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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 518 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Juno 16, 1970 U Of S Oi'fci-s Course For Bachelor's SASKATOON (CP) A bachelor's survival course will be offered at (he Uni-v e r s U y of Saskatchewan tills summer. The course, basically home economics for men, is part of a student-organized n o n -c r c d it program designed to help provide summer employment for is students on the campus. Student Union President Dave Erickson, who announced the special program M o n d a y, said 12 courses would be offered, including ones on karate, textile design and a study of peels and songwriters of the Closely LONDON (AP) A 30-year-old seaman was charged today with entering 10 Downing St., official residence of British prime ministers, with intent to steal. He was identified in Guarded as Dietrich Weiclemann of no fixed address. His nationality was not disclosed. Scotland Yard was reported to bs checking his background with Intcrpol, Ihe international police With 10 Down Details of the break-in Friday have been kept secret. Tlie intruder was discovered by the cleaning staff. "Nothing appeared to have been or a police spokesman ing St. The intruder, described as about 35, who helped himself to cigars and liquor, was found asleep in an arm chair in the cabinet room. He evaded guards and alarm systems and is (nought to have entered the house, which contains secret documents, by climbing into the garden and through a window. The man is believed to havo arrived in London by air from. Frankfurt last week. Prime Minister Wilson is reported furious at the security breach. LONDON (AP) The current sport in Britain is a rarity in these parts. It's called brow-mopping. One case of sunstroke has been officially reported. Britain has been gripped in a heat wave which is pleasant lor life on the beaches but now is taking on serious proportions. Most farming areas Hit seen a drop of rain for 28 days. The weather experts say the high pressure area which stretches ah1 the way from Scandinavia to Scotland will last another week. Temperatures have been up in the 70s and 80s, higher than usual in Britain. Grass crops which bring good money are Britain under the boiling sun and brush fires present a hazard. Milk processors say thousands of gallons are being rejected almost daily because the milk is turning sour. In central England a strawberry crop is in danger and the area which normally yields seven tons of berries an acre is down to two DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 FASTEST WAY On a good (lay Pony Express riders covered about 250 SHOPPERS' WORLD COUEGE MALL WASH DAY PRECAUTION In a scene reminiscent of frontier times, Mrs. Kevin Scanion of Thornton, Ont., near Barrie, hangs out washing with a loaded rifle close by her side. She is just one of many frightened housewives in the rural area who are fak- ing precautions since the murder of two women last month. WASHINGTON (AP) Vice- President Spiro T. Agnew said today telling both sides of a story is "something that has gone out of vogue in some of the major news organizations of America." "The price for not presenting both sides of a story is loss of credibility as a public institu- Agnew said. "It is a heavy price to pay for a fleeting exercise in power or influence." The vice-president com- mented in remarks to a meeting of the International Federation of Newspaper Publishers. Unlike earlier attacks on the press, Agnew omitted mention in his prepared text of any spe- cific newspaper or broadcast station or network. He did, however, make pass- ing reference to those attacks. "My differences with some of the news media have come not over their right, to criticize gov- ernment or public officials, but my right to criticize them when I think they have been exces- sive or irresponsible in then- he said. COVERAGE SCANTED Agnew said he finds it ex- tremely frustrating "that only one side of the Vietnam war is being told by some of our most influential newspapers and tele- vision networks and that, over- all, their coverage comes off slanted against American in- volvement in that war without any attempt to balance." "We see paraded daily all of the reasons we should not be in- volved and none that we should. "We read of the alleged American atrocities of civilians in a hamilet called My Lai but j virtually nothing of the even j more atrocious slaughter of Vi- etnamese civilians in the major city of Hue by the terroist in- vader." Agnew said newspapers and television are giving Americans horrified accounts of how the United States has equipped South Vietnamese soldiers to fight in Cambodia. But, he said, "there is vir- tually ro mention of whom they are the Rus- sian-equipped North Vietnamese who have invaded that country by the thousands as they did South Vietnam and Laos." WITH GREAT BUYS COIF BALLS TAMBLYN PKG. OF 3 SPECIAL! JACK NICKLAUS GOLF BALL RETRIEVER 2.88 JACK NICKUUS SCORE CARD HOLDER AND SPECIAL ACCESSORY RACK 1.25 IDEAL TRAVEL COMPANION FOR DAD. GENUINE! LEATHER UTILITY KIT 3.88 OUTSTANDING OFFER! SUNBEAM SHAVEMASTER SHAVER MODEL G9 SPECIAL! 15.95 EXPENSIVE RIDE One half ounce of mail sent by Pony Express cost the send- er ?5. Effective June 15th AS AN ADDED CONVENIENCE TO ALL LETH8RIDGE HERALD SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS THE HERALD'S SWITCHBOARD EXCHANGE WILL REitiAIN OPEN UMTIL PJH WEEKDAYS MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS 1 1 PJL SATURDAY For Classified and Display Adverfising and Circulation Enquiries, Please Call 328-4411 (Connecting All Herald Departments) HERALD OFFICE CLOSING HOURS REMAIN UNCHANGED AT 5 P.M. WEEKDAYS AND 12 NOON SATURDAYS The LethMdge Herald ICHiATIC RAZOR 19 J "PECIAL! FOR ALIVE HEALTHY HAIR SCORE HAIR GROOM oz. Tube SPECIAL! I Aix Factor creates f: rew shimmer for the Look Make-up WITRALUCENT SHIMMERING _ WHISPER TINT f YARDLEY ORIGINAL AFTER SHAVE LOTION 2.25 WIN A BAREFOOT ADVENTURE FOR 2 OLD SPICE AFTER SHAVE LOTION SPECIAL! KILLS MILLIONS OF GERMS IN MINUTES ORAL ANTISEPTIC "ill. lilllf stick gives you marvelously moist semi inter natural eoverago vith just a touch of dolicale, luminous glow that sayt your skin was 3. reborn yesterday. 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