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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHBRIOGE HERALD Monday, November 23, 1970 Sobering-up machine removed from commons ONIY WAY TO TRAVEL Construction worker Fred Squires doesn't Winnipeg, He ride waste a moment at quitting time. Rather than walk the 30 floors to ground crane. level from his job atop the 350-foot high North Storr Inn in downtown ided materials carrier, suspended by a RECORD OF GROWTH CONDENSED STATEMENT Canadian imperial Bank of Commerce set new records of growth during 1970. Total assets of million showed an increase of 20% in the year. Profits, after appropriations and income taxes, increased by 13% to and were equal to per share compared with last year. Banking services are offered by over men and women through more than branches and representative offices in Canada, the United States, Great Britain, the Caribbean and elsewhere. ASSETS As at October 31 Cash resources Government and other securities Loans, including mortgages Customers' liability under acceptances, guarantees and letters of credit, as per contra Bank premise? Other assets Total assets LlABRiTlES As at October 31 Deposits Acceptances, guarantees and Setters of credit Other liabilities Accumulated appropriations for losses Capital, rest account and undivided profits Total liabilities STATEMENT OF REVENUE, EXPENSES AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS Year ended October 31 REVENUE Income from loans Income from securities Other operating revenua Total revenue EXPENSES: Interest on deposits Salaries, pension contributions and other staff benefits .Property expenses, including depreciation Other operating expenses, including provision for loan losse? Total expenses Balance of revenus Appropriation for losses Balance of profits before income taxes Provision for income taxes Balance of profits for the year Dividends Amount carried forward Undivided profits at beginning of year Transfer from accumulated appropriations for losses Transferred to Rest account U ndivided profits at end of year STATEMENT OF REST ACCOUNT Year ended October 31 Balance at beginning of year Transfer from undivided profits Balance at end of year 1970 Bilingual tag okayed for RCMP EDMONTON (CP) Biling- ual shoulder flashes soon will be by RCMP in Alberta, Assistant Commissioner V. M. Seppala, said here. "Our commissioner has re- cently approved a new bilingual shoulder flash for the force all across the said As- sistant Commissioner Seppala. The flash will have Royal Canadian Mounted Police sliliehed above Gendarmerie Royale du Canada. Thousands pay their respects at JFK grave WASHINGTON (AP) Thou- sands walked up a sunny-but- chilly hillside Sunday to pause in silent tribute beside the grave of President John Fitz- gerald Kennedy on the seventh anniversary of his assassina- tion. Senator Edward M. Kennedy, the sole surviving brother, ar- rived with his wife, Joan, at midday to join the widow and children Senator Robert F. Kennedy in a prayerful salute. Hours earlier, the late presi- dent's personal secretary, Eve- lyn Lincoln, came alone to place a simple spray of flowers beside the marble marker at the foot of the grave in Arlington Na- tional Cemetery. The families 06 Edward and Robert Kennedy, including eight children, knelt on the Cape Cod stone beneath the eternal flame for several minutes. Each dropped a single yellow rosebud before walking the few yards to Uie grave of Robert, where the informal ceremony re- peated. 300.000.000 CANADIAN IMPERIAL, BANK OF COMMERCE LONDON CAP) A sober- ing-up machine was removed from (he House of Commons Saturday as British MPs sim- mered at what one called "a savage slur" on Parliament's ability to hold its liquor. The offending device was whisked out less than 24 hours after its installation at Hosie's Bar, a place of refuge for hard-working secretaries and other House employees. It is nicknamed for one of the bar- maids. Members of Parliament, po- licemen and journalists also frequent the staff bar, where Andre Mitchell, refreshment manager, set up the sobering- up apparatus. He said it might help to reduce road ac- c'denls. There was hardly time for a discreet hiccup before a cho- i us of protest rose from legis- lative ranks. Mitchell was or- dered to explain himself next week before the catering sub- committee. Dr. Reginald Bennett, Con- servative chairman of the subcommittee, said: "No one gave permission for the ma- chine to be installed. I think it's some sort of bad joke." Other legislators were more outspoken. "There is an inference that the House staff is more dnui- ken than anybody else, and that's not said Labor MP Rernest Perry. "The same could be said of members of Parliament, "Why should such a ma- Roadside hay may prove killer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A Stanford University pharmacy professor says automobile ex- haust is lead to accu- mulate on roadside hay, and is raising the spectre of lead poi- soning in humans who eat the meat of catlle who eat the hay. Prof. Summer Kalman said the problem has been disclosed in research still under way. He testified here before the Call- f o r n i a air resources board, I which is considering a ban leaded fuels. Kalman said "a dangerously high proportion of lead" had been found in soft tissues of cat- tle who ate hay grown as far as 500 foot from liigiiway traffic. "We should start to look for traces of lead poisoning in per- sons from file eating of I Kalman said. "I'm willing to[ bet we will find it." THOUSANDS The privately-owned r a d i o and television stations in Can- ada employ about persons. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. i PHONE 328-7684M chine be installed in the Com- mons? Every MP f have spo- ken to is incensed and one called it a savage slur." Manager Mitchell told re- porters he was asked by Hie machine's manufacturers to give it n two-week trial. "I must he added, "that no one used it while it was in the bar." The machine issues what the manufacturers say is an alcohol dispersant In the form of a Fructose-based powder stirred into a liquid. It costs a shot. The makers, Olson Pharma- ceutical Co. of West Brom- say the stuff reduces the amount of alcohol in the bloodstream and helps a fel- low straighten out. The powder is marketed in Britain as Our Brand Alcohol Dispersant. Fructose is a form of sugar that can help use up alcohol in chemical re- actions. One of the House cleaners, a regular at Hosie's, com- mcnted: "It was n bit of an insult, thai machine. Anyway, if 1 spend 10 bob on a few pints I wouldn't feel like spending another 10 bob to sober up." MAJOK INVESTMENT The privately-owned radio slations in Canada represent a capital investment exceeding SI 10 million. NOW TAKE A GENTLE LAXATIVE From the makers of I TaNe Rentle-actinE, 1 KM we... Nature's Remedy! There is no letdown, no uncomfortable after-feeling. Nt is: 3n 70 years, fcR lias bean giving folKS' pleasant, reHef overnight, tonight... tofTiorrowslrielit! STSY-FRFSHPACK CQAJEB'MNiORS THE UNIVERSITY OF LiTHBRIDGE Application Deadline Spring Semester The University of Lethbridge is currently accepting Applications For the Spring Semester WHICH COMMENCES JANUARY 11, 1971 Interested persons should contact UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR'S OFFICE Before the Deadline of DECEMBER 11, 1970 Santa Arrives Tuesday In Toyland At 2 p.m. Big news for the liltle folk! The jolly genlleman arrives Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Toyland, lower floor, from the North Pole for his 1970 visit and will be on his colourful throne to welcome the youngsters. Santa in his bright red suit will be waiting for you bring the children to see him he has a candy gift for all the kiddies. HIS VISITING HOURS ARE: Man. and Tues, Thurs. and Fri. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. WEDNESDAY IS SANTA'S DAY OFF! 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 6 p.m to 8 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m to 12 Noon and 1. p.m. fo 5 p.m. REMEMBER Sonto is located near the entrance to Toyland, lower floor, and has n candy gift for the kiddies bring them to see him! Have the Kiddies Photographed With Santa What better record for the children's album than a coloured photo- graph of those most important members of the family taken during a happy meeting with Santa. Santa's helper will be on hand to take photographs on Thursday and Friday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Eaton's Tuesday Store Hours: 9 a.m. to p.m. Buy Line 328-8811 ;