three-quar- ters of a pfennig to 2.7925 marks at the opening in Frank- furt. In London, the pound ster- ling sagged more than a cent to The price of gold dropped in Zurich to an ounce, and the dollar was quoted at 3.1675 Swiss francs, up almost a centime. In Frankfurt, the price cf gold was marked down more than to in early trans- re ions. The dollar rose in Paris to 4.45875 francs from 4.4450. In Tokyo, where the exchange opens hours before those in Eu- rope, the dollar rose more than a yen dining the day and closed The goud rush on the free market brought pressure for an increase in the official price of an ounce used in transac- tions between governments to finance their trade. The IMed States is opposed to any increase because it would devalue the dollar as an international reserve currency. And in the House of Lords Wednesday a British govern- ment minister coaieaded that to increase the official price would bcrofit the rich ooaaries at the expense of the poor. Lord Jellicoe, the Con- servative government's spokes- man the upper house, said that of S43 billion in gold held in international reserves, 91 par cent is held by 25 of ths richest developed nations. Biggest tax cut for Michigan LANSING, Mich. (AP) ,00V. William Milliken has I signed into law the biggest tax cut in Michigan history. The governor said Wednesday the tax-cut package will meaa an average tax break of between and a year for individual state taxpayers. It increases the personal in- come tax exemption from the current to next Jan. l. Alberta prison director named to commission OTTAWA (CP) Solicitor- General Warren AlLrrjand ap- pointed a three-man commis- sion Wednesday to investigate prison security in Quebec. Named to the commission are Mr. Justice Jacques Ducros of the Quebec Superior Court, Lt.- Col. A. D. T. G-avlhier of the armed forces, and Pierre Jut- ras, director of the medium-se- curity prison in Drumheller, Alta. Mr. Allmand, in a news re- lease, said the investigation -will begin immediately. The com- mission will report firstly on last weekend's five-man escape from St. Vincent de Paul prison near Montreal. It then will study security at the medium-security institution at Cowansville, Que., where 10 prisoners escaped during the last two weeks cf April. May 17, 1979 THf UTHBRIDOE HRAID 31 Another bid for air route GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) The president of Jet Interna- tional Air Ltd., is asking the ministry of transport if it can apply to provide supplemental air service between Grande Prairie and Edmonton, since Northern ThUDderbcid Air Ltd. has cancelled its service. Managing director Fred Woodhall of Jet Air said the company could use a Fairchild turboprop aircraft to provide two daily flights with a fare THE FINEST schedule similar to the exist- ing one. Time Air limited of Leth- bridge has aJso applied to pro- vide the service. KILLED IN CRASH ENID, Okla. (AP) A crew member of a United Stata Air Force T-38 jet trainer was killed Tuesday evening when his plane crashed into the yard of a home here. RETIREMENT AND RECREATIONAL COMMUNITY Blmd Boy. 1C.. Holfwey Trcni-Conodo moil a Namt THIS IS HIRE-A-STUDENT MONTH CMDI and male students are now avail. tfflr able for any numbei of job opportunities, short or long term! T'le Manpower Centre is for your exclusive assistance in finding summer em. ployment. Register NIOW! Contact 327-2111 The STUDENT MANPOWER CENTRE 2nd Floor 420 7th St. S. Across from Canada Manpower Panasonic puts entertain- ment into our hands with a great collection of go-any- where, play-anything, music makers. Here are just a few ...see them, and lots more like them, at your