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D7 ".V THE WINDSOR STAR, MONDAY, MAY 13, 1985 Miller to Senate revise TORONTO (CP) - The minority Conservative government will not bother with the federal government's plan to curb the powers of the Senate unless one of the opposition parties agrees to its passage, Ontario Premier Frank Miller says. "I wouldn't risk my government or waste the time for that," Miller said in a telephone interview Sunday. "There are more important things to the people of , Ontario than Senate reform." h After the May 2 election, federal Justice Minister John Crosbie had said he was confident the Cbnserva-tives' narrow victory wouldn't derail the plan. WITHOUT THE backing of Ontario, the federal government would be thwarted in its attempt at Senate reform because it would lack the necessary support of seven provinces representing 50 per cent of Canada's population. Quebec has already said it will not support the reform because it has not signed the constitution. Whether the (wo opposition parties in Ontario will back Miller remains to be seen. The New Democratic Party still, has to meet with the Conservatives and the Liberals this week to discuss the shape of the new government. . ' NDP Leader Bob Rae supports longstanding party policy favoring the abolition, of the Senate and, has said he would listen to Miller's argu Migrants stranded LAGOS (Reuter) -Riot police used tear gas Sunday in clashes with hundreds of illegal immigrants who have been ordered" out of Nigeria but are unable to leave because borders are closed; The migrants had been brought back to a transit camp near Lagos airport from border posts where they were stranded when the frontiers were closed last Friday night. " The migrants, chanting and throwing stones, poured out of the camp and blocked the main road to the airport for several hoursJThey set fire to advertising billboards. , ; rWE ARE ready to Correction Please note the following correction to Simpsons Spirit Watch It Grow flyer inserted with the Windsor ; Star, Wednesday, May 8, 1985. Page 12, Items B. and C. barbecues. Description has been reversed. Simpsons ...regrets any inconvenience this may have caused our customers. S David L. Marcotte F.D Vice-President ma us at the time of death. Funds for payment can be made from estate or insurance proceeds. However, when funds are placed with us there is a guarantee against inflation. The interest earned is used to offset any increase in service charges' or disbursements. Your money is placed in trust and is not used by us. As we are members of the Ontario Funeral Service 'Association your funds are secured by further bonding.- - . There" are advantages to placing funeral and burial funds, with a funeral director as opposed to pre-need plans being offered by telephone solicitation. Call for an appointment at either our Windsor or Tecumseh' office. Or we will be pleased to call at your residence. MARCOTTE FUNERAL HOMES ImOuu! if - ; ' ' 870 Wyandotte Wl 12105 Tecumseh St. East at Parent - Ral Tecumseh. Tel- 253-3577 Windsor Family Owned and Operated Since 1923 plays ments in favor of the resolution. But Rae already has reservations about the federal proposal, saying it could slow down the legislative process in Ottawa. GIVING THE Senate a fixed time limit to deal with House of Commons bills, as the Mulroney government proposes, "may even encourage senators to delay legislation as a matter of course, which I think is a lousy ided ... it gives licence to delay." Liberal Leader David Peterson refused to indicate whether his party would support the resolution, but when asked whether be thought the federal proposal to reform the Senate is useful, he sald:"Absolutely in no way. "I think it's tinkering. I think it (the resolution) needs some basic fundamental thought." The resolution, which sets a 30-day limit for Senate consideration of money bills and 45 days for other legislation, should be passed in the Commons by the end of the month, Crosbie has said. . It will also give the Commons the option of rejecting amendments made by senators to government bills. The federal government's decision to limit the Senate's powers was triggered after Liberal senators, who' hold 72 of the 104 seats in the upper house, delayed a money bill unanimously approved by Parliament. die," some yelled as