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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta May 24, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 West oil stocks continue advance TORONTO (CP) Western oils again led advances as prices in most major sectors of Hie Toronto stock market moved higher in moderate mid- morning trading today. The western oil index was up 1.10 to 221.11, industrials .65 to 205.56 and base metals .52 to 97.34. Golds dropped 2.25 to 205.20. Volume hy 11 a.m. was 764.030 shares, up from al the same time Tuesday. Declines held a slim margin over advances, 34 (o 120, with J115 issues unchanged. Beverages, communication, industrial mining and pipeline stocks moved moderately higher while food processing, oil refining and real cstalc issues led the losses. Iralconhridge gained to Seagrams to Ahed Music 5i to SOU, Dome Pete to and Moore V'z to Dynasty advanced to Shorrilt Gordon la to Numac to S15% and Western Decalta 10 cents to S5-45. Hank dropped Hi lo S27, Kof- fler Stores A lo 59. Tara Vi lo S16li, Camno 15 cents to 54.85 and Westuighouso Canada Lo s LIGHT TRADE MONTREAL (CP) Prices were mixed in light morning trading today on Lhe Montreal stock market. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian slock exchanges al 11 a.m was shares, compared with at Uie same lime Tues- day. On Index, industrials climbed .75 to 213.31, utilities .14 to 161.25 and banks .01 to 268.50. The composite Tell 55 to 209.16 and papers .06 lo 90.77. Beef futures WINNIPEG beef futures close Tuesday. Jly 36.00A; Sep 35.25; Nov 32.25N. Friday's volume: six con- tracts. By Gene Fawcettc THE AGED, ANYONE ALONE WITH FEAR OF BE- CCWIWG AFRIENDINANEWINSTRU- MENT THAT AUTOMATICALLY DIALS A PREDETERMINED TELEPHONE NUMBER FOR HELP-IF IT IS NOT PERIODICALLY RESET... Distillers Corp.-Scagrams rose ll.i to Walker-Good- erham to Moore (o ?47T-H .Simpson's Vt to S27, Al- goma Steel U to and Abi- libi ?lll'i. Bank of Nova Scotia lost 'A to Imperial Oil to and Alcan Is to S20. PRICES IIIGIIBR NEW YORK (API Stock market prices edged higher today in moderate trading. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was up 3.99 at 96S.29. Gainers led losers hy about 7 to 5 among issues traded on the New York Slock Exchange. Walker-Gooderham was up to among Canadians. Ahead were Distillers Sea- grams, at S37H, and Interna- tional Nickel, al Mclntyre Porcupine was I'r higher at Dome Mines was down ?i On the American Stock Ex- change, Canadian Marconi was up at S3.3B and Brascan Ltd. off at ?22li. Cahoon tvms golf tourney FOREMOST (Special) Harlan Cahoon won the honors in the recent Foremosl Golf Club tournament with t w o rounds of 37 each on the nine- hole course. Placing in the championship [light was Alan Doig of Etzi- kom. The consolation winjicr was Geoff Tagg. The first flight was won by Floyd Nelson, with Charlie Hougen placing second and Jolm Wolfe winning the conso- lation. Gil Mehlen won the second flight from Larry Hougen and Reinhold Karl. The third night winner was Dave Garner, fol- lowed by the only woman golf- er in the tournament Vikki Machuk of Lethbridge, and Black Wilson of Manybcrries. The prize for the longest drive from the tee on the 428- yard, fiflh hole went to Harlan Cahoon. The closest to the pin on the 161 yard fourth hole was Dave Garner at 33 inches. Public works COALDALE (HNS) Tho town public works dcparlment