|Paper||Provo Sunday Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Sunday Herald|
HIT ciikinAY HFRAI rtJTTDAT. OCTOBER 1, 1SC1 Utah County, Utah ( Utah Valley Druggists' Get Salute As National Pharmacy W ee C earns v In reality, notes a statement from the National Pharmaceutical Association, this week is just another week in the life of the pharmacist, who spends 24 hours 52 a day - 7 days a week Week' beNational Pharmacy ' '. gins today. ", Pharmacists throughout Utah ..Valley are observing the week with special education(Oct i al activities, ; 1-- 7) i w te ,...,........Vf.W,Av..f.......,., v to- ' . : cc nt.'X weeks a year offering his professional services for your con! tinued better health. "He is in constant touch with your physician, not only by keeping him posted on the 400 new drugs a year and the 7,000 drugs already in common' use,; but also by checking any questions he may have with regard to your prescription order," the statement continues. "After correctly and accurately filling, packaging, labeling and g your prescription, he hands the finished product to you. At this time he mentions any special cautions necessitated by use; of that certain drug and he also suggests' related items that you, should have on hand for your better health care. "Our nation's pharmacists have better than 14 billion prescription orders on file at this very moment. They can be immediately referred to by the serial number on your prescription. Many a life has been saved because this informatoin is instantly available in cases of accidental overdose and other emergencies. The correct medicar procedure can be saving prepromptly applied cious seconds and precious lives! "Pharmacists throughout the country have given of themselves unselfishly in undertaking community health projects and various other civic programs and activities. "The practicing community pharmacist is a key member of the health team in our society. Get to know him and understand his problems, as he understands yours, and works 'round the clock' for your better health and safety." ; 'a ,irr '2r n t I t - mmmm k? aoj Hand Crea? m "i VTuTi 1 L., ; Mr - tit ANT1HISTAMINIC double-checkin- Sears Store Names Bushman For Year's Employee Award Bushman has been Morris chosen by his fellow employees as the local "Sears Citizen of the Jubilee Year," it was announced Saturday by Store Manager F. Mack Haycock. In addition Ao receiving an Award certificate from Charles H. Kelltadt, Sears chairman of the 'board, and Austin T. Cush-mavice president in charge of the company's operations on the .Pacific Coast, Mr. Bushman will receive , a valuable merchandise prize. His selection also qualifies him as a candidate forf the trip to grand prize, a three-da- y Washington, D; C, whichvwill be' awarded at a later, dater Manager Haycock stated that the purpose, of the contest was to select the employee of the local store who has the most outstanding record of work in welfare, civic, governmental, religious' or youth organizations. ' Mr. Bushman is bishop of the Provo Tenth Ward and chairman bf: the new $300,000 chapel building project. He received his bachelor's degree in marketing 'at BYU In 1958. He has been active in PTA work and has served as a leader in Red Cross and other fund drives. He is married and the father of six children. " , n, . , ) 1 ' 3 1 i $ V- New Soft Drink On Sale in Utah, Wasatch Counties ; Sprite, a .new soft drink. With a tingling tart- taste, goes on sale today in Utah and Wasatch-Counties- : It is being bottled and distributed by the Provo Coca Cola' Bottling Company, the,, same com-,pah- y Coca-Col- world-famo- us Max E . Hansen general manager of the company, .said that the new product will be packaged in 7 and 12 ounce bottles. . Sprite, which was only introduced to the public in March of 1961, is now sold in .more than ' . states. thirty-fou- r, Market Quotations Furnished by J. A. Hogle . & Co. Member, New York Stock Ave. N. 43 Exchange, 1 HONORED Morris S. Bushman, named "Sears Citizen of the Jubilee Year." Anefrin NASAL SPRAY i 7 University j SALT LAKE STOCK EXCHANGE Bid Askixl Friday' Quotations; . v . 