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17, 1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Life workshop scheduled at 2atholic Center R. LE1NGANG Message Editor Life worksho t) is Uled at the, Catholic on Salur(lay, May ,}, 30 to 11:30 a.ln. "Pro- is "a national letter- :anll]aign to persua(](,  in Congress to sup- lr0-1ife legislation," 61(:- g to a liro(:hur(; pro- organization. ting the workshop for Cole (if the BI1 Commilee for A Life, Amendment, In(:., of Washington, D.C. h}formalion aden! the leg- islative process and key pr(i- life legislation will be pre- senled, in(:lu(ling informatiim abou! the following topics: The Hyde Ainendment, whi(:h has ex(:lu(ie(t t'edera] fun(ling for Medi(:aid abor- lion (,'x(:el)t to saw) the life of th(; m(/ther. 'I'll{; Kemp-Kasten Amen(lm(;nl, whi(:h has barred Polmlalion assistance funds for organizations in- volved overseas in programs of co(,w(:ive aborthm or invol- Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 J. Trayh)r nt l)hoilo: 486-3285 t]nlary sterilizali(r-=. Tim Mexi(:o Cily Policy, a 1 !)84 a(lminisll'alion 1.)( lie2,, which (hmies funds to organi- zations which proinole ()r perform abiirtions abroad as a method of t'amily planning. A provision in Title X of the Publi(: Health Service. Act which llrohibits fe(tcral funds t:ronl I)eing used in prograins where al)ortion is a nlethod of fanfily planning. This statuh; ]HiS been th(; (/bject of re(:enl (:onh'oversy, sin(:e it has been interpreh;d by the administra- lion as prohibiting cxnmseling and referral for abortion in federally funded family plan- ning clini(:s. "I'll(; Free(toni (1t' Choice Act would require all stales to establish the right of a Medical Arts Pharmacy :3700 Bellemeade Avenue Phone 477-1532 Donald Gutzweiler City-Wide Delivery s Riverside Pharmacy Prescription Service urugs. Sundries - Cosmetics 4agazines. "We Deliver" Riverside and Governor 422-9981 Pharmacy le Delivery , 413 Locust Street hr) and Judy Stratman 425-5293 PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2107 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-4422 RUXER Fr. Raymond Brenner of Resurrection Church, Evansville, IN Presents AN ENCHANTING EUROPE TOUR FORD - LINCOLN - MERCURY woman to have all abortion for any reason prior h) viabil- ity, aim tbr life or "health rea- sons" tip to birth. Worksho I) participants will study Congressional voting records and begin writing let- ters. 'i'he National Commit(.'e tot a liuinan l,ife Amendment re- ports thai Indiana Republican Senators Richard Lugar and Dan (]oats both voted consis- tently for life on nine key leg- islative matters reaching the senate floor in 1991. The committe reports that Congressman Frank Mc- Closkey, eighth district Demo(:rat, voted pro-abortion on seven key matters reach- ing tile house floor in 1991. [ 1462.12003 AUTOTOPS, SEATCOVERS, BOAT COVERS" STEREO SALES & INSTALLATIONS 254-3943 HWY 50 EAST, BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELP, OWNaR Visiting Switzerland Austria and Germany September 8-19, 1992 $1,595 per person from Chicago (double occupanc ) isit Switzerland's lakeside resort of Lucerne, the Austrian Alpine village of Kitzbuhel, any's medieval town of Rothenburg. Also, "The Sound of Music" city of Salzburg, pital of Bavaria, Germany's "Romantic Road" and cruise on the River Rhine. INCLUDES First class hotels with private bath, breakfast daily, "Welcome" and dinners, tour is fully escorted, transatlantic flights by Sabena Belgian Airlines lets. NOTE: A "Preview Meeting" will be held Thursday, April 23 at 7:30 p.m. at Resurrection Church, 5301 New Harmony Road, Evansville, Indiana For more information and to receive a free color brochure call: Father Raymond Brenner 812-963-3121 "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" Miller Miller 424.-9274 I HAUBSTADT I ELECTRI ,Cl t Licensed, Bonded Insured I {..lt I Industrial, Commercial and Residential TONY NAZARIO P.O. Box 405 e12-768-5207 Haubstadt, IN 47639 rHq00 I L "'LI Hwy. 57 So, Washington, IN I 812-2544516 I /11 Prairie Village I II Living Center I SINCE 1888 Schum Monuments, Inc. DALE, INDIANA 937-4921 | i Peoples Trus! Company 59 SOUTH MAIN STREET P.O. BOX 191 LINTON, INDIANA 47441 r//f ILUMIER COMPANY 104 , 15 Church/World Pope picks Denver Pope John Paul II said he is going to Denver- which he has never visited to celebrate World Youth Day in August 1993 and said he wants the rally to be a "spiritual pilgrim- age' for young people worldwide. The pope ended weeks of speculation about the site during a Palm Sunday Mass at the Vatican April 12. Up to 100.000 people are ex- pected, Aug. 12-15. Auxiliaries named Two natives of Mas- sachusetts have been named auxiliary bishops for the ArchdioCese of Boston by Pope John Paul II. To be ordained bishops on May 21 are Father Joln P. Boles, pastor of St. Paul Church in Gambridge and chaplain of the Harvard- Radcliffe Catholic Center, and Msgr. John R, McNa- mara, pastor of St. Brigid Church in South Boston and a decorated retired ad- introit. Boston will :have six A Vatican official who affect the goverm m e n t i i t o n I y make s,,1 i fe harder for the poor, he said. ..... Timber area hurting The Seattle Archdiocese took up a special collection the weekend of April 45 to [ benefit parishe in three | counties of the archdiocese [ where the timber idnstry | has fallen on hard times.I Tighter regulation Of log, | ging in nationallforest land, sparked in part by the spotted owl ontro- versy, has contributed to unemployment, Bkon Romer0 I Recently discovered| audio tat  I -4