The Windsor Star from Windsor, Ontario, Canada on December 14, 1981 · 43
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D7 akharovs stot mistreate ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS - ADOPTIONS - ENGAGEMENTS MARRIAGES SERVICES OF TRIBUTE SOCIETIES LODGES THANK YOU CARDS For Announcement Notices Call 255-5544 THE WINDSOR STAR, MONDAY, DEC. 14, 1981 s5 DaafSos, 01 MS amnis friend By Richard Balmforth MOSCOW (Reuter) Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov and his. wife, Yelena Bonner, were threatened with force-feeding and each was told the other was dying during their 17-day fast, a family friend said Sunday after visiting them in hospital. The friend. Natalya Gesse, andthe couple's daughter-in-law;- Liza Alexeyeva, said afPir the visit that the Sakharovs' were weak and emaciat-ed'-'ufter the hunger strike.tmt had started on the road to recovery. THEY ENDED the fast last Wednesday after authorities decided to allow Alexeyeva, 26..:to emigrate to the United Stares to join her husband Bonner's son by a previous marriage in the United States. They had been married in a proxy ceremony last June which Soviet authorities do 'not recognize. She and Gesse spent three hours with the couple in a hospital in Gorky, a city off limits to foreigners about 400 kmv.(248 miles) east of Moscow. Their report was the first independent confirmation of the couple's health. ALEXEYEVA said Sakha-rov.60, a physicist and human rights activist who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1975, aiKi ; Bonner, 58, were very weak and unsteady on their legs but recovering. "Each one of them was told over and over that the other was dying," Gesse said. "They (the doctors) told them they should end their hunger strike or thev would be force-fed." ' GESSE SAID of Dr Sakha-rovjJ'Hjs teeth have turned blue. He has deep rings around his eyes. His nose is . prptruding.'V . .:. . , Alexeyeva said Bonner was . even more visibly affected by the fast. "She is so thin," she saidi "The skin on her face hasshrunkback." But she added that thecou-ple.'who are being treated in a two:room suite in the Gorky regional Semashko Hospital, were in relatively good shape and recovering on a diet of fruit juice, crushed carrot and apple. THE COUPLE were taken to the hospital Dec. 4 by eight members of the KGB security service. Gesse said the KGB shouted and "behaved coarsely;"; giving the couple three minutes to pack a few person-al belongings. They were driven to separate hospitals and for the next four days doctors threatened to force-feed them by tube, but the threat. was never carried out.,Gessesaid. tonus 3 . British LONDON (AP) Hurricane-force winds and mount-ingjsnowdrifts caused travel chaas and blacked out large parts of the British Isles Sunday as Britain and Ireland wdh blanketed by their third snowstorm in five days. . ' At' least one person died in storm-related accidents. ' - After a night in which tem-pefa"tures dipped to their lowest on record in England, the new storm snapped power lines in Devon and Cornwall in southwest England, south Wales and Northern Ireland, power company officials said. "Our engineers are literally standing by in their offices," said a utility spokesman in the southwest English city of Bristol. "They cannot get out .to " investigate as weather conditions are so atrocious." IN DUBLIN, police said a 70-j'car-old woman was killed when a portable shelter, blown by gales off the back of a truck, crashed into her car. Off the south coast of England. nc man was rescued and.another was feared dead after their fishing boat overturned as it was racing for the safely of Newhaven Harbour, Sussex, the coast guard said. Irf 'r the English Channel, meanwhile, rescue. operations were under way to save 32 people aboard the freighter says " After the Sakharovs decided to end the hunger strike Dec. 9, Bonner was taken to join . her husband in the Semashko Hospital. MEANWHILE, the two women said a medical orderly keeps a round-the-clock guard on the door of the couple's room and they are not allowed contact with other patients. Alexeyeva said