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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta VETERANS GATHER First World War velerans, from left, Sam Robinson, Ev Hall, Hugh McGlochlin and Jock Griffiths attend the recent anniversary mceling of the Foremost branch, Royol Canadian Legion. Tagg Pholo Tuesday, April 15, 1972 THE LETHBfllPGE HERALD 3 iph Transport sold to Beazers IIONS LIFE MEMBERSHIP Arniond A. Ncddow, T V a lilp in the Forl Madeod I Club fioni prcsfdc'il Joe A. Jordan. Mr. has 33 ycari' perfect attendance in the club, RAYMOND (HNS) llaljih Transport lias been sold lo the Bearer Brothers firm of Card- slon. The sale of the transport business was announced by Al- bcrt (Mutt) Ralph, tlic'man who 49 years ago purchased a firm that was only a large truck. An all-weatlicr call was built on the chassis and Ralph Broth- ers were in the transport busi- ness operating between Ray- mond and Lcthbridge. The transport business was only one part of Lije business as the four brothers: George, Fred, and Casey; ran a dray business in town, farmed south of Kavmond and had cat- .ic District News Lose TABEIl (HNSI Legal ac- tion in connection with the bankruptcy of n [.ethhridge firm is being taken by tlie trustees of Taber sclmol divi- sion on behalf of students oE the Vauxhall High School. Parents and students of the Vauxhall school are out of poc- ket some paid in advance to the firm for school jackets which probably never will he supplied. While the board was not res- ponsible for placing the orders, an obligation to nssisl was agreed on by Ihe trustees, and the filing fee of will be paid by the division. UCW meets NEW DAYTON April meeting of the United Church Women was held at the home of Mrs. Jim Ross recent- ly with six members present. Devotion was given by Mrs. Alice Gorrill. It was entitled "Have You Given Your Best" and was taken from Matthew Chap. 7. Verse 14. Six bandages, knit by Mrs. Kitty Kent, will be sent to the Leper Hospital at Angola. A Mother's Day Tea was planned for May 13 from to 5 p.m. Mrs. Stewart Skeith present- ed the introduction to the study of "Africa." The May meeting will be at Mrs. Don Skeith's with roll call involving used magazines and pockutbooks for the Lcthbridge jail prisoners. Plan earrn TABER (HNS) Taber School Division No. 6 is seeking suggestions for the design of a suitable cairn to mark in mem- ory the place where (he now demolished Central elementary school was located. The board approved a rec- ommendation from building and maintenance chairman CA. Weekes Mrs. Joyce iMullin of llids- bury, we salute you! Word comes to this little Scouting column that for 15 years you served the commu- nity as an Akcla. Such was the excellence of your service that you were awarded the Silver Aconi at a community social evening Mon- day nighl. Didsbury has every reason to be proud of this fine commu- nity servant. Klatlands district Scouters plan well ahead and the result is ACTION. Planned for May 13 or May 27 is an alternate date is the annual CYCLATHO.N'. The district annual meeting is set for May 19. Friday, June 2, is the date of Ihe Cub Bicycle Hoadco with plans set by .Mis. .lean Schnell. That evening the Cubs will be guests at a Scout Campfire on Scout Island north of Taber. Scout groups will hold a two- day camporee on the island ,lune 2 and 3. Good going, Flnl- lands Scouters. Hand Hills Scouters also know what Cubs like. Recently plans were made for a Cub-A- Hce to be held June 4 at Moth- er's Mountain south of Delia. More than 200 Cubs from Ruin- scy, Manna and Delia, as well as others, will take part. The eyes of the Scouting world are on the 1st Sparwocul Wolf Cub Pack. It has grown from the original 24 boys in- vested by Akela Gordon Jan- gula to 32 hoys at presnet. Venturers, Scouts and Cubs are all keen nature observers. The department of biology, University of Calgary, is ask- ing for watchers lo report gulls with two colored plastic bands on each leg. Sometimes other parts of the plumage are painted. Please note the color of the painted plumage and the color of each ribbon, noting, too, on which foot it was tied. Also, please keep your eyes open for burrowing owls on the prairie, rather a rare bird now. Reports on gulls and owls will be personally answered by D. V. Wcscloh. Thanks, fellows! Here we arc again in the Foot- hills Hospital at Calgary. What a strange place to go camping! The funny thing about this trip is thai we're in the same bed and the same ward as last year. To be welcomed by the hos- pital crew is something to he really thankful about. To an old medic with iodine and bandages in his blood, lliis is the life! Happy hunting! These Arc The letlibridgc Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area NATAl, B.C. PAUL CHAIA P.O. Box 287 LOMOND MRS IEONARD CHASt Gsnernl Delivery CARD5TON MRS. CATHERINE HULL............General Delivery COWLEY CLARENCE WEEKES P.O. Box 7 STAVELY MRS. VIOLET ClANCY Box 52 Conlact these peopln lor your Nflwi or Classified Advertising Mrs. Dorothy Dick that such a memorial he established, using the headstone wilh the year inscribed thereon which had been located over Ihe school's south main entrance. tie on the Milk River ridge country. Each was successfully op- erated until they sold their holdings and retired. The transport business was the last to KO. Some years apo, when (he land was sold, Butler Nalder and Uoyd Ralph joined Mr. Ralph in (lie transport husiness. During the years Mr. Ralph and his associates have worked up an enviable reputation for good service in all kinds of weather, over dirt roads then gravel, and hard surfaced high- ways. During all those years there were few storms so severe the transport did not make its trip. Looking back over the years Mutt Ralph, who has always managed (he transport part of the family business, had this lo say: "Wo had a job to do and we did it to the best of our ability. When we made the de- cision to sell we looked for someone who would carry on with Hie same service we have tried lo give (he public. We are salisfiecl we have Ihe right pco- 1 pie in the Bcazer Curling banquet NATAL (HNSJ The Fiscoe Foresters Curling Club of Spar- wood recently concluded curl- ing activities for I he season with a banquet. ,mri rljmcc in llin Nalnl Curling Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEW! CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vemun Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Plione Sbl-ll Discover Canada E in Canadian vacations FOREIGN CAR (LETHBRIDGE) LTD, Corner 3rd Ave. and llth St. S. PHONE 328-9651 Before Datsun came io Canada, wo gol lo know the country prelly well. We studied the driving conditions, we talked to the people. We found out what cars in Canada have to be. They have lo be economical, dependable; they have to handle well, winter or summer. We found out lhat people want cars that can be serviced anywhere they drive in Canada and that's why we have 270 dealers and huge parts warehouses right across Ihe country. We asked, and now we know. And that's how we can build Datsuns that feel right al home here cars you can feel right at home in. Standard or automatic... come home in a Datsun. Take this entry form la your participating Dalsun Dealer and lesl drive a 1972 Oalsun Choose your own Canadian vacation n n n n n TEST DRIVE VALIDATION Compfrto contrrt nifos srs at flit G. AND S, SALES AND SERVICE LTD. CARD5TON FARM SERVICE LTD. 437 Victoria St., Box 645 124 Main Si., Box 820 BLAIRMORE, ALBERTA TEl. 562-2134 CARDSTON, AIBER1A TEt. 653-3346 HENKER FARM EQUIPMENT LTD. 4419. HI. Si. W. CLARE5HOIM TEl. 234.3110 TABER CHINOOK SERVICE 5332-46th Avn. TEt. 223-3063 HARRY'S AUTO SERVICE LTD. 2111 -20th AVE-. _ Box 270 COAIDAIE m, 145.30W ;