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4 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana November 27, 1987 Memorial retreat A group of Reitz Memorial High School sophomores present a skit at a retreat, Monday, Nov. 16, at the Catholic Center, Evansville. Father Dave Fleck directed the sophomore retreat, Monday and Wednesday. Father Bill Deering directed the senior retreat, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. -- Message Photo by Paul Leingang Father James dies Nov. 18 Services for Father Edward "Eppy" James, 63, who died Nov. 18, were held Nov. 21 at Maryknoll Chapel, New York, with burial in the church cemetery. A memorial service will be held Friday, Nov. 27, 7 p.m. (EST] at St. Mary Church, Washington, according to Father Philip Kreilein, pastor. A Daviess County native, Father James was the son of the late Jesse and Helen (Burkhardt] James. He: attended St. Mary School, Washington Catholic High School and St. Meinrad Seminary. He was ordained a Maryknoll priest in 1951. Father James worked as a missionary in Africa for 30 years. In Nairobi, Kenya, he was chaplain supervisor of Kenyatta Hospital, the largest hospital in Africa. He returned to the United States in 1982 to serve as Development Director for the Maryknoll Missions in New Br. Franke dies Nov. 17 Services for Brother Ocatvius Rush Franke, 81, who died Nov. 17, were held Nov. 21 in Biloxi, Miss. The Memorial High School graduate joined the Brothers of Holy Cross in 1925. He received his bachelor's degree and a master of educa- tion degree from Notre Dame University and taught school in Biloxi. Surviving are a sister, An- toinette Franke and a brother John, both of Evansville. York, Texas, Missouri and Ohio. Father James is survived by three sisters, Mary Uhl of Sellersburg, Norma Ketchem of New Albany, and Eleanor Bur- ris of Washington, and two brothers, Eugene and Harold, both of Washington. 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The Catholic Educatiorl Since its inception almost 20 Foundation was incorporated years ago, the foundation has in 1968 by Bishop Paul Leibold, contributed a total of more than Msgr. Thomas Clark, Msgr. $1.25 million toward Catholic Maurice Egloff, Msgr. Patrick secondary education, and pro- Kilfoil, Marvin Evans, Joseph vided" grants-in-aid to 3,124 O'Daniel, John Berry, John Car- students, roll and Lewis Rhiver. Elected for one-year terms According to information were Charles Reising, presi- provided by the foundation, dent; Fred Brubaker, vice- $866,474 has been granted to president; Mrs. Dale Drake, 3,124 high school students secretary; Fred Creech, since the first annualcampai treasurer, and Beulah Evans, for funds. The foundation has assistant secretary-treasurer, provided $172,500 for Marian Re-elected to three-year terms Day School; other grants have on the board were Dr. Stephen provided $56,000 for busing E. Braun, Fred Creech, Mrs. students, $7000 for religious Dale Drake, George Helfrich, education, $7900 for capital im- Wayne Henning, Dr. Maurice provement and $3000 for a Keller, Raymond Lasher, James computer terminal. The foun- Muehlbauer, Robert Ossenberg dation has also donated equip- and Father Jean Vogeler. ment valued at $12,500. The Catholic Education In addition to the annual Foundation has a commitment campaign for funds, Evans "to enable financially disad- says, an endowment fund has vantaged children to receive a been established. "It is the goal quality, Christian high school of the foundation to increase  education," according to the endowment funds to an Beulah Evans. amount to ensure the continuity The foundation also provides of quality Catholic secondary aid to the Marian Day" School, education in our high schools."