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March 4, 1988 The Message -- forCatholics of Southwestern Indiana Christ the King team wins tournament 13 Christ the King Crusaders Christ the King Crusaders won the seventh and eighth grade diocesan basketball tournament last weekend. Members of the championship team are kneeling, Joey Smith, Jeremy Heidorn, Ryan Browulee, Robbie Kent, Jeff Nags, Jason Compton, Dirk Melton and Mike Maier, standing, Matt Collins, coach, Glenn Muhlbhuer, Andy Kremer, Andy Gries, Tim McBride, Steve Gilles, coach, Ryan Barrett, Paul Barton, Chad Gries and Chad Ruston, coach. Christ the King cheerleaders are Jane Wimberg, Britt Garuett, Mary Ann Beckwith, Gretchen Anderson, Dana Gries, Emily Kemper, Angie Scholz and Kierstan Wollenmann. -- Message Photo by Barbara Paul c, Holy Rosary Rams Members of the Holy Rosary basketball team were runners- "ap in the seventh and eighth grade diocesan basketball tournament last weekend. Teams members are Matt Bullock, Scott Fisher, Brian Henning, Brock Russell, Jeff Fisher Shawn Merkel, John Sartore, Chris Aquart, Matt Swanson, Troy Unified and Mark Mattingly. Team coaches are Bob Emig and Charlie Voight. Holy Rosary cheerleaders are Lisa Boyken, Nicole Clark, Allison Miller, ,rin Cobb, Christine Blake, Lori Schenk, Jama Will.iamson and Ami Flynn. -- Message Photo by Barbara Paul I Please patronize Message advertisers! 'r IINI KELLY' ASSISTED LIVING Tu A subsidiary of Kelly Services, Inc. m l^"'lr"ll "k:" Select the services that best fityour a u vmg ersonal needs, ran "ngfrom help with g . .,: P PJ and care,m; cooing and laundry, to personal ce , / , ' , "24 hours a day. ule comlor[ Caregivers are thoroughly screened, f y for safe and secure homecare. 0 our own Call for service, or more information." home. 464-2474, Evansville, IN 1987 Vatican employees stage job protest By AGOSTINO BONe NC News Service VATICAN CITY (NC) -- Vatican lay employees on Feb. 29 held their first on-the-job protest action since their association was formed in 1979. Preliminary figures show that about 90 percent of the lay workers pm-Ucipated in the pro- test, said Mariano Cemllo, head of the Association of Vatican Lay Employees. The association was protesting what it regards as unilateral management deci- sions which adversely affect employees. Meanwhile, a Vatican official involved in labor-management negotiations called the protest "unjustified," citing a mixed commission which allows for worker-management dialogue. The protest consisted of a work slowdown for the first three hours of each work shift, with participants authorizing management to donate their wages for theperiod to Pope John Paul 1I for use to alleviate world hunger. The association represents 1,400 of the 1,800 Vatic/mlay employees. Total adherence would have meant a $33,600 contribution to the pope. Cerullo said the job action was not a strike because the workers were at. their posts for the full workday and guaranteed normal operations "out of respect for the pope." But workers were "morally on strike," he said. "It was a symbolic act of protest." The major'complaint is that Vatican administrators make unilateral decisions, often pre- judicial to employees, he said. "We are no longer in the 1800s," he said. "We are not willing to have decisions imposed on us,"