Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
24 - THt lirmWDOl HfRAlD - WtdnMilay, January 37, 1971 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 51 MALE HELP WANTED TEXAS REFINERY CORP. OF CAN-sda Ltd, offers opportunity for high Income PLUS r�flulsr cash end vnca-rlcn bonuses, abundant fringe benefits to mature man In Lethbrldge ares. Regardless of experience, �lr mull President, Dept. JA, P.O. Box 70, Station R, Toronto 355, Ontario. J53 LICENSED MECHANIC TO OPERATE front-end service centre - Wheel alignments, brakes, shocks, fune-ups. Good opportunity for above average earnings. Write Box 40, Herald. aoo?.ff TEXAS OIL COMPANY NEEDS MAN over 40 for short trips surrounding Lethbrldge. Contact customers. We train. Write S. S. Dlckerson, Pres., Southwestern Petroleum Corp., Ft. Worth, Texes, JS4 250 HIGH PRODUCING LAYING hens. Laying 100 c!ay3. Phone 343-3170. 34S7-38 FRIERS, ROASTERS - PAN READY 37 cents per lb., doien lots. Free delivery. Custom killing. Hellmuth Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3534. 2472-tf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES WANTED - GOOD HOME FOR PART Siamese kittens - house trained - no charge. 328-8497. 2454-28 REGISTERED BLACK DANE PUPS) ALSO BLACK DANE STUD SERVICE. L. CLOWES, P.O. BOX 1474, CALGARY 2 OR 274-0991, EVENINGS. 2)45-30 CHIEF CONSTABLE REQUIRED FOR THE TOWN OF COALDALE. Applicants to apply In own handwriting, stating experience, training, education, references, age, marital status, and salary expected. Applications to be received by 5:00 p.m. on February 1, 1971. H. E. Fletcher, Municipal Secretary, d3111-28 The Tabtr School Division No. t will accept applications for the position of Caretaker of L. T. Westlake School, Taber, Alberta. Applications will b* accepted up to February 1st, 1971. State experience, age, marital status and salary expected. The successful applicant will be expected to commence employment on February 15th, 1971. Address applications to: TABER SCHOOL DIVISION NO, � BOX 1239 Taber, Alberta. C30l4-27h LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 Wanted EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT -BUSINESS AFFAIRS Written applications for the ibovi noted position will be received by the undersigned until Wednesday, February 3, 1971. DUTIES: To assist the Secretary-Treasurer In the supervision and administration of all aspects of existing accounting systems and to develop new procedures relative to Planning, Programming, Budgeting Evaluation System (P.P.B.E.3. Proiect). QUALIFICATIONS: Formal training In accounting will te a prerequisite for this position, preferably a C.A. graduate or equivalent training. Previous experience desirable but not necessary. SALARY: Commensurate with training and experience. EFFECTIVE DATE OF EMPLOY-A'.ENT - Not later than March 1, 1971. M. V- Crumley Sscretary-Treasurer 433 12th Street South lethbrldge, Alberta C3122-21 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES THRIVING SNACK BAR, EXCELLENT south Alberta location. Books open. Write Box 58, Herald. 2397-29 ENJOY LIFE, LIVE IN THE BEAUTI-ful Okanagan. Christian book store for sale. Write box 242, Kelowna, B.C. 2457-8 ESTABLISHED GIFT SHOP FOR SALE, IN LETHBRIDGE, WHERE AN INTERNATIONAL HOTEL WILL BE OPENING OCTOBER 31, 1971. REVENUE POST OFFICE INCLUDED. FOR COMPLETE DETAILS, WRITE BOX 39, HERALD. C2090-29 FOR RENT OR SALE Drive by 1503 3rd Ave. S. and evaluate the potential of this property. There is a 1400 sq. ft. residence with separate office, conference room in basement and a 2400 sq. ft. three bay truck garage adjoining at rear. Truck court presently rented. Owner anxious to sell and may consider carrying agreement of sale for right buyer. Phone Art Williams Agencies Ltd., 328-8184 or one of their salesmen for fu\\ details and showing. C208!-tf 74 LOANS ft INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C3100-30 75 CONTRACTS BORGE RAVEN - 1329 9th ST. M. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-321?. C4319-tf davit) mwnams DEATHS DEATH ! FUNERAL PLOURD - Passed away in Fort Macleod, cm Wednesday, January 27, 1971, Mr. Henry Plourd, at the age of 86 years, previously of Barons. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3143 MASON - Passed away suddenly in Thompson, Manitoba, on Sunday, January 24, 1971, Mr. Gary Raymond Mason, at the age of 20 years, formerly of Lethbridge. beloved son of Mr, and Mrs. William G. (Mary) Mason, of 325 26 Street South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros1. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3144 DeMAERE - Passed away in Fort Macleod on Monday, January 25, 1971, John Edward DeMaere, aged 60 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ethel DeMaere of Granum. The funeral sen-vice will be held in the Granum United Church on Thursday at 2:00 p.m., Rev. Peter Walker officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery, Fort Maclecd. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, in care of the Fort Pharmacy. Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. C3141 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7lh Ave. S. Phone 327-�82. C7377-N ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE - NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-4745. C193S-tf 59 MALE - FEMALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED JANITOR. WRITE box 60, Herald. 2439-27 BOOKKEEPER REQUIRED FOR new equipment business. Must be able to take books to trial balance. Experience In oarage or equipment accounting preferred. Write Box ti, Herald. 3519-2 ol EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells you how. Phone 328-3636, Columbia School of Broadcastlnrj. 917J-tf 64 SEWING SERVICES LADIES' AND MEN'S ALTERATIONS Phone 327-0279. 3528-29 DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS 121 7th Ave. A S. Phone 328-1396. 199&-9F SURIAHO'S LADIES' AND MEM'S Tailor and Alterations. Customers satisfaction. Centre Village Mall. Phone 328-3532. C2C08-JF 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST - Flv* or six keys en ring, Thursday night at Globetrotter game. Phone 327-2077. 3�6-28 66 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phons ,157-3049 or 32S-3M, _ attar 7:30 cm. NEED HELP? The A.I.D. Centre - An Information-Referral service. Phone 327-7323, 10 a.m.-* p.m., week days. C1639-25J FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AMD INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX (61, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. TEENS Oo you have a problam drinker In your home? There's Information, un-erstandlng and help for you. P.O. 3lSx.. '- LathbrtetM or phone Lorry 327-ano, Carol 32*.}�71, Jane 327-7086; ______CIQIl-tf 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 328-7362._ 4354.^ TIMEX WATCH REPAIR, BOX 422, Teber, Tlmex - Westclox - Ingra-nsm and others. 1542-ff SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL- Rubber slamps, corporate seals, dsters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6724-tf RENT A SINGER 21G-ZAG MACHINE. S6.0O for two weeks, $10 per month. Free delivery and pickup. Phone 327-2243. Singer Company of Canada, Col-legs Mall. C3099-3O MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vices on ell makes of washers end dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all email appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Phone 327-4456. C73I3-tf 69A WINTER ACCOMMODATION WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT Queen Victoria Inn. Ideal winter furnished accommodation. Indoor heated pact, sauna, downtown, near parks. With or without meals. Off season raUv. Mr. p. o. Hartnell, Mnr, in Oouglas St., Victoria. llSMf INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DESIGN and finishing. Carpentry, upholstery and remodelling, Phone 328-9679 or 328-3856. 1319-tf FRED STEINER - CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water prooflnq. In-sursd, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. C3661-tf CABINETS We build kitchen cabinets, vanities, any storage or display units you may need. Formica -work a specialty. A-1 CABINETS AND CRAFTS, 1518 3rd Ave. S. (rear). Phone 327-8755. 2376-tf PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE of WILLIAM F. KIEMELE also known as WILLIAM FRANK KIEMELE and WILLIAM KIEMELE, late of the Town of Vulcan, In the Province of Alberta, who died on the Third day of September, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav. Ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the underslnned Solicitors by the Third day of March, A.D. 1971 a full statement of their claims end of securities held by them. HUCKVALE, WILDE & KRUSHEL Solicitors for Estella M. Klemcle, also known as Stella M. Klcmele, Executrix, Acadian Building, Leth-J71 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of ESZTER BUGH (also known as ESTHER BUGA) late cf the City of Lethbrldge, In the Province of Alberta, widow, who died on the 36th day of October, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 1st day of March, A.D. 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. MOSCOVICH, MOSCOVICH, SPANOS & MATISZ 1 Oliver Block, Lethbrldge, Alberta. (Solicitors for the Executor) J 63 70 GARDENING FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR-OEON - CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC, PHONE 328-2094. S737.)f PALL CLEAN - UP. ALL KINDS OF iunfc hauled away. Tree trimming and odd lobs. Phone 327-24.