others waved, danced and beat with sticks on roadside crash barriers and on oil drums. They said they want to go home by road and have no intention of waiting for ships provided by the Nigerian government. By late afternoon, the immigrants had moved back into the camp and a senior police officer promised everything would be done to get them out of the country quickly. On April 15, Nigeria ordered an estimated 700,000 illegal immigrants to put their papers in order by last Friday or leave. The borders were opened just over a week ago to let them out. . THE BORDERS were closed when the deadline expired and over the past two days tens of thousands of people unable to leave poured into camp. Earlier in the day, the migrants massed at the camp, a huge, low concrete building normally used by pilgrims on their way to Mecca, complained they had not eaten for days. Tension grew steadily throughout the day at the crowded camp. During the morning a few stones and empty Question: Can you make funeral prearrangements without a prepayment of funds? Answer: There is no obligation to " deposit funds when funeral and burial or cremation plans are made with us. Some people discuss their concerns and preferences, make decisions, and merely record their wishes to be , carried out by , V- Tel. 735-2830 , cool soft drink cans were thrown at riot police and . soldiers used long whips to drive, immigrants away from an access road to the airport.. PRICES OF bread, soft drinks and water tripled overnight and hundreds of women from a nearby village hurriedly set up food stalls. . One man who snatched a loaf of bread from a Nigerian bus driver was chased by hundreds of other people demanding a bite. Other migrants pulled up cassava tubers, a potato-like staple, from a nearby field and ate them raw. A senior Ghanaian High Commission official drove into the camp to check on the situation but he was booed and his driver quickly reversed and sped away. There have been about a dozen reported deaths so far, mostly in road accidents, but Nigeria has denied reports from Benin that its security agents shot five immigrants. Accra radio said the chairman of Ghana's private road transport union, Kofi Aikins, had left the country to negotiate with unions in Togo and Benin to help transport stranded Ghanaians home. HMIft) ACKHOWLEDQ6MENT8 m tK3 PENATEN I SIFT A SPEC I ALG I FT OFFER WHEN your bby li born, lt ill your Irltndi rtd good mwi In Iht Wlndwr Star. Wntn you pitct your chlld'i birth nnour.ctmtnt In th 5Ur for four doyi you will rtctlvo dtluxt pock of Pimton boby prtp.r.tloni worth ovtr 112.00. Romombor, whtn your bby rrlvtt call Star Classified 255-5544 BIRTHS Place Your BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT HereFor4Day$ And Pick Up At The Star APenatenBaby Pack FREE ATKINSON -Mike & Lynn (nee Kokkola, R.N.) are thrilled to announce Dad's new fishing buddy, Bradley Michael, weighing 7 lbs. 15 ozs. on May 5, 1985 at 11:39-pm. Proud 1st time grandparents are Ron & Kathy Atkinson and Osmo & Eleanor Kokkola. Great-grandmother Gladys Thompson. Many thanks to the OB staff at Grace and the great job by our doctor. BAILLARGEON-David and Annette (nee Strong) are proud to announce the safe arrival of Alicia Marie, born May 7, 1985 weighing 8lbs. 9oz. Proud grandparents are Leonard and Alice Strong of Stoney Point; Hermidas and Ernestine Baillargeon of Woodslee. HINES-CLARK-Bonjiieand Glen would like to announce the safe arrival of their son, William Nathaniel, born May 10, 1985 at 9:26 am., weighing 7 lbs., 6 ozs. at Metropolitan Hospital. Mother and little stinger are doing fine. HOMICK-Danny and Sue (nee Thompson) are proud and pleased to announce the birth of their daughter Jennifer Rita, born May 1 1, 1985 at 9:45am, weighing 8 lbs 1 oz. Sister for Corey. Proud grand parents are, Joe Homick and Jim and Dora Thompson. The Windsor Star WINDSOR, ONTARIO in Windsor General Offices, 167 Ferry St. - 255-5711 Editorial Dept. - 256-55.13 Star Library Mon. to Frl. 1:00 p.m. ' to 4:30 p.m. Circulation Dept. Mon. to Fri. 8:30 to 7:00 Saturday 1:30 to 3:00 255-5711 ' Attdr 5 00 p.m. dally and on Sundays and holidays Please call as follows: Editorial Dept. - 255-5743 Sports Dept. - 255-5784 Photo. Dept. - 255-5776 Classified WANT ADS - 255-5544 -Service 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. (1:00 