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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 27, If72 THE UTHMiOCE HfftALD 21 Miscellaneous quotations WINNIPEG: Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, McCuaig Limited) LAST BID OR SALE up Market prices in active trading WESTERN OILS East C Ajhlend E? Can j Can South i Clin Gas Cdn Horr.esid Cdn tno Gal Oil Cd.i Super Cdn Loos Is Charter Gt. North CSd OJ! Ou HusKy Oil 4.15 Husky Oil 8 250 Oil War Husky Vi'ar H.37VJ Prov Pipt 12 50 Inter Prov !ov Qr i Inv 5.30 Myt Acc'-w TORONTO 'CP> Prices on! Mining 1s to S197i, Petro- the Toronto stock market were; leums .32 to and Numac mixed in active mid-morning Oil to S23V4. trading today. Campbell Chibougamau The industrial index, consid- j clised .25 to Malarctic a major indicator of mar-; Gold .06 to 66 cents, Bankeno ket trend, moved up Pan Gas .12 to! Mines .05 to Asamera Oil 17.05 50 23.53 4.25 2.45 ii85 S.'S 22.25 27.75 16. to .62 13.00 5-.C5 West Con While Yufcwi CALGARY ni Oil Con? Warner 6.75 Gr Nat Cdn !.50 N.W. Gro, 30.62 Pfm Royfund Grj 3.25 Un AcC'Jr 12.82 U.02 6.w 4.W VANCOUVER MINES World market place for gold futures i By WILLIAM BORDERS j Since the middle of Novem- 5 buy here without breaking the town Winnipeg. It is the world's New York Times Service her, the Winnipeg Commodity j law. only marketplace for gold fut- WINNIPEG Wheat is still {Exchange has been doing a; In the first month of trading, i ures. i king in Winnipeg, but buyers j brisk trade in gold futures, at-; contracts for about million j "It's too soon to say -what j from tiany parts of the world trading the attention of Swiss i worth of gold have been sold j sort of tread there will be, bat are looking at a more glamor- bankers, Middle East hoarders, j on the floor of the exchange, a tbe trading so far has been as HI I ous commodity that has just j European jewellers, and cavernous high ceilinged room j busy as we said P. come to the market in this perhaps, some wistful Ameri-; on the sixth floor of a nonde-1 K. Huffman, the secretary- windswept farming can speculators, who 30 PIPE LIKE STOCKS AJia A Gas P 17.25 218.82 and' western oils .10 to: to and Canadian Home-! w. 272.33. Golds were off 1.26 to 36.07 and base metals .05 to 82.23. Volume at 11 a.m. rose sharply to compared with 342.000 shares traded at the same time Friday. Ram stead Vi to'Sll. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP; Utilities were the only exception to across-the-board advances in _ light trading on the Montreal Petroleums trade" more stock market today, than one million shares. Combined volume on Oil refining, beverages.'treaJ and Canadian stock ex- banks, steel and trust and foao changes at 11 a.m. was were among sectors of the mar-i shares, compared witn ket recording pains while real; at the same time Friday. estate, chemical paper and for- i Banks rose 1.33 to 280.45. in- est and general manufacturing dustrials 1.10 to 245.78. toe com-; Gez Metro Gsz Tr cda ?W 5 Tr Pfd A Trars Ccs V.'e Trsii Tra.-.s MUTUAL 22.25 Cdn Brtx- A Cdft 3 Cdn Pacific FUNDS 8.57 ?.5r B.C. i 5-52 2.C. r Copper INDUSTRIAL. S'-'Sar 7.50 i ,n 3.40 I J2 -2T- .25 7.50 Govt. unable to persuade auto makers to cut prices OTTAWA As l0n? tne ?rlce used to stabilize liquid and exceeds lures. Brewers add it to beer to i it seems sensible a futures market." explained. "And reduce the head. Ice cream and rjbber_ arft jnaiiufaWed i oni? the use of aigin. also is used in the proc- essing of paper and certain tex- j i tiies. and is an important coin- i i ponent of dental impressiGS ures exchange, so it's logical for .peseed Thunder Dec. 34 higber 2.97 y4A: May high-! compounds :.o5 July unchanged i The enthusiasm persons JMnds'on offer. Insufficient beif- j ;beaa8 mostly steers to j price major concessions announced for in Canada. I Barley: Dec. i May -s higher 1.44 TAXES CUT g Cnoice slaughter 37.50 i government an- to 33. to 37.25, medi- (SSt5L S Eve- Dec 1 hisher i esB- g0od hard at isje._jjec. x i.tsii: Mav to jf wasn't i -n. Bv THE CANADIAN least nve persons died wn ana cideiltanv