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15, 1993 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 I}0ug Ames, 58, Holy Re- r, Evansville, Dec. 23. infant, St. l, Jasper, Dec. 20. Barney, 78, St, Bone- e, Dec. 14. Bartlett, 81, St. John Dec. 23. Bartley, 85, St. For- :l, De(:. 16. rose W. Beck, 94, St. Dec. 28. Beyke, 84, St. Dec. 4. 58, St. Mary, Dec. 18. M. Buehler, 101, St. Dec. 18. appell Jr., 65, So- Dec. 5. "Katie" DeJean, 75, King, Evansville, De(:. Remember these faithful departed in your prayers Jasper, Dec. 27. Kale William Giesler, infant, Precious Blood, Jasper, Dec. 28. Herman Gramelspacher, 70, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 20. Ruth Gross, 76, St. Mary, Washington, Dec. 20. Ludwina Grundhoefer, 83, St. Joseph, Dale, Dec. 4. George P. Gubler, 86, St. Theresa/St. Joseph, Evansville, De(:. 28. Isabeile Harrison, 85, St. Benedict, Evansville, Dec. 4. Vernon Heath, 78, St. Mary, Washington, Dec. 14. Florence R. Henke, 74, Holy Family, Jasper, Dec. 19. Albert Hochgesang, 94, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 31. Donald Hohl, 65, St. Mary, James, St. James, Dec. 14. John Joseph Keller, 89, St, Peter, Montgomery, Dec. 26. Delores G. Lacy, 74, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Dec. 26. Dorothy Langebrake, 53, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Dec. 14. Clara M. Merkley, 91, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 8. Robert E. Miley, 66, St. Simon, Washington, Dec. 18. Ray Miller, 61, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Dec. 15. Joseph L. Minielli, 62, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Dec. 8. Margaret Reeves Mower, 70, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Nov. 30. Catherine Mundy, 90, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, Dec. 16. Max Padgett, St. Joseph, Bram- ble, Dec. 25. Heart. Vincennes, Dec. 5. Margaret Ross. 84, Christ the King, Evansville, Dec. 14. William M. Sander. 82. St. Mary, Ireland, Dec. 30. Sylvester Schmitt, 79, St. Joseph, Evansville, Dec. 16. Betty S. Siewers, 68. Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Dec. 10. Dr. William Daniel Snively, 81, St. Philip, St, Philip, Dec. 7. Arnold Stralman, 69. St. Mary, Huntingburg, Dec. 8. Verlada M. Stratmann. 83. St. James, St. James, Dec. 11. John T. Summers. 84. St. John, Loogootee. Dec. 26, Marie Swarm, 81, St. Mary, Washington Nov. 27. Helena Z. Truelove. 77. Sacred Heart. Vincennes. Dec 4. Josephine C. Weber. 81, St. Huntingburg, Dec:. 21. Dan Policy, 84, St. Benedict, Joseph, Jasper. Dec. 10. ,, Dorothy DieM, 68 St There" David Joseph Nolley Kane, in- Evansville, Dec. 1(1. Vsville, Dec. 15" , . .so, Robert M. Zinkan. 78, St. font, St. Mary, Washington, Dec. Alma D. Ray, 75, St. Simon, Simon, Washington, Dec. 27. 'merta Dinnel 79 S i?nnhbKriPKlr  t83M, aYt ii,g13D, S  ! ]Urbo dict, Ev- r.,- , , t. Bene .... . ' , . ansville, Dec. 1 These obituary notices were laniceEckstein 58, li ose h lmraa F'ar'ney, 73, St. Bone- s . dict' EVansville, Dec. 3. phC rvA Eileen F Floerke St Jose emete ssociation I'leart ,, ' , 74, Sacred r;;ln...cennes, Dec. 17. g rvpt - u t/erlach, 81 Precious pt tld'Jasper, Dec. 9.' ado s new re ulations for c s la131Giesler, 51, Holy Family, By PAUL R. LEINGANG sociation to have our Man- ceased along with the years of St. 00-eters, O.S.B., Mo0000age editor soleum looking beautiful at birth and death. dies all times, Trimborn said, He One of the regulations ,January 9 New regulations have been hoped everyone would agree states that "No fresh-cut flow- Services for Sis adopted for the St. Joseph that "these vases are an at- ors, wreaths, plantings or pot- Pe-- - ter Feliciana Cemetery Mausoleum by the tractive addition to our Man- ted plants, flower stand or la '' U.S.B., 88, who died decorative objects of any na- _' , were held lan. 13 at board of directors of the St. soleum." "urtastery Imm Joseph Catholic Cemetery As- The regulations of the ture are permitted on the cent-_ aculate Con- cemetery association are de- crypt fronts, furniture, floors hu'u. , Ferdinand, with sectarian. teji == m the convent ceme- The board recently ap- signed to look beyond the or ground within the man- proved the attachment of cer- present and establish a stan- soleum complex, including rain vases to the fronts of the dard which will help pre- corridors, chapel or patio Sister Peters t red the -llgregatio.nt, of t n iisters of mausoleum crypts, according serve the premises for the fu- areas." t l]eaedlct in 1931. She ture, Trimborn said. Non-perishable flowers or ade her final vows in 19.36 to Eugene Trimborn, secre- Regulations at the man- arrangements must not cover b tory-treasurer of the associa- soleum limit what mav be in- any portion of adioining crypt ,Year marked her sixheth lion. scribed on the crypt ront to fronts, according to the regu- si lee of reli ions rofes  Only non-perishable flow- the proper name of the de- lotions. 0ri. g P " ors or arrangements will be She Soy- - n'itted in the ei ht-inch 0rka+,Lved in domestic v ..... ' - , !g. Last Maryknoll Founder dies le k  toe monast,, ..... A . Dronze-coiol'ea plastic vases, l L 1 O.11U ill. Ulty, Cannelton St which are available for $45 k, tARYKMCILL M Y ttZ.NS before volunteering in 1912 I:' and the former ,o- through the cemetery office. "" .......................... e - ,uo ' ,-., ... Sister Mar- Gamma Shea, for what would becom the irto.., rlal Hosoital in Hunt- The fee includes installation ."7" , .  Y. - , first American community of oouro o ........ . _ . tile last rOtlrlolng memoer oI ,. . , ,. . , crafts .ne assisted with by cemetery personnel, trim- the Maryknoll Sisters, died relclgU:eF:oetheewaCteo 0rla-, -u sewing in the born said. Inn 8 at the Maryknoll Nurs- .-, ..... . . . 3w'.tery sewinn room for "It is the desire of the St. tug'Home She was 98 tamonc iorelgn missions.  " " In her first eight years in -,rs until 1991. Joseph Cathohc Cemetery As- One of seven founding religious life, Sister Shea did members of the Maryknoll housekeeping, laundrv and Sisters, Sister Shea spent 81 cooking for the Marvknoll years in religious life with the priests and brothers. She also order, with much of that time assisted in the publication of FISH FRYS devoted to mission work in Field Afar, the mission maga- DuringLent (except Good Friday) Japan and elsewhere, zinc that predated the current __ 7:0D p.m. (Feb. 26 - April 2) A funeral Mass for Sister Maryknoll magazine. --'- $5.50 (50 off coupon each week) $:9.50 Chicken Nugget $1.99 Shea was scheduled for Jan. She made her first vows in 12 at Maryknoll. 1921 and her final vows in TY 3635 Pollak Ave. Born Margaret Shea in 1924. Between Greenriver & Mann 476-7186 1894 in Westwood, Mass., She retired in 1968, at age s for Deaf and Hard of Hearing attended public schools 74, to California, Massi,. 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Dedsion is Clinton's The U,S. ambassador to the Vatican said Jan, 7 he would not comment on re- cent calls by Evangelical, Southern Baptist and Protestant organizations for President-elect BilI Clinton to abolish diplomatic rela- tions with the Holy See, Thomas Malady, U,S. am- bassador to the Holy Sea since 1989, said the deci- sion belonged solely to the new president. Vatican, Israel, closer The Vatican and Israel are close to an agreement which would allow for the establishment this spring ofl formal diplomattc re!a| tions. Rabli David Rosen, | director of interfaith rela- tions for ILion in Hibemians.