has been very busy assisting other departments. According [o a report sub- millc'I by councillor Abe Ens from Jim Taylor, public works foreman, cosl for men and ma- chinery to carry out the work for the other departments amounted to about in April. Public works crew and ma- chinery worked on (he Sports- plex, S852; clear water storage, ?575; "water and sewer depart- ment, 5299; assisted the gas company, mutual telephone, department of highways and sold some top soil. JOINS RANKS Claude IWorin former dcpuly min- ister of inlcr-governmcnlal affairs and an adviser on fed- eral provincial relations (o four consecutive premiers, is shown at a news conference where lie announced lie lias, joined the separatist Parti Qncbeenis. Livestock Lethbridge Livestock fSupplicd by Canada Department ol Agriculture) On offer lo a.m. 150 cattle. Receipl.s mostly slaughter cattle. Trade strong and active Good and choice butcher steers meeting keen demand, prices cents to 50 cenls higher. Mr. Norman Hansen, Taber, sold one load .strictly choice high yielding steers averaging 993 Ibs. at 37.00. This is the highest, price that has ever iceii paid for choice steers at the Lethbridge yards' All class- es of 50 to ?1 higher, un- der keen demand. Bulls steady. Medium and good feeder steers 50 cents or more higher. Choice steers .37 lo 37.50: good 35.73 to 30.75; medium 32 to 33. Good eoivs 27.75 to 28.30; me- dium 25.50 to 27.50, canners md cutlers 20 lo 25. Good bulls to 23. Good heavy feeder steers over 050 Ibs. 3G to 37.20; 800- 900 Ibs. 38 to 3D. Butcher hogs sold Tuesday at the Lelhbridgc yards 29 95 to 30.25 base price. 160 hogs sold for export price converted to 24.05 liveweight. Calgary livestock CALGAHY (CD Receipts at the Calgary livestock market lo 1] ii m.. included 925 bead, mostly slaughter heifers and cows. Trade was active. Slaughter steers were steady wilh medium lo good holsteins 32 lo 33.50. Heifers were fully steady; cous were steady for quality; bulls were steady with sales 'to 30.25. Choice sliuighler sleers 30.75 lo 37.CO. Rood 35.25 lo 30.50, me- dium 33.50 (o 35. Choice heifers 34.75 lo 35.50, good 33 lo 34.50, medium 30 lo 33 Good cows 27 28, medium 2o lo 2G.sO, can- THE POLICE ami cullers 20 lo 21.50. Good bulls 211 lo .in. CITY OF cattle were mainly steers between and hereby offer for sole pounds and lieifers between 550 ;mr] 700 pounds- No PUBLIC calves offered. Good feeder sleeps more (ban pounds 3.1 lo Good THE FOLLOWING UNCLAIMED heifers 32 to M.BO. Gooc .stock and feeder 2-1 lo BICYCLE SERIAL NO. NO. MAKE COLOR base1 price 29.70. 1 6545A Hiowalhn Bl. ond Wh. DRATIIS 2 12975 G.T. Cyclone Mauve accidents on Kcrwe- 3 JO70686 CCM Rambler Bl. and Wh. bipluvays declined in 197 i, 22224 G.T. Cyclone Black -105 from in 5 3458676 Triumph 3 Spu. Bl. ana Wh. Boys 6 Hiowalha Red Boys 7 H026646 C.C.M. SI. and Wh. 8 12809 G.T. Cyclone Mauve Boys 9 S7-9A027 Husky Bl. and Wh. 10 12234 Black Hawk Bl. and Wh. GirU 11 34762 Rehuill Red 12 G.T. Cyclone Lime Gr. Boys 13 1736AU Hiawalho Bl. and Wh. Space 14 K545429 Boycresl Blue and Speed King STORES or 3 OFFICE 15 66775 Bl. and Wh. 16 190EW 1000 Sq. n. 17 Blue 7000 Sq. Fl. 10 Maroon Immediately Those bicyclos mny bo Impeded nt Ilie police station Ample Parldng n bid mny be entered on ono bicycle or tho entire Fully Modern Bids must he entered on the propor form which rnoy be Good Location Inincd nl the police