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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, O.c.mb.r 18, 1973 UTHBflDOE HIVLO 21 Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, McCuaig Limited) LAST PAD OF. SALE WESTERN OILS fcc-.J Of. Market records sharp decline TORONTO fCP) Price-, on, Combined volume on the Mon- the Toronto market were, trcal and Canadian stock e7- v o, sharply lower in moderate mid- charges at il a.m. was morning trading May. stores, compared with ThP index, cor-id- at the same time Friday, a major indicator of rnar-! utilities fell to 159.42, in- ket trends, was down to dmtriah 1.17 to 2SL70, the com- and papers .53 to 5O.S7. On the Montreal stock Ex- Laidlaw Motorways 217 15, bast metals .'A to W.W and oils 3AS to 2i7.vO. Golds up .77 to lSf.21. Volume by il a.m. shares compared with traded by the .same time Canadian Arena to Friday. Beverage, industrial mining. M1RKET DROPS pipeline and rnerchano'i-mg of YORK s to Canadian Imperial H to 531'-i and Eudd Au- Consumers hurt in pock el book U.S. commodity prices up New York Times Service Icago board of trade during pitas 1- complex with wld- NKW YORK Prices rose hectic week in which volume li.ning effects, like ripples dramatic-all'.- (or tlirw of the a record la'-t Wednesday. a river. i nation's basic commodities last i A futures contract calk lor j tp.mxA wheat, corn and !.ov-' delivery bv a txjller to a buyer txians and tm alfect hit con- of a c'jrnmo'JJty at some spwi- lan-d orners wiwre it hurts, in the' fej date. Tra priivi arc changed partly of ttre oc'V-etlxxA. i an indication of what experts fail'ire arid partly Tne price rises were evident think they might be later. in toma -'-r.edrarnaofrisingcoi.amod-; in future', trading on the f.'hi- Auto pollution order issued Stales. Higher wheat prices ly Lifluenc-e t-ie price o! bread arid v.b'jit and i higher cyjm prices make it more ezperi-'.ivt: for farmers to their bogs, In t-je case of the I i rare ar.d LnicVj stiU to w; pr> Enonneers near completion C A vt-rades alreao.. ofi tne h.VR had in B'-thlebem lost to and Teci: C'jrp. A J5 to Camflo increased i'J to LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL 'CP All sec- Mines spurted 1U to M3i- Distillers Seagrams to's-WH. Liter-national Nickel of :i at S31T6, Alcan at Massey U at Toronto mines., industrials (Sirpplied F5y Rjcbardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE On the American Stock chanje. Scurry Rainbow Oil was off at and Cans- cian Marconi i T> NYSE index of some 4Vj common was down to W.W, trje mdex was off to 2-J.40. Tne EPA estimated the order _., ,.f_ ____ affect two millira 3973 rare Liicks still to be pro- next vcar but said the ac- of sup- b e a n of copper, nickel mine i.j..i {isberrnec have ha-i lean line. catches of anchovies this year. Tne de-rices automatically ,f-rfr ancho'.ies disable part or all of a cars Ltto fivhrneaj. eo'dipmerit British protectorates biggest Language survey to cost V.T.TrfPEG 'CPj -Dr. Stan- lev Haidasz, minister o! state, said a way to determine the currtr.t sute of r-orj-officisl ian-jasei. being usw to re'-i.n these tne tiver.ess of educational oil to promote .an- to th'- riuor.a! cor.- on the cevel'jcmer.t o. the lor is to ethriic c-o.-mnnlties in re- taining thcir ha-.e 'prepared a cjev.ior-iire w'rt'.h V.-1J! he distrhJVjti to tr.e eight ethnic :n Vaw.-0-iver. Toronto and groups to are Ger- and Chinese. study is to be ir. one year. T-.--! attempt to how veil the ma- etr.-Jc oimrnunities are re- tre rr.etho'I-; for third iar.suaje retention, th; demarid lar.guages, aryi fre effecti'p-er.fess different ed- Iv'a'ior-ai n-.e-thods of promoting the use o: languag- "br. Peter Kondra of Montreal president of t-r.e Ca- nadian" committee said he wel- comes ti'.e s'.ucy, said the rr.o-t i.