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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 ntf IFTHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July 18, 1770 WASHINGTON (AP) Jnited States Federal Aviation Administration says its system o foil would-be sky pirates be- ore they get off the ground has proved effective in field tests and now is suitable for wide- spread use by airlines. Dr. John T. Dailey, the FAA's chief psychologist, told the Aif- ine Passenger Association con- erence yesterday that 10 months operational experience las shown the federally devel- oped program is practical in re- ducing the number of hijack- ings. "We hope all the airlines will come into the Dailey HARD HAT AND BLINKERS She isn't wearing a hard hat but no one is complaining as a York University co-ed returns books to the campus's main library. Work- men have constructed a tunnel to protect students while work continues on the building. York University is located in Toronto. Royal Tom- 'Least Stuffy' LONDON (CP) The just- concluded royal tour in Canada was described today as the "least stuffy" ever. "The tour will long be re- membered as the warmest and least stuffy in the travelling his- tory of the Royal says a Daily Telegraph reporter writ- ing from Winnipeg. The mass-circulation tabloid Daily Mirror displays promi- nently a picture of Prince Charles strolling in Winnipeg wearing a snap-brim hat turned down over one eye and a trench RIPIEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Avo. S. PHONE 328-7626 System Foils Sky Pirates said, "but we don't want them to stampede in overnight be- cause that would interfere with its effectiveness." "We need time for training and for systematic introduc- he explained. Eastern Airlines, long a prime target for hijackings to Cuba, was the first to use the system and now has a hijack rate well below that of other airlines, Dailey said. The deterrent system consists of a behavior profile to enable employees to spot potential hi- jackers during check-in and magnetometers to detect con- cealed firearms and knives. Besides Eastern, Pan Ameri- can, Trans World and Continen- tal currently employ Hie deter- rent system at various airports. Treasury Bills OTTAWA (CP) New 91-day Government of Canada treasury bills auctioned Thursday: at an average price and yield of 83.573 and 5.81 per cent. Last week, same amount and term, 98.550 and 5.90 per cent. 182-day: at 97.161 and 5.86 per cent. Last week, same amount and term, 97.134 and 5.92 per cent. coat with a colored sash aroun the waist. The accompanying story headlined: "Charles, dressed to kill that old stuffy image." A Daily Express reporter gives this general impression of the tour: "There is still a great use for a monarchy in Canada, and its people retain a reservoir of affection for the Royal Family." Sundre Man Dies As Car Rolls OLDS (CP) Donald Walton Kilgour, 18, of Sundre was kill- ed Friday when Ms ear left the highway and rolled over near Olds, 125 miles south of Ed- monton. The qualification that Canadian employers are specifying in accountancy career advertising from coast to coast. REGISTERED INDUSTRIAL ACCOUNTANT TOMORROW'S CAREER -TODAY A live year programme of study designed to fit you for a challenging career may be taken by evening lectures at any one of 23 universities across Canada or by correspondence course. CURRICULUM FIRST YEAR: Accounting I Fundamentals Commercial Law SECOND YEAR: Accounting II Intermediate Report Writing, Managerial Statistics THIRD YEAR: Accounting III Advanced, Industrial Organization and Management FOURTH YEAR: Auditing, Cost Accounting and Systems FIFTH YEAR: Cost and Management Accounting Final enrolment dates lectures correspondence: Students entering courses for the first time September 15, 1370 Continuing, Repeat, Re-Register Students August 31, 1370 Further information may be obtained by writing tat THE SOCIETY OF INDUSTRIAL ACCOUNTANTS OF ALBERTA 602 Lougheed Building 604 First St. S.W., Calgary 2, Alberta Calgary 269-6633 Edmonton 482-4934 or LETTBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION lethbridne, Alberta 327-2141 Open Monday nnd Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. !o p.m.; Thursday and Friday 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. This Merchandise On Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Morning Only! Quantities Limited. We reserve the right ta limit quantities. INFANTS' AND TODDLERS' COATS AND COAT SETS Boys' and'girls' styles. Sizes 12 to 24 months and 2 to 3x. Reg. Woolco Price 6.83 to 9.57 SPECIAL 3. LITTLE GIRLS' DRESSES Sleeve siy ics. 2.99 Crimpknit and bonded Orion. Sleeveless and short sleeve styles. Reg. Wooko Price 4.48. SPECIAL WOOLCO PHARMACY Operated by Jack Austin' Pharmacy (Alta.) Ltd. A division of the Dominion Cilruj Co. Ltd. SLIM MINT GUM TOO chewing tablets to aid in ap- petite control. Reg. Woolco Price 3.39. SPECIAL 2.69 L.P. RECORDS Top selection to choose from mdud- Jng Tony Bennett, Wichita Lineman and many more. FROM THE MODEL KITS Choose from cars, boats and planes. Reg. Woolo Price 1.97 to 2.27. SPECIAL BANANA BICYCLE SEATS Your choice of colors. Reg. Woolco Price 3.97. SPECIAL .99 2.99 PALM ICE CREAM gallon tubs. Choose from Choc- olate Mint Fruit and Pistachio. ise Trom 4.66 FROM THE SMOKE SHOP STARDUST PLAYING CARDS Reg. Woolco Price .97. NOW .87 SMOKE SHOP Buy a carton of Peter Jackson cig- arettes end may- be you'll be the lucky winner of an 11' "Sea Shark" sail boat. With tvery pur- chase of a carton of PJ.'t you get a chance to enter your name In the draw barrel. Draw will be made August 1st SOCK-0-THE CLOWN Will provide houri of fun for young and old. .96 GARDEN BARK Decorative as well as useful. Re- tains moisture and retards growlh of weeds. Ideal for walkways, driveways and flower beds. Reg. Woolco Price SPECIAL 3.66 EARLY BIRD TIME SPECIALS INFANTS' 2 AND 3-PIECE WALKING SETS _J HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! HOUSEHOLD PLASTICS Includes 5-piece sewing ing trays, 3-pieee salad bowls and set of 4 salad bowls. EACH TERYLENE BAITS 100% Terylene and fully washable. Ideal for guilts. Size Reg. Woolco Price 2.88. SPECIAL 2.19 Boys' and girls'. Sizes 12 to 24 months. Reg. Woolco Price 877 to 10.98. SPECIAL 55 GREAT SAVINGS MONDAY 9 A.M. SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) LITHE BOYS' DRESSY SHORT PANT SETS CV Nylon and Perma Press Cotton fab- rics. Sires 4 to 6x. Reg. Woolco Price 5.95 Io 7.95. SPECIAL Open Monday and Tuesday 9 o.m Thuriday nnd Friday 9 a.m. S3 TUESDAY 9 A.M. SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) SUNLIGHT LIQUID SOAP King size. 32-fluid ounces of liquid soap for dishes. Reg. Woolco Price .66 NOW to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to p.m.) I J to 9 p.m.) Saturday 8 o.m. to 6 p.m. j College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;