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17; 1998 The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Built in 1825 for Noon Day Stage Coach Stop & Trading Post OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS THE OLDEST RESTAURANT IN INDIANA 12 MILES NORTH OF EVANSVILLE 1 MILE EAST OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD OLDEST ORIGINAL LOG INN I Dine in the Original Log Room that Abraham Lincoln was in -in November 1844 DINNERS SERVED by Ala Carte Menu or FAMILY STYLE for 4 or More Draught Beer - Wine - Cocktails DINING ROOM SEATING 500 Serving Dinner from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday Closed Sunday and Monday Evansville Telephone 867-3216 GENE and RITA ELPERS, proprietors EARLY STAGE COACH STOP SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten AT HIS FEET Gospel for Sunday, July 19,1998 Luke 10:38-42 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, C Cycle, about two sisters, Martha and Mary. The word clues are left to fight in the order in which they appear in the reading. JESUS ENTERED VILLAGE WHERE A WOMAN NAMED MARTHA WELCOMED HER HOME SHE HAD SISTER MARY LORD'S FEET LISTENED .= CAME TO LEFT ME TO DO ,' TELL HER HELP MANY YOU ARE THINGS CHOSEN BETTER L E F T M E M O H R E H O T E M A C D A H E H S R W E L C O M E D B C A D E L L D P J O L E H W S R T D L T O D O T O O F A D E I H L K R T S M E U J M S I E A D E E A E O E A T N M R E R N N T Y S N E G A L L I V H P K U I N S R W H E R E S I S T E R Y N A M D L 0 D D 'D E R E Y N E P (c) 1998 Alt Publishing Co. :i!' DUBOIS COUNTY BANK z i00-7(ffff-00 MEMBER OLD NATIONAL BANCORP Member FD1C JR FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK Funeral Homes k M ERCUR Four Convenient Locations WEST CHAPEl" .... -  3o33w .,,o,No sT I I 482-1200 " LINCOLN - MERCURY NSTERMAN'S FIRESTONE ERVICE, INC. 1400 W. Franklin Evansville, IN 424-5000 Shefler /tCovin8 at StoraSe Evansville, Indiana 812-421-7750 \\; TRUCK AND TRAILER SALES STATE HW 57 EVANSVILLE, IN 47732 Trayeor Servee, Inc. Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 [. Traylor It Phone: 486-3285 it from the source/ can Radio News Fri. at 5:30 p.m. 0nly on /-FM 91.5 'rsitl' 0f Evansville r or on your computer at 9du/~wuevweb Visiting Nurse Plus, Inc. Supportive services that make a difference. VNP has provided a variety of supportive home health services to area families since 1982. Call us to review a video of our services. Evansville 610 E Walnut St. (812) 425-0853 Princeton 108 N First Ave. (812) 385-3717 ] I DEWIG BROS. PACKING CO. FRESH MEAT BEEF AND PORK, HAUBSTADT, INDIANA It 1 , . r I 15 Ends dispute Pope John Paul II July 1 named Ukrainian Bishop Cor- nelius John Pasichny of Saska, toon, Saskatchewan to head the' Ukrainian Diocese of Toronto, ending a five-year dispute between the apostolic admin- istrator and the former bishop over who was the legitimate head of the diocese. Bishop Roman Danylak, the apostolic administrator since 1993, will be given new responsibilities in Rome. Bishop Isidore Borecky, 87, agreed to retire. Archbishop honored The State of Tennessee His- torical Commission June 24 tledicated a state historical marker in Memphis com- memorating the late Arch- bishop James E Lyke. A Chica- go native, he was the first African-American Catholic priest to serve in Tennessee, in September 1968 following the assassination of the Rev. Mar- tin Luther King Jr. He was named the archbishop of Atlanta in 1991. 'Reprehensible' Recent acid attacks on four abortion clinics in Houston are "reprehensible" and "totally foreign to the goals and mis- i sion of the pro-life move- ment," said Bishop Joseph A. Fiorenza of Galveston-Hous- ton. Airman 'home' After 26 ,,,ears, the family of Air Force Lt. Michael J. Btassie, a Catholic, finally wa able to lay him to rest at home in Missouri. Blassie was.' reported killed in action, shot down near An Loc, South Vietnam, on May 11, 1972. Partial remains in the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia were identified using sophis- ticated DNA testing. Urges exchange Jesuit Father Jon Fuller has urged support, for needle- exchange programs, dting Catholics' responsibiIity to pro- tect the welfare of the most vul- nerable, Father Fu11, a medical doctor and professor of theolo- gy in Massachusetts, wrote in the cover story of the luly 18 issue of Amcca magazine. Internet connection A Michigan couple who married after meeting on America Online credits their return to the Catholic Church with providing a solid foun- dation for their new family. Ken and Judy l%'iar both liked to garden, travel and be out- doors, and both were return- i ing to the Catholic Church, i which each had left after a divorcx-vears ago