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1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 page 7 nts recognized at the Heights Academy and Service Assem- at the Athletic Ban- uby Carner of f0ur-year art pro- !certificate and member- 100-Point Club. Ebert of Ferdinand, z Spanish Award, sity Liberal Unior Scholar, I Dare ) award. Dickson of Jasper, Walter Goebel Sci- Sister Generose Studies award, In- of Teachers of award. Verkamp of Fer- three-year art pro- Send information NOTEBOOK to Hughes, The P.O. Box 4169, IN 47724. Copy is 9 a.m. the Fri- Music festival Band and choir members at Memorial High School, Evansville, participated in the North American Music Festival at Georgia Tech University in Atlanta, Ca. The band received a good rating in Concert Band-AA and the choir received a superior rating in Mixed Cho- rus-AA. Karen Miller is choir director. The band is directed by Jim Walling; assistant di- rector is Julie Anoskey. D'O'W'N'T,O'W.N VINCENNES, IN 47591 COMPLETE SERVICE C INC. IELLVILLE, IN 18 GERMAN FOOD ' SALAD BAR E PARTIES ; NEEDS, CALl. 162S. An outdoor experience CATHEDRAL Sixth graders at Holy Redeemer School, Evansville, enjoy the great outdoors at Camp Ondessonk during a class field trip. The camp's Outdoor Education Program is designed to heighten the use of the five senses through outdoor experiences. The sixth graders are students in Pat Flake's and Toni Keeneth's classes. il i I Supp0rt your ,oca, pro-,ife organizations J FESTIVAL I Miller & Miller Colonial Chapel Supports the Knights of St. John MEMBERS |rid Woods, Vincennes, Indiana AY, JUNE 12 a.m. until 2 p.m. d Chicken Dinners Dessert, Tea or Coffee - $5.00- CHILDREN - $3.00 Hot Dogs Ice Cream Fricassee by the bowl and carry-out COUNTRY STORE and Games CORDIALLY INVITED Bernie Miller Gerald Miller Jon Miller Greg Betz IIII ctlaIle; H I0rlti:q FUNERAl DIRECTOR FaIIe) i FUNERAL HOME Pre-planning ..... Because you care 425-2896 F l,)Nl At DIFCION I famil ..... Clinton to sr Our nation J awayfrom promting a| agenda  destructive of oul own society and::of the nal Secretariat tivities. Urges U.N. The United Nations must have a strong presence in Rwanda to give emergency] protection to civilians and J humanitarian aid werkera| and to set the stage for even,] tual peace, said krchbishop | Paul Tabet, the Vatican'si envoy to U.N. agencies based in Geneva. More than half a million people are believed to have died in the fighting since early April , Killer executed Washington state's Catholic bishops called the execution of convicted mur- derer Charles Campbell in- equitable, vengeful and inef- fective in deterring crime, Campbell was hanged at the state prison in Walla Walla May 2 for t e murder of two women and an 8-year- old girl. ,Rejects suicide Patients who are poor, el- derly or socially disadvan- taged would face the greatest risks if physician. assisted suicide, according to a Ne York state task farce that has unanimously.re- jected legalizing assisted sui- cide or euthanasia. The re- port said that individuals- have a constitutional right to decide to forgolife-sustain' ing measures but that the Honoring Galileo Galileo Galilei as the Vatican