The Windsor Star from Windsor, Ontario, Canada on June 1, 1987 · 16
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B8 THE WINDSOR STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1987 Starks crew failed to follow procedure WASHINGTON -Officers aboard the American frigate Stark failed to execute a standard air-defense maneuver when attacked May 17 by an Iraqi jet in the Persian Gulf, according to government officials familiar with the Navy investigation of the incident. Knowing an Iraqi warplane was approaching, the ships captain did not begin to turn her stern toward the aircraft, which would have permitted the Starks sophisticated electronic defenses to detect the launching of two Exocet sea-skimming missiles and to shoot them down. It would also have presented the missiles with a smaller, less vital part of the ship as a target, officials said. Because the ship held a course almost directly toward the Iraqi Mirage F-l jet, the missiles the plane fired from 12 miles away approached the ship through a blind spot where its super structure blocked antimissile sensors and weapons, the officials said. The officials included details previously not disclosed or left unclear. This version indicates that command errors, rather than equipment failure, were to blame for the ships fate. THE NAVY has said that the ship never fired, but has not explained exactly why. A Navy spokesman on Sunday refused to discuss the matter in detail, pending the conclusion of an investigation that is ' continuing in Bahrain, where the crippled ship is anchored. Officials suggested that the ships commander, Capt. Glenn R. Brindel, and perhaps three other officers, could be held culpable and they have been named as interested parties, or primary subjects of the inquiry, and have been assigned legal counsel. At a news conference AP Photo A CICADA SHEDS its old skin in prior to the party Cicadas surface for noisy orgy every 17 years BALTIMORE (AP) After 17 years of lying in the dark and sucking tree roots, billions of cicadas are emerging from the ground and preparing for a six-week orgy. Its expected to be a noisy party. The insects, often mistakenly called locusts, spend 17 years underground, feeding on roots. When they come out of the ground at this time of year, they climb tree trunks, shed their old skins, make a lot of noise, mate and die. The cicadas appear in the eastern United States annually, but by far the biggest brood is the one that last emerged in 1970. Millions of the insects have been seen, but not heard, in Maryland this year. Trunks of some old elms in old northern Baltimore neighborhoods are covered with climbing cicadas that have just crawled out of their old skins. The empty, yellow husks remain stuck to the trees. The cicadas will start making their distinctive buzz like vigorously shaken maracas after their new skins harden, said Gaye Williams, a state Agriculture Department entomologist. The insects will congregate by the thousands on trees, where they will make a ferocious racket and occasionally fall to the ground, startling humans and their pets. Williams says she has received calls of concern from people planning outdoor functions, worried about the red-eyed, black bugs dropping from trees onto their picnics. Because of fears that cicadas would prove disruptive, the College of Notre Dame planned for the first time in its 1 1 4-year history to hold commencement indoors, said Margaret Goldsboro, spokesman for the liberal arts school. AN OUTDOOR ceremony this year could be total disaster, Sister Delia bowling, the academic dean, explained in a letter to students and faculty. "The cicadas could jump from gown to gown, tassel to tassel, with no regard to rank or degree, she wrote. "They could help themselves to the vegetable dip, cheese and punch. Residents along Baltimore's elm-shaded Loch Raven Boulevard say they havent yet been annoyed by the cicadas, but some remember the big brood of 1970. "Oh, my gracious, they made noise and were all over everything, said Harold Brown, 48. "Night before last, me and my wife watched some come out of the ground. They eat the leaves, and I imagine theyll cause lots of damage." Actually, Williams said, cicadas dont eat when they are above ground. Once they emerge, their sole aim is to mate. Williams said she is worried that the cicada population is dwindling because of the destruction of their environment. Tree removal harms cicadas because they then dont have a place to gather and mate. Covering the ground with concrete and asphalt traps them underground. She said she would like some measures taken to ensure the insects survival. They have six weeks to get up and party and move around, Williams said. Six weeks from now, theyre going to be gone. Then, in 2004, Ill be getting phone calls again at least, I hope so. in Bahrain on May 20, Brindel said that the ships electronic equipment "did not detect an incoming missile and stressed that the vessel followed standard operational procedures when attacked. Blind spots are caused when weapons cannot be turned to fire through the superstructure, leaving a defensive gap. Also, no radar, no matter where it is situated, can see through a ships stack. WEAPON specialists say that the captain and . other officers would have been trained to compensate by turning the ship away from an approaching aircraft in order to defend against missile attacks. According to the Pentagon, the Stark never expected to be attacked by an Iraqi aircraft, but the Stark should have turned away from the aircraft, which it had identified and tracked from hundreds of miles away, when the plane approached within 40 miles orso. They said that number of actions taken by the officers manning the weapons and sensors on the Stark had reduced warning time and contributed to the failure to thwart the attack. The approaching plane was picked up by the Starks air search radar at a distance of about 200 miles. ACCORDING to the officials, a little more than a minute before the first missile hit, a sensi tive radar warning re ceiver on the ship de tected, for the first time, that the Mirage hac switched its own search radar to a more focused powerful beam used to pinpoint targets, a clear signal of possible attack. The captain was not informed of the signal change. The officials would not say whether he had been on the bridge, in the combat control room, or else' where. Had the officers acted swiftly, the officials said, the Stark could still have turned a few de grees to one side in time to unmask its defensive systems. The unnamed officers manning the command center including the executive officer, the tactical action officer, and the weapons control officer moved in the final minute to prepare the ships defenses, but could not act in time, the officials said. THE RADAR opera tor suggested using a less powerful but un ' blinded auxiliary radar situated toward the front of the ship. To control the auxiliary radar the officer had to move to a new console and initiate a sequence of commands. He could not do so before the first missile struck. One of the officers left the command center above deck to remove a safety lock so that metallic particles, called chaff, could be fired into the air in an effort to decoy the Exocet missiles toward a false target. They also switched the ship's Phalanx antimissile gun system, its main defense against an Exocet missile, into a mode of operation in which it could track any incoming missile. In that mode, however, the system would not fire automatically. The Phalanx system, a multi-barreled gun in a small, covered mount, is designed to fire thousands of heavy, large-caliber rounds into the path of an approaching missile. Births, Deaths, In Memoriam ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS-ADOPTIONS ENGAGEMENTS-MARRIAGES-SERVICES OF TRIBUTE SOCIETIES For Announcement Notices Cell 255-5544 KB LODGES THANK YOU CARDS Place Your BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Here Por4 Days And Pick Up At The Star A Penaten Baby Pack FREE BOWMAN -Patrick and Debra are pleased to announce the arrival of their 1st daughter, at Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, weighing 7 lbs., 10 ozs. Proud grandmother is Betty Bow man of Windsor. BRANCH-(0Brien)--Vic and Wendy thank God for the safe arrival of their daughter, Christine Ruth, 71bs. 2ozs., on May 22nd, 1987. First grandchild for Stew and Joan O'Brien, Wyoming, Ontario and seventh grandchild for Vic and Eleanor Branch of Windsor. Great-grandparents are John Branch, Windsor, Norm Gordon, Stew and Dorothy O'Brien all of Wyoming. Bl'RKE-John and Andrea are pleased to announce the arrival of their son, Brendon John Allan, born on May 28, 1987, weighing 8 lbs 2 oz, at Grace Hospital. Grandparents, Gail and Allan Clegg. Great-grandson for Doris Stephenson. COOPER Cindy and Todd proudly announce the birth of Alexandria Katherine, on May 29th 1987 at 3:33 p.m. weighing in at 7 lbs. 10 oz. at Met Hospital. Sister for Starr Alisa. Proud grandparents are Mrs. Katherine Cooper and Mrs. Theresa Draves. Greatgrandmother Mildred Cooper of Ft. Erie. Thanks to our Dr. and staff at Met. DeMARCO-Battista and Donna (nee Piccolo) thank God for the safe arris al of their 2nd child, Alessandro Antonio. 7 lbs lOoz, born on May 30, 1 987. A brother for Divina. Proud grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Alessandro DeMarco & Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Piccolo. EBARE -Wyatt and Helen (nee Fryscok) proudly announce the birth of their first child, a boy, Jordan Matthew, on May 28, 1987 at 10:49 a.m. weighing 8 lbs., 3 ozs. at Met. Hospital. Proud grandparents 1 are Mr. and Mrs. Oldrich Fryscok and Mr. and Mrs. David Ebare. Great-grandmother Mrs Mary Ancocik and many new aunts and uncles! Special thanks to Dr. Hasen, Melinda and NursingStaff. EDMONDS-BAYUSS-Kim (nee Fisher) and Bill are ecstatic about the safe arrival of Alexandra Brittany born on May 29, 1987 at 4:29 a.m., weighing 6 lbs 6oz. Six years in the making and well worth it! Thank you to Dr. Keith MacLeod, Dr. Arthur Kidd and also to the caseroom staff at Met Hospital. SCHCCHARD-Brad and Christine and sister, Meagan are pleased to announce the safe arrival of their 7 lbs. 8 ozs. baby boy, Marc David Lome, May 20, 1987 at 12:16 a.m. Proud grandparents are Lome and Joyce Schuchard and David and Gillian Yerkie. I told you so, Gillian! SLAVIK -Trish and John are happy to announce the safe arrival of Steven Bradley, 8 lbs. 9 oz. born May 29th 1987 at Ross Memorial Hospital, Lindsay, Ont. Brother for Brandon. Proud grandparents are Helen & Jerry Slavik and Joyce & A1 Terryberry. ZIMNEY (Baute)-Surprise! Ryan and Jason have a sister! Delighted parents Wayne and Diane thank God for the safe arrival of Melanie Elizabeth, 7 lbs. 13lSozs..onMay28, 1987. Tickled pink grandparents Michael & Bernice Zimney and Charlie & Betty Baute. Great-grandparents Rose Boulley, Annie Zimney and August Van Daele. Special thanks to family, friends and hospital staff for all their help and support. DEATHS CALLAGHAN-Dorcen, 59 years, May 30, 1987 at home. Predeceased by her husband James ( 1 983). Dear mother of Patrick, Windsor, and grandmother to Amanda Sue. Dear sister of Louis McDonald, Edmonton; Mrs. Clare O'Shea and Miss Kay McDonald, P.E.I. Visiting Tuesday after 2 p.m. at the Marcotte Funeral Home, 870 Wyandotte St.E. Funeral Wednesday at 9 a m. to Holy Name of Mary Church at 9:30. Prayers Tuesday 8:30 p m. Interment Heavenly Rest Cemetery. Mrs. Callaghan was a former devoted employee of Kresges. GIBB-Cecilia, June 1, 1987, late of Front Rd., LaSalle. Beloved wife of Robert. Dear mother of Dr. Robert Gibb, Windsor; Roy, River Canard; Miss Lenore, London; James, LaSalle and Bill Gibb, Ander-don. Dear sister of Andrew Forsty, Westland, Mich. Four grandchildren survive. Visiting after 2 p m. T uesday at the Marcotte Funeral Home, 870 Wyandotte St.E. Funeral Wednesday from St. Josephs Church, River Canard (time later). CHAUVIN-May, 81 years, May 30, 1987 at Windsor Western Hospital Centre, I. O.D.E. Unit. Predeceased by her husbands Hector Soucic and 3 great grandchildren (1966) and Eli Chauvin Predeceased by 1 infant son, 3 HAMEL-Shirley. 