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D6- THE WINDSOR STAR, TUESDA JANUARY 12, 1988- DEATHS InSM Births, Deaths, emooam ADOPTIONS ENGAGEMENTS MARRIAGES SERVICES OF TRIBUTE For Announcement Notice Call 255 IN AAEMORIAM TAIARIOL-In loving memory of a dear mother Giovanna, who passed away January 12th, 1982. God has called our mother, Away from a world of strife, To shine among the angels In a fairer, brighter life. Safe in the arms of Jesus, Safe from all grief and sin, Forever and Where all is pure within. Our hearts are full of sorrow, And tears have dimmed our eyes, But we shall meet her once again, In the home beyond the skies. -Lovingly remembered and forever missed by son Mario and daughters Marina and Mirella.

INMEAAORIAM CAMPEAU -In loving memory of dear wife, Gayle Louise, who passed away Jan. 12, 1985. Oh, what could I give to clasp your hand; Your kind dear face to see; Your loving smile, your welcome voice, That meant so much to me. No one knows the silent heartache, Only those who have lost can tell Of the grief that is borne in silence For the one I loved so well. -Sadly missed by husband Jim.

CAMPEAU -In loving memory of dear mother, Gayle Louise, who passed away Jan. 12,1985. We are sad within our memory-Lonely are our hearts today For the one we loved so dearly Has forever been called away. We think of her in silence, Noeyemayseeusweep; But many silent tears are shed When others are asleep. -Always loved and remembered by daughters Stacey and Amie.

CURRIE -In loving memory of a dear wife and mother, Annie (Nan), who passed away Jan. 12, 1971. However long our life may last, Whatever lands we view; Whatever joy or grief be ours, We will always think of you -Lovingly remebered oy husband Art and daughters Pat and Shirley. JONES -Markeya Lynn, who passed away Jan. 11,1987.

Your picture sits in my room so high, Just like an angel with wings that fly. I know you tried with all your might, Your little heart was too weak to fight. The Lord has taken you as one ofHischildren, Where there's love, happiness and no sad faces. Your loving memory will always be with me. -Sadly missed and never forgotten, parents, Tyrone and Natalie Jones, ana grandma (Sheila) and relatives.

KRUG-In loving memory of a dear mother Marion, who passed away January 1 0th, 1 98 1 Yes, she sleeps but not forever, In a lone and silent grave; Blessed promise she shall waken, Jesus died the lost to save. In the dawning of the morning, When the troubled night is o'er, All the buds in beauty blooming Will rejoice tosee her more. -Sadly missed and always remembered by Shirley Bieber. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS BIRTHS ALC'ID -It's A Girl! Lynda and Bong thank God for the safe arrival of Kimberly Anne, weighing 6 lbs. 1 1 on Jan.

5, 1988 at Grace Hospital. Little sister for Alvin and Lyndon. Proud grandparents are Anita Alcid and Adcla Laroco. Grandpa's are smiling down from Heaven. BRISTOW -Frank and Shelley are proud to announce the arrival of Rachel Elizabeth, born January 5th 1988 at 8:47 a.m.

weighing 8 lbs. 6 oz. Proud grandparents Frank and Kathy Bristow and William and Beverly Springer. Insured. BROWN-BOYLE-Hi! My name is Brian and I'd like to welcome my baby sister.

Her name is Charlene Elizabeth Cara. She was born on Jan. 10, 1 QRft and she weiffhed 5 lbs 7 oz. I want to thank God for the safe arrival, also my Mommy and Daddy Shelly and Jeff for my belated birthday present, because I just turned 1 yr. old on Dec.

31, 1 987. Our very proud grandparents are Arlene Brown, Howard Oakes, Bonnie Dugal, all of Windsor, Bill Diane Boyle of Welland, and G'f Tiw Ouelllette. Thanks to Grace Hospital doctors staff. A very special thanks to the Humphery family for taking such good care of me. CHARLEBOIS-Tom, Paula and big sister Amanda proudly announce the safe arrival of Matthew Francis at on Dec.

31,1 987 weighing in at 8lbs. 5oz. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pszczc-nak and Barb and Aurele Charlebois.

Our thanks to the OB staff at Met. Hospital for their T.L.C.; Special thanks to Dr. Greg Hasen, Dr. Bill McLeod and Dr. Arthur Kidd.

D'ANGELO-Rocco and Karen (nee Crone) and big sister Andrea welcome with love the safe arrival of Stacey weighing 7lbs. lOoz. born January 7th, 1988 at Proud grandparents arc Anto- nio and Santa D'Angelo and Brian and Shirley Crone. Thanks to Dr. G.

Hasen and the OB staff at Met. Hospital. (Insured). DESMARAIS-nee Charette)-Guy and Doris and big sister Nicole happily announce the safe arrival of a baby girl Danielle, on Jan. 11, 1988 weighing 9 lbs.

