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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta i jroride information about meUitus for diabetics i jnd interested members of the t community. Tbe film, Living with Dia- 1 betes, was introduced and shown by Miss Olive Gerrard, western representative of the Canadian Diabetic Association, The question and answer pe-iod was lively. Many ques-ions were answered by Dr. K. idler of the Chinook Health Jnit. After lunch. Dr. John Walker alkcd about diabetes itself, It's side effects and control by Dedication. Many interesting caun jffect aspects were explained. A demonstration was given MI testing urine for sugar and .he administration of insulin. Mrs. Nellie TaUfeathers. community health worker, talked ji English and Blackfoot about care. The lasl, probably mort ietailed part of tbe agenda ivas about diet. This dem-nstrated and explained by [iss Gerrard and Miss ?eyrer, both of whom utritionists with a broad un-erstanding of the importance f the correct caloric Intake eeded by diabetics. Many questions from the .oor illustrated the complexity f this aspect of diabetes control. Food models and charts vere used to show quantities considered as diet and the art of substituting one ood for another. The workshop was sponsored by Chinook Health Unit, tbe Canadian Diabetic Association and department of national lealth and welfare. 7s CONTACTS PUBLIC NOTICES i< wrali, WI %J CARDS OF THANKS GRAHAM We wish to ex-ress our sincere thanks to our lends, relations and for then- expressions of kind-lesses shown to us in the pass-ng of our dear husband and ther, Roger Graham. Florence Graham, Carl, Lavene and Brent. 4492 COWIE I would like to ank mv doctor and the nurses and staff of me Lethbridge unicipal Hospital for their kind care and attention to me tele I was in hospital; also or cards and visits from friends and relatives, which were great-y appreciated. Cowie. 4503 BAILIE I wish to express heartfelt thanks to my doctor, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the care and kindness extended during my hospitalization. Special lanks to friends, relatives and neighbors for cards, flowers, ifts, visits and enquiries. Thank rou all. Pat Bailie. attend PINCHER CREEK (Special) About 45 people, including nine Peigan Indians, recently attended a diabetic workshop n the Centennial Building lere. It was the first seminar of! this kind to be held in Fort Macleod. It was designed Of 5 BIRTH WATSON Shannon Watson .akes great pleasure in anoounc-ng the arrival of his brother )ion Lance, born January 25, 971 at the Lethbridge Hospital. Proud parents are ton and Ardyce Watson of 2417 .2nd Ave. S. JkankA, -sn DEATHS BEERE Alexander Henry passed away in Pinch-er Creek on Thursday, February 11, 1971, 89 years. Funeral services will be held in St. John's Anglican Church, Pincher Creek on Monday, February 15 at p.m., Rev. R. R. Griffiths officiating. In-ennent, Fairview Cemetery, funeral arrangements by Sden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincber Creek. C3405 WAUSHE Passed away in Fort Macleod on Friday, February 12, 1871, F. P. (Frank) Walsbe, aged 77 years, beloved lusband of Mrs. Margaret Walshe of Fort Macleod. Born n Currie, Minnesota, October 30, 1893, and attended school there and in 1904 the family moved to a farm four miles north of Macleod where he completed his high school. In 1914 he joined the Battalion Royal Artil-ery and served overseas until being wounded hi 1917. In 1924 he was appointed postmaster in Fort Macleod and served in this capacity until retiring in 1958. Following his retirement he operated the F. P. Walshe Real Estate and Insurance in Fort Macleod until 1968. He married Margaret Reed who was his assistant postmaster in 1932. Active in community affairs, he was past president of the Lions Club, has filled every executive position in the Elks Club and is a life member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch number 46. He served for 21 years as trustee on the school board and in 1969 the F. P. Walshe Jr. and Sr. High School was named in his honor. A member of the Knights ol Columbus and has served as president of the hockey and baseball teams in Fort Macleod. Also a founding member of the Fort Macleod stampede association. Besides his wife he is survived by one son, Peter of Wainwright, Alta.; three daughters, Mrs. D. (Margaret Ann) Holmes; of Dartmouth, N.S.; Mrs. K. (Jean) Dan De-wark of Winnipeg; Mrs. J. (Frances) MacLellan Westlock, Alta.; fourteen grandchildren; three brothers, William of PAINTING Interior, exterior painting.. City or country. Fttt estimates. Phone S7-J731 NEW SCHOOL VANS tenders will M received by the 1 nderslgiKtl until o'clock pin..! ircll Ifc IS" If cf; ur new school buses: ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. MO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 3O-5745. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug. water proofing Insured, KM estimates. Phone passenger 1 12 passenger ellvery date 1o be en or before ugust J, 1971. speclflcitlons will be upplled upon request. Lowest or any nder not necessarily accepted. R. J. Roth Secretary-Treasurer Pincher Creek School Division No. PUBLIC ol at Inuvik. By JEAN SWIHART 1 Special Correspondent FORT MACLEOD Rulon Hirsche, third vice president of the Alberta Command of the Royal Canadian Legion recently "returned from a week-long Tip to the Northwest Territories. He was accompanied by first vice-president Ed Dick of Calgary and secretary Stan Wai-pole of Drumheller. The purpose of the visit was to install members of Inuvik Legion Branch 220 and the Ladies' Auxiliary. Other branches visited were Hay River and Pine Point, a new branch, where thev also held installations. The branch at Inuvik has more than 200 members and it is the first time they have had a team come in for the annual installation. The branch is about 20 years old. The trip from Hay River to Pine Point is 60 miles and was made by car. Mr. Hirsche said, "The roads are good gravel, well-plowed but there is lots of snow." He left Fort Macleod in 50 above weather and Was greeted with a chilly 40-betow upon arrival. An interesting side visit was to a hostel operated by Mr. and Mrs. Hank Holman. The schools teach from grades one to 12 and many of the Eskimo children are boarded in the hostel. They were there at dinner time. Each child had a responsbflity toward the meal. They i N.W.T. quiet, well-mannered and very bright youngsters. It was a pleasure to meet a brmer neighbor, Lloyd Carru-hers. The homes are built on pilings. The pilings are put down 16 feet and left for a year. The water and sewer lines are placed in insulated flurnes above the ground. They are heated. The nouses are heated with hot water and the floors are warm. At the present time there is about to six hours of daylight. Inuvik, comparable in size to Fort Macleod, is growing rapidly. Now it boasts three hotels, a hospital, two schools, cadet corps (they train in Vernon, B.C., in the summer) newspaper, a CBC radio station, several grocery stores and many new, modern homes. Supplies are brought in once a year by barge. Comparing prices, he noted hotel rooms were twice as expensive as those in Edmonton; coffee was 25 cents a cup and 10 cents for a refill. Potatoes were 47 cents a pound; while bacon was only 79 cents. He was privileged to bring home some Arctic Char. At Pine Point they were shown the lead and zinc mine. It is a branch of Cominco, mostly staffed by people from Trail and Kimberley. There is virtually no unemployment. Wages are good. "It's a young man's country. It is also a land of he NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS tn the Estate of PETER HERMAN THIELEN, late of the Town cf Milk River. In the Province of Alberta, Farmer, who died on the 23rd day of Jinwry, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of tna above named, must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 15th day of March, A.D, 1971 a full statement of their claim and all securities held fay them. VIRTUE COMPANY, Barristers and Solicitors, 106 McFariand Building, Lethbrldge. Alberta. Solicitors for the Executors. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of JOHN HERV6Y. te of Raymond, Alberta, who died n the 19th day of March, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-g claims upon the estate of the above amed must file with Virlue and ompany by the 15th day of March. 71, a lull statement cf their claims nd of securities held by them. VIRTUE AND COMPANY Solicitors for James Hervey, Administrator, 106 McFarland Building Lethbridge, Alberta. BARVA Passed away in the city on Saturday, February 3, 1971, follovring a lengthy illness, Mr. Bob Barva, at the age of 69 years, of 816 13th St. The funeral arrangements vill be announced1 when com-leted. Martin Bros. Ltd., of Funeral Service. CM10 i GRANT Passed away in the city on Thursday, February 1, 1971, following a brief illness, Mrs. Ethel Eva Marie Grant, at the age of 60 years, f Barons, beloved wife of tbe ate Mr. Earl N. Grant. Born n Leeds, North Dakota in 1910 ie late Mrs. Grant came with icr parents to homestead in Barons district in the spring of 1911, where she has ontinued to reside until her rassing. Survivers include hree daughters, Mrs. J. M. Barbara) Knight and Mrs. D. V. (Lydia) Saddick both of Calgary, and Mrs. J. (Rosalie) McKinley of Edmonton; two ons, Mr. Robert E. H. Grant f Lethbridge and Mr. Leslie L. Grant, Royal Canadian Navy, Victoria; 14 grandchildren; her mother Mrs. May Anderson of larons; two sisters, Mrs. A. Annabelle) Travis of Grammv and Mrs. Dorothy Horn of lamilton; two brothers, Mr. T. Anderson and Mr. Raymond H. Anderson both of iarons. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Monday, February 15, in the Memorial Chapel 703 13th St. N., with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will fol-ow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. RE: ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 The following application for a development permit has been made to the Municipal Panning 71 CM Mr. ft. Michael to establish a home occupation phone service only for Sub-Contracting or reinforcing steel at 1232 5th Ave. S. PLACE OF HEARING: Council Chambers City Hall TIME OF HEARING: p.m. DATE OF HEARING: Wednesday, February 17, 1971 Any person affected by the said proposal has the right to present a brief prior to the hearing and to be present and be heard at the hearing. Persons requiring to be heard at the meeting shall submit briefs to the Development Officer not later than February 16, The' application for development and supporting data may be Inspected In the City Hall in the Office of the Development Officer. Date: February 11, 1571 T. Kanashiro' Development TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of LADISLAUS KIK1N-AY, late of the City of Lethbridge, in he Province of Alberta, who died on ie day of December, A.D. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hev-g claims upon the estate of the above amed must file with the undersigned ollcltors by ihe 20th day of March, D 1971, a full statement of their a ms and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In Ihe Estate of W1NN1FRED JESSIE MCLEOD, late of Pincher Creek In it Province of Alberta, who died n the 21st day of December A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon the Estata of the jbove amed must file with the undermen-ioned by the 6th day of March A.D. 971, a full statement of their claims nd of securities held by them. F. T. BYRNE P.O. Box 776 No. 5-706 3rd Ave. S. Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitor for Executor. aid classes scheduled NATAL (HNS) Sponsored by the St. John's Ambulance Association of Natal, a public course and first aid classes will be held in the Sparwood High School commencing Sunday, Feb. 14, at 10 a.m. The course will consist of 12 :wo hour lectures. The times of classes will be Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon; Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 8 fun.; Thursday from 6 p.m. In 9 p.m. and Saturday from if) a.m. to 12 noon. First aid instructor will be Bernard Keeling of Sparwood who has undertaken the task as instructor for more than 30 years. MEMORIAMS HUBER In loving mem-ry of a dear grandfather and great-grandfather, Karl who lassed away February 13, 1967. The years are swiftly passing But still we don't forget, For in the hearts that lovet you Your memory lingers yet. remembered by Mike, Lydia, Michael and Wendy Prokop. 4493 McDERMOTT- In memory f a dear son, brother and uncle Howard William McDermott who passed away February 12 9ft4. His memory is our greatest treasure, In our hearts he1 will live JUDICIAL SALE OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY The follow ng property IB offered for sate by tender subject to the restrictions in the existing Certficate of Ttles: Lot Thirty-eight (38) In Block Twelve (12) on Plan Lethbridge 2B96 I.B. EXCEPTING thereout all mines and minerals Municipal address being 613 27th St. North, Lethbrldge, Alberta There Is constructed on the said property a three (3) bedroom home Tenders In sealed envelopes marked S.C. action 14862 accompanied by a marked cheque or cash for 10% of the amount of the tender must be in ihe hands of the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, by o'clock noon, March. 1st, 1971. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid into court within 3( days after acceptance of tender. If Ihe successfu tenderer does not ptett the purchase after acceptance of this tender, the deposit shall be forfeited. The highest or any tender not necessary accepted. Cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them. For further Particulars apply to HUCKVALE, WILDE and KRUSHEL, Acadia Building, 612 3rd Avenue South, Lethbrldqe, Alberta. DATED this 4th day of February, A.D., '971. APPROVED: L. S. Turcotte tocal Judge of the Supreme Court Alex A. Gllchrlst Clerk of the Supreme TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of PETER ROBERT-ON, late of the City of Lethbridge, n the Province of Alberta, who died n the 13th