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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTHBRIDGE HERALD -53 FEMAIE EMPLOYMENT Tuesday, June 9, 1970 61 TEACHERS PETS AND DEATHS BRADY Charles, of Iron Springs and Lethbridge, >assed away suddenly Satur-iay, June 6, 1970 at Sundrc, Alberta, si. the age of 74. The iineral will be held Wednesday, June 10 at Mountain View Funeral Home in Olds, Alberta. 2828A TAYLOR Passed away In the city on Tuesday, June 9, 1970, Mrs. Maria Theressa Jo-banna Taylor, aged 76 years, of this city, beloved wife of 1 monams ___J IN MEMORIAMS TOTII In loving memory of a dear sister and aunt, Har-lene Toth, who passed away June 9, 1968. missed and always remembered by Den, Melba, Glen, Dean, Rhonda, Gay and Cam Kjeldgaard. Chief To Step Down Says Paper LONDON (AP) The Dally Mail says Alexel N. Kosygin will step down as Soviet premier this month, but British and oilier Western diplomats reacted to the report with reserve. One of the two deputy Kiril Mazurov, 58, or Dmitri Polyanskv, will take over from the airing 66-year-old Kosygin, the newspaper says. It bases its report on "well-authenticated reports reaching London." British government and Western embassy officials said they have had no new indications suggesting Kosygin's departure may be imminent. Tliev recalled there has been considerable speculation in and outside Moscow this year but a shakeup in the Kremlin leadership mav be on the way. This could follow elections for the Soviet parliament due Sunday. Of H'L.J, haniii DEATHS DAFOE Passed away suddenly in the city on Monday, June 8, 1970, George beloved husband of Mrs. Jean Daioe of 1122 17th St. "A" South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com-jleted. p'lowers gratefully de-jlined. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C8548 VANDER BEEK Passed away in the city on Monday, June 8, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Lambert aged 49 years, of 905 16th St. S., beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. John Vander Beek of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 2'00 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with ftev. J. Vrienct officiating. will follow in Amh-mount Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may donate to he Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Building, Lethbridge. Friends may pay their respects at ths Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. i isf j-vmcvcil 3n JI4< IN MEMORIAM TOTII In sacred memory of our dearly beloved daughter Harlene "Kjeldgaard" Toth, who passed away so suddenly June 9, 1968. We often sit and think of you and of the way you died, many times we have longed for you, many Uiues we have cried. You gave no one a last farewell, you said good-bye to none, but "God" was there beside you, as He gently whispered and Heaven's gates were open to welcome you inside. You suffered in silence when no one else knew, you never deserved what, you went through; but no earthly sorrows, worries or cares can reach our loved one resting there. If we were asked our dearest wish, with fervent lips would pray, "Oh God watch over her children three and always keep them close to thee." lovingly remembered, so sadlv missed by mom and dad Kjeldgaard, brothers Dennis and Jerry and families. Of WARNER MO. 5 nvlres application! for ths following josltlons: -.Prlnlccal! School Inlna teacher school, grad'S one to Administrative allowance, teacher. Apply to: Joseph North Superintendent of School Warner, Alberto. CHIHUAHUAS FULL main and females, filso babies. 219 3 Ave. A S. Phone 328-3423 after p.m. WILL BABYSIT PRE-SCHOOL CHILD In my home. 2901 Lake view Drive. Phonft 329-1030. FOR SALE KEESHOU-nnd Poodles, Chihuahua, For pets or show. Phone 485-6502, Vulcan. 54A. LICENCED KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks lo six years. Ptione 326-2835. CATS AND KITTENS FOR sale. Phone anytime 32B-1958. MALE DODERMAN 'Inscher. Box 447, Bow Island. 545-6545. COSTANZO'S DAY CARE CENTRE PLANNED PROGRAM ONE 10 SIX YEARS. PHONE 328-5057. THIS AD Vory small snow white Toy Poodle. Little Devil of Glendale at stud, to sfilect female only. Phono 327-9728. 