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September 4, 1992 ADA , Continued from page 17 changed the process. After re- ceiving input from depart- ment heads, the bishop pro- posed a budget, which he took to the meeting of the combined councils, to seek their counsel. The new process "(lid not remove the need for remedia- tion, but heightened it," ac- Cording to the bishop. He Concluded that "the consulta- tive bodies should be in- "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" Miller &,Miller 424-9274 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Lay retirement In recent years, the em- ployer's portion of the lay employees' retirement plan has been paid from ADA funds by the diocese. Pay- ment has been made by tile diocese, no matter where the employee works -- in a diocesan office, in a parish or in a school, As described by the bishop, this method "reflects the epit- ome of Christian ideals in that the many bond together to assist those bearing a heav- New Continued from page 9 School, Evansville; Karen ttinderliter, kinder- garten, Westside Catholic Consolidated School, Evans- ville; Jane Hedge, first grade, Corpus Christi School, Evans- ville; Mary Ann Keck, music, Corpus Christi School, Evans- i volved in the budgeting process from the earliest pos- sible moment." Bishop Gettelfinger has di- rected Ronald Baumgart, diocesan treasurer, to develop a budget calendar detailing the involvement of the Dioce- san Finance Council and the Priests' Council." The bishop appointed a committee to work with Baumgart, and to report its recommendations to the bishop by Oct. 31. WHOOPS SALE WE HAVE OVER-ORDERED OUR PRODUCTS WE HAVE 235 NEW UNITS IN STOCK, WE MUST SELL THEM BY SEPT 23 You'll say "Whoopee" when you check the Honest-to-Goodness Values on these Brand New Cars & Trucks A18011 -- ":: Metro 2-dr, Italchback ';7,992 GEO METRO i . s11,792 LUMINA 4 DR. SPECIAL INTEREST RATES s,K A18031 FOR 48 MONTHS 2.9% 6.9% c,v,,,.,,,,0 s9 892 METRO CAMARO - 6 VANS CORSICA - SlO PICKUP STORM BERETTA - SIO BLAZER 'rRACI(ER LUMINA.APVVAN CAVALIER 4 DR. PRIZM CAPRICE h i $10,792 *9,992 V2 TON PICKUP S10 PICKUP STK SIK 3522 ' "]i" 35555 SIR s9,892 s15,992 s14,492 (IEO PRIZM LUMINA APV TON 4X4-00 '11,592 s12,52 $17,992 CORSICA LT GEO TRACKER SIO BLAZER 4X4 *ALL PRICES REFLECT CASH BACK TO UEBELHOR & SONS ii ier burden. In short, those parishes who have no lay em- ployees assist by coutri[)uting to the retirement prograln for employees of other parishes or schools." Bishop Gettelfinger has asked another committee to conduct a review and make recommendations, by Nov. 1. If a change is recolnmended in how the money for lay re- tirement is to be collected, a plan for implementing the change is to accompany the report. i ville; Darin Knight, history, Mater Dei High School, Evansville; Alana Kuester, physical education and health, Resur- rection School, Evansville; Kathy Kruse, music, St. John the l)aptist School, New- burgh; Stacy Lamey, second grade, St. Wendel School, St. Wendel; Gretchen Lehman, kindergarten, St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County; lanie Mesker, fourth grade, Westside Catholic Con- solidated School, Evansville; Karen Miller, music, Memorial High School, Evansville; Jack Norris, fourth grade, St. James School, St. lames; Dottle Nurrenbern, sixth grade, Westside Catholic Con- solidated School, Evansville; Janet Porter, second grade, Holy Spirit School, Evansville; Amy Patterson, music, Holy Rosary School, Evans- ville; Mark Pugh, eighth grade, Westside Catholic Consoli- dated Schoo',, Evansville; Angela Rahman, science, computer technology coordi- nator, Holy Rosary School, Evansville; Steve Ricketts, sixth grade. Westside Catholic Con- solidated School, Evansville; Sandra Riecken, St. Philip School, St. Philip; Karen Riney, music, St. Theresa School, Evansville, and St. James School, St. James. Chris Schroeder, seventh grade, Westside Catholic Con- solidated School, Evansville; Shbila Seib, seventh grade, Westside Catholic Con- solidated School, Evansville; Virginia Smith, third grade, St. Joseph School, Princeton; Valerie Stockdale, math, Memorial High School, Evansville; Tracy Strozyk, kinder- garten, St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh; Brent Symon; social stud- ies, St. Benedict School, Evansville; Rhonda Tapp, physical science and biology, Mater Dei High School, Evansville; Theresa Townes, second grade, Christ the King School, . 5 Evansville; Leslie Townsend, lan- OPEN NIGHTLY TILL 9:00 guage arts, St. James School, St. James; 00l00'][hoP 00llS JoAnnWeber, math, Cor- pus Christi School, Evans- In ville; . OLD US 231 S, - 482 2222 i Melba Wildeman, social JASPER IN " TOIOTA stud,es," Corpus Christ,', " School, Evansville. 19 i ........ Church/World ii iii i i 'Nothing miraculous' "Nothing of a miraculous nature occurred" at St, Joseph Church in Cold Spring Aug. 31, according to Bishop William A. Hughes of Covington, An estimated 8.000 peoplo traveled to the small town population 2,800  in response to Father Leroy Smith s announcement a month earlier that Mary was to give a message at midnight on that date, Bishop Hughes' said in a statement after meeting with Father Smith Sept. 1 that he-,as ,convinced that nothing of a miracu- lous nature occued" and no commissmn will be es. tablished at this time to i, vestigate the event. Bishop: 'Stay away' Bishop John C, Reiss o1 Trenton, N.J.. has,directed i Catholics in his diocese to ] stay away from the site of[ reported Marian: appari- tions until the  alleged events are investigated. *l'he alleged apparitions have been taking place Ln Joseph januskiewicz s back yard in Marlboro. N.J. Pope plans trips Pope John Paul II is "per fectly well, full of health,' and planning a heavy travel program for 1993, said a papal spokesman, Trips outside Ital wiiltnclude