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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April 6. 1973 THE imiBPIDGf HtHAU) 29 West, s army in In roes or major e M nl FIOI'.N c [i om By TloriFS KIMKI. drill, Is in Die Iliroos today of a [orm Ilioir military htrviee liut i many rc-allly needs ronscrLp- London Olm-ncr SITUIT j major crisis. they even rebel against the Cum or even an anny today. HONN West C.mnijny's! In their iinli nuthurilanan'. really liberal izvd army rKsn- This oi miml, Hie IT- army, heirs to u tradition of j mood, voting Germans of blind obedience and arc not (inly reludant to pur- PEDAL-PUSHING MARRIAGE Melville and Frcdertca Lyne, in the drivcri' seals, lake flower girl Heather Lyne (or a ipin in the flower-bedecked surrey ihol carried ihcrn lo a reception aflcr they were married in Vancouver's St. Phillip's Anglican church. plinc of the posl-war era. "IHs- porl says, leads lo ciplinc iiint 01 der liave dc-tcnor- execution of orders and (.re- nted widely in the army dur- mipnl breaches of discipline the past nays rites the case (if an Al- Rudolf (he Par-j pine unit in Havai'ia where sol- iamcntary Delegate for t li e dicrs attacked the duly officer Armed Forces in his annual re- i ice picks when he Iried to port. detain one of their drunken In the past, in Imperial tier- ccmvades. Another unit wrre.k- mony and under Hitler, voting j cd a provincial railway station Germans went into the army with ardent enlhmiasm. It was regarded a great honour to serve Hie country as a soldier. Today, Schullz luT.cs iti his re port, the ''reluctance to re- commanding of- ficer (ailed lo provide buses to THE ALBERTA WHEAT POOL HAS DISTRIBUTED lake them back to I heir bar- racks after carnival celebra- lions. ..........-_ ._ In his sombre I'JTl balance--1 nounce professional progress i sheet, Scliullz remarks Hint nh- and material tfain while serv- scnce without leave, desertion. ing the community in (lie ads of violence perpetrated armed forces for 18 mouths is against .superiors and (hefts more pronounced than ever be- of army equipment increased (ore conFidcrablv during Ihe past Olur.CTORS year. The "image of Ihc heel- Within one year tlic number clicking and goose of coiiscienliniis objorlors lias German soldier belongs In the risen from to One past. Today, Ihc news of the chief reasons for this Dcr Spiegel said recently, growing anti army attitude, j German citizens see drunken Schullz siiys, is thai in the soldiers with shoulder length present climate of global dc- hair, pencrally looking slnvcrv (cnte. yourui Germans simply i ly making a nuisance of Ihcm- no longer believe that I h c i r I selves in trains and al railway country is exposed lo an ex-i stations at weekends, lenial threat. Minimizing Ihc! When the new German army strength of the Wai saw Pact was created at Allied behest nations, they do not believe in j during the Cold War, the fonnd- Uie likelihood of Communist ag- evs firmly rejected, the iron dis- gression. ciplint; as it had exisled since Their feeling, the report I-Ycderick the Great's days. i? that the Cornmunisl j Henceforth soldiers were to be and Western blocis are destined ''citizens in uniform." Disci- to overcome Ihnir conlliel.s by j plinc, as Count von Band- drawing closer relations, f issin, one of the first organisers As the result of these altitudes i of the new army put it, was to j they doubt whether West Ger- I be demanded of them only in j haltlo and when they -jscd their weapons. General ITricli de Mnizierc, West Germany's highest rank- ing officer for Ihc lust six 1 years, took the view that the i senseless drill of Ihe past bo replaced by "functional discipline." Today, one top Ger- man admiral remarked rocenl- 1 ly, sornc officers no longer In- sist on the rxceullon of their orders becair.i.1 they In avoid IrouMe v.illi llwu" men. Captain Schulcnb u j c. uho last year lead a junior of- Hcers' revolt for toucher dis- (jpline. complains Dial field ex- ercises arc generally too short nowadays and do not really test the troops 1C the wcalhcr is bad and fond supplies .ire he says, recruits pack and want tn return In thoir harrat'ks. For the trarlilioaalists In thp army it Defence Minister HelnTiit Srbtnidl's decision year tiiat bnjj liiur could be tolerated in the armed force-; u'hicb caused discipline1 lo hp- conic even more lux. Officers are convinced thai many sol I dicrs merely wear long hair as a protest against conscription. Originally Schmidt ruled Dial haiv-np.ts liave to be worn in situations where long hair could accidents. weeks later he ordered thai men with long hair would have lo wear hair-nets whenever on duty. Ihiir-neUs are now part of West German army equip ment. However, soldiers complain thai (he army-issue hair net? arc uncomlorlnblc and cause headaches. In some cases j there have been so many com- yikuuls lh'j.L medical ofticci? 