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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE Resources DepL To Boy 10.000 Acres For Stoney Indians Near Cochrane Coppock and Crawford Ranches Included in Reserve Addition OTTAWA. April es Minister Glen Saturday announc- ed his department had been auth- orized to purchase acres ol grazing and agricultural land for the Stoney Indians of Alberta. The addition to their reserve near Coch- rane. Alia., would include "the Cop- pock and Arthur Crawford ranches, both developed and well-eqaipped properties that will add greatly" to the ecoriomic stability of the band." An Indian affairs branch survey had reported that grazing lands of the Stoney inbe were stocked "be- yond carrying capacity" and more land was required urgently to pro- vide adequate feed for the bead of cattle on the principal means of livelihood for 650 of the SOO Stqneys in the province. Mr. Glen said the purchase money was being advanced by the federal government as a loan in perpetuity, with Indians reserving the right w pay it off as any time. Interest ai three per cent would be paid from water rentals. Under the terms of surrender, Mr. Glen said, the Indians had been -allotted ali lands to which they were entitled, but a large part of their reserve had a. low carrying capacity. The addition would pro- vide much-needed grazing and fod- der-raisiEg: land and would be in line with the policy of assisting the Indians to a position of self-sup- port. To the east of the present reserve, the Coppock ranch consisted of 7500 acres wiih under cultiva- tion. About acres were suitable for grazing and the enCre prooerty was fenced- The Crawford ranch adjoined it on the east asd uas similarly equipped with build- Ings and facilities for up-to-date ranching. "Like many other tribes in the prairie provinces, the Stoneys are excellent stockmen and their caule rank with the best ia Alberta." Mr. Glen said. fr rom ITCHING-BURNING') PILES! nofhinq about it b the for peraon to Canada, stiflenag from sore, itching, painful to try simple home remedy wub. tbo promise of a to refund the coat of the Sat package if you are not wtiafiod with, the mules. Sunplv to any druggist and a boulo of Hem-Roid and uae as directed. Hem-Ttaid is an internal treatment, easy and pleaaant to ygp and excellent results are quickly ahowtL. Itching end. soreness are re- lieved, pain subside! as the ixeannent continued the sore, painful pile tumors heal over leaving the rectal membranes ,-V.fT healthy. Get a bottle'of Hem-Reid today and for yourself trhar an easy, pleasant way this is to rid yourself of jour pile misery. NOTE Tie sponsor of this Botxf is an old. reliable firm dotn2 busmess in Canada orer 3O years. Hem-Boid must help your mnnoytnr and punfnl pile condition most do it qtzieklr, easily and pleasantly or your test of tnis remarkably successful fonuis cotU 7011 Bethisc- In it today. Pre-Mariiai Deal Fails, 75-Year-Old Farmer Kills Wife HARRISONVELKE. Mo., April 15 a husky, 75- year-old farmer who said he was afraid his wife was not going to live up to a pre-mantal "business confessed that he killed her as she slept at their farm home early Saturday, police said. Police said Rigdon's statement told this story: Mrs. Minnie Ritter Goodwin Pat- terson Hinkle Polger. 72. five times married, promisee him before their marriage that she would deed him 80 acres of her 360-acre farm near Harrisonville. open a joint bank account, and write him into her will to inherit all her property. After they had been married a month, his wife had failed to open the bank account and. had not given Rigdon the land. Named Prosecutor, Jap War Trials LOS "April Sugene D. Williams, chief of the department of justice lands division, was notified by the war department of his appointment as special pros- ecutor for former premier Hideki To jo and 19 other Japanese war crimes defendants. Painful, Pus Filled Boils the Cause of Much Misery If you Buffer from boils you know how rick and miserable they made you. feel. Boils are aa_ outward indication of impurities in the system, and just when you think you are rid of one another crops up to take its place and prolong your misery. All the lancing and poulticing you can do may not stop more corning. To help overcome boils you should purify the blood, BO why not grre that old, reliable blood medicine, Burdock Blood Bitters, a chance to show what it will do in helping you get rid of them? Thousands have used it for this purpose for the past 60 years. Why not you? Tie T. lEIbnm Co.; limited. Toronto; Out There's a Boom in Babies Maternity wards are busy places these days. Everywhere, proud fathers are hand- ing out cigars. and planning for the new expenses that must be met. Thinking, too, of the new responsibilities that are theirs