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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE BORN tOSER-by Art b( Tiip'vf' lAC' A 1 Mitchell Sharp was sent tc Paris. Like Mr. Tnideau, Premier Robert Bourassa of Quebec stayed home. In 1963, Mr. Tnideau accused the French government of send ing agents provocateurs to Can v-ida to stir up trouble between French- and English-speaking Canadians. This stopped quickly when the dealings of a Punch govern ment official with Quebec Invited year? ratisls and terrorisb were mac public in Canada. Canada-France relations hav been improving since Next month, Mr. I'nideau wi stop at (lie Canadian militar base at Lalir, West German} on his way to anrl en roui home from a Far Eastern toui Lalir is only 10 miles fror French territory. On his next oi ficial visit overseas. Mr. Tn deau may actually land i S jBd CONSTRUCTION LTD. University of Lcthbridgo Project No. 1 SUB CONTRACTORS Interes'ed In quoting 'on Installat or on y of doors, mill work, osbesto board and cedar siding. Please contact POOLE CONSTRUCTION LTD. at the site or Phone 323-92C6 JL JL to From OTTAWA (CP) Will 1971 be the year when Prime Minister Trudcau receives an official in vitation to visit France? Mr. Trudeau is not holding his breath waiting for one but sources said Tuesday, there are some faint indications France may try to repair the 1967 branch. The breach occurred when then p r e s i d e n 1 diaries de Gaulle not only echoed the cr> of Quebec separatists but saic his procession from Quebec o Montreal made him feel as he had at the liberation of France in 1944. It was the latter remark rather than de Gaulle's shout of "Vive le Quebec !ibre" that infuriated then prime minister Lester Pearson. Ds Gaulle cul short his official visit when Mr. Pearson described his remarks as L m NOTICE The County of Lothbrldqc hereby offers for sale by sealed tender the old HardSeville School Building anc grounds as Included In Title No. 5 Q 100 being four acres more or 40 MISC. ARTICLES FOR IIVESTOCK FOR FEMALE HELP LOANS are )o be marked "Hardle ville" and submitted to the County c Lethbridge Office no later than 5 p.m January 25th. 1971. The Council reserves right to re led any or all tenders, W. R- Madill Secretary-Treasurer 214 13th Street South Lethbridge, Alberla FARMER CUSTOM K1LLIN and processing. Wholesale meat an livestock dealers; CITY PACKER TD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbridge. POSTING MACHINE OPERATOR R d quired immecilalely for bank. Notion S cash machine. Four hours per nigh f 1 Experience a must. Phone Mr. Bla at 327-5794- TO LEND FAST, COURTEOUS EMERGENCY 1 LOAN POTTED MUMS FOR SALE. APPL DAN'S GREENHOUSE. cliainna DETROIT (AP) James M. Roche, General Motors bo a r d chairman, said here in his annual vear end statement optimistic calendar 1971 "shapes up as pn tentially one of the best in th industry's history." Roche said: "The reawaken ing of consumer confidence, th carryover in demand resultin from the GM strike and the ger eral expansion of business ac tivity could result in motor hides in 1971 in the 11.5 to. lion to 12 million range. "Assuming no further majo work stoppages, sales of froi 9.5 million to 10 million passer ger cars and about two millio trucks are reasonable. Thi total of 12 million vehicle would be about 16 per cen higher than 1970 and would be new record for the industry." Roche said new America mini-cars, such as Chevrolet' Vega, are providing comperitio for the imports and will cut th foreign cars' share of the U.S market to about 11 per cen next year, compared with the 1 per cent they are expected t reach this year with about 1.2 million imports sold. Roche renewed GM's pledg to "do what we must and spen what we m us t to be assurft that the automobile will n longer be a significant factor i our nation's air pollution prob lems." He said GM expects to spenr nearly m'llion in 1971 oi control of qir pollution from it products and its TWO LONG FORMAL DRESSES Like new. Size 12. Sliver patter Cora Both eac Phone 327-8121. MACHINERY RURAL AND _ Who is an OPEN NG n representalive who likes peopl me end likes AVON Represent '328-7424 or wri 23rd ,Ave. S. Loans Quick cash Io pay bills or make a purchase. Call BrucQ Gullelt at Trans Canada Credit, 3347. 