1 imthorized men lo b'.n more elegant civilian models. With their hair-nets, German sol- tilers will bucomc the laughing- i stock of the world, Fays IMP battalion commander who v.ill .be responsible for liansport at the Olympic Gamrs m Munich i this summer. The traditJonalists In the Ger- man army must pnash their teeth that the days of Prus-sian drill arc over. Cut what is nificniiL is llial Lhe armed forces have become (be most striking illustration of the' I sweeping changes Wci_-L Ger- i many has experienced since 1 World War II. FUNDS ANDRESERVECREDITSON 1970-71 DELIVERIES TO "POOL" FACILITIES Seek .funds lo rclinbilitalo old Nova Seolia schooner HALIFAX fCP> A month record in 12 starts was nine campaign to raise wins and three losses, throughout North America to re- Her honors included a place habilitate t he, dry-rot-ridden j on the Canadian JO-cenl piece, a i schooner Bluenose il was an- i siwcial postage stamp and a set A TOTAL PATRONAGE REFUND OF IN HASH lrj irsfRvcs nounccd here, by Tourisir Minister Garnet Brown. Tlic replica of (he famous Nova Scotia fislung schooner Rlurnosc, which foundered on n reef near Haiti in in Hi, was PATRONAGE REFUNDS ON 1970-71 GRAIN AND SEED DELIVERIES TO THE ALBERTA WHEAT POOL ARE AS of snils (rcvm Kinfi Georcc V on the occasion of hi.s silver jubilee in 1935. 30 days, two Nova Sco- t i a Her- schorn and C. A. prusL'nlcd lo the provincial] pnv- j chairmen of tlic Sail the Blnen- ernmenl last [all by the Halifax j Apain c n rn m i 11 c e. Mill brewery which had her built in j launch an intensive fampnign lOtW. foi funds. V.'ilh aboul So.000 al- may recall that Canadi- ready donntrd lliey hop-.1 In ans turned their bncks on the achieve tlieir ohjcclive in a otiginal Blucnose some 30 years month lo six weeki, ago and Iwrause of that aelion, Fred KhulanJ, presi or lack of it, we lost a part of dcnl of the shipyard which buill our heritage. Mr. Brown i both vessels, is reluctant to por bushel on WJieal, Oals, Bafley, Flax. Rye and Rapcsccd (1.750? cash 3.366shnnlinp. I W MOVING LTD. Phone 327-3911 For oil your moving and storage needs, call Ihc experts cP L W MOVING LTD. "YOUR UNITED VAN IINES AGENTS" SPRING SPECIAL from FIFXI-COIl, PACKER "THE WORLD'S BEST IAND PACKER" TABER NOBLEFORD LETHBRIDGE 1107 3nd AVE. "A" NORTH SALES SERVICE ALL PACKERS HAVE FULTON BALL HITCHES 5 FT PACKER 6 FT PACKER iil This year, more urijenlly llian ever before, coocl mnnacc- nn'7it will be essential in Fiimiinc npei'atiiuis. farm prosperity depends helminulv upiin selling more yrain, oilseei.l anil other crops lo markets. Compenlion for Ilicse markets is touiih. Inn marketing officials are coin i need that nv cuii sell nw' pi re- flic quality is and if pnees are Only you. with "odd maiiatn'menl on farm, can make Ihiil possible...by prodiioint; clean. quality jjruin and oil- .seeds at Ihe lowest unit eosi. Since most inpm costs are fixed. Ihe more Inislicls von harvest per acre, llie less each bushel costs. That way. you can ai u I'oinrclttn'c price and still make money. That's ijood inanauomeiu! .Smail farm iiiana-jemenl involves main modem icvh- and a meal deal of old-fashioned common sense, so as an essenlial part of program, pay special deed lo what wild oals can cost von. 1. von ilcldv seeding because of oats. you are sure 10 lose the extra production early plamim: can delher. iekis are disappoinl- unit costs soar and you lose money. Since llii.s practice seldom controls many wild oals. still due lo weed .seed contamination. 2. If m cniitiTit vilil unnl these pests nlrcacly hare stolen rildl nutrients find sunlight from your ci ops land even oals in tiie lo three leal already have taken a significant toll I you still arc defeating your own es by losing yields and quality. Posi-emereence her- bicides .seldom kill all the wild oals necessary for best results. 3. If von ilo ant la control wild nuts at fill, vein lose not much of your potential profits, you actually may hau- threw n away a biu part of ineoodseed. in and in the labor and expense of working your hind. I ;n controlled wild oals slash yields, wreck prodnc- lion costs, cause ruinous dockage. That lln'cm? monev quality- lo the winds! 'llii.s year, use or Avadcx 1W herbicide tci control uiid oals as (hey sprout and before (heir costly damage is done. I'nned through more than a decade of use in Canada. products work. Your neighbors know it. You Knnw If. Prices of Avadex products have been reduced this and .since these products always delivered more than they cost, they now are a management bargain. pliinnitui. however, you can reduce costs still inoic. You know wild oats generally are most severe on your farm in low. areas so in calculating treatment costs, you need not figure in all your acreage. You can limit Avadex treatment to the infesled aicas and save monev. It is a common-sense approach that vvorks. use Avadex or Avadex correct Iv. follow label directions carefully and incorpiirale properly lo assure pood icsnlts. I herr is noihins: difficidi about it. Any good manager can do it and il pays. Your local dealer is ready to supply Avadex ami Avadex BW needs, lie is convinced need il for good farm management, and he lias a full supply. Place your order lodav. Monsanto Monsanto Canada Limited MONTREAL VANCOUVER ;