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I0, 1995 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Remember these faithful departed in your prayers LauraBeck, 93, St. Joseph, Clarence "T" Haag, 81, St. Laura M, Nord, 90, Mary, Helen Stone, 79, St. Jasper, Jan. 21. Peter, Montgomery, Jan. 13. Help of Christians, Mariah Joseph, Evansville, Dec. 29. IIelen V, Bender 75 St. Dorothy J. Hahl, 73, St. Hill, Jan. 22. Catherine Strange, 68, St. 'cis, Poseyville, Jan. 1.' 31. John, Loogootee, Jan. 20. Evansville, Henry Mandabach, 94, St. Joseph, Dec. ]t'ere. sa Bockelman, 95, Paul K. Hart, 34, St. John, Mary, Washington, Jan. 18. James Wagner, Sr., 76, sePh, Jasper, Jan. 14. Loogootee, Jan. 18. Helen Martin, 68, St. ,urthy Collins, 75, Good Gertrude Hartmann, 90, Agnes, Evansville, Jan. 6. Holy Spirit, Evansville, Jan. )hepherd, Evansville, Blessed Sacred Heart, Evansville, Jan. Charlotte A. White 22. )0a.. craraent, Oakland City, Jan. 20. Purkiser, 69, Sacred Heart, Margaret Wathen, 66, St. Martin J. Hochgesang, 85, Vincennes, Jan. 28. John, Loogootee, Jan. 13. . Richard "Dick" Doyle, 50, St. Mary, Ireland, Jan. 10. Anna Mae Rudisill, 86, St. Elaine Welder, 40, St. Ru- ll ' Peter, Montgomery, Jan. Emma J. Houeikamp, 84, Bernard, Rockport, Jan. 10. pert, Red Brush, St. John, 'i St. Celestine, Celestine, Jan. 6. Thelma Schnepper, 82, St. Newburgh, Jan. 1. , lie Durnil, 83, St. James Kettinger, 55, St. Joseph, Evansville, Dec. 31. Renus Weyer, 80, St. Ferdi- Washington, Jan. 29. Agnes, Evansville, Jan. 13. Fred Seib, 63, St. Bernard, nand, Ferdinand, Jan. 12. 8! OthyMarle Fetzer, 70, Lucille Kirkley, 81, St. Rockport, Jan. 24. Oscar L. Zenthofer, 80, St. r, Montgomery, Jan. 5. Peter, Linton, Jan. 31. Charles E. Singer St., 71, 'trude Elpers, 82, St. Charles W. Kroener, 84, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Jan. Anthony, Evansville, Jan. 6. s'Pseyville, Jan 14. Christ the King, Evansville, 28. St'. oert W. Greenwell, 88. Jan. 25. Albert J. "Bud" Steckler, These obituary notices were 0niface, Evansville, Jan. 18. " Rosa Lee Kuntz, 92, St. 62, St. Wendel, St. Wendel, submitted from parishes Jan. 6. throughout the diocese. I Ill ] ]] Hi-Tech Sheet Metal Inc. | Residential, Industrial & Commercial Heating & Cooling I I Installation Sales & Service ] [ 422-92"42 ! lOPeted by ichaet d Pci. oh 1s S. Third Avenue. Evansville 11 Reaction is mixed for President Clinto!!s n0mlna: tion of Dr. Henry W Foster Jr., 61, as surgeon general The president of the Family Research Council called the Nashdlle(:Tnni obstetril clan and gynecol0gist 'Ei dens Lite and said he hoped the nominee would not be confirmed by the Senate, But the Catholic ague for which had sngly 0pposedl former Sueon neral, Dr i I Joycolyn Elde,: thmuout | her tenure, tool a iwand:: | LOW P CO, CONSTRUCTION 482-6838 JASPER LUMBER CO. 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Floyds Knobs, IN 47119 Position available July 1, 1995 named, but :and idengfied him as a ':: year.old professional now living in the Baltim area. i Rhode Island priest under stmpension use of sexuallmoiestation in the mid.1980s, has been sen- tencod to 10 years in prison for a new conviction 6f sex: ual assault en a child. Police 'License to kill' i ! In a lecture on euthanasia, l Chicago Cardinal Joseph L'| Bernardin qaestioned whatl medical pfessmn if family| doctors: become "licensed to | kill:" Speaking at Roekhurst I College. in Kansas Cityi the | nal noted 'a dineert- ing  in attitude" in the UPJ S that is fueling . mOment to legalize eU' asia and assis suicide, in effect; gi,ing doctors a )i- n to kill. i1 i 111 i i iiii ii ............