26.00 28.00 xsarmier . i .11 i. .95 . 2.00 - 1.50 .49 .25 Latex, .04 ft Jl AQ Jl .02 ; PINT phyiicinj 1 Kiddie Ville Toy Store At has-bee- DoGraaf Opens New Radio, $V Repair Shop Here n y, SALT-LAK- J . Hercules Powder To Open Plant George Eccles Heads Banks Foundation .13 Hercules Powder Company will 'open a plant to produce spun fiber-glamissile cases next at the Clearfield Naval month' Supply JDepoti Rep. David S. King announces, y ''This, operation will add another 50 to 60 jobs for skilled technicians to the Utah economy this year," Mr. King said. 9 Non-nutritiv- -- -- J07ft Park Citv Con. 2.000 at .0314; 1.000 at .06 Proa Oil Mnjr, 6,000 at" .044 ' Silver King West, 500 at .17 South Std, 2.000 at .38 Sumdance Oil, 1,000 at .23 Tintic Std, 78 at 1.65 Water Wonderland, 2,500 at 33 West Alloy, 2,000 at 24 West Toledo, 12,000 at ' J.1; 1.000 at .114 ; ,, ' . Bid . Asked 854 .3-535117.40 1552 Affil Fund .. .... Dividend Shares Can Gen Fund ... Chem Fund . .... 12.40 E and II Bal F ... 12.72 E and H Stk F ...'14.46 4.78 F I F Fund Invest . . i: .'. . 10 42 ' Inc Invest . t. . . , 8 .60 r Tass Ihv Growth 179 ?rass Inv Trust' ... 1555 'utman Fund :. . . 17.08 Telev and Elec- j. . ; . 82 i Vifamifi & Minerals FRUIT FLAVORED AY 12.41 13.74 HiVUftiJ UUXJUViiLUi I j, ...... 523 . - . .- iy5 167 1857 91 - - ' "WVMf ! tms ml ii 11.42 9.40 urn ttULLETT JEVELRY .i I W. Center - FR Bcruaoi- JliltliJr lit Reg. t - ,1 LOTION - iSSJL .feBrir ,iui THROAT LOZECSGES AI At Ami. Medicated Anefrin, tube of 12. LASTING J i i Ail E ( u3M AVTWAl vZTAls& 10 vitamins and 8 minerals. ran Wm ATRie OVERMAN'S SSV flicalcium PJiospffafwe 27 nutrition factors in all. 100 s Home brand. Bottle oMoo W) 2S8--0 FREE i Mil ri r i i r ' - Ji ""eSSf X A : xyj "P j wt l,$3.00 Gay & Distinctive -- iffy iRif A irranr! t BUBBLE BATH; REG. MATTRESS, ; ! only. In . . Valuei Assorted Sets Box Springs Sam Price total of - & I Walgreen CHLOROPHYLL. Sanitary & &nxjJW 70 163 North University Ave. PROVO CALL FR 4I V, bottle 12-o- z. II. C I "II ;l! ill r f i r s 5 ' !' t i Ogilvie HOME PERMANENT, With Firee Shampoo Hers Styles B LLFOLDS Rugged polyetheiyne. Pick up a spare for . Rear. 3.25 12 qt. and qt. size. t . ... 2.50 Provides "slip" and dry skin.' LIFE LOTION Hair Treatment Reg. 3.00 ........ l.SS u - PRE ELEGTRIG SIlriUE IS . fTc i fmw mwi ' i - f lOOItMATCH U m. ft r--1 I"1""' A . . tube. x His Waste Baskets 7 0UTI1 V.'ASII terms Arranged without credit chargs WHERE BETTER MATTRESSES ARE MADE m3 Qmym A: 2s7c DOROTHY GRAY SPECIALS: 2.00 Regv4.00 TEXTURE LOTION 1.75 Reg. 4.00 x... Medicated REFINING xLOTI0N 2.00 Reg. 4.00 Clean z. Walgreen, extra heavy. Pint. cl Va"U co. fllC IHERAL OIL Regent cr I Slim s ty Is. II S-o- - 0- Estimates to Rebuild Your Present I . No Mattress Obligation O VE RAAAN'S MATTRESS (tjj A Forriiula 20. cj $1 9.95 W- -t ( f Jewclrr Choice cf Both For... li Hotel Strip Ticking 6--o, HAIR DRESSKI6 Jl -- No Buttons Guarantee by many local doctor for proper back support. ar AntisepticSmooths hands. Bottle 100. For fast action. 79c V , BOX SPRINGS SAME PRICE Recommended t h Lotion By FLORAL rav?rrTA r ' ' FAMOUS ; . 1 00 R ffllirose-l- fj BISMABIHE TABLETS . SALON COLD CREAM IfptHhneflir fyiriffB'nceae . 99c 1 ,'rwx?-- Plus FcJ. Tax on' Toil ecrics, LuiitiaKC. Bl Ilfotd. Clocks. Watches, and j Smooth - Tuftles 01 1 idoj AAAA'f I ' w' Spray dries nail polish in secondj Anidon .for safe sleep. 18'. , fc J".- y only ENAMEL DRY SLEEP CAPSULES -- ITV "T WU, U n r - . Lr:-- ' .i ii J.:-LiV ' R CORNER- OP CENTER AND UNIVERSITY AVE. - - T-- H . . . A . v. J wijti u.iim THE BEST WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRS ARE AT m .. 14, m.- i (,vmlii''jii'i . 