60 Years. May 30, 1987 at Hotel Dieu Hospital. Beloved wife of Alphonse. Dear mother of Scott at home. Visiting at The Marcotte Funeral Home 870 Wyandotte St. E. Funeral Service, Tues., at 11:00 a.m. Rev. Steve Shelstad officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Hamel was a legal secretary with The Des Deneau Law Firm. Memorial donations to Cancer Research would be appreciated. . HEBERT-Frances, 83 years, (nee Lajeunesse), Beloved wifeof S. Edward. Dearmoth-er of James E. Grandmother of Denise, Nanette, James G. and Michelle. Great-grandmother of Jarrod, Joshua and Britta-ney. Funeral from the Eppens-VanDeweghe Funeral Home, 6150 Cadieux Rd. at Harper, Wednesday 9:30 a.m. to St. Matthew Church 10 a.m. Rosary Tuesday 7:30 p.m. In-stateafter4pm.Tue.sday. KRl EGER-Henry D. 84 years, Saturday May 30, 1987 at Leamington District Memorial Hospital. Late of 33 Pickwick Drive, Leamington and formerly of Albuna. Beloved husband of Agnes. Dear father of David, Mersea Twsp., Henry, Albuna; and Mrs. Ernie Toews (Alice) Ruthven. Also survived by 7 grandchildren (1983). Dear mother of Mrs. Joseph (Lorraine) Scislowski of Amherstburg, Mrs. Robert (Bernice) Orton of Mich., and Hector Soucie of Windsor. Also survived by three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Visiting at Janisse Brothers Funeral Home, 1139 Ouellette Ave. till Tues. June 2, at 9:30am. then to Assumption Church for Funeral Mass at 1 0am. Prayeis were held Sunday evening, 8 pm. Interment Grecnlawn Memorial Cemetery. Donations to the Windsor Western Hospital Centre Foundation would be appreciated by the family. CHRISTIE-William. Formerly of 1 1 1 Riverside Dr. E. brothers, David, John and Gerhardt, all of Leamington and 3 brothers and 1 sister in Russia. Resting at the Reid Funeral Home, 14 Russel St., Leamington. Funeral Tuesday June 2, at 2pm from the Oak Street United Mennonite Church. Officiating clergy: Rev. Menno Epp, Rev. H P. Fpp and Rev. Corneilus Driedger. Interment Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Leamington. Memorial dona-tionas to the U.M.E.L or to the Leamington Mennonite Home. (VISITATION AFTER 2PM MONDAY). MlRPHY-Robert George Asquith. 61 Years. On May 29, 1987, suddenly in The Dominican Republic. Beloved husband of Betty Ann (nee Bennett). Loving father and father in law to Penny Molu-chi, Debbie Murphy, Rob and Rose Ann Murphy, Sheila and Doug Sole and Shelley and Kevin MacPhail, all of Windsor. Loving grandpa of Laurie Ann (Charlie Brown), John Andrew (Mclver), Katie (Widget), Michelle (Mickey), Meighan (Muggsy), Siobhan (Muffin) and Kiernan Robert (C ricket). Dear son of William and the late Edith Murphy. Son in law of Catherine and the late Stephen Bennett. Step son of Bea Murphy. Loving brother and brother in law of Betty and Martin Britain, Kansas, Graham and Fran Murphy, Windsor, Barbara and Rev. Douglas Smith, Flint. Dear brother in law of Linda and Bill White and Nancy Page. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Very dear friend to Joan and Raymond Hall, Windsor and Grace and Dennis Evans, Hamilton. Mr. Murphy was a member of The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 143. Bob w as an employee for over 30 years at Windsor Western Hospital, l.O.D.E. Unit and a member of The Canadian Union of Operating Engineers. Resting at The Anderson Funeral Home 895 Ouellette Ave. Funeral services, Wed., June 3, 1987 at 1:00 p.m. Rev. Edgar Insley and Rev. Douglas T. Smith officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Cemetery. A Royal Canadian Legion Memorial Service, Auspice Branch 143 will be held T ues. evening at 7:30 p.m. Memorial tributes to Windsor Western Hospital Center, Chronic Care Center would be appreciated by the family. MURWIN-Helen, 85 years, Saturday, May 30, 1987 at Grace Hospital, late Of Amherstburg, formerly of Harrow. Beloved wife of the late Herbert F. Murwin. Dear mother and mother-in-law of James H. and Joan,Murwin, Halifix; Charles and Margaret Tofflemire, Essex. Dear Nana of Michel and Patricia Rey-naud, France; Uwe and Susan Wilhelm, Kingston; Russell and Jennifer Stewart, Halifax; James M. and Olive Murwin, Halifax; Brady and Linda Tofflemire, Windsor; Andrea Tofflemire and Fiance Joseph Keller, Amherstburg; the late Wendell Tofflemire. Nine great-grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Murwin rested at the Bisnett Funeral Home, Maidstone, Ont. Funeral service was held Monday, June I, :30 p m., Rev. Laura-Jo PAGE-Irene Viola. 84 Years. May 30, 1987. Peacefully at nJlir' her home. Formerly of Port Dover. Dear cousin of Mrs. Beatrice Higgins, Windsor. Many nieces and nephews also survive. Visiting at Janisse Brothers Funeral Home 1 139 Ouellette from 2.00 p m. Mon. Funeral Tues., 10:15 a.m. to St. Rose Church at 1 1:00. Prayers, Mon. 8.00 p.m. Interment Assumption Cemetery. Miss Page was a member of The Board Of Christ The King College, The C.W.L. and The Legion of Mnrv. IN MEMORIAM BFLL-In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Cecil, who passedawav June I, 1983. Nothing cancvcrtakeaway T he love a hea rt holds dear, Fond memories linger every day. Remembrance keeps him Lovingly remembered by son Gary, daughter-in-law Mary, grandchildren Steve and Diane. GRAHAM In loving memory of our dear mother, Ida, who passed away May 28th 1959, dear father, William, June 2nd, 1 970, dear brother Gord, May 25th, 1974 and other deceased loved ones. Hopefully we will meet again, Governors, But not too soon I pray. iin tu ..sjajiy mjSSC(j anj a I w ays remembered by the family. SMDER-Sidney. 72 Years. May 31, 1987 at Metropolitan General Hospital. Mr. Snider was a retired Yard Conductor with The N.Y. Central Railway and member of The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. Hewasalsoa veteran of U'W2, serving with The Royal Canadian Navy, Volunteer Reserve and a member of The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 255. Beloved husband of Lynn. Loving father of Sharon Snider, Stephen Snider and wife, Alexandra, all of Windsor. Dear brother of Leonard Snider, Calgary and Lillian Chisholm. Pre-deceased by Edward (1962). Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at The Don Morris Funeral Home 68 Giles Blvd. East, Mon. from 7-9 p.m. T ues., 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service, from The Memorial Chapel on Wed., June 3, at 1 1 :00 a.m. Canon Paul Chid-wick officiating. Interment St. Marys Anglican Church Yard. Royal Canadian Legion Service, under the auspices of Branch 255, Tues., 7:30 p m. Donations made to The Ontario Heart And Stroke Fund would be appreciated by the family. TRIMM-Jack. 69 Years. May 31, 1987 at Windsor Western Hospital, l.O.D.E. Unit. Mr. Trimm was a veteran of W.W.2, Kangaroo Tank Regiment and The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 12, member of The Windsor Sportsmans Club and member of Teamsters Union Local 880. Beloved husband of Dora. Loving father of Mrs. Oscar (Marsha) Hudon. Windsor and Mrs. Alton (Annette) Rhea of LABUTE -In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Claude Joseph, who passed aw ay June 1st 1985. It is hard to believe, 2 years have passed, Since you suddenly left us w ilh nofarewell. I often feel yourcloseness. As 1 goon alone. I think of you often and miss you very much. -Sadly missed but not forgotten by wife Connie and daughter Frances and Trace and sister Luella. LALIBERTF. -Rene (Pete): In loving memory of a dear husband and father, who passed away June 1, 1986. -Sadly missed by wife Edna and children. LANDER, Bruce -In loving memory of a Dear husband, father and grandfather, who passed away June 1, 1984. It brokeourheartstoloseyou But you did not goalonc. For part of us went with you, , Theday God called you home. -Sadly missed and lovingly remembered by June, daughters Gail, Judy and Carol and families. LITTl E -In memory of a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Gladys, whopassedawayJunel, 1978 You can only have one mother, Patient, kind and true, No other friend in all the world, Will besotruc toyou, Forall her loving kindness. She asks nothing in return, If all the world deserted me, Tumymotherlcouldturn, To those w ho have a mother, Treasure herwithcare For you never know her value, heatley. Also survived by Till you see her vacant chair, thirteen grandchildrenjmd six -Always loved and remeqt- 80 Ycarsold. On May 31, 1987 narHorsPital- London- Bcoyed at Metropolitan General vufe of Vincent. De-ar mother Hospital. Beloved husband of ,os anc "e;!?nne , a Muriel. Dear father of Ho- Tona, Tony and wife Cath La ward and Lynn, Beren, Ohio, TonaandFrankLaTona.allof Alastair, Windsor. Dear Windsor. Loving grandmother grandpa of Amy. Dearbrother of Ninny and Sabrina. Resting of Mrs. May Baillie, Scotland. al Janisse Brothers Funeral Mr. Christie was a former ?? Ouellette from teacher for Windsor Board of P m' ?,n- Funeral Wed., Education for 1 8 years in sec- ? am' 10 Angela Menct la TONA-Concetta. 59 jarzcc officiated. Interment Years. May 3J, 1987 at Victo-. Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. If you so desire donations CRANTBrisebois-Dave and Renee are proud to announce the safe arrival of their beautiful twin daughters, Amanda Ann, weighing 6 lbs 11 oz and sister Meghcn Ashley, at 7 lbs 8 oz, on May 26, 1 987. Proud grandparents arc Fred & Marg Grant, Willy & Carol Wilson, June Briscbois (Tec.) and Ed Brisebois(Sudbury). HAKINS-(nee Nicholson). Kevin and Patti thank God for the safe arrival of their first child, a son, Ryan Thomas, 8 lbs. 1 2 ozs. on May 24, 1 987 at Grace Hospital. Proud grandparents are George and Helen Nicholson and first time grandparents are Tom and Charlotte Hawkins. Special thanks to Dr. R. Bourkeand nursing staff. L.AUZON -Ray and Debbie arc pleased to announce the safe arrival of a baby girl, Samantha Helen, born May 29th 1987 weighmg7 lbs. 8 oz. Brother John anxiously awaiting at home. Proud grandparents Mcme Burns, Grandpa Gcoreeand Grandma Helen. Ll'DEN -Rick and Dawnc i nee Munro) are pleased to announce the arrival of Andrew Spenser, 7 lbs. 4 oz. 19';, May 30th 1 987 at 10.54 a m. at Pembroke General Hospital. Happy 50th anniversary Greatgrandma and Greatgrandpa Leopold" from Cornelius. Second grandson for Robert and Jan Ludcn, Ken and Maureen Munro. Another greatgrandson for Cccilc Park. MCEW EN-Stewart and Julie (nee Lachinc) thank God for the safe arrival of their daughter Candice Marie, May 28, 987 at Grace Hospital. Weighing 6 lbs. 10 ozs. Little sister for Crystal Gail and also sister Tiffany Anne looking down from heaven. Proud grandparents are Mr.andMrs. W m. McEwen and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lachinc. ondary schools in Windsor Also served in W.W.2 with R.A F. Resting at The Anderson Funeral Home 895 Ouellette Ave. Visitation Mon. 3-5 and 7-9. Funeral Services Tues., June 2, 1987 at 11:00 a.m. Rev. Robert P. Fourney officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Gardens. Memorial tributes to The Metropolitan General Hospital Foundation would be appreciated by the family. CARROD-Delima Marie, 81 years, May 30, 1987 at Grace Hospital. Beloved wife of the late Samuel (1967). Dear mother of the late Arzan, Mrs. Ernie (Cccilc) Nolan of Windsor, Alphonse Ouellette of Windsor, Mrs. Walter (Rita) Pare of McGregor, Mrs. Harold (Betty) Deneau of Win- dsor, Morris Ouellette of Windsor, Jerome Ouellette of Windsor, Mrs. Marion (Mary) Bryksa of Amherstburg and Peter Garrod of Windsor. Dear step-mother of the late Sydney Garrod, the late Ruth Mcloche, Alfred Garrod of Windsor, Harold Garrod of Dearborn, Mich., Donald Garrod of Windsorand Mrs. Jean Bouquet of Chatham. Also survived by many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Dear sister of the late Mrs. Oliver Beaugrand, the late Lucy Friche and the late Ernest Beaugrand, the late Theresa Chevalier and the late Leo Beaugrand, Walter Beaugrand of Emeryville and Camille Beaugrand of Tecumseh. M rs. Garrod w as a member of the Assumption Catholics W omens League, the Senior Citizens and Sisters of the Holy Name (the Wcstend Golden Opportunity Club). Visiting at Janisse brothers Funeral Home 1139 Ouellette Ave., Mon. June I after 7pm. till Wed.. June 3,9 30am. then to Assumption Church for Funeral Mass at 10am. Prayers Tues. evening 8 pm. Interment Heavenly Rest Cemetery. Donations to the Sisters of the Holy Name of Mary. Peter St. Convent would be appreciated by the family. 