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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE lETHBRIDOC HERALD Wednesday, May 24, 1972 Oddities in -.lilhw.t iv-i-ru- of small cullwl I'ri- pj.i-.-i il'r, Ml l'av, lias a vcar-okl :-.i.v- ho ii strong i'lii'tiei I" marry limes. impm'tanl tiling is In liu' hut well." saitl in nn "I have known many men who lived up to a mil P.ut I hey (lid not live. They violated." Oil said lie lakes imc-hc'iir Mi-nils every day, pals rav. and (Hh '-'pi in- klvil villi Irnum juice and ,ir- ik-lioki- Ho lakes lumi'V, lie drinks a ID; of co- and smokes IniL iie nruT lunches i-.i-d In his u'i'.'r "Some ri.KVKL.AMl. Oliin I.M'l Vim Mm ask in (Irirbml IralfiL1 rourl -.jusl a-i. liavul ki. rou'ski ;.s snipped by police Kalnrd.-iy (jivcii a lickel for driving his ininorey- clc iiillunil n? rc- cily law. IVIien (Islrowski appeared in ruiirl Monday, .Indpe Kicli- nrd fined him and court costs. Bui Usirowski vasn'l satisfied and asked Ihc juilLje. don'l you make M.-ilia complied and Os- (rouski conlinned liis liradc until his fine had soared In Moo anil cmul cosls. Maim Iliwi lacked on ;i 10-il.iy jail seiiiencc of CMrows- ki's cnntinual about abusive police and lack ol justice in the Oslro' then told Matia: not make it no The judge complied, War threat seems long way off in Middle East Tin- wrilrr "f HITS ilisnalcli is Al1 eliicf of liiii-ciiii in Is- nirl. He Inis just cinnplrlcil a MI in.1! Ihr .llulrlln Ivisl In lake ii MMik ill till' Anil) tajiilals By HAL McCUT.r, CAIRO (AP) Snrinp; fever is niling UK- Middle Kfisl. The (Jircat of war seems a long Kay off. The iMidcaslerner sees not (he posturing of politicians Irat only Ihc trees and flowers buckling under soft spring skies. lie hears not Ihc oil-empty uords of his leaders but only Hie sweet song of winginE birds. He feels not the usual swift anger reserved for his enemy, tail only a blissful lassitude. In Damascus, shoppers hap- pily jam Ihe world's oldest su- permarkel, Ihc Grand Bazaar, j or lazily sip black Turkish cof- i Ice under flaming jaearanuas. Jerusaloni's lush hills echo to I laughing picnickers on family i outings while other Israelis Blither noisily around soccer pitches as Ihe nalioinl pa.slime gains seasonal momentum. On Bcii'iil's colorful Corniohe tlie impalient Lebanese molor-, sloiml lo biimpcr-to-bumpcr inches past packed I) c a c Ii e s where scantily-clad the ubiquiloiw girl away Hie after- noon. In Cairn young couples, trendy in Ihcir minis and llow- er-prinl sliirls, stroll aimlessly along Africa's, mother of rivers, the Kile, or join excited (jueues al the movie theatres. "Don't confuse relaxation with advised a journalist on one of Cairo's larg- est dailies. Ho added: "Nothing or no one has made the Israelis leave cap- lured Arab lands. "We have a stalemate and that's the real Middle East trag- edy." Thanhs lo computer Well-informed Olympics Dy KLAUS JONAS MUNICH (Renter) Or- ganizers of Ihe 1972 Olympic I Games will have at their fin- gertips Olympic data going back to to a so- phisticated computer system that has prompted some peo- ple to dub the Munich Games the "computer Olympics." Within seconds, the comput- ers can relrievc background information ranging from win- ners at Ihe 1896 Olympics lo the sex of the children of the alhletes competing (his year. The computer brain behind Ihe scenes, named Golymn, will disseminate dala to 72 electronic information outlets in Munich, Augsburg and Kiel sites of Ihe 1972 Games, which slart Aug. 26. A West German elccironics firm, entrusted with develop- ing an "efficient system of dala processing" for Ihe Games, pul together a group of engineers, organizers, pro- grammers and technicians to cope with what proved lo be a monumental task. This group, consisting of Germans, Australians, Bul- g a r i a n s, Chinese, Britons, French, Greeks, Indians, Yu- goslavs, Italians, Spaniards, Swiss and Hungar- ians, soon grew lo 200 and is expected lo swell lo 501) before Ihe Games gel under way. What they produced is claimed lo be Ihc most com- plex electronic system ever introduced into international sporls. Perlormanres will lie mea- sured fully automatically, and relayed Ihrough 200 strategi- cally located leleprinlcrs lo Hie computer system in the main Munich Olympic stad- ium. These thousands of ilems of informalion will be sorted, compared, tabulated and ed- ited by three computers su- pervised by 300 hostesses. The dala will then be al Ihe dis- posal of reporters and organ- izers. The extent of compulcriza- lion of (he Games has raised Hie question here whether the grcal Ihinst of technology will not divert attention from Ihe m a i n ath- letes. Olympic organizers say they are not worried. No amount of computer brain can outshine human contests in the sladium, I hey fay. Human decision-making will A Es Portable 20" Fan Limit 1 per customer! 