The Windsor Star from Windsor, Ontario, Canada on March 2, 1983 · 46
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' "V S., .. ', ... , v '' f s y -v '- y v 'f ' , ,,, , r s v s v- w - v v - f ' 4 '-' , " r 't y D6 THE WINDSOR STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1983 mm In Msmosri Photo) Associated Press ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ADOPTIONS KNQAQEMENT8 MARRIAGES SERVICES OP TRIBUTE SOCIETIES . LODGES THANK YOU CARDS For Announcement Notices Cell 255-5544 CARS PARKED in an alley are half- area of Los Angeles Tuesday. The buried by debris after a tornado tore twister caused about $2.5 million through a commercial and residential worth of damage. Ottawa shrugs at idea of auto content barrier OTTAWA (CP) Trade Minister Gerald Regan rejected a suggestion Tuesday that the government introduce legislation to force imported cars to contain a set level of Canadian content. We of all people should not be putting up trade barriers," Regan told the Commons, noting that Canada is heavily dependent on trade. ' Lome Nystrom, New Democratic Party MP urged Regan to at least introduce the legislation for first reading in the Commons to show the Japanese that the government is serious about the issue of Canadian content. TALKS ON THE issue between Ottawa and Tokyo have been continuing off and on since the middle of last summer. The Yorkton-Melville MP pointed to a recent agreement between General Motors Corp. and Toyota Motor Corp. to team up to build a car in the U.S., a move which he noted will create up to 1 2,000 direct and indirect jobs there. What is the bottom line in negotiations with the Japanese? Nystom asked Regan. "Is he going to make sure that there Pope begins tour of Latin America ROME (AP) - Pope John Paul left today on a nine-day tour of Central America, a journey viewed in Vatican circles as among the most politically sensitive of the pontiffs 17 overseas trips. A special Alitalia DC-10 jetliner carrying the Pope and an entourage of NFB films a big hit in Washington WASHINGTON (CP) - Despite their label as political propaganda or more likely because of it three suddenly controversial Canadian-made films were the hit of Washington T uesday. Lines formed on rainy streets outside the Biograph theatre in the citys trendy Georgetown area for the first public showing of the films, requests flowed to the Canadian Embassy and complaints to the While House about U.S. Justice officials' action against the documentaries. Meanwhile on Capitol Hill, about 125 people jammed into a committee room for a showing of Acid Rain: Requiem or Recovery, one of the three films that is fast achieving cult status among its defenders in Congress, civil rights and environmental protection organizations and the public. A White House press spokesman said it wasnt counting the number of calls received about the Canadian films. Records are kept only for significant issues," he said. But the ruling that the films must be clearly labelled the work of foreign agents in this case, the National Film Board of Canada was stirring widespread opposition among public interest groups. The American Civil Liberties Union called it a blatant infringement" of constitutionally guaranteed free speech in the United States at a news conference held before the Biograph screening of the three films. The theatre scheduled three showings of the films Tuesday, at 5 p.m 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. and reported all three sold out. Dont waste your time," a Justice spokesman told a Canadian reporter when asked whether the department plans any further statement about the three films. ' senior Holy See officials, bodyguards and reporters took off from Romes Leonardo da Vinci Airport at 8:22 a.m. (2:22 a.m.EST). After a refuelling stop in Lisbon, Portugal, the Pope is scheduled to arrive in San Jose, Costa Rica, after an 11-hour will be the development of Japanese cars in this country with at least 85 per cent Canadian content? THE 85-PER-CENT content figure has been suggested by parts of the auto industry and auto workers. Regan said his first responsibility as minister of trade is to create jobs by the export of Canadian goods." "During all our discussions about autos, the honorable member should keep in mind that we are selling record levels of Canadian goods abroad today, and that Japan is an extremely important and large customer. Our trade with Japan is very much in our favor, he said. Let us keep in mind first of all that our negotiations should be carried on in such a way as to protect the Canadian jobs that exist. WHILE REGAN RULED out what he called protectionist legislation on Canadian content as not in the Canadian interest," in an interview outside the House he refused to rule out the use of customs delays to produce an import limitation agreement later this year should talks fail to produce such a deal. flight. The trip will also take him to Nicaragua, Panama, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Belize and Haiti. ON THE eve of his trip, John Paul named as archbishop of San Salvador a priest who has repeatedly denounced the violence on both sides of the Central American countrys civil war. The appointment of Msgr. Arturo Rivera y Damas was seen as an endorsement of Central American prelates urging peaceful negotiations to end civil conflicts. Rivera y Damas succeeds Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero, who was gunned down while saying mass in 1980. The new archbishop has been in charge ' of the Salvadoran church since the assassination. Speaking recently of foreign interference in Central America, the 59-year-old Rivera y Damas said: "They provide the arms, we provide the dead. He told 120 clergymen cheering him Tuesday in San Salvador that he received the news of his appointment with fear and trembling." HE PLEDGED that he would continue to direct the Salvadoran church "in the spirit of truth and justice," and said he' hoped, the Popes visit would help achieve real pacification. The 62-ycar-old Pope kept up his regular activities on his last day in Rome before leaving on his Central American trip. In his previous 16 trips to more than two dozen countries, the Pope has logged 193,116 km. THE WINDSOR STAR HAS A SIFT FOR YOUR NEW BABY a deluxe PENATEN GIFT PACK A SPECIAL GIFT OFFER When your baby ia born, let all your trienda read the good newt In The Windsor Star. When you place your childs birth announcement In The Star for tour days you will receive a deluxe pack ot Penaten baby preparations worth over $12 00. Remember, when your baby arrives, call Star Classified 255-5544 Births Place Your BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Here for 4 Days and Pick Up at -The Star a Penaten -Baby Pack FREE BAKER - Richard 4 Caroline (Nee Keller) 4 Joel, thank Cod for the gilt of a healthy baby boy. Daniel Richard, arrived Feb 23. 1 983 at Metropolitan Hospital, weighing 8 lbs 3 ozs. Proud grandparents are Mr. 4 Mrs. Edward Baker, Windsor and Mr. 4 Mrs. Elgin Keller, London. Great-grandma is Mrs. Frieda Keller, Dashwood. BRICUCLIO-Faroand Stefa-nie art happy to announce the birth otheir first born, a boy. VincenzoonFeb. 27th, 1 983 at Grace Hosp. weighing 7lbs. I3oz. BIRNSMCKEEN - Ron and Mary Beth welcome with love Jeremy Matthew, born Feb. 26, 1983 weighing 7 lbs. 1 2 ozs. Proud grandparents are Mr. and MrsJohn Burns and first-time grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McKeen and great-grandchild for Mrs. Florence McKeen. CARTER - Tom and Georgia of Edmonton, Alberta are happy to announce the birth of their second daughter, Thea Victoria, Feb. 21, 1983. A sister for Stephanie. Proud grandparentsareMr.andMrs. T. Fundus, Calgary, Alberta and Dr. and Mrs. A.K. Carter of Windsor. COLUCCI--HARRINGTON- Finally. Stefanie-Ann is happy to announce the safe arrival of her baby sister, Karalyn Mary. Born at Metropolitan Hospital 8lbs. 3oz. Proud parents Maureen and Gabriel. Grandparents Mrs. Beverly Harrington and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Colucci. Great-grandmother Mrs. HelenOBright. DITTUS Ryan is happy to announce the birth of his new brother Tyler Stuart at Met hospital on Feb. 25, 1983. Proud parents are Mike and Lynn. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. Rcgnier, Jim Dittus. Proud great-grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. Ivan Dundas, Mrs. E. Emery, Mrs. O. Dittusand Mrs. A. Regnier. GARRITANO--Egidio and , Donna are proud to announce the birth of their first child, a boy, Joseph Andrew, 8 lbs. 1 2 ozs., Feb. 25, 1983 at Grace Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. 4Mrs.G.Garritano and Mr. & Mrs. F. Piccinin. GOLAB - Wendy is happy to announce the birth of Jocelyn Renee, born Feb. 25, 1983 weighing 5 lbs. 5 ozs. Jocelyn makes a fifth generation for the Mailloux family and a first great-grandchild for the Golab family. Polish crew seeks asylum VIENNA (AP) - A Polish airliner with 67 people aboard made an emergency landing in Vienna today after its navigation equipment failed, and six people including the pilot asked for political asylum, the Austria Press Agency reported. The Soviet-made Ilyushin aircraft wasen route from Warsaw to Sofia, Bulgaria. Births LAFORET-Rick and Kim (nee Wuschenny) thank God and cheerfully announce the safe arrival of the stork carrying 8 lbs 7V4 oz Erik Richard William on Feb. 24, 1983 at Grace Hospital. Proud grandparents are John & Bernice Wuschenny & Mrs. June Lafo-ret. Proud great grandparents Eva Grimmett, Mrs. Leona Capell and Nancy Bebencee PARE Brian and Paula (nee Kopacz) are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughter, Renee Denise, on February 27, 1 983, weighing 8 lbs. 6 ozs. Tina and Jacqueline are anxiously awaiting her home coming. Proud grandparents are Mr. 4 Mrs. Walter Pare & Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moyerof Manitoba. PEPPER-Im a Pepper girl, my name is Jolene April, born Feb. 26, 1983 weighing 6lbs. 13'oz. Proud first time parents Chris and Carole (nee Crazier). I Oth grandchild for Frances Hicks, Maidcstone; First grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. James Crazier of Essex. RATUSHNY-PASCOE - Its a boy! Joseph and Karen wish to welcome with love, their new Little Football Player", Joseph Walter, born, Feb. 23, 1983 at Grace Hospital, weighing 9 lbs 7 ozs. Proud grandparents are Walter 4 Jean Pascoe and Mike 4 Anne Ratushny. Great-grandmother Mary Pashechka. STACH-Bob and Pam are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Sarah Elaine, born Feb. 26th, 1 983 weighing 7lbs. 3oz. Sister for Aaron and Timothy. Grandparents Irene Hyland, Helen Ridley and NickStach. WALSH--Russ and Tracie their first baby boy, born on Feb. 23, at Holy Cross Hospital. Calgary, Dustin Taylor. Grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Walsh Great grandparents are Mr and Mrs Ellis Pillon 4 Mrs. Beatrice Barton. Deaths BODRI - Mary, 75 years at Hotel Dieu, February 28, 1983. Late of 1 709 Gladstone Ave. Wife of the late Joseph Bodri (1980). Dear mother of Joseph, Windsor. Beloved mother-in-law of Eva. Dear grandmother of Stephen and David. Sister of Edward and Joseph, both of Hungary. Will rest at the Anderson Funeral 'Home, 895 Ouellette from Wednesday at I pm. Funeral service Thursday March 3rd, 1983 at 9.30 a m. to St. Anthony's Hungarian Catholic Church at 10 a.m. Interment Heavenly Rest Cemetery. Prayers Wednesday evening at 8 pm. Bl'RTON - Muriel, 76 years, Mar 1, 1983, of 271 Lauzon Road. Formerly ofTecumseh. Wife of the late Martin ( 1 974). Dear mother of Gerald, Belle River; Mrs. Jean Nuszenski (Marge), Southgate, Mich.; Mrs. Dick Kinsey (Lois), Ypsi-lanti; Mrs. Orval Tousignant (Arla).Tecumseh; Mrs. James Bryce (Helen), Amherstburg; Paul, Windsor; Melvin, Alberta; Mrs. James Click (Bernadette), Florida; Mrs. Rick Wagner (Carol Jane), Waterloo; Larry, St. Thomas. Dear sister of Dorian Beckett, Dearborn; Clarence Beckett, Te-cumseh; Gerald, Windsor; Leonard, Chatham and the late Raymond and Harold. 26 grandchildren and 18 greatgrandchildren also survive. Resting at the Marcotte Funeral Home, 12105 Tecumseh Rd. Tecumseh. Funeral Fri, at 10:30 a.m. to St. Annes Church at II a.m. Interment St. Anne's Cemetery. Prayers evenings 8 p.m. Memorials to the Heart Fund Appreciated. CHORTOS-James E, 63 years at Metropolitan Hospital. Tuesday, March 1. 1983. Late residence R.R.f 2, Essex. Beloved husband of Julia. Dear son of Mrs. Angela Chor-tos, R.R.f 2 Essex and the late Sylvester. Dear father of James Jr. and Robert, both of R.R. 2 Essex. Dear brother of Mrs. John (Kathy) Simonovich, Kingsville and John Chortos, Wallaceburg, Also survived by 4 grandchildren. Resting at the Donald S. Habkirk Funeral Home 122 Talbot St. S. Essex, until Friday, March 4 at 9:30 a.m. thence to Holy Name of Jesus Church Essex for mass at 10 a.m. with Father Martin Johnson officiating. Interment in Heavenly Rest Cemetery. Parish prayers in the funeral home, Thursday evening at 8 p.m. (Visitation after 2 p.m. on Thursday) GARGARELLA - Purino, 68 years, March 1, 1983 of Windsor. Retired employee of General Motors, Dear father of Curtis, Gregory, Michigan; Mrs. Frank ONeil (Valerie), San Diego, Cal. Dear grandfather of Michael 4 Christopher. Dear brother of Mrs. Joseph Smith (Mary), Pio4 Ida, all of Hamilton. Resting at Janisse Brothers Funeral Home, 1 1 39 Ouellette Ave till Thursday at 9 p.m. Funeral service at the Funeral Home Fridays! lOa.m.4' Deaths DICHARME - Dorothy Dot", 62 years, March 2, 1983. Late of 403-1 170 Lauzon Rd. Beloved wife of Raymond. Dear step-mother of Ronald Ducharme, Tecumseh; Mrs. Bill Belanger (Judith), Mrs. Nancy Cooper, Windsor. S grandchildren survive. Dear sister of Clarence and Clifford Leslie, Mrs. Olga Johnston, Ottawa; Mrs. Richard Leigh, Calgary and the late Mrs. Ernest Robinson. Resting after 2 p.m. Thursday at the Marcotte Funeral Home, 12105 Tecumseh Rd., Tecumseh. Arrangements incomplete. For further infor-mation please call 735-2830. FORTIER-ftruce A., 37 years, March 1, 1983, Metropolitan Hospital. Beloved son of Ernest and Bessie Fortier. Beloved husband of Beverly (Indig). Beloved brother Dan and Gord, all of Windsor. Beloved twin brother of Eleanor (Chappell), Bramalea. Also survived by four nieces and four nephews. Memorial Service Saturday, March 5, 1983, I p.m. at Most Precious Blood Cnurch. Memorial Tributes to the Hospice of Windsor would be appreciated by the family. HEINS-Daniel, 78 years at The Civic Hospital, Ottawa, Ontario, on Monday, February 24, 1983. Formerly of 2334 Highland Ave, Windsor Beloved husband of Mavmie (Mary Ellen Becker), bear father of Mrs. Patrick Walker (Mary Dana), Windsor. Loving grandfather of Sherry Lynn and Jamie Leigh, Windsor. Dear brother of Evelyn Smith, North Bay; Tessie Bromley, Barry's Bay; Anna Kuehl, Corbeil; Isabel Getz, Killaloe; Jack, Spanish; Herb, North Bay; George, Toronto and Gerald, Kitchener. Daniel was predeceased by one brother Fred. Funeral services were held at the Calvary Baptist Church, Killaloe, Ontario, on Thursday, February 24, 1983. Spring Interment. HRYHORCHl'K-Fedor, 80 years, March 1, 1983. Beloved husband of Anna (Koldrysz). Dear father of Mrs. David Varga (Doris), Windsor; John, Ottawa; Mrs. Robert Thompson (Mary), Madison Heights. Dear grandfather of Reginald Varga. Calgary and great-grandfather of Lori and Connie. Dear cousin of Anna Lastic, Ohio. Resting at the Windsor Chapel Funeral Home, 1 700 Tecumseh Rd. E. Funeral Friday, March 4, 1 983 at 9:30 a.m. thence to St. Vladimir 4 Olga Ukrainian Catholic Church for funeral mass at 10 a.m. Interment Heavenly Rest Cemetery. Prayers Thur-sdayat8p.m.Mr Hryhorchuk was a retiree of Chrysler Canada. As an expression of sympathy donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. LAFRAMBOISE-(Nee Banting). Mrs. Florence Lafram-boise age 59 yrs. passed away Feb. 28th, 1983, Calgary Alberta. Beloved Mother of 3 daughters and Sons-in-law Jean and Bob Pontich of Windsor, Sharron and Leo Paquette of Windsor, Valerie and Laurie Pilson of Calgary Alberta. Dear grandmother of Christa and David Pontich, also surviving are 2 brothers Clifford and James Banting of Edmonton Alberta and 2 sisters Margaret Gnffin, Toronto; and Louise Griffin of Lindsay. Funeral Services conducted by the Rev. E. Chiarelli on Thursday March 3rd, at 1 p.m. at The Chapel on the Hill" 1708, 16th Ave. N.W., Calgary Alberta.Jacques Foster Funeral Service Interment to follow at Rockyview Garden of Peace Cemetery in lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society 200, 1609 1 4th St. S. W. Calgary Alberta T3CIE4. MacLEAN - Archibald, at Leamington Hospital on Tuesday March I, 1983, age 80 years. Beloved father of Jean (Mrs. Guy Townsend), Livio-na, Michigan. Dear sister of Charlotte Turner, Hamilton, Ont. and Ruby Burke, Phoenix, Arizona. Also survived by 2 grandchildren Leslie and Scott Townsend. Resting at the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, 91 Division St. S., Kingsville after 2 p.m. Thursday. Funeral service Friday 1:30 p.m. Interment in Green-hill Cemetery, Kingsville. MCDONALD -Harriett, 97 years, March 1st, 1983. Late of Riverside Nursing Home. Wife of the late Michael (1957). Dear mother of Eddie, Windsor; Mrs. Jack Bennett (Mona), Toronto; Mrs. James Dcmasek (Beth), Lathrup Village. 17 grandchildren, 10 great-granachilren survive. Resting after 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Marcotte Funeral Home, 870 Wyandotte St, E. Funeral Thursday 9:45 a.m. to immaculate Conception Church at 10. Interment Heavenly Rest Cemetery. Prayers Wednesday 8 p.m, Deaths MARTIN - Samuel Walter, 73 years. Died March 1, 1983 at Metropolitan General Hospital. Late of Wyandotte St. E. Beloved husband of the late J. Mae (Jackson) Martin (Oct. 1982). Beloved father of Gaii Carley, Windsor; Mrs! Leonard Lassaline (Janet), Stoney Point. Loving grandfather of John, Michelle, Lisa, Cathy, and James. Dear brother of James Martin, Windsor and Mrs. Leonard Mitton (Jean), Orillia and predeceased by Charles, George, and Marie Martin. Also survived by several loving nieces and nephews. Visiting in the Walter D. Kelly Funeral Home, 1969 Wyandotte St. E. Funeral service in the Chapel on Friday March 4, 1983 at II a.m. Rev. George Cox officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Cemetery. In kind-. ness donations to the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated as your expression of sympathy. Mr. Martin was a retiree of Windsor Utilities Commission (Hydro Division). Royal Canadian Legion Service on Thursday at 7:30 , pm. under the Auspices of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 12. MERCER - Harold Edward, . 76 years, March !, 1983, Metropolitan Hospital. Lateof Windsor. Beloved husband of Elizabeth. Dearest fatherof Harold, Troy, Mich.; Mrs. Arthur Usher (Marie), Red-ford, Mich.; Mrs. Jack Page (Ethel), North Bay, Ont.; also survived by 12 grandchildren. 5 great-grandchildren. Sisters Doris McMillan, Windsor; Mrs. Arthur Foulger (Mamie), Brantford; Mrs. Rene Cham-poux, Allen Park, Mich.; Mrs. John Kennedy (Marion), Windsor; predeceased by one brother Richard (1982). Member of Ambassador Baptist Church. Resting at the Don Morris Funeral Home, 68 Giles Blvd. E. Funeral services in the Memorial Chapel, Fri. March 4, 1983 at Ham Rev Fred Steed officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Cemetery. If friends desire donations to the Chronic Care Unit, Metropolitan Hospital, would be appreciated by the family NEWMAN -Elizabeth. 90 years, formerly of McKay Ave. in Watsonville, California. Beloved wife of the late Fred G. (1964). Dear mother of Mrs. Frank Ona (Olivcr)of Pleasant Hill, Calif. 5 grandchildren also survive. Private grave side services were held today March 2, 1983 at 3:30at Victoria Memorial cemetery. Rev. Robert J. Fourney officiated (James H. Sutton Funeral Home.) POWERS -Nina (Nee Cox), March 1, 1983, 70 years. Beloved wife of Alexander (Alex). Dear mother of Jack, Pat (Mrs. Ray Girard), both of Windsor. Dear sister of Mrs. Ruth Alton and Mrs. Shirley Stamp, both of Minden, Ont.; Mr. Stan Cox of Texas. Also surviving are 10 grandchildren. Family has requested No visiting or service. Cremation. As your expression of sympathy family has requested that donations be made to the Ontario Lupus Foundation-Windsor Branch. Windsor Chapel Funeral Home, in charge ofarrangements. QUINN -Mary (Molly), 87 years, March 1, 1983 of Villa Maria, formerly ofTecumseh. Wifcof the late Patrick Quinn. Dear mother of Michael, Tecumseh; Patrick, Windsor. 8 grandchildren, 5 greatgrandchildren also survive. Resting at the Marcotte Fu-ncraLHome, 12105 Tecumseh Rd., Tecumseh. Funeral Thursday 9:30 a.m. to St. Anne Church, at 10. Interment St. Anne Cemetery. Prayers evenings 8 pm.- RANKINE-Blanche Jane, 84 years, died March 1, 1 983 at Grace Hospital. Late of 920 Ouellette Ave. Beloved wife of the late Angus G. Rankine (1967), Dear mother and mother-in-law of William G. and Shirley Rankine. Loving grandmother of Brian, Gary and Cathy, Ken, Gayle. Dear great-grandmother of Melissa. Dear sister of Kenneth Grant, Scotland. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Visiting in the Waller D. Kelly Funeral Home, 1969 Wyandotte Si. E. Funeral service in the Chapel, on Fri. March 4, 1 983 at 1:30 p.m. Rev. John Hartley officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Cemetery. In kindness donations to the Essex County Lung Association would be appreciated as your expresion of sympathy. READING-William James. 79 years Feb. 28, 1 983 at Westminster Hospital London, Ont. Mr. Reading was a Ser-gant in the 30th Reconnaissance. Dear brother of Victor Roberts of Plymouth, Mich. Dear Uncle of Nieces Helen Baldassare, Barbara Thibert, Louise Brklacic, Brother-in-law of William Mitchell. Funeral Friday March 4th, at 3p.m. at Westminster Hospi-titICha pel, London, Ont. Deaths TODOROVICH-Vukosava, late of Janette Ave., 81 years, Februay 28, 1983 at I.O.D.E. Hospital. Predeceased by her husband George (1966). Beloved mother of Mrs. John Miloyevich (Nada), Windsor. Dearest grandmother of Yvonne (Seka), Don (Braco) and Buddy (Ranko). Dear sister-in-law of Steve Todoro-vich, London. Alsosurvived by several nieces and nephews in Canada and Yugoslavia. Resting at the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Ouellette Ave. Funeral services Thursday, March 3, at 1 1:30 a.m. to Grachanica Serbian Orthodox Church for 12 Noon, Rev. Father Zavorad Gavrilovic officiating. Interment Windsor Grove Cemetery. Prayers Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. 4 Wednes-day.7:30p.m. W'lEBE - Mary, 71 years. Tuesday March I, 1983 at Leamington District Memorial Hospital. Late residence 36 Nancy St., Leamington. Dear sister of Mrs. Jacob Gossen , (Annie), Staples: George, St. Catherines; Ewald, Leamington. Many nieces and nephews also survive. Resting at the Reid Funeral Home, 1 4 R ussell St., Leamington. Funeral Friday March 4 at 2 p.m. from the Oak St. United Mennonite Church, Rev. Cornelius Dreidger and Rev. Henry Winter officiating. Interment Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Leamington. (VISITATION AFTER 2 P.M.THUR-SDAY). YAKO- Kiri, 83 years, Tuesday March I, 1983 at Leamington District Memorial Hospital. Late residence 28 Townline Rd. S., Mersea Township. Beloved wife of the late Tokuzo Yako (1974). Dear mother of James, Tom, Mrs. Kay Kamai and Mrs. Helen Sobry, all of Chatham; Fred, Mersea Township; Mrs. Frank Higo (Susy), Richmond, B C.; and Mrs Mils Yamamoto (Joyce), Ruthven. 1 sister in Japan, 22 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren also survive. Predeceased by I brother and 1 sister. Resting at the Reid Funeral Home, 14 Russell St., Leamington. Funeral Friday, March 4th at 1 1 a m. Bishop Tusnado officiating. Interment Evergreen Memorial Cemeterv, Leamington. (VIS-TATION AFTER 2 P.M. THURSDAY). YARED-Miss Mary, passed away March 2, 1983 at Grace Hospital. Dear sister of Bertha and Alice Yarcd, at home; David, of Essex; Maury (de ceased 1978); Juliette Mills (deceased 1980). Dear aunt of Mrs. Lesley Askin, Mrs. Janis Barlow and Mrs. Allyson McKrow. Resting at the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Ouellette Ave. Funeral Friday, March 4 at 1 1 a.m. Rev. Canon Ronald Matthewman officiating Interment Victoria Memorial Cemetery. In Memoriam BUMP - In loving memory of our dad Garnet who left us March I st, 1977. We always remember and miss you so !-Skip, Pauline, Jerry and Laurie. COCKBAIN-Ncll (nee Allin-son). In loving memory of a lovely lady who left this life on earth to enter into a better life March 2nd, 1 976. A wife, companion and friend, missed so very much by one who never forgets. -Dave. COCKBAIN-Nell. In loving memory of a a dear Mother and Nana who left this earth March 2nd, 1976. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept Of someone we love, a will never forget ' -Always remembered by Jill, Son-in-law Rick, granddaughters Susan and Pcggy-Lyn. LANDRY-In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Margaret, who passed away March 2, 1982. Each morning when we wake, And realize you are gone, Noone knows the loneliness, Or the pain that lingers on. Words cannot heal the heartache, Nor stop the silent tear, Tor when you lose a Mother, You can cry for many years. We find it hard to write these words, Tosay how much we love you, The more we try, the more we cry, On, Mum, we really miss you. Others were taken yes we know, But, you were ours and we loved you so. For those w ho have a Mother, l.ovc her whileyou may, For how we wish with all our hearts That we had her today. -Sadly missed by Maria, Leo, I eo,Jr Yvonne, Danielle 4 Shawn. In Memoriam FRIMER-Mary. In loving memory of my dear Mom, who passed away March 2nd, 1974. God has you in his keeping lhaveyouinmyheart -Always remembered and loved by son Dan. FRIMER-Mary and Andrew. In memory of our dear mother Mary who passed away, March 2, 1974 and our dear father Andrew, who passed away September 17, 1981. We often think of days gone by When we were all together A shadow oer our lives has cast. Our loved mom and dad are gone forever. But deep in our hearts. They will always stay, Loved and remembered every-day. Sadly missed by daughter Mary, son-in-law George and grandchildren, Linda, Ken, George 4 Brian LANDRY-In loving memory of a dear friend. Marg, who passed away March, 2, 1 982. Her memory is as dear today, As in the hour she passed away. --Sadly missed by Kay, Jack and family. LANDRY - In loving memory of a dear niece, Margaret, who passed away March 2, 1982. The pain ended and you have gone But the memories stay. Sadly missed and always remembered by Aunt Gloria and Uncle Bill. LANDRY - In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother Margaret Ann, who God took to rest March 2nd, 1982. The years God let us spend together Mom, Are full of memories, Many a silent tear is shed Everyday you are in my thoughts Never to be forgotten - Sadly missed and always loved by daughter Rita (Bour-bonnais) and grandaughter Jennifer. LANDRY-In loving memory of a dear wife, Margaret, who passed away March 2, 1982. , I watched you suffer, I heard you sigh, But all I could was just stand by. Then the time came and I suffered too, For you never deserved what you went through, God took your hand and we had to part, He eased your pain and broke my heart, But when I saw you sleeping, So peacefully free of pain, I could not wish back with us, Tosuffer once again. -Lovingly remembered by husband Jack. MAY - In loving memory of a dear husband, Fred, who passed away Mar 2, 1981. Sometimes its hard to understand, Why some things have to be, But God in His Wisdom Has planned beyond our power to see. They say time heals all sorrow And helps us to forget, But time so far has only proved How much I miss you yet. When I am sad and lonely And everything goes wrong, lseem to hearyou whisper Cheer up and carry on. Each time I see your picture You seem tosmile and say Dont cry, Im only sleeping Well meet again some day. I know if love could have saved you You never would have died. --Loved and sadly missed by his wife Margaret. PRECOP - In memory of my mother and grandmother, Mary Edith Precop, who passed away eight years ago today, A bouquet of roses just for you Sprinkled with tears instead of dew And in the middle forget-me-nots To show your mother we have not forgot. -Love always, daughter Fva and two granddaughters, Shay-LynnandCatryce. SOVRAN - Giacomo. In loving memory of a dear husband, father, father-in-law and grandfather, who passed away March 2. 1 972. -Always remembered by wife Angelina, son Armando, daughters Leola, and Norma, and families. VOAKF.S - In loving memory of a dear father, James Francis, ho passed away March I , 1946. Nothing canever takeaway. The love a heart holds dear. Fond memories linger everyday, Remembrance keeps him near. ' -Always remembered by daughter Mary Lewsky. Thank You Cards LORF.E - Mrs. Catherine Loree wish to express her sincere thanks and appreciation to relatives, friends and neighbors for acts of kindness, sympathy, floral tributes and donations, in the recent loss of a dear husband Joseph. Special thanks to the priests of St. Angela de Mcrici Church, Janisse Bros. Funeral Homq and staff, and the pallbearers. - - - - i M.. - f .I it

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