p.m. Saturday) Leamington Bureau 15 Talbot St. E. Editorial Dept. - 326-4861 Advertising - 1-800-265-5647 Circulation Dept. - 1-800-265-5647 Essex Bureau 19 Talbot St. N. News - 776-5281 Advertising - 776-5281 The Canadian Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news ' dispatches in this paper credited to It or to the Associated Press or Reuter and also the local news published therein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES' In Metropolitan Windsor, Essex, Kent and Lambton counties, home delivered 11 85 per week, 30c per copy at all newsstands, except Saturday 60c. BY MOTOR ROUTE DELIVERY One year J96.20; six months 148.10; three months 824.05. ' ' BY MAIL In Canada, one year $98 00; six months J50.00; three months 128.00. In U S A. and all otker countries, one year $225.00; six months 8115 00; three months S65.00. ADOPTIONS ENGAGEMENTS MARRIAGES SERVICES OF TRIBUTE For Announctmtnt Notlcts Call deluxe PACK BIRTHS LUNDY -IT'S A BOY! Chris & Dawn are happy to announce the safe arrival of their firstborn, Corey Christopher, born May 10, 1985. Weighing in at 6 lbs. 4 ozs. Proud first time grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ogilvie, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Lundy and Mr. & Mrs. Ron Perron. First greatgrandchild for Margaret Vol-lans and Mary O'Dell, 3rd great-grandchild for Mr. & Mrs. Edward Brown, 5th great-grandchild for Mr. & Mrs. EdgarCasey. KIDD -Art and Mamie along with Drew, Matt, Garth, and Ben, welcome to their family with love and affection Lucas Dunlop Dickson Kidd. Delighted grandmothers are Mrs. Eilleen Dunlop of Kingston and Mrs. Margaret Kidd of Amherstburg. LYONS Tom and Bonnie (nee Hendrican) wish to announce the safe and healthy arrival of their final edition, Brent Michael, born the 10th day of may, 1985, at Grace hospital, weighing 7 lbs. Vh. ozs. Anxiously awaiting his arrival are his twin brothers, Craig and Chad, proud granparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Lyons and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hendrican. Proud great-grandparents are Mr. Hector Simard and Mrs. Molly Lyons.- McDONALD-Bob and Diane (nee Carter) thank God for the safe arrival of their son, Kyle Bradley, weighing 8 lbs. 9 ozs. on May 8, 1985 at St. Joseph's Hospital, London, Ont. Baby brother for Brittnay. MCDOUGALL-Amy Lynn is joyous to announce the safe arrival nf her baby brother, Casey Vernon Robert, on May 10, 1985 at Metropolitan Hospital. Proud parents of this 9 lb. slugger are Vern and Denise. Proud grandparents Denise Lavallee and Morris and Leona Aelick. Another playmate for Casey & Amy's 22 12 cousins. Insured. ' r Inmates hope to save a life DETROIT (AP) -More than 300 state prison inmates have volunteered to undergo blood tests to determine whether they can donate bone marrow for a critically ill 21-month old boy. . The inmates at the State Prison of Southerly Michigan at Jackson are among 2,000 blood test volunteers who have come forward to help Brandon Weiss of South-field, Mich., who suffers from aplastic anemia. Aplastic anemia prevents normal production of blood platelets and white blood cells which battle infectiom The boy's father, Arthur Weiss, said he, his wife, and their daughter do not have bone marrow which matches the boy's. Weiss "was told that it was hopeless and that the child was going to die," John Mouradian.a lawyer and friend of the family, said Saturday. . "WE DECIDED we couldn't let him give up." . Weiss distributed fliers asking for a donor BIRTHS MORIN-Michelle and Dan are proud to announce the arrival of a son David Michael, born on May 9, weighing 9 lbs 2 oz. Proud grandparents are Fred and Jeantne Morin and Tom and Annette Konarski. DEATHS BAKER-Georgie (Scott) 81 years, at Metropolitan Hospital, Windsor Sat. May 11, 1985 late residence RR2 Woodslee. Beloved wife of Clyde Baker. Dear mother of Mrs. Harley (Doris) Trimble, RR2 Woodslee; Mrs. Gerald (Fern) VinCent, RR2 Kin-gsville; William Baker, RR2 Maidstone; and John, RR2 Woodslee. Dear sister of Mrs. Trisman (Mary) Vetor, Essex; Predeceased by 1 sister Mrs. Ruby Stanley (1980). Also survived by 10 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Resting at The Leslie R. Dutot Funeral Home 318 Erie St. S. Leamington where funeral service was held Monday May 13 at 11a.m. with Pastor Gordon Bonney officiating. Interment jn North Ridge Cemetery. As an expression of sympathy the family would appreciate donations to The Diabetic Assoc., Cancer Society or Brooker Baptist Church Build-' ing Fund. BLONDIN-Agnes (nee Robi-nct) 75 years, May 12, 1985 late of Windsor. Beloved wife of Herbert. Dear mother of Mrs. Stanley Fields (Anna), Windsor; Paul Blondin, Montreal; Mrs. Douglas Kava-naugh (Virginia), Ancaster and Ms. Barbara Blondin, Montreal and the late Jeanne (1951). Also survived by 11 grandchildren, and 9 greatgrandchildren. Dear sister of Isidore; Anna; Julian; Theresa and the late Wilfred. Visiting after 2p.m. Monday. Funeral Wed. 1:30p.m. from Janisse Brothers Funeral Home 1 139 Ouellette ave. toSt, Alphonsus Church at 2p.m. Prayers Tuesday at 7:30p.m. Interment Heavenly Rest Cemetery. If you so desire donations to The Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. CHILD-Paul (Jr.) suddenly on Sat. May II, 1985 age 19 years. Beloved son of Susanna Child, Kingsville and Paul Child Sr., Leamington. Dear brother of Kevin, Windsor. Dear grandson of Mrs. Gill Hunsucker, Florida. Restiang at The C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home 91 Division St. S. Kingsville. Funeral service Monday at 1p.m. Rev. Frederick Schmitt officiating. Interment in Greenhill Cemetery Kingsville. Donations to The Ontario Heart and Stroke Fund would be appreciated. CRYMONPREZ-Jerome. 82 Years. On May 1 1, 1985 at Victoria Hospital in London. Husband of the late Hermine Agon. Dear father of Robert and Annette of Essex; Mrs. James Handysides (Jeanne) and Mrs. Timothy Maxfield (Cheryl) both of Sarnia. Also survived by eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Resting at The Windsor Chapel Funeral Home 1700 Tecumseh Rd. E. Funeral service on Tues., May 14, 1985 at 11:30 a.m. in The Windsor Chapel. Interment Windsor Memorial Gardens. Donation may be made to The Canadian Cancer Society. and Mouradlan said he gave one to a client, Jackson inmate Mer-quiadesCespedes, while visiting the prison to discuss an appeal. Cespedes later wrote to him and said he had found more than 300 fellow inmates who would volunteer for the blood tests, Mouradian said. About 500 other volunteers have been tested so far at Detroit-area hospitals and clinics. Although the odds of finding a suitable donor for Brandon are one in 10,000, Weiss said, "the numbers ... are not impossible." Brandon receives blood transfusions three times a week, but his condition has reached the critical stage, his father said. Fewer than 100 successful bone marrow transplants have been conducted in the United States, said Dr. Charles Main, one of Brandon's physicians. Rejection of the transplanted tissue can be fatal despite the introduction of new anti-rejection drugs, Main said. n Cosmos-jam DEATHS HERMAN-Steve. 71 Years. On May 1 1, 1985 in Chatham: Dear husband of Eva (Balazsi-dy) and the late Catherine Denk. Dear fatherof Steve and Frank, both of Windsor; the late John; Mrs. Gerald Bradt (Mary) and Mrs. Frank Me-loche (Julie) both of McGregor. Step father of Anthony Hudvagner of Essex, Emery "Jimmy" Hudvagner of Port Elgin and Mrs. Steve Bonyai (Anne) of Colchester. Brother of Julia Bakos of Hungary. Nephew of Elizabeth Nemeth of Harrow. Sixteen grandchildren and four great grandchildren also survive. Resting, at The Windsor Chapel Funeral Home 1700 Tecumseh Rd. E. from 7:00-9:00 p.m. this evening and on Tues., 2:00-5:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. Services on Wed., May 1 5, 1 985 at 1:00 p.m. in The Windsor Chapel. Interment Victoria Memorial Gardens. Mr. Herman was retired from Chrysler Canada Plant 2 and a member of UAW Local 444. Donations may be made to The Canadian Cancer Society as your expressionof sympathy. KNICHT-Thomas, suddenly on Sat. May 11, 1985 age 20. Beloved son of Glen and Shirley Knight Kingsville. Dear brother of Randy and Garry Knight and Nancy Rankin, all Kingsville. Also survived by 2 nieces and 1 nephew. Resting at The C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home 91 Division St. S. Kingsville. Funeral Service Monday at 11a.m. Rev. Alymer Smith officiating. Cremation at Victoria Memorial Crematorium, Windsor. Donations to The Kingsville Gosfield South Arena would be appreciated. McCABE-Marilyn, 49 years, May 11, i985 at IODE Hosp. Late of