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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 TH! innSRIOGt iitRAltl lliunilriy, Mir; t, 1973 West briefs '5 ici1) Birtie, Man. couple who bought a wooden trunk [or ?5 mid then found inside, arc asking the Court of Queen's Bench lo give them the money. Mr. and Mrs. William Solo- mon Ballanlyre have filed for possession of the money, nam- ing as defendant Winnipeg law- yer Harry Walsh, administra- tor o! the estate ot Daniel Fin- ucane, believed to be the for- mer owner of the trunk. Mrs. Ballantyne purchased the trunk at a welfare bureau sale but the money was not dis- covered unlil several days later when the couple opened it to begin packing for a move from Winnipeg to Birtle. REGfNA (CPI -An applica- tion to ban the benchers of the Law Society of Saskatchewan reverse an order to one of its members to stop his daily radio program was dismissed in Court of Queen's Bench. Mr. Justice F. W. Johnson, in dismissuig the application by lawyer Tony Merchant, said the actions of the benchers were in accordance with the Legal Pro- fession Act. inside truiife I SASKATOON (CP> I I'liivcrsily of Saskatchewan an- nounced Jtcrc lli.il honorary doc- lo'.-alc degrees in law will he conferred May 2S and .10 on Canadian actress Frances Ily- land of Toronto, artist Ernest Under ot Saskatoon, and busi- nessman Allan Tuhhy of Saska- toon. Miss Ilyland, horn nl Shauna- von, Sask., has starred in roles in London, on Broadway nnd at the Stratford Shakespearean Festival. REGINA (CP) A decision concerning the location of a proposed Romanian tractor as- sembly plant be made fol- lowing government discussions witJi Romanian officials, Indus- try Minister Kim Thorson said in an interview. Saskatoon and Moose Jaw are in competition for the plant with the Romanians favoring Saskatoon and the government favoring Moose .Tnw. Fatally hurt j CALGARY (CP) Mary Haworth, 47, of Hanna, died in hospital yesterday from in- juries she suffered in a two-car collision Tuesday near Drum- hcllcr. PRODUCTION S, ROCK ORCHESTRA, Y AND COSTUMES. U.S.A. TOUF INCLUDING SOLOIST! SPECIAL LIGHTING JESUS SUP! f Sunday Slay 7th TAR 2 Shows at Lethbridge TICKETS Available at and 7 p.m. on Pavilion nn.S4.50 MUSIC LTD. Centre may close CALGARY (CPI The Cal- gary Indian Friendship Centre will have to close for a two- month period this summer un- less it receives from the city, president Roy Nagle Bald Wednesday. He told a news conference the centre has enough money for May, but il the city doesn't come through "we will have to close our doors until August." The centre expects its an- nual grant in August from the federal and provincial govern- ments, which totals for the year. Last year, the city do- nated The request for funds has been submitted to the city's fi- nanco committee and is on the agenda Tuesday. Snowmobiles also menace lo planes OTTAWA (CP) Snowmo- liik'K, criticised by some as a miMiacr lo human iife and to the environment, also may be a menace to airplanes. The transport depaiiment plajis to draw up regulations "for the purpose of limiting electromagnetic radiation from snowmobiles in order to prevent interference with air navigation electronic equipment, which in- terference may otherwise allect the safety of aircraft." The official notice published in the Canada Gazette says snowmobile manufacturers and other interested parties may make representations to the transport department before June 15. J. P. Vaillancourt, assistant director of the department's traffic salety branch, said in an interview Wednesday he does not expect the regulations will require expensive modifications to snowmobiles. The modifications could in some cases involve a simple shield around the v e h i c 1 e 's spark plug to stop electromag- netic emissions caused by the continuous sparks electricity. Mr. VaUlancourt said the de- partment had received com- plaints about snowmobiles inter- fering with airport navigation equipment. V Idol of teeny-boppers JOE JACKSON HOLLYWOOD (AP) Thir- teen-year-old Joe Jackson, lead ginger of the Jackson Five brothers who have sold 17 mil- lion single records, is described by his recording lown the first sing- ing Idol for black teeny-boppers. Michael, four feet 11 and 110 pounds, says such prominence makes him feel "good." He and liis brothers in two years have become Motown Records' hot- test-selling group. They've had three al- bums. Michael's recently released album of his own, Got lo Be There, had advance orders for copies. Two singles from it, the title song and Rockin' Robin, have sold nearly lour million copies. The album's songs Include Girl, Don't Take Your Love From Me and Maria- You Were TUB Only One. Does Michael have a girl-friend? he grins, "too The Jackson Five include Jackie, 20, Tito, 17, Jermaine, 1C, Marlon, 14 and Michael. Their father, Joe Jackson, was n steel mill