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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UrHBRIDGE lltRALO Wcilncirloy, Morclr 19, SUGAR GIRL Miss Karen Bailie of Oshawa, Ont., is all eyes os she eats pan- topped with fresh made syrup at Bruce's Mills conservation area near Toronto. T-i? 500 is storting to run in southern Ontario, and with H, hundreds of persons era to sugaring off demonstrations. lajor shakeup at defence uarters OTTAWA (Cl'J A major shakonp in tho organization of defence headquarters, involving llic appointment ot two Uoiiiil assistant deputy minis- tors and creation of two deputy chiofs of defence staff, was an- defence minister Donald domild, and headed by Montreal industrialist Jolm Pcnncfatlicr. Formation of the group was in part a response to criticisms ot defence administration that grew out of an over-run in costs j cf four helicopter-carrying cle- i-'. J. licnson stroycrs now under construction personnel and materiel, There will be deputy Easter Fashions Women's Suede Oxford Has High Price Look and Low, Low Price Tag! This comfortable, all-occasion shoe has o qualily look and Fea- tures 2-eye tie, high front moccasin vamp and natural crepe sole and heel. Brown, Navy, 5Vi-10. Boys' Cohyde Boot at A Low Price! Canadian made Buffalo-grained iioliyde vinyl wipes clean. Long- asting Neolite sofo and heel. In- side tipper, plain toe. 8Vi-3. Brown, Black, White. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; CLOSED FRIDAY ELECTRIC SKINNY DIP COMBS BUBBLE BATH 6 oz. BU. Lisl 2 50 oz. Lsl 2 5 TRUf SA VINO TRUE SAVING WHITE HEATHER CHOCOLATES ftnnnii CARAMELS ADORN 13 OK. Cent. Sugg. List 2.3i TRUE SAVING HAIR SPRAY in a statement to the Commons defence committee, ami said it is aimed at allowing the head- quarters to function a single Until now, the organization has tended go function in three separate components: the dep- uty minister's branch, the De- fence Research Board, and Ca- nadian Forces Headquarters. Under the new plan, to take effect later this year, there be assistant deputy ministers for evaluation, policy, finance, nouncc'd today. Defence Minister T____... outlined the restructuring plan in RL Lawrence Uivei- ship- yards. Mr. Benson said he believed that lines of responsibility in the department have not been suffi- i c i c n 11 y clear "and, quently, areas of responsibility have been somewhat blurred." He emphasized that the chief of defence staff will "continue to control the resources re- quired to maintain an effective military force." XAMK PKn.SOXNTl, Military and Chilian person- nel selected for the top positions in the new headquarters were named by Mr. Benson, As previously announced, LI.- Gen. Jacques A. Dextraie, 52, of Montreal, will be promoted to the rank of gcnera 1 and ap- point chief ot the defence staff Sept. 15 Maj.-Gen. Chester Hull, 52, of Vancouver, now commander of air transport command with staff chiefs for operation and sup- port, both under the vicc-cluef of defence staff. MORE CO-ORDINATION The plan envisages strength- I ened co-ordination of the activi- ties of the Defence Research Board -with the rest of the de- partment. The board's laboratories will headquarters in Trenton, Ont., be "tasked" by the assistant deputy minister for materiel, while its analysis establishment carries out strategic studies for both military and ci- vilian staffs of t.he department be tasked by the assistant deputy minister for policy. Tasked means that the assist- ant deputy ministers can give assignments to the. DRB offi- cials concerned. The changes are in line with recommendations of a .six-man management review group es- tablished last year by former Job for stakes YORK f AP> -The Na- tional Broadcasting Co. said NTondny that former Cleveland .Mayor Carl B. Stokes has signed a contract to become co- anchorman on the 6 p.m. local TV news. Stokes, the first black mayor of a major U.S. city, did not seek re-election in ISTrQ after serving two terms. STRESS- YOUR HEART'S DEADLIEST ENEMY? Fatly foods, smoking, lack of can caiiso heart disease. But there's a far grc.it er enemy: the "body's involuntary reactions 1 o today's demanding life. Impressive new evidence in- dicates; that, iri the highly competitive, business world, everyday tension and anger cause more coronary Hcarb disease than all the tradi- tional culprits combined. April Header's Digest de- scribes dangers to watcli out for, and tells why it is vit- ally important to overcome stress and anxiety, at horno, and especially on irm job. Read WHAT STRESS CAN DO TO YOU-ono of 35 articles mid features m April Header's Digest. Get yoitr copy today! will bo promoted to the rank of lieutenant-general and ap- pointed vice-chief ot the defence staff. Maj.