in British Columbia S; JU1} 2 4 to compete with large ter-1 rsnaniar oigner Oct. not open. restrial soras rf from 6 _ _ ners and cutters 19 to 23.50. i ,K T T T T banks j ing steers 900 pounds and more j i6Vr ruliy I t'bTee, the last I month, the government an- nouncenient said that GM and 1 Ford of Canada had assured j 1611011101" Mr. Gfllespie that "there would j 5? be no increase in the wholesale prices cf 1973 model cars in Canada above their current lev- els." addition, have accepted t objective of significantly ing the differential in car prices between Canada and- the United i Good feeder steers more jthan 750 pounds 36 to 38. Good I stock heifer calves 37 to 44.30. I Hogs base price 37.90. increase NEW YORK fAP; A Hog Air raids break lull of two other big banks and in- g EDMONTON fCP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided i by tie Alberta Hog producers marketing board: Edmonton: S37.90. average Fri- day i Red Deer: S37.90. average I day average voJved in traffic accidents. DeBbert Blake NuttaH, 21, of Campbell River, died Sunday morning when toe car he "vras driving went off the road near I Campbell River. I Alice Smith. 86. of Penticton. iy night when she was Fri- Charlotte Lucille Peterson. 15. of Quesnel. was killed Sunday when the car in ivhich she was riding went off the road at Clin- By DAVID LANCASHIRE TEL AVTV (AP) Israeli jets crossed the ceasefire line; c with Syria today to bomb_ and Chemical Bank and Marine the their roost in the 1 Leihbrid-se: Nil. day nil. jLioycinmster: Ni day 38.05. total hogs sold 422. tola] hogs [sold Friday 2.518. Average IS38.09. Sow sold today averag- ed S25.25. William Hamilton. 56. of Sur- average Fn- rey. was killed Sunday when he was struck by a car wfails Fri- crossing the King George high- Charles Arthur Patrick Logan. 22. of Bumaby." was kill- ed Monday when his car roiled over. occupied Golan Heights, where I the heaviest fighting since the I 1970 cease-fire flared Nov. 21. j The Israeli command said all I its planes returned safely. i damage or Arab casualties was I issued. the companies, it said. Giilespie was quoted as Heaw strike; Reopened bank interest rates. Changes in the prime rate are pegged to fluctuations in short- term interest rates in the money market and these have been rising sharply recently. Friday, First National City Bank, the second-largest bank in the country, and Mellon Bank BANFF From AP-RELTER SAIGON (CP) United States planes flew 1.400 strikes; of Pittsburgh, a major com- against the Hanoi and Haiphong mercial bank, increased their Tne Trans- areas of North Vietnam in the' prime lending rates to six per THE EARTH AS SEEN BY APOUO 17 CREW A fantastic view of the sphere cf the inc cMKin MS r. i Earth as photographed from Apollo 17 fpocecraft dunng the fnol lutior hnd.ng on ir> NASA's Apollo program. This photo extends from the Mediterranean Sec area to the Antarctic south polar ice cop. Note the heavy cloud cover m the Southern Hemisphere, Almost the entire coostline of the continent of Africo is clearly delineated. The Arobion Peninsulc con be seen at the northeastern edoe Africa. The large island off the south- eastern cocst of Africa is the Malagasy Reblic The Asian mainland on the horizon toword the northeast. i Canada Highway through the lost week and devastated scores i cent, citing higher short-term Rogers Pass wa s reported this cf nulitarv targets, the L.S. ictBrest rates. j _ forc. r2dio heaviest floating prime rates, which are i gd closuj.e American raids of the war were i by just a few of the banks. i The Bar.ff-Jaspef Highway, j launched on Hanoi and Hai- These institutions have for- j c-tosed snow, was not j phong Tuesday night and today, j mulas that automatically follow j expected to be open until lale I with IJ planes, including eigfat movements in money market today at the earliest i B-52s shot down. 1 rates to determine the prime. PARADE HOMES SHOW HOME OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Wed., Thurs., Fri., 7-9 p.m. 1906 Road (2 doore N. df Weolee'i Moin Cntrcnce) PARADE HOMES LTD. 328-8535 ;