ilalion complninl AGENCIES P. BROWN RIDS CLOSE FRIDAY, MAY 36th, 1972 AT 6 327.7077 Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal hy Ddlicrly, MrCiiiiig Liinilcd) LAST urn art S.ALU n.m. Ou'jlcs WESTERN OILS i Alia Fasl Gas Asamera 19 r a.m. Quoles) Cdn Ex GaS Cdn Homesld Cdn Loncj Is Charier Chieflan Dime Pnle Gl Plain-. Gt Cdn Oil Loch If; I Ncrlh Cdn Oil Nui Knl'.rr WOT i Paulic jtetl 13.7S D w Gr 31.67'? lernp Gr Pcle 7.75 'I 'ft 7H t IS '0 20 T> 6 15 1.4i 15 T71 r 7.33 5.34 5 tV 629 6 VI 5.11 511 7 OS 737 P.01 5.60 615 B.13 ft9i contro trouble confirmed by Pepin Pai Pan Ocean Pclrol 1. Pinnacln Place Gns Ponder Ranger 17. Scurry Rain 15 Spooner 9 Tolal 5. Ulsler l. W. DecaHa 5. West PtM- 9. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aqualainc Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew D Cdn Pacific 1 C-ln Sc-c-d u Yckcn CALGARY V.'c'-l Warner -5 TIRE LINE STOCKS Alln G.ii A 55 il He said however thai ru- moured lay-off.1; were not true. Opposition Leader UoljurL Staniield who raised Lhc: cjues- Lion in the House asked if Hie in- lies between Ford .''nil the 17.S Prolc'dion The jinrounctd Mon- I he Fort] Motor Companv duslry department dcvcl-1 condiicird faulty pollution FMd Dri-nda Bryccn Churchill CrcycJon D .inker u 470 .''.S .12 Inlnncl Nil I Gas N and C err. N .md C Cl Pld Gr.i Metro C-ni A Trans Crln Pipe Trsni Cda D Trarr 9U Ind Cygnus A Cygnus B Falcon Copper Genslar Home A Hud Bay Co Hud Ray Oil Hud Bay Oil Plci tf 2. Hugh Resell 31 IM Husky Oil Dolly Varden Dynasty n.iii) Equitorial 53 CO Fcrl Reliance 13.W Gifl-n! Mascot 5iO Granule Lsrncx iS.dO Lylton Minerals 75 Primer CC3 A Pyramid Cdn V.'ar 1-MJ'a Silver Slandard we" Tram Tt-xmcnl WC Trans 9.45 Trcjan MUTUAL FUNDS Cdn Com 1NDUSTR1ALS i 2? J fil Blcck Ores 7 17 7.B7 B.C. Sugar 2.4U B C. Suciar Pld 17.51 5 11 5.60 Canl Inler 5 ijl 6S4 7 a Crcolbrcck F Ind T i.: r-. It, i j Hys 3.93 A 37 Interior Brew 3 6 El Inler rincr j 5.11 591 Key Induil '.1 Ji.OO Dreyfus F U.S. 13.73 I5.C5 Pacific V-1 Air J? CO 17.12'; Gr In Shares i.U A 55 Sldmpcde Inll Res FquiTV H.i9 OILS Gr F 12.-U1360 Albany Oil .ft :s) Mutual 5-S7 Pc-fe Ac 595 6.5J Wc-sl Fxplor .H' OTTAWA Industry Trade and Commerce Minister Jcan- Lue 1'c'pin confirmed in Liie commons Tuesday thai Purd Motor fCompany lias cncoun- lion controls imposed hy the oped any plan Lo minimize its new enpim'x and may he United Stales. "ripple off eels" of Ihc djfficiiJ-j barred from sellim' any cars unli! terU are coin- pitted in Oftrj'ner at the rjarlicsL A'mv; wire fen'ices Tcwr'ra in a despatch from OnUrifj qiuited Tony s Ford of Canada informalion of- ficer, as .slnUrn Cnn.adinn Frjn! plan'.a ako forced Ic if American piai-lf clnvjcl. He explained Hint A Ford spokcsnan said the company had reassigned four DETROIT TAP) Ford Motor Co. has hinted it could, Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST DID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) Canada Tung. Cental Pal. Chimo Con west Wamblw Coin Lake Ccchenuur Craigmonl Dickenson Mines DecrJHorn D'Eldona Damp AAjne5 A'dona Discovery Easl Malarlit Easl Sullivan Falcanhridge Frohcx mes Hudscn Bay f.VS Hydra Px. Iron Bay Jollor Quebec Kcrr Addison Key Anncon Labrador LaKe Shorg Lanqis Silver Matiicn R L. Malarli; GF Maclnlyre a.m. vjuoiesl DEV. P.C. EXR 3.7 Quebec Man .1 Rayrcrk 1.1 Rediorp .3 Rio Algcrn 19.0 Roman Corp. 6.3 Sf'Grritf Gorcfon 16 3 Silver Miller C Sleep 2 D Tek CorD. 5.2 Texrronl .i Upper Cdn Weslcm Mines 37 V.'rfghl Horgreavr; 1.3 1.5 Windl-ill 3 Ycllov.