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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 16, 1971 Toronto market prices advance with time TORONTO i'I1' climbed modci-aM; the fifth consecutive session (in the Toronto slock market in ac- tive trading today. The industrial index was up .90 to base mt'tals .52 to 7-Ofj find western oil.s 1.24 to Golds fell .11 In M7.S7. V ol u m e by 11 a.m. was Tru.POO shares compared S85.000 at the s n rn e Wednesday. Advances out mini clinos by almost two to oil1 changed. B a n k i n B. fcod processing, merchandising, steel and in- dustrial mining issues moved moderate higher ;is of the industrial index's 17 sub-groups recorded advances. Texas Gulf Sulphur was up 7i lo Supcrtest ordinary 7S to SG77s. Cassiar lo S177-. Im- perial Oil 3s to i and Metro- politan Trust 'i to Ranger rose 'i lo S12'.i. Inter- national Unities to Canada Cement to s-15. Ineo Prices i each were Cominco to and for j Imperial Oil lo SHI'2. Molchurs dropped i to Ml and .Metropolitan Stores to S1-1V Off i each were Great West Life lo 5m3i, IAC lo S19S and Hudson's Bay Oil lo 545. On the Canadian exchange Muscocbo gained three cents to "jj-j ?0 cents on shares, and i t Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock AFTERNOON SALE Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts on the Calgary livestock mar- kct to 11 a.m., about COO head; mostly short-keep replacement .steers and mixed grades of cov.s. Trade was active. (jiiotatwns Calgary, Montreal 'lilinl h> IJulirily. Kdiulliouso anil Oil SALK i i ill-'.O a.m. Quotes) a.m. rjuoles) (Youth's desire to travel expected to taper off Slaughter steers vcre a full 25 cents lower; heifers were steady for quality with no cl'.oice kinds on offer; medium to good cows were 25 to 50 cents higher with sales of hei- fcry kinds to 23 with canners steady. Bulls were A.l.S. Resources rose five cents to Sfi on .10.575 shares traded. NEW YORK (APi Stock j Choice slaughter steers 33.75 to 3-1.30, good 32.75 to 33.50 me- ium to 32.50. Good hei- _ j market prices rallied stronglv fere 30.50 to 31.50, medium 29 to 30.25. Good cows 22 to 22.50. medium 20.25 to 21.75, canners and cutters 17 to 20. Good bulls 23.50 to 25. Replacement cattle were mostly shcrt-keep steers of more than 1350 pounds and hei- fers of more than 700 pounds. Prices on all classes of replace- i ment cattle were fully ste-.idv. investors anticipated some "ct- tlcment on the international monetary front. Trading was very active. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks gained lo B73.0-1. Advances led declines by more than 3 to 1 on the .Vow j Insuffieient slock cn of. }ork Stock Exchange. fa. to asiabUsh a market. Analysts said investors were j Goafj fccdcr stcers morc encouraged by signs of progress 750 pounds 33 lo 3Cj 40 Good feeder heifers more than pound's 30 to 33. Good stock and feeder cows 20 to 24. Hogs base price 21.55. Lambs were steady Wednc toward an international mone- Uiy agreement and by the im- provine economy. i At noon the Associated Cress to S2SL. Falconbridge to 160-slock average rose 2.7 lo S70 and Dome Pete lo S32' j dav good kinds ]ri 50 Toronto Dominion Bank! Steels and farm implements j 20" were mixed. All other stock cat- egories were higher. Kennecott was up 1 at Ramada Inns ;i at IBM at S335. Firestone at i. GAP '.i at ?24'8 and Braniff at S16-V On the American Stock Ex- change. Kaiser Industries was up at Teleprompter 4 at and Syntex 34 at S83-i. VVFSTCPN T! Oil -I1; no Mut Accum 5.1B 5.70 i JL 1 Ptd Mut Gr Fund -1.B5 5.33 in' 'i'.r.f -ti PI 19.75 Nat Resources 6.5i O'lTAWA (CP) A .study bv money ana should be dropped in last summer. But some ;im' Oil 37' i NW Finance .l.-i2 J EA Oil !l 15' -j NW Growth 5 "B i Canadian Council on of autonomous only persons at. least 1 Oil Oil Wnr AM' Prin Growth reports information and years old and information Pri i 13. 5.54 5 71 r Prrv SIpcl 7 fl7rj "Tern Growth 5 11 impression that in by young people was 1.50 Un Accum .'..R.I to travel lias poalted was not possible to always thoroughly checked. ,'i -ih' rJi'f-H'it 1' ?S Univ Savings 1. in 7.72 fi Vnncjunrd 10 07 11 soon taper extent of venereal ATTITUDE n -in V-W 2V RO VANCOUVER r Co ?.'T MINES Anuk study, released Tuesday, most people think thai transient youth, but indications showed an increase general public reaction to transients seemed "a somewhat Sr-rrl .i -iS Ar1ic Mining of transient youths previous year, the vaguely sympathetic f'1 next year and then the study says. Atti- .70 Brcnda as hitch-hiking begins people spoke of of police to transients and i "1's J Croyde'n its appeal, especially if decrease in drug versa had softened. City r n Crin FV 11 Q-.tiin i f pit o? Dankofi .64 V.'.1 t ' :7 Dollil Varden 5. -10 PIPE LINE STOCKS Fort Roliance .34 Tr A 50.01) Giant Mascot S.OO fii- lr P'cJ 75 00 GraniEie 7.30 -'its ?u oo Kllm Copper .09' 'i i-, Lornex 6-'5 N" i "lit Gas lV.37'i Minerals 1.30 I.vr Oni B 23.75 7 P-if T'-irs 1? Vi Pyramid .30' 2 H Silver Standard arc belter. But interviews by the council 237 young transients .show that almost Gl per cent of thorn would have travelled last summer even if full-time had been available. Almost (Hi among travellers, either because drug use really declined or because young people were better able to avoid side-effects. increased use of alcohol was noted in several centres council says provision oi services for transient youth are well in hand and developing in an organized way. It recommends that the government provide enough funds lo ensuro that a nation-wide network of Irn't-r -'Aim A fifi.frt Trxmnnt .77' plan to travel again Winnipeg, Toronto and hostels continues to be trry fnm V it.'fr.s "i po'-'.' M1SCEU.ANFOMS 1NDUSTRI R Va'i'c" Copper PiSr Wesi Pipe w 10. on INDUSTRIALS Block Brothars 3.00 Cor, fl.fjj R.75 IS Plrf II nn, n 77 "'L- -lt-Q''r r-- Vrn H 3 J! C3D 5.87'i l-'v Cront Foresl Ind The council study, supplemented by information from 44 youth hostels in cities and towns and from representatives of various government Lowering the age limit "or alcohol consumption appeared to be a factor. Some persons interne wed said runaway youths were developed. Youth hostels should be small, preferably accommodating a maximum of about 50 persons, it is recommended. untmne ,'J? Growers B 3.65 1-fVun'l im Kc'' Industries social agencies, says the number of transients last n increased generally but n firr-w B Inri wanner r-, In T.'2 ennic lo Ibis I remnie northwry.trni Untiirm to'.vn 12 ;iw. decl i sny IKIVV ninny snpnori 'studded firrs ehm If he lo jail of bake will IK- left v.'ith four doctors. The group say.s (he ban. I whieh wont, info effoel. in Xov- ;vomber across the province, may fni' urban sonlh'Tii i Ontario roads, bu> mil fur north- I crn winters. j NKCKSSAIIV I'OI? SAT'KTV In this mining of I'.'.'CO. i located miles nortlicasl of i Winnipeg, (led tires arc luve.vnry Inr safety and don't damage i packed That view isn't shnred hy the i Ontario cabinet, which stuck hy its decision ,'if'er rreei1, a 'KOOO-signaluro pciitlon firm llv- tmvns of Drulcn and i KcnoiM. i Transport Minister Charles McXaughlon told the petiUoners by letter no change in the law is expected. lie said studs damage i (lie rends and aren't that much i help to motorists. Mr. McNaughton told the Icg- j islature this week the Ontario j government is investigating use of plastic chains for car tires, 1 whieh may be morc effective and less damaging to road sur- i faces. I When Dr. Gloster told provin- i cia! police in Red Lake early in i November that he was using i.studded tires, he got a sum- 1 mons. Other motorists followed, i and I he first court appearance was set. for today. The ban has people stirred up in this town, accessible by 110 1 miles of two-lane hardtop run- ning north from the Trans-Can- ada Highway. lending firm formed VANCOUVER (CP) Laii- rent.ide Financial Corp. Lid., a Vancouver-based financial scr- v i c e s company, announced here that, a new lending and leasing company, North Conti- nent Capital Ltd., lias formed. The new company will enter the commercial lending and in- dustrial leasing fields, Laurcn- tide. announced. Kaurentide owns M per cent and Corporation (T -San Francisco owns per crtit nf I'rc PP ill ion capital of North Continent Cap- ital Lid. The Family Space Saver Reg. Beautiful, stylish and economical, too. This space saver has 3 roomy cabin- ets HIS is 23 x 8 x 7" high with sturdy polystyrene sliding drawers. The middle cabinet also 23 x 8 x 7" high with sliding mirror drawers for HER The bottom cabinet is OURS. It is extra-large, 23 x 8 x 11" high with steel sMdincj doors. Filigree guardrail trims on each cabinet also serves as shelves. Chrome r.toc! london poios have towel slirrups and extend from 7'8" to Enameled cabinets aic mauve. Open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. until Christmas. Centre Village Mall Phone 328-9231 ;