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March 22, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana II 11 Eastside consolidation efforts end for 1991-92 By MARY ANN HUGHES Message Staff Writer Members of the Eastside Study Committee in Evansville have agreed to discontinue their regular meetings, sig- nalled an end to consolidation efforts of Evansville's Eastside Catholic schools. "Catholic parishes on Evansville's Eastside are being encouraged to work together toward improving their schools, but school consolida- tion has been ruled out for the 1991-92 school year," said Phyllis Beshears, director of schools. Schools will still be en- couraged to work together towards "sharing resources as they look ahead to meeting PBA requirements and enhancing current programs." Schools also need to take a "closer look at exploring con- nections with Memorial High School," Beshears said. Parishes involved in the last phase of this study included Holy Spirit, Good Shepherd, Christ the King and Nativity, all in Evansville, and St. John the Baptist in Newburgh. Holy Rosary and St. Benedict parishes in Evansville had opted out of full participation in the Eastside Study Commit- tee following the committee's first proposal. That proposal called for converting St. Benedict to a junior high and transporting those kindergarten through sixth grade Students to other parishes. Beshears noted that parish identity emerged as an impor- tant issue during the two years that the Eastside Study Com- mittee was in existence. During the committee's tenure, it became apparent that no parish seemed willing to give up its established identity that was connected with having a parish school. Diorama Kelly Brown and Amanda Davidson, fourth graders at Resurrec- tion School, Evansville, construct an Indian diorama during an Indiana History class. They are the students of Kathy Sergesketter. CARRIAGE INN CHICKEN " STEAKS SEAFOOD " SANDWICHES PIZZA " COCKTAILS SERVING FROM 10:30AM to 10:30 PM CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 103 Gibson Haubstadt FAMILY RESTAURANT PARTIES SERVED FAMILY STYLE 768-6131 lmt JASPER SERVICE AND SHOPPING GUIDE i Buehlers I.G.A. "THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE'S SOURCE OF SAVINGS" QUALITY FOODS and MEATS Also Huntingburg and Oakland City KREMPP LUMBER CO. WHOLESALE BUILDING MATERIAl DISTRIBUTION & GENERAL CONTRACTING YARD CONSTRUCTION 4,82-1961 482-6838 JASPER BECHER & KLUESNER FUNERAL HOME Downtown Chapel, 214 E. 7th North Chapel, 33rd Newton I JASPER-HUNTiNGBURG "00O30 Car Wash Centers 3 Automatics 12 Self-serve Bays i JASPER LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph. 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER Continued from page 7 Academy's forensics Four students at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, qualified for the Indiana High, School Forensics Association regional competition. They ae DeAnna Caudillo, Pinar Ozdeger, Erum Mirza and Huma Mirza. Project Business Eighth graders at Good Shepherd School, Evansville, are participating in Project Business, a 12-week program offered through Junior Achievement. Jack S:hrager is the business consultant for the class. Once a week, a business person from the community teaches the students about business, economics, banks and job opportunities. Science fair projects Students at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, who sub- mitted their Science Fair projects to the Tri-State Regional Science and Engineering Fair sponsored by the University of Evansville are: Kimberly Weber, Scott Tindle and Kim Gries, eighth grade; Greg Raben, Jason Gries, Nicholas Helmer and Erin Smyth, seventh grade; Nikki Kempf, sixth grade. Octagon Club Officers of the Octagon Club at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdi- nand, are Buf Pierson, presi- dent; Lisa McDaniel, vice- president; Christa Coleman, treasurer; Beth Wollenmann, secretary. Bridget Hildenbrand, Jill Ebert, Elizabeth Watkins and Saluja Varghese are board members and Sister Betty Drewes, Sister Karen Durliat and Ann McKinney are club sponsors. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication date. Wrestling results "Memorial High School feeder school tournament wrestling results are reported by Larry Mattingly, league director. Individuals, schools and weight classes are as follows: Jarred Harvey, Holy Spirit Red, 50; Ross Titzer, Christ the King, 55; Kevin Dillingham, St. Theresa, 60; Adam Harvey, Holy Spirit Red, 65; Greg Schaefer, Holy Spirit Red, 71; Chris Nelson, Holy Spirit Red, 77; Scott Schaefer, Holy Spirit Red, 83; Jon Deters, St. John, Newburgh, 90; Andre Stevens, Evansville Chris- tian, 97; Travis Toll, Evansville Christian, 104; Kris Conger, Holy Spirit Red, 111; Joe Hancock, Christ the King, 118; Joe Angermeier, Christ the King, 125; Joe Merkel, Holy Rosary, 132; Patrick Mayes, St. John, Newburgh, heavyweight. Pope Continued from page 1 report issued by relief agencies said Israeli confiscations of Palestinian lands increased sharply during the two-month curfew, when Palestinians were unable to attend court hearings to protect their property. Rabbi David Rosen, a leading peace activist in Israel and a co- representative of the Anti- Defamation League of B'nai B'rith to the Vatican, said that the war hardened views on the Israeli side as well. Palestinian support for Saddam during the war reinforced the strong con- victions of Israelis that they live in a hostile environment, he said: Rbbi Rose'n said the best chance for peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian ques- tion will come from outside Israel and the occupied ter- ritories," possibly from third- party initiatives by the United qtates. i i BUSINESSOWNERS PAYING TOO MUCH FOR INSURANCE7 GIVE US A CALL We specialize in Property Liability Workers' Comp. INSURANCE AGENCY 464-5993 DENNIS K. FELDHAUS Mater Dei Class of '70 ,i