1 Church at 9:30 a m. Parish prayers, Tues., 8.00 p m. Entombment Windsor Memorial Gardens. MONCH AMP-Jcan-Marie (John). On May 29, 1987 peacefully at home at the age of 75. Beloved husband of Laurctte (nee Liboiron). Dear father of Paul and Pauline Monchamp of New Bedford, N.S.; Roger and Deborah Monchamp of Windsor; Noel and Roslyn Monchamp of Georgetown; John and Madeleine McCauley of Amherstburg; James and Annette Richards of Windsor. Dear brother of Maurice of Kamloops, B.C. and sister, Jeanne Monchamp and Sister Michelle MonchampofTheGrcy Nun Order, residing at St. Bonifice Mother House. Also surviving are fifteen grandchildren. Resting at The W indsor Chapel Funeral Home 1 700 Tecumseh Rd. E. from 7-9 pm ON MONDAY ONLY. PRIVATE FUNERAL SERVICE for the family will take place on Tues., June 2, 1 987 with cremation following. Mr. Monchamp was a member of The Senior Citizens Club at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church; a retired tool and die maker at Chrysler CanadaandamcmberofThe C.A W. Local 444. As your expression of sympathy donations may be made to The Our Lady of Perpetual Help Building Fund. (Cards Available at the funeral home). MULLIGAN Raymond Thomas, 77 years, suddenly in Dunedin, Florida, April 4th, 1987. Late of Lighthouse Shores, Tilbury. Loving husband of Hilda. Also survived by sister Annabellc, Sarnia. Many nieces and nephews. M r. Mulligan was a retiree of Chrysler Canada Personnel Office. Windsor. Memorial mass w ill be held at Christ The King Church, 2930 Dominion Blvd , W'mdsor. Sal. June 6th at 1 0.30 a. m. Memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Fund or the chanty of your choice. t may be made to the Chronic Care Building Fund, P.O. Box 72 16, Windsor. NTMEtll-Madeleine L. 69 Years. May 31, 1987atMctro-polilan General Hospital. Late of Amherstburg. Beloved wife of the late Anthony (1973). Dea r mot her of Barbara ( M rs. Robert Bondy) McGregor, Wayne of Strathroy and Gregory, Amherstburg. Dear sister of Mrs. Angela Lafram-boise and Mrs. Raymond (Marcella) Mcloche, both of LaSalle. Pre-deceased by Jeannette and Juliette. Also survived by ten grandchildren, f riends may call at The James H. Sutton Funeral Home 401 Sandwich St. South, Amherstburg Mon. 2-5 and 7-9 p m. I uneral Tues., June 2 at 9:30 a m. to St. John The Baptist Church for funeral mass at 10 00 a m. Interment St. Joseph's Church, River Canard. Prayers, Mon. 8.00 p.m. As an expression of sympathy donations may be made to The Hospice or The Ontario Cancer Foundation, 1995 LcnsAve. PAPROSKI -Olga. 85 years, died on May 31, 1987 at Salvation Army, Grace Hospital. Beloved wife of the late Nicholas Paproski (1987). Dear mother of Leo and Leona Pap-roskv, Windsor. Dear grandmother of Dr. Wayne Papros-ky, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, Mrs. Richard Tolmic (Gail) of Windsor. Dear great grandmother of Shcena and Nicole. Visiting in the W alter D. Kelly Funeral Home, 1969 Wyandotte St. E. after 2 pm. Tues. I uneral Service in the chape! on Wed., June 3, 1987 at 10am. Rev. Johnny Tokar officiating. Interment Grecnlawn Memorial Cemetery. In kindness, Memorial Tributes may be made to the Chronic Care I mtofSalvation Army, Grace Hospital. Prayers Tues. 7.30pm. POLIK-Mary. 79 Years. May 3 1 , 1 987, late of Golden Gate Lodge. Dear wife of Joseph. Dear mother of Mrs. Eric Soderholm (Irene) Toronto, Mrs. Victor Conn (Margaret ), Windsor. One brother and two sisters in Hungary. Six grandchildren, two great grandchildren survive. Visiting at The Marcotte Funeral Hume 870 Wyandotte St. E. Funeral Tues., 8.30a m. to St. Anthony Hunganan Church at 9 00. Interment St. Alphonvus Cemetery. Prayers, Mon. 8.00 p.m. great grandchildren. Friends may call at The James H. Sutton Funeral Home 1567 Ouellette Ave. Mon. from 7-9 p.m. Tues., 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service, W'ed., June 3, at 10:00 