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13,1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Remember these faithful aeparted in your prayers Cornelia Arensman, 64, St. Jasper, Oct. 30. Bailey, 71, Christ the Evansville, Oct. 11. Ballow, 84, Sts. Peter Paul, Petersburg, Oct. 1. J. Beard, 44, St. Evansville, Oct. 8. Berry, 78, Nativity, Oct. 13. ly Birkemeier, 61, St. ;per, Oct. 21. Block, 76, St. Bene- Oct. 13. Bohnert, 38, Precious per, Oct. 4. ickner, 70, St. Bene- Sept. 28. lard Brockman, 81, St. Linton, Oct. 24. ames L. Carrico, 80, St. Sept. 26. Chestosky, 49, Na- ille, Oct. 11. Lary Courter, 46, St. Bicknell, Oct. 14. Eugene Dages, 72, St. Simon, Washington, Sept. 15. Ben Davis, 91, St. Peter, Linton, Oct. 14. lnez Doyle, 92, St. Joseph, Bramble, Oct. 31. Matilda L. Evans, 81, St. Theresa, Evansville, Oct. 22. Betty Foders, 67, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, Oct. 2. Genevieve French, 75, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Oct. 2. Veronica Gottman, 91, St. James, St. James, Oct. 4. Hilary Grundhoefer, 92, St. Joseph, Dale, Oct. 21. Robert H. Hedinger, 60, St. Joseph, Jasper, Oct. 20. Margaret K. Henn, 91, Sa- cred Heart, Evansville, Oct. 2. Richard James, 84, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Oct. 18. Mary Florence Karcher, 64, St. Joseph, Princeton, Oct. 2. Robert Lee Kern, four Third Friday of the Month 5-7 p.m. Nov. 20 ._ 5 Adult -- $2.50 under 10 NATIVITY CATHOLIC CHURCH _ 3635 Pollack Ave. 476-7186 DEAF & HARD OF HEARING Total Communication Mass Copies of Sunday Homilies Available Every Saturday 5:00 p.m. months, Sacred Heart, Schnellville, Oct. 6. Clara Kluemper, 97, St. Joseph, Jasper, Oct. 30. William F. Koenig, 91, St. Martin, Chrisney, Oct. 17. Henry P. Krack, 90, St. Boniface, Evansville, Oct. 10. Elmer Kuhlman, 77, St. Boniface, Evansville, Oct. 26. Roman Lueken, 86, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Oct. 1. Mary Elizabeth Lutz, 77, St. Peter, Linton, Sept. 30. Lillie Metzler, 84, St. An- thony, Evansville, Sept. 19. Eugene Meyer, 70, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, Oct. 5. Norman Miller, 29, Nativ- ity, Evansville, Oct. 14. Olivia M. Neumann, 97, Sa- cred Heart, Evansville, Oct. 13. James Austin Norris, 75, St. Michael, Montgomery, Oct. 15. Shirley Panus, 57, St. Bene- dict, Evansville, Oct. 11. Norman J. Pepper, 68, St. Joseph, Princeton, Sept. 16. Elizabeth Pigman, 81, Sa- cred Heart, Evansville, Oct. 30. Mary Raven, 85, St. Bene- dict, Evansville, Oct. 14. Marguerite Reynolds, 94, Resurrection Evansville, Oct. 19. Huberta Scales, 81, St. An- thony, Evansville, Oct. 17. Lorene Schenk, 88, St. Benedict, Evansville., Oct. 20. John Seib, 89, Sis. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, Sept. 28. Lillian Seller, 78, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Oct. 17. Elma Shake, 83, St. An- thony, Evansville, Sept. 3. Harold Sitzman, 70, Mary Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, Oct. 7. George E. Smith, 78, St. Joseph, Princeton, Sept. 13. Verena Steckler, 84, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County, Oct. 4. Myrtle Thompson, 83, St. Agnes, Evansville, Sept. 27. Margaret H. Tucker. 72, St. Theresa, Evansville, Oct. 1. William Youngson, 58, St. Joseph, Princeton, Sept. 24. Frances Zimmerman, 78, St. Anthony, Evansville, Sept. 28. Obituary notices are sub- mitted by parish offices. [Subscribe to the Msage I ......... ; , ,, ;, i, ;H ,,, H, i . i iiii, "A family name you can trust" I Miller & Miller 424-9274 11 Church/World:: I III 111 I I Report on Haiti A report by a Pax Christi U.S.A, delegation back from a trip to Haiti cites widespread military repres* sion and overwhelming popular support for the na- tion's ousted priest-presi- dent, Father loan-Bertrand Aristide. It urges Catholics to write Vatican officials asking them to ',withdraw support" for the army, backed provisional Haitian g overnen t. Th eVa t icon last January appointed a papal nuncio to Haiti after last year's military coup, Avoiding monduct The church's response to the problem of sexual misi conduct by priests and other church workers has entered the electronic age in the Archdiocese of StY' Paul and Minneapolis: Each or the archdiocese,s )arishes recenti Built in 1825 for Noon Day Stage Coach Stop & Trading Post OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS THE OLDEST RESTAURANT IN INDIANA 12 41LES NORTH OF EVANSVILLE 1M, E EAST OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD OLDEST ORIGINAL LOG INN ,#,jIIB   EARLY STAGE COACH . STOP 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 ENE and RITA ELPERS, proprietors EVANSVILLE SERVICE i AND SHOPPING GUIDE FOR THE BEST PLUMBING SERVICE RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL (FREE ESTIMATES) GRANT PLUMBING CO. 484 S. GOVERNOR AT CANAL Ph. 424-2441 Carpet Cleaning SERVICE MASTER For Free Estimates Call 428-0900 I II Evansville Wet Heat & Piping Co. Inc. New & Used Boilers, Furnaces Repair & Replacement 424-0991 800 E. Oregon II iii Sales & Service TV & 2-Way FM 1916 W. FRANKLIN STREET PHONE (812) 423-7849 Herman Goebel Motor Co. NEW OR USED CARS Whore the best desIs are msde Trade up or down Bank Financing 2001 W. Delaware 423.7759 M&S Fire & Safety Equip. Co. Inc. Over 25 years sales and service in the Tri-state 670 E. Franklin 424-3863 DONUT BANK Bakery and Coffee Shop ' O]FFEE SHOP Since IM7 DELICIOUS HOMEMADE DONUTS Professtona!/y Decorated Cakes for All Occasions COOKIES BROWNIES e FRUIT FRITIERS DANISH MUINS