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT TEACHER Lethbridge Catholic Separate 5.D, No. 9 To share teaching In a lull commercial program; Typing Shorthand Accounting Business Merchandising Data Processing Office Practice, etc. 850 students, grades eight to twelve. Please nlve details concerning experience, training, names for reference. Apply to Robert A. Kimmltt Superintendent of Schools 534 16th St. S. Lethbridge, Alta. SPRING CLEAN UP All kinds of junk hauled away. Rea Sonoble. Phone 327-26-11. FUR BEARING NCHILLAS 1J MATURE FE-male CtihchlllBi, cages and equipment. Phone 867-2255, Foremost. WILL DO PAINTING, DECORATING and' maintenance work. Phone 327-3416, anytime. WILL CUT AND WATER YOUR lawns during (tie summer months. Phone 328-4103. FOR SALE, OR TRADE lor grain. Phone 345-3962. BUSINESS In loving memory of our dad and grandpa Ray, who passed away June 9, 1869. Loving and kind in all his ways, Upright and just to ths end of his days, Sincere and kind in heart and mind, What a beautiful memory he left behind. missed by Sliirley, Johnny and Warren. EMPLOYMENT VMNTED BY RE-tlrlrig RCMP Staff Sergeant moving to Lethbridge July 1st. Entirely trust-worthy. Will accept any position of (rust such 33 security, etc. Write 1336 Second Street, Brandon, Must jell BOOMING laundry omf dry cleaning business. Located In THRIVING Calgary community. Price terms. Phone Bud Mitchell, and 369-8336. YOUNG MAN -GRADUATED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT With ADVANCE TECHNICAL TRAINING IN ELECTRONICS, RADIO, TELEVISION requires summer employment either full or part-time. Has drivers linen" WAS FINALIST IN 1970 NATIONAL SCIENCE FAIR. Phone .128-3763, after 5 p.m. Mr. Charles Lewis Taylor. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C8550 MIKLA Passed away in Winnipeg on Tuesday, June 2, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Joseph, aged 45 years, of Winnipeg and formerly of Lethbridge, husband of Mrs. Ann Mikla. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday at a.m. in St. Baisl's Catholic Church, with1 Rev. Father G. Marten celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their1 respects at the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd. Directors of Funeral Service. C8549 ONSTAD Monday, June 3, 1970, Raymond Arthur (Ray) beloved husband of Mrs. Lilian Onstad, Vulcan. Born at Rugby, North Dakota, came to Glei-chen, 1920, Vulcan district in 1927. Has owned and operated the comer store at Vulcan since 1940. Besides his wife he is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Florence Gerard and Mrs. Eleanor Everson, both of Seattle and Mrs. Anita Pauche, Vancouver; one brother, Ted Onstad, Seattle; several nieces and nephews. Services at the Vulcan United Church, Wednesday at p.m., Canon Ted Weare officiating, assisted by Rev. W. Dormer. Vulcan Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements. C8545 MAHIEUX George, of Blairmore, beloved husband oi Carol Mahieux (Wenger) of Blairmore, passed away at St. Michael's Hospital, Lethbridge, June 8, 1970, at age 42 years. He was born in Frank, Alberta, August 31, 1927 and at the time of his death was employed at the Summit Lime Works. He married Carol Wenger in Blair-more, December 1953. Besides his wife' Carol, he is survived by two sons, Joey and Hae and one daughter1 Annette and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mahieux, all of Blairmore. Prayers will be said in St. Anne's Catholic Church, Blair-more, p.m. Wednesday, June 10. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Anne's Church at a.m. Thursday, June 11. Interment, Blairmore Catholic Cemetery. Fantin Chapels Ltd., is hi charge. C85SOA McKIVER Thomas George, passed away in Red Deer on Monday, June 8, 1970, in his 97th year. Mr. McKiver was born in Bleinheim, Ont. on July 19, io73; was of Scottish descent and was the survivor of the fourteen children born to John and Mary McKiver. In 1883 the family moved to Gro-ton, South Dakota. He resided there and at Aberdeen, South Dakota until 1928, when they moved back to Canada, settling in the Spring Coulee area. Following 1940, he resided shortly at Burmis and Cowley and then moved to Fort Macleod in 1942, wrhere they lived until the death of his wife in May 1962. Most of the remainder of his life was spent with his daughters at Lethbridge, Cardston and Rocky Mountain House. The last year was spent in the La-combe Nursing Home and the Red Deer Hospital. Mr. McKiver and his wife, Cynthia Eliza Rowe, whom lie married at Groton, celebrated their Golden Wedding on November 23, 1954. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jerry (Lois) Lambe of Rocky Mountain House, and Mrs. Edgar (Margaret) Mars-den of Lelhbridge. A daughter, Mrs. Harold (Eunice) Anderson of Spring Coulee predeceased him in June 1937. He is also survived by seven grandchildren and twenty-one greatgrandchildren. Funeral services will be held in the Chris-tenscn Chapel on Thursday, Juno 11, 1970 at 2 p.m. with Jack Price officiating. Interment will follow in the Arch-mount Memorial Gardens. Christcnsen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. station for lease by major oil company in the City of Lethbridge. For full particulars write Box 37, Herald. EDUCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. Canada'? leadina school. National College, 42-1 6fh Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alta Phona 269-3322. C7632-tfh 63 MUSIC 56 FARM HELP OF THANKS HANN Our thanks to all our friends, neighbours and the men of the Nobleford Fire Dsparfment who helped us fight the fire on our farm; and to all the ladies who BEET WORKER WANTED. PHONE J45-J20I or Mo Sunday calls, 3761 TUITION ON GUITAR Fred Kane. Phona 327-8697. WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd [obs. Phone 327-6B3J. Streisand Makes Return Visit To Ottawa OTTAWA (CP) Entertainer Barbra Streisand, a past date of Prime Minister Trtideau's, spent at least part of the weekend in Ottawa, it was learned today. The prime minister's office declined to comment, in line with policy that the prime minister's private life in his own business. Miss Streisand was last known to be in Ottawa earlier this year, attending a Manitoba centennial night at the National Arts Centre as well as ths House of Commons. EXPERIENCED SINGLE MAN WANT-ed for mixed farming. Phone 653-2142. ROOMS, CEMENT DRIVES and walks, fence repairs. Phone 345-USi. LOST AND BEET WORKERS. APPLY ONE MILE west, four miles south of Coaldale, Bill Nagy. BLACK AND WHITE PINTO mare due to foal. Reward. Phone 328 3500 or 327-3504. DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, sidewalks Prompt service. Reasonable rales. Rhone 328-7905. SINGLE OR MARRIED MAN WANTED (or dairy and general farm work Phona 327-9231. mile east and five miles north of Lelhbridge Slock PERSONAL NEED HELP? CONCERNING cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs, phone fully appreciated Corry and Melvin. EXPERIENCED DAIRY MAN. MUST be married and have own transportation. Modern hcme supplied with 'Utilities. Tiffen Dairy Farm Supplies Ltd., Box 965, Lethbridge. Phone 327-93U AND RELATED AREAS-CONTACT A.I.D. CENTRE. Phone 327 7323 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phona 327-B2BS. Govi Directory OTTAWA (CP) To the resident of, say, Richibucto, N.B., it won't seem like shattering news that his federal government has brought out a new telephone directory. But it means that if he comes to the capital there's a pretty good chance he can locate the federal official he is searching for. And that, in everyone's opinion, is an Ottawa breakthrough of monumental proportions. It's possible to pick up an existing federal directory and find that J. W. Pickersgill is the minister of transport. You have to be lucky to find a later edition showing Paul Hellyer in that office. Locating a book with the name of Don Jamieson, the current minister, in it is akin to winning the Irish Sweepstakes. That, happily, is ending. Clad in covers of shocking purple, the new computer-fed directory made its appearance Friday, assuring subscribers thai government telephone numbers should never be more than three months out of date. That's because the directory will be reissued every three months. DID WORK WELL The current a loose-leaf binder with updated information added on a monthly and quarterly basis, was intended to accomplish this, too. But it turned out that 70 per cent of the pages had to be replaced every one page at a time -and the job often wasn't done. It was complicated by tbs fact that separate English and French pages were 1 Aid For often getting in the wrong covers. The Book, complete with binder and amendments, cost a year. The new four-a-year editions will cost It's all being done by computer now, the directories are printed on a Visitors grade paper, and with English and French in the same book and entire edition is eliminated. Over-all, say officials, the cost of maintaining the government directory will drop by about a year lo ALSO HAVE VIS Interested In entertaining. Will join Or qanist, String ensemble or what have you. Write Box 43, Herald. SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 57 FEMALE HELP claiming kinship to John Mac Rae, deceased, formerly of Camrose Alberta, Lethbridge, Alberta and Scot land, please contact Public Trustee 200 Chancery Hall, Edmonton, TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations. Phone J and J. Custom Worlu-MWUO, 328-3870. EXPERIENCED WOMAN FOR LAUN-dry. E] Rancho Motor Hotel. BABYSITTER TO COME IN FIVE days a week. Rldeau Court. 