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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta i' A L 1 I RD Bows Out SPARWOOD (HNS) The RD1SK will wind up its administration of the urban renewal project here at the end of the year. The KDEK board recently passed a motion that its partners in the scheme, the federal and provincial governments, bo notified that it will attempt to complete the scheme by the end of ths year, but will no longer administer it. This is the RDEK plan, even if relocation of residents of Natal to Spanvood is not completed. If the relocation is not complete, and if no other agency takes over those left in the old area will just bs left where they are, as far as the KDEK is concerned. It will have spent three years on the project. Councillor Tabor of Spar-wood opposed this step, voting against tlie motion. EVICTION'S The matter came up when the board's administrator, Frank Bertoia, reported that 41 eviction notices had been prepared for service during June to residents of Natal. The residents are living in houses that have been bought by the RDEK. They ara paying a nominal rental fee until suitable accommodat ion is available in Sparwood, according to the terms of reference of the project. At the last board meeting Mr. Bertoia reported there were 76 new homes in Spar-wood still unsold and the residents of Natal had shown a reluctance to move. The board had supported his Intention to deal with the problem as quickly as possible, rhe eviction notices, which are to be served in June, will re-quira residents of Natal who are renting from Hie RDEK to vacate their homes by the end of July. Director Maurice KUnkham-mer, Mayor of Cranbrook, in recognizing that some residents were holding out for more money on their property, stated that a fair market price ia all that can be given for property in the project area. Director George Fedo r e k said he felt a letter should be sent to the District of Spar-wood and have it explained hat our administrator should wt havs to take public abuse Tom a councillor who obviously doesn't understand the UP CROW Whatever possessed a crow, one of the most intelligent of the avion species, to build its nest on this telephone pole is one of the oddities of nature. With a grove of trees only several hundred yards away, the bird preferred the monotonous hum of telephone wires, a railroad track on one sida and a highway on the other, midway between Woodhouse and Claresholm. The nest was a spectacle to passers-by for eight days before it was removed by the telephone maintenance department. Cesar Burf Edmonton, Mr. and Mrs. Reed and Sheila of Barons, Hr. and Mrs. George Coutts, Vfr. and Mrs. Yo Nishinura and Thelma, Allan Smith, Leth-jridge, Ray Courtman, Calgary, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Reed, jethbridge, Mr. and Mrs. E. Jorgenson, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Jorgenson, Mrs. Hilda Jorgen-son, Mr. and Mrs. H. Jorgenson and family and Mr. Jorgenson ing Anniversary Mrs. A. Jorgenson and family, Granum. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgenson were married June 13, 1945, at Victoria, B.C., and have one son, Brian, and two daughters, Madeline of Calgary and Mrs. Warren (Jacouie) Davis of Valerie Hir Two Scholarships STIRLING (HNS) The Alberta Federation of Home and Schools Association Incorporated has announced that the Dr. George W. Kerby Grade 9 scholarship has been awarded to Valerie Hirsche of Wins And Medal The association presents this award annually to the student receiving the highest marks in Grade 9 departmental examinations in the province, excluding the cities of Edmonton and Calgary. Miss Hirsche Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hirsche of Stirling and has received all her schooling here. She was also awarded the Governor General's Medal for the County of Warner and the Stirling school board's annual scholarship. Showers ETZIKOM (HNS) The Faith Sacred Heart Women's League recently made plans for two coming showers and tablecloths were to be purchased for guests to sign at these showers. It was decided to hold bridal showers in conjunction with the Hoping Women's Institute in the future. Executive for the ensuing year includes president, Mrs. Math (Dorothy) Harty; vice-president, Mrs. Charles (Lyla) tJerbst; treasurer, Mrs. Ronnie (Bern ice) Harty; secretary, Mrs. Frank (Joyce) Harty; spritual convener, Mrs. M. Scherer; correspondent, Mrs. Joseph (Margie) Mitzel; sick committee, Mrs: John (Rose) Harty and Mrs. Anton (Phyllis) Sarty and church care, Mrs. Tony (Barbara) Kanig SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLER! FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT 509 6th Avenue South Phone Bible ETZIKOM Women's Missionary Society held its meeting at the home of Mrs. Arnold (Clara) Stromsmoe recently with 11 members present. Bible