-r-portan-.' factor in the retention of languages is ccnv mtjj.icatiori between the par- ents anri children at home. "If the child learns to com- rniiicate in the mother to-gue a' ho.Tie. the to advance u-e language in the training of mine is expected to ship its first tne TrJs is more than Botswana's orids after the automatic trans- total domestic revenue at the mission has shited from low to ttrne it gained independence Eix vears ago. DEVICES DISCOVERED AMONG BIGGEST said the de- Selebi-Piiwe become one last suns- of the biggest mines in southern ms-nufacfurTs' Africa. Initially it vdli yield equipment was W) tons of refined mcitel j more than IS.CW tons- of refined rosoer tarh proride sain tne device By 1KB. when a second mine the EPA tests -jithout r.g- Ls brought Lito production, more niiicantly red'icing Cne vehicles' Chan jobs stojld be av able to Africans and tte town of Selebi is to have Act population of about per- j The Clean Air sofj. This v.-31 make it one o! civil penalties of up to York stocks (Supplied By PacBardion Sccarilits of Canada) Business ;l 'increase TORONTO 'CP) Canadian business failures to a five-month hieh in October of says, a "credit reporting agerK-y. It was the highest ber total since 1S04. Dun and Bradstreet says the 254 faiiurc-s were the highest since 320 in ;.fay in March. Canadian h'isiness fail- ures Totiiled 169 Li Octcrx.-r. in trie year. liahiiities; in Ortoix-r rsached S15.3 million, slizht'.y below last year's S15.4 million hut up from September's SI4.7 million. Quebec. Cntarin. Saskatche- CALGARY (CP) The wan ard Albena recorded in- terta government r e ceived creases from with from the sale c: Quebec reaching a six-mo--th petroleum and natural gas ush and a five-month leases last Eia cities showed a sharp Tne highest single hid was v.i'h Montreal from Great Northern Oil Ltd. "levtl since :.lav, which paid S3S.J4S for 320 acres "in the Turner Valley area ______________ souLhwest of Calgary. 0- the level of air By Gene Faw A KEiY SO.'S MOMI-' HE L '3-1 Ci RDJ r" CAN NT I S'JZZERSJJMCS 5-Oir Turner Yalley sold for each vehicie introaucea Lito interstate commerce witho'jt a valid c-enificste of cotsfonrii'.y. Ford isstied a statement shoniy after the EPA an- nouncement saying, ''As far as Ford Motor Co. is concerned, vehicles are in coni- pliance wiCn the Clean .4ir Act and all EPA regulations." A THE (SMfGf AHO Off IN Z MIHUTES.' WOLF CONTROL Grain price review Winnipeg Grain Dividends V.'olf populations are largely By THE CANADIAN PRESS self-limiting, and numbers fail Canadian Imperial Bank of to Increase once a certain dens- Commerce. 2 Feb. 1. itv is attained in a specific record Dec. 3. area. 15-12-72 Cg.ISaes LIFE INSURANCE (Iniliol Amo-jnli t20-Year DeerEasing Convertible Term Invjicr.'.e) IT PAY YOU TO COMPARE THIS WITH. ANY OTHER TERM PLAN! MONTHLY PREMIUMS (P.A.C. Plcn) Age 21-S7.12 Age 35-SI2.39 75-S7.63 Age 40-S18.4V 30-S9.13 Ags 45-523.40 KEN BELSHER OCCIDENTAL LIFE 439A-HOLIDAY VIllAGE fhone 328-0944, Res. 328-0994 ''vx revels, ftii prices limit of io'cents eorr.- and Bother co.-nrnodi'.ies v.ere of trade v.-ai rA- V-inels of flaz. o' rarxr'.ewJ ar.d of rye- Livestock Calgary livestock Jan. 8 i lower Hog prices HJ.MONTO.'; 'Cfy AVCT- hoj.s sv'ti'ic'Ai'herta Hog Marketing Board Monday: I averagi! Friday, I'i d r S Fridav, %'.7. .B'iisri Calgary:, average 'yi.'.f: Friday, K.82. Moat Nil, average: Friday. 37.75. Nil, Friday, M in VS. at Hogs lo 11 am. un'hant'ed at SI.00 Total sold Friday 4 16 I'wind f.terlirig up at Average 28.M. Price oi tows Dollar value I ;