something more than baby clothes, bassinets, prams and infant needs. In each father's hands is placed the sacred trust to protect that new fife and the mother against any eventuality. An Imperial Life Planr known as family Income" is especially devised to give family protection until the youngest child comes of age. If anything should happen to the bread winner, income is provided until the youngest child becomes self-supporting, following which a substantial cash legacy becomes payable to the mother. To all new mothers and fathers we say, We cordially See Your invite you to talk over your family's future Local with an Imperial Life representatiTe without Representatite cost or obligation to IMPERIAL LITE Further Check On Non-Essential Building Likely OTTAWA, April ty tfae reconstruction department may use its priority control to aa increasing extent to check Eoa- essential baiidmg was reported to- Such action would, to some ex- tent at least, counter-balance re- fusal o. municipalities to assume responsibility for determiaiEg which cocstruction projects are aos-es- senuaL The department gave ramjiapalJties that autfeornv by an order-is-council which en- PRICE CEILINGS SUSPENDED ON 12 CATEGORIES OF GOODS OTTAWA. April The prices board Sunday nijht announced suspension of price ceilings 12 catrxvrics goods Tarriaj front surgical and dental equipment to certain sea 'ocds. The suspensions were addi- tions to a list established Feb. t following an announcement by Prime Minister Mackenzie Klnj on price control policy. At thas ume Finance Minister i fflLPSSBS pr housing. The reconstruction department still has s continuing control in governlisg distribution of such gooes in short supply as steel, .soil pipe and other construction materials. Ivan Ivancvich Perplexed by U.S., OB. Fascists By ERIC DOWXTON MOSCOW. April reports of the acuviaes of what are described as fascist or- ganizations in Sritain the United States have perplexed, sur- prised and angered many Russians. Crdinarv Soviet citizens I have talked to in reeent days have been more outspoken and bitter In their comments than I have ever seen them before. Even when acrimonious debases raging in international coun- cil chambers these people talked politely abou; ordinary things, avoiding vexed political topics. But reports of the open activities of fascist groups hi Britain and of such organizations as the Ku Klux KlfT. m united States have focus- sed public attention on the mat- ter. Ivan John frankly suspicious. To him it is incredible that the great Allies who helped to smash fascism on the battleSeld should allow it to function openly. A Soviet jour- nalist said to me: TJon'c you understand that it Is hard for us to accept your word as to the integrity ol your inten- tions on other matters, much as we want to, when such things are hap- pening in England and To Ivan Ivanovich the whole busi- ness is sinister. He says so and wonders what is behind it alL end district's atteaapt to cancel the system's concession. J. IX Pcrrln of Winnipeg, home from a tour of Britain and France, said that gifts of food parcels br Canadians to friends in England will help to alleviate the food crisis in the United Kingdom, restrictions. Articles oa price calings J Mrs. Margaret Hendrte, TO, died is. are removed in the new order in- j hospital in Chatham. from, elude: burns and shock received when her Thermometers, barometers, mag- neeuc compasses, caskets and i c-og sleighs, dog collars! Fou, M 32; Raymond Robert Surgical and dental Instruments, i Davidson. 33: and Thomas' Siddalt.' Amcles produced from glass tub- 25 arrested ta Vancouver fol- ing, hut sot including containers lo-alcg the 20th safecracScing in t I for products for resale: cements as i city in the last ureeks. -el i fwHows: stove, roofing, linoleum; j 5 a j fertilizers and pesticides as fol-' Mrs. Marr Jane Fraser, 91, of sJxnal for general and lolirs: nunius, muck, roanure. sphag- Ottawa, vidov of John Fraser. for- would be if num mQSS- Peat moss: P Auditor-Genera! of unreasonable advances occurred, j OSBce suppbes; wooden or uphol- j Jwdce Allan Subsequently ceshngs lifted on; sferefi furniture. selected lists of other articles mf Industrial minerals when ground. OWMKL Caiemicals: essential oils and aro- matic chemicals, natural or syn- Production of coal in Canada irt January totalled tons, an increase of seven per cent over the total for the corresponding month of last year. IA.-CoL Gerald MJBJE., Royal Canadian of Victoria, has retired, years' service in the Canadian annr. Before the war he vac a and air surrey engineer. SLIM REGENCY BOWS IN adequate supply. Sunday's order removes ceilings oa a lengthy list of specific articles which include a wide range of of- fice supplies, custom-built furniture, a few minerals and chemicals, pol- ishes, razors, household articles of cast aluminum and electric light bulbs. Two types of maintenance and installation of electric wiring and equipment and removed from ceiling Cobra thetic, including menthol cam- died in a Esie Marks. 