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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Mencfoy, March S, 1973 fHl LITHBMDOK HIRALB 21 Parliamentary Notebook LJkanM, lemoriamb ._____ BIRTH BRASSARD Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brassard Coutts arc proud to announce the arrival tl their 7 Ib. 10 oz. bundle of joy, Stephanie Jean. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Brassard o! Lethbridge and Mrs. Donna Tollcy ot Coutts. In- sured. 7954 DEATHS POPOVICH Passed away in the city on Friday, March 2, 1973J Mr. Alex Fopovich at the age ot 66 years of 9M 6th Avenue S. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors oE Funeral Ser- C7749 DEATHS SHIMOZAWA Passed away suddenly on Friday, March 2, 1973, Isao aged 40 years, beloved husband of Mrs, Kaz- uko Shimozawa, 111 Fairview Crescent, S.E. Calgary, Alberta. Bom in Nanaimo, B.C., he came to Calgary in 1952 and attended S.A..I.T. and had work- ed for the City ot Calgary for the past 18 years. Mr. Shitno- the his SMITH Hae, passed away in Cardston on Sunday, March 4th, 1973 at the age of 70 years. Gloved wife of the late Clar- ence B. Smith, wno predcas- cd her on January 9lh, 1973. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. C7751 Wiliam, of Hays, passed away sudden- ly in Taber on Friday, March 2nd, 1973 at the age of 49 years .beloved husband of Mrs. Max ine Stevens of Hays and son o the late Harold and Lucy Stev ens of Raymond. Mr. Steven was born in Lelhbridge on No- vember 4th, 1923, resided Raymond for many years, lived in Calgary for a time, and was residing at Hays at the time of his passing. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife, four children, Roy and S t a n 1 e y of Calgary and Carol and Tom at home; three brothers, Reg of Edmon- ton, Jack of California and Sham of Calgary; and one sis- ter. Alice Garner of Taber. Fu- neral sen-ices will be held in the Taber Stake Chapel on Tuesday, March Gth at 2 p.m., with Bishop Blayrm Burbank officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Temple Hill Cem- etery, Raymond. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from p.m. prior to the service in the Relief So- ciety Room of .the Church CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C7753 zawa was a member of iuddhist Church. Besides He he is survived by two aughters, Louise and Carolyn oth at home; liis parents, Mr nd Mrs. Kazuichl Shimozawa Alia.; live broth rs, Walt, Nanaimo, B.C., His sshi, Ranier, Alberta, Tom Mils and Stan, all of Leth Alta., and three sisters Mrs. Sam (Kay) Sameshima Coaldale, Alta., Mrs. Yo (Sue Nishlmura, Lethbridge, Alta and Mrs. Gary (Diane) Lysenf Calgary. Funeral services will be held in the'Garden Chapel, 10 16 Ave. N.W., Calgary, on Monday March 5th, 1973 at p.m., Rev. S. K. DEATH BROWN Robert Wayne, passed away suddenly at Ray- nond on Sunday, March 4th, :973 at the age cf 19 years, be- oved son of Robert and Edna Brown of Raymond. Mr. Brown was born in Raymond on Aug- ust 29th, 1953. He received his Deputy speaker enjoys new job Vietnam pact provision virtually written off educaUon Raymond in Hie schools and graduated Ikuta will preside, will follow. Cremation 7958 1972 frjm the High School. He was employed by Haico Manu- facturing Ltd. at the time of his passing. He was a lover of outdoor life and had a special interest in scouting. He was the Assistant Scoutmaster 'of the Sth Raymond Troop. Lett to mourn his passing are his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eivivn, a brother, Douglas and a sister, Wendy, all of Hay mond; his paternal grandfath- er, Mr. Jack Brown of Leth- bridge and his maternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clifton of Raymond. Funeral services will be held in. the Raymond United Church on Tuesday, March at 1 p.m., By STEWART MacLEOD OTTAWA (CP) Robert McCleave, the big, affable MP from Halifax-East Hants is "en- joying it immensely' as he pre- sides over the Commons. But his life as a member Parlia- ment has changed drastically since he was appointed deputy sneaker. No more does he hammer at the government during question role he had played with enthusiasm afler first en- tering the Commons in and instead he has become the non-partisan referee, dabbing salve on burning arguments and handing down procedural judg- ments that don't always win ap- plause from fellow Con- servatives. Mr. McCleave