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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 13 a says religious leaders gave needed support for democracy NESBURG, South fore his release Feb. 11, 1990. erik W. de Klerk and the positions in life and political citizens. South African la said to the support of aders that citizens the government and were ready of building South Africans Under apartheid, most brutal forms Y see the country of that bru- andela told about at a May 8 service for peace- The service, held Mandela offi- b president, was Y the South African F Cht es and coil- Stadium near Jo- Was "one force the height of the t b forgot that we 'said Man- 27 years in jail activities be- It was "one force which even then was truly nonracial," Mandela told the congregation and church leaders, which in- cluded retired Archbishop Denis Hurley of" Durban, Arch- bishop George Daniel of Preto- ria, council of churches Presi- dent Khoza E. Mgojo and Methodist Bishop Stanley Mogoba. "Every Sunday we (political prisoners) were visited by priests ... they made us realize that however difficult the situ- ation was, one day we would return," Mandela said. Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu had congrega- tion members waving their arms and saying, "We are the rainbow people of God; we are free, all of us, black and white together." In Pretoria, South Africa, a statement from the Southern African Catholic Bishops' Con- ference said "the generous con- ceding of defeat" by outgoing South African President Fred- "equally magnanimous (vic- tory) speech" by Mandela May 2 "have set an example for all South Africans to reach beyond themselves and extend a hand of friendship and cooperation to all others, regardless of their political affiliations or leanings." "The challenges facing South Africa in having to overcome the legacy of apartheid are .of such magnitude that the good will and cooperation of each and every South African is crit- ical for the future good of our country," the bishops said. The conference "rejoices with the people of South Africa on at last having attained their political freedom." The interim constitution, the new flag and national anthem, as well as the elections "have all served to free South Africans, black and white, from the oppression and slavery of centuries of discrimi- nation and division." "The wonderful participation of South Africans of all ages, persuasions in the elections was in itself an extraordinary sign of reconciliation and of God's working in and through people," the bishops said. They commended the newly elected politicians for pledging to work for the good of all "We appeal to those parties who have not done well in the elections as well as to those who stayed out of the elections to examine in what ways they, too, can help build a new South Africa," they said. Illinois legislators hear high school students on drunk driving ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (CNS) -- Who says high school students can't make a differ- ence in government? Eleven who attend St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights saw their efforts pay off when the bill for which they had lobbied passed the Illinois Senate on a unanimous vote April 21. But what really makes the students' actions unusual is what they lobbied for: tougher penalties for those under 21 who are caught drinking and driving -- a stand that has not won them popularity contests at their own school. "We got a lot of comments from people saying we should mind our own business," said 17-year-old Theresa Warchol, a senior. "But it is my business if they choose to drink and drive, for they could kill one of my friends." Miss Warchol belongs to Lions Living Free, the school's 2-year- old substance abuse awareness group. It began sev- eral years ago as a chapter of Students Against Drunk Driv- ing, known as SADD. z Historic St. Boniface Summer Social 418 N. WABASH AVENUE SUNDAY MAY 22 10:30 9:00 Paul's Pharmacy Paul S. Mayer D. Linlzenich & P. Webley wE NOA PCS PUN. UEOCAD. COA INSURANCE CARDS. RENT HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT, 2107 W. Franklin -4254364- rescripUone Flee Delivery MUEN$1rERMAN,S T=resrone OuPt Erie AUTO $1Fv( -- 424-5000 ..- t400 W FRANKLIN 1500 in Total Prizes to be given away at 9:00 p.m. 1st Prize- $500.00 $25.00 attendance prizes all day long, BINGO from 2:00 to 8:30 p.m, inc will be family style chicken and roast beef dinners served from to 1:00 in our air-conditioned auditorium, Carry-outs are available. )u ers rornto Pups olish. Sausage I Rings Cream ries & Chicken Carryouts Available Kids Rides B.B.Q. Soft Drinks Bingo- 12 Quilts Chinese Auction Family Style Dinners Evansville's Great West Side Visit GrottoCrypt City ,% PorkeBeef Mark Inside DiningeBurgoo Complete Carry-Out Service 393 c,osD oN Mo,D,,,S 425-1616 3119 W MAYL ,&NO Funeral Homes WEST CHAPEL 303. W. Maryland 424-2467 TIRE CENTER i ;J I TIRES ..., PIERRE Funeral Home 423-6471 2601 W. Franklin AHLERS CHIROPRACllC Dr. Max H. Ahlers 120 N. St. Joseph Evansville, IN 426-1131 ANNIVERSARY R,4L 57 qTE . /NSIRC[