12 MONTHS FREE LESSONS W T the purchase of a D-ZB Yamaha o MUSICLAND are In the market for good use farm machinery trucks, trailer etc. Consignment or Cash GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Cou Is Highway Phone Days 327-3145 Nights Someone like you has some spare t earn money. Be an five. Call now Mrs. M. Scott, CNR merciless 011 75 40A FURNITURE AND MALE AND POORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. telephone c fills offer backfires FRANKFURT (AP) The International Business Machines Co. kept up a Christmas tradition this year and once more offered free telephone calls home to employees on leave for military service in West Germany. The company picked a code word and told West German telephone officials IBM would pay for all callers who gave the word. This year the code word got on the military grapevine. Sunday hundreds of soldiers were lined up at booths outside the Kassel railway station to call. One Frankfurt operator said she put through 300 calls one day "and all the callers knew the code word." Stars and Stripes, the military newspaper, said the bill may run into six figures. A spokesman for IBM said the company has stopped the free JANITOR. S NGER SEWING MACHINE, GOO working condilion. Phone 327-2779. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES PLUS REGU for man over 40 In Take short. auto CASH BONU 'Lethbrldge arc., is to contact cu esldent, Dept. n R, Toronto 35 Kilchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. de Gaulle nor his successor, George Pompidou, has invited a Canadian prime minister to France. WILL LIKELY ACCEPT Pompidou may advance an official invitation next year and Mr. Trudeau, informants say, ivould in all likelihood accept. But Canada-France relations are mending only slowly. So slowly, in fact, that Mr. Trudeau felt he could not attend de Gaulle's funeral when other arrangements for Canadian representation could be made. It is normal for a Canadian prime minister in his first year or so in office to visit the United States, Britain and France. Mr. Trudeau paid official visits to the U.S. and Britain early in his administration. The cabinet decision on the matter of attending de Gaulle's funeral would probably have been different, informants say, if de Gaulle had died in office. When France let it be known that ministers could acceptably represent heads of government at the de Gaulle memorial service, External Affairs SEE BILL PLOMP AT MACLEOD CENTRE VILLAGE MALL. GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7m Ave. S. Phone 327-fi6S2. PIANO TO RENT OF buy. Reasonable. Phone 752-3142. Box 70, Static National Railways has been "merciless" in trying to get firemen off its trains, says Jim Allan, an official of Local 1210 of the United Transport-tion Union. He said most firemen have not received wage increases since 1962 and others have received increases far below those of other trades. "A united front is needed to protect ourselves against further company efforts to abolish more jobs." He said a meeting to discuss curr e n t contract negotiations has been called for Jan. 4. Mr. Allan said the CNH has proposed placing firemen, all with at least 14 years service, on seniority lists behind trainmen and switchmen who may have worked only a short while. The pro p o s a 1 disregards a 1959 circular that promised firemen and hostlers employment "subject to the same conditions of service" until they are promoted to engineers, he LEASE A BEATTY AUTOMATI washer, a week. Holmes App snces, 329 7th St.' 5. IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RAD ators, batteries. Highest prices. zarl Iron Ltd., 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phon 32S-93J2. EDUCATIONAL AND EXTERIOR DESIGN and finishing. Carpentry, upholstery and remodelling. Phone 328-9879 or S 328-3856. CLEAN DOUBLE BED, 19 IN. TV, 3 In.'cas range, 21 In. TV. Phone A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliot} fel you how. Phone 328-3636, Columbl School of Broadcasting. 2478. FOR Is and cast radiators. ERPRISES Phone 327-6261 FRED STE NER CEMENT CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR, BLU four sealer, GE washing machin and tubs, McC ary refrigera or table and chair, S20. Phone 328 5341. DAVIS ENT 1505 2nd Ave. LOST free estimates. Phone 327-B2SS. PURSE pink bubble soap laymond. Coppers s Radiators Iways paying SALVAGE TD. t. North a bag or Downtown. PUBLIC ZFN1TH WRINGER WASHER; SEM automatic, (one year Four yea warantee left on It. Also two he; electric coffee percu ators. Phone 32Q 2928. CO. L 20S 23rd ANONYMOUS Anyone wirh a dr nktnci problem. Phone .127-8045 or 328-3246, aPer 7r30 OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1971 VILLAGE OF H1LLSPRING PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll of the said mun c pality, made under the provisions of t Municipal Taxation Act Chapter 54, has been prepared and will, for thlr (3DJ days, be open to inspection a tri2 office of the secretary-treasurer o the municipality during business hours and that any person who desires object to the entry of his name or th; of any other person upon the said ro or to the assessed value placed upon any properly must, within thirty (30 days Irom the date of this notice, lodge his complaint s) in writing with the secretary-treasurer of the municipality. Dated this 30th day of December 1970. Keith L. Tolmam Secretary-Treasurer, USED PIANOS Come In today and loak over cu large selection of recondit oned pianos All makes. Apply ITS 5th strent Soul ST. LOUIS HELP? The A.I.D. Centre An 41 PRODUCE FOR TRUCKS AND TRAILERS p.m., week days. A LOOK AT OUR WASHERS AND DRYERS You won't wan o buy If you give them a try. Lots o hot soft water, soap s free. King Koin Launderette, 1263 3rd Ave. S. WANTED TO BUY 100 LBS. UN pasteurized honey. Phone 33S-S667. Cl Paid For Used Trucks and Cars TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 327-9355 LETHBRIDGE ASSOCIATION FOR then Menta y Retarded Flowers plants, vegetables in season. Avail able from Sunrise Ranch. At present good selection Christmas blooms. 315 3517. OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE NQU1RIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH BRIDGE, FEMALE EMPLOYMENT 42 TRUCKS FOR BABYSIT IN MY HOME Tilting steel deck and winch. Excellent condition. S700 cash. Phone 2213697. BABYSIT CHILD N MY HOME Any age. Part-time or full-time Coaldal'e. Phone 345-4673. and he p or you. P.O Box 861, Lethbridge or phone Larry 327-B340, Carol 328-7671, Jane 327-7086 OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1971 VILLAGE OF NOBLEFORD PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice Is 'hereby given' that the' Assessment of properties not sub ect change for the year 1970 of the said made under the Assess-ment Act, has been authorized for use in the year 1971 and will be open for nspection throughout the month o January 1971, during office hours em that any person who desires to obl.ec a the entry of his name or that o any other person upon the said rol or wishes to object to his assessmen or any assessment as being too his or too -low must, within the said mon of January, lodge his or her com-p n writing o the secretary-treasurer o Ihe mun cipality. Dated at Nobleford, this 