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13, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 1 5 r=o.ase remember these faithful departed in your prayers Pete Adkisson, 43, St. LoreneFritz, 90, St. Joseph, cred Heart, Evansville, Nov. Eugene Pieper, 60, St. eard, Rockport, Nov. 17. ase Marie Baumgart, 31, eSUrrection, [0v. 5. Evansville, Rebecca Faye Benear, 48, t'Jseph, Dale, Nov. 9. tl},rthy Grace Billart, 73, ' JOseph, Dale, Nov. 19. _ Lawrence A Block, 84, St. SePh' Jasper, :Nov. 19. t, e0 Bodart, 81, St. John, lnCennes, Nov. 8. i:l R. Brosmer, 70, St. ,-y ,/asper, Nov. 22. Mark B.u. eChlreg n::,7 St" iary, Huntmgbur tKenneth M Buechler, 46, 5.''" 'ne, Celestine, Nov. .FrAnces Clark, 82, St. 1 n' Washington, Nov. 30. seUn a.rd Daggs, 93, St. _e-, Jasper, Nov. 5. flrdella Ell|son, 78, St. 'rsa, EVansville, Nnv. 27. f'uttrd Abell Farris, 98, "reter, Linton, Nov. 2. Jasper, Nov. 24. Josephine Gill, 82, St. Simon, Washington, Nov. 30. Cecelia E. Gossman, 89, St. Boniface, Evansville, Nov. 30. Mary L. Greenwood, 83, Christ the King, Evansville, Oct. 11, Sara Jo Head, infant, St. Theresa, Evansville, Nov. 11. Fred Jaussaud, 85, St. John, Vincennes, Oct. 29. Clarence M. Johnson, 78, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Nov. 30. Paul Kaltenbacher, 68, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Oct. 20. Helen Klenck, 81, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Nov. 3. Josephine A. Knust, 82, St. Joseph, Jasper, Nov. 2. Mary E. Kramer, 86, St. Anthony, Evansville, Oct. 10. John Lawton, 69, St. An- thony, Evansville, Oct. 24. Marvin W. Lehman, 75, Sa- 10. Mary Lindenschmidt, 85, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Nov. 13. Catherine U. Lythgoe, 81, St. Joseph, Evansville, Nov. 15. Philip Mastripolito, 70, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Nov. 5. Charles Mattingly, 79, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Oct. 24. June Milligan, St. Mary, Washington, Nov. 30. Mary Mueller, 94, St. Theresa, Evansville, Oct. 28. Clemence A. Nordhoff, 79, St. Joseph, Jasper, Nov. 27. Katherine C. O'Toole, 71, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Nov. 18. Beatrice A. Peters, 82, Res- urrection, Evansville, Nov. 15. Sylvia Perry, 54, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Nov 8. a]tinued from page 1 s "to the future with l; [Ul anticipation" to the ,,tle When th bisho ) "wili return ' . t bri,4, to us to bless the 's and mortar of a new a new space that will provide, Nicholas us a more permanent and dig- nified place of worship." In his remarks following the proclamation, Bishop Gel- telfinger used the children's classic hand gestures with the words, "Here is the church, here is the steeple; open the 6L l tuners, Pre-Plannin9 Since 1940" Miller,& Miller 0000424"9274 doors and here's all the people." Bishop Gettelfinger told the assembly that St. Nicholas be- gins its life as a parish with the proper perspective: the people are first. i ! | | @ Peoples Trust Company 59 SOUTH MAIN STREET P.O, BOX 191 LINTON, INDIANA 47441 i =| i L. Lee Mortuary 101 North Meridian Street Washington, IN 254-3612 ILABLE Names, addresses, phone num- bers, Places, dates, offices, direc- tors, Parishes, schools, institutions, vital Statistics, financial statistics, P. riests, assignments  they are all tn the 1992 Yearbook of the Catholic DiOcese of Evansville. You may purchase your copy at the Catholic Center for $7.50. For mail Orders, include $1.50 for POstage and handling. ml Iml m | ...... mmm mmmmm