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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, LETHBRIDQE Can Indians make rules for reserve gambling? MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) A _ Montana based federal judge is studying the issue of whether the Blackfeet Indians can make some rules for gambling on tribal lands SAND GRAVEL >ASPHALT< TOLLESTRUP kSAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE even to the point of punishing FBI agents who enforce federal anti-gambling laws. A spokesman for U.S. District Court Judge Russell E Smith of Missioula said a ruling might come within several weeks in a suit involv- ing the Blackfeet tribe and federal officials. The case involves a dispute over the U.S. government's action in confiscating four slot machines and other gambling devices Aug. 28 from a bar on the Blackfeet reservation in extreme northern Montana, southeast of Lethbndge, Alta A tribal-court judge ordered that the FBI men not remove the gambling devices and directed the FBI to appear in tribal court for a hearings Hmm not bad! West German Foreign Minister Walter Scheel takes a sip of wine then holds the glass away while he considers the taste. Mr. Scheel was attending a reception for him at an Ottawa hotel. He is in Canada for a visit.___________________________________ Canada won't be GUARANTEED SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Interest Payable Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annually, Annually or Compounded to Maturity MEMBER CANADA DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST NOTICE New deposits made now entitle depositors to receive one set of (5) 14'x16' prints of the original pictures known as FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST R C M P collection, call today for further information 309 7th St. S., Lethbridge Phone 328-5548 OTTAWA (CP) Foreign Minister Walter Scheel of West Germany has apparently eased Canadian concerns that future trade and political arrangements between the European Economic Com- munity (EEC) and the United States will not leave Canada excluded. That issue was the major topic Friday as Mr. Scheel met External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp for two hours, then spent a sunny hour with Prime Minister Trudeau at the prime minister's Harrington Lake summer house. Mr Sharp's spokesman said after the ministers' meeting that "we certainly feel, con- fident that the Canadian view is thoroughly understood and appreciated" by West Ger- many. Mr Scheel later told report- ers that the EEC's relations with Canada "have the same rank and importance" as those with the U.S. He said a recently-published EEC draft declaration on relations with the U.S. was not meant to ex- clude relations with Canada or other countries Canadian officials have ex- pressed concern lately that the EEC declaration, and the Droposal last April by U S. secretary of State Henry Kissinger for a new Atlantic charter, would lead to new lies between Washington and the EEC that would hurt Canada. Mr. Scheel said EEC- Canada relations are "coming sbout naturally in where Canada has proposed i .s own draft declaration for future relations within the Atlantic alliance Clark raps propaganda CALGARY (CP) The Social Credit opposition wants no part of the government operated Alberta Com- munications Network (ACN) or voice-clip service and wants the government to get out of the propoganda business as well, Bob Clark, Social Credit house leader, says. Mr Clark was commenting in a telephone interview on a survey done for the Alberta Bureau of Public Affairs, which suggested opposition members have the use of the two services The survey, condcuted by Socio-Systems Ltd of Calgary, said there was a "fine line between a ministry of information and a ministry of propoganda" The government has tended to the propoganda side, he said There should be a stop to the practice of government minister's making voice clips for distribution to radio stations because it eliminates two-way communication, he said The ACN telex service also should stop carrying "political" press releases and stick to "pure information content." THE TIME IS FALL THE PLACE IS BRITISH COLUMBIA. 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