4 oz. at Met. Hospital. Proud grandparents Nil and Madeline Desmarais and lsaie and Yolande Charette. Insured.

DINNES-Dick and Pat Dinnes, proud grandparents for the first time, joyously announce the safe arrival of Courtney Margaret Dinnes weighing 6 lbs. 8 ozs. Born on Dec. 31, 1987 to Chris and Laura Dinnes of Sudbury, Ont. Proud grandparents for the 10th time are Charles and Margaret Marsh.

A first great grandchild for Harvey and Beatrice Dinnes and George and Mary Wright, all of Sud bury, Ont. Prayerful thanks to a BIRTHS ESPOSITO-The Princess Has Arrived! Alaina Grace, weighing in at 8 lbs. 13 ozs was born to ecstatic parents Eugene and Miria on January 9, 1988. Big brother Frankie is anxiously waiting at home. Proud Nonni Attifio Grace Fantin and Gaetano A Anto-nietta Esposito.

Insured. FILANGERHHomick) -Frank, Donna and Big Brother Adam, thank God and welcome with open arms another beautiful baby boy, Joseph Francesco, born at Met. Hospital, Jan. 7, 1988 at weighing 7 lbs. 9 oz.

Proud 3rd time grandparents are Antonio and Rosaria Filangeri and watching over us from Heaven are Papa and Grandma Ho-mick. Thank you Dr. W. McLeod and 3rd floor nurses. HASTINGS-Brian Colleen are pleased to announce the birth of a son, Spencer Patrick, born Jan.

8, 1988, weighing 6 lbs 1 3 oz. A new brother for Paul, Erin, Heather and Ni- cholas. Proud grandparents are Mr. Mrs. James Hast- ings and Mr.

Mrs. Douglas Kenney. HUNTER (Boismier) It's a girl! John and Michele are happy to announce the birth of Laura Catherine, weighing 6 lbs. 15 oz. on January 8,1988.

Little sister ior aiepname anu Jonathan. Proud grandparents are Vincent and Pierrette Bois mier and Tom and Pat Hunter. Great grandmother is Rita Letourneau. KACSO--(Abbati). Bill and Mirka are thrilled to announce the arrival of Sarah Noemi, born Jan.

5, 1988 weighing 6 lbs. 3 ozs. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Kacso of Welland and Mr.

and Mrs. Iones Abbati of Windsor. A very special thank-you to Dr's Wm. McLeod and G. Hasen the OB.

Staff at Met. MELDRUM -Kirk and Laurie are happy to announce their bundle of joy has arrived, son, Shawn Michael, weigh- ing 7 2 ozs. on January 9, 1988 at 3:22 a.m. at Outer Drive Hospital in Lincoln Park. Proud grandparents are Mr.

and Mrs. George Pollier, Leamington and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meldrum, Melvindale, Michigan. MORDEN-HE FINALLY ARRIVED! Mark and Pat (nee Anderson) are pleased to announce the safe arrival of Jeffrey Jerome, Jan.

8, 1988, weighing 9 lbs 6 oz, at 2:56 p.m. Brother to Joe and Julie. Proud grandparents are Mr. Mrs. Warren Morden and Mr.

Mrs. Bill Drouillard. MORNEAUHILLMAN -Robert and Diane thank God for the safe arrival of the newest member of the Morneau racing team, Robert Joseph (R.J.), born Jan. 8, 1988 at Grace Hospital, weighing 8 oz. Proud grandparents are Stan Leona Hil-Iman, Ray and Margaret Morneau.

Special thanks to Dr. R. Bourke and the entire DEATHS January 9, 1988 at Metropolitan General Hospital. Beloved husband of Jean (Dumou-chelle) (nee Robinet) and the late Yvonne (nee Morand) (1974). Dear father of Mrs.

Anthony (Catherine) Butcher, South Africa; Pierre and Sue Cecile, Windsor, Sr. Claudette Cecile, O.S.U., Peru; Mrs. 'Sabino (Yvonne) Romeo, Windsor, Mrs. Kevin (Gisele) Robinson, Strathroy. Also survived by 14 grandchildren.

Dear stepfather of Mrs. Sonny (Lillian) Cassidy, Windsor; Joe and Ginny Dumouchelle, Belle River; Mrs. Don (Jo-Anne) Lesperance, Windsor; Mrs. David (Debbie) Middle-ton, Belle River; David, Te-cumseh; Paul, Windsor; Edward, James and Betty-Jean all of Tecumseh. Also survived by 10 step-grandchildren.

Dear brother of Mrs. Laura Liiiuiti, ittuiiiM.ii, mu, "ii- liam (Claire) Archibald, Te- Laforet, Tecumseh; Mrs. Wil cumseh; Lawrence (Bill) Ce cile, Windsor; Remi Cecile, Tecumseh; Mrs. Mae Der-daele, Tecumseh; Paul Cecile, Tecumseh; Mrs. Armand (Elizabeth) Campeau, Windsor and Blaise Cecile, Tecumseh.