mm .... mm | m mm ..... mm m mm m. mm mm m mm m mm m m ORDER FORM i Z , , , | ! I STATE  ZIP I ] 8edO!der form with payment to: COST PER YEARBOOK $9.00 ] I tHOLIC DIOCESE YEARBOOK NO OF BOOKS X ! ! ' PO " , E;- - BOX 4169 TOTAL $ ENCLOSED 1 ! VANSVILLE, IN 47724.0169 (includes postage & handling) ] "-.,., ,,, ! tmli  mm in   =m mm  u mR mn ml mt =m  aim ml Im  mm  me m i n       i  m  i   Joseph, Jasper, Nov. 7. Joan E. Politz, 41, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Nov. 21. Katherine 'Katie' Reinhart, 7, St. Benedict, Evansville, Nov. 26. Marcella Schipp, 70, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Oct. 28. Evelyn Shipp, 63, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Nov. 4. Joseph D. Siddons Jr., 17, St. Bernard, Rockport, Nov. 10. Marguerite Sigwar d, 74, St. Hartford ArehbishO! Joseph, Evansville, Nov. 14. Loretta E, Simnick, 79, St. 2, With 770; John, Vincennes, Nov. 3. Anna M. Stephens, 74, St. Martin, Chrisney, Oct. 19. Clemens P. Stratmann, 87, St. James, St. James, Nov. 29. William 'Ben' Tanner, 79, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Nov. 18. Alice Tucker, 67, St. Joseph, Jasper, Nov. 29. Alma J. Wahl, 70, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Nov. 2. Marie A. Wehr, 83, St. Ce- lestine, Celestine, Nov. 7. Basil J. Welp, 88, Holy Family, Jasper, Nov. 25. Flu , Continued jrom page !. were 70 students absent at Westside Catholic Consoli- dated Junior High and Inter- mediate schools in Evansville. Holy Family School in Jasper reported that 55 students were absent Mon- day and 61 Mater Dei High ScJmol students reported ab- sent. Phvllis Beshears, director of schools, said the Public Health Departmenl discour- aged closing the schools, de- spite th(, outbrt,ak. 'qA (: hax(, bem] advised by the, l'ubli(: llealth nurse to stay ope.n." HAUBSTADT I ELECTRIC l 00,-.OUR I |[1| Industrial, Commercial | ,. and Residential | TONY NAZARIO P.O. Box 405 | 812-768.5207 Haubstadt, IN 47639 I German American Bank We Make Friends For Life JASPER. INDIANA ! t I I Main Street Plmrmacy 217 E. Main St. - Downtown Washington Phone: 254-5141 Buehlers I.G.A. "THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE'S SOURCE OF SAVINGSS QUALITY FOODS and MEATS Also Huntingburg and Oakland City i Compliments of Nass & Son Inc. FUNERAL HOME Huntingburg, Ind. 'Making amends' Holy Cross Father James Tunstead Burtchaetl, inn] statement concerning hi ] resignation from t.he Uni [ versity of Notre Dame ei[ elegy faculty, said that in| the past year tie, haS been| "making amends toformerl students .he wronged. His| statement Was published in ] the Dec, 13 issue 6f the Na-I tional Catholic Reporter which reported the previ ous week :thati:th:e 5 7,year old the6logian waS: resign; ing anaid allegations he,had; sex u a t ly ha:r a s s:d a!nd abused some students Who dame to him for CbhnSeling, : . i AIDS vtctt ,i m b or,] Y B,erga] i,s,, the ] you ng C fitholic :::W o manl who contracted AIDS fro| her dentist and made it her mission to push for laws re quiring health workers to ;be tested for AIDS, died of the disease Dec. 8at age 231 Hers was the first con, ;firmed case of an AIDS-in- fected doctor infecting a patient, according to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta. Bergalis died at her home in Fort Piercel ! Fla. Hawaii: and Japan Dec:i 7 marked the 50th anniver' sary of the bombing:of ! Pearl Harbor, The cities for I the Masses are :linked aS| the explosive beginning| and end of the war between I and th United:] /