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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE IfCHBRIDGE HERALD 37 FEMALE HELP TiiHRrlny If 1071 Prisoners 1 happy to be home PIULADELPHIA (AP) Two Americans returned to tlio U.S. mainland today after their release from China. r "11 was a fine trip and I'm 1 glad to be Mary Ann Ilarbcrt, 25, said in the first y words spoken to reporters since she and Richard Fecleau of 1 Lynn, Mass., began their flight from Hong Kong where they were freed 2 Monday. 1 "I'm so happy to be 1 Fecteau said after he and Miss Harheil arrived by helicopter at Valley Forge Military Hospital, 25 railes northwest of here. The pair arrived after a short flight from McGuire Air Force Base, N.J., tlieir first mainland U.S. landfall since boarding a U.S. Air Force C-141 at Hong Kong. Fecleau, a 43-year-old civilian employee of the army, served 19 years of a 20-year sentence on Chinese charges of spying. Miss Harbert, whose parents live ill Palo Alto, Calif., had been a captive of the Chinese for three years. In announcing the release of the two, Peking also said the life sentence of John T. Downey, 41, of New Britain, Conn., had been commuted to five years from life from the date of commutation, which was not disclosed but was believed to be recent. ss K-Jinfidj oLJeatriAj L-amj Jkanm, emoriami 1 new ro COME IN "EMERY'S FNTERTAINMENT f'd'f'f alile for clubs, staff oa ties, etc. Mf> ft 5 o -p i 1 MtN'PD POSTING i .11- tier bay af would Hkft to ;'ieet attractive gir n 5 i r f" P 112, HM-HU. AVON AVOr v, .-I s and most rtspott CALL Ofv WRITE MRS. M. SCOTT f Ti AVF S SERVICES AND KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER VICF- KfRBY COMPANY OF i BRIDGE FLETCIIEK Santa Cla arrived early at the Hcrbc F. Fletcher home in West Ivi ford, N.J., leaving a broth for Geoffrey. Timothy Morg was born December 11, 197 and weighed G Ibs. 7 07 Grandparents are Mr. and Mr H. F. Fletcher, Halifax, Va and Edna McLeod, Lethbridg BRANVOLD Passed awa suddenly in the city o Monday, December 13, 1971 Mr. Elmo Olus Brandvold, a the age of 59 years, of 171 Henderson Lake Blvd., belovc husband of Mrs. Dorothy Don Brandvold. Born in Shelby Montana, the late Mr. Brant void moved to Carmangay i 1914 and farmed there until re tiring to Lethbridge in 1956 Besides his loving wife, he i survived by one son, Mr. Doug las E. Brandvold, Lethbridge one grandson; one sister, Mrs Maoma Oldham, Spokane Washington and one brother Mr. Cecil A. Brandvold, Bois Idaho. The funeral service wil be held on Wednesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADI TIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating Interment will follow in Moun tain View Cemetery. Friend, may pay their respects at Mar tin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S (Courtesy parking at the rear of the Chapel) phone 328-2361 MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc tors of Funeral Service. y LYNN Requiem mass fo n James Lynn, beloved husban of Mrs. Lucille Lynn of 5S2 19t t St. South who died in the cit 6 Wednesday, Dec. 1, 1971, afte 1 a long illness at the age of 6 s years, was said at a.m Saturday, Dec. 4, 1971, in St Patrick's Roman C a t h o i n Church. Pallbearers were Joh Babick, Tom O'Grady, Gordo and Martin McDaugall a n s George Rodzinyak. Intermen was in the Field of Honor i Mountain View Cemetery. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fun eral Service, was in charge o the arrangements. MALE HELP WANTED V.INDER EX '.pi" iervir-d r-r TOD wages rrvti iy hi-ntfi'- Cr.nfact Star STAMP AND STEHC L RubLer stamps corporate seal dfltcn. etc rvinD-dny 2nd Ave. i. Pncno 32B-5114. on Reuphofstering your Furniture! Free Quality wed- man ship. Phone 328-9.115 RR7ML trrtinec position. Ex ItT.t tor advancement niv pprt-n'.i'i Dfoartment, Woo c J'-i-Cf SALES AND SERVICE. SER vices en makes of washcra an dryers, aulrrnsM; or conventional. Alt ell small appliances, lawn mowert vacuum r-tc. ND DL i'rK, QL r> 00 ea be IE Ju SA fie 6.P De f 1 59 HO Wu j'Jt VF LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ifi-, I'e-i Ai'nilca'iorsE fry (fif fioaifion nf AcHng Director of Personnel rcr all the hlr .i'flff end r-G5 3rd Ave. Pncn 327-1156. CHARLES Passed awa in the city on Tuesday, D comber 14, 1971, Mr. Denjam Charles, at the age of 82 vear of 522 12 St. A N. Funeral a rangements will be WINTER WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT THE OUEEN VICTORIA INN IDEAL FURNISHED ACCOMMODATIONS. IN DOOR POOL A tJ 0 SAUNA BATH DOWNTOWN, NEAR PARKS. FOR SPECIAL OFF SEASON RATES WFCKLY AND MONTHLY WRITE MANAGER, MR, P. G. HARTNELL i55 DOUGLAS STREET, VICTORIA B.C. more days till Christmas, and he's sittin' around IN MEMORIAM In loving mem ory ol our dear mother ana Baba, Agnes (Kraus) Diuno-rek, who passed away Decem her 14, i960. Gone but not forgotten. remembered by Harding and Mary; grand children Harding Jr., Jo-Anne and Shirl; also Agnes and family, Charlie, Dorothy and family, Tonie Ron and family. LOANS LTD., Directors of F neral Service. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall, Phone 32B-3331 Residential, Commercial propertle-Far us and ranches. City or roops occupy town SAIGON (AP) South Viet namese troops occupied thy one sister and two brothers. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 4 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, with Rev. C. Parkes officiating. Interment will follow n Mountain View Cemetery, friends may pav their respects at Martin BVos. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., phone 28-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-57.15. C 1 prc new-styl MONTREAL (CP) e parley representatives of the opposition parties in each of the provinces and in addition representatives of national organizations, such as the Canadian Club, the Royal Canadian Legion, the St. Jean Baptiste Society, and with representatives of ethnic groups, to the end that all Canadian-would be involved. CHIEF BIG ATTRACTION Asked by a reporter whether the conference could be compared with the Estates General meetings held in Quebec several years ago, Mr. Diefenbaker said there might be "some similarities." A Canadian Club spokesman said the "Chief" attracted the biggest crowd he had ever seen at a club function and the 77-year-old Prairie lawyer seemed to gain steam during the speech and in a later tour of the CBC's imposing new 23-storey bead-qiarters nearing completion in east-end Montreal. He spun yarns for reporters, but advised CBC officals in somewhat stern tones to ensure hat signs in the edifice reflect .he bilingual naturu of the country- Numerous "sortie" signs were seen without the corresponding English "exit." REPAIRS CHIMNEY, FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 32B-209J. TC AT HOME envelopes. Students, ts S2 "5 hourly. Rush a sc stamped envelope: UN -55AL-V. 603, Niegara Falls, 3rtc. ESTIMATES ON TREES AND hedge trimming and clear, up. Spec s pr until December 30th. Phoie 327-14-il. basements duo, wafer proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-8236 BUILDING, CEMENT Screnson 1C20 7th Ave. S. Phona COUPLES V.'OPK TOGETHER BUILD-'ng a "tart and yrov-1. We frain. For Interview'; phone 23-1.3675 (V wrl'e Box 757, Fort POULTRY AND proposed Monday that a new-style constitutional conference be called, bringing together