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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta fridoy. 70, 1975 THE lETHBRlDGt HttMD 19 Miscellaneous quotations Farmers Weaker trend evident today TORONTO (CP) Prices on i agt, chemical, and utility the Toronto stock market began sues managed, slight gains. dropping moderately lower in 97 STOCKS DOWN light mid-morning trading lo- day. The Industrial index, consid- ered a major indicator of mar- am. Ouofei) VfESTERN OILS Almlnex Alia Eftlt Can 775 Asantera AsMantf BP OU Ga Cdn Ex Ga ket trend, wag down. -5S to 205.33 and base metals .14 to Golds, however, managed to climb .15 to 185.31 and west- ern oils .22 In 247.40. Volume by tl a.m. was 000 shares compared with 4ftO.- 000 traded by the satne time Thursday. Declines outnumbered ad vanccs 97 to 83 while IBS issues! remained unchanged. Shell Canada fell to Imperial Oil to S39Vz, Great West Life Asuraiice Vi to Shaw Pipe Ui and Bow Valley to Ltd. A rose 1 lo Biuld Automotive to IxiRistec Corp. to S10. Ltd. B 4 to SIR and Quebec Telephone to Bankeno slipped If) cents to Homesld Cdn Ind Gas Oil Cdn Super Cdn Long li Charier Chieffan Dome Gl Plains Pancdn Pet? 14 75 Pan Ocean 151? Petrol 1.31 Pinnacle .33 Place Gai .50 Ponder M Ranger 34.50 Scurry Rain H Spocr-er .'8 Seibens 17.65 "lolal Pete l.K Ulster 1.3C W. Oeraira West Pet- 9.1; MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES Aqijila.r.e Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherly. McCuaig Limited) LAST HID OK SALE a.m. Growlh Equity 8.08 Crwllt F 1MB 13.32 Mulual 5 87 64? Muluol Aceum 5-93 ft.M Mutual Grwrh F 523 5.7S Nfll ci IJ-W, Gi Prlnc ill :K> a.m. Uu Hushy Oil Husky Oil 8 Husky Oil War Inter Prov Pipe 43.75 J.1S 11.25 3 50 7.E.O 15.00 Kaiser Lohlaw, Pfd M.GF iVianafle Pacific Pele Rainier S.indv.on West Cdn S' i VJhlle Yukon W 31.00 3.H 39.00 f 75 3 55 4.0" S.75 i'os' y fund TmpHn Grwlh United Accum Univcr Svgs Vanguard 559 614 477 5.24 4.81 7 09 873 533 S.fll 8 7J 888 9.J3 5.GB AM Wesroi CALGARY Atroll .11 Barons Oil M North Cent .01 Wosl Warner ,35 r PIPE LINE STOCKS Gat A 15.00 Alla Gas inland Nat Gas N nnd C N end C B Ptd 7000 20.25 13 SS 74 5" 1? W 4.85 70.00 VANCOUVER MINES Alton Atlas Explor Balhurst Wiwse Brendn Churchill Cooper Croyden Davenport Dolly Vanlen Dynaily Equllorial Fort Reliar.ce Giant- Graisle Lornex Lytton Mineral? F'rimpr Pyramid still farming OTTAWA (CP) Stalislics Canada says in a 1971 farm census report rleeased yester- day Hi a I three of every four farm residents in were still on the Land last year. Fewer than 1.5 million Cana- dians lived on farms in 1971, a drop of 24 per cent in five years. That means that Jess than seven per cent of Canadians now live on farms, compared with 10 per cent in 196G and 12 per cent in IflBl. The popu- lation, meanwhile, has been steadily increasing to more than 21.5 million last year from less lhan 20 million a decade earlier. The declining number of Antibiotics caution issued to cattlemen OTTAWA (CP) Antibiotics in livestock feeds do not do much to promote in healthy animals and they might exlenl of the hazard lo where the man is nol he told j healthy, had about 300 delegates to a health feeds and department symposium on have dangerous health ccm- food-iwrne infections. sequences for both humans and i "Rui we now are in an era of animals, an Ontario voter- i-cdoction and we must eval- inarian said Thursday. uate the use of antibiotics Dr. D. A. Barnum, professor hasect on recent knowledge of animal at the resistant bacteria." Ontario Veterinary. College, Qr Barnum did not have fig- Guelph, said il is necessary to for Canada, hut he said evaluate the use of antibiotic] feeds and "eliminate unneces-[ sary use." When antibiotics are itsed in that