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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-16,Lethbridge, Alberta » —WtdiwWtay. JMMMry 16, 1974 Bond Street MEN'S FASHIONS FINAL 3 DAYS dour January Clearance All New Stock From Our September Stock GoaitSiitcfieilof SUITS ind SPORT JACKETS V3 OFF Seleetlont of MEN’S TIES regular values to 7.50 only ............... Seieetion of SHIRTS milirnlMilit3.00iii SWEATERS ragMlw vuIwm to 90.00 ’/2 PRICE Bond Street MEN'S FASHIONS C«ll«g* M«H PhOM 32f.3411 CM \WiV\ AHeraMMit tiitra Search launched for 4ost world^ CARACAS (Reuter) - A team of 14 explorers left .Caracas Tuesday to search for a “lost world” at the bottom of two gigantic holes in the Venezuelan jungle. The scientists believe plant life in the pits—and perhaps even some species of animals— have not changed since the dawn of time. The holes, about 1,000 feet deep, are in Bolivar state near Venezuela's border with Brazil. They can be seen from the air south of Caracas, surrounded by jungle foliage, their almost sheer slopes covered all the way to the bottoms with dense undergrowth. Scientists believe the craters, about one mile apart and perhaps connected by a tunnel, may harbor flora and fauna long extinct on the surface of the earth. One of the explorers is an English climber. David Nott, 45, of Liverpool, He is a veteran of expeditions to the South American Andes. Nott and a Venezuelan colleague, Charles Brewer Carlas, are to spend five days exploring the bottoms of the craters. The rest of the team—including another Briton, orchid specialist Dr. G. Dunsterville, and American botanist Dr. Julian Steyermark-wili investigate the surrounding plateau. Ehrlichman tries to re-establish law practice SEATTLE (AP) - John Eh-rlichman, whose friends have started a trust fund to help pay for his legal expenses, is struggling to re-establish himself with a law practice specializing in environmental affairs. Ehrlichman resigned as chief domestic adviser to President Nbcon last apring, following the Watergate scandals. In addition to Us law practice in the environmental field, Ehrlichman has created a four-person Land Use Group designed to deal with environmental concerns. Ehrlichman said the ^up is not a law firm and be is the only lawyer in the group. "It is for purely educational purposes,” he said. Ehrlichman talked about his current activities and the dozen legal actions pending against him during a two^hour interview. He said that “knowing what I know about the facts” of the charges against him, “I think I’ve got a good reason to be optimistic.” subsequent four-year White House bitch. Asked if he thinks the administration can recover, he said a Nixon recovery can be prevented “from happening by maladroitness, so to speak." “But I’m witling to assume that the people in the White House have learned a great deal over the last year and that they can avoid some of the pitfalls." Agnew^s troubles pile up Former vice-president Spiro Agnew, accompanied by a Secret Service agent, leaves his Washington office. Earlier, a three-judge panel in Annapolis recommended that Agnew be disbarred from the practice of law in Maryland. Agnew’s lawyers said they will launch an appeal. Pollution killing fish EDMONTON (CP) - The provincial environment department says the City of Edmonton is violating the federal Fisheries Act by dumping material into the North Saskatchewan River that is harmful to fish. An analysis of effluent from the city’s main sewage treatment plant shows that an in-diluated concentration of the wastes killed an entire batch of rainbow trout within 24 hours, a report says. Section 33 of the Firi>eries Act makes it an offence to dump anything into waters frequented by fish that migjit be harmful to them. Suspect pleads guilty CALGARY (CP) - Mark Matthew Geddes, 17, of Calgary pleaded guilty Tuesday in provincial court to escaping custody from Calga^ Correctional Institute in August. He was remanded to Jan. 22 on the escape charge and on four counts of robbery. Geddes elected trial by judge without a jury on all four robbery charges. He is accused of an attempted robbery of a Calgary bank and robbery of another Jan. 3 as well as the robbery of a city bank Jan. 7. He also is charged with the robbery of a Calgary trust company Dec. 24. Stewing ittf CROSS RIB ROAST    i49 Canada Grade A Beef No. 1 ................... lb. X C anada Gi^ds A JOHN D. EHRLICHMAN Ehrlichman would not discuss his legal expenses but said in answer to a question: “tliere’s a trust fund that has been created. Some people have come forward in order to help out. Up to this point, there has been no active solicitation, but there have been some voluntary contributions.” He (aces 10 civil suits, as well as criminal charges in Los Angeles in connection with the lOTl burglary of the office of Daniel Ellsberg’s psychiatrist. And there remains the potential for criminal charges stemming from Watergate-related investigations in Washington, DC. DENIES REPORT Ehrlichman would not say what he and special Watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworshi discussed in Washington last week. But he labelled as untrue a Los Angeles Times story that said he was offered a deal in return [or cooperation in Watergate prosecutions.    , Ehrlichman said he sUll expects the White House tapes, which he stressed he has not heard, will vindicate him of charges in the Ellsberg case. Ehrlichman, 48, lived here before joining the Nixon campaign in IM and serving a OFFERS MORE OIL LONDON (AP) - Saudi Arabia, the Middle East’s largest oil producer, has told oil companies operatina there to make more fuel available to Briuin and other friendly countries, industrial sources disclosed Tuesday. Esso, one of the lariest exporters of Saudi Arabian oil, confirmed that fresh supplies were being shipf^ to Britain. ']We do mH know how much is invoti'ed,” an Es«^ spokesman said. DAixymmx IWi Whiz KRAFT    A A PAST. PROC.    MVr 16 OZ. NT.WT... VV VcMCIutsc lunihem Pcachcs Tun A HOUDAY IE OZ.NT.WT.. . HEINZ 20 FL.02. GL.EN VALLEY 14 FL-OZ.TINS.. & CHEESE KRAFT DINNER 73i OZ.NT.WT. . . TOP-VALU halves 28 FL.OZ.TINS.. TOP-VALU FljSiKED 6 OZ.NT.WT.. . KRAFT PAST. PROC. 1 LB. NT.WT. BLUE RIBBON REGULAR GRIND LB. PACKAGE.. . OR TOMATO CLARKS 10 FL.OZ.TINS. LB. NT.WT. BONNY BROOK 2 LB.NT.WT. . , Orandi Juke TOP-VALU Coficentr-ated 12 FL.OZ. . . 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