Lassaline St. Predeceased by her daughter Dean-na (1981). Dear mother of Gerald and James, Mrs. David Dore (Rosemarie) Windsor, five grandchildren. Dear sister of Mrs. Robert Sorensen (Elaine) Bramalea, Ont, Mrs. John Stecher (Brenda), La-Salle. Anderson Funeral Service, 895 Ouellette. Funeral Monday, May 13, 9:30am to St. Vincent De Paul Church, 10am. Interment Victoria Memorial Cemetery. MeCREERY-Edith Belle at Albright Manor, Beamsville, Ont. on Friday, May 10, 1985. Edith Belle McCreery in her 106th year, wife of the late Colin McCreery and mother of James of Oakville and Phyllis (Mrs. John McCann) of St. Catharines. Also survived by 4 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Cremation. , PIPITONE-Jennifer. Beloved infant daughter of Igna-zio and Maria. Beloved infant grandaughter of Giuseppe and Frances Pipitone and Alphon-so and Maria Palazzolo, all of Windsor. A graveside service was held at Heavenly Rest Cemetery, Mon. May 13. James H. Sutton Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. PITRE-Grace Evelyn (nee Capling). 74 Years. On May 12.1985. Beloved wife of Gilbert H. Dear mother of Mrs. Howard Westley (Joan) of Emeryville; Mrs. Kenneth Malott (Lorna) of Windsor; John (Jack) Pitre and wife, Jcannette of Toronto. Twelve grandchildren, five great grandchildren as well as many nciccs and nephews also survive. Dear sister of Mrs. Roy Dcslippe (Elva) of Windsor and the late Lome Capling (1928). Dear daughter of the late Robert (1965) and Stella (1964) Capling. Resting at The Windsor Chapel Funeral Home 1700 Tecumseh Rd. E. until Wed., May 15, 1985 at 9:30 a.m. then to Sacred Heart Church for funeral ma5s at 10:00 a.m. Interment St. William's Cemetery in Emeryville. Prayers, Tues., at 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Pitre was a member of The C.W.L. Donations may be made to the charity of your choice. REVES-Mary. 81 Years. On May II, 1985. Dear wifeof the late George (1968). Dear mother ef the late Mary Revcs Rcaume (1970). Dear mother in law of George Reaume of Windsor. Dear grandmother of Trent, Kim and Keith. Dear Srcat grandmother of Gretc-en and Timothy. Resting at The Windsor Chapel Funeral Home 1 700 Tecumseh Rd. E. until Tues., May 14, 1985 at 9:00 a.m. then to Sts. Cyril and Methodius Slovak Catholic Church for funeral mass at 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Alphonsus Cemetery. Prayers, Mon. at 8:00 p.m. SOCIETIES LODGES 255-5544 DEATHS TOTH-Charles K. 73 Years. On May 12, 1985. Beloved husband of Julia Mary Magya-ri (Miller). Step-father of Mrs. James Boismier (Julie) of Windsor. Grandfather of Rene and Steven at home. Dear brother of John and wife, Irene of Florida. Dear uncle of Mrs. Margaret Boyes, Windsor; Mrs. Shirley Juhasz; Mrs. Julie Doyle and Ms. Violet Toth, all of the Toronto area. Resting at The Windsor Chapel Funeral Home 1700 Tecumseh Rd. E. until Tues., May 1 4, 198S at 10:00 a.m. then to St.-Antho ny's (Hungarian) Church for funeral mass at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Father Edmund Toreki officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Gardens. Prayers, Mon. at 8:00 p.m. Mr. Toth was a retiree! employee of National Auto Radiator Mfg. Co. and also a member of The Windsor And District Hungarian Society; Szeckely Hungarian Society. Donations may be made to The Canadian Cancer Society (Windsor Unit). ' WICLE -Lewis W. 81 years, Sunday May 12, 1985 at Metropolitan General Hospital, Windsor. Late residence 238 Erie St. S. Leamington. Beloved husband of the late Henrietta (1971). Dear father Lewis G., Mersea Township and Harry R., Leamington. Dear brother of John, Windsor; Predeceased by 3 sisters Mrs. Margaret Mayhew; Mrs.. Edith Deveraux and Mrs. Isobel Fox. Resting at The Reid Funeral Home 14 Russell St. Leamington. Funeral Tues. May 14, at I la.m. Rev. James Grant officiating. Interment Lakeview Cemetery, Leamington. Memorial donations may be made to The Canadian Cancer Society or to the charity of your choice. Visitation after 2p.m. Monday. IN MEMORIAM DAGG In loving memory of a dear mother-in-law and grandmother, Alma, who passed awayMay 13, 1981. 