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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE INDIAN SIDE Dennis Bdnks, field directcr for ihe American. Indian Move- menf which spearheaded fhe takeover of ihe Indian Affairs in Washington, delivers remarks lo newspapermen after conferring wilh Brad Patterson of ihe White House minority-affairs office; Assislant Secretary of the Interior Harrison. Loesch; BIA commissioner Louis Bruce; cmd Bob Robertson, an assislant to Vice-Presrdanf Spiro Agnew. Big brother may snoop PITTSBURGH fAP) U.S. TlepresenlaLive William Moor- head says the federal govern- ment has actually tested two plans lo permit yovcrmncnL ac- cess to private homes via elec- tronic devices. The statement came in reply lo White House denials of alle- gations it planned lo wire every American home and car inlo a INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD ESTABLISHED 19M Lower Floor 517 4th Ave S. Phone 327-1541 I central communications system via an FM radio network. Tlie first plan, lhe congress- I man said, was included in a confidential While House sludy j report leaked to Moorhcad's I government operations subcom- mittee and released lo news 1 media by him Iwo days ago. i Dr. Edward David, President Nixon's science adviser, la- j belli'd Moorhead's aclion an al- lompL lo grpb headlines and claimed the idea was one of 1 msny rejecled as loo extvomc before il even reached lhe plan- ning stales. Moorliead, however, said an investigation by his subcom- mittee staff, raises serious questions about lhe truth of Da- vid's stalement. "Additional investigation by (be .subcommittee's staff in Washington yesterday revealed lhat two alto-native plans lo permit government access to