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B8- THE WINDSOR STAR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1939' DEATHS DEATHS Births, Deaths, In Msmoriam ACKNOWIIOOI MINTS MMWMI lIMUeMeNTS MMaiUel IteVICII Of THItUTI SOCUTWI IOOOII mm YOU CMOS ftr Announcement Netlces Call 188-8844 BIRTHS BIRTHS DEATHS IN MEMORIAM DUNN-Inloving memory of a dear husband, father, grandfa-' ther and greatgrandfather, Albert, who passed away January 26th, 1986. Treasured memories keep you near, As time unfolds another year. No need for words except to say, Still loved, still missed in every way. -Sadly missed by Betty and Newfoundland's political scene gets second jolt TEMPESTA- Pietrina (nee Agrusa), 69 years, Jan. 13, 1989 at Alcamo, Italy.

Beloved wife of Vincenzo. Dear mother of Francesca Gerry Adamo, Windsor; Rosa of Toronto; Antonino, Vita and Gina of Italy. Dear sister of Rosa Manfre of Detroit. Dear sister-in-law of Giuseppe Maria Tempesta of Windsor. Memorial mass Friday, 27, 1989 at 7 p.m.

at St. Angela Merici Church. DENOMME-At Sunnybrook Hospital, Toronto on Wednesday January 25th, 1989. Christopher Douglas Denomme of 50 Bruce Farm Drive, Willow-dale, formerly of the Zurich Area, in his 24th year. Dear son of James A.

and Diane S. (Milot). Dear brother of Natalie at home. Dear grandson of John A. ana Bernadette Denomme of R.R.

2, Zurich and Gaston Milot of Naples, Florida and Peggy E. Payne of Windsor. Also surviving are several aunts and uncles. Funeral arrangements pending. For further information please call Michael O'Connor Funeral Home, Zurich 5 1 9-236-4365.

DIMENNA -Tony, 90 years, Wed. Jan. 25, 1989 at Lea-mington District Memorial Hospital, Late of 1633 Hwy. OSHAR-BREATON -Hey everybody, I'm here, all 9Ibs. 3oz.

of me, I arrived at on Januay 21st, 1989 and my name is Amanda Elizabeth. My parents Paul and Patti are thankful for my safe arrival and are excited to show me off to friends and family. Some of the other special people waiting to love me are first time grandparents Jack and Liz Breaton, 9th time grandma Martha Oshar, grandpa George Oshar watching over me from Heaven and great-grandparents Bill and Margaret Brewer. (Insured). PIERRE (ParentHBrian and Valerie are very proud to announce the birth of their first child, a beautiful daughter Nadia Renee, born when the moon was full and shining on its new star, Saturday Jan.

21, 1989, at 5:50 a.m., weight 7 lbs 6 oz. Extremely happy grand ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) It's political revolution by resignation. NDP Leader Peter Fenwick, the first New Democrat to sit in the provincial legislature, announced Wednesday that he will resign as soon as his party can hold a leadership convention.

The smooth-talking former teacher leader for over seven years is riding into the political sunset -with Premier Brian Peckford. The Tory premier announced four days ago that he will step down by the end of March. "You can only do these resignations LANGILL-Roy late of Windsor, 74 yrs. suddenly on Jan. 24, 1989 at Grace Hospital.

Beloved husband of Jean (nee Bailey) R.N, Loving father of Brian, Toronto; Keith, Karen, Toronto; Gary, Windsor. Dear brother of Hilda Walp, Dearborn, Mich. Predeceased by brother Earl and William. Resting at the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Ouellette Ave. from Jan.

26 at 7 p.m. till 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held on Fri. Jan. 27, at 2 p.m.

Rev. Christopher Pratt officiating. Interment St. John's Churchyard. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the St.

John's Anglican Church Memorial Fund. Cards available at the Funeral Home. LEDUC -Donat, 77 years, on Jan. 21, 1989, in California. Beloved husband of Gladys Leduc (nee Collar).

