Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
2f, 16, fo I if- iiKiKiiii.1, iui-M'.iI L winds [-i.nvJk'd. doctor's. to patients! T !i i1 ahtnil dnij; nwtion.s and seeing ir-'cN (he ri'siilis 'he drills they MH111 dl-vL'PSt'. "Thr I'niplus' in pharmacy sr.t- training is .-lulling from the in liii1 pnxliiri in tht- Kinnard .uv-.iucal in- said. MI i the snn.T Kiiman! the Mint in h..> bom m-eded, hfUVt'en tlu: phv- of drugs and PilL. ii h riKiilvr uf unfavorable sunered by pa- Y'j' i.ntii Ul iiiv.l (niHido the ii'.inU'.'l a ivivnt iiiodical in rt-nnsylvania v.bich rui i.bat person in every L' four or doctors in a ys-ar and had an average of :r, -I'e.-t-rip'.ioiH filled. Mr Janus Fiv.-lon, head of ..ik-al pluiniKu-filoj'.y at the r-.ivorsity in" reported lieiweeii Inliiun and SO is .MH'Mi each year untan- f.iing ppjhloms caused by ad- dnm program in- t'Tf'- :-i eliminate some of these hv keepiiin l.u'lt.'T tabs jiu' i un ljuth lirugs and patients. I'M- a cinser i nv.eeii druggist and pliy- ,-K i.'i'i. -.-loci 'i'j'H1 nc'.v fivt'-yoar program ;.iilfd fnr ir.ciiHies two years of general less and tv.o years of basic .'..n s.vru1.' f'.fih climi- nate-. iniiiiiUmiil pharmacy working in a divo the students .-iiico. expoi'ii'Lie in community and 'rained wrong in the >'aid Kinnani. edu- in and never ilu1 bnvc to i .-te-.Y'! take or work with other j v.--! quietl'-' heali'i professionals. He was not cdnc.r-'d in patient-care K. Ki-rard criticized the old iniorn system, say- "S'niciinies pharmacy ?tu- dent- --ven worked behind ciga- v counters got credit for I books To 1 o i over sch i Dav d jld nt inq 1 1 rut- ling 1 i Cie Dav H forma i .M I, IV I'AMII.V i ho artcd i f in ily i ion Ceylon ci i< came Uir.e in wh n tl sin n L clul am n resumed SOT i (H me tin Joo e i 1 I1 l tlH 1, 11 1 till i fin nd i 1 int td h m n (.1 of !h Pn ish I c Mi-i FohkoMs s t innilK I) i d s ti i 1 nr i Loto a (ii 'i i! ,i i e ID the oldest h -on of each prov- idcd he clowns around. Dav- id's junior title is that of Co- curfew conui. h e n he was only ili n nti old ti (.KM hlne- D i in I ir cd out in an act where his father turned him into a clown in front of 11! IK ir nee His with tn uts hinp i i ir- I "As long as he had us both linnients with him he was fine.'' Mrs. 1 o ins ud D id i enjoying i e 1 n u 1 enjoyed 111 SIMPSONS -SEARS V Priced Even Lower than Last Year! Deluxe Traction Our best 4 ply nylon snow tire As Low As TIRE New 78 5 0-1 Studs: extra per Full 4 ply nylon means extra strength and safety The wide, deep tread gives superb traction and stability 0 Low profile '73' series sizes ore those used on late model cars you get more rubber on the read Studs only extra Per tire Fibre Glass Belted Snow Guard For up to double ths mileage of un-helted tires 36 MONTHS WEAROUT GUARANTEE As Low As O Same tread design as Deluxe Traction, but with 2 fibre glass belts under tread to give more traction, more mileage up to twice as long! Designed to match with 78 series fibre glass belted tires as on '70 and later model cars. FULL 4 FLY NYLOiV EVEN AT THIS LOW PRICE SUPKR TRACTION oo (6.00-13) .Deep biting tread for powerful traction in snow and slush Tiro Size 6.00-13" 7.00 6.50-13 7.35-14 7.75-1 4 Price Each Installed Blaclcwctll 16.88 17.83 18.88 19.4-1 70.38 18.88 20.88 Whilewail 18.83 19.88 70.88 21. R8 21.88 Available with studs for extra per tire Mount your Snows on their own wheels Save time and Money! As low as 998 You'll savo the cost of change- overs and balancing twice a year plus you won't have to wait in lino when thai first snow comes. SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Centre Village 2nd Avo. and 13lh St. N.