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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta fl THE lETHBBIDGt HERAID Saturday, Nevomber 7, 1970 Russians Reap iecord Crop MOSCOW (Router) The So- viet Union had a rocord-broak- inp, grain harvest in IfflO, Mik- hail Suslov, chief Kremlin ideol- ogist, said Friday. Suslov gave no figures for this year's harvest, but the previous Soviet high was 171.2 million tons in WOO. Last year's total was 160.5 million tons. Suslov made the announce- ment to a mass Kremlin rally on the eve of celebrations mark- ing the 53rd anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution. He also said that the last year of talks in Peking between the Soviet Union and China were "not easy." His words were the first indication in several months of how the talks were going. There has been no offi- cial word from Peking on prog- ress of the negotiations to seltlo the border dispute which led lo serious armed clashes Chinese and Sovie troops. Suslov, a member of the It- man polilburo reiterated Soviet backing for the Viei Cong pcaco proposals put forward at the Paris talks in September and said "the main tiling is that the United States should stop its ag- g r e s s i o n and withdraw its troops from South Vietnam." He said Moscow continues its firm support for the speediest political settlement and the es- ablishment of lasting peace in the Middle East. Snowmobiles9 Roar Impairs Hearing Of Operators OTTAWA (CP) The snow- mobiles' snarl means fun in the winter landscape. It also means the driver's hearing is being im- paired and his safety endan- gered. So sav three National Re- Klmislicliev Works To Be Published NEW YORK (AP) Life magazine and Little Brown and Co. jointly announced Friday that they will publish the remin- iscences of former Soviet pre- mier NiMta Khrushchev. A spokesman for Time Inc. gave no indication of how the manuscript was ob- tained but said both life and Little Brown are convinced of its authenticity "without any doubt" and have "taken pains to confirm that this is an au- thentic record of Nikita Khrush- chev's words." Little Brown and Co. will put the volume, entitled Khrushchev Remembers, on sale Dec. 21. life will publish excerpts In {our successive issues, starting Nov. 23. Edward Crankshaw, an ex- pert on Soviet affairs; has writ- ten an introduction. The spokesman said the book asd magazine would contain previously unpublished photos of the former Soviet premier. The Book of the Month Club will issue the book early in 1971. Net Earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Canada Steamship lines Ltd., nine months end1: -apt. 30: 1970, a share: 1969, 5 Cominco Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30: 1970, a share; 1969, Dominion Glass Co. Ltd., three months ended Sept. 30: 1970, cents a share; 1969, 24 "l search Council physicists, A. J. Bramner, J. E. Piercy and F. E. Toole, following a study. They recommend, in a paper prepared for the Acoustical So- ciety of America meeting ia Houston that: should pro- vide quieter snowmobiles. of existing machines should wear effective acoustical ear plugs or covers, must consider whether the responsibility for protecting hearing should be left to the individual, to the manu- facturer or to the government. "With sales of ma- chines estimated for the coming winter, it is clearly time to question whether these vehicles are unnecessarily noisy and whether the noise constitutes a hazard to the hearing and safety of the the scien- tists say. "The results of this study show that in normal use the an- swer to both questions is a defi- nite yes." The measured a random selection of 50 machines under a of typical operating con- ditions. When cruising, the aver- age machine was "as noisy as a dump truck travelling at high- way speeds." Noise levels were measured near ears and the sci- entists "found that the ability of the driver to hear warning sig- nals such as a car horn would be seriously Impaired." Edmonton Firm Sale In Offing TORONTO (CP) Reed Siaw Osier Ltd., Toronto insur- ance brokers, said today it has reached agreement in principle to acquire MacRae-Stakon In- surance Ltd. of Edmonton, The agreement is subject to formal approval by the parties involved on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Details of the agree- ment were not revealed. Reed Shaw Osier reports earnings for the year ended Aug. 31 of or cents a share, up from or 72.3 cents a share a year earlier. 900 FOUNDATION FEMALES SELL AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTiON MARKET LTD. WED., NOV. 18th-1 p.m. 610 FEMALES ABERDEEN ANGUS DISPiRSAl 330 mature cows (40 Hereford 60 rising three-year-old Heifers, 100 rising two-year-old Hei- fers, 100 replacement Heifer calves (30 Hereford WESLEY RANCH GRANUM, AlBERTA 9 Foundation stock selected from reputation Alberta and Montana herds. Every female identified for age, by firebrand. Posliemira sires (D. Shlpp, Soco, MonU since- 1964. Priori Hochslein, Slezina, Shipwhoel and Trowbridge, Commence calving March 25, 1971, 300 two-year-old gross steers from those cows, sold through this ring in September, 1970, weighed 1050 !bs., wish overnight dry sland. BULMAN RANCH CURESHQIM, AlBERTA 290 HEREFORD FEMALES 250 rising fwo-year-oW Heifers INSTALLED AT NOMINAL COST1 PLEASE NOTE: SPECIAL SAIE PRICE IN EFFECT 'TIL MONDAY, NOV. 16th! CONVENIENT BUDGET TIRMS AVAIUBIEI TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRIDGE 1421 3rd S. Phons 327-598J TABER 6201 50th Ave. 233-3441 FERNIE, B.C. Phom 423-7746 "THE BEST DIAL FOR EVERY WHEEL" ;