(1. 8323-lf .CONOMY TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING - Unrisr Winter Works Program, v.e are able to trim trees end hetjges very economically, call us for free estimate-3J7-2641. 73-tf PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. standard Time on Wednesday, February 3, 1971 for the construction of the following work: Prelect 50:13, S. of Grande Prairie to S. of Wapiti River Mile 3.9 to Mile 7.7 Clearing Approximate Quonlity 140 Acres Confroct.and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of the District Engineer, 1707 Sixth Street H.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office cf the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbrldge Alberta and v;IJI be available only to Individuals registered and operating In the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating In and who have established a fixed place of business In Ihe Province of Alberfa. A deposit of Twenty - Five ($25.00), payable to the Provlnc I a I Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10 per cent of Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus, Deputy Minister of the Department oi Highways and Transport. J61 Roof falls in CAIRO (Reutcri - .Seventeen wedding guests were killed at Nadimin village near Fayoum, southern Egypt, Tuesday when a house collapsed, the newspaper Al Akhbar reports the bride and bridegroom escaped injury. FERGUSON - Passed away in the city on Monday, January 25, 1971, following a very brief illness, Mrs. Uarda Mary Ferguson, at the age of 80 years, beloved wife of the late Mr. Willis E. Ferguson. A private funeral service will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 28, in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3 Avenue South, with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. (Please note courtesy parking at rear of chapel). Interment will follow at Brcokside Cemetery in Winnipeg. Martin Bros, Ltd., Directors of Fmmeral Service. C3145 SCHWARZ - Passed away in Calgary on Monday, January 26, 1971, following a short illness, Mrs. Lydia Schwarz, at the age of 34 years, beloved wife of Mr. Gustav Schwarz of 720 19 Street North. The funeral sendee will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, January 29, in Memorial Chapel, 703 13 Street North, with Rev. \V. F. Schoepp officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3142 RUSSELL - Passed away Sunday, January 24,1971, Charlie, aged 61, of Invcrmere and Elko, B.C., beloved husband of Mrs. Elsie Russell. Born in Brooksby, Saskatchewan. He was a partner in Cumberland and Russell Saw Mills and Russell Logging. Survivors include, besides his wife, a daughter, Mrs. Marilyn Joseph of Coleman and son, Roland of Calgary. Services at Cy Foster-Gooder Chapel, 10th Ave. and 16th St. N.W., Calgary, at 2:00 p.m. Friday, January 29. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart Fund. Cy Foster - Gooder Chapel in Charge of Arrangements. 3532-28 SOKOLIC - Passed away at Taber on Tuesday, January 26, 1971, Bartol, at the age of 79 years. Born at Cetingrad, Yugoslavia August 25, 1891. Married in the old country November 26, 1919. He came to Canada in 1934 and worked as a CPR section man at various points in Southern Alberta, until retirement to Taber in 1955. Survivors are his wife Kata cf Taber; one daughter Mrs. Manda Paulic, Germany; three grandchildren. Prayers will be said in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber, Wednesday (tonight) at 7 p.m. Funeral service will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber on Thursday, January 28 at 11 a.m., Rev. Father Burke Hos-chka celebrant. Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Gardens. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, in Charge. C3146 FUNERAL HEINONEN - Funeral service for Oskar Nikolas (Niko) Heinonen, beloved husband of Mrs. Lempi Heinonen of Picture Butte who died Saturday, Jan. 23, 1971, after a long illness at the age of 74 years, was held at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27, 1971, in Martin Bros, Chapel. 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. H. W. Martin officiating. Pallbearers were Karl Hebenik, Leo Lekto, John Row, Chris Peterson, Willie Nayha and Henry Nummi. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Pattern CONLON - Passed away in Pincher Creek on Sunday, January 24, 1971, Edward Kenneth Cordon, aged 04 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Gwen Conlon of Pincher Creek. Born in Mulberry, Indiana, he came to Manyberries with his parents in 1910. He moved to Warner in 1914 and farmed there until retiring to Pincher Creek in 1962. Besides his wife, ha is survived by three daughters, Mrs. LaRee Snell of Pincher Creek, Mrs. Jean Gaits of Swan Hills, Alberta and Mrs. Linda Finnen of Grande Prairie, All>erta; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Russell of Taber and Mrs. Etta Elling-son of Lethbridge; nine grandchildren. Predeceased by one son, Kenneth Ross in 1936. The funeral service will be held in the Lethbridge 10th Ave. LDS Chapel on Friday at 2:00 p.m., Bishop A. Wilson officiating. Interment, Warner Cemetery. Friends may meet the family from 1:00 p.m. prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Alberta Heart Fund. Funeral arrangement* by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. C3147 DORSEY - Funeral service for John Vincent (Bud) Dor-sey, beloved husband of Mrs. Annetta Dorsey of 1839 6th Ave. N. who died in the city Saturday, Jan. 23, 1971, after a brief illness at the age of 75 years, was held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27, 1971, in Pattison's Funeral Chapel, Medicine Hat, with Rev. L. Rostaing the celebrant. Pallbearers were Pius and George Ehnes, Harry Hobos, Jerome Stromsmoc, Elmer Genno and Len Browcr. Interment was in the Hillside Cemetery, Medicine Hat. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Package grain policy endorsed CARD OF THANKS McDONALD - I wish to express my appreciation to my friends for Ihe flowers, cards and visits during my recent hospitalization; also the doctors of die Campbell Clinic and the staff on Medical One of the Municipal Hospital for their excellent nursing cafe. -Jack McDonald. Stripe it right - spark quiet outfits with these tops-. Sizzling stripes run around versatile vest and tank top. Easy, just single and double crochet - top off pants, skirts. Pattern 7336: NEW SIZES 8-14 incl. Sizes 14 (bust 36). FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) - add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to- THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Nassau. Bahamas-Canadian Andrew D. MacLean, 74, former publisher of Hugh G. MacLean Publications Ltd. in Canada and secretary to former prime minister Tt. B. Bennett from 1932-34. Seaton, England-St. John Er-vine, 87, Irish-born playwright and close friend of the late George Bernard Shaw. Edmonton-W. Leigh Brint-nell, 75, one of the northwest's early bush pilots and a veteran aviation executive. Boca Raton, Fla.-Frances Dodge van Lennep, 56, daughter of the late auto pioneer, John F. Dodge. Washington, D.C__Richard Russell, 73, Democratic senator from Georgia, after a short illness. Astl, Italy-William Douglas Shillito, 46, assistant news editor of The Montreal Star, after a long illness. Saint John, N.B. - Melbourne T. Gibbon, 91, a past chancellor of the Knights of Pythias and honorary life member of the New Brunswick Fish and Game Association. Nuernberg, Germany - Rev. Karl Frobenius, 78, who was Adolf Hitler's company commander during the First World War, and as a Protestant minister became an outspoken opponent of Nazism. IN MEMORIAMS TROJEK - In loving memory of Joseph Trojek, who passed away January 27, 1967. The evening stars shine on the grave, Of one we loved but could net save. Peacefully sleeping, free from pain, God bless you 'til we meet again. -Always remembered by his wife, daughter Betty and family. 3505 TROJEK - In memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Joseph, who passed away January 27,1�67. Four years have passed since that sad day, But still we don't forget, For in the hearts that loved you, Your memory lingers yet. -Ever loved and remembered by wife Nettie, daughter Helen and family. 3507 RACED A - In loving memory of a husband, father and grandfather, Joseph Baceda, who passed away January 27, 1957. Each year the leaves may wither, each evenirg the sun may set, But the hearts that loved and lost you are the hearts that will never forget. In quiet thoughts we live again, the years that used to be So rich in kindness, love and care, how dear you were te us. -Ever remembered by his wife Julia, Fred, Bruna Remo and families, 3506 MAIN - In loving memory of our youngest son and brother. Ralph Edwin Main, who passed away on January 27, 1969. Many will have forgotten The day you passed away, But those of us who loved you Will always remember that day. There is never a day goes by Ralph That we don't mention your name, And we find comfort in our visits As we travel down memory'! lane. -Dearly missed by mom, dad, Donelda, Thelma, El-wood and their families. 