Loving father of Evon Leduc, Montreal. Dear brother of Lucille Audet, Windsor and the late Edith Robbilard. Mr. Leduc was a member of the Oddfellows, Lodge 348. Resting at the Anderson Funeral Home 895 Ouellette Ave.

after 6pm. Thurs. Funeral Service Fri, Jan. 27, at 11 am. Interment Heavenly Rest Cemetery.

Prayers will be held Thurs. evening at 8 pm. An Oddfellow Service will be held under the Auspices Lodge 348 on Thurs. evening at MONK-Lena 91 years, died Jan. 24, 1989 at Metropolitan General Hospital.

Dear mother of Mrs. Harry Pearse (Emma Coburn), Southfield, Mich; George T. Monk, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Sydney Monk, Taylor, Mich. Gordon Monk of Bethany, Judy Walker Providenti, Oshawa, Ont. 15 grandchild-' ren and 38 great grandchildren.

Dear sister of Ida Yorke, Victoria, B.C. and Valetta VERSNICK-Alice, 88 Wednesday Jan. 25, 1989, at the Leamington Nursing Home. Formerly of Cone. 6, Mersea Twp.

Beloved wife of the late Gustave Versnick (1954), Dear mother of Ada-liemar of Port Elgin. Loving grandmother of 6 grandchil-den and 6 great-grandchildren. Dear mother-in-law of Velzora Versnick of Mersea Twp. Also survived by several nieces and nephews and dear friend of Leon and Jeannette Meerseman and family of Mersea Twp. Predeceased by 1 son Achille (Archie) (1983).

Resting at the Reid Funeral Home, 14 Russell St. Leamington, Funeral Saturday Jan. 28 at 11:30 a.m., then to St. Michael's Church for mass at 1 2 noon. Interment Lake-view Cemetery, Leamington.

Parish prayers Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to the Leamington Nursing Home. (VISITATION ON FRIDAY FROM 2-5 AND 7-9 P.M.) ADAMACHE-Bridgwittr- In Otterburn Park, Quebec, Bryan and Bradley are thrilled to announce the arrival of thejr brother Brandon George, on Jan. 20, 1989 weighing 9 lbs. 2 Proud parents Bernie and Bonnie.

Also grandparents John and Marjorie Bridgwater and John and Verna Ada-mache and great grandmother MargneriteMcKibbon, BE VAN-Marti and Lisa (nee Arquette) excitedly announce the safe arrival of their first child, Chase Martin Emrys, born at 5:20 p.m. Fri. Jan. 20, 1989 weighing 8 lbs. 3 ozs.

Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tomsich, Mr. and Mrs. Emrys Bevan and Mr.

and Donald Arquette. Proud great grandpar-, ents are Mr. Joe Bevan, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Bondy and Mr.

and Mrs. Joe Tomsich. Chase says hello to all of his aunts, uncles and cousins. A special thanks to Dr. William McLeod, Dr.

Hasen and the staff of Met. Hospital for (heir exceptional care and exper-tise, BOUILLON -Guy Jr. is happy to announce the arrival ofv his new baby sister, January 20th, 1989, Solange Dolores, weighing in at lbs. 1 1 oz. Proud parents Guy and France.

COLLEY-Sarah Elizabeth born Jan. 24, 1989 at 12:39 p.m., weighing 7 lbs. 12 ozs. Little sister for Shawn, Proud parents Tom and Carolyn. Proud grandparents are Le-Roy and Diane Eid, Robert Colley and watching from above grandma Barbara Colley.

Thanks to nurses and staff at Grace and our Doctor. CROSBY (nee DuncanHared, Everett, Jesse, Jordan and Jeremy are proud, (especially Everett) to announce the arrival of their first sister Barbara Jean Dianne, born Jan. 21, 18E, Kingsville. Beloved husband of Antoinetta. Dear father of Gino and his wife Josephine, Domenic and his wife Helen, Ron, Mrs.

Reno Melat-ti (Lena), all of Kingsville. Dear grandfather of Mary Patterson, Tony 'Dimenna Lisa and Deanna Dimenna, Trina, Santino and Santina Melatti. Dear great grandfather of Angie and Patrick Patterson and Gino Dimenna. Also survived by one brother, Genuino Dimenna of Kingsville. Resting at the Reid Funeral Home 14 Russell Leamington.

Funeral Jan. 28 at to St. Joseph's Church for Mass at 10am. Fr. Ugo Rossi officiating.

Interment Erie Memorial Gardens, Leamington. Parish Prayers Fri. at 8pm. (Visita-. tion Thurs.

7-9pm. Fri. 2-5 and FEHER-Roza, January 23, 1989, Metropolitan General Hospital, late of Windsor. Beloved wife of Stephen (1960). Dear mother of Steve, Amherstburg, Mrs.

Helen three weeks in a row," Fenwick dryly told a news conference, "We just don't have enough political parties in the province to continue on with it." The resignations have radically altered the province's political landscape and triggered a scramble for two leaderships. A Tory convention is set for March 10-11, while an NDP convention date will be announced within days. Only Liberal chief Clyde Wells will be staying on to fight the next provincial election, expected later this year. Fenwick is one of two New Democrats in the 52-seat house. Like Peck-ford, Fenwick, 44, said he is getting out of politics for personal reasons the job has taken its toll on his family.

"My children have grown up with little contact with their father it has been extremely painful for all of us for me to have been away for so said the member for Menihek. Fenwick travels thousands of, kilometres a year between his west coast home, his Labrador riding and the legislature in St. John's, PROMISING to remain neutral in a leadership race, Fenwick said he wanted to resign last return to But he had to wait for Peck-ford to call it quits so the Conservatives couldn't call a snap election and catch the NDP le'aderless. Dorothy Inglis, part vice-president, said the executive will meet today to talk about a leadership convention. "There'll be a lot of phone calling the province to discuss who we think would be the most appropriate choice for this job," she said.

One person likely to receive a call is New Democrat Jack Harris who won the federal riding of St. John's East in a 1987 byelection. He lost the seat to Conservative Ross Reid in last fall's federal election. "Obviously I would have an obligation to give some thought to it and I haven't made any decision on it," said Harris in an interview. New Democrat Gene Long, who has held the provincial riding of St.

John's East since 1986, said he'll decide whether to run in a week or so. "I will have to pay close attention to what happens over the next couple of days," he said. Richard Cashin, an active New Democrat and president of the powerful Fishermen, Food and Allied Workers union, is rumored to be a possible parents, Helen Ouellette, Marcel Pierre; ecstatic first-time grandparents, Marcel Renee Parent. Proud great-grandparents, Jules Pierre (Paris France), Rose Lambert and Valeda Langlois. Insured.

Courtney is proud to announce the safe arrival of new brother Sean Alfred, weighing in at 8lbs. 3qz. on January 20, 1989. Proud parents Alfred and Gi-sele Even prouder grandparents-Mr. and Mrs.

Alfred Pare Pauline Pare, Alfred Prince Great-grandmother Francis Camilori. to Doctor and 6f Met. Hospital. ROY -Charles and Mary (nee Mac) thank God for the safe arrival of Christopher Charles, born Jan. 13, 1989, weighing 7 lbs.

9 oz. Proud grandparents Mrs. Lee Ann Mac, Livonia, Mich, and, Mr. Stoney Point, SILVAGGI -PEZ -Perry and Liana thank God for the healthy andspeedy arrival of their firstborn, Andrea Marie, weighing in at 6 WA ozson Jan. 19, 1989 at 3:58 pm.

Excited 1st time grandparents are Lino Angela Silvaggi, 3rd time grandmother is Maria Pez. Nonno Bepi (Joseph) is surely smijing down from Heaven. Great.grandmother is Iola Pez. Andttcan't wait to play with cousifc Michael and Joey. Manyfjianks to our Doctor and thcsreat 3rd floor Grant boost to help fund hearing aids TORONTO (CP) All hearing-impaired people in Ontario needing hearing aids will receive government help to buy them, Health Minister Elinor Caplan said Wednesday.

Caplan told a news conference she's pumping an extra $15 million into her ministry's assistive devices program to help an estimated 35,000 clients of all ages. Previously, the program was limited to people under the age of 25, with the government spending about $1 million annually on 1,800 clients. The additional funding for the 1989-90 program is retroactive to Dec. 12, 1988. Caplan said the extension is consistent with her concern with the "quality, effectiveness and accessibility" of health care in the province.

She said grants covering about 75 per cent of the cost of a hearing aid will go to the dispenser and the saving will be passed on to the buyer. THE GRANTS will be based on the median cost in each of four categories of aids: behind the ear, in the ear, canal and special hearing aids. Associations representing the hearing impaired said they welcomed "the first very small step" Caplan had taken, but added the funding doesn't help the deaf, who can't use hearing aids. Dianne Bernath of the Association of Hearing Instruments Practitioners criticized the apparent cutback in the program, which will provide less mon VOAKES-Grace, 61 yrs. Tuesday Jan.

24, 1989, at Grace Hospital. Late of Essex. Beloved wife of the late Norman Voakes (1981). Dear mother of Glenn, London; Gary, Ron and Randy of Essex and Jen-a-lee (Mrs. Steven Hayes), Windsor.

Eight grandchildren. Dear daughter of Mrs. Laura Church and dear daughter-in-law of Mrs. Agnes Voakes, both of Essex. Dear sister of Frank Church, Essex and Mrs.

Alice Cedar, Leamington. Resting at the Reid Funeral Home, 87 Maidstone Ave. Essex. Funeral service Saturday Jan. 28 at 10:30 a.m.

Rev. John Postons officiating. Interment Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Visitation Thursday 7-9 p.m.

and Friday 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Ralph, Niagara Falls. Friends may call at the Morris-Sutton Funeral Giles Blvd. E. at Goyeau.

on Wed. 7-9 and 1989, weighing 6 lbs 13 oz. Proud parents, Donna and James Crosby. Grandparents, Gordon Joseph Duncan and Anna John Crosby. Smiling down from Heaven, Barbara Jean Duncan, grandmother.

DUNNSMITH -FINALLY ARRIVED! Lauren Victoria, 8 2 1 :08 on Jan. 22, 1989. Proud parents of firstborn are Julia and Gary and proud grandparents are Barb and Larry Fowler, Frances and Hugo Duivenvoorden, Varga, Windsor, Mrs. Robert (Margaret) Ivan, Farmington Hills, Andrew and Mrs. Irene Rix both Windsor.

Dear sister of Alex Koroknay and sister-in-law Lola, Trenton, Mich. Also survived by brothers and sisters in Hungary, 6 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren also survive. Private funeral services where held Thursday, 1989 at the James H. Sutton Funeral Home, Amherstburg. Interment Rose Hill Cemetery.

Rev. John Bourkhart officiated. FERRANTE-Concetta, 89 years, died January 25, 1 989 in Italy. Beloved wife of the late Filippo Ferrante (1975). Dear mother of Mrs.

Guido Di Gia- Douglas and Barb Dunn. XT. nFf nt lrnia In FORSYTH -Bill and Janette 3 are proud to announce the ar- 1 ey per client than in previous years. Young men lead rise in Canada's suicides Family. DUNN -In loving memory of a dear father, father-in-law and grandfather, Al, who God called home, Jan.

26, 1986. The rolling stream of life rolls on, But still the vacant chair; Recalls the love, the voice, the smile, Of the one whoonce sat there. -Sadly missed and never forgotten by daughter Diana, son-in-law Ron and grandchildren Becky, Rene, Bernie Damien. HOWELL-Rita, passed away January 26, 1982. -Sadly missed by husband Lome and Family.

Mclnnis-In loving memory of John (Corky) who passed away Jan. 26, 1988. God called him home it was his will, But in our hearts he liveth still. -Always remembered, brother-in-law Bob and wife Joanne, and niece Bobbi-Jo. SEREDUK-In memory of my dear husband, Leon, who passed away Jan.

26,1970. As long as I live I will cherish his name. I memory 1 see him still in my heart, For I love him too dearly to ever forget. -Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his wife Anna. SEREDUK -In loving memory of our dear friend Leon, who passed away 19 years ago today, Jan.

26. His charming and smiling face. Are a pleasure, to recall, He had a kindly word for each, And died beloved by all. -Remembered and missed by friend George SYLKA-Doris. In loving memory of a dear mother, who passed away Jan.

25, 1976. R)ose of Sharon's shining star (0)f ten smiled upon a moor (B)athed warmly in God's in His presence (R)eminded from above, always (T)houghtfully, of God's true love. (B)efore she died she saw a vision (U)nreal, so beautiful it was-(R)ich grace was given for those she loved (N)ot despair, but hope indeed, (S)o those who loved herwould be moved. (St. John Chapter 11:25 -Always fondly remembered and never forgotten by daughter Helen, the Penney, Hoso-wich, Stanisic and Pereshluha families.

WIDMEYER -Crawford, dear dad and papa. It seems so very hard to believe, That it has been a full year Since you were taken so suddenly from us But not a minute goes by That we do not feel Your constant presence in our lives. You watched over us for so many years, And now we hope the good Lord takes care of you. We love you very much, Dad, And you'll always be deeply missed never forgotten. -All our love, Debbie and Rick, Gary and Leanne, Barry and Pafty, Lori, Kevin and Kerri, Jeremy and Billy, Brian and Jennifer.

WIDMEYERIn loving memory of a dear husband, Gus, who passed away 1 year ago, January 26th, 1988. Please God forgive a silent tear, A constant wish that he was here. Others were taken this I know, But he was mine and I loved him so. If all the world was mine still, I would give it all and more, To see the face of the one I loved, Please God take a message, To him in Heaven above. Tell him how much I miss and love him, And give him all my love.

-Sadly missed and lovingly remembered by wife Mary. THANK YOU CARDS CARRELL-The family of the late William Carrell, wish to express their sincere thanks to friends and relatives, for their kindness, words of sympathy and floral offerings in their late bereavement. LeBLANC-The family of the late Edward (Ted) LeBlanc wish to thanks their relatives and friends for kindness, donations, masses and floral tributes. Thanks to the Nurses and staff of 4 East. Hotel, Dr.

Irwin and Dr. Pearce, Father Leo Larivierre and the CWL for preparing the luncheon at St. Paul's Church; the pa 1 1 bears Janisse Brothers Funeral Home. -Marie LeBlanc and Family. rival of William Alexander bornJan.

21, 1989 at Brother for Jacqueline. Proud grandparents are Mrs. W.A. Forsyth and Helga Oss and Chester Oss. HANSON -Howard and Sandra (nee Jackson), are proud to announce the arrival of their first daughter, Katie Anne, born on Jan.

20, 1989, weighing 6 10 ozs. Proud grandparents are Florence Les Jackson and Don Marilyn Hanson. IN MEMORIAM BRANTBRIDGEN-Doug, Lenora and Charles, dear parents and brother, who passed from this world on Jan. 25, 1977. Memories of you will last forever.

-Loved and remembered by Ken, Cindy, Katie Melissa. memory of a son and brother, who passed away Jan. 26, 1978. We who loved you sadly miss you, As it dawns another year; I our lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of you are always near. -Sadly missed and in our thoughts, by Mary, Bill, Lynda andBobLeschyna.

DUBOIS-Colombe. In loving memory of a dear grandmotherwho passed away Jan. 26, 1988. Lonely for the sound of your voice And sad with the longing tosee The face of our own precious lovedone Framed so deep in our memory. -Sadly missed and lovingly remembered by Diane, Vic and Jeffrey.

DUBOIS, Colombe -In loving memory of a dear mother, who passed away January 26, 1988. As we look upon your picture, Sweet memories we recall, Of a face so full of sunshine, A smile for one and all. Though your smile has gone forever, And your hand we cannot touch, We shall never lose sweet memories, Of the one we loved so much. -Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by daughter Carmelle son-in-law Gaston. Thurs.

2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service in the Chapel on Fri. Jan. 27, 1989 at 10 a.m. Pastor Raymond A.

McCready officiating. Interment Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. In kindness Memorial Tributes may be made to the Capital Stewardship Programme of UGT. NAGLE-Sister Moira, formerly Mary Bernadette Nagle in the Ursuline Mother House Infirmary, Chatlfam on Wednesday January 25, 1989 in the 72nd year of her life as an Ursuline Religious of the Diocese of London. She was a daughter of the late Joseph Nagle and Anne Rawlcy.

She is survived by 1 sister, Sister Liguori Nagle of Chatham and I brother John Nagle of London. A niece Bernadette Simpson of Florida also survives. Sister Moira served her community as a teacher, having taught in Chatham, Dublin, Brescia, Windsor and was the principal of "The Pines" Hig-hschool for many years. A wake service will be held on Thursday, January 26, 1989 at 7:30 pm in the Ursuline Mother House, Chatham. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in the Ursuline Mother House Chapel on Friday, January 27, 1989 at 10 am.

Burial will be in St. Antony's Cemetery. The Hinnegan Funeral Home, Chatham in-charge of arrangements. PELKA -Evan David, stillborn, Jan. 23, 1 989.

First child of Brenda David. Sharing our sadness are grandparents John and Darlene Moore, Ted and Teresa Pelka, aunties Cheryl, Ola, Kasia and hus- band Jim, Pam and husband Gary, great grandparents William and Richetta Hartley, Sam and Marion Purdy and-many dear relatives and friends. Private family service. ROY -Richard 29 years, suddenly, January 21st, 1989 in Windsor. Dear son of Fern and Peggy Roy, Windsor.

Grandson of John McCarthy, Windsor. Predeceased by sister Cynthia Kurzeja. Dear brother of Raymond and wife Cathy; Robert and wife Rose Marie, Windsor; Coleen and husband Evan Causton, Mis-sissauga. Brother-in-law of Patrick and Carol Kurzeja, Union Lake, Mich. Mr.

Roy was a driver for Honey-Bee Sanitation Company. Resting at the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Ouellette Ave. Visiting 2-5 and p.m. Funeral Friday, Jan. 27th, 9:30 a.m.

to St. Clare of Assisi Church for 10 a.m. Interment Victoria Memorial Cemetery. SCHWEITZER- Friedrich at Leamington Hospital Monday Jan. 23, 1989 age 88 years.

Beloved husband of Marie (Fromm). Dear father of Arnold and wife Erika, Windsor; Meta and husband Anton Degrell, Windsor; Helmut and wife Edith, Kingsville. Also survived by 10 grandchildren By Robin Ludlow Southam News OTTAWA Suicide rates this decade are the highest ever in Canada, driven largely by increasing suicides among young men, Statistics Canada said Wednesday. During the past decade, the national suicide rate has doubled over levels in the period between 1921 and 1961, says the latest issue of the federal agency's publication, Canadian Social Trends. In recent years there have been large increases in suicide among young adult men, a change from before the early '70s when older men were more likely to take their own lives.

The suicide rate for women hase also increased but it remains well below those of men. IN 1986, 3,700 deaths were reported as suicides but the, figure is believed to be low because a death is only certified as suicide by medical and legal authorities when the victim's intent is clearly proven. The figure amounts to a rate of 14.6 suicides per 100,000 people, nearly double the rate for the 1921-1961 period and considerably above previous HUGHES-QUINLAN-- Michael and Mary Margaret are pleased to announce the birth of their second son, Timothy Ronald, 91bs. 13oz. on January 18, 1989.

Brother for Eric! Grandson for Mrs. Loretta Quinlan and Francis and Mary Hughes. Great-grandson for Mrs. Gertrude Farrell. Special thanks to our Doctor.

MAILLOUX -Kevin is proud to announce the safe arrival of his new brother, Steven Denis, weighing in at 8 lbs. 7 oz. on January 25, 1989. Proud parents Denis and Jeanine. Even prouder grandparents Mrs.

Wallace Baillargeon and Mr. Larry Mailloux. Greatgrand-mother Bernadette Mailloux. Special thanks to Dr. Kuh-lmann and staff of Metropolis tan Hospital.

McMURREN -(nee Sims), Reid, Lana and big brother Ryan are happy to announce the arrival of a girl, Katelyn Marie, 7 6Vi ozs. on Jan. 11, 1989. Proud grandparents are Don Rena McMurren of Woodslee, Marie Sims of Kingsville and Bill Norma Sims of London. Great grandmother is Wilma Hicks of Essex.

OUELLETTE-Greg and Sandra (nee Joinville) welcome with love the arrival of their first child, a daughter, Renee Marie, weighing 8 lbs 8 23, 1989, at Grace Hospital. Proud grandparents are Bob Theresa Joinville and Ralph Esther Ouellette. Great-grandfather, Bernie Leonard. Special thanks to Dr. Bourke and a terrific 3rd Floor Nursing staff.

como (Maria), Biagio Ferrante and wife Rita of Windsor, Antonio, Italy and Giuseppe and wife Maria of Argentina. Will be sadly missed by 8 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren, Memorial mass held at St. Angela Merici Church at 7 p.m., January 26, 1989. JOHNSTON- On Tuesday Jan. 24, 1989 at Victoria Hospital, South St.

Campus, London; Rev. Stanley Rogers Johnston B.A. (retired 1962) in his 101st year. Predeceased by (wives) Ethel (1947), Ade-lia( 1963), Gladys (1969) and Nell (1986). Beloved father of Lawrence Johnston and his wife Euta of Essex.

Predeceased by daughter Mary (1986). Loving grandfather to grandsons Stanley Wortley, Windsor and Robert Johnston, Toronto. Loving great-grandfather to Barbara Johnston, Toronto. Loving step-father and step-grandfather to Dorothy Trudgeon, Katherine Keyes and their families. Predeceased by 1 sister Vera 1 963).

Loving uncle to 3 nieces and 2 nephews. Retired from Mount Zion United Church, London-member Masonic Lodge, Thamesford-Veteran WWI. Resting at Carrothere Funeral Home 843 Dundas St. London, Wed. Jan.

25th, 2-4 and where the complete funeral service will be held on Thurs. Jan. 26 11a.m. with Rev. George Morris officiating.

Interment to follow in Cottam Cemetery, Cottam Ontario. In lieu of flowers donations to Mount Zion Church, London would be appreciated. KETTLE-Gerald, 73 years, Monday January 23rd, 1 989 at University Hospital, London. Late residence Cone. 10, Gos-field North Township.

Beloved husband of Winnifred (Peggy) Kettle. Dear father of Donald, Waterloo; Ronald and Larry, both of Gosfield North Township; Clifford, Mersea Township; Mrs. Frank Charti-er (Elaine), Windsor and Mrs. Servaas Verhoeven, (Linda), Kingsville; Dear brother of Mrs. Gladys Knight, Rochester Township.

Eleven grandchildren also survive. Predeceased by one brother Glen Kettle, (1971). Resting at The Reid Funeral Home, 1 4 Russell Leamington. Funeral Friday Jan. 27th, 1989 at I p.m.

Rev. William Moore officiating. Internment Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Leamington. Mr. Kettle was a former employee of Allied Chemical Ltd.

Memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice. Woodslee 1.0.6. F. Lodge 1220 Service, Thursday 7:30 p.m. (VISITATION WEDNESDAY 7 9 P.M.

VvEGLARZ-Miieller-Mark Liz are extrejnely proud to announce thejsafe arrival of Brittany Norfp Rachel, born on January 989, weighing 8 VA oz. Eric Kristen anxiously await their sister's home Proud 5th time grandparents Mr. Joseph Weglarz and watching from Heaven with joy, Norberta Weglarz (Babcia) and 3rd time Mr. Andreas Mueller, Mrs. LydiaMueller and great grandparents 3rd time Mrs.

