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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, 14, 1971 _ THE IE7HBRIDGB HERALD 23 Livestock market report Toronto market up in all sectors Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Monday sales 700 hogs and 100 lambs. All classes of wean- er and feeder hogs met keen demand. Weaners steady Uj strong. Light feeders under 100 TORONTO (CP) Gold is- sues climbed sharply higher as prices in all major -sectors of the Toronto stock market recorded strong advances in ac- tive mid-morning trading today. The gold index was up 3.58 to 147.M, industrials .6: to 175.8, base metals .17 to 74.25 and western oils 1.9G to 2.13. The strength in golds follows agreement by the United States to work toward devaluation of the U.S. dollar as part of an in- ternational monetary realign- ment settlement. Highlighting gains on the Montreal Stock Exchange, Weslburne Mustries rose to Royal Trust to (88 Newfoundland Light !-i to Up each were Pacific Petro- leum to and Bank of Nova Scotia Among de c 1 i n e s, National Tn'st fell '.i to Interna- tional Utilities to As- bestos Corp. Vs to and Dome Petroleum to ii. On the Canadian Stock Ex- change, Acroll declined 10 cents to 70 cents on shares (Oddfellows, Rebekahs enjoy party Ibs. steady to higher. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. to per head higher. Weaners: 6.75 to 12; light feeders under 100 Ibs. 14 to 100 to 130 Ibs. '.9 to 25.75; heavy feeders over 130 Ibs. 25.50 to 30.25. All prices head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. sold from 20 to 25 per cwt heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 19 to 22.25 per cwt. Butcher hogs sold Monday at the Lethbridge Volume by 11 a.m. was 1.08 traded, and Williams Creek million shares compared with Gold Sained three cents to 51 at the same lime Mon- cents "n shares traded. day. Beverage, oil refining, food processing, steel and merchan- dising issues posted broad ad- vances as 13 of the industrial in- dex's 17 sub groups moved higher. Chemical, trust and loan, gen- eral manufacturing and real es- tate issues drifted fractionally lower. Advances outnumbered de- clines 141 to 60, with 155 issues unchanged. Dome Pete was up to following a delayed open- ing due to an influx of orders. Home A rose to To- ronto Star B to Bank of Nova Scotia to and Walk- cr-Gooderham to Among advancing gold issues, Dome Mines climbed llk to S55U and Campbell Red Lake to S23. Hudson Bay Mining dropped to Inco Vs to La- batt 'it to and Royal Bank tO MONTREAL (CP) All sec- tors advanced in light morning trading on the Montreal stock- market today Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock! exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares compared with at the same time Mon- day. On index, industrials ad- vanced .77 to 179.5, utilities .53 to 152.43, banks 1.09 io 230.03, papers 29 to 73.28 and the com- posite .76 to 19.87. NEW YORK (AP) Prices of most stocks changed only fractionally today in a sessioi that was a study in slow motion The non Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was off .66 ai 858.13. Advances on the New York Stock Exchange led de- clines by a narrow margin. Dome Mines was up 2% at among Canadian issues. Cana- dian Pacific added to and Distillers Seagrams was up J4 at Mclntyre Porcupine lost 1 to On the American Stock Ex- change, Scurry Rainbow was up at and Canadian Jav- elin added to P1NCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek Oddfel- lows were hosts to the Rcbe- kahs and their wives recently when they held a Christmas party. Gordon Carlson, noble grand, welcomed the guests. Skits and games were enjoy- j ed by all present. A sumptions I banquet was served to all by the Oddfellows. This was par- ticularly enjoyed by the wo- men. Skyscraper developes crack NEW YORK (AP) A 40- storey skyscraper at Broad- way and 32nd Street has de- veloped a huge crack, forc- ing evacuation of some ten- ants and the closing of the block to traffic. The crack could be seen clearly by pedestrians. It was about 15 feet high, then a threadlike crack extended up the building about 10 stories more. Employees of a water- proofing firm and city build- ings department experts were inspecting the crack. ROYAL TRUST CO. Phone 328-5516 PICTURE BUTTE BRICK BUNGALOW For family living enjoy small town life in this well maintained 3 bedroom home new W-W in living room. Large rumpus room. Storage and bathroom in basement. Lovely yard and garden area. Single garage. Many extras included in full price of with down payment as low as Elizabeth Dykstra 32S-5928 John Penner 328-6523 Peter Carroll 327-4859 Stella Grismer........................ 327-5656 Ray LaVcilley 345-3462 yards 26.20 to 26.35 base' pi-ice. Good Iambs 21.50. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts at the Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m., about 850 head: mostly slaughter steers and cows. Trade was active. Slaughter steers were steady; heifers were steady with no strictly choice kinds of- fered; cows were steady with the odd sales to 23.50; bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers 33.75 to 34.30, good 32.50 to 33.50. me- dium 31.25 to 32.25. Good to low choice heifers 30.50 to 31.80, me- dium 29 to 30.25. Good cows 22.25 to 23, medium 20.50 to 22, canncrs and cutters 17 to 20 Good bulls 23.50 to 25. Replacements were mostly short-k c r p .steers weighing heavy feeders more than 800 pounds and heif- ers more than 750 pounds. Prices on all classes were fully steady to strong with in- sufficient stock calves to estab- lish a market. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 32.50 to less than 750 pounds 34.50 to 36.60. Good feedtr heifers more than 600 pounds 30 to 33.10 with sales to 34.70. Hogs base price 2R.15. Toronto mines., industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID Oft SAMS 20 Rails 23B.30 off .51 29.37'A 15 Utilities 111.84 up .13 Slocks 299.52 off .24 NELSON ELLSWORTH Schwartz Agencies lid. pleased to announce the ap- pointment of J. Nelson Ells- worth to their Real sales staff. Nelson came 1o lethbridgft from St. John N. B. in 1967. He is a graduate of the Uni- versity of New Brunswick and was Recreation Super- visor for the City of Leth- bridge and be pleased to discuss real estate needs with his many acquaintances. Nelson Is married and has one child and looks forward to an enjoyable association at Schwartz Agencies. Bus- iness Phono 328-3331, Res- idence Phone 327-2233. sS.-i TORONTO AVERAGES Slocks 299.52 Montgomery Ward 31.50' 2D Indust 175.62 up .47 Volume COLLEGE MALI COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE 1972 WINTER SWIMMING AND BEGINNERS SKATING INSTRUCTION PROGRAMS Registrations for the below listed programs will be taken tn Gym No. 1 of the Civic Sports Centre on Thursday and Friday, December 16th and 17th, 1971 from p.m., and on Saturday, December 18th, 1971 from Noon. PLEASE NOTE: Registrations for the school age and pre-school age children's Red Cross swimming lessons will he accepted only from persons who did not enrol! in the 1971 fall program. SWIMMING INSTRUCTION PROGRAMS FRITZ SICK POOL I. SCHOOL AGE (6-14 yrs.) CHILDREN'S RED CROSS LESSONS A. Mondays, January 10th to March 27th, 1972 Class No. T p.m. Classes for Pre-Beginner, Beginner, Junior and Class No. 2 p.m. Survival Swimmer. B. Tuesdays, January llth to March 28th, 1972 Class No. 1 p.m. Classes for Pre-Beginner, Beginner, Interme- diate ond Senior. C. Saturdays, January 8th to March 25th, 1972 Class No. 1 a.m. Classes for Pre-Beglnner, Beginner, Junior ond Class No. 2 p.m. Survival Swimmer. Class No. 3 p.m. Classes for Pre-Reginner, Beginner, Interme- diate and Senior. REGISTRATION FEES: Pre-Beginner, Beginner and Junior 2.25 Survival Swimmer, Intermediale and for 12 JACKIE WAS VOLUNTEER NEW YORK (AP) Jacquc- line Kennedy Onassis spent part of last spring working as a vol- unteer in a shelter for slum children in East Harlem. Senior. 3.00 Good Selection PRICED FROM RECLINERS 79.95 SWIVEL ROCKERS Ideal for the Lady of the Haute 59 .95 HI-BACK SWIVEL ROCKERS In cotton velvets 129.95 EASY TO SELECT-EASY TO BUY--EASY TERMS AT SIDORSKY'S FURNITURE LTD. 542 13th St. North Phone 328-1151 ByGeneFawcettB A PLASTIC SASKET GROOVES TO FIT TISHTLY AROUND THE EDGES OFWWDOWS.ASS M4Y PUTOID-FASHIOMEP PITHY OUTOF BUSINESS. WHEN A PANE IS REPLACED, STRIPS OF THE ARE SLIPPED OVER THE EDSES, CQATEP WITH A WATERPROOF SEALER. AMP JUSTPRE SSEPIN PLACEJ of furry "ON me MASS f II. PRE-SCHOOL AGE (3-5 yrs.) CHILDREN'S RED CROSS LESSONS Saturdays, January 8th to March 25th, 1972 Class No. 1 p.m. Classes for Pre-Bcoinner. Class No. 2 p.m. REGISTRATION FEE: 10.00 for 12 lessons. III. MIXED ADULT AND TEENAGE RED CROSS LESSONS Tuesdays, January llth to March 28lh, 1972 Class No. 1 p.m. Classes for oil levels Pre.Beginner thiough Class No. 2 a.m. Senior. REGISTRATION FEE: 4.25 for 12 1 5-onJ. IV. ADVANCED AQUATIC COURSES-ROY At LIFE SAVING SOCIETY (RLS5) A. Elementary and Intermediate Award Lifesavinq Courses Thursdays, January 13th to March 16th, p.m. This lifesaving program is for young persons who have attained ot least their Red Cross Intermediate Swimmer qualification, but are not yet 14 years of age. Pre-requisite oqc for the Intermediate Award Is 12 years, there is no pre-requislle aa-1 for the Elementary Award. REGISTRATION FEE: 4.00. B. Bronze Medallion and Award of Merit Lifesavinq Courses Thursdays, January 13th to March 16th, p.m. Pre-requisitfi for Bronze Medallion Red Cross Senior Award or Equivalent 14 years of age or older. Pre-requisito for Award of Merit Current Bronxe Medallion Award or Equivalent and the Senior Resuscitation award 15 years of age or older. REGISTRATION FEE: 4.00. C. National Lifeguard Course Wednesdays, January 12th to March 15th, p.m. Reaistranls fcr this course must: {It be 17 years of age or older. (2) posses one of the following current (i.e. less than two years old) awards: (a) RLSS Bronze Medallion. (b) Red Cross RLSS Join) Instiuclor Award. (c) Y.M.C.A. Senior Lifeguard Award. (3) present a current certificate from a pysician certifying good health and at least vision with or without correcting lenses. REGISTRATION FEE: 17.00. CHILDREN'S BEGINNER SKATING INSTRUCTION PROGRAM HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Saturdays, January 8th to March 18th, 1972 Age Group A (6-10 yrs.) Class No. 1 a.m. Class No. 2 a.m. Class No. 3 a.m. Class No. 4 p.m. Age Group B (11 15 yrs.) Class No. I p m. REGISTRATION FEE: 2.75 per prr- NOTE: All classes havo limited enrolments, so early registration is recommended For further information contact the COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT OFFICE at Local 236 ;