crane operator in Gary, Ind., and off-hours guitar- ist and songwriter. Their mother, Katherine, sang coun- hot singer try western. Diana Ross saw Japanese group continues lour i I LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! OTTAWA (CP) A 17-mem- ber delegation of Japanese busi- nessmen had lunch with Indus- try Minister Jean Luc Pepin and Resources Minister Donald Macdonald today as they cont-i- 4 Taste of school TABER (HNS) All begin- ners entering Taber public schools next September nUI get a taste of school by attend- ing for a few days in June. Decision of teachers and their principals made recently was for the purpose of orient- ing the new scholars to a school situation and to take a school readiness test. September beginners musl have been at least five years old before last March 1. Birth certificates may be required as proof of age. No exceptions will be allowed. Join in the Fun and the Savings during our ued a 19 day tour of Canada. Visiting major cities across the country, the group is seek- ing manufactured goods for tha Japanese market. In the past, most Canadian exports to Japan have been raw materials. The delegation, which arrived in Vancouver April 30, will re port back to Ottawa May 17 be- fore moving west again to Van- couver. The group represents the Ma- rubeni Corp. of Japan, a major trading company. Canadian officials said firm orders might be placed during the tour, although the primary lurpose is to explore future rade possibllities. the brothers perform nt a talent show in Gary, fold (hem their act was great and took them to Motown Records. The family, including thrco sisters and another lirnther, now lives in n magnificent home In the San Fernando Valley suburb of Encino. BOYS IJO CHORES All of the brothers do chores dish-washing and making their own beds. Michael dusls the living room daily. His allowance of a week goes, he said, for "art supplies and sometimes bubble gum." Jackson, who manages his sons' group, said their earnings are going into trust funds. Mi- chael plans to study art and business administration in col- lege. He shares a two-bed room with liis brother Marlon. A sign placed by their mollier reads "Keep America Clean Up Your Room." The sack of fan mail was behind a door. Marlon's caged mynah bird is on a dresser and a caged black rabbit is in the dressing room. Michael brought in Jcrmaine's Ihree-fooi, pet hna constrictor and handled it (earlessiy, drap- ing it about his neck. "He's a good hlj mother said, "except for practi- cal jokes. Like scaring peopla with the snake." MIXED POPULATION Malaysia's 10.4-million popu- ation includes 46.8 per cent Ma- ays, 34.1 per cent Chinese, nine ier cent Indian or Pakistani and the rest of other origins. JAPANESE MOVIES Titles: BAKU, MATFU, PLUS A COMEDY FEATURE PARAMOUNT CINEMA SUNDAY, MAY 7-2 P.M. TAKE A TRIP IN A AS LOW AS OR TAKE A TRIP IN A Standard equipment includes radials, AM-FM radio, power disc brakes, rear window defog- ger, full wheel discs, 2000 cc engine. OR IOOK OVER A Rugged Haref working The Vind of machine you can work all week, wash on Satur- day, and driva lo church on Sunday. TOYOTA TRAi'EL CE COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3165 LETHBRIDGE MARQUIS HOTEL (BEVERAGE ROOM PRESENTS) 'WATERLOO' Thursday, Friday and Saturday 3 young versatile musician! with music for all agoi (NO HARD ROCK) The World Famous 3 Ring Circus COMING! May 31st and June 1st LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GRANDSTAND AFTERNOONS P.M. EVENINGS P.M. Look Over What's New For Travel "72" SEE THE BRAND NEW Standard equipment 3 ipand automatic franimjision, power steering and brakci, heavy duly healer and demand water lyttoin, luxurious oak panelling nnd ilcepi 6. SEE ALSO THE NEW FOR '72 Standard equipment Includt! 3 ipesd oulomalic transmission, steering and braksi, hcqvy duly healer ond dgfroiicri, demand water system, luxurious Oak ponollina nnd sleeps 6. See Also Our Complete Line of 1972 Trailers and Campers FRIDAY and SATURDAY AT THE MINERS 733-1311i ST. N. MEMBERS AND GUESTS JACKAIL JACKS Full 4 Ion lifting capacity complete with lop piece and wim 17' Available at your SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP 1221 2nd Avc. i. LETHBRIDGE A lighf, bright presentation thot (he young people will really enjoy The Playgoers of Lethbridge Annual Spring William Shakespeare's 'Midsummer Nights Dream' YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE May llth-12th-13th 8 p.m. Admission Adults Ticked ol leisler'i Cast includes Frank Jack Wai-burton, loll Dongwarlh, Bill Malheson, as well as many young and new upcoming acton. Great Having a great lime? Celebrate with a great wine. Like Mauna Kai. It's an inspired blending of light grape wine with exciting tropical fruit flavours. Serve well chilled. It's so versatile that anytime's a great time for... Castle Wines Limited. ;