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Letter to the Editor

DOUG KELLY

Doug Kelly, 52, of Sabaskong First Nation, Ont., passed away at La Verendrye General Hospital in Fort Frances, Ont. on Friday, Aug. 15, 1997.

He was born Jan. 23, 1945 in Sabaskong First Nation to the late Jim and Marion Kelly. Doug had lived all of his life in Sabaskong, and on Sept. 19, 1966 he was united in marriage to the former Lucille White.

ADRIENNE MCCULLOCH

Adrienne McCulloch, 65, of Barwick, Ont., passed away unexpectedly Aug. 9, 1997 while visiting in Grand Prairie, Alta.

Adrienne was a member of the Stratton United Church, where she helped with Sunday School when able.

Who’s leading who?

Dear editor:

From the article “Transit service here ready to roll" (July 16), it stated, "Meanwhile, Coun. Sharon Tibbs wanted to dispel rumours that council planned to cancel the handi-van service here.”

Favouritism abounds

Dear editor,

In comment to the article in last Wednesday’s paper, “Emo Speedway now forced to reduce driver payouts,” Sonny Ferris is complaining about low attendance in the stands and about the lack of interest surrounding the Emo Speedway.

Overwhelming

Dear sir:

We would like to congratulate the directors, committees, volunteers, and press personnel of the 1997 Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship on a job well done.

Being part of the tournament made us realize the many hours of hard work these people committed themselves to in order to make this event a great success.

Disappointed

Dear sir:

The following is part of a letter the Mid District High School Committee sent to the Minister of Environment and Energy.

Dear Hon. Sterling,

Now I know

Dear sir:

I’m writing in regard to the column by Mike Behan, “Moving With Mike,” in the July 16 issue of the Fort Frances Times.

Last Tuesday, July 22, I decided to try the “Dial-A-Ride Van.” I found it certainly wasn’t what I need. Here’s why: