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October 2, 1987 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 1 9 Remember these faithful departed in your prayers Leo John Baker, 80, St. Mary Church, Washington, Sept. 7. George "Jack" BAIT, 56, St. Bernard Church, Rockport, Sept. 7. Katherine L. Baumert, 63, St. Simon Church, Washington, Sept. 16. Josephine Batuello, 95, St. Philip Neri Church, Bicknell. Stephen F. Bicker, 82, St. Joseph Church, Evansville, Sept. 19. Laura Bicker, 90, St. Anthony Church, St. Anthony, Sept. 12. Roman P. Bolte, 66, St. Ferdi- nand Church, Ferdinand, Sept. 22. Oscar Brames, 70, St. Joseph Church, Jasper, Aug. 29. : John R. Burke, 77, St. Benedict {Chumh, Evansville, Sept. 13. Norma S. Caraway, 85, Holy Rosary Church, Evansville, Sept. 10. Andrew "Jack" Chappell, 62, St. Mary Church, Huntingburg, Aug. 31. Glowdyne M. Polly Conner, 79, St. Theresa Church, Evansville, Sept. 1. Linus G. Debes, 73, Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville, Sept. 7. Martina M. Fehribach, 80, St. Joseph Church, Jasper, Sept. 14. Sister Hildelita Feldmeier, 90, Convent of the Immaculate Con- ception, Ferdinand, Aug. 30. Michael A. Flittner, 32, Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville, Sept. 16. Ted G. Fink Sr., 76, Nativity Church, Evansville, Sept. 27. Emma Marie Folz, 69, Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, Sept. 7. Wanetta Gerteisen, 64, St. Boniface Church, Evansville, Sept. 3. Edward T. Giesler St., 78, Ho- ly Family Church, Jasper, Sept. 19. Howard Hanna, 67, Christ the King Church, Evansville, Sept. 3. Francis J. Heinas, 75, St. Benedict Church, Evansville, Sept. 7. Catherine Heerdink, 90, Holy Rosary Church, Evansville, Sept. 24. Lawrence "Slick" Hinton Jr., 63, St. Theresa Church, Evansville, Sept. 26. Ernest J. Jasper, 74, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, Sept. 9. Robert L. Kavanaugh, 69, St. Mary Church, Washington, Sept. 3. Antoinette A. Keel, 90, St. An- thony Church, Evansville, Sept. 11. Margaret R. Kiilsler, 69, St. Boniface Church, Evansville, Sept. 13. Alice Marie Knapp, 65, St. Joseph Church, Evansville, Sept. 14. Clidis Lagenour, 59, St. Raphael Church, Dubois, Sept. 9. Donald E. Lancaster, 62, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Sept. 24. Celina LeMal, 81, St. Philip Neri Church, Bicknell, Sept. 19. Joseph Alan Limp, 16, St. Raphael Church, Dubois, Sept. 9. Ada Loetzerich, 80, St. Joseph Church, Evansville, Sept. 2. Soloman Luck, 79, Evansville, Sept. 22. Nathan Ralph Lueken, infant, Sacred Heart Church, Schnellville, Sept. 7. Mary Pearl Mahan, 87, St. Boniface Church, Evansville, Sept. 14. Frederick J. "Fritz" Mangin, 68, St. Mary Church, Washington, Sept. 8. Lynn O. Masters, 75, St. Simon Church, Washington, Sept. 17. Edgar W. Memmer, 82, St. Benedict Church, Evansville, Sept. 24. CARBON COPY We depend solely upon the support of individuals, organiza- tions, churches and corporations. We thank you in advance for helping us financially in our ef- fort to save LIFE. HELP US HELP 0 THER S 88a00rlE!l CLASSIFIED (There Only w,,. oo..oo 1 rn5rlr tl00m charge per o0 .,, word.,> ! Print your ad on this form. One word, symbol, or abbreviation per blank. Phone number counts as one word. Clip and mail to our office with payment. No Phone orders; No billing. Copy deadline is nine days preceding the Friday date of issue (a Wednesday) .\\;1;I )M )IHI N( iV N,,\\;% ()l kl' ()l{k,\\;ll 20 3.00 21 3.15 22 3.30 23 3.45 24 3.60 25 3.75 26 3.90 27 4.05 28 4.20 28 4.35 30 4.50 31 4.65 32 4.80 33 4.95 34 5.10 35 5.25 36 5.40 37 5.55 38 5.70 39 5.85 40 6.00 41 6.15 42 6.30 43 6.45 44 6.60 45 6.75 46 6.90 47 7.05 48 7.20 49 7.35 50 7.50 of your ad is the dollar amount that appears below the final word ($3.00 minimum) PHONE ORDERS--NO BILLING The Message Classifieds 4200 N. Kentucky Ave. s P.O. Box 4169 Evansville, IN 47711 (812) 424-5536 Alfred J. Mohr, 83, St. Mat- thew Church, Mt. Vernon, Sept. 5. Joseph A. Moranz, 65, St. Cle- ment Church, Boonville, Sept. 