day of September, 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon the Estate of the above amed must file with the undersigned ollcltors by the 22nd day of March, 971, a full statement of their claims nd of securities held by them. VIRTUE COMPANY Solicitor for Alex RInaldi, Executor, 106 McFarland Building Lethbridge, CRANBROOK The city expanded again with issue of letters patent grows partment of municipal affairs to which the petition was TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of HARRY and dad; Madeleine, Bill and family; Mark, Gerry and family; Sheila and family; Bob and Judy. the city on Friday, February 12, 1971, following a engthy illness, Mrs. Anna Pearl Brownlee, at the age of 62 years, of No. 4 Patterson Court, wife of the late Ur. George Osborne Brownlee. 3om, raised, and educated in Vulcan, the late Mrs. Brownlee furthered her education in Calgary, where she became a ;eacher. She taught 'school in Vulcan until 1931, at which ime she moved to Foremost marrying Mr. Brownlee in 1933. She resided in Foremost until 1958, at which time she moved to Lethbridge, where she has resided until her passing. She was very active in both the Mc-Killop and Foremost United Church -affairs and with the United Church Women. Survivers include one daughter Mrs. G. (Donna) Piasecki of Oak-ville, Ontario; one son Mr. Ronald 0. Brownie? of Cal-garv; five grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Rutberg and Mrs. Edith Dunham, and four brothers, Mr. George Fulton, Mr. Charles Fulton, and Mr. Roy Fulton all of Vulcan, and Mr. Melvin Fulton of Calgary. The funeral service win be held at p.m. on Monday, February 15, in McKillop United Church, with Rev. L. Brian Jones officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers those who wish may donate to the Foremost or McKillop United Churches or tbe Canadian Cancer Society. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. Phone: 328-2361. more wafer NOBLEFORD of water in January, 1971, was gallons against in January, 1970, up some gallons. in the Province of Alberta, who lied on the Sth day of August, A.D. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon the Estate of the above named must tile with GREGG, ANGLIN, SPACKAAAN 1 STINCH-COMBE, Calgary, Alberta, by the 20th day of February, A.D. 1971, a ull statement of their claims and of securities held by them. GREGG, ANGLIN, SPACKMAN AND STINCHCOMBE Barristers and Solicitors 300 310 Ninth Avenue S. W. CALGARY 2, Alberta. Solicitors for the Dick of High River, Walter of Lethbridge; one sister, Mrs. Mary Fairbairn of Claresholm. The funeral service will be held in Holy Cross Catholic Church on Tuesday, February 16 at a.m., Rev. L. Redmond officiating. Inter-men in Union Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in the Holy Cross Chnrch, Monday at p.m. In lieu of flow ers donations to the A 1 b e r t Heart Fund. Funeral Arrangements by Eden's Funera Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. directions. Area is now acres, compared with the area of acres. Population is now about an additional Specifically limits now include thickly populated Slater-ville and bushland uphill northwesterly, Cranbrook Golf and Country Club, Pinecrest-Highlands, south extension of Parkland, Silver Ridge sawmill yard Wattsville Road including Confederation Park, Little Van Home and the strip across the highway from it. Anneasd areas immediately gain city fire and police protection, energizing of existing city street lighting which had been cut off by B.C. Hydro with future plans for extension of lighting to other new areas lower city utility rates anc weekly garbage collection. On the other hand, area is also immediately subject to al city licencing from busines through bicycle and dog tax. Annexed area taxation for 1971 will continue on provin cial rolls at the rural 10 mills about which will be turned over to the city. It is already subject to the same and hospital mill rate Assessment rolls will be trans ferred to the city for munici pal mill rate in 1972. Limits follow exactly those advertised in the map whict followed petitioning for the ex tension, though some objec tions were submitted to the grants total f TABER (HNS) The Taber MD has earned in provincial grants covering road construction and maintenance during 1970. Payment of was received early in February unde the regular road grant program, while earned o the construction of the new road from Highway 36 toward Hays has not been received. While the 3.5 miles of pavin was not completed last fall because of weather conditions sufficient work was complete to qualify for the full gran from the department of highways and transport. The department will again o the gravel