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4 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana IIIII I I II Depressed? Suicidal? Feeling Hopeless? - THE HELP LINE 1-800-852-7279 We offer FREE, confidential assessments and help! BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER MEMORIAL ,. HOSPITAL H()() .,',s! t. llll SII,''I & .|;tst,C'l; Ill,li;In;I & N|2/IH'.-2.'.i. r, THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Tell City, IN Proud to be the printer for The Message RUNNING for the VOTE FIRESTONE SERVICE Evansville, I! N.AT I VI T Y Ho h day Craft Fair DOZENS OF AREA CRAFTSMEN Saturday & Sunday November 5th & 6th, 1994 9:00 am - 5:00pm C S. T. Nativity Sweet Shop Soup & Sandwiches available Saturday Turkey Dinner Sunday 11:00-2:00 Adults $5.50 Children $2.50 (under 10) Nativity Catholic Church 3635 Pollack-Evansville COUNTY COUNCI * COMMITMENT "Giving control of government and its financial responsibilities back to the people." . COMMUNICATION "To open lines of communication between county and city governing bodies where your money is concerned; providing a public forum for dialogue through 'town hall' type meetings." * RESPONSIBILITY '1 want to act in the public trust as a 'watchdog,' to review and respond to taxes and how your money is spent for Vanderburgh County." PERSONAL -- Married, with two children -- Member of St. Ben's Church -- Member of Knights of Columbus -- Taught Project Business (with Junior Achievement) two years at St. Theresa. Member of the Christian Family Movement. ACTION Bring industry and jobs to the 3rd District. Support Crime Watches and Neighborhood Associations. Form a Community Action Committee against crime. Support private sector youth athletic programs in the 3rd District. Advocate that the County do more for the community for less money by grouping purchases, reducing maintenance cost by operating more efficient equipment, and supporting more private sector involvement in community services. Paid for by Committee to Elect Joe Kiefer, John Lamb, Treasurer. OF THE PEOPLI FOR THE BY THE PUNCH i: ,I A Name You Know .... A Name You Can Trust I have dedicated my career to representing victims of violent crime. This type of experience is needed in our judiciary to ensure that Evan and victims are treated fairly in the criminal justice system. My family and I would appreciate your support. Brett Paid for by CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR JUSTICE. D Faughn, Treasurer