Panasonic dealer. They make great gifts! cassette recorder with built-in radio. Carry great sounds witn wherever pick up a few more as you go along tth the push-button cas- sette recorder. Radio has AFC on FM for drift-free reception Recorder has Matic for perfect results. Auto-Stop, and remote mike. Solid-stale engineered, m black and silver case. The Hillcrest RQ-435S S89.95 AM digital clock radio. Beautifullv sculp- tured design: available m black, tangerine or avocado, with a white face Sensitive AM cylindrical tuning dial- push-button operation 24-hour timer wakes vou with a buzz or with music the Somerset RC-1I22C S39.95 We're making sure you won't have to spend all your time out there in television land! Tscvr portable cassette recorder with built-in condenser mike. 1 hi-, is the action portable. Easv-Matic circuit makes it easy to get clear, sharp, recordings.The sensitive built-in condenser mike picks up sound from any direction. Auto- Stop protects mechanism and tapes. 3-way power...AC, batteries, and with optional adapter, boat current. The Ahingdon RQ-309S S54.95 Portable entertainment radio, phonograph, cassette recorder. poncrcd. all in one portable package! PM speaker delivers great sound. 2-speed phono. Easy-tune radio. Recording level indicator and pause control. Solid-state engi- neered. Complete with microphone, and pre-recorded cassette. The Kirkwood SG-100C S99.95 Colorful cassette recorder. It's a svung-a-ions in deep sea blue, midnight black or burnt orange. With Easy-Matte level control and a built-in con- denser mike, recording's a snap. Sound s great; the PM namic speaker really punches it out Complete with pre-recorded cassette and earphone. The Sclby RQ-224AS S49.95 World's first crazy-color bracelet AM radio. Wear it as a bracelet-give it a twist, and it sits up and plays! Built-m antenna: easy-grip tuning and volume controls In fire engine red. bright white, deep sea blue, and banana vcflow. Solid-state engineered. Complete with earphone and sheet of stick-on decals. The Toot-a-l.oop R-72 Powerful radio. Not portables have the power output of ibis iiti'ic beauty. Antennae arc built-in. Slide-rule ernier tuning, speaker jack, tone control. Finished in black, with silver trim. With earphone TheMuskokaRF-552AC TanAsonit ballcnc< arc included onrnMr tape Ail prices shown a-e Fanawrflic suggested Provincial Tjxet extra alien applicable Panasonic just slightly ahead of our time. TOMORROW'S FURNITURE LTD, 1254 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-4133 Zeller's i LONG WEEKEND SPECIALS Merchandise on Sale Tonight, Friday and Saturday LIMITED QUANTITIES BOAT CLEARANC 3 Days only REGULAR PRICE COLEMAN SPORTLINE LANTERN -Safe, quiet, dependable -Reg. 16.99 SPECIAL 14 COLEMAN FUEL -128 fl. or. tin -Reg. 1.56 SPECIAL 1 .19 SLEEPING BAG _3-lb. woor bait fill -30" x 72" 7.54 SPECIAL FAMILY FISHING KIT -3 rods -3 reels -Accessories -Reg. 19.96 SPECIA1 17 WATER PAK -5 gallon size -one year guarantee -Reg. 5.91 SPECIAL FOLD-A-CARRIER -5 gallon capacity -Reg. 1.96 SPECIAL .49 CUSHION-EASE MATTRESS COLEMAN STOVE -Tourist -Two burners -Reg. 18.96 SPECIAL COLEMAN PROPANE STOVE -14" hose -Regulator -16.4 cylinder -Re3. 39.97 SPECIAL SLEEPING BAG wool ban fill -Reg. 9.66 SPECIAL ZELLERS NYLON TENT -2 man backpacking -Reg. 25.88 SPECIAL PRIMUS FLAMELESS CATALYTIC HEATER i96 -Reg. 49.95 SPECIAL 2 MAN INFLATABLE BOAT -Reg. 24.86 SPECIAL -All purpose -Reg. 7.96 SPECIAL 5 CAMP COT or Blue -Reg. 13.96 SPECIAL 11 AIR MATTRESS -Reg. 7.96 SPECIAL WOODS TOURIST TENT -9'x9' -Reg. 49.96 SPECIAL HIKING BOOTS nyion -Reg. 13.96 SPECIAL 7 INFLATOR PUMP Located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;