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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, October 23, 1971 ^ J^irtlis, J&eaths, Cjf-unera visards CDf ^fltanLs9 *3n >sm� lislJlliiyl .25>' 2a s !j \'A LI \!s Hfe; %m LONG DISTANCE LONG DISTANCE IS HALF A BUCK IS HALF A BUCK SUNDAY ON SUNDAY Only Alberta has it! SUNDAY-50* DDD rates. You can phone anyone in Alberta from any other Alberta point at fifty cents or less for three great minutes if you dial direct. Best of all, low SUNDAY-50 rates are in effect every week from Saturday midnight to 6 a.m. Monday. 'Rates do not apply to person-to-person, collect, third party billing, time and charge, pay phone, or credit card calls. If you happen to live in an area without DDD service, SUNDAY-50 rates apply to station-to-station calls placed with the Operator. AGTT O'MARA - The family of the late F. J. O'Mara would like to express their sincere thanks to all those who were so kind and helpful during their recent bereavement. Special thanks go to our doctor and all the close friends and neighbors who have been so attentive during Mr. O'Mara's long illness. We may be a small family, but we are rich in frierds, -Nance O'Mara, Kaye, Les-lee and Ron. 2287 WATSON - We would like to express our most sincere thanks to the doctors of the Hunt Clinic and to the nurses of St. Michael's Hospital for their kindness, consideration and cooperation shown to us after our recent accident. It was most appreciated. We would also like to express our thanks to our friends and neighbors, members of the Bank of Montreal and teachers of Gilbert Paterson staff for their kindnesses, visits, cards and flowers. Thank you. -Gordon and Marion Watson. 2288 IN MEMORIAMS FORSYTH - In ever loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Mary J. Forsyth, who passed away October 24, 1970. Oh, for the touch of a loving hand and the sound of a voice that is still. -Always remembered and sadly missed by her husband and family. 2290 Kosygin to receive musk ox EDMONTON (CP)-The city of Edmonton and the Alberta Game Farm plan to present Premier Kosygin with a musk ox calf, Mayor Ivor Dent said Friday. The musk ox, born in the spring and now about the size of a large dog, will be a gift "from the children of Edmonton and the Alberta Game Farm to the children of Moscow," the mayor said in a prepared statement. The animal itself will not be presented to the Soviet Premier when he arrives here for a brief visit Sunday, however. The Mayor said Mr. Kosygin will receive scrolls in English and Russian describing the gift plus an album of photographs of the musk ox. Shipment of the musk ox to the Moscow Zoo is to be arranged through the Russian embassy. SAFARIK - In loving memory of a dear daughter and sister, Emily, who passed away October 24, 1966. Just a prayer from those who loved you, Just a memory fond and true. In our hearts you will live forever, Because we thought the world of you. -Ever remembered and sadly missed by mom, dad, Pat, Larry, Bradley and Nancy. 2289 CELOTTI, ELENA - In loving memory of our dear wife, mother and nona, who passed away October 24, 1969. Peacefully sleeping, resting at last, The world's weary troubles and trials are past; Til God called her home to suffer no more. -Always loved and remembered by her husband Luigi, Teresa and Ed Galliano; Mary, Janice and Lorraine. 2291 HUGHES - In loving memory of our dear husband, father, and grandfather, Arthur, who passed away October 24, 1968. Forget you dad, we never will, For in our hearts you are with us still, Behind our smile there Is many a tear, For the dad we lost and loved so dear. Peacefully sleeping, free from pain, We would not want him to suffer again. -Ever remembered, sadly missed by his loving wife Charlotte, children and grandchildren. 2292 FOX - In loving memory of a dear sister and daughter Dolores, who passed away October 24, 1969. : The face w loved is missing the voice wc loved is stiUed: A place is va cant in our hearts, that nev er can be filled. Such pain she bore so patiently, for quite a weary while, She kept her sweetness to the end, with a brave and lov ing smile. And when God took her to Himself, and hushed her heart to sleep, So peaceful was her sweet face, it seemed a shame to weep. Take care of her as she takes her rest, Because on earth she was one of the best. -Ever remembered by Mom, George, brothers and sisters ��32 Castlegar pulp mill in red VANCOUVER (CP) - Columbia Cellulose Co., which operates pulp mills at Prince Rupert and Castlegar, B.C., today reported a third-quarter loss of $2,340,000 on sales of $20,939,000. Colcell president G. W. Scrimshaw said the company's Watson Island pulp mill at Prince Rupert, and related logging operations, would be closed down for three weeks starting Nov. 1 because of weak world market conditions. Colcell is wholly-owned by Celanese Corp. of New York. DRAMA TEACHER DIES WASHINGTON (AP) - F. Cowles Strickland, 68, a theatre professor and director whose students included Katharine Hepburn, James Cagney and Montgomery Gift, died yesterday of cancer. Government plans meetings on winter works programs By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) - The federal government is planning a series of meetings with representatives of the provinies, municipalities, labor organizations and business leaders to discuss its $500-million program of grants and loans to help create winter jobs, a government source said today. The meetings are being called by the finance and manpower departments and will lead to a federal-provincial meeting of prime ministers and premiers, probably about mid-November. The finance ministers and treasurers are to meet Finance Minister E. J. Benson Nov. 1-2. Finance department officials met provincial representatives in Montreal this week and the winter employment problem was discussed. The government expects to meet labor groups next week, and plans are being made for similar talks with representative volunteer organiza-tivns, such as the Canadian Welfare Council. Mr. Benson announced the $300-m i 11 i o n program, along with tax cuts for individuals and businesses, Oct. U in his mini-budget. Included are loans to the provinces and municipalities of up to $160 million for job-creating capital works projects, with special incentives to push public works during the next seven months. OFFERS LOCAL GRANTS The government is also put- ting up $100 million in grants, to be divided equally between municipalities and local community organizations, for projects in which the initiative is to be taken by the local authorities themselves. A finance department source said the municipal grants program has been enthusiastically received, but there is confusion in some municipal governments as to how specific projects are to be approved. This will be threshed out at the forthcoming meetings. In principle, the federal government does not deal directly with municipal governments in making loans, but only with provincial authorities. Approval of grants for municipal projects can be made by Ottawa, subject to talks with the provinces, but the criteria have not yet been set. 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