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!,:1994 The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ber these faithful departed in your prayers Altstadt, 87, St. Evansville, May 12. Auberry, 91, Sa- Vincennes, April Barbry, 32, Evansville. Blankenberger, 77, Evansville, May nand, Ferdinand, May 21. John L. "Jack" Fox, 63, St. Boniface, Evansville, May 20. Dorsie I. Fraker, 85, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, May 23. Frank U. Fromme, 72, St. Joseph, Jasper, May 1. Lynn Michelle Fuhs, 12, Precious Blood, Jasper, May 25. Bradley L. Gries, 24, St. John the Baptist, Newburgh, May 7. Anna Mae Gunselman, 79, St. Joseph, Jasper, May 18. Ida Mac Healy, 61, St. Mary, Washington, May 23. Mildred C. Helfrich, 76, Holy Angels, New Harmony, May 11. Walter Hillenbrand, 71, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, April 27. J. Sherman Hinkebein, 88, St. Mary, Evansville, May 70, St. Martin, !4 May 14. Durcholz, 93, Jasper, May 23. Elliott, 92, St. May 12. Emmons, 75, St. May 29. Erny, 82, Precious May 20. 57, St. Ferdi- MILLER & MILLER "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" 424-9274 THE KING 78, Christ the King, Evans- ville, May 15. Lorene Hollander, 84, St. Anthony, Evansville, May 15. Myra K. Holscher, 52, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, May 25. Mary Ann "Nancy" Hopf, 59, St. Mary, Ireland, May 2. Mary Houston, 88, St. John the Baptist, Newburgh, May 8. Kenneth Humbert, 37, St. Joseph, Jasper, May 22. Donald Hurst, 52, St. Mary, Ireland, May 22. Anna L. Johnson, 72, St. Rupert, Red Brush, May 21. Henry C. Kempf, 73, St. Mary, Ireland, May 18. Herman Kiefer, 98, St. Joseph, Jasper, May 17. Donald W. Koewler, 61, St. Boniface, Evansville, May 17. Virginia Kordes, 77, St. Anthony, St. Anthony, May 7. Carolyn Kress, 93, St. Joseph, Jasper, May 22. Margaret Lueken, 89, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, May 15. John Lytwynczuk, 71, St. Philip, Mt. Vernon, May 12. Mary (Bernie) McKimmy, 77, St. Joseph, Princeton, May 17. Jewel L. Nelson, 66, St. Joseph, Evansville, May 11. Joan Nonte, 64, St. Joseph, Jasper, May 25. Mary Underhill, 79, St. Mary, Huntingburg, May 17. Mary Alice Roos, 71, St. Joseph, Dale, April 18. Bettye Sartore, 90, St. An- thony, Evansville, May 3. Martha D. Sproat, 66, Sa- cred Heart, Vincennes, May 12. Marie M. Stofleth, 80, St. Theresa, Evansville, May 6. Raymond Werne, 88, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, May 22. Beth Ellen White, 39, St. John, Newburgh, May 18. Robert Wilbers, 62. St. An- thony, Evansville, May 15. Timothy J. Wilson, 44, St. Mary, Washington, May 4. Mildred L. Winiger, 78, Christ the King, Evansville, May 5. Gus Wolzenski, 82. St. Joseph, Dale, May 9. UMMER U N E 16. 17. 18 JOESTEAMIT STEAM CLEANING JOE ESPARZA (812) 477-8861 PEOPLE'S FURNITURE COVERT & BOEKE 476-7661 s Home-cooked Dinners Every Night 5- 7 pm Thursday- Turkey or Chicken Dinners Adults: $5 - Kids under 12:$2.50 [ Friday- Beef or Fish Dinners Adults: $5.50 - Kids under 12:$2..50 Saturday- Chicken or Turkey Dinners Adults: $5 - Kids under 12:$2.50 RAFFLES 1st Prize- S1,000 d Prize. Patio Set (S500 Value) Prize. S200 4th Prize .$100 2 Hand-crafted Lawn Chairs Handmade Ouitts to be Raffled BINGO NIGHTLY 7:15 PM RIDES. GAMES. FUN. FOOD Evansville Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. 24-hr. Emergency Service Dan Flittner, owner 422-7755 , INC. Hundreds of Quality products 423-2133 Bernie Little's RIVERHOUSE HOTEL & RESTAURANT 20 WALNUT STREET = EVANSVILLE TORIAN, HOFMANN & DILLOW INSURANCE Gregory K, Hofmann (812) 424-5503 PROFESSIONAL CHIMNEY SERVICE Bruce Johnson-Owner/Operator 428-3730 ZIEMER FUNERAL HOMES FOUR LOCATIONS EVANSVILLE BARBER & HAMILTON LAW OFFICES 123 N.W. 4th St. LAWOFFICES FRANK NASS UMBACH&ASSOCIATES, CPA Main ELECTRIC 100 N, St. Joseph Ave., 476-3622 428-2244 These obituc, rv nrtlce wc/'e submitted from pt ,ishes throughout the diocese,. Preservation ContDued from page 1 at Vincennes Uniwwsi U. Also involved in the work of the task force were Bishop Get- telfinger, Sister Bond, and Rudy Montejano, executive di- rector of the Catholic Educa- tion Foundation, Evansville. Members of the Old Cathe- dral parish council were also involved. The final meeting of the task force was held at Old Cathe- dral in Vincennes on June 2. A new advisory committee will be formed in July. Members of the new advi- sory group will include histori- ans, a curator, a conservation preservation professional, an architect, a theologian, a mu- seum planner, a librarian and archivists. Peter LaPaglia, a consultant with LaPaglia and Associates of Murfreesboro, Tenn., will be assisting with the completion of the diagnos- tic study, conceptual plan and the final design. Correction An article in the June 3 issue of the Message incor- rectly listed the date of a Marian Family Day Celebra- tion in Jasper. The incorrect date was also listed on the Bulletin Board page. The celebration will be held on the grounds of the Providence Home, on Sun- day, June 26, at 4 p.m. i Thank you St. Jude for four successful surgeries. ILP.H. ii i i Pharmacy 217 E,.Mn St. DowntownWasfington Phone: 254-5141 11 Urges Church at colleges, universities I a ar Catholic Chl presence is needed in:Umr: | sity communities to guise! students and guarantee that| faith: and knowledge are in | dialogue, said a new Vati I document. "The Presence of| the Church in the University I andin University Cultu;" I was released June 7by the I Congregation for Catholic | Education and the Imntifil ! councils for the laity and for | culture. : ! It focused on Catholic rain-I r istry and outreach at all uni ! versities, Catholic and seeu| lar. The document called for, i a concerted effort by bishops conferences, dioceses and parishes to ensure a stable and adequate ministry tO students and university staff members ............................. Refugees get Humanitarian agencies are moving quickly and ef- fectively to meet basic needs of Rwandan refugees who are coming across the bor- ders into Tanzania and Bu- rundi, according to an Irish priest with an agency in- volved. Holy Ghost Father Jack Finucane also said that inside Rwalada the Hutu and Tutsi tribes were engaged in genocidal attacks against each other, and that no end to the killing is in view, ,,.Arrests made Green B arrested: have stolen more $40.000 from and offices at vents and Cardinal dies Retired Cardinal Munoz Vega of Ecuador,