Mr. Cecile was the Caretaker of Ste. Anne's Church, Tecumseh for the past 3 years. He was also a Charter Member of the 3rd Degree K. ofC, Fr.

Nicholas poin, Counci, 4375 anH ith vr Tecumseh and a 4th Degree K. of C. Dean Langlois Assembly 1789andamemberofR.C.L. Branch 261 Tecumseh. Prayer Service for The Legion, Monday, 7 p.m.

followed by a Presentation of Chalice, Dean Langlois Assembly at 7:30 p.m.; then Parish Prayers at 8 p.m. Prayer Service for the 3rd Degree K. of Fr. Nicholas Point, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. followed by Parish Prayers at 8 p.m.

Visiting at Janisse Brothers Funeral Home, 1 139 Ouellette Ave. Monday, January 1 1 at 2 p.m. till Wednesday, January 13th at then to Ste. Anne's Church, Tecumseh for Funeral Mass at 1 1 a.m. Interment in Ste.

Anne's Cemetery. Donation cards for the Canadian Cancer Society and Hospice of Windsor are available at the funeral home. COULTHARD- L.L. Doris, 89 years, died Jan. 10, 1988 at Huron Lodge.

Beloved wife of the late Stanley John Coul-thard (1978). Dear Mother of Mrs. Harold Dresser (Nina), Windsor; Mrs. William Wa-keling (Joan), Port Stanley Mrs. Henry Krech (Jacqueline), Oakville and Stanley Coulthard, Windsor; 1 5 grandchildren and 1 8 great grandchildren.

Predeceased by 4 brothers and 2 sisters. Mrs. Coulthard was a member of St. Mary's Anglican Church. Visiting in The Walter D.Kelly Funeral Home 1969 Wyandotte St.

b. alter p.m. Mondav and until 9p.m. lues-' i T-i 1- -II day. The Funeral Service will be held in St.

Mary's Anglican ChurchonWed.Jan.13,1988 at 1 1a.m. Canon Paul F. Chid-wick officiating. Interment St. Mary's Anglican Churchyard.

Donations to the charity of your choice would be appreci- nt ated as your expression ot cvmnQthl, DA VIES- William, 86 years, died Jan. 9, 1988 at Hotel Dieu Hospital. Beloved husband of the late Jane Davics 1 976). Dear father of Mildred, Win- dsor; Dear brother ol Lily hair- hurst and Winnifred Thorn- pson, Windsor. Also survived oy many mcto aim neuuews.

There will not be any visitation at the Funeral Home. A Memorial Service will be held at Central United Church on Wed. Jan. 13, 1988 at 1 la.m. Rev.

Donald Hull officiating. Interment was in Windsor Grove Cemetery. In kindness donations to the charity ot ROBINET-Rose (nee McCall), 77 years, late of 920 Ouellette Ave. on January 1 1, 1988 at Grace Hospital. Predeceased by her beloved husband Edward.

Loving mother of Mr. Gerald Robinet and wife Helen; Roger Robinet and wife Claire; Donald Robinet, Anthony Robinet, Mrs. Theresa Matthews and Mrs. Ray Hennin (Delores). Loving grandmother of 1 8 grandchildren, great-grandmother of 10.

Dear sister of Mary Murphy, Nellie Hosie and Peggy Bemmer. Mrs. Robinet was a member of The Senior Citizens Club and a Member of The Senior Citizens Bowling League. Resting at the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Ouellette Ave. after 10 a.m.

Wednesday. Funeral Services, Thursday, January 14th at 9 a.m. thence to Holy Name of Mary Church for Service at 9:30 a.m. Interment Heavenly Rest Cemetery. Prayers will be held Wednesday evening at 8 p.m.

SEGYO-Theresa, 80 years, Jan. 10th, 1988, at Grace Hospital. Predeceased by husband Alexander (1986). Dear Aunt of Nell Thomas, Livonia, Elizabeth Yack of Moncton. N.B.

and John Pavlinyi of Windsor. Predeceased by sisters Irma Pavlinyi and Mary Moses and brother Alexander. A private service was held at the Don Morris Funeral Home, today at 1 1 a.m. Rev. Karl Krueger officiated.

Interment was at Victoria' Memorial Cemetery. VANDOORNE-Leo G. On Jan. 10, 1988 at Metropolitan Hospital. Age 85 years.

Beloved husband of Blanche (nee Wybo). Dear father of George and daughter in law, Ruth of Farmington Hills, Roger and daughter in law Lucy of Lincoln Park, Mich, and Louise (Mrs. Joe Taiariol) of San Jose, Calif. Also surviving are ten grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Resting at The Windsor Chapel Funeral Home 1 700 Tecumseh Road East.