53 billed as the Woman" in a reptile show. ia Beach, f Calif, of rattlesnake bites suffered f during a performance. phor and oftscara baric. Foods: fresh or frozen, clam meat, oysters, shrimps, sturg- eon, roe. shad, skate -Rings, sword A Douglas DC-4 ash and tuna fish; canned abaloae plana in Santa Monica. Calif, clip- and canned shad and eels. i ped one hour and six minutes from equipment and accessor- f th; bes; crerious time for a, flight rles: all except golf golf, tennis from San" rlancisco to Australia. balls, articles of furniture, footwear, or articles chlefiy of fabric or yam. Highlights In The News A brown-haired -woman, aged ate. arid cousin of the late President Mrs. Mildred Morgan. 46. was beaten and burned" to death in her kerosene-soaked home at Washing- ton. Ind and her 63-year-old hus- band, Arthur, was found lying out- side with 11 axe wounds on his head. about 25. walked into a police sta- j Calvin Coolidge. j tton in Toronto and collapsed be- fore she could tell who she was or what she tranted. When she regain- ed consciousness in hospital several hours later, she could not remember her name or anything about herself. Says Alberta Cities Cannot Adopt Fast Time CALGARY, April The cos- flagration destroyed" 13.WO bales of _.. _ ada and further rationing be needed if consumers restraiiKd themselves from unrecessary pur- chases. salary he could draw in that posi- fion. The United Nations plans to ser- vice schools with news. Dr. Victor Hoo. assistant secretary general of the to New York. A two-hour fire In one of Liver- j cutaway and tight little waist of a pool's largest cotton, sorting Regency dandjr. See how handsome it is in this suit by Monte-Sano of NcvYork. Would a few pounds less let you Trear fashions like this? Then write Control a purse-sized guide with 63 reducing ssenus pianned for your own needs. These menus include Att-Bran because i t is guaranteed, on a double-your-CQOsey-back basis, to A conference of the New South "Wales branches of the Australian Association of Scientific Workers Fiorello H. La Guardia. director j urged sharing of atomic serrets ard general of the United Nations Re- deplored the arrest of Dr. Ravmond lief and Hehabiiitat iAdmnhStatn Boyer of McGill University. Mont- lief and Rehabilitation Adniinlstra- tJon. said in New York he was not accepting any of the a year. The professional institute of the Canadian Civil Service wound up its two-day annual meeting at Ot- tawa Saturday by passing a nura- keep you. regular naturally. And, being made only from the oultr layers of the, wheat, it is rich in cer- tain "protective" food elements your body must have, diet or no diet. No wpnder this delicious certal is served by nearly one out of every two families hi Canada. Order KeBogg's All-Brat today. To get the "Kfllozz Weiiht Cmiral cnc the box-top from the package; print your address and request on the cock and mail to Kellogg Co. of Canada. Ltd., London. Ontario. real, on charges of violating the of- flcial secrets act of Canada. An "emergency list" for ratings of the Royal Canadian Navy Reserve has bees established, navy head- quarters announced ia Ottawa. Sim- ilar to the retired list for officers, it will provide additional sources of trained manpower in case of em- ergency. Frederick Hoffmeister. retired erecting engineer and resident of Niagara FaUs, Oat., for the last 13 years, died fa hospital. ber of resolutions outlining its stand on matters of salary and working conditions in. the service generally. TJTnited States military govern- ment officials told former Presi- dent Herbert; Hoover ta Berlin, that old Gordon Jackson suffered lacera- there was not enough food in. the j tions and burns to his right hand A group of boys playing with a stick of "dynamite threw it into a bonfire a small ravine in Tor- onto with the result that 13-j ear- American zone of Germany "pro- curable from German sources to sustain life even ac starvation lev- els." Hya Ehrenberg; -well-known Soviet; writer, has arrived in Paris en route to the United States at the invitation of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. and both legs. Premier George Drew of and Premier Maurice Duplessis of I Quebec met recently to discuss the diversion of the waterpower of the j Ottawa river which separates the two provinces. TO HELP PREVENT CO IDS TAKE- Has? doctors asiee ttat colds are the iwaols of lowarec body resistance. To increese resistance to colda. these coctors reccmnaend the" healthful ties of Vitamins A and found 34 cCov's Tablets. Because clinical