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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Love-hate attitude toward CBC VANCUVER (CP) Kaiser Resources Ltd. Wednesday an- nounced the appointment of King on tour ENTEBBE, Uganda (AP) King Faisal of Saudi Arabia has begun a three-day stole visit to Uganda, his first to the African state. He was met by President Idi Amin, with whom Faisal is to have two rounds of talks. Saudi Arabia recently agreed to loan Uganda million for development. Robert MacPhail as general manager, to be based In Spar- wood in southeastern British Columbia, near the company's extensive coal mines. He replaces Harry Conger, 42, who goes to a job in Ohio with Hanna Mining Co., a sub- sidiary of Consolidated Coal Co. after two years at Kaiser. Raised in Ontario, Mr. Mac- Phail has worked at Kaiser for 18 years. He was general manager of a Kaiser factory in Brazil before going to Spar- The new maintenance super- wood in August this year as visor in Spanvood Is Darryl superintendent of maintenance.' Bodie. "ROBERTS and AKAI' Proffllional Recorders and Stereo Component! Available at JACK'S RADIO T.V. SALES SERVICE 102 I3lb Si. N. Phone 327-4979 ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES lOrh GAME JACKPOT IN 57 NOS. IN SB NOS. IN 59 NOS. If no Bingo called after 59 number! we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 52 NOS. NO ONI UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS ond INVITED GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURS. NOV. 16 METROS FRI. NOV. 17 METROS SAT. NOV. 18 ALBERTA RANCH BOYS SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disneys "BEDKNOBS AND BROOMSTICKS" In Technicolor. Starring Angela Lansbury, David Tomlinson and Roddy McDowall. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November J6, 17 and 18. Thursday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Walt Disney's "NOW YOU SEE HIM, NOW YOU DON'T In Technicolor. Starring Kurt Russell, Cesar Romero and Joe Flynn. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 1C, 17 and 18. Thursday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "BEDKNOBS AND BROOMSTICKS" In Technicolor. Starring David Tomlmson, Lansbury and Roddy McDowall. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 16, 17 and 18. Thursday show al p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "DUCK YOU SUCKER" or "FISTFUL OF DYNAMITE" In color. Starring Rod Steiger and James Coburn. Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday, November 16, 17 and 18. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. are you I You've always want- ed To get out more, to be an outgoing fun-type person, with lofs of new friends. You've longed to be oble to mix easily, and be more popular, more confident socially. You'vn and wailed, but waiting didn't help but now llie waiting can be over, now you can gel out more, enjoying tho company of hundreds of people al parties, dances, oulingi and dinner Bui you must act nowM If you are single or unallached, you'll wan! to belong to our club But you must acl now don't waiil FUN, FRIENDS AND POPULARITY CAN BE YOURS ACT NOW 327-7935 ACT NOW YOU'VE WAITED LONG ENOUGH! FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL NOW TOP HAT DANCE CLUB INC. 535- 13th St. N., Lethbridga Computer snooping system rejected TORONTO (CP) The presi- dent of a Canadian computer company said Wednesday that no computerized system of per- sonal identification numbers should be instituted until it has been thoroughly investigated and debated in public. Harvey Gellman, president of DCF Systems Ltd., ad- dressing the Toronto section of the Canadian Information Proc- essing Society. He said computer specialists have advocated use of the Ca- nadian social insurance number as a "universal personal identi- fication number" and he ex- pects to see increasing pressure for adoption of such a number. Mr. Gellman said it is impor- Ipnt that no personal identi- fication number be adopted "without a full examination and public debates of its merits and potential adverse con- sequences." TIMES MAY CHANGE "Some people say that an honest person does not need to worry about a computer's abil- ity to track him, or about the existence of massive computer files containing information about him. "But who Is to say what con- stitutes honest or proper behav- ior. The things we do today may be acceptable today, but will they be in 10 or 20 years from He said many Americans were attracted to communism in the 1930s and found them- selves "blacklisted" during the cold war 20 years later. Mr. Gellman said computers have been used to track down criminals, including wife-slayer Yves Geoffroy who disappeared Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT "Fiddler on the Hoof" One Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Funny Girl" Two Complete Shows Family COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Legend