323-2625 after p.m. BUILDING, CEMENT work pnd stuccoing. Anderson and Sorpnson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6482. OF PROBLEM DRINK-FR5 NEEDING. UNDERSTANDING INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE IN OUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861 LETHBRIDGE, EXPERIENCED IN SEWING DRAPES, In your own home, earn up s25 Per dav. Phone 234-3581 Fort Macleod after 5 p.m. HAVE A BACKHOE TO DIG: Driveways, basements, move trees will pave driveways. We also hau qravel and top soil. Phone 327-1413 Before S p.m., 327-3347 TELEPHONE SURVEYORS NEEDED to work In Vulcan, Cardston or ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-3049 or 32B-3246, alter CLERK TYPIST Required Experience preferred. Phone May Future M By HOWARD BENEDICT AP Aerospace Writer CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) The short circuit that nearly caused the deaths of the three Apollo 13 astronauts also may put a crimp on the United States space agency's plans to explore the moon. The accident that exploded an oxygen tank miles from earth already has delayed the Apollo 14 flights two months, possibly longer. It threatens additional stretchout in the Apollo program, with a chance that or three mocm landing missions might he cancelled. Mishaps have occurred in flight before, fortunately without American But three astronauts died m launch pad fire. However, none of the previous incidents caused the searching reappraisal of the U.S. space program that has resulted from Apollo 13. The earlier accidents occurred before Americans landed on the moon. There was a goal to be met, and the space agency with the backing of Congress and the public, pressed ahead. More than was spent to redesign the Apollo spaceship after three Apollo 1 astronauts died in a flash fire during a routine launch pad test in January, 1967. There was a delav of 21 months in Apollo flights, but the effort paid off with six nearly flawless missions culminating with the Apollo 11 and 12 moon landings last year. Apollo 13 ended the string when its service module oxygen tanks erupted and astronauts James A. Lovell, Fred W. Haise and John L. Swigurt had to fight for survival for four days before returning safely to earth. Now the mood of Congress and the people is vastly To oon Spac ent. There are other more pressing concerns, and the moon no longer is a goal. So there is no great hurry to fly again. A congressional committee on May 7 suggested that Apollo 14 be postponed from its planned Oct. 1 launch date until next year and that moon flights Be cut to one from two a year. The recommendation accompanied e Flights slash in NASA's 1971 budget, already at its lowest point in years, Before the Apollo 13 incident, most other major in-flight problems occurred in earth orbit with the spaceships only 100 or so miles away. If necessary, they could return to any point on earth within 20 minutes by firing retrorsckets as the Gemini 8 astronauts did in 1966 when their ship tumbled out of control. The Apollo 13 emergency may result in a change of emphasis from lunar exploration to the development of new capabilities in space close to earth. The safe return of Apollo 13 once again proved the value of man in overcoming problems in space flight, with help from the ground. It was the 13th time in 23 flights that American astronauts had to take corrective action to save a mission. The onlv man known to have been killed during space flight was Russian cosmonaut V. M. Komarov. He died April 24, 1967, when his parachutes became entangled during rn-entry and his Soyuz 1 craft crashed. SERVICES AND TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of NANCE STUBB5 late of the City of Lethbridge, In the Province of Alberta, who died on the 3dth day of April, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate ot the abov< named must tile with the Underslgnec bv thft ath day of July, 1970, e M statement of .their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barlster and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for the APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR POSITION OF MANAGERESS FOR LADIES' RETAIL FASHION STORE IN LETHBRIDGE. SUCCESS FUL APPLICANT WILL HAVE HAD EXPERIENCE IN LADIES' WEAR RETAILING AND BE PREPARED TO START IMMEDIATELY IF STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daf ers, etc Same-day Service. 1233 2nt Ave. S. Phone 32B-5114 TRAINED SERVICE MAN will oil, dellnt and adlust tension. Any machine regardless of make or model S1.J5. Call 328-345-i. AGE, PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE MARITAL STATUS, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE. PERSONAL INTER VIEWS WILL BE ARRANGED FOR QUALIFYING APPLICANTS. ALL REPLIES HELD IN STRICT CONFIDENCE. WRITE BOX 39, HERALD. A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE Sfi.OO for two weeks, per month Free delivery and pickup. Phone 327 2243. Singer Company of Canada, Col lege Mall. SALES and SERVICE. SER vices on all of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Al so all small appliances, lawn mowers IronSi vacuum cleaners, etc. No lobs too larqu or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 90S 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-4456. 