50 FANS ONLY AT THIS LOW PRICE Beat the heat this summer with this powerful yet portable 20' fan. Has two speeds: High for fast daytime cooling ('changes (he air in the avercige house in 3 min- utes or Low for whisper- quiet nighttime breezes. This 3- bladed fan features safety plas- tic grilles front and back; enam- eled steel housing, Size 22V'4 x x deep. Comes in fash- ionable avocado colour. Small Applitincni '.TORE HDIlnS: Opi-n Ddily 9 tun. lo 'j 30 pin. Tiimuliiy nn'l Fjiclny 9, lo 9 p.m. Village. Tdrphono 3JB-9231 also be an important element. All resulls must first be con- firmed by time keepers and referees before they arc dig- ested by the computer. With one billion people ex- pected to watch the games on television armmd the world, engineers have built a TV centre capable of beaming 13 c o 1 or programs simultane- ously. As many as 60 commentar- ies can be switched into the programs. Reporters from 60 national television networks and technicians are expected to make use of the Olympics te- lecommunications system. Bui a visitor to Middle East capitals finds it difficult lo un- derstand what all Hit lalk of is about. Cairo's lights burn brightly at night and its night life is bois- terous. Hotels are packed, casi- nos filled with foreign gamblers. Indeed, Egypt is enjoying its biggest lourism boom since Ihe 1967 Middle Easl war. An esli- maled visitors arrived in 1971 nnd a half-million are ex- pected this year. What has brought porary thought it might the usually roiled Middle Easl? The decline of the Palestinian guerrilla movement, which Ihrough its espousal of violence helped raise regional tensions, may have helppd. Tough-looking commandos in their tiger suits are a rare sight on Middle East streets nowadays. Jordan King Hussein's plan lo lorm a federated united king- dom straddling the River Jor- dan appears lo be gaining mo- menlum despite objections from the Arabs and Israelis, Indications in Amman point toward a widening of Ihe "open bridges" policy lo permil an in- crease of goods and people across the Jordan. Olyslager named acting mayor By VERN DECOUX CroH-snesl Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE Gay Uglem. professional skater from Medi- cine Hat, has been hired as skating instuctor for the Crows- nesl Pass Figure Slialing Club. Miss Uglem has taken instruc- tion at Medicine Hal, Leth- bridge, Calgary and at the Banff School of Fine Arts and comes well-qualified for her duties. New officer heading the club for next term are president, Mrs. Louise Batke; vice-presi- dent, Mrs. Susan Wakaluk; sec- retary, Colecn Wilson and trea- surer Mrs. Pauline Kosegi. A group of committees will be organized in the fall when skat- ing begins. A tolal of 587 was realized from the April bake sale and all who donaled and patronized the evenl have been lhanked by the club. 3 PAINTINGS STOLEN PARIS (AP) Burglars slole a Renoir portrait of composer Richard Wagner and two Dela- croix portrays from Ihe mu- seum-library ot Hie Paris Opera during the night, security men discovered '-'i'.'iiy. The Renoir alone is valued at L.. Subscribes to The LctKbtidgc Herald And THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD'S CHINOOK (Guaranteed Largest Rural Circulation in Southern Alberta) But then not everyone comes in ont of the rain, either! Subscribe to The Lethbridge Herald Today! The Chinook is part of The Lethbridge Herald, published every two weeks! The Lethbridge Herald Subscription Rates: 3-MONTH SUBSCRIPTION 6-MONTH SUBSCRIPTION 12-MONTH SUBSCRIPTION (WAILFD WITHIN 300 MILE RADIUS) The Letkbridge Herald CUP AND MAIL P.O. 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