Sakharov had lost 24 pounds and Bonner about 1 5 pounds. Alexeyeva said she couldn't remember all the details of their emotional reunion in the hospital suite, which they entered as Sakharov was taking his blood pressure. "He (Sakharov) just called out 'Liza, Natalya', pulled it (the pressure meter) off his arm and embraced us," Alexeyeva said. "I SAID farewell to him forever. It was terrible, it was awful. Don't ask me to remember the words he used." ' Alexeyeva described the Sakharovs as "very glad and satisfied" at the outcome of their fast and said they regarded it as a triumph over Soviet authorities. . . She said Bonner, who is not covered by the exile order against her husband, was hoping to come to Moscow next Wednesday. But there was some question about whether she would be well enough to travel and whether authorities would allow her to go. ; ; ' ' - New Belgian government eyes pay cut BRUSSELS (Reuter) '" . Leaders of four centre-right political parties agreed today to govern Belgium on a pro-, gram demanding a cut of up to three per cent in real wages, said the country's likely new prime minister, Wilfried Martens. Martens told reporters a coalition of Flemish and . French-speaking Liberals and Social Christians will also seek special powers for 12 months so that it can take urgent measures to revive Belgium's sick economy. Martens announced bare details of the agreement after protracted negotiations between the four parties' leaders ended before dawn. ' Martens, a Ghent lawyer who has led four short-lived governments since April, 1979, said the toughest bargaining was on ways to limit the government's 1982 budget deficit to $5 billion. He said this goal will be achieved through spending cuts. slam Isles Bonita,' which took on water and was listing in surging seas, a coast guard spokesman said. In London, the new snow piled on top of 20 cm (eight inches) already on the ground from 'storms Wednesday morning and Friday. In the southwest, hardest hit by the latest storm, deep drifts and winds in excess of 145 kmh (90 mph) were reported. "IT'S AN ABSOLUTE nightmare," said a spokesman at the Royal Automobile Club. "Blizzard conditions have blocked roads, there have been numerous accidents and if the situation gets any worse, some moorland villages could be totally cut off." Before Sunday's storm hit, weathermen were calling the week's weather the worst pre-Christmas storms since a 1950 blizzard, On Sunday, official thermometers at the Royal Air Force base in Shawbury, in Shropshire, England, near the Welsh border, registered -32C (-26F). The Guiness Book of World Records lists the previous lowest official temperature in England at -2 1 C (-6F) at three places in England in 1940, 1941 and 1947. Births BRENNAN--Matthew and Heather are happy to announce the arrival of their baby sister,-Sarah Marie, weighing 6 lbs. 3 ozs., Dec. 10, 1981 at Met. Hospital. Another December joy for parents Phil & Jeanne (nee Schiller). 8th grandchild for Dr. Lionel and Margaret Schiller. , 17th grandchild For Ernest and Aline Brennan. ' BUMANLAG-Monchito and Anita are happy to announce the arrival of their first son, Armand Allen at Grace Hospital, Friday December 11th, 1981 weighing 6Ibs. 4oz. Proud grandparents are Doctor and Mrs. Donald Rutherford of Windsor, Mr. and Mrs. Jose Bumanlag and Great-grandmother Lottie Hood of Windsor. CHEVALIERRon and Carmen (nee Poisson) thank God for the safe arrivalof their first "child a daughter, Melissa Rachael born at Grace Hospital on December 10th, 1981. weighing 6 lbs. 6 ozs. Proud grandparents are Remi . and Theresa Poisson and Gerald and Bernice Chevalier. DUMOUCHELLE-Dan and Penny (nee McLeod) welcome with love the long awaited arriv-'. al of their first child, Matthew Daniel, weighing 7 lbs. 3 ozs. on Dec. 10, 1981 at Metropolitan Hospital. Proud 1st time grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rodger McLeod of Owen Sound and 12th grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Al Dumouchelle of Windsor. ' CERARD-Stan and Betty are pleased to announce the safe arrival of their first child, a girl, Danielle Elizabeth born De- ? cember 10th,, 1981 weighing 6lbs. 14oz. at Grace Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Foster and Mrs. 1 Phyllis Gerard. KWAITKOWSKI" Shawn is pleased to announce the safe arrival at Metropolitan Hospital-,of his sister, Sherri Anne, 6 lbs. 5 ozs. Dec. 10, 191. Proud parents are Brian and Christine. Happy grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kwait and Mrs. Rose Pidhoresky. LAIDLAW - Perry and Donna are pleased to announce the safe arrival of their first child, Jason Joseph, weighing 9 lbs. 11 ozs. December 7th, J 981. Proud grandparents are Clarence Renaud, Mrs. Norma Laidlaw and Mr. James Laidlaw. MILES--Dave and Anne are pleased to announce the safe arrival of their son, Steven Matthew. Kristy's new brother arrived at Met. Hospital on Dec. 11, 1981, weighing 8 lbs. 14 ozs. Proud grandparents are Norman ' and Ruth Miles and John and Marge Fuerth. : Great-grandmothers are Mrs. Ann Quinlan and Mrs. Marie Fuerth. PEARCE-Bob and Giscle are pleased to announce the arrival of their first child, a lovely little girl Alison Lindsay, weighing 6 lbs. 12 ozs. at 8:03 p.m. on Dec 10, 1981 at Grace Hospital. Proud grandparents are Richard and Germaine Chappus and Morley and Sheila Pearce. Great Grandmothers are Mrs. Edna Marentette, and Mrs. Ena Pearce. SEREMACK-Steve and Sharon are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, Joseph Edward, weighing 7 lbs. 6'j ozs. on Nov. 23, 1981. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Upcott and Mr. and Mrs. Stan Seremack. - SOVRAN-Michael "The Linebacker Sov's." Born December 11, 1981, weighing 8 lbs. 15 ozs. at Metropolitan Hospital. Telling his big brother Jeffrey and little Joey Berthiaume, his buddy, to move over and make room. Ecstatic parents are Jerry and De"bbie (nee Nykolak). Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Sovran and Mr. Norman Nykolak. Happy great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jejna of Toronto. ST. JEAN-Garnet and Nadcen are very pleased to announce the birth of their first child, a lovely little girl, Melissa Ann, weighing 6 lbs, 4 oz. on Dec. 9, 198 J. Proud grandparents are Elsie St. Jean and Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Mailloux and great-grandmothers Mrs. Dawson & Mrs. Fowler. TAYLOR-Rich and Marlene are proud to announce the arrival of their first child, a girl, Pamela Sue, weighing. 9 lbs. 3 ozs., on Dec. II, 1 98 1 at Metropolitan Hospital. WILSON - It's a girl! Doug and Cathy arc pleased to announce the safe arrival of Rachel Lea at Leamington Hospital December 8lh, 1981. weighing 7 lbs. 2 ozs. First grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Doug MacKenzie. Deaths FIELD-Benjamin Edward, 86 years, Dec. 12, 1981. Late of Rankin Blvd. Beloved husband of Nola. Survived by several neices and nephews. Resting at the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Ouellette Ave. Funeral service Tuesday Dec. 15, 1981 at 9:30 a.m. to Assumption Church at 10 a.m. Interment Tuesday 3 p.m. at the Tillsonburg Cemetery, Tillsonburg, Ont. Prayers Monday at 8 p.m. Deaths ARNOLD-Miriam (Mary), 84 years, on December 11, 1981, at Metropolitan General Hospital; predeceased by husbands Fred Arnold and Harry Moore. Dear mother of Fred Moore, Stanley Moore, Mrs. Robert Simpson (Winnie), Robert Arnold, Mrs. Ed. Morris (Maxine), Kenneth Arnold, all of Windsor; also survived by 1 1 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren and 1 great great-grandchild. Dear sister of Fredrick, Ernest, Cyril Fraser and the late Lawrence. Mrs Arnold was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary Royal Canadian Legion Branch 12. Legion services Sunday 7 p.m. Friends may call at the Don Morris Funeral Home, 68 Giles Blvd. E. where services were held Monday Dec. 14, at 9 a.m. Canon Paul F. Chidwick officiating. Entombment Greenlawn Memorial Cemetery. If you so desire donations to the Ontario Heart Fund would be greatly appreciated. BOWLAND-Phyllis, at Women's College Hospital, on Saturday, Dec. 12, 1981, daughter of the late Allan and Mabel Bow-land. Loved sister of Barbara and Ernest Belanger, Windsor, Ont.; Arlene Bowland and the late Bruce Bowland (1977), of Bradford, Ont. Loving aunt of Marie and Joe Belanger, Alexander and Marshall Bowland.. Resting at the Sherrin Funeral Home, 873 Kingston Rd., Toronto. Funeral service in The Chapel on Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. Cremation. , , , i . KONRAD-Ben, 67 years, on Saturday Dec. 12, 1981 at his residence 202 Seacliffe Dr. West, Leamington. Beloved husband of Susie. Dear father of Rudy, Sarnia; William, Henry, Albert, Mrs. Helmut Thiessen (Irene), Mrs. Ron Derksen (Helen), Mrs. Ken Enns (Rita), all of Leamington. Dear brother of ' Abram of Blytheswood and George, Wheatley. 1 1 grandchildren also survive. Predeceased by 1 son, Peter and 1 brother Jacob. Resting at the Reid Funeral Home, 14 Russell St., Leamington. Funeral Monday Dec. 14, 1981 2 p.m. from the Oak Street United Menno-nite Church. Rev. Henry Dueck ' and Rev. Cornelius Toews officiating. Interment Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Leamington. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, the U. M.E.I, or the . Leamington Mennonite Home. DIESBOURG-Elie, 62 years, Dec. 13, 1981. Beloved husband of Emilie (Renaud) of Wood-slee. Dear son of Mrs. Rebecca Diesbourg, Belle River and the late Felix. Dear father of Paul, Amherstburg; Joseph, Belle River; Noah, Emeryville; Remi, Leo and Bernard at home; Mrs. Gordon Baillargeon (Agnes), La Salle; Mrs. Gerald Sylvester (Rita) and Lucy of Ottawa. Dear brother of William, Fletcher; George, Woodslee; Frank, Belle River; John, London; Pete (1980); Mrs. Donat Tremblay (Mae), Belle River. 6 grand children. Resting at Melady Funeral Home, Belle River. Funeral Wednesday 10 a.m. to St. John's Church, Woodslee at 10:30. Interment in the Church Cemetery. Prayers evenings 8 p.m. Retiree from Chrysler's; member of Holy Rosary Club; Riverside Knuckle Buster Club and several Golden Age Card Clubs. FORSYTH-Ernest S., 71 years, Saturday Dec. 12, 1981 at Leamington District Memorial Hospital. Late residence 73 Marlborough St. E., Leamington. Beloved husband of Maude. Dear father of Elwjn and Clare, both of Leamington. Dear , grandfather of Howard. Dear brother of Mrs. Viola Conwell, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Predeceased by one sister. Ruby Maxwell. Resting at the Reid Funeral Home, 14 Russell St., Leamington. Funeral Tuesday 'Dec. 15, 1981 at 1 p.m. Rev. Alvin Armstrong officiating. Interment Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Leamington. Leamington I.O.O.F. Lodge 140 Service Monday at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Forsyth was a member of the Leamington Fire Dept for over 30 years. Memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice. JANISSE -Christopher Clement, 72 years, Dec, 11, 1981 at Hotel Dieu Hospital. Retired bus driver S.W.A. 32 years. Is a member of St. John Baptiste Society. Beloved husband of Helen Marie Gagnon (Nee Ja-nisse). And the Late Verna (Nee Dufault 1973). Dear father of Mrs. John (Eileen) Gilliam,. Windsor; Sister Lorelte, St. Joseph Sisters, London. Miss Mary Ann Janisse, Alvin Ja-nisse, both Windsor. 4 grandchildren. Step-father of Mrs. David Cappalleni (Patricia), Brantford; Mrs. Marcella Bonner. Windsor; Mrs. Fred (Theresa) Kielburger, Thornhill; Norman Gagnon, Windsor. 4 step-grandchildren survive. Dear brother of Wilfred, Toronto; Raymond, Windsor; & Mrs. Wilfred Marentette (Arthe-misc), Comber. Funeral Tues. 9:30 a.m. from Janisse Bros Funeral Home, 1139 Ouellette Ave. To St. Theresa Church at 10 a.m. Interment Ste Anne's Cemetery, Tecumsch. Prayers Mon 8:30 p.m. Donations to the Essex Lung Association would be appreciated. Deaths HEBERT-Wilfred, 80 years, Dec. 13, 1981 of La Chaumiere, Puce and formerly of Tecumseh. Husband of the late Leonie Pitre. Father of the late Rita Ducharme. Brother of Edward, Windsor; Mrs. Anna Lauzon, Algonac, Mich. Resting at the Marcotte Funeral Home, 12105 Tecumseh Rd., Tecumseh. Funeral Tuesday 9:30 a.m. to St. Anne Church at 10. Interment St. Anne's Cemetery. Prayers Monday 8 p.m. HOUAD-Elias, died on December 11, 1981 at Hotel Dieu' Hospital, late of Parent Ave. Beloved husband of Marie. Dear father of Mrs,. George El-Gha-rib (Ebtissam), Mrs Mike Riz-khallh (Hiam), Andre Houad and Tony Houad, all of Windsor, Mrs. George Moikel (Judy) of Germany. Dear son of Mrs. Zanny Houad, Windsor and the late Fred Houad. Dear brother of Michel Houad, Windsor, Wadh, John and Julia, Lebanon; also survived by 1 grandson Nicky. Visiting in the Walter D. Kelly Funeral Home, 1969 Wyandotte St. E. until Tuesday Dec. 15, 1981, at 10:30 a.m. thence to St. Ignatius of Antioch Orthodox Mission, Wyandotte St. at St. Rose Ave., for service at 1 1 a.m. Fr. George Manneh officiating. Interment Windsor Memorial Gardens. Prayers Monday evening 7:30 p.m. KOTYK-Katherine (Kay) (nee Palcy), 79 years, Dec. 12, 1981. Dear mother of Mrs, Ed Serre (Lena); Mrs. Mike Kostuk (Pauline), Oshawa;' Mrs. Wesley Gould (Ann), Sarnia and John Blok, Windsor. Dear sister of Mrs. Lena Grainger, Long Island, N.Y. Also survived by 1 1 grandchildren and 1 1 greatgrandchildren. Funeral service was held today (Mon) at 1 1 a.m. in the Windsor Chapel Funeral Home, Mr. Ed Anderson officiated. Cremation followed. KUFNER-Augustinc, 79 years, Dec. 10, 1981 at Hotel Dieu Hospital. Late of 469 Foch Ave. Dear wife of Ludwig of Windsor. Dear mother of William L. Kufner, Detroit. Also survived by a sister Anna, Austria; 1 grandchild and 2 great-greatgrandchildren. Friends may call at the James H. Sutton Funeral Home, 1567 Ouellette Ave from Monday at 7 p.m. Funeral services Tuesday Dec. 15, 1981 at 2 p.m. Rev. Robert E. Neilly officiating. Interment Windsor Memorial Gardens. LOGAN-Alice Edna, 70 years, died on Sunday Dec. 13, 1981 at. her residence on Chilver Rd. Beloved wife of John Logan. Dear mother of Mrs. Richard Rauhut (Lorraine), Canoga Park, Calf; Mrs. Eddie Carri-veau (Sharon), Chatham; John Richard Logan, Oxley. Loving grandmother to Edward, Renee, Kathy, Richard and J.R. Dear sister of Gordon Taylor, Windsor. Visiting in the Walter D. Kelly Funeral Home, 1969 Wyandotte St. E. Funeral service in the Chapel on Wednesday Dec. 16, 1981 at 11 a.m. Rev. H. Whiting officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Cemetery. MARCOUX -Clermont F., 75 years, Dec. II, 1981 at Henry Ford Hospital. Formerly of Talbot Rd. Born Pembrooke, Ont. Retired Inspector at Ford Motor Co. Beloved husband of Olive (Nee LePain). Dear brother of Ulric, Windsor, brother-in-law of Mrs. Charlotte DuMoii-chelle. Grosse Pointe, Mich.; & Mr. Ellery LePain, Fla. Several cousins in Windsor and Pembrooke. Many nieces and nephews survive. Funeral Tues. 10:30 a.rrj. from Janisse Bros. Funeral Home, 1139 Ouellette Ave. To Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church at )1 a.m. Interment Heavenly Rest Cemetery. Prayers Monday 8 p.m. Donations to the Heart Fund would be greatly appreciated. MATHES-Katharina, 83 years, Saturday Dec. 12, 1981 at the Leamington Nursing Home. Formerly of 72 Robinson St. Leamington. Beloved wife of the late Michael Rakonc (1922) and the late Jacob Mathes (1954). Dear mother of Mrs. George Millich (Veronica), Leamington'.. Resting at the Reid Funeral Home, 14 Russell St., Leamington. Funeral Tuesday Dec. 15, 1981 at 11 a.m. Rev. William Benninghoff officiating. Interment Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Leamington. Prayers at the Funeral home Monday at 7:30 p.m. NICODEMO-Pasqua (nee Nadalin), Dec. 12, 1981,. 83 years. Predeceased by her husband Enrico (1967). Dear mother of Ester (Mrs. Bruno Angeli), Bruna (Mrs. John Vadori) and Bruno and daughter-in-law Clorinda Nicodemo, all of Windsor. Dear sister of Theresa Vadori of Windsor, Rosalia Pel-larin and Antonio Nadalin both of Italy. 6 grandchildren and 2 great- grandchildren also survive. Resting at the Windsor Chapel Funeral Home, 1700 Tecumsch Rd. E. Funeral Tuesday Dec. 15 at 10:30 thence to St. Angela Mcrici for service at 1 1 a.m. Interment St. Alphonsus Cemetery. Mrs. Nicodemo was an Auxiliary Member of the Legion of Mary at St. Angela Church. Donations to the Victorian Order of Nurses would be appreciated by. the family. Prayers Monday at 8 p.m. Deaths MCLAUGHLIN-Gordon, J., 66 yrs. suddenly December 19, 1981. Late of 920 Ouellette Ave. Beloved father of Robert McLaughlin and Mrs. Bonnie Grabish of Windsor. 