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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Business Re mew New Board Packs Quite A Wallop IRVING C. WHYNOT Press Bttuwss For u outfit without any eflt- eial pwwr, the prices and in- oanmissJoo is throwing quite a punch. It bete of course, that the eommusioa to the full weight day's circumstances, canno last too long and will have littl or no effect 'Aithout the co-ope atkn of' labor and govei ments." 24. IMf UTHIRIDOE HIRAID -11 Trims Forces On Europe Duty BUSINESS AS USUAl Jack Cunningham, his legs amputated, sits cm the sidewalk and sells pencils in front of Ihe Downtown Majl in Riverside, Col. Cunning- ham, who grosses about a.day, travels by bj> and stays in hotels on his sales route. has no home. He says he hasn't "slayed a week noploce'.for 10 years." WASHINGTON (AP) The United States trimmed its orces in Europe to about 300.000 men, the lowest level in years, the U.S. defence de- partment'says. This is lO.OOQ below the last official figure and the smallest U.S. force in Europe since 1930 when it stood at men. The newest reductions re- eled from streamlining cf sup- port and admiustrative persoo- lel, not by. trimming combat strength, authorities said. The last U.S. reduction of combat elements in Europe was n 1968 when two Army brigades and some other units were brought back, although these units technically remain ear- marked for NATO. Tiie United States has pledged rat to remove any more combat forces from Europe through mid-1971. U.S. Army leaders are known to oppose any substantial trim- ming of combat elements in Eu- rope, The generals do not be- lieve forces based in the United States could be put to immedi- ate use in an emergency situa- tion in Europe. A partial U.S. withdrawal from Korea, perhaps next year, is considered more likely thau ccmbat force reduclion in Eu- rope. The U.S. now has about H.OOO trccps in Korea, chiefly in two army divisions. INVESTIGATE OUR LEASING PLAN! Kuitnttt fifim, salesmen, and professional men am finding that leasing is a sound idea.' least A Brand New CHEVROLET, OLDSMOBILE, CADILLAC, CHEVttlE, MONTE CAXtO, CAMARO, EPIC, or certain CHEVROLET TRUCKS. For complete infoi motion BENY AUTOMOTIVE ENTERPRISES LTD. Boris Korefhenkov. Insurance and leasing representative 2nd Ave. and 8th Street S. Phone 327-3147 AGT, part of Trans-Canada Telepfam System After 6 p.m. All day Sunday, Between midnight and 6 on special Night Owl calls you dial yourself. Talkalittle Talk a lot Talk a whole lot more forawholelotless WHEN IXDNG DISTANCE RATES GO DOWN ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES LY1.E BOLL150N, PENHOLD CHARLIE LAWRENCE, DELIA RALPH COOK, RED DEER PICHARD MACKINNON. EDMONTON MRS. D. E. HOPPE. EDMONTON MARVEL MURPHY. EDMONTON ARNOLD DZ1WENKA. EDMONTON WILLIAM JACOBS. CALGARY DAVID FOREST. HIGH RIVER EDGAR BOUCHER. LAC LA BICHE WELDON'BRAD'SHAW, LANCASTER PARK FRANCES DAHL, LAC LA BICHE WILFRIED GIES. CALGARY BILL MITCHELL, LANCASTER PARK EDMONTON- MARY ANNE FISHER. EDMONTON FIORE FATA, EDMONTON M. L VAN G1STEREN, EDMONTON .MRS. GAIL CRAMER. EDMONTON R. DRYNYCH. EDMONTON MRS. ENID MITCHELL! RED DEER D. H. MACRAE. ENTWISTLE ;DAN.BACHOR. CALGARY SUSAN TAYLOR, EDMONTON STANLEY LAVALLEE. IAC LA BICHE QUINTAL-LAC LA-BICHE' RICHARD WILLIAMS. CALGARY'ELMER BUSENH'S. EDMONTON 1 MRS. MARIE WAITERS, ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE FRANCIS MALTAIS. EDMONTON MRS.'N. FFD'INA. .EDMONTON MRS. A. c. PALMER. CALGARY R. p. COSTELLO, CALGAFIY "NORMAN MITCHELL. CALGARY MRS. MARIE DOCKtN. CARNWOOD" LORRAINE POI.LOM, ST. PAUL, GERALD VILLENEUVE, EDMONTON ISAAC KLASSEN, CALGARY WILLIAM VANDER BURGH, CALGARY MRS. ELNA SCHWARTZ. MEDICINE HAT 2AHE DEDELUK. EDMONTON H. R. BOS, RED DEER VICTOR NELSON, EDMONTON GERRIT HAXZE. LETHBRIDGE G. E HOPCRAFT, ACME GARY COOPER, HIGH RIVER MRS. IRENE SMITH. ACME WILLIAM FLETCHER. CALGARY JIM CATHCART, EDMONTON WILLIAM KITZ, EDMONTON FRED CARPENTER. LETHBRIDGE MRS. HAZEL PRATT. LETHBHIDGE MRS. C. H. MARLA1T. EDMONTON MRS. KAREN SPENCEl CALGARY LEN BONK. EDMONTON j. MELLAN. CALGARY H.