Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 12, 1979 · Page 11
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FINAL B-4 Thurs., Apr. 12, "19 rJThe Arizona Republic Town Hall adopts report on Indians More about Settlement on Tempe Mall In Iowa, Ericson is the developer for malls in Clinton, Mason City and Fort Dodge although he has not signed final agreements. Continued from Page B-l Under the agreement the bankruptcy petition would be withdrawn. Faegre said a "couple of areas cluding Indian citizens, to receive services." , The delegates also agreed that the federal government should reimburse state and local governments foe,,; social services rendered to Indians. One panel concluded that tribal self-determination should not be linked to a reduc-tion in federal delegates made it clear during the session Wednesday, however, "that no tribe recommends the elimination of the BIA." Reservation Indians are subject to tribal laws and sometimes are insulated from state laws while on the reservation but in some cases are subject to state laws when off the reservation. Regarding government . Representation of Indians without taxation, delegates agreed to "support the principle of not tying the payment of property taxes or ownership of property to rights of citizens, in JD tOUCGt OF should be guided entirely by them. Where claims dealing with water have caused conflicts among tribes and non-Indians, delegates suggested "direct negotiation" and the designation of a state agency to "facilitate and assist in resolving conflicts . . Other resolutions: "... Indians are entitled to some differences in treatment because of constitutional treaty and historical obligations (but) owe state and local governments payment of taxes for non-reservation activities . . ." One panel concluded that the Bureau of Indian Affairs has been "derelict" in meeting Indian needs and the panel favored elimination of the BIA. Indian tions Wednesday considered by Town Hall's four discussion panels. At one point, Navajo Tribal Chairman Peter MacDonald accused some delegates of lying because they said they witnessed Indian abuse of land but could not pinpoint where the abuses occurred. MacDonald said if Indian land abuse was to be mentioned in the document, Anglo abuses by the establishment of "massage parlors and houses of prostitution in Phoenix and Tucson" also should be included. His motion was defeated when no one seconded it. Delegates were firm in their belief that all reservation natural resources belong to Indians and that the development of resources By MARILYN TAYLOR Central Arizona Bureau RIO RICO - Four hours of give and take among 110 Arizona Town Hall delegates Wednesday produced a 30-page document that covers controversial Indian issues. However, the delegates failed to agree on such items as reservation sovereignty and tribal jurisdiction over non-Indians. Sovereignty was called "a still-developing concept . . . defined by courts (which) causes confusion ..." Opinions were split on whether Indians have criminal and civil jurisdiction over non-Indians who have committed offenses on reservations. Delegates discussed some 50 proposed amendments and mo fODIATKY 500 Oil AHIAO of dispute" had arisen at the last minute in negotiations, but he expected a signed agreement soon. Ericson's past includes' bankruptcy, conviction of a California securities violation and Vh years' imprisonment in California stemming from a restaurant deal. He later moved to Minnesota where he began developing malls. In an interview last July Ericson predicted his Ericson Development Co. would develop projects worth up to $250 million, and he dismissed a $2 million loss as part of a "big-swing business ... A loss of several million dollars is only what you subtract from the plus side. This time the bubble is not going to burst." 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