of Frenchie King" Last Connlete Sliow 9-10 Adult last Christmas while on prison leave. Geoffrey's use of a credit card in Spain led to his arrest. A recent U.S. survey showed 62 per cent of those surveyed are concerned that some large organization is keeping informa- tion about millions of people. Fifty-eight per cent think com- puters will be used in the future to keep people under surveil- lance; 54 pe- cent believe com- puters are dehumanizing and 53 per cent believe computerized information might be used to destroy individual freedom. Decoration no problem OTTAWA (CP) Use of lead Christmas tree tinsel Is "not a serious problem" in Canada and the consumers' affairs de- partment does not plan action to ban the material, an official said here. James Black, head of the de- partment's hazardous products section, was commenting on re- ports that the United States food and drug administration said "not a single strand" of lead tinsel would be available in American stores this year. Most Canadian manufactur- ers use a vinyl sheet material instead of a lead base, he said. Checks with doctors had not disclosed any instances of lead poisoning from eating tinsel. Mr. Black said the depart- ment had checked into the mat- ter when the voluntary ban was brought in last year by U.S. manufacturers. Officials concluded there was "no real problem." They will be watching the situation this year and if any difficulties arise they will reconsider, he said. Thunday, November 16, 1971 THE LfTHHIDGI HERALD A FRIEND INDEED Elizabeth Under, 19, of Bramp- ton, Ont., gives horse, Duchess, a pat on nose offer sav- ing the animal from an Owen Sound, Onl., slaugter- hcuse. Miss tinder had ridden the elderly mare for eight years at a riding stable and over the years had become atlached to it. When she lerned that the horse was to be killed, she made about 100 phone calls before locating tha mare. Now after paying she has her friend home. college cinema h An, Mvyor Mag-iO. Dr., 328-6300 DEFINITELY ENDS TONIGHT ADULT ENTERTAINMENT THE LEGEND 0 KING K3SMFHEU The tot lint paramount cinema Tonight thru Sat. at ond p.m. SL fc 4ih AVI. South, 327-5100 Brought Back by Popular Request FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT NOTE 2 SHOWS DAILY at and p.m. paramount NOW SHOWING Daily at 8 p.m. Bih SL Ave. South, 3Z7-51M HURRY! ONLY 6 MORE DAYS! FAMILY MATINEE SAT. AT I P.M. Tiddler, onthegpof r STREETCARS STAY TORONTO (CP) Streetcars will continue lo operate in To- ronto, the" Toronto" Transit Com- mission says. The TTC staff was were told to look for a new vehicle to replace the present elderly fleet. Ron Waite, assist- ant general manager of opera- tions, said: "This is a very, very welcome decision." We are your Priming HEADQUARTERS for nil your WEDDING REQUIREMENTS INVITATIONS NAPKINS MATCHES PLACE CARDS THANK YOU CARDS CAKE BOXES and BAGS COASTERS Etc. FREE WEDDING GIFT included with your wedding invitation orderl Puzzled with your Wedding Plans? FREE QUESTION and ANSWER CIRCULAR Every bride wishes her wedding to be jOsl per- fect. To help you pre- pare for that won He r- ful day, wo hove com- piled a (is. of most commonly asked by the bride-to-be. The answers ora taken from authoritative sour- ces on etiquette. Tlw LethhridflC Herald PRINTING DIVISION Cor. 7th St. and Sin Ave. S. LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3203 THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in AZTEC LOUNGE PIANO and SONG STYLING by "BOBBY VAN" in Ihe CABARET 1 HULLABADIG A GO-GO THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY Everyone Admitted Free of Charge Li LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY ANYTHING GOES Members and Invited Guests! FRIDAY and SATURDAY HYWAY at the MINERS' MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY STARTS TOMORROW 20th Art (TMifor Dr, 32B-63W SEE TRINITY TEAM UP WITH HIS BROTHER TO AID A GROUP OF MORMON SETTLERS FROM BEING DRIVEN OFF THEIR LAND ADULT SHOWING AT and p.m. Joseph E.Levine Presents An Avw Embassy Film IbrenceHillit, Call Me Trinity" with ll penCer SlefaiZacalwIra DanStuiWe QaiiPedemcnte aid with ftriey Granger In Crowinott Pan Set Vern Oocoux In B.airmori Or Co I 562-2M9 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. 20 ADAMS PARK Swim (Adulls Only) (Adulls Only) 12-1 Swim 3 6 Swim 1 5 p.m. Family Hour Swim (Adults Only) p.m. FRITZ SICK ICE p.m. CIVIC Skating 1 4 5-30 Sknlo 3 5 NOTE; will bi no public skating at the Hondcnon Pork Ice Contra Friday, Novarr bar 17th, from to p.m., due lo a booking eommitmcnl. college cinema MATINEES ONLY An. Meyor Meyith DJ., 328-6300- SATURDAY SUNDAY 2 SHOWS ONE SHOW ONLY ot ond p.m.__________AT P.M._____ Special Early Morning Matinee Paramount Theatre Saturday Morning Only Doors Open 11 a.m. Shaw al a.m. Showing SATURDAY MATINEES ONLY nl ARMOND THEATRE CRANBROOK ORPHEUM THEATRE BLAIRMORE ROXY THEATRE COLEMAN ;