portion of Highwa 25 north from Turin. The sale of some yarc of crushed gravel to the depart ment was approved by th council. The gravel will be used with oil in an annual program of dust costs parley scheduled PINCHER CREEK (Special) The advisory board of St Vincent's Hospital here has requested councils of P i n c h e r Creek, Pincher Creek MD and the Village of Cowley to send at least two councillors to an advisory board meeting to discuss hospital operating costs. Dr. R. P. Hegehr, a new member of the Associate tiere, has applied for hospital privileges. A five-month in-training program for Grade 12 students oi Matthew Halton High School commenced recently. Each student will receive at least 125 hours of work experience. Six students will be working under the supervision of the nursing staff, one under the mainte nance staff and one student un der the office and accounting Wagoneer Hew styling ontstft New luxury instill with famous go-'anywliere Drive TMf 2-CAR CAR TODAY ppnviNirF. 1 1 Al DEPARTMENT TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the matter of the Estate of FRANCES NAVRATIL, late of th City of Lethbridge, in the Province o Alberta, Widow, Deceased, who died on or about the Ifith day of July, 1970 TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav ing claims upon the Estate of the abov named must file with the undersigne by the 20th day of March, 1971, 3 fu statement of their claims and o securities held by PRITCHARD, H1GA AND BORAS Barristers and Solicitors 202 Professional Building 740 4th Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors, Czr Navratil and Sosy tjijjJ HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Sealed Tenders will be received by Ihe undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Friday, February 1971, for the construction of following work: (I) Highway IS- E. of Elk island Park Ent. to E. of Mundare, Crushing and Stockpil ng Gravel for Seal Coat Approximate. Quantity Cubic Highway 22, S. of Priddis Corner to Turner Valley, Mile 13.50 to Mile 27 29, Asphaltic Concrete Pavemen and Other Work, Approximate Quanti ties, Tons of Gravel, Ton Miles Haul. Contract and Specifications may b obtained at the office of the Chief Con struction Enyineer, Highways Building Edmonton, Alberta, the office of th District Eng neer, 1707 Street N.W Calqary, Alberta, and the office of tn District Engineer, Administratio Building, LeihbiTdge, Alberta, and wil be available only to individuals regis tered and operating In the Province o Alberta, or to partnerships or corpor atlons registered and operating In ant who have established a fixed place o business in the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty Five pay able to the Provincial Treasurer, wi be required for each copy of the Con tract and Specifications taken. Eac bid must be accomoanied by a mar. ed cheque or bond equal to 103 of Tender. Tenders will be opened ir public. The lowest or any Tender no necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus, Deputy Minister of Highways an CHRIS TEN SEN Fu neral service for Melvin Ear Christensen, b e loved husbant of Mrs. Maudie Christensen and Lethbridge funca-al hom director who died here Mon day, Feb. 8, 1971, at the ag of 73 years, was held at 2 p.m Thursday, Feb. 11, 1971, in th Lethbridge LDS Stake Chape 24th Ave. and 28th St. S., with Bishop L e o L. Davidson off crating. Honorary pallbearer were Jesse Bigelow, Leighto Moore, Len Sanders, Bill Par Charles Parry and Art Sho bert. Active pallbearers wer Gerald and Don Fleming Monte and Ronald Christe sen, Russell and Stanley Bis op. Interment was in Mountai View Cemetery. Christense Salmon Funeral Home Ltd Directors of Funeral Servic was in charge of the arang TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estale of ROBERT MURRAY CHAPMAN, late of the City of Leth bridge. In {he Province of Alberta, died on the 21st day of January, A.D 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons ha ng claims upon the Estate of the 3bov< named must file with the undersicnec by the 15th day of March, 1971, a fu statement of their claims and of secu ities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON AND WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta. Solictors for the Executrix. to visit NOBLEFORD The Alberta Caravan will vis Nobleford and district Marc 15. It will be situated on the grounds of Noble Central i School. There will not be an 'admission SMOKE ADS BONN (Reuter) Cigarettf and tobacco advertising on Wesi German television will cease a the end of 1972, Health Ministe Kaethe Strobel said Friday. Sh< said cigarette advertising wouk be cut to half as of next MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-2805 car RE: ZONING BY NO. 2750 The follow ng applications for develop ment permits have been approved the Municipal Planning Commission or February 10, 71 043 G. Bryne to establish a hom occupation sale of tropical fish ant equipment at 907 7 Avenue South. 