Else Walter and of Germany, Mr. Heinrich Mueller. A very special thanks to the wonderful OB staff at Grace. Insured. DEATHS ARRAND-Stephan Dale 38 years, suddenly January 24, 1989 at Metropolitan General Hospital late of Windsor.

Beloved husband of Susan M. (nee AW (Pollard) Arrand. Dear father of Laurie and Shawn Arrand, Kimberly, Christopher and Jodi Pollard and predeceased by son Timothy Michael Arrand. Dear son of Mrs. Vivian Arrand and the late Earl Arrand.

Dear brother of. Dennis Arrand and wife Lynn, Windsor; Laurie and husband Dirk Van Vrouwerff, London; Vivian husband Garry; Mark, Windsor. Dear son-in-law of Mrs. Ann Air, Amherstburg. Also survived by nieces and nephews.

Mr. Arrand was an employee in the Van Plant, Chrysler Corporation. Visiting in The Walter D. Kelly Funeral Home 1969 Wyandotte St. E.

after 2p.m. Thursday. Funeral service in the chapel on Sat. Jan. 28, 1989 at 1 0a.m.

Archdeacon Ronald Matthewman officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Cemetery. In kindness Memorial Tributes to the Windsor Western Hospital Foundation Chronic Care Building Fund, P.O. box 7216 Windsor Ont. N9C 9Z9, would be appreciated by the family.

BARNETT-Clifford H.f 61 years, January 24th, 1989 at home. Beloved husband of Theresa LaBute. Dear father of Mrs. Thomas (Rosemary) Knight, Mrs. Earl (Lilly) Thibert, Henry, Wilfred, Jo Ann and Linda Barnett all of Windsor.

Eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren survive. Brother of Mrs. Bill (Olive) Taylor, Windsor and the late Reginald Barnett, Frances Sawyer, Rose Tucker, Doris Decaire and Gwen Nantais. Visiting after 7 p.m. Wednesday at The Mircotte Funeral Home.

870 Wyandotte St. E. Funeral Friday January 27th, 1989 at 10 a.m. to Immaculate Conception Church for mass at 10:30. Prayers Thursday 8 p.m.

Interment Heavenly Rest Cemetery. highs in the 1930s Depression era. Suicide is largely a male activity about four out of every five cases giving men a rate of 23 suicides per 100,000. For women the rate is only 6.4 per 100,000. THE RATES for both men and women have nearly doubled since the early 1960s but the growth patterns have varied.

The rate for men has increased and the rate for women has fallen, especially since the late 1 970s. But broken down by age, the sharpest increase has been among 20- to 24-year-old men with a 1986 rate of almost 33 per 100,000, or one in every 3,000 men in that age group. It's the highest rate for any age group except men older than 70 who have a rate of 35 per 100,000. Suicide rates are notably high among native Canadians. In 1986 the rate was 56 per 100,000 for native men, almost 2 2 times higher than for all men.

Again, broken down by age, the suicide rate for young native men aged 15 to 29 was a staggering 100 per 100,000, or one in every 1,000. The rate for native women of 12 per 100,000 was double that for all women. Refugee 'plan' sets out quota for expulsions MONTREAL (CP) Canada's new system for screening refugee claimants, in force since Jan. 1, could lead to the expulsion of 1,800 people a month, if all goes according to plan, Montreal's La Presse says in today's edition. In a story from Ottawa, the newspaper says it obtained Wednesday a confidential document that had been prepared for regional immigration authorities by the department's executive director, M.J.B.

Bissett. The document, dated Dec. 22, contains the final and "most important directives" from Ottawa on the new refugee-determination process created under Bill C-55, the paper quotes the document assaying. "Current entries (refugee claims) average 32,000 annually, that is to say 30 per cent more than the 'plan (calls for), which means that it will be necessary first of all to send back about per month," the document notes." In his analysis, Bisset notes that the "most difficult" refugee claims should be settled in four months. The Windsor Star WINDSOR, ONTARIO In Windsor General Officet 167 Ferry St.

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