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- The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana December Dnocese of Evansvnlle: A portnon of the people of Go Amor,g the people deserving special recognition in the Dio- cese of Evansville is Beulah Evans, who was recently hon- ored for "outstanding perfor- mance for the Catholic Educa- tion Foundation and the Evansville Community." The "Honoree of the Year" award was announced at the annual meeting of the Catholic Education Foundation. Beulah Evans was instru- mental in the founding and or- ganization of CEF. She served as its executive director until her retirement in 1992. The widow of the late Major. Marvin J. Evans is affiliated with St. Benedict and Holy Rosary Churches. She has served on numerous Evansville community groups and agen- cies -- as president of the Van- derburgh County Library, co- chair of the Cancer Society Campaign, vice chair of the Democratic Central Commit- tee, board member and presi- dent of United Way, and a member of numerous other community and social groups. In her professional career, she served as purchasing direc- tor for the City of Evansville and for Deaconess Hospital. Since its inception in 1968, CEF has raised over $2 million from dedicated citizens and businesses, according to Rudy Montejano, current executive director. He said CEF has awarded tuition grants-in-aid to over 4,300 students attend- ing Mater Dei or Reitz Memo- rial High Schools. The two high schools have also benefited from provisions of school-related programs, services and equipment amounting to $96,000. Marian Day School, for stu- dents with special learning needs, has been the recipient of $187,000 in past years. CEF Board President Mark Schiff applauded the efforts of Beulah Evans when he pre- sented her with the CEF award -- the first in what is planned to be an annual award honoring members of the com- munity who have made signifi- cant contributions to CEF. "Beulah Evans continues to be a tremendous supporter of CEF," Montejano said. She is a truly remarkable woman and CEF is proud to recognize her talents and achievements." CEF officers for the 1994-95 year are Mark Schiff, president; John Michael O'Leary, vice-pres- ident; Tom Corcoran, treasurer, and Pat Welsh, secretary. #: ! MILLER & MILLER Funeral Pro-Planning _ Since 1940" 424009274 THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Tell City, IN Proud to be the printer for The Message I [ illlln T S Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Donald J. Traylor President Phone: 486-3285 III .... II ....  Ill I li , . I  D'O-W'N-T'O'W'N 301 AIN ST. VINCENNES, IN 47591 Ed. L. Lee Mortuary 101 North Meridian Street Washington, IN 254-3612 Beulah Evans, former Executive Director Education Foundation, Diocese of Eva ceives the first CEF award from current Mark Schiff Total Grants 96.7% $25,209,997 - Administration 1.4% $366,905 -- Promotion 1.o $493,235 Thousands attend Archbishop's funeral By MIKE LANCHIN Catholic News Service SAN SALVADOR (CNS) -- Thousands of Salvadorans, in- cluding President Armando Calderon Sol and other politi- cal leaders, jammed the Basil- ica of the Sacred Heart for the funeral of Archbishop Arturo Rivera Damas of San Salvador. "We expected a lot of people, but we never thought there would be so many," said Msgr. Ricardo Urioste, vicar of San Salvador. In the early morning hours Dec. 3, police cordoned off the streets surrounding the basilica, where the archbishop's body had lain for almost a week. Almost two hours before the Mass was scheduled to begin, the basilica was full. Mourn- ers, including bishops from 21 countries and Salvadorans who had traveled from parishes around the country, spilled out onto the streets. "I have been here since be- fore 7 a.m.," said Silvia Morales, a member of a parish on the outskirts of the city. She called Archbishop Rivera Damas "a great director of souls." In an emotional homily, Auxiliary Bishop Gregorio Rosa Chavez of San Salvador recalled how he "watched help- lessly" as doctors struggled to revive the archbishop, who died following early Nov. 26. "I had lost Following neral p Bishop Rosa Nicaraguan Obando Bravo Nicaragua, and Pl Archbishop de Castro through the streets to t dral at Rivera single palm leaf I was carried on pickup truck flowers. Bishop Ric Las Cruces, N. U.S. delegation Bishop had been "very the archbishop on two occasionS,' sorrow at "this "He was pion of the will be missed bY In a brief metropolitanC vadoran on Archbishop posthumous tribution to the process. His down into the where it was that of Chavez