7 047 Mr. N. Gerstenbuhler to estab llsh a home occupation phone, servic only for a general contractor at 81 18 Street North. 71 050 Mr. J. Landgraf to establish home occupation ptione service onl for a janitorial service at 1906 Lake hill Crescent. 71 05J Mr. L. Svrcek to establish home occupation phone service onl for servicing Motorola radio system at 2606 23 Avenue South. 71 056 Mr. W. Jacobson to estab is a home occupation office for a accountant and tax consultant at 102 20 Street South. 71 069 R Rittenhouse to establish farm machinery dealership at 421 3 Street Norlh. 71 070 R Rittenhouse to establish farm machinery rental at 405 33 Stree North. Any person affected by the said de cision may appeal such decision to th Development Appeal Board by delivo ng either personally or by Rcqlstere Mail, statement of the grounds t appeal to reach tlie Office of the Cil Clerk In the City Hall not later ha February K 1971. T. Kanashiro Development OF THANKS ELHARD I would like thank my doctors, and the staff on Second Floor at St. Michael's Hospital for the good care; also thanks to all who visited, cards, gifts and flowers, am helped my family during mj stay in hospital. J. D. (Doris) Elhard 4491 JONES We wish to ex press our sincere thanks to the nurses of the Municipal Hospi 4 tal, Lethbridge, for their kind ness shown to our beloved wife and mother during her lengthj illness; also many thanks tc our many friends and relative, t for the visits, cards, flower and gifts. Our sincere apprecia tion to all our friends and rela e lives for their cards, flora i tributes and messages of sym pathy, during our sad bereave ment. A special (hanks to th ladies who supplied and serve; lunch; also to Rev. Daisley, th choir, organist and pallbearers Ken and Mary. trust company offers you more retirement Ji plans than Royal mist, _ .c j ,_ Our Guaranteed Investment Receiptspayahighfixedrate retirement-income through oflnteresL ssssf debentures and preferred Our M Fund (Mortgages) puts Our C Fund (Canadian your savings into first Investments) lets your dollars mortgages negotiated by grow as Canada grows. Royal Trust on a wide basis. A combination of any or all B3 TniCf of these. And, with all our iff lYUj Ol 11 U3 Your money works at Royal Trust. 3GvdDlaycS. come and see how our plans add up for you, TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of WILLIAM GRANT late of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 28th day of December, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav Ing claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersiqnec by the 22nd day of March, A.D. 1971 a full statement of their claims and o securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON AND WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 301 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of BARTOL SOKOLIC late of Taber, In the Province o Alberta, who died on the 26th day c January, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav Inq claims upon the estate of the obov named must file with the undersigne solicitors by the 15th day of March A D 1971' a full statement of thei claims and of securities held by them RICE, PROWSE, MACLEAN BABKI Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building Lethbridge, Alberta 3 Solicitors for Kate SokoltC, NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of MABELLE LUELU BRYANS, late of the City of Leth bridge, in the Province of Alberta, wh died on the 30th day of December A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav Ing claims upon the Estate of the abov named must file with the undersigne by the 32nd day of March, 1971, a fu statement of their claims and of secur c tics held by them. d" DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON J AND WILLIAMS n Barristers and Solicitors 201 Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executor. 9 TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of STEVE SMETANY n late o< the City of Lethbridge, in th Province of Alberta, Retired Farme who died on the 31st day of Octobe TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav H ing claims upon the estate of the abov i named must file with the underslgne Solicitor by the 15th day of Marcl A D. 1971 full statement of the claim and of securities held by the FT JOHN VASELENAK, QC Suite D. Metcaife Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitor for Executors Stephe Joseph Smetany and Marina Smetany. 7 ;