-knife Boar INDUSTRIALS Slccl d Sugar Rrnzil Trar B.C. TeJ Burns B C. Foresl i B.C. Sunar i Enw Valley Ind CAE Ind Cdn Col Cellulose B.m. Quoits) Dofssco 78 Cable 70.25 Ford of Am 68.OQ Gl Cdn Oil Gen Motors Gt Lakes Pp Greyhound Gulf Oil Cda Hawker Sid Hur fi. Erie Hiram Walker Imp Oil Imasca Inl Nickel Inl Pipe Inv Group A, Inl Util Ind Accep) i Laurentlde Kelly Doug A Lccb A Mel 76 CO 17.37'1 30.13'. 3B M 3-55 31 75 25 JO 33.01 30.50 with help from Lhc Environmen- tal Protection Agency, meet ils i September deadline lor J97II model cars desjiilc EPA order liiat it rcLcst engine emis- sion conlro's. The implication that Ford stay O'l KC'licdulc came only ;i after Chairman Henry Ford U ?aid Ihe company "in one licll of a lol or Lrouble" and niisctl Die possibility of a long shutdov.n and massive layoffs v.'liile tlic rcte.sting was complcLcd. The possibility of a solution of the problem also was suggested by an EPA spokesman said1 'Obviously, we do not want to shut down Ford for four months." Jack Conmy, special assistant Lo EPA. Director William Ruck- elshaus, said the agency's law- yers are examining (.lie matter and expect to have some suggestions within a few days. The giant auto-maker said late Tuesday that some of its employees apparently withheld information which should have been included in emissions-cer- tification applications to the EPA. Sfoi ;ey Fprg Midrim Nu Wc5l Homes Alhona New Calomel W. Horse Copper Ncranda Norihcale Norlux M .76 .63 .in 6f.no .11 9.62' j .16 Cons Bnth Cons Gas Ccln W Nat Disl Seagrams Dom llndge Dcmtar Dor Dom 5.CO 1.12'i 5.00 i McMillan Moore Corp Mclsons A Norlh Cent 3 Power Corp Price Co. 3 Rolhmans -Si. Law Corp Shell CDA Simpson's Simp Sears Slcel of Cda Selkirk A Texaco i Traders Grp A Trar.s Mln Pp Trpns Cda Pp Union Gas Union Oil i Versatile Mlg. Wc-stccl i Union Car W PS) en's B Woodward's A i West Cdn Sped Zenilh Elec BANKS Mon I re a I Nova Scolia Royal Tor-Dom 9 03 72 C3 50.75 17.E7I 32.50 19.12' 21 75 2775 7.35 2615 II Stl 3G.50 34.37'.' 32.75 New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Scctirilies or Canada) Amr T and T .'.387'j Sears 117.25 70 Golds 205.37 oil 2.1.1 Anaconda 21.00 Sid Oil cf NJ. 72.fe7' j ID Base Met 96 10 Up 68 Belh Slccl 31.50 Texas Gulf TlBU'i 15 W Oils 111 3D up 219 Chrysler Texas Co 31 37' 2 Volume Comsat fR 50 ".'ickes Corn d] p7is Dupcn! 16750 J7.42'-NEW YORK AVERAGES GM 77.00 Wcslincihouse Elec 51-50 3D Indusl 76703 up d.73 Gull U.S. Siccl 30.87''3 3D Rails 1 A3 05 up 1.30 Inl Harvester 3363'r Gen Tel frclcc 30 OD 15 Ulililics 109.U off 35 CojJper 71 TORONTO AVERAGES 65 SJjckS 337.66 up Ufl Monlgqmerv Ward r 20 Indus; iD5.99 up 1.08 Volume elioices NEW YORK fCP) Bill Tor- rcy, general niimujjcr of Ihc New York Islanders franchise in Uic National Hookey League, refused loday lo confirm or deny thai lie and Cliff Fldclicr. general manager at AUanln, hare clcciflofl lichvccu Iheiii- sclvcs which players Ihcy'll first in the draft of amateurs in Montreal in June. The expansion tennis vill first choice of tlic amateur talent as they prepare to llieir first teams tlic ice this fall ''Let the nther teams keep Torrcy uould coniinciiL on a couvcr television report Long Island would picl: Jacques Hichnrd of Quebec and Atlanta would lake Billy