Funeral Service on Wed. Jan. 13, 1988 at 11:00 a.m. in The Chapel. Interment Heavenly Rest Cemetery.

Mr. Vandoorne was a member of The C.A.W. Local 200 and a retiree of Ford Motor Company. Donations to The Metropolitan Hospital Foundation Fund would be appreciated as your expression of sympathy. VISITING AFTER 2:30 P.M.

ON TUESDAY. WORTLEY-Albert (Ab). 66 Years. Sat. Jan.

9, 1988 at Grace Hospital after a long valiant battle with cancer. Late of Essex. Beloved husband of Doris (Jackson). Dear father of Stanley (Spiff) Wor-tley, Windsor, Ted and Ruby Kniffen, Essex, Roger and Mona Kniffen, Cottam, Rob- bie Wortley and Suzie Olivei- ra, Mrs. George Spens (Che- ryl) Richmond, Mrs.

Ron Henncks (Nancy), Kin-cardin, Mrs. David Bowles (Marsha), Woodstock. Dear brother of Mrs. Paul Lefaive (Margaret), Windsor and Mrs. Jim Argent (Helene), Essex.

Eleven grandchildren also survive. Mr. Wortley served in Canada and Europe with The Canadian Army during WWII and was retired from Weston's Bakery, Essex. Resting at The Bisnett Funeral Home Talbot and Manning Road, (Cozy Corners) Sandwich South. Visitation Mon.

and 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Funeral p.m. Captain Larry Williams and Pastor Paul Foust officiating. Interment Cottam Cemetery.

If you so desire donations may be made to The Canadian Cancer Society or The Victorian Order of Nurses. IN AAEMORIAM BAIN-In loving memory of a dear wife Jean, who passed away January 1 2th, 1978. -Always remembered, always missed by Jim. BAIN-In loving memory of a dear wife mother and grandmother, Jean, who passed away January 1 2th, 1 978. -Sadly missed by daughters Sandra, Betty and Bev and grandsons Mike, Chris and Tim.

BEATON, Lydis (Leda)-In loving memory of our dearest daughter, who passed away one year ago, Jan. 13,1987. We do not need a special day, To bring you to our minds; The days we do not think of you Are very hard to find. They say time heals all sorrow, And that time helps us to forget; But time so far has only shown How much we miss you yet. When tiesof love are broken.

And loved ones have to part; It leaves a wound that never heals Inaneverachingheart. -Very sadly missed, always remembered and forever loved Mom and Papa. CAMPEAU -In loving memory of a dear niece, Gayle, who passed away January 12th 1985. Your memory is a keepsake, Which will never part, God has you in His keeping, We have you in our hearts. -Lovingly remembered by Aunt Jean, Uncle Fran and Family.

THANK YOU CARDS DEATHS MURPHY-Joseph Davidson. 70 Years. Jan. 10, 1988 at Windsor Western Hospital. Beloved husband of Geraldine (nee Deslippe) and the late Ruth.

Dear father of Violet Burns, Wilfred and wife, Gloria Urquhart, John and wife, Bonnie Urquhart and David and wife, Gloria Campbell and the late Bill (1971) and wife, Nancy Urquhart. Stepfather of Charles and wife, Audrey Durocher, all of Windsor. Twenty-six grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren also survive. Brother of Arthur and wife, Rosina Murphy, Windsor, George and wife, Grace Murphy, LaSalle and the late Benjamin, John, Thomas, Lottie, William and Jim. Several nieces and nephews also survive.

Visiting at Janisse Brothers Funeral Home 1139 Ouellette Ave. from 7-9 p.m. Mon. and 2- 5 tin anu l-y p.m. lues, runciai 110 a.m.

at the funeral home. Rev. Hitch officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Park. Mr.

Murphy was a veteran of WWII, A member of The Essex Scottish and The R.C.L. Branch 143. The Legion Members will meet for Service on Tues. evening at 7:00 p.m. O'NEIL- Francis (Jack) 62 years, Jan.

10, 1988 at Hotel Dieu Hospital late of Pillette Rd. Beloved husband of Dolores (Lampman). Dear father of Mrs. Susan Cooke, Windsor; Richard, Windsor; Mrs. Nancy Brown, Wallaceburg; James, Windsor; Dear stepfather of Mrs.

Leslie Roden-bucher, Windsor: Christopher Lampman, Hamilton; Andrea Schluter, Kitchener and Michelle Lampman, Hagersville 5 grandchildren and 4 step-grandchildren also survive. Dear brother of Mrs. Ruth Connor, California; Mrs. Bonnie Demetro, Toronto; and Mrs. Barbara Meunier, McGregor; Predeceased by several brothers and sisters.

Visiting after 7p.m. at The Marcotte Funeral Home 870 Wyandotte St. E. Funeral Wed. at 9a.m.

to St. Alphonsus Church at Prayers Tues. at Mr. O'Neil was a retired employee of Chrysler of Canada. ONICA -Dan (Dimitru) 67 years, died Jan.

II, 1988 at Metropolitan General Hospital. Beloved husband of Blanche (nee Royal) Onica. Dear brother of Helen and her husband Dimitru Sancoff, Constantine (Cass) Onica and wife Connie, Minnie and husband Harry Moluchi, Mike Onica and wife Margaret, all of Windsor. Also survived by nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. Visiting in the Walter D.Kelly Funeral Home, 1969 Wyandotte St.

E. after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral service in the Chapel on Jan. 15 at 1:30 p.m.

Rev. Archimandrite Paulin Popescu and Fr. Johnny Tokar officiating. Interment Windsor Grove Cemetery. Prayers Wednesday evening 7:30 p.m.

PANACCIONE-Giuseppe, 80 years, on January 11, 1988 in Cassino, Italy. Beloved husband of Anna (nee Chiarel-la). Dear father of Gabriele Panaccione and daughter-in-law Agnese; Mrs. Querino Pcrsechini (Filomena); Mrs. Violo Raffaele (Santina), all of Italy; Italo Panaccione and daughter-in-law Elvira, Windsor.

Also survived by one brother Antonio, Wilmington, Dela. Also survived by nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren. A Memorial Mass will be held on Saturday, January 16th, 1988 at St. Patrick's Church at 6 p.m. RAMEY-Louis.

89 Years. On Jan. 10, 1988. At Grace Hospital. Loving husband of Lena.

Dear father of Mrs. Clifford Parent (Barbara) of Windsor. Dear grandfather of Todd, Tammy and Tracey. Dear great grandfather of Jessica. Brother of Emmerson, Appin, Ont.

Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Mr. Ramey was retired from The Canadian Bridge Company. Resting at The Anderson Funeral Home 895 Ouellette Ave. Funeral Service Wed.

Jan. 13, at 1:30 p.m. Rev. Ben Bouwmeester officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Gardens.

Memorial Tributes to The Arthritis Society appreciated by the family. RUSLING -George Lewis, on Mon. Jan. 11, 1988 at the Toronto Western Hospital. George, beloved husband of Carmel Beaupre.

Loved father of Maryl (Mrs. David Apple-ton) and Janice (Mrs. Carl Burkett). Brother of Edward and Helen ano oear granaia- ther of Wally and Marnie Appleton and-Kelly, Andrew ano Lauren Burkett. Funeral Service on Wed.

at lpm. at the Turner and Porter Chspel 21 80 Huronlario Missis- sauga. Cremation. If desired a Memorial donation may be made to either the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation, the Diabetes Assoc. or the Kidney Foundation.

SOCIETIES LODGES 5544 DEATHS FARMER-James Gordon, suddenly on January 5, 1 988 in Destin, Fla. James Gordon Farmer. Survived by his dear wife Joan (nee Carr), sons, Brian, in Port Elgin and Peter, in Toronto; daughter, Sarah, in Kamloops, B.C. and eight grandchildren. Memorial donations may be sent to: Foundation Western, Re: Jimmy Farmer Bursary, co, University of Western Ontario, Alumni Hall, London, Ont.N6A5B9 BROOKER -Beatrice Florence (Coulter), 79 years, late of Tilbury.

At St. Joseph's Hospital, Chatham, Jan. 11, 1988. Beloved wife of Carman Brooker(I968). Dear mother of Arthur Brooker, RR1, Comber, Ralph, RRfl, Comber, Mrs.

Robert (Ruth) Keiller, St. Thomas, Mrs. Robert (Diana) Gould, Lea- p. i 1 6 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. Dear sister of the late Wilfred Coulter and Allan Coulter.

Resting at the Reaume Funeral Home, 6 Canal St. W. Tilbury. Visitation 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday.

Complete funeral service at the Funeral Home Jan. 1 3 at 1 p.m. Rev. Wm. McAus-lan officiating.

Interment at McDowell Cemetery, Comber. HANCRAR-John Howard, 63 years, died Jan. 10, 1988 at Metropolitan General Hospital. Beloved husband of Eileen (MacRae) Hancrar. Dear father of Mrs.

Michael Kuhn (Heather), Windsor, Nancy, at home. Dear grandfather of Marnie Patricia and Margot Johanna. Dear brother of George, Windsor, Mrs. Jim Laing (Irene), Brantford, Robert and Mrs. John Pewto-ran (Shirley), Windsor.

Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Mr. Hancrar was a member and past chairman of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. He was a member of Ontario Lodge 521 A.F. and A.M.

Visiting in the Walter D. Kelly Funeral Home, 1969 Wyandotte St. E. Funeral service in the chapel on Wednesday Jan. 13, 1988 at 9:30 a.m.