study was based on St.. John, 15. It was presented by Mrs. Milton (Mary) Eckstrand with Mrs. David (Marilyn) Shauf leading the prayers and Mrs. Maurice Erdman reading several prayer letters. It was decided to order Bible lessons from Three Hills. The next meeting Is scheduled to take place at the home of Mrs. John (Myrtle) Schmidt, INCREDIBLE IRRIGATION SALES Celebrating Our Most Successful Year In Canada FINEST IN THE FIELD Power units are fully pro-serviced, backed by factory warranty and service. Immedi- ate delivery while they last. IRECO THE COMPLETE IRRIGATION CENTRE See Your Local Ireco Distributor 1 For As Much As You Need. SPEEDROU SYSTEMS, MAIN LINE, HAND SETS, PIVOTS, POWER UNITS Striving To Supply Your Urgent Needs IRECO INDUSTRIES INC. 711 4th Ave. North, Lethbridge Box 446 Phone 327-1188 Roundup of District News j iKuTK.rs; tD) Softball Chosen NATAL (HNS) Under the volunteer efforts of John Walmsley, Softball for the school children began recently with about 240 children in- volved. Sparwood now has a firemen's team, a team of elec- tricians from Kaiser and a women's team. Pie Sale Held NATAL recent pie sale raised funds for the Spar- wood Centennial project. Mrs. Doug Morgan, chair- man, reported the take-home- supper and pie sale netted the sum of The remaining money-raising activity prior to the celebra- tion days of June 20 and 21 will be the sale of punch boards. Aid Bud Dorsey ETZIKOM (HNS) About 24 supporters .attended a recent council meeting at Foremost in order to present their case in regards to the building of a road for Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dorsey. The committee in- cludes Glen Lee, Arnold John- son, Julius Jurkat and Hon Harty. It was decided that the road in question should be built for these oldtimers. Councillors will present It to the public at a later date. Seek Access TABEE (HNS) A request from the Town of Taber to the department of highways for an access from Highway 3 to re- cently annexed property south of the highway and west of 50th St. will receive consideration by department officials. Mayor Arthur H. Avery, re- porting to council on his visit with Minister of Highways Gor- don E. Taylor last week, said that while there was sympathy to the need for access to pro- mote development of the area, there was little favor for cross- ing the median with an access. Allison Retires PINCHEK CREEK (Special) Lewis H. Allison of Allison's Groceteria haa retired after 38 years as owner and operator of the business. Mr. and Mrs. Allison intend o stay in this community where he was born and raised. Mr. Allison has been vciy ac- tive in the community and civ- ic affairs. Lodge Is Grateful ETZIKOM (HNS) The Etzikom Community Club held its meeting at the home of Mrs. John (Annetta) Dorsey with 19 members and one guest pres- sent. A letter was read from the Pleasant View Lodge at Bow Island in regards to the pre- serves presented to the lodge several weeks ago. It was reported the South Union Cemetery sign letters have arrived and Richard Heit- rick will assemble them. It was decided tire nu'th members will be caring for the north ceme- tery and the south members will care for that cemetery. Grave markers will be pur- chased in the near future. It was also noted someone has removed the black marble marker that was placed in 1919 for Laura VanWald. All this marker will be relumed in the near future. It was decided to make a friendship quilt with Mrs. Hil- mer (Katie) Halvcrson in charge. A smorgasborg and bake sale will also be held some time in November. The next meeting is sched- uled for July It al the home of Mrs. Val Wiggell. THURSDAY, JUNE 18 12 Noon to 9 p.m. FRIDAY, JUNE 19 12 Noon to 9 p.m. SATURDAY, JUNE 20 9 o.m. to 6 p.m. See Demonsfrufion of latest CAMP STOVES PICNIC STOVES It's a special event! Special factory representative will be here to demonstrate the famous Colcman "Oiiiinp Pals" that assure you and your family men fun at lat cost on any outing. LANTERNS See How To Save Money On Your Vacation Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June IS, 19 and 20 Demonstration Days Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.! Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 Saturday 8 a.m. lo 6 p.m. GIGANTIC SPRING SPRING DRESSES Sv Wools, Fortrels, Crimps, Orient. Junior and Sins. Reg. Values to 55.00 5 10 SPRING COATS WOOLS, TWEEDS, CAMEL HAIRS. Broken Sizes REG. TO 69.95 SAIE 4 ri.gg PRICED ......I DOOR-OPENING SPECIALS! SKIRTS SLIMS JACKETS BLOUSES TOPS JUMPERS Values to 14.95 DOOR OPENING SPECIALS SCARVES and PETAL HATS PERFECT FOR SUMMER V FOR V V 2-PCE. BUCKSKIN SETS FRINGE VEST AND SKIRT 2-PCE. MACHINE WASHABLE SUITS 100% Fortrel Sizes 10 lo 18. Reg, value 20.00 tt SALE PRICED I All Fashion colors Reg. 39.95...... CLOSED All DAT WEDNESDAY OPEN THURSDAY a.m. til p.m. 509 4th Ave. South Ph. 327-26S5 ;