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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Kuril Siiiiwilon, tluaioldi Muililul In a sudden e.spul- husband of Princess Margaret, sion from lier native Greece has undergone an operation in I.ail.v Amelia Kirn London for what wa as a ailment 'scribed Doclors Inning she is ill, has no home Canada "are going through a money, and needs lime lo or- rather difficult period." Slate said he was gelling along fine, ganize her fight against Ihe Secretary William Rogers says, 'r's optimistic about Ihe fit Canada-U.S. relations in 'difficult period' W A S II I X (i TO N iCP) with each clher as Can-1 The lengthy question-and-an- linited Slates relations vvilh I ada and (he United swer ir.ierview m the currint Tueldoy, November 16, 1971 THE LEIHBRIDOE HERAID 15 snt over yd says slayer's lawyer Details of disclosed. FiremVn in sion II a m i 11 o n won Clans li year because of t si cipients of gills in i I n s Chief Svil .M i of (In Sill flcel-S'tom Cm I fin dip n I men! said il was decided to the fom u n i hi piou cause firemen had i (c c criticism d om o m K, while others .-.old ihci hampers lo bnv liquor A while mi; diserimin ilirn Columbus, Oh was denied remal of nient bci m i ol hi i ut Paula M inn (onlc d the suil si i i n i rent the uln ml In usi dl other ten ml ol I] h nldm u'a! and one independent and on the West Coast was im- i viclctl of (1'.vmB assassinate posed from Ihe con- 'hf Gl'cok premier. tral government the RCMP. The United Plates iraditioll has been one of grass i oots de- mocracy, where citizens do not hesitate to take power into their own hands, if they feel their liberty is threalencd. "Th i s tradilion explains the never have accepled a similar ,lf disposing of th measure in their own country. ieresls in firms which do hnsi- "e ness with the provincial gov- Jasper bijjger ill an Bani'l Struck car JASPER ,CPi The popu- f haven t issued a formal j latim, of lhis resoli rcquesl or se a rigid deadline in has but. my niimslcr are in he pro- creased bv in ,h fi of phasmg Ihemsclves on! ,ears. Tllc ,971 the is lyt MLLAM iCPi .Inn ilcrson. .10. of Killain. was kill- their various businesses.' sd w-hen struck by a car on Mr. Lougheed resigned his I about 125 persons more than Highway near Killara, 85 corporate posts after first win- i Banff Alberta's other mountain miles northeast of Red Deer, ning a legislature seat in 1967. I resort town HURON ERIE SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY 1864 1872 THE HURON ERIE an '883 Sbe and loan and Savings Co, 1898 THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY 1915 4juron anb (Ifvie ani) fallings 1893 THE HURON AND ERIE MORTGAGE CORPORATION 1914 THE QNADA TRUST 1950 CANADA TR UST HURON I. R I I 1957 1964 1968 LAKESHQRE ROAD fASl. OAKVILLE. ONTARIO 1963 Canada Trust 1971 We've come a long way with you. IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 Avenue South Telephone When twenty-live pioneer businessmen nici above AlacHc's store back in London, Ontario, in 186-f, and started tiie company that is now Canada Trust, it is doubtful they could have predicted the tremendous growth and changes thai have since occurred. Over the years our customers have helped us become one ol the foremost members of Canada's linancial communily, wnh branches coast to coast than any other trusl company. This growth and change is most evident when you consul: ihe numerous symbols and signs thai have idcmilicd us over the years, and how they have evolved. Sometimes they changed because tastes in design changed; sometimes they changed because now printing processes made change possible; sometimes they changed because we had simply grown, liven though one of our names i- Huron liric and sllhough we merged with Waterloo Trusl and llaiton Peel Trust; these names hardly rcllcct our national ch.iracicr. arc, in spirit as well as in fact, Canada Trust. Now we arc introducing a new symbol and color scheme In [viler relkvi Tins. You sec the symbol in this advertisement, and you will soon be seeing it on the exterior of our branches and on ibc many dillcrcnl printed forms that arc necessary for a large >vrporaiion. hope you'il remember that it's not so much a break with the past, as it is the continuance of a tradition. A tradition thai has seen continual change and adaptation since before Confederation, not only in our-signs, but in the way we do a hosl of other things in order KI serve you better. ;