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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERAID October 1971 Of 3n Kosygin to receive musk emonams FUNERAL service for Huth Madolin beloved wife of the late Charles Edwin Fulcher His cocks who died in the city after a brief illness at the age of 81 was held at Thursday in the Martin Memorial 703 Uln with Crisfield Pallbearers were and Robert and Richard David Interment was in the fanv ily plot in View Cem Martin Direc tors of Funeral was in charge of the FUNERAL CAIRNS Funeral service for Mayor Terry Cainis of beloved husband of Kathleen Cairns of Gra num who died at Calgary Sun at Uie age of was held at Wed in the Granum United Church with j Julian officiating asj sisted by Peter Pall1 bearers were Fenton William Kent Peter Campbell and Jack Mac kintosh and Elmo In terment was in the Granum Edens Funeral Home Fort was in charge of the Chow Mem Supper and Bazaar JAPANESE UNITED CHURCH 9th and 9th 23rd 48 TAKEOUTS AVAIIABIE CARDS OF THANKS ROBERTS I would like to thank my doctors and nurses in Michaels Hospital for care given A special thanks to my relatives and and my many friends for the gifts and all those who visited Thank Mayetta 2286 We wish to express our sin cere thanks to our neighbors and relatives for calls expressing gifts and flowers to our father dur ing his recent illness and to us now in our We are also most thankful to those who sent brought food or helped in any way at this Special thanks to Les lie Kawatnura and members of Leth bridge Honpa Buddhist Church and Fujinkai for their kind assistance and to the pall bearers and those who partici pated in the funeral Fukue Yutak and Paturano and 2331 LONG DISTANCE p ICK IS HALF A BUCK r ON SUNDAY Only Alberta has it ODD You can phone anyone in Alberta from any other Alberta point at fifty cents or less for three great minutes if you dial Best of low SUNDAYBO rates are in effect every week from Saturday midnight to 6 dp not apply to third party time and pay or credit card If you happen to live in an area without ODD SUNDAY50 rates apply to stationtostation calls placed with the CARDS OF THANKS MOODIE Thanks to the nurses o f Lethbridge Munici pal the Martin pall for the kindness shown in the loss of my beloved mother also to the women of the Moose for their service and to the ladies for the lunch and to friends for cards and Shanko and 2293 OAIARA The family of the late OMara would like to express thir sincere thanks to all those who were so kind and helpful during thjir recent Special thanks go to our doctor and all Hie close friends and neighbors who have been so attentive during OMaras long We may bs a small but we are rich in Les lee and 2287 WATSON We would like to express our most sincere thanks to the doctors of the Hunt Clinic and to the nurses of Michaels Hospital for their consideration and co operation shown to us after our recent It was most We would also like tx express our thanks to our friends and mem bers of the Bank of Montreal and teachers of Gilbert Paterson staff for their cards and Thank and Marion 2288 IN MEMORIAMS FORSYTH In ever loving memory of a dear mother and Mary who passed away October for the touch of a loving hand and the sound of a voice that is remembered and sadly missed by her hus band and 2290 SAFAKIK In loving mem ory of a dear daughter and who passed away October Just a prayer from those who loved Just a memory fond and In our hearts you will live Because we thought the world of remembered and sadly missed by Bradley and 2280 ELENA In lov ing memory of our dear mother and who passed away October Peacefully resting at The worlds weary troubles and trials are past Til God called her home to suffer no loved and remem bered by her husband Teresa and Ed Galliano Janice and 2291 HUGHES In loving mem ory of our dear and who passed away October Forget you we never For in our hearts you are with us Behind our smile Uiere Ls many a For the dad we lost and loved so Peacefully free from We would not want him to suffer sadly missed by his loving wire children and 2292 FOX In loving memory of a dear sister and daughter Dol who passed away Octo ber The face we loved is the voice we loved is A place is va c a n t in our that nev er can be Such pain she bore so patient for quite a weary She kept her sweetness to the with a brave and lov ing And when God look her to and hushed her heart to So peaceful was her sweet it seemed a shame to Take care of her as she takes her Because on earth she was one of UK remembered by brotncrs and sisters OX EDMONTON city of Edmonton and the Alberta Game Farm plan to present Premier Kosygin with a musk ox Mayor Ivor Dent said The musk born in the spring and now about the size of a large will be a gift from the children of Edmon ton and the Alberta Game Farm to the children of Mos the mayor said in a pre pared The animal itself will not be presented to Uie Soviet Premier when he arrives here for a brief visit The Mayor said Kosygin will receive scrolls in English and Russian describing the gift plus an album of photographs of the musk Shipment of the musk ox to the Moscow Zoo is to be ar ranged through the Russian Government plans meetings on winter works programs Castlegar pulp mill in red VANCOUVER CP Col umbia Cellulose which op erates pulp mills at Prince Rupert and to day reported a thirdquarter loss of on sales of Colcell president Scrim shaw said the companys Wat son Island pulp mill at Prince and related logging op would be closed down for three weeks starting 1 because of weak world market Colcell is whollyowned by Celanese of New DRAMA TEACHER DIES WASHINGTON AP Cowles a theatre professor and director whose students included Katharine James Cagney and Montgomery died yester day of By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA CP The federal government is planning a series of meetings with representa tives of the munici labor organizations and business leaders to discuss its program of grants and loans to help create winter a government source said The meetings are being called by the finance and manpower departments and will lead to a federalprovincial meeting of prime ministers and probably about The finance ministers and treas urers are to meet Finance Min ister Benson Finance department officials met provincial representatives in Montreal this week and the winter employment problem was The government expecfs to meet labor groups next and plans arc being made for similar talks with rep resentative volunteer organiza such as the Canadian Welfare Benson announced the along with tax cuts for individuals and i4 in his mini Included are loans to the provinces and municipalities of up to million for jobcreat ing capital works with special incentives to push public works during the next seven OFFERS LOCAL GRANTS The government is also put ting up million in to be divided equally between mu nicipalities and local commun ity for projects in which the initiative is to be taken by the local authorities A finance department source said the municipal grants pro gram has been enthusiastically but there is confusion in some municipal governments as to how specific projects arc to be This will be threshed out at the forthcoming In the federal gov ernment docs not deal directly with municipal governments hi making but only with pro vincial Approval of grants for municipal projects can be made by subject to talks with the but I ho criteria have not yet been Try Before You Buy UP TO 30DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTORS RECOMMENDATION SMITHJONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Phone 3285447 The Concert Bond of the Royal Canadian Mount ed Police has vacancies for PER CUSSION rock drummer GUITAR and Candidates must be between 18 and 35 years of Canadian at least 58 physically of exemplary character and have a Grade lrJ educalion or tlie Inter ested and qualified musicians may obtain fur ther information by writing to THE K1A An Invitation from NW Investments The North West Life Assurance Company of 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