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11,1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana T Walter I. Backes, 60, St. resa, Evansville, Sel)t. 14. t" Cuise Utley Baker, 94, Christ ae,.King, Evansville, Sept. 15. urville Boerste, 60, St. For(li- st d, Perdinand Sept. 15. t, ly Broerm&apos;an,'80 Sacred ueart, Evansville Sept. 1. l Joseph C. Ciu'ksza, 72, Holy u ly. Jasper, Sei)t. 2.% 8 .a'larl Everett Collison, 38, St. on, Washington, Sept. 27. H 10eFh p. Conrad, 39, Sat:red :t, Vincennes, 13. t ,rn.qia Drake, 74. S1. Mary, n :ingburg, Sept. 15. darts C. East, V 80, St. brim, tCenne, s, Sept. 14. lcille Flliolt, 73, I,h;surro, c- ti L Evansville Sept. 13. h lanley Frankenberger, 64, 1 .1! R3sarv, Evansville, Sept. l'lelen C. Fehrenhacher, 72, St. VIS. eelarles, SCl)I. 28. ISter M, Dolores Gaesser, 90, lh00,member these faithful departed in your prayers Monastery Immaculate Concc, p- tion, Ferdinand, Sept. 21. Herman Hildenbrand, 80, St. Theresa, Evansville, Sept. 27. lerry lames, Sr., 47, St. Mary, Washington, Sept. 14. Rosina Klingle, 77, St. Mary, Washington, Sept. 9. Laura Pillow, 79, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Sept. 9. Pair|eta Procaskey, 68, St. Bent fat:(,', Ewmsville, Sept. 23. Veronica Rubrechl, 87, St. }ohn, Vin(:t;nnes, Sept. 1. Catherine Scherle, 85, Pro- (:ions Blood, Jasper, Sept. 4. Helen Schneider, B1, St. Joseph, Jasper, Sept. 27. Mary I. Schneidc, r, 88, Sl. loseph, Jasper. S(;pl. 28. Marcella B. Schroering, [lit, St. Co, h;slin(.', C(;h;stin(,', Sept. 4. Theodore C. Schuch, 68, St. Mary, Ihmlingburg, Sepl. 8. l)olores Schuelter, 58. St. Joseph, Jasper, Sepl. 25. Ferdinand Schulz, 84, S1. John. Newburgh. Sept. 25. "Funeral Pre-Plannin9 Since 1940" MilleI &.Miller Clara Seib, 94, St. John, Day- John, Vincennes, Sept. 15. light, Sept. 20. Andrew Wagner, 2, St. Mary, Clara Shedelhower, 72, St. 42.'1-9274 STEVE CT Y 2nd WARD COUNCILMAN MEMBER CHRIST THE KING PARISH GRADUATE MEMORIAL IA HIGH SCHOOL, 1966 husband, father, teacher, coach, ath- etic Official A Person Dedicated to hi_s community. Paid for by Bagbey for Council, Dan Tuley Treasurer - PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT - o I LIII I I I Mary, Washington, Sept. 18. Vincent Sheldon, 81, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Sept. 25. Bernadine Sponn, St. Mary, Washington, Sept. 7. Inez M. Stuck|, 79, St. Joseph, Ewmsville. Sept. 11. James Thomas, 72, Ble, ssed Sac:ranle, nt, Oakland Cily, Sepl. 5. Anne M. Tromlex, 87, St. Ireland, Sept 13. Carl L. Walter, 89, St. Simon, Washington, Sept. 23. Marie E. Wendholt, 83, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Sept. 17. )ct, 14 to launch tt William E. Werner, 77, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Sept. 21. Helen M. Winchell, 72, St. loire, Newburgh, Sept. 28. Leo Zinkovich, Christ the Kiltg, l?',vansville. Sept. 15. K of C football league play continues 7"he Jbllowing inJbrmation was submitted Jbr publication hy Thomas J. Jones, league i)resident. The second half of the reg- ular sc'ason for the Memorial ltigh School Knights of Columbus (.;rade St:heel l,'oot- ball League, l)egan Sunday, Oct. (i. ()n tilt,' first possession front scrimmage, Bill Blake of Holy losarv/Good Shep- herd/St. John'ran 89 yards for a h)ucladown, then added the extra point, in lhe first game, of the double-header. Blake scored again in the firsl quar- ter on a 1-yard run. and in the second quarter on a 68-yard run. St. Theresa/Holy Redeemer got on the scoreboard in the third quarter with a 25-yard run by Nick Miller. The P.A.T. attempt by Kevin Wonder was good. 7"he fourth (tuarter saw a lot of a(:tit)n with a 35-yard tout:h(lown run by Bill Blake. with Brent Fiessinger adding the. P.A.'F. fro" lheir team. SI. Theresa/Holy Redeemer st:ored twice in the quarter. Bryan Noah ran 46 yards for a TD, with Nick Miller adding Ille P.A.T. Jeff Werner re,(:ov- ered a fumble and ran in for the se(:ond TD. The final score was 26-20 in favor of ltoly Rosary/Good Shepherd/St. John. In the se(:ond game, Christ the l<ing/lloly Spirit s(:ored twit:e, in the first quartcw and once in the fourth quarter. Craig Dean ran live yards tor the, lout:hdown anti Justin Hillenhrand added the P.A.T. Hillenbrand ran 14 yards for the second score. In the fourth quarter, Alan Quach scored on a 9-yard rtln. Christ the King/Holy Spirit shut out St. Benedict 19-0. On Sunday, Oct. 13, Holy Rosary/Good Shepherd/St. John will get a chance to avenge an earlie, r defeat hy St. Benedit:t, and St. Ther(;sa/Holy Redeen)er plays Christ the King/Holy Spirit. "Where customers send their friends!" ,.(_. Open nightly til 9 p.m. 1Oei00 " elh00r $00ns, Inc. " " (//."ff/,7' TOYOTA OLD US 231 SOUTH - JASPER, IN - 482-2222 1-800-937-USA1 Four HIGHLAND CHAPEL Convenient Locations e3oo FIRST AVE. 9:30 a.m .......... 9:50 a.m .......... 11:00 a.m ........ Coffee & Donuts Sunday School for children & ADULTS R,C.I,A. for persons interested in Catholic Faith Companions for alienated, wandering Catholics Total Communication Catholic Mass for Deaf and Hearing persons, using voice, interpreters and A.S.L. Social hour and lunch after Mass. (First weekend of each month - Mass on Saturday at 5:00 p.m) 15 ingal James A. Hicke ashington Mass at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Ira-| maculate Conception. The| Knights' supreme chaplain,[ Bishop Thomas V, Dally of[ Brooklyn, N.Y,, will preach,1 The Knights will also build a new church near the site of Columbus first land- ing in San Salvador, Ba- hamas. Pope visiting Brazil A security force 30,000 strong, special construction projects costing millions of dollars and a major slum- cleaning project were part of Brazil's preparations for the Oct. 12-21 visit of Pope John Paul II. Specially built altars and communications sys- tems were also part of the mix of arrangements for the pope's second trip to.the world s largest Catholi population: Nicaragua wants pope NiCaraguan President Vio- leta Chamorro invited Pope Ilohn Paul II ,to visitl [Nicaragua next year, and the[ Ipope said he hoped the trip| [would be possible. [ "Settlement 'disappointing' Indian church workers said they are disappointed with a court ruling on com- pensation for victims of the 1984 Bhopal poison gas tragedy. The $470 million compensation settlement by Union Carbide company with the federal government "is disappointing," said Je- suit Father T.K. John. who has been involved in the re, lief work since the disaster. Bishop killed' Sacramento Auxiliary Bishop Alphonse Gallegos, 60, erie of 21 U.S. Hispanic Catholic bishops, was killed in an Oct. 6 automobile ac- cident near: Yuba City, Calif, Bishop Gallegos was return- ing fram a confirmation when the car in which he was a passenger lost all[ power. He was struck by a] car as he tried to push the[ stalled car to the median. [ | New trivia flame out A new Catholic