3508 MANNING - In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Rusty Manning, who passed away January 25, 1970. One lonely year has passed away since our great sorrow fell, The shock which we received that day, we still remember well. Our hearts still ache with sadness, our secret tears still flow, For what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. When we are sad ard lonely, and everything goes wrong, We seem to hear you whisper, "Cheer up and carry on." -Ever remembered by wife Ruth, daughter Sandra, Wayne and Jay. 3301 OTTAWA (CP) - A, package grain policy sanctioned by western members of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture received national approval Tuesday at the federation's annual meeting. The package would modify a recent proposal to set up a grains income stabilization program, support a program, that would check off one cent from every bushel of marketed grain for development and research programs and press for replacement of the present International Grains Arrangement. The proposals, adopted by the Western Agriculture Congress Jan. 13 and 14, stipulate that the income stabilization program proposed by Otto Lang, minister responsible for the Canadian wheat board, should include payments to farmers that arc related to changes in the cost of farm production. They also say the plan should be changed to make government contributions to the stabilization fund six times larger than contributions by farmers. D. M. Lockwood of Saskatchewan said present proposals indicate the government would "put in H for every $3 put in by producers." "This is not good enough. Government contributions should be in the order of 6 to 1." COULD DRAW ON FUND Under the stabilization plan, both farmers and the government would contribute to a fund from which farmers could draw when their f a r m -i n c o m e s dropped below their average income in the previous five years. The approved resolution would arrive at payments to each producer "by averaging his best three years of the previous five years" Under the resolution to skim a cent off each bushel of grain sold for market development and research, delegates agreed that the money collected be held in trust and administered by a committee named by producer organizations. The resolution to replace the International Grains Arrangement, which expires this year, suggested that a new agreement include a price range that could be supported by all major world wheat exporters. The new agreement also should include provisions for food aid which could utilize cereals and oilseeds. The total package included a prelude saying: "Grain producers cannot be expected to lie content to live solely from revenues from a market place in a world of grain-trading nations where grain farmers in most other countries receive some form of direct governmental assistance." Maritime problems studied HALIFAX (CP) - Premiers of the three Maritime provinces agreed Tuesday to move toward closer co-operation among their governments but stopped short of making a decision on political union. The premiers-Progressive Conservative Richard Hatfield of New Brunswick and Liberals Gerald Regan of Nova Scotia and Alex Campbell of Prince Edward Island-said following the closed meeting that a council of Maritime premiers will be established. The council, with a permanent secretary, will "study matters of regional concern, initiate coordinated policies and undertake co-operative actions." The government leaders met to discuss the Maritime union study report which recommended full political union within 10 years. The report said anything less than full union would be meaningless. Premier Regan disagreed with that section of the report and felt closer co-operation among the provinces would be beneficial. Birds dyiiig after U.S. oil spill SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -More than 1,700 birds rescued from the oily waters around San Francisco have died, and most of the 800 remaining in shelters will not survive much longer, experts say. "It's nearly impossible to keep them alive," San Francisco Zoo Director Ron Rcuther said Tuesday. He estimated that only two or three per cent of the waterfowl picked up after an oil tanker spill would recover. The zoo set up a treatment centre last Thursday night and has handled 1,551 birds. Only 378 survive, Reuther said. A volunteer centre across the bay in Richmond said Tuesday it had received 988 birds, some dead on arrival, and 420 were still alive. Species involved include ducks, grebes, scoters, murres and loons. The birds were trapped in an estimated 840,000 gallons of