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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, July 3, Suffield demonstrators protest war activities Canadian Forces troops watch 60 demonstrators at Suffield Sunday Carlv Stewarl director Wlioop-Up Trail film produced here MARLENE COOKSIIAW Herald Stuff Wrilor The Whoop-Up Country Chap- ing Ihc trail by Pat Sanderson of Sunburst. Montana: Wilbur Werner of Cutbank, Montana; Leo Elicit of Milk River and tor of the Hisloria1 Society of Alberta completed a film til- led Remnants ot Ihc Whoop-Up Trail. The production. minutes 10 j (rail, marking it with seconds in Icnglli. was filmed where it was visible, by Carly Stewart, 1003 23rd St. N Mr. Stewart is employed in the graphics department of Xoble Cultivators Lid. in ford. and is second vice-presi- dent of the LethbrideX' Histori- cal Society. The film look Mr. Stewart more than a year to complete, and covers the trail from Fort Whoop-Up to Fort Benlon. some oi which "is still visible but most is plowed under." To make the SGOO IGmm color film with an optical sound track required an estimated hours, said Mr. Stewart. "I put more than miles on my car. all on back roads." The trail was mode about 1B68 nnd used until 1002, he said. "It iras used mainly as a trail to carry whiskey to the Indians until the Mounties came. Then wagons carried mail and Pete Pederson of Fort Benton. The first three men were dis- trict leaders of Boy Scouts in and camped on the stone Mr. Pederson is a soil con- servationist and provided Mr. Stewart with aerial view maps of (he area. Mike Cleaver, former news director of CJOC-TV gave the commentary for the film, and splicing and editing was dcMe by Howard Stevenson, CJOC- TV photographer. Mr. Stewart also organized a 35 mm. slide collection with a cassette tape commentary. There is a collection of pictures received from the historical society in Helena, Montana and the Glenbow Institute in