Rev. John Mclllmur-ray officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Cemetery. In kindness, donations to the Ontario Cancer Foundation Windsor Clinic, would be appreciated as your expression of sympathy. LABRECHE-Marcel James.

Died Dec. 31, 1987 in Calgary, Alberta. Age 25 years. Beloved son of Ernest and Mar-cella Lebreche. Dear brother of Jo-Anne, Raymond, Roland, James and John of Calgary.

Cremation requested. Memorial Services and interment were held at Heavenly Duct omnia InAcnr rn 10og (111, 1 It 1 700, 11 UdK Ul U1V turned today." Remembered by family and friends. MAROON-Winnifred. 58 Years. Jan.

9, 1988 at Metropolitan General Hospital. Pre- I I I I oeceasea oy nusoanu rrcuo Linv -h Barry, Robert and wife, Kathy and Douglas, all of Windsor. Dear grandmother of Jodi, Amy, Cindy, Tommy, Douglas Jr. and Nicole. Dear sister of Jerry Connoy, Princeton, Louis Connoy, Windsor, Leo Conn0Vi Fort Eriei Mrs.

Mona Cosgrove, Mrs. Joyce goucie. Mrs. Reginald Holmes m0rotnY Mrs. Larry Lan glois (Jacqueline), all of Windsor.

Mrs. Maroon was an employee of G.M. Trim Plant. Resting at The Anderson Funeral Home 895 Ouellette Ave. Funeral Service, Jan.

13, 1988 at 10:00 a.m. to Most Precious Blood Church at 10:30 a.m. Committal Ser- Prayers, Tues. evening at 8:00 p.m. MOUNTNEY-Cyril D.

86 years. Died Jan. II, 1988 at Metropolitan General Hospital. Late of Riverside Dr. E.

Beloved husband of Louise F. Mountney. Dear father of Doreen (Mrs. A. Donald Patterson), Toronto and the late Marjorie Roberts (1977).

Dear grandfather of Michael Roberts, Stephen Roberts, Ann Heatherington, Windsor. Sheila Patterson, Toronto and Joan Jennings, Toronto. Also survived by 7 great-grandchildren. Visiting in the Walter D. Kelly Funeral Home, 1969 Wyandotte St.

E. after 2 p.m. on Wed. Funeral Service in the Chapel on Thurs. Jan.

14, 1988 at I la.m. Kev. Man- ley R.Smith officiating. Inter- ment Greenlawn Memorial Cemetery. Mr.

Mountney was a retiree of Sterling Drugs, Aurora and was a member of Great Western Lodge A.F. A.M. 47. Masonic Service on Tues. evening at 7 p.m.

under the auspices of Great Western Lodge. If so desired Memorial Tributes to the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated as an expres' sionotsympay. BIRTHS NEWMAN -Dan and Sandy (nee Henderson) would like to thank God for the safe arrival of their first born, a daughter, Carley Anne, weighing 5 3 ozs. on January 6, 1988 at Leamington Memorial Hospital. Proud grandparents are Ken and Ina Newman, Cottam and Doug and Anne Henderson, Kingsville.

Insured. PUCHNATYJ-Mailloux-- Dan Helene thank the Lord for the special gift of their son, Stefan Anthony. Born January 6, 1988, weighing 8 lbs 6fcoz. Anxiously waiting at home is big sister Danielle. Special thanks to the Doctor nurses at Grace Hospital.

ROBINET-Jeffand Cheryl thank God for the safe arrival of their 4th daughter, Alicia Nichole, born Jan. 5, 1988, weighing 7 lbs 1 1 oz. Excited sisters are Melissa, Kristy Tiffany. Seventh grandchild for overjoyed grandparents Leo June Graf and 2 1 st for Madeline Robinet. SCARLETT-Surprise I'm here! My name is Michelle Angel Scarlett, born Mar.

22, 1001 nt in I rtntM. bjrth we 2 a)d waJ jnches mom and da(J are Mjke and grandparents are S(afford. Mv Pat Jackie Stafford. My loving sisters are Stacey Lynn, Margaret and Kelly. My dearest brother is Kyle.

SULATYCKI-Sharon and Rob are proud to announce the birth of their first daughter, Carissa Lyn, 8 lbs. 12 ozs. on January 3, 1988. A little sister for Jason and Jeremy. First granddaughter for Mr.

Mrs. Anthony Sulatycki and 3rd for Mr. Mrs. Nelson Murdock. SUNDERLAND-Well Canada, here's your newest Sports Celebrity! He hasn't made up his mind whether to go for the Gold or be in the Pros, but he has made proud parents of Jeff and Tracey (nee Warren).

Also brother to Corin. Born Jan. 6, 1988 at 3 p.m., Joshua Adam, weighed in at 8 lbs 1 4 oz. First grandson for Neil Barbara Sunderland and 2nd for Al Bev Warren. Prayer-full thanks for his safe arrival.