8. Bridget M. Mullen, 92, St. Mary Church, Washington, Sept. 23. Steven R. Norrick, 37, St. An- thony Church, Evansville, Sept. 9. Clara B. Persohn, 74, Sacred Heart Church, Schnellville, Sept. 22. Victor P. Persolm Sr., 70, St. Joseph Church, Jasper, Sept. 3. William H. Rahman, 86, St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdinand, Sept. 1. Helen M. Reitz, 82, Holy Rosary Church, Evansville, Aug. 30. Cornelius ''Babe'' Rheinlander, 81, Sacred Heart Church, Evansville, Sept. 6. Orillius "Rill" Rottet, 61, St. Philip Neri Church, Bicknell, Sept. 25. Lynne Ellene Rosemary, 39, Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville, Sept. 21. Matthew E. Schenetzke, 83, St. Joseph Church, Jasper, Sept. 19. Charles B. Schepers Sr., 64, St. Joseph Church, Jasper, Sept. 9. Adela Schlachter, 85, St. Joseph Church, Jasper, Sept. 11. TV Continued fram page 16 she said, referring to church teaching authority. The pope's "pastoral attitude and deep prayer life" also touched people, she said. "They could see him almost reach another world when he was praying, whether at a prie- dieu {kneeler} or at Mass. It was a tremendous lesson for everyone. ' ' Mother Angelica said that there were a few tense moments during the production, the ma- jor one when lightning struck during the papal Mass in ' iami and knocked out the netw, rk's video feed. "The screen went blank and we had to chit-chat for an hour," she said. Dominican Father Gerald Burr, programming director at the Catholic Telecommunica- tions Network of America, said the potential to reach 20 million homes was about one-third of the capacity of the entire U.S. 1971 FORD MAVERICK. $300. Must see to believe. Call 985-3375 and leave message, Leo A. Schmidt, 82, Holy Family Church, Jasper, Aug. 31. William J. Sendelweck, 59, St. Mary Church, Ireland, Aug. 28. Delores Sevier, 64, St. Bernard Church, Gibson County, Sept. 5. William H. Simpson, 80, Nativity Church, Evansville, Sept. 2. Hildegard Skeels, 83, St. Theresa Church, Evansville, Sept. 19. Robert E. Thuis, 63, St. Philip Neri Church, Bicknell, Aug. 30. Anon Titzer, 86, St. Wendel Church, Posey County, August 31. Walter H. Wahl Jr., 39, St. Mary Church, Huntinghurg, Aug. 30. Clotilda C. Wannemuohler, 86, St. Philip Church, Posey County, Sept. 11. Orval Warren, 70, St. John Church, Newburgh, Sept. 23. Dorothy M. Wathen, 81, St. Simon Church, Washington, Sept. 10. Walter W, Wendling, 65, Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, Sept. 5. Emma M. Weyer, 88, St. Mary Church, Ireland, Sept. 13. Thomas A. Wilson, 66, St. Mary Church, Washington, Sept. 12. cable TV industry. He called the cooperative venture with Mother Angelica's network "exhilarating" and said that while some had seen her network in competition with the bishops' network, it became clear that the networks are "very similar." It showed that "we don't need to compete" and that "we're both serving the church," he said. He predicted more joint ven- tures will come from the effort and said live coverage by Mother Angelica's network this November of the U.S. bishops' annual meeting in Washington was being discussed. The bishops' meeting in re- cent years has been broadcast live by the Catholic Telecom- munications Network of America, which only goes to af- filiated U.S. dioceses and from there only to a limited number of cable outlets. People "would like to see what the bishops are saying," said Mother Angelica. "It's time to get it from the horse's mouth." GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U Repair) Delinquent tax property. Repossessions. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. GH-7984 for current repo list. EARN EXCELLENT MONEY In home assembly work. Jewely, Toys & Others. FT & PT available, Call Todayl 1-518-459-3546. (Toll refundable) DEPT B3717B) 24 HRS, MAY THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS be adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughout the world now and forever. 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