not only federal and provincial government representatives but also leaders from a broad spectrum of Canadian life. Tile former Progressive Conservative prime minister recalled in a speech to the Canadian Club that in 1963 he proposed that a national constitutional conference be convened, but he was defeated by Lester [3. Pearson and his Liberal party before it could take place. Former prime minister Pearson and his successor, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, have presided over several constitutional conferences bringing together federal and provincial leaders. "What I had in mind was that the representatives would not sit for one, two or three days, >ut would sit indefinitely, as was the case of the conferences in Quebec and Charlottetown >rior to said Ur. Diefenbaker. "I still think such a conference should be convened, but with Ihe membership including not only federal and provincial government representatives, HEAVY ROASTING CHICK-ens Pan ready. Hens 33c b., rcostera, 23t Ib. Also friers, 38c b. Free delivery, H. Dych, 1.15-322-1. F NISHING. rumpus room, cupbcords ond all your remcde ing needs. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanshif 3J5-H93. CATERING SUPERVISOR capable of taking (harge of food oeerstion In hotel. :5eod full particulars to P.O. Box W7. (Uedicmo Hat, Alberta, J 58 2-1 PETS AND LTON BUILDER AND FINISHER. RUMPUS ROOMS, INTER OR DECORATING, CUPBOARDS, DANE, MALE. PHONE 32B-9392. OF FINISH NG. PHONE 328-9375. TERRIER PUPS FOR Sal" 525. 328-9537. KTA you fu Sole Dr-p VOUR OWN BUSINESS OH CREDIT yuvr ti'fin Bos--, work the hours wart, and make ai! the Profits We will supply y_ TO BE GIVEN AWAY. Pians 328-2847. PAINTER, CITY OR COUNTRY. PHONE 327-6721, EVENINGS. HALF DOBERMAN PINSCH-or pups for sale. Phone 234-2J3G. For! Macleod. part time. Our tine has e thnr ?35 Hcrrfi Necessities. No imetery. In lieu of flowers, lose who wish may donate to i ie Ix-thbridge Associalinn beloved son of Dr. and Mrs. ohn T. Hamillon of 1516 ,ve. S. who died suddenly in he city Thursday, Dee. 1971, 1 Ihe age of 18 years, for a special cabinet meet- a ig o invoke Scclion 106 of 'ue r Bailor Act, and force binding r u ration on the teachers. r "The slndenls have losl the lalost contract offer ven (hough a majorily of Ihe in Iho seven districts "jcclod it on Sunday. A spokesman said il-l per cenl PF-R.CCTOK- IS OFTICALLV IH ro PFTTURN A RAY ALONG i r-' O'or.CllON F-ROM W! !CH T AftSWfi. S. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral orviee. at. p.m. Salurdny, )ec. 11, 1971, in Martin Bros, 'radii ional Chapel wilh Rev. Crisfield officiating. Pall-carors were Jeremy Bruce Mt-Gcorge, George loxam, Bornie Gorow, Ted rchard and Murray McKad-en. Interment was in Moun-lill View Cemetery. Martin ros. Lid., Directors of Service, was in charge of ie of school and for the sake o their educnlion it is cssonlinl a Kit they be able lo relurn im- p Ihe telegram says. A spokesman for Mr. Iloiiol [1 lid the labor minister feels ncdialion is the best way lo T the dispute." ki "Progress is being made to- 01 ard an early sctllompiil." li This optimism was not shnr- 1 by William Casanova, ncgo- jc ator for the teachers and Threo Hills teachers will ropl Iho offer provided that is made for making i Ihp bulk of time lost through o strike. 'Hie ixiard's reaction lo the iree Hills proposal was not own and .1 was unknown if e group of lonobcrs could re-rn lo work on their own, ainft tip wishes of the of the 613 teachers on rike. McCarthy in race n BOSTON (AP) _ EiiRono f TcC.irlhy has signed a docu- d lent ensuring Hint his name t ill be on the ballot in the Mas- I aciiisctls April U.S. presiden- e al primary. ;