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  1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana mber these faithful departed in your prayers Anders, 103, St. Earl Cherry, 71, Precious Wendel, Evansville, April 19. Evansville. April 10. Evansville, March 7. Blood, Jasper, April 12. Alvin J. Koressel, 74, St. Daniel Roos, 65, St. Ferdi- Francis Eileen Barmen, 103, oods, Ind. Barren, 78, St. April 18. W. Beeker, 81, Sa- Evansville, April 91, Holy Spirit, 3. 60 St. An- 7. 91, Holy )ril 28. Briedenbach, Evansville, 83, St. An- March 16. 37, St. April 16. Pamela Dunn, 46, St. John, Loogootee, April 14. Francis Flynn, 82, St. John, Newburgh, April 8. Adelle Frederick, 66, St. Anthony, Evansville, March 20. Oscar F. Gehlhausen, 82, St. Mary, Ireland, April 13. Jeanette M. Gilles, 71, Corpus Christi, Evansville, April 9. Andrew J. Goedde Or., 89, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haub- stadt, April 22. Roy Greenwell, 77, St. Martin, Loogootee, May 6. Marjorie C. Jackson, 85, St. Peter, Linton. April 1. Olivia Joest, 93, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt. April 27. Alfred J. Koch, 69, St. MILLER & MILLER "Funeral "Pre-Planning Since 1940" 424-92'14 Suicidal? Feeling Hopeless? HELP LINE 1-800-852-7279 FE, confidential assessments and help! DRAL HEALTH CENTER THANK YOU HOSPITAL I! I I'il|lll ];ir" :,-alt,-t" Anthony, Evansville, Feb. 26. Bertha E. Kraek, 80, Res- urrection, Evansville, April 6. Tillie Lents, 89, St. Mary, Washington, April 27. Margaret Menghini, 81, Holy Spirit, Evansville, April 20. Anna Mereker, 91, St. John, Newburgh, April 8. Charles "Bud" Merrill, 76, St. Rupert, Red Brush, April 11. Fred Nieten, 95, Sacred Heart, Evansville, April 11. Thurman Oxley, 64, Pre- cious Blood, Jasper, April 22. David F. Painter, 73, Sa- cred Heart, Vincennes, April 17. Gary Parsons, 31, St. Ce- lestine, Celestine, April 24. Florence Reidhaar, 81, St. Rupert, Red Brush, April 14. Bernard C. (Barney) Roe, 79, Christ the King, Main Street Pharmacy 217 E. Main St., Downtown WastiJngton Phone: 254-5141 Thank you St. Jude for suc- cessful surgery for myself and four of my relatives. RPH hand, Ferdinand, April 28. Dorothy Leonard Ruder, 89, Sacred Heart, Evansville, April 1. Hugo Sehaeffer, 69, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, April 30. Marie Sehroeder, 72, St. Peter, Celestine, April 21. Gilbert E. Schweizer, 69, Corpus Christi, Evansville, March 26. Virgil E. Stangle, 28, Sa- cred Heart, Vincennes, April 26. Anna M. Striegel, 93, St. Joseph, Jasper, April 23. Lucy Stolz, 81, St. An- thony, Evansville, March 5. Orville Summers, 86, St. Joseph, Jasper, April 15. Elnora E. Thorbecke, 71, St. Theresa, Evansville. April 2. Laveda Traylor, 68, St. Mary, Washington, April 29. Arthur Robert Waddy, Sr., 80. St. John, Evansville. April 19. Bertha Weyer, 78, St. Fer- dinand. Ferdinand. April 14. Devin Winkel, 2, St. John. Newburgh, April 1. Kurt Zoglman, 27. St. .Joseph, Jasper, April 7 These obituary notices were submitted from parishes throughout the diocese. The First So,:ial of 1994! Thursday, Friday, & Saturday May 19, 20, & 21 I $1ooo or for I "Chicken & Roast Beef Dinners sewed each evening q- 7 P.M. in cafeteria "EXecutive Inn Karaoke Showtime 6 - 10 P.M., Thursday, May 19 Live broadcast by WYNG on Thursday, May 19th, 4 - 7 P.M. Nativity 15 ops of Illinois,, death penalty, [ that his life be sT ] More than 75 percent of| U.S. Catholics, lik their fel- | low Americans, back capital I punishment, according to a 1991 Gallup Poll. But that fig,are drops to 50 percent if life without parole is pre- sented as an alternative. Opposes abortion Pennsylvania Gee. Robert P. Casey has urged Congress to remove abortion coverage from the Clinton administra: tion's national health care pian. Casey said the Clinton proposal will nullify Iong* standing federal restrictions on taxpayer-funded abor- tions, jeopardize some state abortion laws that have been upheld as constitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court, cost taxpayers an estimated $730 million a year, and go against the beliefs of the ma- jority of Americans. Fasting in protest Two priests are among 11 people on a 40-day protest fast in Washington, D,C, Maryknoll Father Roy Bour- geois and Jesuit Father William J, Btchsl wantan and to funding Of the US Army School of the Americas in Columbus. Ga. Graduates of the school include former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega and several Sal- vadoran military officers im- plicated in the deaths of mis- sionaries, priests and nuns. Pope recovering Doctors said Pope John Paul II was recovering well from a thigh hone fracture and reconstructive-surgery, but would need several weeks before fully resuming his duties. The pope, who celebrates his 74th birthday I May 18, fell getting out of| the bathtub April 28. I Crime ] 3635 Pollack Ave. Evansville, IN