Harris of Tn- ronlo in Ilin first, amateur draft round. But ho reported that he. and Fletcher had agreed on proce- dures lo he followed in deciding which expansion (earn will have first choice in Uic five categor- ies of player picking. j "When Buffalo and Vancouver came into tlic he re- called, "Punch Imlach and Bud Poilc decided to flip coins, or draw, or something, for first J choice in each category. "As I recall it, Vancouver lost out each time. Imlach got all the major choices. "As far as I'm concerned. Cliff and I have reached ngrcc- went on Jiow tn proceed when i we get to the .Tune meetings, so i that each will pel his share." I The five categories of choices listed hy Torrcy arc the nma- i leur drafl, the regular expan- sion draft, the. goalkeeper ex- pansion draft, tlic inter-league draft (from (he minors) and claims on waivers out of tho MIL. OUT OF RESPECT TO THE LATE JAMES D. QUAYLE WILL BE CLOSED AT 12 NOON THURSDAY, MAY 25th. supervisory Lcclinical employees previously working in the emis- sions testing area. Ford infnrmed Monday by Huckelsliaus thnlit would he barret! from films ils model cars imiil it por- m-jfl VM- on us to cumpH- anc-o The infunn.'ition w i t h li c U from the EPA "rclnlcd In scheduled, unauthorized nance iierformcd on mussiun ccrtificalion Lest Her- bert L. Misch, Ford vice pi dent for environmental and I safely engineering, said. Misch said EPA personnel were doing everything possible to help make sure that Ford demonstrates U can meet the 1973 emission standards, "U is Fords objective to ac- complish this In time (o meet our normal introduction date in he added. "EPA has advised us that it is deeply concerned about the potential impact of plant closings on Ford employees, al- though it require strict ad- herence to the rules and regula- tions." price review Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG prices advanced as much as ccnls on a mixed volume of trade al mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange to- day. Exporters were small buyers in that commodity with some local and commission house in- lerest following a stronger price pattern in Chicago soy- beans. Flax prices moved up slighllv on a lighter local and commission house trade and a lack of offerings. The rest of the market was qnicl. Volume of trade Tuesday was 1.018.000 hushels of flax, 000 of rapeseed and of rvc. prces EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberla Hog Producers Marketing Board: Mid-session prices: Flax: May 1 '2 higher 2.71B; July 2 Vi higher 2.72 Vt A; Oct. 1 -li higher 2.74 ?a; Nov. 1 high- er 2.73 >iB; Dec. 1 higher 2.71 MB. Rapeseed Vancouver: June 1 higher 2.52 VjB; Sep. 2 high- er 2.50 ViA; Nov. 1 liigher 2.51 Jan. 1 'i higher 2.50B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May 1 H higher 2.40 VZB; July 2 'i higher 2.43A; Oct. 2 higher 2.45 '-jA; Nov. 2 higher 2.46 HB, Dec. not open. Oats: May unchanged G9A; July unchanged 69 Oct. and Dec. not open. Barley: May unchanged 1.09 July unchanged 1.09 UB; Ocl. unchanged 1.11 'JB. Rye: May Vt higher 1.01 'iB; July 'i higher 1.02 !iB; Oct '.u higher 1.02 Dec. not WINNIPEG (CP) Grain quotes Tuesday (basis Lake- Low Girvslei1 j boosts prices DETROIT (AP) Chrysler Corp. disclosed Tuesday it ha? raised prices on most of ils automobiles S17 lo PI 13 hy mak- ing heretofore optional equip- ine'iU standard. Chrysler conceded, in reply- ing