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Oc,0ber,7 ,997 1 5 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Family and Business Insurance Needs Home Fire and Theft Auto Product Liability Contractors Commercial Auto OfficeStores Workers Comp HELFRiCH Insurance Agency 464-5993 STERMAN'S FIRESTONE SERVICE, INC. 1400 W. Franklin Evansville, IN 424-5000 Built with Quality to Save You Time & Money George Helfrich  HAUBSTADT ELECTRIC Licensed. Bonded Insured Industrial, Commercial and Residential P.O. Box 405 TONY NAZARIO Haubstadt. IN 47639 812-768-5207 1-800-766-2787  ENGINESITNSSIONS Factory and General Office nwy. 231 S., Jasper, IN (812) 482-1041 482-7020 "A Family Serving Families" L: BRADLEY,S COLONIAL CHAPEL, INC. WHOLESALE RETAIL CUSTOM PROCESSING MERKLEY & SONS PACKING CO., INC. 3994 W. 180 N. 1005 E. Main Street Boonville, Indiana 47601 812-897-1459 Wrn. L. Bradley Ann M. Bradley-Holland FUneral Director Funeral Director 24-hour Funeral News number : 897-6805 SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten JAMES AND JOHN Gospel for Sunday, October 19, 1997 Mark ! 0:35-45 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 13 Cycle, about who will come first in the king- dom. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. JAMES JOHN TEACHER SIT ONE AT RIGHT HAND ASKING DRINK THE CUP NOT MINE THOSE TEN INDIGNANT GENTILES LORD IT, OVER GREAT FIRST AMONG YOU SON OF MAN TO SERVE TO GIVE RANSOM MANN' G E N T I L E S J O U L D S L K A T A E N O X O T P S I T E O D Y R D R O U O O Y T R G 1 D S D S C V T N A N G 1 D N I E E A E A O H S S V T T R H S N M T F E E D E S V T K A H D E M M R A R E D I A J S H O A 1 C I R A N S O M D D J N H F F D G H H U D W D K E X J O T E N I M T O N R X Knights of Columbus Main Street Council 630 P harma cy Built in 1825 for Noon Day DtNIIqG ROOMOPEN 217 E. Main St,. Downtown Washington Stage Coach Stop & Trading Post .,.. OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS JHE OLDEST RESTAURANT IN INDIANA lo1,, ;::,LE8 NORTH OF EVANSVILLE US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD OLDEST ORIGINAL LOG q:-JREST F:H  ( { i S ]2j EARLY STAGE '1.. ,,.1!i1 .. COACH STOP in the Original Log Room that Abraham Lincoln was in -in November 1844 DINNERs SERVED by Ala Carte Menu or FAMILY STYLE for 4 or More Draught Beer - Wine - Cocktails _ DINING ROOM SEATING 500 erving Dinner from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday Closed Sunday and Monday Evansville Telephone 867-3216 E ":NE and R - ITA ELPERS, proprietors Frii &Bat: Kings OPEN TO PUBLIC SERVING COMPLETE MENU Steak. Sea Food Chicken Phone: 254-5141 00jV6"ve 0o, Please Support Message Advertisers VOUR FAMIly PHARMACV ii1 iii i Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 ii ii Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Welnbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 4254422 ' JASPER LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT, 4, JASPER O cbc 00011[ 00bop Christian Books & Gifts Bey & Charlie Mendel, owners (812) 634-7766 416 ,$on St Jasr, IN 47,4E Please Support Message Advertisers i i PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2345 W. Franklin St. 4254364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 Aiding victims The Mexican Archdiocese of Acapulco has moved quickly to direct aid to the numerous victims of Hurricane Pauline, said an archdiocesan official. The immediate concern is "to take care of the victims, not try to solve the overall pover- ty problem," he said. The government estimated at least 173 people died in the storm and more than 200 were missing, but the Red Cross said 400 people had died. Pilgrims unhurt Four pilgrims from the Arch- diocese of Indianapolis were asleep in their rtmas at a hotel next to the Basilica of St. Fran- cis when the first earthquake hit Assisi, Italy, recenth'. Nor- bert Lindenmaier, a parish- ioner of St. Roch Church in Indianapolis, and his two sis- ters, Franciscan Sisters Rachel and Evelyn Lindenmaier of Oldenburg, and Sister Davida Lund, also a Franciscan from Oldenburg, were not hurt. Transition Msgr. Daniel N. DiNardo, a Pennsylviarmia parish pas- tor was installed as coadjutor bishop of Sioux City, Iowa, Oct. 7. Retired Bishop Warren L. Boudreaux of Houma-Thibo- daux, La., died Oct. 6, at 79. Offices vandalized Members of a group called the Animal Liberation Front, or ALE have twice vandalized Boys Town's offices in Oviedo, Fla. Supporters of Boys Town of Central Florida have offered a $5,000 reward for informa- tion leading to their arrest and conviction. Against death penalty Recognition of human soli- dari" should cause stx-iety to re-examine its support of the death penalt); said St. Louis Archbishop lustin H. Rigali at the 45th annual Red Mass Oct. 5 in Washington, D.C. The con- gregation included Supreme Court jtstices and Cabinet offi- cials. Bowling songs offered "Bowl Me Over" is a collec- tion of 10 songs, written by Tom Dermod,6 editor of The Catholic Post in Peoria, I11., i and performed by Proksion- al Bowlers AsstKiation tour winner Randy Peders, en. The titles use nearly every pun the bowling world has to offer, including "Lt the Good Times Roll-- ' When Love Strikes," " In the Gut' ter Again, ' "Spare Me" and l"R!ght in the Pocket" ] ' Bowl Me Over" is avail- [able ?t $12.95 (CI.) or $9.95 [(cassette} by calling (888) 1269471"  :