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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta It, THE UTHMIDCf HIKALD 21 Miscellaneous Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, McCaai; Limited) LAST BID OE SALE t-m. Quolw) Market records sharp decline TORONTO (CP) Prices on, Combined volume on the lion- j J.VAW- i _ _1 ___. J i r" BP Cifl SOW Gin Ex North Mn Nurr.SC Per-: Ocean J. J- V S the Toronto stock market were treal and Canadian ex sharply lower in moderate mid- changes at 11 a.m. was mornSg trading today. j shares, compared The industrial index, consid-1 at the same time Friday. ered a major indicator of mar-1 utilities fell 1.40 to 159.42, rn- ket trends; was dcrra L50 to dustrials 1.17 to 241.70, the com- 21715 base metals .05 to 83.00 posite 1.16 to 229.73. banks .41 to i ow and western to 217.50. j 279.43 and papers .38 99.97. j Golds were up .77 to 137-24. Vo 000 000 Friday. _ Beverage, industrial Earcng, i JIARKET DROPS and yoRK (Ap) _ Ot! On the Montreal stock Ez-i INDUSTRIES pipeline and merchandising j stocks were among sectors 01 i the market recording the worst; loses hank, real estate, j trust and ban and utility Isues! were higher. of: WESTERN OILS 6.35 riwfcy Oil >7.o East GK Hwfcy Oil S Pf4 42.25 H 'Jii'.y c A s' 7.75 Inter Site! C Pfd M OH 71. iyx 55.15 TRADE MZMSTEB-Alas- tak Giliespie, newly -appoint- Consumers hurt in pocketbook New York Service TJEW YORK Prices rose dramatically for three of the nation's basic commodities last wheat, corn and soy- beans and tbe affect hit con- sumers where it hurts, in tbe pocketbook. TDK price rises were evident in futures trading on the Chi- cago board of trade during a hectic week in which volume set a record last Wednesday. A futures contract caUs for delivery by a seller to a buyer of a commodity at some speei- iry prices !s with wid- tning effects, like the ripples from stooes tossed into a river. This year, ordinary demand and supply relationships havt V-VAAJU w-v fied future date. Tbe prices are changed partly because oC tm an indication of what experts j Russia crop failure and partly think they might be later. because of bad weather in somt The drama of rising cotmsod- pollution order issued WASHINGTON (AP) Toe ment required on all new cars. J r- Environmental EPA Administrator Wiffiam ed trade minister, relaxes in IKDUSTRIAL "r market today: advise that serious oi> blocking the roaa 8 C'ie v.'sr Trsrs Trsrs r MUTUAL F'JKDS be j HcSw ffovesmoeso; survey is in to detPrsusf1 the current j quesfcosaire sisae of noswfaxsal languages, dstermine how ma-; S "eK j talamg their lOr iissSv-iyuA xu. 2.00 V.lrrifsli Irr.ssca I.-ir t.'ici ass near completion nickel mine i shut off equip-1 ten appeals. -----------------------------------------1 Tae EPA the order I -wouM affect two miBicm 1S73 to increase bean w -puces, jiosc Amencsni sre I twn not require ot, t ?eruT. those veaides alreaoy oir tae; r. i assembly line. i j The devices automatically; or all of a car's ara SshmeaL did Americans t a k eouipmeci in GABORNE, Botswana (Eea-fEntcn protectorates fee fuel mkture ter) Out in the. hot dusty i mining proiject. Along thus tnan a passing poetical iaa fishermen have had lean catches of anchovies this year. anchovies are Nor j entering the engine, tous ia- .the K fonner i vice the government Bctesranars bor- j other new mining schemes is der both Rhodesia to transform amount _ South Africa, engineers are from one of the poorest; mmorile allowed to :scars tca" EuS3ia ajso nearing the final stage of vrork j to one of the richest of the i chased a large amoirat 01 soy- to faring a giant coroer and i vrorld's developing natiocs. escape i beans. nickelmme Government estimate Tae EPA saoa oe-, The rOQ-sinian Selebs-Pikwe i taat by 1575 Selebi-PifcTre, and; vices are is' to ship its Srst i recenrly-opened diamond the United States i mine at Orapa on the edge of i a of rdn i the Kalahari desert, pro-1 toe car start more easuy ;i_ cnKJ_ Ygfc_ some Cg j_ i.r________________i rrfm- __. Selebi-Pibji-e fe the S17 znHlion a year in enue. i IS !W vrith about; in cold Aswtaer peg. direct rev-! man dence is a J switch thai cuts in several sec- INOUSTR1A.LS 7.75 Business failures increase i sviich thai cuts in