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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I pro-life exhibit comes to Evansville and Vanderburgh to Life will be hosting a ; the National Bishops, The Peo- Hope and Love Tuesday evening, to Life Annual Ban- quality exhibit high- movement's 25 vears to Women and children in of abortion. ry of the broadest t in our nation's his- ur themes: Remem- Remembering the Child; :t Speaking Truth to )f ordinary Americans who es at the service These Americans, women in crisis preg- for those who have no !i. XLS Stk. #TC2263A 8,800 ASTRO VAN #TC1982B power to speak for themselves, is remem- bered and honored. The exhibit is divided into four equal panels of beautiful pictures and moving text, We are reminded that "Each of us is called by God to honor the life of every human person." The exhibit highlights Mother Teresa's words, "Any country that accepts abor- tion is not teaching its people to live, but to use any violence to get what they want." The exhibit is funded by the N.C.C.B. and the Knights of Columbus. In order to view the exhibit, plan to arrive at the banquet at 5:30 p.m. One of the four panels of the pro-life exhibit shows the eyes of a woman who realizes "I will never be the same" after an abortion. '96 CHEVY 112 TON 4X4 Silverado, Red, Stk. #41175A Over 200 '96 CHEVY SUBURBAN U 4X4 Stk. #40810A Was ,,. s s26,900 EXT. CAB #40862A Everyday '13,300 LT #41184A There is one to fit your style and needs! '96 FORD F-150 XLT 2 WD, Stk. #403858 Was $'5,987 s s14,750 '17,950 i: i '96 CADILLAC DEVlLLE Maroon, Leather, Stk. #66261A Was '95 CHEVY TAHOE LS 4X4 $23,988 IS s21 Blue/Silver, V8, Stk. #410658 '96 CHEVY CORSICA Maroon, V6, Stk. #66287 Was '1 $'1,988 ;s s9,800 Was $2,,9 Is 9,750 Carf "Where Customers Send Their Friends" 0000Dl]iS Inc. - za  TOYOTA JASPER, IN 482-2222 --- 1-800-937-USA1 Dealership WebsiCe at: .92 BUICK CENTURY .92 CADILLAC DEVILLE .90 CHEVY BERETTA '95 CHEVY MONTE CARLO .93 FORD TAURUS '90 HONDA ACCORD .92 MERCURY TOPAZ 92 OLDS 88 '93 OLDS aERA 94 OLDS ACEVA '95 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME '94 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 93 TOYOTA CAMRY 95 TOYOTA CAMRY 94 CHEVY 2WD '95 CHEVY  VAN '95 CHEVY TAHOE '96 CHEVY $-10 Abortion, violence linked by San Francisco statement SAN FRANCISCO (CNS) The Respect Life Commission of the San Francisco Archdiocese, in an April 7 Statement, deplored   the escalahon of violence" in the United States and linkKt it to the promotion of "a culture of death" in this countD'. The church's challenge is "to raise the national conscience that every human being has the right to life and a dignity that may not be violated," the corn;= mission said. . 'q'he appaUhg escalation in our times of the fierce and fatal vio- lence peqetuated by indMduals to soh'e personal problems and frustrations.., are certainly symp- toms of an expanding culture of death;" the commission stated. "'It is an unfortunate omission that most who assess the causes of the increase in personal vio- lence do not factor in the possi- ble impict of legalizecl killing," it id. The commission noted that the number of violent crimes against indMduals has risen steadily since the 1973 Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision making abortion legal, and that between lC90 and lq95 alone the number -of st|ch crimes  by 21 percent. "The increasing acceptance of legalized killing is frightening," the commission said, Ed. L. Lee Mortuary 101 North Meridian Street Washington, IN 254-3612 - FOR COMPLETE | ' ELECTRICAL SERVICE: ]' FISCHER ELECTIUC INC. I . ,, -,--,, ,, II II I[ ii J I I ii r