is only the sec- ond opposition MP to he named deputy speaker in the history of with Albert Baldeo offi- QUINTON Fredrick J., passed away in Cardston on Saturday, March 3rd, 1973, at the age of 90 years beloved husband of the lata Sarah COOK Norman Floyc passed away in Magrath o Saturday, March 4, 1973, afte a lengthy illness, at the age o 60 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Fern Hancock Cook of Magrath. Mr. Cook was born April 20, 1912 at Magrath and was the ninth child in a family of twelve children of the late John Franklin Cook and Elsie Ida Peterson. He had lived most of his life at Magrath ex- cept for a few years in the early 1940's when he resided at Raymond, Alberta. He worked for Tanco Millwork Ltd. and the Jiagralh Trading Co. Ltd. at different times as well as operating his farm. Besides his loving wife, Fern, he leaves to mourn his passing two daugh- ters and four sons, Mrs. Burt (Normal Zobell of Vauxhall, Martin ot Uranium City, Sask. John of Magrath, Floyd of Cal 'gary, Mrs. Art (Donna) Benin ger of Lethbridge, and Keith a home; 16 grandchildren; WoolE Quinton, who prede- ceased him in August 1057. Mr. Quinton was bom on the Isle of White in England on June 25th, 1882. He came to Bear Lake County, Utah with his parents and later to Canada in 1802 vhere they homesteaded in the Cardston district. He was mar- ied November 7th, 1905 to Sa- ah Wooll and Uiey continued o live in the Cardston District 'here he farmed and ranched until the time oE his passing. He eaves to mourn his passing six children, Mrs. Orrin (Loila) 'isher, Mrs. Gordon (Lena) Vlalmberg, Murvyn and Garth, all of Cardston and Miss Quinton of Calgary anc Owen of Covina, Oalif.; 22 grandchildren, 60 great-grand- children, and three great-great- grandchildren; two brothers, Bert and Jamss; and three ris- tcrs, Nelie Leavilt, Amy Gur- ley and Editli May'. Funer- al services will be held in the Cardston 4lh Ward Chapel on the South Hill on Wednesday, March 7th at I p.m., with the 4th Ward Bishopric in charge, with Elder Heber Williams con- ducting. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family elating. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens, Lethbridge. Dona- tions may be made to the 5th Raymond Troop in care of Mrs. Dorothy Wells of Raymond. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C7752 FUNERALS ALMOND Funeral service for Walter Almond, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Ellen Almond oi Lundbreck who died at Calgary Wednesday, Feb. 21, 1973, a the age of 84 years, was at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Chad's Angb'can Church, Lmdbreck with Rev. R. R. Griffiths otfi ciating. Pallbearers were Die' Crayford, Leonard Dewarl Tom. Oakley, Stan Nashmd Jim Price and Bob Williams Interment was in the Fairview Cemetery. Eden's F u n e r a Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, Di of Funeral Service, wa in charge of the arrangements it isn't an easy transition for a vocal member, fresh from an election campaign in which he pulled few punches in dealing with the Liberals. t It dossn't take he was saying in an interview. "The longer you have been in arliament the more mellow rou tend to become. And I had ong since passed the point here I couldn't sec any virtue n the other side of the House. There are two sides to every tuation." Since this Parliament began an. 4, Mr. McCleave has been ut of Ottawa for only one hour while the House has been sit- ing, although he still gels home most weekends. KEEPS BUSY When he is not in the chair he is pondering procedural judg- ments, studying precedents, continuing his crash course in Drench, entertaining deputy speakers from other provinces or other countries and confer- ring with House officials about points of order that may arise after he begins presiding that day. He spends about an hour a day with Speaker Lucien La- moureux, anticipating some ol Uie problems that may arise. "And it's just amazing how many points of order can be an- and pay their respects from 12 noon prior to the service in the RelieE Society Room of the lurch. CHRISTENSEN SALM- FUNERAL HOME LTD., of Funeral Service. C7754 ROBERT MCCLEAVE life changes By SYLVAN FOX New York Times Service SAIGON A major provi- sion of the Vietnam peace agreement has been virtually written off as no longer possi- We to carry out, according to well informed sources here. Under the terms of the agreement signed on Jan. 27, the basic responsibility for keeping the peace in South Vietnam is rested in the four- party joint Military Commis- sion for the first two months. The commission members arc the United States, North Viet- nam, Souti Viet Cong. After (lie two months, the responsibility falls to a two- party Joint Military Commis- sion, made up of South' Viet- nam and the Viet Cong. To carry out its mandate under the agreement, the four- party unit is required to estab- lish a central commission In Saigon which it has done seven regional units in major centers around the country and 2t> sub regional teams in smaller towns and villages. senting my riding." Most prob- lems are settled behind the scenes anyway and "I am very, very pleased with the quick and generous response I get from ministers and departments when I write them with prob- While a Jew letters he re- ceived suggested his appoint- ment would result in an active MP being silenced, he said most regarded it as an honor lor Nova Scotia. Indonesia threatens i to pull out JAKARTA (Reuter) In- donesia threatened today to pull out of the Vietnam ceasefire control commission if continued truce violations prevent the commission from carrying out its task. Indonesia has sent 292 mili- tary men to South Vietnam to take part in the International Commission of Control and Su- pervision Hungary, Canada and Poland are the other ICCS members. Peace udhs in teepee sclieduled WOUNDED KNEE, S.D. (AP) Peace talks in a tepee scheduled today at Wounded Knee, a hamlet held since Tues- day by militant Indians who liave burned a United Stales government proposal to end crmed stand-off. The justice department pro- posed late Sunday that the SCO [Indians who invaded Wounded i could depart with no flrreat of arrest. i Federal officials said a grand jury investigation at a later late would determine whether charges were warranted. COUNTER-OFFER MADE About the same time, the In- These teams, along with the central military commission io Saigon, are charged wiili the basic task of halting hostilities and bringing a genuine cease- fire into effect. But with the four-party Joint Military Corn- mission scheduled to remain in existence three more weeks, tho deployment of these teams has been accomplislied only partially and, western sources say, is unlikely ever to be completed. SURPRISE MOVE 111 Saigon meanwlu'le the Communists announced today they will boycott sessions of the four-party Joint Military Com- mission JMC- until the Saigon government increases the num- ber of prisoners of war to be released in the second phase of exchanges. United States officials said ilie by North Vietnam and took them by the Vial surprise. Cong They warned that the prisoners' re lec.se schedule is already week behind. dians offered a peace proposal under vrhich they would remain in this HUage where 146 Sioux and 31 U.S. soldiers died in an 1890 showdown. The 200 Indians took over Wounded Knee, ransacked a trading confiscated about 20 weapons and teld 11 resi- dents of the village hostage un- til noon Thursday. Stalin death date ignored MOSCOW (Renter) Joseph Statin died 20 years ago today but the Soviet press made no mention of tlie anniversary. No efforts were made, it seemed, at least in Moscow, to commemorate tho man who ruled the Soviet Union for nearly 30 years until his death March 5, 19o3, and whose reign still casts shadows over Soviet society. three sisters, and one brother, Miss Veva Cook of Calgary, Mrs Hall (Ila) Poulsen of Magrath Mr. Earl Cook of Salt Lake City and Mrs. Cliff (Hazel) Hood Calgary. He was predecease by seven brothers and sisters Stan Cook, Norm a Cook, Wan eta Cook, Leta Card, Grau Sheridan-, Ray Cook, and Les lie Cook. Funeral services wi be held Wednesday, March 7 1973 at p.m. in the Churc of Jesus Christ of Latter-da Saints at Magrath, with Bislio L. B. Tanner officiatin Friends may meet the fa mi in the Relief Society Roo from p.m. prior the service. Interment will fo low in the Magrath Cemetery CHRISTENSEN SALMON F NERAL HOME LTD., Direc ors oE Funeral Service. C77 MARTIN Passed unday, March 4, 1973, away Floyd Martin, aged 85 years, be- ved husband of Mrs. Edith ay Martin of Placher Creek, orn in Saginawa, Michigan, ame to Taber, Alberta in 1911, narried Edith May Johnson in >ecember of 1916. They farm- d ill the Taber dish-let until