several sec This is more than BotsTrsna's ords after the _ automatic trans- ;i total domestic revenue at the I mission has shifted from low to time it gained inQepenGfiace 512 1 high. j vears ago. I DEVICES I AMONG BIGGEST Selebi-Pikvre Trill become one of the biggest mines in southern 000 tons of refined nickel and J2-0! more than 15.000 tons of refined er each and yriH provide is for about 2.000 local Ageccy sources said toe de- discovered last sunv 1 emissive-control equipmest was being tested, I The sources said the devices By Gene Faweette A SOL1D 5TA75 MQNfl- HEftD- aufcUiJi. i g.sy hird jVjDlssrs S Ssrrh Ce Ccrp ST. Corp 22.03 Shti! CDA. S cirr.p f.75 Stssi cf Cia Selkirk A. Tr-aiers Grp A. Trs.TS Pp Gr- OT !SNlTiON 15 Orr A g asdtx) toTOS each vehicles K.75 V.'esteel Unisn Cir B -SKT iUJ ference Ukrasiaa culizire tbe miaistgr respccsibl- iur; 3Iontreal; _______jmmitJee said he vrel-; comes the study, but ssid the ,-i imsGTiam factor in the taisng tseir sativs is cczn- PREPARE QUESTIONAIEE par- A group of social saenrsts; Cniidreri at home, have prepared a cassaosaire; kams to corn- .23 Dom March, Canadian business fail-i ures totalled 189 in October., j 157L and 205 in September this i year. Turner Valley Dollar liabilities in October; reached S15.3 millioc, sH.gb.Ov below last years SI6.4 miSoTi but up from Septembers Cdr, BANKS Onebec. SasEStcbe-i CALGARY (CP) Al- i d _ _, -r T '_____L_ -M f_ interstate commerce -without a vslid certificate of cocfonrsty- Ford issoed a statement shortly after the EPA as- j ncuncemeot saying, "As far as I iFord Motor Co. is ccEicemed, our 1973 vehicles are in com- pliance Tsrith the Clean Air Act lYeu? Yorfe stoclts (SnppEed By PJclianJscii Secnritles of Canada) VaacKiver, Sdmoffioa, to 'advance the language; peg, ata Montreal ioe training of proper groups to be Ger-: mer and increasing of the va- T errf T '9.25 22 wan and' Alberta 'recorded in-lherta government receh-ed creases from with from tbe ssle cf Quebec reaching" a siz-mosth i petroleum and natural gas hish and Alberta a five-month jlsases last high. Big cities showed a sharp j The single bid vas ucsinng, vrici Mbstreai Mtfeg; from Great Northern OH LtcL bighWc level since May. I which paid for 320 acres 1071. ;in fee Tomer Valley area of Calgary. I Diccrrr i Eiec U.S. _______ .U I-7.S IS V.' Ciis 271J2 cff 1.135X303 2s.K YORK AVERAGES S 22.0j 50 iricsf off- 11.55 c and numDSTS tail Grain price review Winnipeg Grain TOROKTO srd 20- ISS-JST Ssi-3 Cff 2-55 15 Urines cff AVERAGES 5Tcc5 CONTROL Dividends I Wolf copulations ere largely! By THE CANADIAN" PRESS __________ "t Canadian Imperial Bank of a certain dens- i Commerce, 2 cents, Feb. L is attained in a specific; record Dec. 3. 15-12-72 Og.l5aes nnn LIFE INSURANCE UUU Amount) (20-Yeor Decreasing Convertible Term insurance) FT WOULD PAY YOU TO COMPARE THIS WITH ANY OTHER TERM PLAH1 MONTHLY PREMIUMS (P.A.C. Plan) Age 21-57.12 Age 35-ST2.39 25-57.63 Age 40-S18.49 Age 45-S28.40 KEN BELSHER OCCIDENTAL UFE 439A HOLIDAY VILLAGE Phone 328-0944, Res. 328-0994 i vious close fisz prices; vrere doxTi tbe limit of 10 cents WTCCIPEC- (CP) All com- modiiies worked session on the Wssazpeg C-ym- icodity Ezcbssge trxisy, prices were as much as bslarg pre- livestock livestock CALGARY Receipts OB the Calisry Hvestoc> msr- 1 a. i 1 i 1 head, mostly Trade ?ras active. stsers scarce, 75 higher thai 'last dose. No slaughter heifers offered, cws vrere' stsscy arxl bulls 50 cents higher ss-le? to 30.25. Choice slaughter steer; 37.25 to 37.90. good 36 to 37, medium to' 35.75. Good cws 26 to 27, medium 23.50 to 25.75. can- ners and cutiers 33 to Good bull5; 23 23.75. Insufficient replacement cat- tle or stock calves offered to establish a market. No hogs sold to H a.m. ar-d ciher con Friday's %'ois2ne oC trade i h-usbfets of 1 of asi 1.501.000 of rye. iikJ-sessioa prices: Fiaz: Dsc. 10 lowsr 3.65: 15127 s "tower 3.75A; July 9 tow- er i Raoeseed Vaocoirver: Jan. 8 3.12A; March 7% lower 0 i.. T.-YJIJ. "iove" 3 15B Eaoeseed Tsusder Bay: Dec. Lo-A-er 2.9SA: May 7 IOTPBT Oats: Dec- lorK'er T--V- Oli- ilav 2'i 7 SSvaA. i Bar lev: Dec. lower li.40B: L42HA. i Rye: Dec. iovrer iram Walker's Special Old. Gentle Rye Whisky. I.60A- Hog prices Dollar value MONTREAL