31st day of December 1970. Mrs. May Paul, Secretary-Treasurer. THE HERALD'S TP.AILFR HAUL GMC THREE Ton truck. Ten speeds, 366 motor, eight ton hoist, deck and 150 gal. saddle tanks. mi es. Good tires, B. J. Viens, Box 399, Fort Macleod, Alfa. Phone 234-3143 or 234-3038. C1583-tf 43 TRAILERS CARE FOR CHILDREN Ages ne to 'Six years. Central south 'Side ocatinn. Reasonable rates. SERVICES AND REQUIRES HOUSEKEEP-ng work on farm. Clean and a qooc ook. Write Box 1-13, Hera d or TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings, Excellent workmanship. Phone 32B-7362. I s l Lkl H H 1 8 1 HI LICENCED stamps, corporate seals daters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. Services DOES IT! COALHURST MOBILE HOMES PARK for rent. Mobile homes far SALE. Phone 327-3744. C1687-H IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE COUPLE, BOTH MONTES-ori teachers, desire fo establish a Confessor schoo rom age three irough first grade. Interested parties onfact E. J. De ahahty, 5408 29fh Ave. Minneapolis, Minnesota, 554 7. A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. (or Iwo weeks, per month. Free delivery and pickup. Phone 327-2243. Singer Company of Canada, Co hitch. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. TAG SALES and SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes of washers end dryers, automatic or Also all small app lances, awn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No- job too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. Phone 327-4456. AIR YOUR BUSINESS IN THIS DIRECTORY EVERY DAY For Only 50 Per Una Per Month Ph. 328-441 1 rttT) for Details MINIMUM OF TWO TO CLEAR NEW 12x70 PYRAMID mobile home. Three bedrooms witti utility room, large livlnq room. Used as show home. Large reduction on new price. Phone 234-3143 or 234-3038. LICENCED and Installed CHARLTON and HILL, 328-3388 MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS LTD. 325 8th St. S. Phone 327-3920 Res. KOOP DAY hildren, six weeks In years. OF PREPARATION OR ASSESSMENT ROLL 1971 VILLAGE OF FRANK PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice Is hereby given that the assessment roli of the said mun made under ths provisions of the Assessment Act, has been preparei and will, for thirty (30) days, be open to inspection at the office of the secretary-treasurer of the munlcipa i y dur no business hours and that an person who desires to object to the entry of his name or that of any other person upon the said roll or to the assessed value placed upon any property must, within thirty (30> days from the date of this notice, lodge his complaint in writing with the secretary-treasurer of the municipality. Dated at Frank, Alberta, this 26th day cf December, 1970, Gladys Wyatt, Secretary-Treasurer. CUSTOM BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS, LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD., HIGHWAY 25. PHONE 327-1225 OR 327-8458. PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE. FARM HELP WINTER ALTERATIONS 304 5th St. S. Fnone 328-7024 COUPLE FOR DRYLAND rm. Experience with cattle and ma-hinery. Phone 223-8293, Taber. WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT Queen Victoria Inn. Ideal winter furnished accommodation, ndoor heated pool, sauna, downtown, near parks. W th or without meals. Off season rates: Mr. P. G. Hartnell, Mgr., 655 Douglas St., Victor a. CUT, TRIMMED. FUL-LY INSURED. PHONE 328-20M PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; Irs ler servicing, storage and repair. Phone 328-4421. FEMALE HELP ALUMINUM TO COME IN FROM a.m. to p.m. Call 326-9750, after p.m. Box 931. Phone 323-7432, after hours 327-6724. FORMAL WEAR RENTALS if ORNAMENTAL TV 44 AGRICULTURAL FORMAL WEAR RENTAL SERVICE ALL OCCASIONS Leo Singer Mer's Boys' Wear Railings Phone 328-3040 SCANDIA IRON WORKS TV AND RADIO Sales, service and rentals 1406 17th St. S. 328-6131 WANTED OLDER oman to come n. dth Ave. and 2Bth S. 327-5057. 