-Gen. Stanley Waters, of Edmonton and Winnipeg, now assistant chief of staff, plans at Supreme Head quarters Allied Powers Europe will be promoted to lieutenant general and ap pointed deputy chief of the de- fence staff Rear-Admiral Alan Collins. 51, of Edmonton, whose promo- lion to vice-admiral and ap pointment as chief of technical services was recently an- nounced for May 2, now will become deputy chief of the de- fence staff (support) in the new headquarters. LfST APPOINTSfENTS Vice-Admiral Henry A. Porter, 51, o! Chemainus, B.C., now comptroller-general, Cana- dian Forces Headquarters, will be appointed, as a serving offi- cer, assistant deputy minister David Kirkwood, of Ot- tawa and Toronto, now an as sistant secretary to the Cabinet v.ill be appointed assistant dep- uty minister Thomas Greig, 40, nou occupies a senior position with M, Ltd. an Ottawa food distributing firm, will IK; assist ant deputy minister Dr. John C. Araell, of Ot tawa and Halifax, now nssi.stan deputy minister be appointed special assistant ti the deputy defence minister. .T. (1. Morry, 52, of Ottawa and St. John's, KfW., now as sistanl deputy minister (man power) will become assistan deputy minister (personnel! u the restructured headquarters. U G. Cnitchlow, 50, of Ottawa and Saskatoon, now assislan deputy minister (logistics) wil become assistant deputy minis ter Thus there will five assist ant deputy ministers, one whom will be a serving military officer, compared jvilh thi present three. SMILES CHUCKLES CHOCOLATE 4 TURTLESl. Sugg. List 2.50 TRUE SAVING 14 oz. Box EVENING IN PARIS SPRAY COLOGNE 1 ot Oil Sugg tisl I :5 TRUE SAVING E SUNDAY. APPll 3rxf. TRUE SAVINGS! 457 Mayor Magrath Drive College Mall HLDOIIT WFESTBTIOHS Wild oat infestations build up in a natural "chain reac- tion." Seed blow or wash into the soil, sprout, and grow to maturity. Then, as each plant matures, it scatters an average of 250 new seeds to infest llie soil...and the cycle builds up pest populations, year after year. Break that chain of events, and you begin to solve your wild oat problems'. Wild oat seed germinate usually from the upper two inches of soil, and only when moisture and temperatures are ideal to trigger sprouting. Only and Avadex'8 BW herbicides work in the wild oat soil throughout the germination period, normally up to six or eight weeks. That's why only Avadex and Avadex BW break the chain reaction of infestation build-ups. Here's why other methods usually fail: Delayed planting and mechanical only wild oats which have sprouted. As the soil is turned, how- ever, hundreds of new seed may be brought from lower levels to the germination Once in this zone, if mois- ture and temperatures are right many of these seed germi- nate and infestations are as bad as ever. Furthermore, by delaying seeding, part of the crop growing season is reduced yields are sure to result. Post-Emergence herbicide wild oats in the two to three leaf stage only. Older wild oats usually are notharmed, and seed in the ground continue to germinate vigorously so long as moisture and temperature condi- tions permit. Post-emergence sprays kill a few wild oats, but they never break the infestation chain. Ineffective control methods and failure to understand the true nature of the wild oat cycle have permitted a danger- ous build-up of infestations. The results? Yield losses that grow each year...shocking dockage accessed against grain and oilseed harvests...and the loss of big portions of cost- ly investments in seed, fertilizers, and other crop inputs for hundreds of farmers. Avadex and Avadex BW herbicides are applied pre- cmergent, and incorporated in the upper I wo inches of tire soil at crop planting time. The active chemical is ab- sorbed by wild oat. seedlings, and seedlings no hnrm to crop plants. Best of all, these .herbicides remain active up to eight the normal wild oat germina- tion span. This six to eight week chemical blanket breaks the wild oat infestation chain. Your iocal dealer has a full stock of Avadex and Avadex BW herbicides at new low prices. Order your Avadex and Avadex BW today. This year, "break llie wild oat infestations.Mit pays'. Monsanto Monsanto Canada Limited MONTREAL TORONTO VANCOUVER ;