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I ] I [[ I I II I I I USI attend Newman IIII I I I I Ill Visit t Evansville's Most ] Beautiful Church [ ' " Visit , Grotto/Crypt 418 N. Wabash Conference Nine students from the University of Southern Indiana recently attended the In- diana Student Newman Association Spring Conference held at Pine Creek Campground near Lafayette, Ind. The theme was "Spiritu- ality within oneself and how it call be shared with others." USI students who attended include, top photo from left, Mike Bromm. Jenny Schuette, Paul Ebert. Jannay Nicholson. Mark Messmer, Kathy Schnetl, Kristv Schnell. Chad Hartmann and Chad Hae- fling, The USI Newman advisor Chris Hoehn also attended. Chad Haefling was elected vice-president during the conference. The University of Southern Indiana Newman Ministry Board meets monthly to disouss and make plans. The board consists of 21 members including faculty and staff members and parishioners around the dio- cese. Bottom photo, Julie Voegerl, Doris Oliver, Chris Hoehn, Father Tony Kissel, Connie Lueken, Katherine Fuchs, Pauline Bartek, Yvonne Floyd and Tom Corcoran gather around the table at a recent meeting. I I I I III IIII II I I IIII III III I - iistoric St .00;oniJ!ace 4 '  4 Summer Socia, MAY 23rd SUNDAY 10:30 - 9:00 There will be family style chicken and roast beef dinners served from 10:30 to 1:00 in our air conditioned auditorium. Carry-outs are available. Beef & Chicken (carryouts available) . Kids Rides Games - Goldfish BINGO from 2:00 to 8:30 p.m. Hamburgers Pronto Pups Polish Sausage Onion Rings Ice Cream Fries $1,500 in Total Prizes to be given away at 9:00 p.m. 1 st Prize $500.00 $25.00 attendance prizes all day long Altstadt Business Forms Lefty and Mark 710 N. MAIN 425-3393 A.",VS^.V ' REAL ESTATE - IN$IrltANCF TIRE CENTER REIS ,-,,, TIRES , II II DTmgU'tOR fOR IES.,TL ,'o,,/O0OC i , 41S*lllt -- Games of Chance B.B.Q. Soft Drinks Bingo - 12 Quilts Chinese Auction Family Style Dinners on Evansville's West Side ii iiiqp i i i "i uneral,Hons ..... WEST CHAPEL 3033 W. Maryland 424-2467 RibsChicken PorkBee! Ins(do DiningeBurgoo Complete Cdrry-Out Service CLOSED ON MONDAYS 425-1$6 3t t 9 w MARYLAND n AHLERS CHIROPRACTIC Dr. Max H. Ahlers 120 N. St. Joseph Evansville, IN 426-1131 SERVICE PARTS 424-2220 422-4488 ELLIOTT'S PARTS AND SERVICE CENTER We ervtc All Makes & Models STEVE ELLIOTT ASE Certified 2307 HIirmoy Way Evansville. IN 47712 ii PAUL'S PHARMACY P=ml S. Mayer D.Unlzenlch & P. Webley Plscdptlons Free Delivery 2107 W. FRANKLIN - 42S-4364 - MUENSTERMAN'S "Firestone COMPt.EIE AU'O SERVICE -- 424-5000 1400 W FRANKLIN PIERRE Funeral Home 423-6471 2601 W. Franklin Archbisho Continued wrote to then-Secr State James Baker Iraq's invasion and tion of Kuwait tuted a "just cause" for military force. But in the Iraq crisis cardinal also "raised (other) moral criteria just war and said strong questions, whether the, last-resort proportionality be met," Powers said. Archbisbop does essentially thing with regard to als for air strikes in for the lifting of the barge there, he said. there are some, high that have to be fore such [nilitary be morally justified. The misu] prompted Archbisho to issue a written May 13 clarifying tion. He said it was a reading of the letter tO pret it "as a endorsement of U.S. intervention in Bosnia. The letter, he said, U.S. isolationism in of the atrocities in at the same time it out "traditional ria" that must guide response. Carr said the ter specifically b; limited actions in Yugoslavia which do, least may, entail use tary force. It supports Establishment rary "safe havens" in to save lives and pie against the cleansing" political solution is "More concerte( sures" to protect besieged civilian and to ensure manitarian aid, "Continued of economic sanctionS. "Full imple and enforcement settlement in Bosnia cease-fire in Croatia." Archbishop R that the final probably require U.S. troops."  Throughout the archbishop oppoS tionism and described at one p( world communit responsibility to i to protect the lives rights of the peOP Bosnia." But Powers point that intervention diplomatic polit nomic or well as military. He imposition and of economic sanctions example. Carr described the "a classic case of trying to share tradition with the po ers while they are tional decision .... some reflections on criteria behind the that face the country. LinCo Coffee Indku 46 Varletlu ot