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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHCP.IDGE HERALD Sc-turclciy, 14. 1973 On the house Greg Brevern, who house in the Vancouver suburb cf Burnaby came complete with a clock on the roof when bought it, says he'll keep the clock there and plans to fix it up so it will run. Former Po plans to return to Indochina WASHINGTON i'CP> Marc Cayer, a young Canadian agron- omist spent five years as a prisoner of a war he had no part in. wants to return to In- dochina. "I'm going back as a tourist, st he said Thursday. "I want to see how it will have changed in the next four, five or six years. "I would even. go back to there, say to establish an experimental farm. But I stav a short time." Cayer was 24 when he left for Indochina in 1957. And that. too. was supposed to be for ''just a short years, teach- ing farmer? modern techniques. He was 29 when he came out Buy a SOUTHERN AlBSRTA SAMPLER of Indochina after five years In Communist prison camps. Caver has changed in five years. Those who wiih j him ifl the brief months he toiled for the International I Voluntary Services (IVS) de- I scribed him this way: i unassuming ami I because the Americans living with him ig- i nored j His only language was French, plus the Vietnamese he just starting to learn when he was captured in Laos. In Washington on business j two months after his release. Cayer remembered how it was. "I was uorit in. I admit it. In La Saar, Quo.. where I used to work, I used to feel strange and shy speaking to a handful cf farmers. j j "In the (prison) camps. T had j to learn English because I only j met one guard who spoke! French. I taught other prisoners French and they taught me ELECTRICAL MINOR TUNE-UP SPECIAL INCLUDES PARTS and LABOR New AC spark plugs New points ResisJor Plugs slightly labor more New condenser Free electrical engine analysis on our Sun Scopo 6 cylinder 27. 8 cylinder Includes Includes 10 GALLONS 15 GALLONS of regular gas of regular gas FREE FREE EXTENDED ANOTHER WEEK In Effect Until Sat., April 21 SPRING SPECIAL B.F. GOODRICH PERFORMA GT WHITE LETTERS a t-p 'o 66.65. QQ While itocVs lost NOW STfVE Owner UNION 76 MAGRATH SERVICE 422 Mayor MagroJh Phone 323-9766 SAFEWAY 1 Alberta Fine Granulated.......................Paper Bag WITH PORK TASTE TELLS in TOMATO 14-fl. oz. tin FRESH BREAD POLLY ANN, WHITE or BROWN Sliced......20-oz. net wt. loaf DALEWOOD, COLORED or WHITE..................Mb. pkg. JELLY POWDERS EMPRESS-7 FLAVOURS 3 oz. net wt. pkg. CONDENSED SOUPS TOWN HOUSE TOMATO or VEGETABLE 10 fl. oz. tin SALTED CRACKERS BUSY BAKER and UNSALTED............................ 2-lb. pkg. 77 MIRACLE WHIP KRAFT SALAD oz. jar BREAD DOUGH BEL AIR FROZEN WHITE......................... Pkg. of 5-Mb, loaves PANTY HOSE LA TOSCA ONE SIZE FITS All ASSORTED SHADES SMOKED HAMS WHOLE, HALF or QUARTER BURNS SHAMROCK MAPLE LEAF PART SKINNED READY TO SERVE ib. 77 GEM POTATOES WASHED CANADA NO. 2 IS Ib. bag c 77 SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY LIMIT We Reserve the Right to Limt Quantities FOR FINE FOODS BABY FOODS HEINZ STRAINED OR JUNIOR oz. tins (Except Meat Dinners) PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge April 16, 1973 AT LOW PRICES TO CHANGE! ;