7 grandchildren. Dear brother of Jack, Toronto; Francis, Windsor; Gerald McLaughlin of Detroit; Mrs. Lorraine Gough and Mrs. Delores Guthrie of Windsor; Anthony, Allen and Veronica deceased. Resting at the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Ouellette Ave. Funeral service Monday, December 14 at 2:30 p.m. Cremation to follow. McNAMARA-Frank, 74 years', Dec. 13, 1981 at home. Predeceased by his wife Elsie (Mor-son-1980). Dear brother of Sr. M. Regiria O.S.U. . Glengarda; Clifford and Jack, Windsor. Several neices and nephews survive. Resting at the . Marcotte Funeral Home, 870 Wyandotte St. E. Funeral Wednesday 9:30 a.m. to St. Clare Church at 10. Interment St. Alphonsus Cemetery. Prayers I uesday 8 p.m. Mr. McNamara was a steam fitter. , NICOLETTI-RITA, died Dec. 12, 1981, 79 years. Sons Dante and Joanne. 4 grandchildren, 1 great-grandchildren. Funeral held in Fossalta, Italy. NORTON-Preston D., 86 years, Dec. 12, 1981 after a lengthy illness. Late of Riverside Dr. E. Beloved husband of Harmon (nee Mayhew). Beloved father of Charles W Petoskey, Mich, and Mrs. Lane Donovan (Shirley), Grosse Pointe, Mich. 5 grandsons and 9 great-grandchildren also survive. Resting at the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Ouellette Ave. Funeral service Tuesday Dec. 15, 1981 at 1:30 at All Saints Anglican Church. Rev. Cannon Jack Peck officiating. Interment Grand Lawn Cemetery, Michigan. ORL'M-Hazel, 80 years, Dec. 13. 1981. Late of 1077 Elm Ave. Mrs. Orum was a Honorary Member of Patricia Lodge L.O.B.A. 267. Predeceased by her husband Stanley (1974). Beloved mother of Earl, Leroy Frederick (Bink), Mrs. Ray McRae (Gladys Graves), all of Windsor. 12 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren survive. Resting at the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Ouellette Ave. Funeral service Tuesday Dec. 15, 1981 at II a.m. Rev. Donald Wilson officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Cemetery. 1 " ' 1 1 1 1 V PIPER-Charles Stanley, 66 years, Saturday Dec. 12, 1981 at Leamington pistrict Memorial Hospital. Late residence 10 Johnson Ave., Leamington. Beloved husband of Gladys. Dear son of Mrs. Anice Pickett, Windsor. Dear father of Kenneth, Leamington. Dear grandfather of Elizabeth. Also survived by many relatives and will be missed by many friends. Resting at the Reid Funeral Home, 14 Russell St., Leamington. Funeral Tuesday Dec. 15, 1981 at 3 p.m. Rev. Steve Johnstone officiating. Assisted by Mr. Gerald Brodie. Interment Bayview Cemetery, Leamington. In kindness memorial donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated as your expression of sympathy. 'SLOTE-Edna, 56 yrs., December 11, 1981. Late residence, 164 Centre St., Essex. Darling wife of Douglas. Dear mother of David, Mississauga; Susan ( Mrs. Gordon Andry), Cottam. .1 grandson, 1 sister, Joyce Austin, England. Resting at the Donald S. Habkirk Funeral Home, 122 Talbot St. S., Essex'. Funeral service on Monday, December 14 at II a.m. with Father W.W. Mcllveen. Interment Cottam Cemetery. As your expression of sumpathy, donations to the chairty of your choice would be appreciated. WALLACE-Harvey W., 73 years, Sunday Dec. 13, 1981 at Leamington District Memorial Hospftal. Late residence 40 Chestnut St., Leamington. Beloved husband of Josie. Dear father of Robert (Shorty) Wallace; Mrs. Herbert Walling (Joye); both of Leamington and Mrs. John Bloemen (Judy), Blenheim. Dear brother of Lloyd, Thamesville; Mrs Frank Pyne (Viola), London; Mrs. Thomas Pheby (Erie), Windsor; Mrs. Marjorie Tasker, Tilbury and Mrs. Ray Peas (Leona), Mcrsea Twp. 6 grandchildren also survive. Resting at the Reid Funeral Home, 14 Russell St., Leamington. Funeral .Wednesday Dec. 16, at I p.m. Rev. Alvin Armstrong officiating. Interment Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Leamington. Memorial donations may be made to the V.O.N. (Visitation after 2 ' p.m. Tuesday). WOOD--Dorothy (Joan) 56 