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October 30, 1987 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 "Evansville needs more Jobs, better jobs... Folz is the guy who'll get us going again." "! trust AI Folz. He has our best interests at heart." "We haven't seen any progress for eight years. It's time for a change." "Our future depends on the maturity and experience of AI Folz." "Evansville needs a mayor with a sense of responsibility to the taxpayers. We need AI Folz." "AI Folz clearly is the mayor for improved economic development in our city." "When you need me, when the city needs me, !'11 be there. Join me in building a better Evansville." I()l/:\\;1 I N()VI N,,\\; Paid |or and authorized by the Vanderburgh Co. Republican Central Committee. Tom Shetler Jr.. Chairman. FOLZ MAYOR FOR EVANSVILLE ,li)l ()I'I'()I{H INIIII % I i J CAN YOU HELP? Call 424-2555 , VOLUNT00ERSARE NEEDED ..Birthright Contest winner Suzann Gelzleichter, daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Mark Gelzleichter of Evansville, was named the winner of the Right to Life "Beautiful Baby Contest" at the West Side Fall Festival. She was awarded a $100 U.S. Savings Bond. Amber Toelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Toelle, was named the second place winner, while Brittnee Bartlett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Bartlett, finished third. There were 87 babies in this year's contest -- the largest turnout ever, according to Beth Slaton, contest chairperson. Proceeds from the fundraiser will help purchase educa- tional materials for Right to Life, she said. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie' Bridgewater celebrated their for- tieth wedding anniversary on Oct. II with a Mass at St. John Church, Loogootee. Mr. Bridgewater and Margaret Spalding were married at St. Martin's Rectory, Whitfield, Oct. 11, 1947. They have two sons, Charles of Loogootee and Vernon of Jasper, a daughter, Theresa Miller of Cannelburg, and 10 grandchildren. Leo and Florence Kissel of Haubstadt were honored with a buffet supper and dance Oct. 17 in celebration of their for- tieth wedding anniversary. The supper was hosted by their children, Kenneth of St. Wendel, Marilyn Kern and Martha Deer, both of Haubstadt, Mary Hirsch and Mildred Vollman, both of Evansville. Mr. Kissel and the former Florence Elpers were married at St. James Church, Gibson County, on Oct. 21, 1974. :  Reardon reflects on series DALTON, Mass. {NC} -- In 1962, Jeff Reardon was a 7-year- old beginning his baseball career as a Little League pitcher in Dalton. Twenty-five years later he is a star relief pitcher for the Min- nesota Twins and played in the 1987 World Series. Reardon, a veteran right- hander, pitched a perfect ninth inning Oct. 25 in the seventh and final game of the series to clinch the Twins' 4-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. Overall, he pitched four and two-thirds innings in the series WHOLESALE CHRISTMAS TREES. Ten or more. Order now. Don Fetter, Ferdinand, Indiana 812-367-2341 with no earned runs and three strikeouts. "It's a dream come true," Reardon said on the eve of the series. "It's the biggest thing that's ever happened to me so far." He made the comments in a telephone interview from Min- nesota with The Catholic Observer, newspaper of the Diocese of Springfield, Mass. Reardon grew up in Dalton, in the western corner of the diocese, close to the Massachusetts-New York state line. He now lives in Minnesota with his wife, Phebe, and their three children. THANKS ST. JUDE AND sacred heart for prayers answered. V.H. FEDERAL, STATE & CIVIL service jobs. $14,707 to $66,819/Year. Now hiringl CALL JOB LINE 1-518-459-3611 Ext. F3717B for info 24 HRS. HIRING! GOVERNMENT JOBS your area. Many immediate openings without waiting list or test. $15,000 $68,000. Call (602) 838-8885 EXT. 4880. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR LOCAL presentations of our lady of peace. Video cassette and all other material available. For information please call 1-800-331.6221 or 312-472-4620. St. James Modjugorje Tours at 3175 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago, III. 60657.