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 dawningof the morning, When the troubled night is o'er All the budsjn beauty blooming Will rejoice to see her more. - Son-in-law William and grandson Carman Perri. FERRARI-ln loving memory of our dear father, Rudolph, who passed away five years ago, today, May 13, 1980. Nothing can ever take away, The love a heart holds dear, Fond memories linger everyday, Rememberance keeps him near. The family. GELINAS--In memory of Roland N. Gclinas, who passed away May 11, 1982. Each morning when I awake And realize you are gone, No one knows the loneliness Or pain that lingers on. Words cannot heal the heartache, Nor stop the silent tear, For when you lose your husband, You can cry for many years. I find it hard to write these words,' To say how much I love you, The more I try, the more I cry, Oh, Darling, I really miss you. For those who have a husband, Love him while you may For how I wish with all my heart, That I had mine today. Forever loved and never forgotten by wife, Irene. OUELLETTE-In loving memory of a dear mother & grandmother, Bernadctte.who passed away May 13,1983. This day is remembered, And quietly kept, No words are needed, We shall never forget. .-Lovingly remembered by sons & daughter-in-laws, Greg & Mary-Lou & Gary and Cheryl & grandchildren. OUELLETTE-In loving memory of a dear sister Berna-dctte, who passed away 2 years agoMay 13,1983. There the buds from earth transplanted, For our coming watch and wait. In the upper gardensgrowing, Just within the golden gate. Though our hearts may break with sorrow, By the grief so hard to bear, We shall meet her Some bright morning, Intheuppergardenthere. -Lovingly remembered by sister Shirley, brother-in-law Bob, nephew David and niece Cathy. THANK YOU CARDS IN MEMORIAM OUELLETTE-In loving' memory of a dear mother,: Bernadette, who passed away . 2 years ago May 1 3, 1 983. We are sad within our memo- ry. Lonely are our hearts today. For the one we loved so dearly, Has forever been called away. We think of her in silence, No eye may see us weep. But many silent tears are shed, ' When others are asleep. -Lovingly remembered by daughter Linda, future son-in-; law Gary? daughter Debbie, son-in-law Tom and son Gerry. SANTAROSSA-Daniele. In loving memory of a dear hus-, band, father, father-in-law, grandfather & great-grandfather, Daniele Santarossa, who Massed away May 13, 1977. , lis smiling way and pleasant face, ' Are a pleasure to recall; He had a kindly word for eachr And died beloved by all. , " . Some day we hope to meet him! Some day we know not when, To clasp his hand in the better land, Never to part again. -And always remembered and sadly missed by his wife' Carmejla and family. TRUSKEY-In loving memory , of a dear grandson and neph-. ew, Dave, who passed away one year ago, today. If anyone should ask us why, We thought the world of you, ' We could give a million reasons, For each one would be true. . Sadly missed and always loved, Grandma Morris, Aunt Beth and Uncle Jerry.. TRUSKEY-In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Dave, who passed away May, 13,1984. One lonely years has now gone , past, Since those who loved you saw you last. Thememoryofthatfatalday Still gnaws and eats our hearts away. The question still runs through our minds, And yet no answer do we find. There was a need for you to go But what is was we do not know. Each day we pray and dearly hope, That God will give us strength to cope. Your memory is a keepsake With which we'll never part. God has you in His keeping, We have you in our heart. Sadly missed and forever loved by, Mom, Dad and Mary Ellen. VVIGLE-In loving memory of a dear father, Donald, who passed away May 1 2, 1 983. ' The day is remembered and quietly kept, Sadly missed but always in out thoughts. Missed by his family. : IN MEMORIAM HARRY B. SOUTAR Born: Oct 15, 1905 Dundee, Scotland, Died: May 13, 1982 . Windsor, Ontario REFLECTIONS ! Of grit. Of values, , A senior "Soutar". Of sterner stuff -A contributor ! To self respect - this man's earned pride. His living legacy has not died ! With love: Sonia, Olaf, Colleen, Sharon and Randy As A Service To Our Readers 3fn (tflemortam Verse Booklets are available at the Classified Counter in the main lobby at The Windsor Star You may place a memorlam notice for any particular date by phoning The WINDSOR STAR CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT -255-5544 before 9 p.m. and the message will appear In the next day's paper.

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