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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 LETHBKIDCt HCKALP inuriiiay IB Predicts Nixon rebound from scandal Ehrlichman thinks Watergate hearings destructive to country SEATTLE Former assistant John Ehrlichnum says he thinks the Senate Watergate Hearings are destructive to the but it is too soon to assess their long-range impact. this I can't say whether they're of lasting bene- or Ehrlichman told a news conference. back in his Sea- ttle home following his resigna- tion as President Nixon's top domestic adviser April 30 and his recent testimony before the Watergate predict e d would soon rebound from the scandal that has shaken his administration. The 48-year-old standing 30 feet from the shore of Lake Washington in his front said he expects Nixon to demonstrate a fresh and in coming months Ehrl i c h m a n he expects the president to reassert himself in dealings with Congress HAVE SYMPATHY Ehrlichman suggested that the majority of Americans are in sympathy with the Nixon ad- ministration on the Watergate matter He said the thousands of letters he has received from across the country supporting him are the tip of the ice- berg Asked whether he thinks the Watergate Hearings are gener- ally constructive or Ehrlichman think that what they're doing is destruc- tive He said the committee head- ed by Senator Sam J. Jr C what they see as the national inter- est versus the rights of indi- and came down against the individuals. Ehrlichman one of those I'm hardly in a position to be objective Ehrlichman said at the out- set that he would not discuss matters raised by the Ennn although he violat- ed his own rule a few times during the session with news- men as he reitereated things he had told the panel. Ehrlichman said he is not looking for a new job at this but has received some overtures from around the coun- try. He said he doubted he would return to service in the White House. Eskimos against oil development SPENCE NWT. Eskimos in this community of 400 are rebelling against de- velopments by oil companies in their district feel we should be boss to our says James Eetoo- chairman of the Spence Bay council. The council negotiated for four months with oil company officials and the department of Indian affairs and northern de- telling them of In- dian affairs and northern devel- telling them oil explor- ation is not wanted. But last month the crews came conducting geophysical surveys by helicop- ter. There was no blasting. Mr. Eetoolook says the ca- ribou movements have been al- tered because of the presence and activities of the oil com- pany crews Community leaders say tltey would hke to file a gal term for a declaration of in- a first step to protect land and our game They plan to consult the In- dian Brotherhood of the North- west Territories which has al- ready applied to file a caveat on square miles of re- source-rich land in the western Arctic. Spence Bay is in the eastern miles north Win- nipeg. The Spence Bay officials al- ready consulted Hie Inuit Ta- which advised the northern community that it has no legal dght to stop the exploration. The Inuit Tapinsat philoso- phy is to negotiate land claims if possible. Some northerners have ac- cused Jim the Spence Bay settlement manager and a native of Pincher of stirring up Eskimo re- sentment. Skyline change Fifteen years ago the Los Angelts skyline was a spread of squat buildings dominated by the 27-storey City Hall Because of the city had a 13 storey except for city hall. Below the height restrictions the financial district is topped by a 62 tcrey building near completion. Socreds lost .3 million VICTORIA The So- cial Credit Party and its can- didates spent million in campaign expenses while los- ing the British Columbia an official report reveals The New Democratic which formed the government after the spent 766 said a formal statement of votes issued by chief electoral officer Ken Morton. The report shows the which has 38 seats in the 55- seat won the elec- tion with or 39 69 per cent of the popular vote The ousted Social Credit Party picked up 352 776 votes or 3116 per cent of the popular 1 for 10 seats 1 The who spent I 834 dunng the took or 16 40 per cent of the popular vote. 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