2 Headboards plus 12 HoIywood 20-Ye- CUE VVABLE . ,TT TIN A I ' I!-- 2 Springfilled Mattresses 2 Box Springs 8 1562 : J y 4 - 4oz. rxjttle. e. $ioo -- MUTUAL FUNDS Friday's. Quota tions: oi. REG. . at 5-- r Jewelite Nylon ss "PMfllW 1 11, Bullion, 1,000 at .044 Cardiff, 600 at .85 Chief Coat PfdJ 1.600 ait L45 400 at A3; 12,00 at Clayton Silver. A3; 1.500 at .49 Cans Eureka 400 at 2,1 Ores Ea? Oil. 1,000 at .07 ft; 10,500 'at j08; 14,000 at .08. IHv.Min, 1,400 at 24; 200 at 50 Dragon, 1,000 at .8 East Utah, 2,500 at 21 Horn Silver, 7,000 at .054 Mta Sts Dev. 7,000 at 64; 4.000 at .07; 2.000 Physicians & surgeons. I 33',.. 1.75,; STOCK EXCHANGE E SALES. ' " s J7 AO . BABY OIL . 1 ....... iC secre-tarytreasur- er; ed - - ". RUDDICG Surgeons 1 9 - George S. Eccles, president, First Security Corporation, has .14 been named chairman! of the .11 .40 foundation for Commercial Banks .05 for the state of Utahrit was an0 jyzft nounced Monday. .04 The , foundation sponsors an 5 educational and public Tlations J03 the nation's Commerfor program joe ' .05 cial banks. ' .2 2-9- Ifliliiiliil, 1 re-elect- .21 .07 . Lit eteieei 2 f s. 3 firm, it was announced' Saturday. Mrs. Crane succeeds the late John McEwan Roundy, who died Sept. 4. She previously had served as vice president. Other officers chosen include Clayton Roundy, vice president; Leo A. Taylor, D. Reed Jacobsen, reappointed manager; and J. William Randall, reappointed to the board. Mr. Crane, late husband of the new president, was manager of Utah Timber and Coal for some 35 years. He died seven years The company, located at Grand opening of ICiddie Ville iago. W. 164 5th N., was organized in Toys, 272 N. University'' Ave., 1906. was- conducted Saturday with sales at the new store continuing throughout this week. The store, which opermid-Jula since includes ating wide variety oi toys for children of all ages - in addition to adult games and amusements according to Charles Shepherd, owner and manager. Peter DeGraaf, well known TV Mr. Shepherd is also owner, and radio repairman in Provo manager' of Kiddie Ville, a child's 1952, is opening a new resince 260 N. .University clothing store, at 55 N. 2nd W., Provo shop Propair' Ave., which has operated in '5. on Oct. The name of the shop vo since 1956. TV is Pete's Service, and Mr. DeAccording to Mr. Shepherd the fixes TVs, radios, tape restore is designed to offer a wide Graaf and other electrical Inselection of (quality toys for occa- corders, struments. sions throughout the year rather He has had 13 years experience than just at Christmas. The store will feature national brand toys in repairing television sets and with one of the most complete 28 years work in fixing radios. In 1958 he received training in reselections in the state. The store space has undergone pairing RCA color TV. a complete remodeling and reJ furnishing. ' 23 -. am mi 7 1 Pure IPMU Decongesiant Tablcu Auefrin relieves sinus, colds . .10 Bristol SHJvesr . . . JB3 Cardif .05 ft Central Std 1.80 Chief Con ,". Chief Con Pfd : .J . A6 Clayton Silver a Cochise En.tr J.7 Cons Eureka 21 ...... J04, Croff Oil J09 Crown Poctrvt ;.. .33 Dragon East Crown Prat j09 J02 East Std .... . 'r;J20 ' East Utah .06 Emipire Mines .18 Eureka;" Bullion . "Eureka Lilly Con .35 Eureka Std . . Great' Western J4 .75 Kennebec. . "j02 Majestic Oil .03 Miller Hill 1.35 Key? Park . North Lily . ft .... :02ia North Std : JOoft Park ' City. Con . .04 ft Prosper Silver King. West . . J5 .38 South Std .. . .' J3Q Swansea Con Tintic Std .1.70 Williston ... . . . . . . A'lft v waisrocns . Mrs. LaPriel D. Crane, widow of Bert Crane, former manager, secretary and treasurer of the Utah Timber and Coal Company, has been elected president of the lA.,,,iyiB"B c f Ex-Mana- ger ! ... 1 Elected Widow of ,'"''' Head of Utah Timber and Coal Gala Opening ' a. ! i - 7 mm ..ir:i.,C23-.-tl- . , which bottles s"- . trr u cv t a oothf ' ' f ; fl : A- "