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i i t4, 1993 The Message  for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana rnber these faithful departed in your prayers E. Adams, 87, St. An- John Henry Effing, 83, St. John F. Harpenau, 68, St. 2. Lie, March 30. Lou Allen, 59, St. Evansville, April C. Bahr, 87, Sacred Vincennes, F. Barn, 47, St. Evansville, April 7. Bernard Beck, 6, St. Meinrad, St. , April 7. "Tony" Bilskie, Church, Vin- 20. Boullie 47, Sacred April 8. ' Consuelo (Margaret Burtschi, 91, St. Indiana, Cambron, 87, King, Evansville, ano, 78, St. Newburgh, Deicheldohrer, 96, Evansville, April L. Deig, 78, St. Mount. Vernon, Joseph, Vanderburgh County, Evansville, March 31. Leota Effing, 81, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County, Evansville, March 31. Irene M. Feldhaus, 81, St. Boniface, Evansville, March 31. John H. Fields, 75, St. Joseph, Evansville, April 26. Agatha Fleck, 97, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, April 20. Aloysius Fleck, 70, St. Mary, Huntingburg, April 29. Emma R. Folz, 90, Good Shepherd, Evansville, April 21. Charles L. Gadlage, 54, Precious Blood, Jasper, April 5. Leo Galey, 66, St. Theresa, Evansville, April 22. Leo Gerteisen, 69, St. An- thony, Evansville, March 3. Mary A. Gilles, 73, Good Shepherd, Evansville, March 12. Emma J. Gootee, 87, St. John, Loogootee, April 8. Nicole Grass, 3, St. Henry, St. Henry, April 22. Josephine Greenwell, 90, St. John, Loogootee, April 4. Joseph, Dale, April 13. Maxine J. Hill, 67, St. Boni- face, Evansville, April 29. Chet Kares, 75, St. Bene- dict, Evansville, May 2. Alphonse G. Klein, 86, St. Joseph, Jasper, April 18. Lawrence Koch, 83, St. An- thony, Evansville, March 15. Donald Lahay, 63, St. Mary, Washington, April 14. Sadie E. Lappe, 91, St. Boniface, Evansville, April 22. Sister Marie John (Lillian Catherine) Laswell, 93, St. Mary-of-the-Woads, Indiana, April 19. Robert R.J. Lenahan, 31, Gld Cathedral, Vincennes, April 17. Raymond Letts, 72, St. John, Loogootee, April 4. Sister Agnes Mahoney, 84, St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Indi- ana, April 22. Arthur Market, 83, St. An- thony, Evansville, March 29. Thelma Louise Martin, 72, St. Wendel, Evansville, April 24. Thomas W. Matchett, 85, St. Boniface, Evansville, May Clinton meets with Catholic on, health care reform FRAZIER O'BRIEN News Service (CNS) -- leaders inter- care reform is- with first lady Clinton April a reform plan everyone abortion cover- listened in- the group, inistra- ng and g input atholic commu- a U.S. Catholic )ress release 5. leaders and agreed to con- ue over-health plan is de- Congress decides how to lth care in the it added. Was led by Car- A. Hickey of a member of the ps' Committee on Ctivities, and in- of the Health Asso- lic Charities The session with Mrs. Clin- ton came less than two weeks before a closed-door meeting of all U.S. archbishops in Chicago May 11 on health care reform. The press release described the April 29 meeting as "a substantive, constructive and helpful discussion of the need for comprehensive health care reform." "The delegation stressed the Catholic community's long and strong support for comprehensive reform, the need for universal access to health care, significant deliv- ery reform, effective cost con- tainment and real respect for pluralism and human life," it said. "The group also shared some of the human conse- quences of the failures of the current system and the con- viction that i.t would be a moral tragedy and serious mistake to burden health care reform with abortion cover- age that most Americans op- pose, according to recent polls," it added. Mrs. Clinton heads the ad- ministration's Health Care Reform Task Force, which was expected to present its health care reform proposals to the president in late May. In addition to Cardinal Hickey, the group included: Auxiliary Bishop John H. Ricard of Baltimore, chair- man of the USCC Domestic Policy Committee. John Carr, director of the USCC Department of Social Development and World Peace. Jesuit Father Fred Kam- mer, president of Catholic Charities USA. Sister Bernice Coreil, a Daughter of Charity who chairs the Catholic Health As- sociation's Leadership Task Force on Health Care Reform. Sister of Charity Jane Frances Brady, president of St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center in Paterson, N.J., and a member of the CHA task force. Jack Bresch, CHA gov- ernment liaison. Virginia McDermott, 74, St. Joseph, Jasper, April 21. Marie Helen Miller, 80, St. Simon, Washington, April 4. Irvin Moutoux, 86, St. Joseph, Evansville, April 28. Raymond Murphy, 85, St. Anthony, Evansville, April 21. Charles Nalin, 86, Good Shepherd, Evansville, March 19. Herman Joe Norman, 65, St. Boniface, Evansville, April 26. Josephine A. Nunnelly, 76, St. Simon, Washington, April 6. Edna Nurrenbern, 95, St. Benedict, Evansville, April 11. Lawrence Oser, 83, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, April 25. Robert H. Otto, 80, Mary Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, April 26. Susanna Paulin, 83, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, April 21. Harry Phillips, 78, St. An- thony, Evansville, April 3. Mary Ellen Quinn, 85, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, April 22. Bernard Sander, 49, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, April 7. Elizabeth Scherer. 69, St. Joseph, Jasper, April 21. Mary T. Seidenthal, 94, St. Anthony, Evansville, April 11. Thomas A. Sermersheim, 65, Holy Family, Jasper, April 30. Mildred M. Smiley, 84, St. Anthony, Evansville, March 29. Joseph T. Theby, 79, Christ the King, Evansville, April 11. Ellen Titzer, 90, St. John the Evangelist, Evansville, April 3. Irene A. Unfried, 85, St. Theresa, Evansville, April 17. Dorothy M. Voelker, 83, St. Boniface, Evansville, April 19. Bruce A. Walker, 37, St. Anthony, Evansville, April 21. William R. Weller, 97, Christ the King, Evansville, April 8. Minnie Winstead, 96, St. Joseph, Evansville, April 24. These obituary notices were submitted from: parishes : throughout thediocese: : .... 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