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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 Our I __ 7 first. When the tie she placed fourth as an alternate to in Kansas City :, Kara O&apos;Dono- ne Wan- Students at Holy Evansville, as winners in on con- the Arts Coun- Indiana and ers of" Amer- Work on April kickoff of "Take to Work" at Mar- Ferdi- program is a public which to- attention on girls' ens, spirit and ting in this pro- hopes to in- awareness of is- Women in the students con- Work to the real an oppor- nts to become with the local to Bene- ta Louise nformation K to The Mes- 169, Evans- deadline the Friday D'O'W.N.T.O.W. N NCENNEs. IN 47591 Displaying their art work Natalie Head, front row, Lindsay Kastner, Karen Hoffman, Brian Werner, Sam Durfee, back row, Keri Nell, Annie Boyles and Samantha Vanhooser show papier-mfichd Easter bunnies they made. They are kindergarten students at St. Theresa School, Evansville. Artistic endeavors John Helfrich, right, and other eighth grade students at Resurrection School, Evans- ville, create churches out of pretzels as part of their practical arts class. pealed for calm during a deadly wave of bombings i the final hours before the be ginning of South Africa 's his- toric elections. Calling the bombings "despicable acts of faceless slaughter," they urged the perpetrators to "come to their senses," not- ing that they would receive "the condemnation of the world and the judgment of God," Police: IRA kills again Irish Republican Army i guerrillas, firing a mortar| shell from the grounds of a | Londonderry Catholic [ church, killed their trd po-| the year, Virgin Mary. The killing raised 1994s death t011 froi!l violence by the IRA arid their Protestant extremist foes to 12. Pope calls president U.S, President Bill Clin ton and pope John Paul Ii spoke by telephone April P2, The call was part of the pope's last<litch effort to get changes in the draft docu; ment for September's U.N,: ,. Four Locations ZIEMER'SHEARS EAST CHAPEL S00 S. HEORON.AVE. MILLER & MILLER  "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" 424-9274 I I I II II II I II I II I I I I we',EYou,#.c,o00cE .... I i I:o, ,ow cosr Auro l, su,,00,ce Ii Independent Agent ;1 !! BA .[ Many companies to choose from ll OT]EE SHOP 79 years of experience :: */WW ! tlKMcIOUS HOMEMADi DONUTS INSURANCE AGENCY JAMESA.NIEMEIER I Mm B , 464"5993 , Mater Dei Class of '69 i a lnm Saal  f.  "Where customers send their friends mm&  Open nightly til 9 p.m. UcbelhoP & OPEN DAILY 1I4UT WI4 JUtlO4y IAItHPII OLD US 231 SOUTH - JASPER, IN - 482-2222 Did You Know: 1-800-937-USA1 OLDS CIERA is most trouble free car made in America J. D, Powers i I i li ] [ II iii ii ii i lUll I]1 ]1 I In II )member O