to an inquiry, thai the prices had iKcn raised Mon- day bul Hint no puV.ic disclo- sure had been made n( the time. It said the increases bad been "reviewed and by the U.S. Price Commission. Chrysler said base car prices were bcijip adjusted upward to cover equipment cus- tomers now must take, whether wanted or not. The smallest increase Is ?17 for an electric clock, made standard on Dodpe lUonaco models. The Sits top covois the clock, disc front brakes and deluxe wheel coveis now coming on all Plymouth Fury premium models. .Flax Edmonton: 29.G5, average Tuesday 30.18. Red Deer: 29.55, average Tuesday 30.20. Calvary: 27.70, average Tuesday 30.22. Lethbridge: Nil, average Tuesday 30.16. Lloydminster: Nil, average Tuesday 29.56. Gnimle Prairie: Nil. average Tuesday 29.49. Fairvicw: Nil, average Tues- day 23.15. For Macleod: Nil, average Tuesday 30.25- Total hogs sold Tuesday 044, average 30.09. Sows aver- age 22.70. I Hay Jly' Oct Nov Dec Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dol- lar in terms of Canadian funds clown 7-32 lo En.BS'i. Pound ster- ling down !i to S257's. NEW YORK High 272 274's 276 'i 2G9' i 270'4 2723is 270'.i Close 269' i 27012 2721-2 270'i Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PHESS Alberta Natural Gns Co. Ucl., three months ended JIavdi 31: 11972, 40 ccnls a share; 1971, 33 cents. Trans Canada Glass Md., throe months ended March 31: 1972, 20 cenls a share; 1971, 11 cents. Kapcseeri Vancouver Jun 2533i 249' i 2505k Scp Nov Jan 253 253 dollar up 3-38 at 1.01 37-04 in Jly lorms of V.S. funds. Pound slcr- ;0rt Rnpcseod Thunder Bay May 243'i 239U "23 Jly 2-M5s 240 M Oct 243'i Nov Dec Oats May Jly Oct Dec U arley May 109'i Jly' Oct live May 24031 243'i 2-1-1'z 2-17 109'i J09'2 102 102 lip 11-G-I nl 2.GI 29-6-1. !DCC 101 102' i 102 101'i FOR SALE TViree bedroom bungalow, SJ5 15 Si. S., by original owner, nccr si-ops, No. 1 bus roulG. Large living'com end spacious hall have wall fo wall, firep'ace wilh radionl, drapes and vcnet.on blindi. Admiral cir conditioner. Lorgo brig hi kilchcn wilh lots of cupboarnr, Drcch e't'c'ric rongr, er snd H r y r r c -T q -fen. T c c nc'il li'e Ihird oin t- r wrlls, cck Moors, ;V--ms c. ci cluniinum screens. 220 wiring, ouisids clrrtric c-jilels. carpel on frcn! qarcnc, heal, ond at- traclivr1 grounds. Phone 327-2359 for Appointment Public Service Canada LEPTOSPIROSIS TESTING TECHNICIAN RABIES DIAGNOSTIC TECHNICIAN BACTERIOLOGY LABORATORY TECHNICIAN Forward "Application for Employment1', Form PSC 367-401 avcrilcihlo nl Post Officrs Cmui Manpower Centres and Offices of tho Public Commission of Cnnruln, nml CcrnorJn Department of Agriculture, District Personnel Adviser, Room 3 M, I2lh AVIMI S.W., Calgary Alberta. T2R OH4. CANADA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Prepares and live onliqens ciglif or more strains of sinnrJi'ird -i s hyperimmuMc rabbi! sifciins of gens o-f homologcous end Iic1croloqr'ous lilinlirn'.; culturcs diseased tissues; performs oilier rc'ciLO1 duties. Quote No. 72-E-781. Conducts tcsls for icbics; rr.ainlains rrccrdp; en'Pi for mico while under surveillance lor rKT.'ii'Jp rnbits; main la ins working arcns in n end janilnry conditioiij performs clhcr related dulli Quolo 72-E-772. Carrier out full rcmno of prccrdurcs fcr I'- rcrioloqicol pxnniinnfj'on cf meet pares bactcriologlc culii'ro mi r''n; pi-rc-t1 performs oilier cluli Oucf.i No. 72 f ;