in the United States about pei cent of the meat or meat products comes from animals who have had feeds with the animal feeds, bacteria become added resistant and not longer will I 32.50 Te .he farms. In (here wa.6 last Oil refining, merchandising, SQ.IS, Ycllownife 10 cents to trust and loan and comnni- j 33.25 and Bramcda 5 cents to 95 nication stocks were among i cents. Nolw Mines advanced 5 sectors of the market recording the heaviest losses while bever- Chrysler to SI. 90 and Dickenson 5 to X'uniac declined '-2 to 5191.? and Sunningdale 35 cents In -S7.10. Ranger Oil climbed Ls to increases Brew Cygtius A Cygnus B Falcon Copper Hud Bav Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Ptd Hugh 23.30 36. M 60" 11.35 .CO 15.25 111.75 MUTUAL FUNDS G1 Po-_ 1 AH Cdn Crnpd Al Mi All Cdn Ven Ameri Grwlh AGF wlrh Trojan ValLey Copper 77 S12 INDUSTRIAL 8 15 Block Bros 89? 975 B.C. Suga 4.09 J-17 B.C. 6.16 4 '9 Capt t Inler PFd 3 23 Columbia 504 S.S5 Crslork For Ind Hys 1J 55 1i.9V Key Indus VJest Alf i.05 61 Corp I rives S F 5.10 S. SB Albany Dreyfus F U S 12 38 15 57 Plains Grpd Inco Shrs 4.18 -I 60 F f'l OILS 7 JO 20.00 1500 3 10 3.75 300 3 50 ,59 73 DO car pric res MONTREAL (CP) Most sectoi'K declined in heavy trad- ing on the Montreal-slock mar- ket today. Com bined volu me on Montreal and Canadian stock at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with 373.400 at the same time Thurs- Toronto mines, industrials (Snpplied Bv Richardson Securities nf Canada) J.AST BID .OR SALE a.m. Quclei) a.m. Ouolesi a.m. Quotes! MINES Noriex Atrr.t 3S'i Osiik.o Advccate Asb. Poin Akailcho .53 Bralorne TORONTO (CPl Chrysler, Canada Ltd. said today it tentative suggested] Industnals retail list prices of itp 1973 223.. model passenger an aver- papers .27 to 88.49. utih- dropped composite .89 .6-1. passenger aai age of each. The increase does not apply to retail orders placed prior to Oct. 17, the date the price com- mission hi the United vStates an- nounced thai Chrysler and American Motors wop Id- allowed to increase prices to cover the cost of safety and pollution equipment. Chrysler in the U.S. in- creased prices an average of a car following the an- nouncement and American Mo- tors vehicles went up an aver- age of each. American Motors officials In Canada said no decision has yet been made on 1973 prices but ties .09 to 153.62 and banks were unchanged at 262.96. On the MontreaJ Slock Ex- change. Shell Canada dropped 1 lo and MSN Industries 3i lo while Restaurants to ro-e to 1 On the Canadian Stock Krr- change, Fallinger added 25 cents to 51.25 in 700.950 shares traded. NEW YORK I AP> The stock market went nowhere in particular in not much of a hurry today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was up 0.45 to 932.57, but declines held Cdn. N.V.'. Lan, Canada Tung. Cass'sr Central PB'. 15.75 Quebec W.an 3.70 Radio .10 1 05 as ic ?5 6.35 7.70 J7.W Doi Win 3 Algorn Roman Cure Sherrlrt Gordci Silver Millar Steep Rock Tek Corp. Texmon! Upper Canaaa Western Mm'! Wright i Willroy Windfall Yeltc1.'. knife Bear 3 INDUSTRIALS 1.76 7.65 Dofasro Cable Grt Cdn Oil Gen fAotors Grt Lakes Pp Gulf Oil Cda Greyhound HawVer Sid Hur f. Eri? Imp Oil i I ma sea Irft Nickel Int Pipe i Inv Grp A Int Util Ind Accept Kelly I Loeb 1 obi aw Livestock Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) Receipts to II a.m. today on the Calgary livestock market totalled head, mainly replacements. Trade was active to a strong demand. Few butcher caUle on offer sold in line with Thursday's closing pi-ice, losing prices which follow. Choice steers 33.50 to 34.40, good 32.SO to 33.50. medium 31 to 32.50. Choice heifers 32.50 la 33.M. good 31.50 to 32.50, medium 30.50 to 31.50. Good cows 15.75 to 26.75, obove cnargcd on I ;