-F. STAMP, EDMONTON' A. WALTERS, EDMONTON PAUL TOTH, CALGARY GREG 1KACH. VETERAN D. Fi. LANOVAZ, SPRUCE GROVE IRV1N GRENIEB, ONOWAY DOUG PIKE, BENTLEY REG POTTER (21. BENTLEY MRS. MILDRED MALOWANY. EDMONTOH STUART SHURTLEFF MEDICINE HAT M. MCCOEY, CALGARY DONALD GRAHAM, LACOMBE RONALD ANDRFSS. CONSORT LAUHEL RICHARDS, BED DEER MRS. JOHN HIRSCH. MEDICINE HAT PAUL OWCHAR, HYLE GENE DARREL, BAHONS HENRY RUUD. LAC LA BICHE LARRY TREMBLAY, LAC LA BICHE PHILLIP HIOPEL, EDMONTON E. J. OUELLET, EDMONTON DONALD WOODROW. EDMONTON RALPH SCHATZ. CAMROSE ROBERT WALTON, SHERWOOD PARK ALLEN COSTULO, EDMONTON ALEX LAKUSTA. ST. PAUL DOUGLAS WING, EDMONTON P. R. CLARKE, i _ f- Lassie salutes Alberta's H ROBERT WALTON, SHERWOOD PARK ALLEN COST cash winners: MRS. S. LIONEL DESMARAIS, HINTON VRED KATHEDER, MEDICINE HAT LEONARD GOLBY, CORONATION CALGARY BETTY ANN DONALD, CALGARY NICK SEKELLA, LUNDBRECK DALE KENT, CALGARY PATRICIA DEKEYSER, CANMORE H. J. MILLEN, EDMONTON C. W. HERGOTT. EDMONTON MRS. IW FARKAS, CALGARY MATT STILES, EDMONTON ROGER PARE, EDMONTON WILLIAM TOWNDROW. PARADISE VALIEY HOWARD FLAIG, MEDICINE HAT JOHN TIMKO. TILLEY-R. PRECLAW, EDMONTON "MRS. DENNIS RYALL. EDMONTON MRS. H. DAVIS, RED DEER TOM NOSTERUD, TILLEY MARVIN REEVES, RED DEER MRS. LINDA MOW. EDMONTON JACOB HALMA. GF.ANFORD MRS. DOROTHY REGER, EDMONTON C. BARSIER, CALGARY CHARLES MCLAREN', CALGARY WILLIAM EWALD, CALGARY JIM DOBBYN, BALZAC H. H. LAWRENCE. PARADISE VALLEY EDWARD AUCOIN. CALGARY THERESA LALONDE. EDMONTON HENRI JOHNSON. GUY DANNY WOODEN, BYEMOOR VICK1 TETERS, CALGARY MRS. B. TREMBLAY, CALGARY FRANK DAY..EDMONTON FLORENCE FORTNER. SPRING COULEE MRS 'TONY GARTNER (2) DAYSLAND MRS'- DUNCAN' RED DEER AL ZOPF, EDMONTON LYL1A HUSHAGEN. EDMONTON ALVA FADDEN, RED DEER _ _ A. _ _ _ __ _J FATRICIA CARRIES, EDMONTON R. LAMARCHE. EDMONTON MaS' RUTH GROVEfl CALGARY HARRY DEACON. MIRROR MRS- FAYE PICKERING. EDMONTON R. J. REID, STETTLER TOM WYLIE. VULCAN CAN and thousands of Exoort m who IMUNTON JL.I DAVID ADAMS. CALGARY MILLIARD FISHER. DRUMHELLER MRS. A. P. S1MPKINS, CORONATION RACO, EDMONTON MRS. GORDON ANDERSON, CALGARY REDMOND FITZGERALD, RED DEER RUDOLF PETERSEN, WHITE COURT MRS. SHANNON DAVIS, EDMONTOH E. HANIAK. CALGARY ART BREE JASPER JUDIE MCLEOD, CALGARY O. KRISTIANSEN, BLUE HIDGE ROBERT OWENS, DRUMHELLER ROBERT CLARKSON, STETTLER A E. MOCK, CASH. That's what i smokers in Alberta and ail across Canada are finding in green packs of Export and Export And they're enjoying great Macdonald STAN LARSON, tobacco f lavour! DELIA LAVERNE SUMMERIIAYS, CANMORE JANICE MCKtNZIE, RED DEER M.W. KLEPPER. PENHOLD WERNER STAIGER, CALGARY JOHN ZYP, EDMONTON t.EO LEALAND, ALPEN SIDING DON GOLEM. LESLIEVILLE MRS. KIT HUGHES, BLACKF'ALDS JOHN STRUSKI, ATHABASCA MRS. WALTER JOHN GURNYV1LLE DENNIS FRANCE. ROCKY MOUNTAIN S. LENA OUELLETTE, GIROUXVILLE AL1AN RAIRDAN, CALGARY JAMES HULKOVICH, 'TETTLEB PYPER, EDMONTON Meet our latest wlnnvu Tom Booker Edmonton Daniel McKirri Edmonton The name of the game is cash Smoke Export and Winners will be required to answer a simptft maihematical skill-lesling qjostion. Lists of provincial winners sic available for inspection during business houfs at Macdonsld Tobacco Marketing 1116B Cantrt StrMt Calgary 41, ;