years, December 14, 1981 at I.O.D.E. Hospital, RR 3. Maidstone. Darling wife of Frank. Dear mother of Michael, Kevin, Mrs. Susan Koloff, Darren and Colin. Dear grandmother of Richard, Sarah, Gregory and Kristopher. Beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,H. R. Bishop, Georgetown. Sister of Mrs. Shirley Chapman. Mrs. Barbara Abray. John Bishop and Mrs. Pat Coleman. Arrangements incomplete, Don Morris Funeral Home, 68 Giles BIvd.E. In lieu of flowers donations to the charity of your choice. Deaths RIGGS-Agnes, on Dec. II, 1981 at Metropolitan Hospital. Late of Riverside Dr. Predeceased by her husband Edward L. (1971). Dear mother of Mrs. William Alexander (Ann), Windsor; Mrs. J. Bruce Hanson (Jean), Lakewood, Ohio; Dear grandmother of Mrs. Brian Stocks, John and Tim Alexander; Skip and Kurt Hanson; Mrs. J. Schofield. Great-grandmother of 'Kristi Stocks. Dear sister of Charles J. Webster, Harrow; Mrs. J.M. Page, Sim-coe. Mrs. Riggs was a member of the Royal Jubilee Chapter I.O.D.E., a life member of Provincial Chapter I.O.D.E. Also past Chairman of Windsor Western Hospital I.O.D.E. Friends may call at the Don Morris Funeral Home, 68 Giles Blvd. E. where services will be. held in the Memorial Chapel Tuesday Dec. 15, at 1 p.m. Rev. H. Donald Joyce officiating. Interment Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. If you so desire donations may be made to the Ontario Cancer or Windsor Hospice. . In Memoriams ATKINS-ln loving memory of William (Bill) Atkins who passed away December 14, 1980 A page in my book of memories Is gently turned today. -Lovingly remembered by Mary DE MARTIN-In loving remembrance of our son, Thomas Roger (Joey), who passed away 4 years ago, Dec. 1 4, 1 977. With memories of a son so dear In our hearts he is ever near. " -Deeply missed by Mother and Dad lACOBELLI-In loving memory of a dear mother, grandmother and great grandmother Loreta; who passed away Dec 14, 1980. Loving and kind in all her ways Upright and just to the end of her days Sincere and true in heart and mind ' Beautiful memories she left behind. -Always remembered by the lacobelli family. MASTROMATTEI-In loving memory of a dear husband, Giovanni, who passed away December 14th, 1977. He is gone but not forgotten And as dawns another year. In my lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of him are always near. Days of sadness will come o're me Friends many think the would is healed. But they little know the sorrow That lies within the heart concealed -Sadly missed by wife Teresa. MASTROMATTEI-1 n loving memory of a dear father, Giovanni, who passed away De-' cember 14th, 1977. A million times we've needed you. A million times we've cried. If love could have saved you, Dad You never would have died The things we feel most deeply Are the hardest things to say. Our dearest dad we miss you In so very many ways. If we could have one lifetime wish One dreanvthat could come true We'd pray to God with all our hearts For yesterday and you -Never forgotten and always loved by your sons, Terry, Bernie and Ugo and their families. MCCANN-Douglas A. Dear father who passed away Dec. 14, 1978. We loved him, and we miss him very much. Loved and remembered always by Son, Mac, Chris and chil-dren. . McCann-In loving memory of a dear Father and Grandfather Douglas A. who passed away December 14th, 1978. The wisdom of Solomon. The patience of Job You practised Gods virtues And we miss you so -Lovingly and gratefully remembered by daughter Lorraine and Family. MCDONNELL --In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Claire, who passed away Dec. 14, 1975. In our hearts your memory lingers Always tender, fond and true There's not a day, dear Mother We do not think of you. Sadly missed by daughter Sharon, grandchildren Cindy and Darrcll. NICKLESON-ln loving memory of a dear father, Charles, who passed away Dec. 14, 1 980. The rolling stream of life rolls on But still the vacant chair Recalls the love, the voice.the smile Of the one who once sat there. -Always remembered by son Charles (Bud), daughter-in-law Judy, grandchildren Cheryl, Pam and her husband