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November 4, 1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 JAMES BELIEVES IN: Miller & Miller. Colonial Chapel Supports the Knights of St. John MEMBERS Bernie Miller Gerald Miller Jon Miller Greg Betz Reducing Government Waste Economic Development Strong Road Maintenance Improvement To Infrastruture Holding The Line On Taxes andt'=noenJ='" -'- is a lifelong resident of the Westside. Born the son of Evelyn i!! in the-" "= utChfam;, .... Ruben, founder of Ruben Tire Co., Inc., James began working Workin,-, ,.'I:,Y. .uwnea business at 15, attended Mater Dei High School, and began I Judi CU'uJ_ line at the company after graduating. James is married to the former !ill Jose,n';"ltr.oury; they have two sons Jordan 7 and A ex 3. James attends St. ! WesSidedrSu 3Id has been very active in the church community as well as the , iii!!1 Servinn his ,-;--, ub. He was elected to the County Council in !990, and while . 11 by his,,,^. '"ira year as a county councilman, was unanimously electea President iii man a'UW_ cuncll members. He currently serves as County Personnel Chair- 1,11 t mony We; a member of the Board of Central Dispatch Emergency 911 on Har- !;i:l lung; hWotl Y)eUlivteIsupprt, James will continue to reduce government spend- ;  nd live. xes; and make Vanderburgh County a great place to work An invitation to travel with Father Harold Knueven in 1995 for A Personal Lenten Journey To Rome Attend Outdoor Palm Sunday Papal Mass in St. Peter's Square April 3-10, 1995 or I WALKED TODAY WHERE JESUS WALKED A Spiritual Journey in the Holy Land JUNE 2 - 14, 1995 Optional add-on ROME - 1 day, 2 nights Call or write Rev. Harold Knueven - Our Lady of Greenwood Church - 335 S. Meridian Street- Greenwood, Indi- ana 46143 - (317) 888-2861 JOE RHODES SHERIFF Meet JOE RHODES Raised and resides in Evansville Indiana State Police Officer 27 years Trooper Crime Scene Specialist Detective Sergeant Public Information Sergeant Indiana State Police Academy Insructor Member of: St. Mary's Catholic Church Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 73 Indiana State Police Alliance Indiana Council of Clubs -- Police Officer of the Year in 1990 Board of Directors: Big Brothers, Big Sisters Albion Fellows Bacon Center Crysalis House Feature writer for Hoosier Parent Magazine J in_Evansvi?lS [:)E I:IM,.,-- IS A 27 YEAR VETERAN of the Indiana State Police. R aised and Mmo,;.., ,,. e, he graduated from St. Benedict s Elementary School Alcoa, e ;.'=-' nigh School. After working at Arkla Industries, Whirlpool, and the ranks }udthe Indiana State Police in 1967 and quickly rose through and Pr """ =rooper to Crime Scene Specialist to Detective Sergeant six Cou t..en tly serves as the Public Affairs Officer for the State Police in the ,es which make up the Evansville District of the State Police: _ JI3 --_ _ '"ler "'m w/aeexl has gainedHeST .ATEWID E EXPERIENCE. Throughout Joe's career, he state dr perience, He has investigated police corruption and nve ug cases He h n r ons=bh for ma or cnmmal h- Stigations .... : as had p 'mary esp ' "'ty j " unsion a,,. ] .c! the Gitigan family homicide resulting in the appre' .u conv=ct=on of Donald Ray Wallace. and JOE HAS EXPERIEL,,,,., ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ^,... i aft irs officers .- Work n- ,,,.,= our.-nv,o,,., u,,or publ c a the State ,,9 at a supervisory level in the largest law enforcement agency in !he Federe has also attended numerous seminars and classes hosted by Me, '= UUreau of Inv rtment of the Arm the rylan,, .... estigation, the Depa Y, cadernv, t'uai,., cal Examiner's Office, the Indiana Law Enforcement cadern/wh.OUthem Police Institute, and the Indiana State Police q Certified i'_'", un compliment his years of "hands on" experience. Joe is also UVer 1,5 "e nstructor through the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy and for Pol Y are has tau t the Indiana State ice Aca,-- . ght criminal investigations classes a " -,=my. He utilized these teaching skills locally during Sheriff Clarence Shepard's term by teaching criminal investigations classes at the Vanderburgh County Sheriffs Reserve Academy. He is also a portrait artist and investigative hypnotist and provides those talents to assist federal, state, county and city police agencies in investigations of crimes of violence. JOE'S DEDICATION to his career in law enforcement has been recog- nized by the awards he has received and the positions he has held. He has been named the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by the Lakeview Optimist Club and in 1990 he was named Police Officer of the Year by the Indiana Council of Clubs. He has served on the Governor's Task Force on drunk driving as well as task forces investigating organized crime and police corruption. Joe's commitment to kids is also demonstrated by his appoint- ment as director of the Kiwanis/Indiana State Police Career Camp for Youth and he has received the Youth Services Award from the Indiana State Police and the Kiwanis Club of Indiana. JOE'S PRACTICAL STATEWIDE "HANDS ON" EXPERIENCE in criminal investigations and community relations will enable him to lead the Sheriff's Department with fair, innovative law enforcement that puts the focus on protecting Evansville and Vanderburgh County neighborhoods and school children. He will not only enforce the law but Joe will respect and obey the law. He knows a police agency has nothing to offer but service and believes in accountability and accessibility. His door will always be open to the law- abiding citizens of Evansville and Vanderburgh County. Paid for by Friends to Elect Joe Rhodes Sheriff. Treasurer, Lori Frary