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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE May 23.1974 VISIT DUNLOP FORD TODAY AND Experience the great car buy. No matter what you are looking for in a big small compact or we have them all and at prices that are sure to please you. When you buy a car here you get the finest in See us this week and experience your great car SAVE UP TO ON NEW BRAND NEW 1974 PINTO 2 2000 cc. heater 2995 Its Extra Space With 3 Ways To Use It. Coming Soon To Dunlop Ford Experience The Great Demonstrator STOCK No 1296 1974 MUSTANG 3 Door 2 and 2 4 radial luxury medium bright blue 4500 STOCK No. 1154 1974GALAXIE500 2 Door dark white auto p.s p b air condition- ing. Specially priced 5198 Outstanding A-1 Used Car Values and Selections STOCK No. 1549A 1972 FORD LTD BROUGHAM 2 Door hardtop. V8 auto- p air stereo split bench radial dark green with green vinyl roof. S3795 STOCK No. 1493A 1972BUICK LESABRE 4 Door light V8 p new paint. S3695 STOCK No. 1S43B 1972 COURIER PICK-UP Red and 4 4 speed. STOCK No. 1618A 1972 TOYOTA CELICA 4 4 white in requires some body work. Priced accordingly S2O95 STOCK No. 1314B Springtime is Wagon Time 1968 CORONET DODGE WAGON 8 p.s. radio S1695 STOCK No. 1496A CADILLAC COUP DEVILLE Fully equipped approx- imately miles. MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED STOCK No. 1653A 1970 FORD F-250 TON radio. STOCK No. 1929 1972F-250 TON PICK-UP Formerly our service tow truck. Can be purchased with or without lowing equipment or front push bumper STOCK No. 1326A 1972 FORD CUSTOM 500 2 Door medium blue in p s p.b ready to go. Specially priced. S2595 STOCK No. 1622A 1965 FORD F-100 LWB AS PICK-UP Big 3 orange in color. Just in. STOCK No. 1448A 1972 PINTO 2 DOOR 4 4 radio. Excellent unit for young person Specially priced. STOCK No. 1591A 1973 LOUISVILLE L900 5TH WHEEL Air 534 5-2 power steering. Mayor Magrath Drive and 16th Ave. S. FORD Phone 3284861 SALE HOURS Wide Open Daily 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 am to 5 pjn. 'Drag store thefts too easy9 OTTAWA Theft of narcotics and tranquillizers from drug stores is increasing contributing in a major way to the illicit drug says Don Bartlett of the federal bureau of dangerous drugs. Thefts are made easy by the lackadaisical approach of retail pharmacists who don't take elementary precautions to guard Mr. chief of the bureau's inspection told a seminar this week at the Canadian Pharmaceutical Association's annual meeting. Figures on the number of thefts and quantities of drugs stolen are not because druggists forget to report the incidents and because their inventories are not always up to he said. His concern was shared by Floyd Berge of assist- ant registrar of the Saskatche- wan Pharmaceutical Associ- who told the meeting that only about 10 per cent of druggists in a recent survey kept their narcotics in safes. The remainder kept them under lock and key as required by the Narcotics Control but in many cases the locked drawers and receptacles could be entered in seconds. A Regina survey 66 drug store burglaries during what was believed to be an all-time said Mr Berge THIEVES QUICK In some police were on the scene less than a minute after the alarm was turned in but the locked-up drugs had already been taken. Mr. Bartlett said the narcotic drugs most often stolen included metahdone. demerol and cocaine. Minor tranquillizers such as Libnum and Vahum were also common targets. Birth control pills are almost never said Mr. whose job it is to enforce the Narcotics Control Act. Prescription forgery is an- other he said More forgeries than ever were being reported and the problem is particularly serious in Toronto and Montreal. Doctors' nonchalance about leaving prescription pads in sight of patients who were alone in examination rooms did not help. Mr. Bartlett said forgers have made their prescriptions hard to spot by using professional terminology in writing them. The whole problem appears related to the growing use of all kinds of drugs by young he said in an interview. Hospitals have less trouble with thefts because most are open around the clock and be- cause hospital pharmacists have a strict stock control sys- tem. Retail pharmacists seem too busy to maintain the same close inventory watch that would help stop drug pilfering by employees and cleaning he said. Following the Regina a committee of pharmacists and police drafted recommendations for cutting the meeting was told. If you can wart 3 days Snap-up hot bargains from an inventory of millions of dollars. They're a real Shoppers Stoppers start May 27 Simpsons-Sears Specialists in all types of ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING Ask about our Guarantee ENGINES WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre Custom Engine Parts Ltd. 1605 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8181 Hie Lethbrukje Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS He said he will impose price and wage controls if he becomes Prime Minister. Who is HOW DO YOU to 100 TOP to M points EictHMM. 71 to SO palm Good. Cl to 70 Mr. 60 or J H'mml FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What do you see as the main Issues in the election STUDENTS Save Th's Practice Valuable Reference Material for Exams YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 After the defeat of his minority Prime Minister Trudeau set as the date for the next general election. a-June 24th b-July 8th c-July 22nd 2 Name the cabinet minister who introduced the federal which was rejected by the Pro- gressive Conservatives and New Democrats. 3 John Bassett owner of the Northmen of the World Football announced he was moving his franchise from Toronto to a-Montreal b-Memphis c-Minneapolis 4 Willy who resigned as West German blamed East German Communist Party leader for planting a spy in his chancellory office. a- Helmut Schmidt b-Walter c-Erich 5 Italians voted to a law that permits divorce. PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....immunity 2.....adversary 3.....exonerate 4.....advocate 5.....subvert a-speak or write in favor of something b-clear from accusation or blame c-protection against e-oppoi.ent PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Poul Hartling 2.....Stanley Knowles a-House of Commons Speaker b-NDP House leader c-UN Secretary- 3.....Luoien Lamoureux General 4.....Jacques Plante 5.....Kurt Waldheim d-Prime Denmark e-Edmonton Oilers newly-acqui red goalie Inc. ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE ;