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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IH! UTH5RIDGI KEKA1D TrturHayi Mnich J6, K70 Slap In The Face Sticks SOUTH BE-VD, Ind. (AP) A in the [ace that Charles H. Kuhl has tried to forget lor 27 years is being replayed daily on' movie fereens across the continent. Kulil was the army private struck by Gen. George S. Patlon Jr. in a 'hospital in Sicily in VH3 him. "Now tJris 1 don't remember for sure, lie said, '1 don't know how a mother cou'.d raise such a sissy or a He told me to get back to my outfit. HIT IX FACE "Abo-jL that time he had a riding crop in ore hand a pair during the Second World War. :cf leather glovfs in the other The slap figures prominently j he-slapped me across Ibc face with them and told me lo get back lo my outfit. "So as I started out tire door of Ihe receiving lent, he booted me in the fanny. When I got oul in the area, they ted me in the litler bearers' tent until he left. "Afler he left, they took me back in and admitted me in the hospital and found out 1 had malaria." Fatten later apologized per- sonally. Patton was reSeved of his command of the 7th Army otter the slapping incident aixl in UK new movie I'atton. Kuhl hasn't seen the movie, in xvhich George C. Scott plays Fallen. Now M ami a floor sweeper al Berjfc Ccrp. in South Bend, Kuhl recalls that he was silluig in a hospital receiving lent awaiting admission when Palton strode in and walked clown the line, asking each soldier what Its problem was, "When he got to me, 'Why' he asked me, I said my nerves sliol. Of course, 1 did not feel like getting up lo salute reassigned to England. He laler became commander of the 3rd Army and again made headlines in an armored dash across Ku- rops which helped crush the German enemy. The general was killed in an aulo accident in December, 1943, after the war had ended. Kulil saw combat in Sicily and Africa arid took part in the inva- sion of Normandy. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat U's simple hoiv quickly one may Jose pounds of fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble nf nil And costs little. Just CO to your drugstore and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to Jill the bottle. Take two t.iblcspoonsful twite a day as needed and follow the Na'ran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not ehow you a simple easy way to lose, bulky fat and help regain slender tnore graceful curves; if reducible pounds and ir.chc.l of excess fat don't dis-'ippesr from nrck, chin, artns, abdomen, liips, calves and ankles jitst return the empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy en- dorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring back al- luring curves and graceful slenderness. Note how riuLckly l bloat disappears much 'better yon feel. More nlive, vouthful appearing and active, Tractor Case Judgment Is Upheld HELENA, Mont. (AP) -Mon- tana's Supreme Coarl has up- held Die Flalhead County Dis- trict Coiirts's judgement in a dispute over an unused 1955 traclor which was soM "new" by a dealer in 1959. The suit to recover damages for fraudulent representation was filed acamsl Mountain Trac- lor Co. by Fred and Feier Israel- son. The lower court favored (lie tracolr company because of Ihc lira-year statute of limit- ations. The Israekons ordered a new traclor from the firm for 550. When delivered in 1S59 il was new, the court said, "bul inilead of being a 1939 model il was a 1955 model." The tractor had been acquired from the manufacturer in 1957 and had been in the dealer's yard and shop since thai time. CHAItLES KUHL No Fires Occur TABER (IKS) No fire occured during February in Ih town 01' the Taber liD. The town-MD-owned ambu lance made four runs in tow and three in the municipalitj It was reported cistern wate and a portable pump, along wit a bucket brigade, saved a farm root cellar in March. Politician Ma See Viet War Service BOSTON (AP) To Jim Shea's ivay of thinking, no Mas- sachusetts' boy would be forced o serve in Vietnam unless Con- tress issues a formal declara- ion of war. Shea is a Democratic fresh- man member of the state House of Representatives and author of a bill to test the legality of armed conflicts fought inside :he territorial limits of Ihe United Stales without congres- sional approval. The Massachusetts House al- ready has passed the bill. By a har.dy majority, the stale Se- nate gave it initial approval Monday night. It mil .come up for a final vole by the Senate later this week and then be re- turned to the lower body for concurrence on Senate amend- ments. If passed by both houses it must be signed by Gov. Francis W. Sargent, a Republican, be- fore coming law. Sargent has been generally noncommiltal about (he measure but has indi- cated some opposition, VISIT COUPLE SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. J. llullon of Edmonton was a recent visitor at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Reiter. "Mercedes-Benz cars must cope with the roughest roads. That's why our rear axle looks like this, not straight-or rigid." Ever make t'r.e mistake of taking what you thought was a shortcut? You chose a road (hat looked quicker on the map. And then your car juddered, bounced and complained at every illainous rut, bump or pothole. j j That's because most cars are designed (o pro- vide a "boulevard Erovided you slay on boulevards, Articulated rear atle tamtj rough reads. Try lhal same- shotlcut with a Mercedes-Benz. Savour the feeling ofconlrol when you slam into that first unexpected hole. The total mastery of Hash-board surfaces. 'Ihe lack of pitching and bouncing over bumps and railroad Independent rear suspension Our secret: An a.xlf. A sophis- ticated and tough combination of shafts and joints lhal allots each rear uheel to tip and dimn independently of the olher. Jusl as (he front wheels do. To give you a smooth rid 6 p.m.; Wedncirfay 9 a.m. lo 1 p.m.) Ihurtday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Cloud Good Friday College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Mograth Drive ;