473-2 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-7398 or 327-2438. JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phone 327-7393 or 327-2438. WANTED QUANTITY OF BALE straw. Phone 234-2098 or 236-3871, evenings, a BLUEPRINTING jETHBRIDGE HOUSE ley or wheat. Contact Prime feeders Ltd., Fort Macleod. Phone 234-2098 or 236-3871, evenings. Ave. S. C1826-5 Required CLERK TYPIST FIVE DAY WEEK ALARY TO COMMENSURATE WITH ABILITY BOX 140, HERALD C FULLY INSURED TREE SUR-GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2094. and Blueprinting. 924 5th Ave. N. Phone 328-8752. FURNACES NEW AND USED Gas, Oil and Propane CHARLTON and HILL, 32S-3338 PAINTING AND DECORATING SUZI TOMITA Painting and Decorating Phone 328-2009 Radio Antennas 1238 3rd Ave. S. Bus. 327-5020 Res. 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED HORSES WANTED ALL CLEAN-UP. ALL KINDS OF unk hauled away. Tree trimming and odd lobs. Phone 327-2641. OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL, 1970 TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE Notice Is hereby given that the Mercury outboards. SILVER STAR John DrewrV Phone C3659-ff DEAD STOCK FREE OF Charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phone 328-1336, Lethbridge. 223-2567. Taber. TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING Under Winter Works Program, we ara now able to trim rees and hedges very economically. Call us for free 327-2641. Ave. 4th St. S. Phone 328-4850. and E. HARDWARE 416 13th St. N. Phone 328-3541 PIANOS, ORGANS Heintzman Pianos Hammond Organs. Reconditioned Pianos Piano and Organ Service HEINTZMAN AND CO LTD. 313 St. S. Phone 328-2663 JOHNSON For Guaranteed Upholstery 411 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3470 of the previous year has been adopted under the provisions of the Municipal Taxation Act, and that the assessment ro 1 of the said munrclpa -ify has been duly prepared, and thai if any person hinks that any property has been wrongfully assessed, or as-sessed too high, or too low, or that his name or the name of any other CLEANING to Previous POULTRY AND Two-Hour Cleaning 5pic and Span DRY CLEANERS 112 8th St. S. Phone 327-8116 C186 k CUSTOM Auto Upholstery 215 12th St. B S. Phone 328-5511 Complete automobile and furniture upholstering, seat covers, truck seat re-covering. C5983 UPHOLSTERY AND ROAST ready 37 cents of. Free delivery. Cus rnuth Dyck, AUTO INSURANCE Five year accident and tonvic-ioh free drivers, also honor stu-lents. Phone Fort Murder Ib. on dozen om killing. Her-Phone 345-3224. C98S- O S T R C A L. 1 HAVE SfEEN AvIfEP C N e 1 C N Plumbing and Heating, basement plumbing Reasonable rates. Phone 328-2433. ACROSS vctim'sbody j herrings Snare 4 Dull 5 i A AIRIO u s eBHo PETS AND SUPPLIES SIAMESE KITTENS from the roll, he may at any time prior to the 31st day of January notify the Secretary-Treasurer In H. Smith Limited, 328-8141 Professional Building, Lelh. JEWELLERY, CLOCK AND WATCH 12 Form of "to Eastern rile be" (var.) 13 Russian henir 7 Part'of skin 14 Fetid si o i c BCIH i r a sj T s TIE :G AIT vl 3 PEKINGESE, REG-sterect Pomeranian puppies. Phone 486-5735. complaint. Dated at Lethbridge, this 30ih day of December, TWO. E. Mcllroy AGENCIES LID. Established 1911 Lower floor 517 4th Ave. JEWELLERY OS 5th St. S. Phone 327-7533 cm If LAUNDRY RENTALS HALL RENTALS Phone 1. Wester, in Rug and Upholstery cleaning BENJAMIN'S Phone 327-5771 3G Moslem noLIs S Having a beak 17 Went cal 9 Wings 38 Quick blow JO New Zealand A 5 A RIS S rail alt Makes mock Btt attacks 41 Gr Lined tearing' 42Ar< with an alloy Flower sor Build 44 Fir detailsof 45Giv murder 48 Me At a dis ancs SO Egg SISha Remark to. ntibn ek letter bian gulj in ghum e food tu f males and fema es. Also pup-p es. After ft p.m., 1216 3rd Ave. A S. 