DEATHS ARIGAN-Joan (Nee Joh-nson). 60 Years. Jan. 9, 1988 at Metropolitan Hospital. Beloved wife of Robert Arigan.

Dear mother of Douglas and wife, Darlene Shields, Judy and husband, Ron Hamelin all of Amherstburg and Michael Arigan, Windsor. Daughter of Grace Johnson and the late Herman Johnson. Loving grandmother of Douglas, Steven and Scott. Sister of Robert and wife, Barb Johnson, Edmonton and Irene and husband, Joe Zuliani, Windsor and the late Ron. Funeral Service was held Mon.

at Janisse Brothers Funeral Home Rev. Allan Barnesofficiating. BROWN-William. Age 70 years. Jan.

8, 1988 at University Hospital, London. Late of Essex. Husband of Faye L. Brown (Calhoun). Son of Ernest Brown.

Father of Glen William Brown, Essex, (Mar-lyn), Mrs. R. Taylor of Sarnia, Darrell John Brown, Burlington. Stepsons, James M. Bar-nett and Mark both of Essex.

Several grandchildren. Brother of Agnes M. May, London, George Brown, deceased and (Bessie) Mrs. Joseph Thiele, Springvalley, Sask. He was a lite member of The Institute of Charter Life Underwriters, life member of Insurance Brokers Assoc.

of Ontario, active member and past president of The Essex Rotary Club, member of Central Lodge 402 A.F. A.M. Masonic, member of Board of Trustees, Essex United Church, past president and active committee member of Kingsville and Essex Associated Band. Resting at The Stewart L. Kennedy Funeral Home 128 Talbot North, Essex.

Visiting Mon. 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service Jan. 1 2, at 1:00 p.m. at The Essex United Church until time of Service at 1:00 p.m.

Tues. Rev. Douglas Mitchell officiating. Interment Green-lawn Memorial. Donations to The Essex United Church Memorial Fund or Rotary Crippled Childrens Club, Essex as your expression of sympathy.

COTE -Louis 91 years, January 11th 1988 in Tim-mins, Ont. Formerly of Windsor. Beloved husband of the late Alberta (1935). Dear father of Jeanine Dragomir, Windsor; Annette Robichaud, Timmins; Theresa Cote, Windsor; Armand Cote, Seattle, Wash. Survived by 9 grandchildren, 17 greatgrandchildren.

Resting it Miroa Johnson Funeral Home, in Timmins. Funeral at 10:00 a m. Thursday, Jan. 14th 1988. In lieu of flowers, trib- utes to the Diabetes Associa tion would be appreciated as your expression of sympathy, WOOD-In loving and cherished memorie of a dear son and brother, Nathan Jr.

(Les), who passed away Jan. 12, 1986. Not now but in the coming years, It may be in the Heavenly Land, We'll read the meaning of our tears. Someday in Heaven we'll understand. We'll know why clouds instead of sun, We're over many a cherished plan.

While smiles have ceased when just begun, Someday in Heaven we'll understand. Then trust in God through all thy days, Fear not for he does hold thy hand, But whilst you live, still sing his praise, Someday in Heaven you'll understand. Deeply missed and loved so dearly, Mom and brothers. SOCIETIES LODGES 3 MURPHY -Joseph. The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143 will meet for service at Janisse Brothers Funer- al Home, 1139 Ouellette: Avenue Tuesday evening at! 7:00 p.m.

MOUNTNEY-Great Western Lodge 47 A.F. A.M. Brother Cyril D. Mountney. Officers and Members are requested to assemble at the alter D.

Kelly Funeral Home onTues.Jan.l2,1988at7p.m. for a Memorial Service. THANK YOU CARDS ELEK We, Dr. D. Elek's relatives from Europe, extend our thanks and appreciation, for all those people who were present at the Funeral Dec.

31, 1987. -The Elek Family. EVANS-The family of the late Jim Evans, wishes to express our sincere thanks to relatives, neighbours and friends for their loving support. The flowers, cards and contribtions to the Cancer Society, are greatly appreciated. Thanks to Martha and Carol from Hospice.

The nurses on third and fourth floors and Intensive Care at I.O.D.E. Hospital, Dr. Siian and Dr. Stojanovic for their caring. The Session and members of St.

Andrews Presbyterian Church, Windsor and Detroit Freedom Festival, Windsor Utilities Commission, Pall Bearers, Windsor Police Department and all who helped us through this sorrowful time. Thanks also to Rev. Bob Four-ney for his guidance and prayers. The Laura K. Pelton, W.M.S.and the Don Hotson Family.

RENAUD-The family of the late Augustine Renaud wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation and many acts of kindness during the loss of a dear mother, grandmother and great grandmother. To relatives, friends and neighbours for floral tributes, sympathy, masses, cards and Heart and Stroke Foundation. Thanks to Rev. Al Dufrai-mont, all the staff at Tecumseh Nursing Home and Marcotte Funeral Home. -The LaBute Family and the Belanger Family.