Jack. NICKLESON-ln loving memo-ry of a dear father, Charles, who passed away Dec. 14, 1980. You're not forgotten, father, dear Nor ever shall you be; As long as life and memory last I shall remember thee. -Always remembered by son Gerry, daughter-in-law Barbara and children. In Memoriams MORRIS-In loving memory of our dear Mother, who passed away Dec. 16, 1977. To have, to hold and then to part Was the biggest pain in all our . hearts Parient, kind and true ' Is part of memories we hold of you. Put your arms around her Lord And treat her with special care That wonderful lady with the silver grey hair. -Sadly missed and always remembered by son Spike and daughters Penny and Marg. OBEREMK-John, December 14, 1980. In loving memory of a dear husband,, father and grandfather. Gone from our home but never .from our hearts. -Sadly missed by Betty, Michael, Barbara and family. OBEREMK-John. In loving memory of a dear friend who passed away December 14th, 1980. Some day we hope to meet again, . Some day, we know not when. To clasp his hand in the better land, Never to part again. -Always remembered and sadly missed by Nellie and Mel. PROULX-LEMIRE-Jn loving of Viola, Dec. 14, 1978 and Irene, Jan. 11, 1971, Mothers, grandmothers and Mcme Fond memories linger every day Remembrance keeps them near. -Sadly missed by Priscilla and Don and grandchildren. RAYMOND-In loving memory of my sons James who passed away Dec. 14, 1980 and Jack who passed away Dec. 2, 1976. There's a Mother who misses you sadly. And finds the time long since you went, I think of you daily and hourly, And I try to be brave and con- . tent, The tears that I shed in silence, And I breathe a sigh of regret, For you were mine, and I remember. Though all the world forgets. -Mother. REAUME-In loving memory of our children, Jeffrey (1975) and Denise(1978). It's a tribute to love and remembrance. Two children we will never, forget Their memory to us is our treasure " Their loss our life time regret. The sweet sounds of their laughter The sunshine of their smile These are the memories we treasure And think of all the while. There is no parting for those we love . No distance can divide Each day in Memories' Garden We still walk side'by side. Forever loved Mommy & Daddy REAUME-In memory of our grandchildren, niece & nephew, Jeffrey Dec, 14, 1975 and Denise, July 9,1978. God sent his angels to call for you, much sooner than we had planned. -We would like to thank the people of Windsor and surrounding areas who opened up their hearts and gave so generously to the Epidermolysis Bullosa Fund for Helen.- Leo and Edna Gan-gnon, Donna and Larry Reaume, Pat and Jeff Jacobs and family. TENO-A loving brother and uncle, Leo. You are always in our thoughts, We miss you. The Charlie Teno Family. ' TENO-In loving memory of our dear brother Leo, who passed away December 14, 1979. Broken again was our family circle. And you were so much a part of it. In silence we pray that our Lord is taking good care of you. You are sadly missed. " -Lovingly your sjster Delia and brother-in-law Earl. WESTBURY - In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother Annie who passed away December 14th, 1964. ; Lonely for the sound of your voice And sad with the longing to see The face of our own precious loved one Framed so deep in our memory - Always remembered by Bob and Audrey. YOUNG-In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Harry, who passed away December 14, 1978. -Sadly missed and always remembered by Stan and May and Brik. Thank You Cards OSTAPOVITCH-The family of the late Mrs. Cecile Osapovitch wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to the many relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind acts of love and sympathy during the recent loss of a loving wife, mother and grandmother. We would escpecially like to thank Fr. John Tallori, the pallbearers and the Windsor Chapel Funeral Home & Staff. We will forever appreciate your prayers, visits flower tributes, Masses, cards and donations to the Arthritic Society. - S.W. Ostpovitch and family.

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