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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta M, IHt LtTHHIOOl KBtALD 3 Henrie, 92, Plans Open House April 25 COUTTS Ellis Cole- man Henrie, Cardston district >ioneer, will be celebrating his U birthday with an open house ca April 25 at his (arm near Mr. Henrie is in fairly good betKh, walks a good deal each day and enjoys talking about the "good old days." A tew years ago'ha appeared ia the National film Board film, The Whiskey Gap Story, which was made ia that area. Born at Manti, Utah, April 24 117S, Mr. Henrie came to Can- ada by covered wagon, at the age of n. He crossed the In- ternationa! Border from Mon- tana, at Immigration Gap, an camped in what vat then the North West Territories. During the first year in Can- be worked .on the irrigation canal at Rimball and freighted umber by wagon from Foil Mac keod to Cardstoii. In 1 SCO he took a homestead our miles from the U.S. border n the area later to become oonii Taylorvilte aixl has ved continuously on lire same homestead lor 70 years. DANNY BAKU CHECKS WITH MYINA KUHL RORY OJXOUN TOM BAD-MAN TAiKS WITH FRIENDS Elks Walkathon Raises 900 Mrs. Tagg Attends Parley FOREMOST (Special) Al- most was rasied by Fore- mat His Widkathon staged at Foremost recently aid of re- pairs to the ice mating plant It the Foremost arena.. On a dear, calm .day with the temperature retching the tipper 508, 13S walkers set oat Tsej were bossed to -a point SO west of the town and they had to weft back. As with previous efforts the majority of the wafters though ft was da- _ to notice that the teenagers were once again conspicuous by their absence. The hockey players in particu- lar are primary users of the ice. Whfle the majority of wafers began at around a.m., fish sod wifcfife officer. Tom Bale- man was forced for business to start .earlier. -He 1 lonely quest at a.m and completed the walk in six hours. It FINISH Of the US starters 89 com- pleted the full twenty miles. Fwtest finisher was 11 year oid Rory Calhoun, a grade 5m studeid at Foremast School. His me was four hours. A remarkable performance as turned in by a grade four girl, Jackie Bulb who complet- ed the distance n under four and a half hours. Raymond Mitt Rate Is Steady RAYMOND (HNS) The mayor1 and town council struck He mm rate, holding it to the tame rate as last year, 75 roffis with the business rate 20 mills. There will be some change hi the distribution. Last year the Attribution was municipal pur poxes, 24; public and separate school, 18; School Foundation Plan, 28; hospital benefit plan, 4; municipal hospital, 1. The province has deleted the hospital tax for the current year and Warner County has reduced its supplementary req- uisition. These were the two factors which made It possibl to bold the mill rate. The third factor wiU be care in spendin during the year, Mayor Lyman Jacobs stated. A pemSy.of eight per. cm was set on current taxes not paid by July 1. First adults to finish were Charlie Luca and George Karl. Travelling together they made it in under five hours. .Youngest 20-miler was Kim Waftnan, a grade one student She was. not the youngest com- Wrenthon Youths Attend Conference petitor Uotmu. Several very ouog children walked part of e by Matthew Kab- jama aged loir, who walked gbt miles. It was rumored that be then quit because his tamer school. principal Yosh abayama, was tired! A new departure was the f buii more than 400 spuuaun nsitead of the walk- i themselves doing it- A voi- Bteer force worked throughout >e following day to assess the amounts, due. By LEETA WHll'ROW HeraU WRENTHAM young leople from Wrentbam were among 400 who gathered at Mis- soula, Moot recently 'for a young people's conference. .T' The conference ts sponsored t.y the1 Association and beH .twice year either in Montana of Al- berta. The theme for the' conference was' "Nothing Is Impossible." This was developed by Car Bands Perform TABER Fourteen building were approved during March by the Tabef mu- nicipal planning commiRrion and four development applica- liore were tabled, one being referred to the town council. Only two of the boMng per- 3uts were of major be others ranging from to covering a vide variety of repairs and renovationE. New residences were ap- proved for Henry Baumstark at 4631 50th Are. and for'Beaver Lumber Ltd. at 509 55th St. Total of building permit ap- in March for three plications approved wat and months For the same periods last year the. were and Development Ned were for Chinook Service changing use to include auto sales, Carlo BrizmeDo to estab- bHsh a car wash at SIX 46th Ave. (highway and Valentine R. C. Morgan for removal of an existing bouse and building of a new residence at 6007 52nd 9 Referred to council was an application by Mn. F. Miner to set op a trtfler court north e Sfia Are. in the industrial park Council act aland price of 000 per acre for the 1.5 acres leojufleJ for the development. Ketbersade of St; Mr. for bar- nooy among 'Christians' hat jrought him --to, western Can- ada on several speaking engage- meats. 'Focr young people from Tsber herns Ingram, 'Joyce Peters John and. Gordon joine shortcomings, that of limited Seagram's Five Star outsells all other whiskies in Canada. How come? Easy taste and easy to look at, Plus the Seagram name and quality. Go prove It for yourself. That'sthe easy part. The easy whisky. Itt- He uid k a sborUerm pprMch to a uiobtem and hfflopg other ttunga did not rec- ignrce 'the uionei among the In spraku-ig aumeiutng the ac- coroptifbineBtfl of the Unifann irganuabonft. ber ZMBuoaed tbe results gained regarding rural electrification rates. Alberta has he highest rate per kilowatt lour of any province in Canada, that of more than 2'A cents, Seek atchewan, 2.22, Manitoba, 1.7 with an over-all Canadian charge of 1.45. Before speaking of tbe new organization Unifarm as' deriv- Ing its name from the words, anted Mr, Babey toacbad on tha topic of inflation which, be Mid, is caused larftty and eren (hough miatakes would bt made, the fanners paid for them so they should be entitled o make them. the rotate plans of Unifara nil- empbaftte product exten- and pioiuotioD and tha de- velopment of a sobd marketing Vsry coDTMiKfit to tt card buying bot more cxpcnvtve the Met of prowMlog 'the account addod to the oj the artidt. Babey confntulated the focal on lit mrm- ber of life membeiswui wtbcE the largest of any am. He Mid the Unffsrm orfanlt abon an opportunity for people cooperate and make decisions and not that unity was already achieved hi whai was done, but created opporton- Ity, that such ess be atrieved He itrteaed that barfain- iag ibooU at A vote of tbarJa was extend- ed by the local president, Roy Vebon, and lunch was served to bose present from Readymade, Rayroohd, Wrentllam and surrounding dis- KVMpVS Room Ccrptt tame vi Outdoor fibrt with rubber back. M.ol for riirnpili 4 olofi only. MATEKIAl OmT 4-41 M. YD. Rmktoki WrlOfNO MATDOAlt Cwntr trt Art, mt 17ffi Sf. J. MWM 317-3777 ;