58 MALE HELP WANTED BOYS U TO 16 FOR ICE cream solas. Phone 320-7134. MEN TO WORK IN LOCAL SCRAP-yard. Some experience in using torch or operating machinery would ba useful, also truck driving. Steady work to right parties. Only workers need apply. National Salvage Co., 206 33 St. N. DEPARTMENT TOP SOIL. PHONE 358-3289 evenings. TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be W the undersigned up lo 11 o'clock A.M Slandard Tim. on Mondiy, June 22 1970, for the Construction of tin follow Highway IB. Barrhead Corner to Camp ..d Work. Approximate Quantities, Tons of Soil-Cement Mixture Tons of Gravel, Ton Miles Haul. Contract and may be obtained at tha office of the Chief Con structton Engineer, Highways Bui ding Edmonton, Alberta, the oftlce of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Stree N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the of ice of the District Engineer, Admlnistra lien Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, Body Of Missing Youngster JOUSSARD, Alta. (CP) -The body of a boy, one of two five-year-olds missing from their homes in Joussard since May 30, was found here washed up on the shore of Lesser Slave Lake. Paul Phillip Shailloux had been the object of a search by the RCMP, civilians, a bush plane and a tracking dog in the southwest corner of Lesser Slave Lake, 200 miles north of Edmonton. The boy's companion, Patrick Tomkins, was found last Tuesday in a partly submerged ETE'S ROTOTILLING. PHONE 328-8764. HIGH LIVING EXPENSES? Dua to the rising cost of living each day, more and more men and women are anjoylng worthwhile earnings sup--plying (heir friends and relatives with Rawlelgh Products. Do not be left out Start earning that extra money today. For free Information write The W. T. Rawlelgh Co. Ltd., Dept. F-71-10, 589 Henry Ave., Winnipeg 2, Man. LAWNS PUT IN, ODD JOBS and rototltllng. Gardening by season Phone 327-6143. FULLY INSURED TREE SUR GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 328-2094. LAWN SEEDING landscaping, spring clean-up. Phone 345-3341. 59 MALE- FEMALE HELP TREE TRIMMING, LAWN garbage hauling, ttc. Phone 328-4173. STUDENTS FULL OR PART-TIME positions available. Now servicing Fuller customers In established area. Dealers can expect earnings of 3 lo 5 dollars per hr. Phone Fuller Brush Co. 327-11J1. FOOT SPRUCE TREE, OR will trade for smaller treis or shrubs Phone 328-4156. ROTOTILU1NG New lawns put In. Prompt service reasonable rates. 327-2W1. and operating In the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operatlnc In and who havs established a fixec place of business in the Province o Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-F v Dollars (555.00) will be required fo each copy of the Contract and Sped fications taken. Each bid must be ac companted by a marked cheque 61 TEACHERS YOUR LAWN AERATED. RE moves dead grass, helps control lawn diseases. Phona John 328-3909. WILLOW CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 28 Clcresholm, Alfa. Require the following teachers for the term commencing August 31, Industrial Arts Home Economics Senior High English Senior High Physics-Chemistry Applications and credentials should be submitted MR. R. E. CONGDON SECERTARY-TREA5URER WILLOW CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 29 BOX 69, CLARESHOLM. Development Plans Made EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Department of Industry and Tourism Monday unveiled a 10-point program in its drive toward regional development. The program objeclives are to obtain a better understanding of the manufacturing potential of specific regions and to make recommendations on the types of industry which could be attracted. It also would encourage manufacturers to expand and diversify, under take community surveys in each region lo determine "the industrial development, and assist smaller communities in industrial fact-fin d i n g and site location studies. Jack Snary, industrial development director, said the department is determining what industrial capacity exists in the province. He said there has Ireen about an 85 per cent response to a survey by the Alberta Bureau of ROTOT1LLING. GOOD JOB guaranteed. Phono 328-7389. Raps Government Pay Restraint EDMONTON (CP) An Edmonton representative of the Canadian Union of Public Employees said today ttte federal government