RHODDA -The wife and family of the late Emerson Rhodda wishes to express their sincere appreciation and gratitude to mends and relations for the kind messages, prayers, lovely floral tributes, masses, cards and donations to The Huntington Society of Canada during the recent loss of a lovely husband, father and grandfather. Special thanks to Father Burnet, Father Veres and Father Mills and the Womens Auxilliary of The Most Precious Blood Parish for the lovely lunch. Sincere thanks to: Branch 594 for the memorial: service, the pallbearers and; Janisse Brothers Funeral-Home, and also to Local 444. A special thanks to Mary' a generous and loving God for maternity staff at Grace Hos-theperfectionofHiscreation. pital.

Insured. MANSFIELD -In loving memory of a dear husband, Kenneth, who passed away January 1 1, 1983. -Sadly missed by wife, family and grandchildren. MARENTETTE In loving memory of a dear mother Albina, who passed away 2 years ago today, Jan. 12, 1986.

In life we loved you dearly, In death we love you still, In our hearts you hold a place, No one can ever fill. Lovingly remembered by daughter Cecile, children and grandchildren. McCONNELL-In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Ron, who passed away January 12, 1986. No longer in our lives to share, But in our hearts he's always there. -Sadly missed and forever loved by his wife Ruby and Family.

PFAHLER-In loving memory of a dear wife, Margaret, who away January 1 2, 1 986. wo years has passed since that sad day, The one I loved was called away. God took her home, it was his will, But in my heart, she liveth still. -Lovingly missed by husband John. PFAHLER-In loving memory of a dear mother, Margaret, who passed away January 12, 1986.

You can only have one mother, Patient, kind and true; No other friend in all the world, Will be so true to you. For all her loving kindness. She asks nothing in return, If all the world deserted me, To my mother I could turn. To those who have a mother, Treasure her with care, For you never know her value, Till you see her vacant chair. -Always missed by Marvin.

TAIARIOL-In loving memory of a dear wife Giovanna, who passed away January 12th, 1982. Oh, what could I give to clasp your hand; Your kind, dear face to see; Your loving smile, your welcome voice, That meant so much to me. No one know the silent heartache, Only those who have lost can tell Of the grief that is borne in silence, For the one I loved so well. Sadly missed and always remembered by husband MarinoTariol. The Windsor Star WINDSOR, ONTARIO In Windsor General Offices 167 Ferry St.

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Metropolitan Windsor, Essex, Kant and Lambfon counties, horn delivered 12.00 per week, 35c per copy at all newsstands, except Saturday 70c. BV MOTOR ROUTE DELIVERY One year $95 50, six months S52 00; three months S26 00. BV MAIL In Canada, one year S104.00; six months J54 00, three months SM.OO. In 5 A. and all other countries, one year 1235 00, six months tllSSO, three months S4 00 your choice would be appreci- vices at Heavenly Rest Ceme-ated as your expression of tery.

St. Francis Chapel. Inter-sympathy. (Walter D. Kelly ment St.

Alphonsus Cemetery. Funeral Home) DEAN -Evelyn May (Thomas) in her 85th year, died at Grace Hospital on January 1 1 1988. Late of Beacon Hill Lodge. Beloved wife of the late George F. Dean.

Dear mother of Charles F. Dean and daughter-in-law Joan. Grandmother of Thomas Charles, his wife Wendy and Paula Elizabeth of Windsor. Greatgrandmotbcr of Tanya Elaine Dean. Sister of Mrs.

Blanch Crawford and Earl Thomas of Strathroy; Mrs. Edna Blodgett of California and Mrs. Gladys Gibbons, Florida. Sister-in-law of Mrs. Christina Dunn, London and Mrs.

Rose Thomas, Poplar Hill. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by brothers Mast and Ralph of Poplar Hill and sister Mrs.Velma Gerry ol Windsor, Visiting in the Walter D. Kelly Funeral Home, 1969 Wyan- dotte St. E.

after 2:00 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral service in the chapel on Thursday, Jan. 14 1988 at 9:30 a m. Rev.

Wil- liam Norman officiating. In- terment Poplar Hill Cemetery, Poplar Hill, Ont. Donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated as your expressionolsympathy. CORRECTirtM RE: Sears Warehouse Sale drc. Jan 1288 On pg.

8, prices are quoted Incorrectly for the Furnace Mount Humidifier. This humidifier is regularly 89.99, now on sale at 79 99 On pg. 9, please note that the Cordless Screwdriver has an actual regular price of 32.99. On pg. 13, the Men's Robes are not available for this sale.

These were I clearance Item and we have been sold out. We regret any inconvenience this may cause our customers. SEARS CANADA INC. Howe, Jewell Vines and Gale Beck. All was grately appreciated.

-Florence Rhodda and family..

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