research proved that vitalmns work better in the presence of minerals, each Tablet also contains the essential minerals, to help you jret majcmzum vitamin benefit. Boy McCoy's Tablets today. If you're cot satisfied after taJjnjj oneboi, your money be refunded. BUT built on the McCoy's the oujpcal asd zenuus. At ali dreg; stares. Made by m London, Ontario Two burglars broke Into the Sed Cross offices hi Montreal ,inri es- Bruised and battered about the! caped with S1.500 worth of cigarets face and arms. Stewart Syland j destined for wounded and sick in subdued a heavier assailant follow- the hospitals of the armed services, ing a chase after he caught a prow- Pound unconscious by firemen In an upstairs room after flames swept their home in Westort, two Toronto ler ia his home in, Toronto. In hospital with a bad beating: and charged intent to commit an offence is Ernest Howards, 33. Meat dealers ia Sear York have reported that meat supplies were lower than they had been during the war. Miss Flora B. Coolidge. uho re- centlv celebrated her 105th birth- day, "died in Medford. Conn. Sha was an aunt of Arthur W. Coolidge. nresident cf the Massachusetts sen- eeitiasuseoasa icine Coffee icas intro- duced into Europe in 1615. Atfrslitwas sued largely as a medicine. IN THIS COFFEE Theare's fncndly stimulation in every fragrant cup of delirious Maxwell House. This world-famous coffee has extra jlazor extra smooth and satisfying body because it contains choice Latin-American coffees. And this superb blend is then "Radiant-Roasted" to bring out goodness. Make Maxwell House your regular coffee for all occasions. It's uays "Good to the Last ti' A af Gsrtrc! feeds Heed Office TORONTO Loco! Office in Metcnlfe Building, MH7J suburb. David Brunton, 14. and his sister, Wendy, eight, were re- vised by oxygen treatment. Leslie E. Dennison, 80, a printer who roved U.S. and fought in the Philippines, died in Boston. In 1914 he joined the Canadian army at Vancouver, Mrs. G. Scott, 62-year-old resi- dent of Toronto, died in hospital at Vancouver Sunday shortly after be- ing taken unconscious from a Ca- nadian Pacific Railuav train. Police said they believed Mrs. Scott was her way to Victoria to be married. The TJnlted States house of repre- sentatives Saturday deleted from the draft extension legislation a proviso which Rep. Cooley (Dem N.C.) had contended would give "ex- pectant fathers of illegitimate chil- dren" deferment from the draft. Garry Peter John Muntean. 13- months-old son, of 3ttr. and Mrs. Michael J. Muntean, died in hos- pital In Ottawa Sunday from burns suffered Saturday when the con- tents of a coffee pot spilled over him. Educational work directed at bet- ter citizenship in Canada, will be carried on by the Canadian Corps j Association. Maj. Davies. Tor- I onto. Dominion president, told an j executive meeting of the Bdzaonton, branch Saturday. A resolution urging the federal government to add a 20 per eery cost of living bonus to all unpaid balances of war service gratuities and re-esrabllshment credits, was passed by members of the South EQ- monton Branch. Canadian TEACHER WANTS TO KNOW WHY OUR CLOTHES NEVER LOOK THE REASON IS SIMPLE AS A-B-C I'VE LEARNED THERE'S NOTHING LIKE SUNLIGHT'S EURA-SOAPINESS FOR THOSE DEEP-DOWN DIRTY SPOTS! Quicker, Cleaner, Brighter Washes Ajj Over WITHOUT HARD SCRUBBING Wl Nouse Coffee A r.e-s- laboratory for the Iirsperia] j Oil Refinery in Calgary wsll be built shortly. With the sight of one eve already j i lost as the result of a freak acci- den a week ago, 14-year-old Garrv Moore of Calgary was speed- cd to the Mayor Brothers Clinic at Rochester in a bid to save him from i complete blindness. Garry wss hurt a week when frasroents of roc.% believed to ricocheted from uheel of a train peppered face ?nd head causing a frac- tared s'-mll. Chambers. S3, founder and president cf the British Columbia Cat Club ond interna- tionally-Known authority on cats, i collapsed and died suddenly in Van- couver A federal district court In Mex- ico City ruled that the Canadian- owned street car system in Mexico i Citv taKen over bv the governmtti; st request of emoiojeea. should v-c returned to pnvate management, j The court also suspended the fed-.' rn fU Yoa need Sunlight's sospiness for every wash-up job. grimy work clothes and washable out whiter, sweeter, brighter all over with quick-lathering Sunlight oa the job. Just a touch of Sunlight oa cuffs, hems, edges, collars wash the way you do. Sunlight's deep-cleansing suds do the hard -work. Sunlight's extra-soapy, grease-dissolving suds csean quicker, easier, dish- washing, too. And that big eco- coirsical cake of Sunlight lasts a long, long time! YOU'LL USE SUNLIGHT EVERYDAY FOR CLEANING A LEVER JKOOTXT A COMPLETt WASHING JOB, YOU CANT DO WITHOUT SUNLIGHT SPAPFRf ;