loving to Beaver Mines in 1935 j ranch on what became the 0 Ranch In Gladstone Valley, moved to Pincher Creek n 1347, where Ms. Martin ervised the school dormitory or three years. Mr. and Mrs. lartin celebrated their Golden Vedding Anniversary in 1966. Sesides his wife he is survived y one son, Howard Martin of 'owell River, B.C.; three laughters, Mrs. Margaret Esr- clay, Mrs. M. (Ida) Bond, Mrs. I. (Mary) Simpson, all of Pincher Creek; 13 grandchil- dren; eight great grandchil- dren. Predeceased by one son Floyd in September, 19GG; one great-granddaughter, Barbara Ann Elliott, November 1964 Funeral service will be held in Pincher Creek United Church Tuesday, March 6, 1973, 2 p.m. Rev. R. Putman officiating. In torment in Fairview Cemetery In lieu of flowers donation may be made lo the "Mino Baseball care o Mrs. Donna Elliott, Box 975 Pincher Creek. Funeral rangomenfs by EDEN'S FU NSRAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C7750 BARB SHIN BONE Fimer al service for Vernon Bare Shin Bone, Blood Indian Reserv resident who died Friday, Feb 23, 1973, at the age of 23 years was held at 10 a.m. AVednes day in the Church of the Im maculate Conception, S Mary's School, with Rev. Rcgnier officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Ray Black- plume, Dale Low Horn, Albert Panther Bone, Jim Shot Both Sides, Jr., Arthur Quills and Ray Many Chiefs. Active pallbearers were Keith Chief Moon, Henry Creighton, Albert Dayrider, Tyrone Eaglespeak- er, Darryl and' Ivan Manyfing- ers. Interment was in the Blood Band Cemetery. Eden's Fun- eral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. RalNSER MILLER Funeral service for Wajiie Jerome Miller, son of Monica and the late Max Miller of Milk River who died suddenly at Khartoum, Sudan, Friday, Feb. 2, 1973, at the age of 22 years, was eld at p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24, 1973, in St. Peter's Roman CathoHc Church, Milk ticipated in he says. About his French, which he has begun to use sparingly in the Commons: "It's comin( along well, but it certainly isn' easy when you're 50." The former lawyer and broad- caster still sits, part time, on ihe Conservative benches, but he takes little vocal'part in the day-to-day proceedings of the Commons from that chair. He hs.sn't asked a question duruis; this don't think it would be right for a deputy Speaker to get involved in ques- tion he has con- fined his voting supporting Conservative motions of policy. HOLDS SEAT "When votes involve state- ments by other parties I feel I should refrain. And although I have often been tempted to jump up with a supplementary question I have always man- aged to stay in my seat." He doesn't attend party caucus or caucus committees. Mr. McCleave says his first ruling was the most difficult he has faced. It was a complicated motion that, incidentally, was SALE-1OZOFF! River, with. Father Sluister and Father Lynne the co-celebrants, lis body was cremated at Chartoum. Private burial ser- iees will be held at the Holy Angel's Cemetery at Coutts, be- side his father who died March 4, 1972. Father Sinister will as- sistcr. Burial will be in the spring. Martin Bros. Ltd., Dir- ectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAM GRISAK In loving memory of a dear mother and grand- mottier, Aima Grisak, who pass- ed away March 5, 1965. Years may pass and fade away, But memories of you will al- ways stay. remembered by all proposed by a Conservative. Ho stayed up half the night study- ing precedents before deciding to reject it. "I am more relaxed and com- {ortable in the chair noiv." It's true, he says, that in his new rjosilion he cannot stand up and he vocal on behalf of con- stituency problems, "but I think T am just as effective in repre- the family. 7952 Free fishing for elderly Senior citizens will continue to enjoy free fishing privileges, A. A. Warrack, lands and forests minister, told the Alberta leg- islature. However, he said, they will be subject to an extra levy on their hunting licences. The levy on all fishing and hunting licences was an- nounced last week as a means of gathering funds for wildlife habitat improvement. FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE EVERYDAY CANCER FACTORS Part 1 AMONG THK ASPECTS OT- rVAKKJNCfe NrfOST TPAAED AGE. TMH REMARKABLE IN THE INCJDElNCe Ofi PAttTICULAA. 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