committed a grave error in introducing its pay restraint program. "Workers in public service and utilities can be nothing less than incensed over this move-especially at this said Leo Lancaster, Edmonton area business agent for the union. He said the government's arbitrary ceiling of six per cent on all wage negotiations comes just prior lo the opening of negotiations "for practically every contract we have." "It's got to be pretty hard for the working man to take sis per cent when he's just watched sonic of the executive class men get 18. And I can't sea union memberships accepting this soil of an award when some power companies have .e-ceivcd rate awards as high aa 63 per cent. "I can see nothing but trouble as a result." TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING with large yellow rototlllsr, plowing and landscaping. Phcna 327-8237. be opened In Public. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus, Deputy Minister of Highways and GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed top soil, manure Complete landscaping service. Phon 327-5E56 or 327-0642. Winery Acquired By Industrialist PRIN'CE GEORGE, B.C. (CP) and i n d u s t r i a list Ben Ginter announced here he has acquired tire majority of shares in Mission Hill Wines Ltd. of Westbank, near Kelowna. Mission Hill President W. W. Stewart had said last month that the proposal of a merger between the two firms had been recommended to shareholders, who had endorsed the move. Mr. Ginter also said the B.C. Liquor Control Board has given permission lo bottle wine in 12-ounce bottles, which will be sold in dozen or half-dozen cases if the LCB gives Elects New Head MONTREAL (CP) Alfred G. (Bill) Sinclair, president of Johns-ManviEe Co. Ltd., Port Credit, Out., today became president of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association. A native of Regina, Mr. Sinclair attended St. John's College, Winnipeg, and joined Johns-Manville in 1934. He was named assistant general manager in 1958, general manager in January. 1959, and president in April, 1961. He succeeds L. F. Wills, chief executive officer of Honeywell Controls Ltd., Scarborough, SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY LTD. PHONE OR 327-7263. CHORMASTER ROTOT1LLER with three horsepower Brlggs and Stral ton motor, used very little. Phone 327 6738. Machine ground manure. Ideal fo lawns and gardens. 75 Ib. handy plastic nag, si.SO each. Free delivery. Coal hurst Greenhouse. Phono 327-9530. COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 Foremost, Alta. Applications are Invited for ttie following positions 1. Industrial Arts Instructor Junior-Senior High, Foremost Schocl. 2. Trirte Elementary Positions Grades three to In Fcrerrosf and Bow Island schools. One pcs -tion as 'teacher and part-tirna D-rarian, Please apply to: p. J. BAKER SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS BT< 111 FOREMOST. ALTA. 'fiW-JSSS C 8 189- SOIL SAND AND GRAVEL FILLEp EARTH. DRIVEWAYS EX CAVATED. PROMPT DELIVERY, PSV LICENSE CAN GO ANYWHERE MR. A. M. JARVIE, 4040 ZOTH ST N PHONE 327-3047. Clogged Main Causes Critical Water Shortage HELENA. Mont. (AP) A critical shortage of water con-limicd here Monday as aullmri-ties worked to restore full service. Hocks clogged a main line lo a mountain reservoir Sunday and city crews have been unable to clear it. Officials said Ilicre was plenty of water for drinking, but none for such things as washing cars or sprinkling STOCK 25% OFF, BED DING OUT PLANTS 45c PER BASKET JOHN'S GREENHOUSE One mile west of Ccnldaie. Closed On Sunday. HARDWARE Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLRRS. POWER R K E s CHMN SAW, ETC., ETC. TO AID EGYPT CAIRO (Reuters) Russia will provide Egypt with equipment to build 32 ships under a agreement sign here. The agreement stipulates Russia will supply the dockyard with machinery and other facilities to construct within four years ships of 6 tons and six cargo Jewelry NIMKS, France (AP) broke into the Beaux Arts Museum here during the night and made off with worth of jewelry designed by artist Georges Braque, police reported. One of t h e missing pieces, all designed after paintings, was a golden fish set with amethysts and worth POULTRY AND SUPPLIES STARTED TURKEYS, ALL AGES, Phcne I3.J-.i03S or 234-3766, Forf M.ic-lerjd- PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should thotr adver-livtifnls the HRST DAY I i APPEARS and RE- POST ERRORS In thno -ir tf'ft TUVER Alaska's Kuskokwim River Is 800 miles CIIUKCH John Wesley founded the Methodist Church. PAN READY, FRESHLY killed par pound, packed and frczc-n JCc ppr Ib. Free delivery, only the lirst incorrect Phonft 345-3224. ;