thick bunker oil that spewed into the bay Jan. 18 after two tankers of Standard Oil Co. of California collided near fog-shrouded Golden Gate Bridge. Albertans explode at church meet Plan trophy night COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) -The Coleman Fish and Game Association will hold a special meeting at 7 p.m. Feb. 8 in the Lions Scout Hall to plan trophy night. Trophy night will be held in March. Recently Alf Phillips presented Harry Scaba a trophy "for the excellent service he has given to the club." NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (CP) - A group of rebel Albertans exploded Tuesday and with some support from the East forced the 24th general council of the United! Church of Canada into an unprecedented election campaign out of which came a mcderatcr. In the end, Rev. Arthur B. Mcore of Toronto, 64, president of the Canadian Council of Churches, was chosen on the second ballot to succeed Dr. Robert B. McClure. On Monday night "a dozen or so" of the 16 clerical and 17 lay commissioners from A1 b e r t.a met privately to plot a campaign to shake up long-established election procedures. Candidates for the office normally aire named well in advance of the council's biennial meeting, there are no campaign speeches and, an Albertan informant said, "Everything is all cut and dried-we wanted to change this." They did. Dr. Bruce Hatfield from Calgary, a lay delegate, said: "Look, we don't know these guys. Put them where we can see and talk to them and find out who they are." "These guys" w^erc Dr. Moore; Rev. Ernest E. Long, secretary of the general council; Rev. Richard H. N. Davidson, Toronto; Rev. J. Robert Watt, Toronto, and Rev. J.A. (Jock) Davidson, Kingston, Ont. QUESTIONS ASKED It was agreed that the candidates for office submit to 30 minutes of questions and answers from a professional television broadcaster, then answer questions from the floor. This had never been done be-fci-e in the 45-year history of the United Church. Then the Albertans threw in a sixth candidate-Rev. Clifford Elliott of Toronto. Streets, avenues STIRLING (HNS) - A recent bylaw changed streets from east and west to north and south. Avenues now will go cast and west. The first government surveyors made the original plans in the early 1900's when the village was incorporated. MUNRO TALKS WITH DEMONSTRATORS - Health Minister John Munro talks with demonstrators in the Ottawa conference centre. About 35 demonstrators forced their way past police officials and Into the centre, where federal and provincial welfare officials were meeting. In the voting, Dr. Moore, Dr. Long and Dr. Elliott survived the first ballot, the rules being thai those who received fewer than 40 of the 390 votes dropped out. On the second ballot, Dr. Moore was elected by what was announced as a "clear majority." No figures were made public. Behind the Albertan move, which postponed election of a moderator for more than five hours, was pastoral opposition to the "civil service" in the United Church headquarters in Toronto, one commissioner told the meeting. Woodworkers turn down pay offer HINTON (CP) - Woodworkers at the Northwestern Pulp and Power Ltd. plant have re. jecbed the latest company offer of a 49-cent-an-hour wage increase over a two - year eon-tract, it was announced today. Ante Christianson, president of Local 1-207, International Woodworkers of America, said the company offer for hourly-paid employees was rejected in a 130-to-66 vote. The workers now receive $2.54 an hour. Mr. Christianson said the union would prefer a negotiated settlement but may soon have to serve the company with a two-day strike notice. The workers are employed in the woodlands operations of the pulp mill, 130 miles west of Ed" monton, and a strike would affect 217 men directly employed by the company and its contractors. Education report set for 1972 EDMONTON (CP) - The report of the Worth Commission on Educational Planning in Alberta is expected to be presented to the provincial government by mid-1972. This was announced here by Dr. Walter II. Worth, the head of Uic commission who also gave information on an opportunity for public participation. Cross named to executive job in London LONDON (Reuter) - James Cross, the British trade official held hostage in Montreal by separatists last year, was appointed today to an executive job in London. The 49-year-old Cross wa6 en loan to the diplomatic service as trade commissioner when he wa~ kidnapped by extremists of the Front tie Liberation cu Quebec. Now he returns to his own ministry, the depaaiment of trade and industry, as head of the export planning and development division.