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2 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana March 24, 1989 I II ECHS Board I Teachers attend meeting to show support for athletic director By MARY ANN HUGHES "I would like to recognize the Gerry Adams, principal at Message Staff Writer individuals who have shown M e m o r i a 1 H i g h S c h o o 1, up tonight to display their in- Evansville, reported that a A delegation of teachers from terest in the matter arising out visiting team from North Cen- Mater Dei High School, of the discharge of John Reinitz tral Association was scheduled Evansville, attended the March at Mater Dei High School. And, to visit Memorial this week and meeting of the Evansville I would like to thank all of you to give an oral report on Thurs- Catholic High School Board to for your interest in Mater Dei day, March 23. The steering show their support for John High School. committee for the North Central Reinitz, the fired athletic direc- "However, a grievance has accreditation consisted of tor at Mater Dei. been filed by Mr. Reinitz and Memorial faculty members Pat O'Neill, president of the because of this we must strictly Father Tom Kessler, Them ECHS Board, thanked the follow a grievance procedure Gore, She{la Jones, Larry delegation for attending the which has been established for Scheller, Linda Eberhard and meeting, but told them that any some time by the board. This Fred Lauterwasser. public discussion at that time procedure calls for John and would be "unfair." Walt (Bowman) to present their Way of the Cross Eighth graders at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon, performed living stations of the cross during Lent. Here, two soldiers watch as Jesus falls the first time. The soldiers are Duane Brenner and Jamie Cross; Jesus is portrayed by Jason Spindler. The stations of the cross were directed by Larry Money, eighth grade teacher. -- Message Photo by Mary T. Ellert Medical Arts Pharmacy 3700 Bellemeade Avenue Phone 477-1532 Donald Gutzweiler CRy-Wide Delivery PAUL'S Pharmacy Paul Mayer, Owner 2170 W. Franklin St. 425-7141 i Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken end Rebecca Hacker ,8 53.7141 Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists H. 62 end N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. , 425-44, Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locu=t Strqet John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 i i i Duncan's Riverside Pharmacy Sundrl Mapzirm+ - "We Dv,m"' Corner Riverside and Governor Evansville 422-9981 iiii ii ii i Newburgh Pharmacy BILL REINE, Pharmacist Complete Prescription Service and Health Supplies Phone 853-6166 :: "''i.ii  ,.::i::i.: i: :!:. ::. ..::.::.:  :"' > . ;:;:::::: .:. case to the personnel committee of this board. This procedure has been established to allow both sides time to prepare their statements that are pertinent to this incident. "Any discussion of this mat- ter prior to the personnel com- mittee's meeting with both par- ties is unfair to the parties con- cerned and could possible bias some member of that committee and we can't let that happen. "If anyone wants to show their support for John or Walt, please offer your assistance to them. If John or Walt feel they need your help in presenting their case to the personnel com- mittee, they will be in touch with you." The personnel committee was scheduled to meet Wednes- day, March 22. At its March meeting, the ECHS Board voted to spend $30,000 for repairs on the con- vent at Mater Dei. Dave Tieken, chairperson of the building committee, recom- mended that the ECHS Board borrow the funds from the Diocese of Evansville. In his report he noted, "Cur- rently the facility is in need of some major repairs: 1) The roof area on the single story needs to be replaced, 2} the Granolux ex- terior fascia needs to be repaired, as the exterior layer is delaminating from the substrate, 3} Some brick tuck pointing is required up on the roof, and 4) Some interior pain: ring is required to cover the water leak stains." The ECHS Board also voted to spend $18,000 to remove asbestos from the boiler room area of Mater Dei during spring break. This removal is "emergency type work," Tieken said. At the meeting, Bowman in- formed the board that Joe Dip- pel has assumed the duties of interim athletic director at Mater Dei. Gus Harris-Blaxton and Mark Senn are dividing the Dean of Students duties. Bowman said the Evansville West Side Nut Club has donated $11,723 to Mater Dei to be used for a variety of activities. Sr. Crosby dies March 11 Services for Sister Agnes Christine Crosby, 68, who died March 11, were held March 13, at Our Lady of Greenwood Church in Greenwood, Ind., with burial in the St. Mary-of- the-Woods Convent cemetery. Sister Crosby entered the Sisters of Providence communi- ty in 1938 and made her final vows in 1947. She taught in schools staffed by the Sisters of Providence, in- cluding St. Joseph School, Jasper. Renewal... Rebirth... Rejoice... in the Miracle of Easter EASTER BLESSINGS FROM THESE EVANSVILLE FIRMS I  EVANS CAFE 1010 S. Kentucky Avenue 423-0039 DONAHUE STUDIOS 620 Court Street 425-4511 ACCA COMPANIES, INC. 4501 E. Morgan Avenue 479-8905 IDEAL AMERICAN DAIRY 700 E. Missouri Street 424-3351 KUESTER'S H/RDWARE 020 Diamond Avenue 422-3293 LOUISVILLE TILl , COMPANY ..... 1417 N. Cullen Road 473-0137 , Adams predicted that Memorial will have a freshman class of 210 to 215 students in the 1989-90 school year. He told the ECHS Board that the Friends and Alumni Association's annual auction netted over $35,000 and that the West Side Nut Club has donated $2,000 to Memorial. ii Hill 11r I Buehlers I.G.A. "The Thrifty Housewife's Source of Savings" QUALITY FOODS, MEATS ' HUNTINGBURG Compliments Nass & Son Inc. FUNERAL HOME Huntingburg, Ind.