'hone 328-3423. 327-1541 LAUNDRY and DRY Cleaa-rs. 312 3rd St. S. Phone 327-4039 STATIONERY AND OFFICE HUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING Dry Foam-Dry in one hour No shrinkage guaranteed Phone 327-7829 20 sleuth timber tree 22 Deduction 31 German river 2 21 Series of steps 3.9 Jndefinita 25 American article 2 navy (ah.) 21 Having 3 26 Enemy passages, 33 3 27 Black a til eater 31 Poisoned 3 33 Star in Alpha 23 Custom 3 3-1 Woman 24 Short-billed BUSINESS ELECTRICAL CONTRACT. INC AND OFFICE A RUBBER STAMP? Stamps Made to Order Phone 327-3203 fERALD PRINTING SERVICE 7th St. and 5th Ave. AND WORK IDEAL FOR em -retired male or female. "S4000 nvestmont, per week, light work. Wholesale retail turn lure outlet In lalgary. Box 126 Herald. more In-ormatipn. OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND ELECTRIC 90S 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-2048, EQUIPMENT 230 St. N. 338-6313 Authorized sales and WATER Remington and Olympiii usiness machines. Call us SHEET METAL AND AND FILTERS 11 r e e analysis. CULLIGAN Vater Conditioning, 120 North Mavor Magrath Drive. Phona 27-7867. TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Monday, January 11, 1971, for the construction of he following work: Pro ecf 42.17-C-2, E. of Loon Lake ELECTRIC (R. J. Reasonable rates. IS GROWING FAST h mo Industries Ltd. as a ma or islcibutor for Americon Unifax re-uires exclusive buyers in Canada, here are no franchise fees if you re amoihous and wanr more out ct fe. This is your opportunity to have our own business. Please contact Mr, Martin W. Schuli Ross St., Rod 3eer or phone 347-7701 from 9 a.m. o 5 p.m. a free demonstration. We service all makes Metal Built-Up Roofing :HARLTON and HILL, 323-3388 35 Weak 1 2 3 4 36 Operate again fc 1 r 37 Crazy 1Z 16 I [8 j! 1 industrial resi-ential. 327-2954. SOAncsiliclia '5 1 I'6 1 I 1 109.0 ta Mile 154.7, Clearing, Approximate Quantity Acres. Contract and Specifications' may be Dbta ned at the office of the Chief Tonstruction Engineer, Highways Build-ng, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of he District Engineer, 1707 Sixth Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office f the District Engineer, Administration Build ng, Lethbridge, Alberta, and will as available only to individuals regis-ered and operating in the Province of Mbcrra, or to partnersh ps or corpora-ions registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place cf us ness in the Province of Alborla. A eposif of Twenty-Five Dollars ayablc to the Provincial Treasurer, will bo required for sach copy of the lontract and Specifications taken. Each d must be accompanied by a marked heque or bend equal to 107r of Tenor, Tenders will be opened In public, he lowest or any Tender not neces-ar y accepted. L. H. McManus, Deputy Minis er of the Dcpar ment of Highways and OF _______ MBpffiBHMBfcii' ui. SOUND POLLUTION Part "13 together 11 n frmvii -iltm IP 1 1 INCREASING PROBLEM OF NOISE AFtlSES MAINiy THROUGH THE DEVEIOP-MENT OF MACHINES OKE JET AIRCRAFT. 1 INHABITANTS OF HOUSES j 1 46 Caper (coILJ 47 Otiose 29 LOANS 3I t32 J-3 AGENCI ESTABLISHEC Colleqe Mall Phon esldential, Commorcia arms and ranches, owest Isit crest rates i nd second LIMITED 1977 C 328-3331 proper! 1 c 5. I y or Town, variable. First ktucdom 01 Lr title lon-iV :.r Abr.k.-mcity 4" 5fi Supervisor 7g 57 ri T ifirr CANADA 328-334 ast two hour emorgonc oans ck s or make a nurchas orms. Call Bruce anada LOANS 7 y Joan service. cash to pay Best possible Sullett, SUSTAINED EXPOSUKS DOWN" THE HIGHSPEED TO SUCH BOUNDS CAN CAUSE PERM- AVENT DAVMGE TO THE IWNER EAR AS TlM IVELI. AS 6TONESS AND MENTAL HE 1 2 (Hewspapfr EntetDtiit SgSpisitaLtirl OF A JET E.VSINE PRODUCE A SOUND AN IflTENSITV CWEGUAU.ED IN THE ;