a.m. Rev. Donald Hull officiating. Interment Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. Royal Canadian Legion Service, under the auspices of Branch 12, Tues., 7.30 p.m. As your expression of sympathy donations may be made to The Canadian Cancer Society. W ALKER-Ncil. 67 Years. On Sat. May 30, 1987 at St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto. Late residence Cottam. Beloved husband of Isabella (Jol-liffc) Dear father of Miss Ruth Anne Walker, Thornhill, Robert (Mal)onna) Walker, David (Colleen) Walker, both of Cottam. Dear brother of Ray Walker, Leamington, bered by her family. ROSE - In loving memory of a dear Uncle Hector (Con), who passed away May 3 1 st, 1 985. He is gone but not forgotten, And as dawns another year, In our lonely hours of thinking, Thoughts of him are always near. Days of sadness will come oer Us, Friends may think the wound is healed. But they little know the sorrow, That lies within the heart concealed. Always loved and remembered by niece Pearl and Bob. 1 OR AU-Steve the Barber. In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, who passed away so suddenly, 1 8 yearsago, June 1 , 1969. I have lost my soul's Mrs. Nellie Luxton and Mrs. -'Companion Harvey (Doris) Whaley, both Alilethatlingerswithmyown of Sarnia and Mrs. Wilhelinine Girard, Comber. Pre-deceased by one brother, Claire. Also survived by six grandchildren. Resting at The Leslie R. Dutot Funeral Home 318 Eric St. South, Leamington where L uneral Service will be held on Wed., June 3 at 1:30. With Rev. G.H. W'alsh officiating. Interment in Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Leamington. Royal Canadian Legion Branch 188, Kingsville will hold a service T ues., evening at 7:30 p m. As an expression of sympathy the family would appreciate donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of St. Michaels Hospital, Toronto. (VISITATION AFTLR 2.00 P.M. TUESDAY) And day by day I miss him more As J walk through life alone. Oh what would I give to clasp his hand His happy face to sec To hear his hearty laughter That meant so much to me. --Always remembered by his wife Katherine, his son John and his family. SOCIETIES LODGES IN MEMORIAM BELL-In memory of my beloved husband Cecil, who was called away so suddenly, 4 years ago, June 1, 1983. -Forever in my heart & thoughts, sadly missed Helen. BLLL--In loving memory of our father and father-in-law, Cecil, who passed away suddenly 4 years ago today, June Ist,lt83. Life goes on on we know thats true, But its not the same since we lost you. Although we smile and make no fuss, No one misses you more than us. Treasure him Lord, in your garden of rest. For when on earth he was one of the best. -Sadly missed and lovingly remembered by daughter Joyce and son-in-law Don. BLLL-ln loving memory of a dear grandfather, Cecil who passedawayJunc 1, 1983. 1 mivs you every day. I will loveyou forever Papa. -Always remembered by granddaughter Debbie. m Ml RPHY-Robert. Members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143, arc requested to meet at the Anderson F uneral Home, Tuesday, 7:30pm fur memorial service for the late brother Robert. THANK YOU CARDS C I RTIS -The family of the late Charles Curtis would like to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to family, friends, neighbours, the staff of IODL Hospital Intensive Care and Doctors, Windsor Chapel Funeral Home and pallbearers. Special thanks to Dr. Musgrovc and Rev. Edmond Torcki. -Mrs. Mary Curtisand family. KWIATKOWSM-Thc family of the late Edmund Kwiat-kowski wish to express their sincere appreciation and thanks to their relatives, friends and neighbours for their kindness, acts of love, floral tributes, mass offerings, sympathy cards, gifts of food and money and donations to the Heart Fund, during the recent sudden loss of a loving husband, father, grandfather and brother. Special thanks to the pallbearers, Meladys 1 uneral Homc.C.W L. for the luncheon and especially the Markham Family and Edna Deelstra. -ThcKwiatkowskiFamily. 4

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