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November 11, 1988 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ! t.J - I Remember these faithful departed in your prayers Bertha Adams, 80, St. Theresa, Evansville, Oct. 19. Kathleen D. Alexander, St. John the Baptist, Vincennes, Oct. 20. Robert A. Beckwith, 57, Nativity, Evansville, Oct. 31. Albert H. Berendes, 84, Resur- rection, Evansville, Oct. 2. Ferdinand H. Boeckman, 76, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Oct. 19. Edward P. Brockman, 78, St. Joseph, Jasper, Oct. 31. Stephen E. Brothers, 25, St. Philip, St. Philip, Oct. 27. John Buechler, 58, St. An- thony, St. Anthony, Oct. 29. Gertrude M. Burch, St. Martin, Whitfield, Oct. 31. James "Turk" Carrico Jr., 53, St.'John, Loogootee, Oct. 16. Walter D. Curtis, 68, St. Mat- thew, Mt. Vernon, Oct. 19. Gertrude M. Dilger, 80, St. Joseph, Dale, Oct. 21. Richard F. Dilger, 77, St. Joseph, Dale, Oct. 8. Josef Fehrenbacher, 51, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County, Sept. 30. John G. Fiedler, 86, St. Mat- thew, Mt. Vernon, Oct. 4. Veronica Geiger, 77, St. Joseph, Jasper, Oct. 12. Bernard A. Gilles, 68, St.' An- thony, Evansville, Oct. 28. Irene M. Goelzhauser, 79, St. Benedict, Evansville, Oct. 1. Albert F. Goeppner, 71, St. Mary, Ireland, Oct. 21. Hubert J. Gogel, 84, Mary, Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, Oct. 4. Anna M. Grant, 93, St. An- thony, Evansville, Oct. 4. ml o CHURCH WINDOW RESTORATION & STORM GLASS WINDOWS AND TIFFANY-STYLE SHADES DESIGNED, FABRICATED & REPAIRED 1220 FIRST AVENUE , EVANSVILLE E .7710 TIMOTHY L DASSEL ' PRESIDENT PHONE: 425-8658 AREA CODE: 812 _ Funeral Homes - , [ Four Convenient Locations ZIEMER-SHEAF; EAST CHAPEL 800 S, HEBRON AVL Fred E. Griese, 84, St. Benedict, Evansville, Oct. 8. Lena Adele Guthrie, 79, Boon- ville, Oct. 20. Eileen Hanes, 62, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Oct. 25. Richard M. Head, 50, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Oct. 10. Edward Helming, 93, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, Oct. 14. Verona Hostetter, 80, St. Joseph, Jasper, Sept. 14. Gilbert Lee Jochem Sr., 62, St. Theresa, Evansville, Oct. 22. Michael Anthony Killion, 5 months St. Simon, Washington, Oct. 12. Vernell C. Kirsch, 67, Newburgh, Oct. 27. Benjamin M. Kost, 80, St. Mat- thew, Mt. Vernon, Oct. 19. Cornelius V. Krack, 84, St. Boniface, Evansville, Oct. 29. Mary Leola Lannan, 89, St. John, Loogootee, Oct. 6. Sister Adelina Lauber, S.P., 87, St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Oct. 13. Estelle A. Lindenschmidt, 85, St. Anthony, Evansville, Oct. 6. John S, MacCauley Sr., 71, St. Washington Continued from page 4 failed because the drug might cause birth defects. Without the pro- gesterone,"the baby starves to death, withers on the vine, dies and drops off," Willke said, ad- ding that the mother has cramps, bleeding and in most cases an abortion. He said all reports on the drug's effects speak of severe cramping, nausea, vomiting and bleeding, sometimes lasting 30 days. Willke added that a "certain probability" of the drug's use will be fetal defects if the un- DEWIG BROS. PACKING CO. FRESH MEAT BEEF AND PORK I-I 11.1' VA "1"11) HAUBSTADT, INDIANA T"MESSAGE CLASSIFIEDS 5 word (There will be a $3.00 mrimL m charge on all clas lied a'vertsing) Only 1 per ! Print your ad on this form. One word, symbol, or abbreviation per blank. Phone number counts as one word. Clip and mail to out office with payment. No Phone orders; No billing. Copy deadline is nine days preceding the Friday date of issue (a Wednesday) 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 29 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 N()VUNAS of your ad is.the dollar amount that below the final word ($3.00 minimum) PHONE ORDERS--NO BILLING The Message Classifieds 4200 N. Kentucky Ave. * P.O. Box 4169 Evansville, IN 47711 * (812) 424-5536 Benedict, Evansville, Oct. 26. Mary E. Madison, 90, St. Joseph, Evansville, Oct. 6. James E. Marshall, 61, Holy Cross, Ft. Branch, Oct. 10. Robert Joseph Martin, 71, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Oct. 14. Louis M. McEllhiney, 74, St. Joseph, Princeton, Oct. 5. Charles Elmo Michaels, 76, Loogootee, Oct. 27. Hermina M. Mudd, 85, St. Benedict, Evansville, Oct. 11. Helen (Yellig) Neale, 76, St. Theresa, Evansville, Oct. 13. Irene O'Bryan, 85, Evansville, Oct. 25. Bernadine M. Osban, 77, St. Matthew, Mt. Vernon, Oct. 2. Edith Irene Pace, 73, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Oct. 14. Anna Pongonis, 89, St. Mary, Sullivan, Sept. 30. Mary "Betty" Reising, 78, St. Francis Xavier, Poseyville, Oct. 14. Katherine Reynolds, 82, St. Anthony, Evansville, Oct. 10. John A. Ritchie, 56, St. Joseph, Princeton, Oct. 11. Father C|etus Schroering, 67, Shiga-Ken, Japan, Oct. 6. John U. Seger, 64, Sacred Heart, Schnellville, Oct. 29. Matilda L. Simon, 93, St. An- thony, Evansville, Oct. 4. Bettye J. Snellen, 62, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Oct. 16. Rheta Gay Sutton, 54, St. Mai'y, Evansville, Oct. 12. Albert A, Verkamp, 77, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Oct. 13. Marie A. Wade, 93, Christ the King, Evansville, Oct. 20. Alvera E. Walker, 79, St. Theresa, Evansville, Oct. 22. Catherine Corriean Waltz, 74, St. Simon, Washington, Oct. 20. Raymond A. Well, 75, Evansville, Oct. 30. Barbara R. West, 70, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Oct. 11. Anna Bell Wey, 9'; Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Oct. 23. Lois (Taylor) White, 71, St. Joseph, Evansville, Oct. 30. Esther K. Wittmer, 80, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Oct. 22. Catherine H. Wuetcher, 81, St. Mary, Huntinghurg, Oct. 7. born child is not aborted. "While we can't prove that these long-term problems definitely will happen, the drug maker cannot prove that they will not," Willke said. "In the presence of such a potential chemical time bomb it is ex- tremely dangerous to proceed to general marketing of the drug." Dr. Micheline Mathews-Roth, associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and a pro-life advocate, said that "to take any pill that interferes with normal physiology is bad medicine." If married couples want to "t" fertility, "they should use natural family planning," said Ms. Mathews-Roth, adding that she and her husband have used it effectively. She has one child. The National Right to Life Committee has said it may launch a worldwide boycott of the products of Roussel-Uclaf and its West German parent company, Hoescht Phar- maceuticals. U.S. pharmaceutical com- panies have indicated reluc- tance to put such drugs on the market because of worries about profits and potential lawsuits for problems arising flom the products. M ers U Message classified ad,00 HIRING[ GOVERNMENT jobs -- your area. Many immediate openings without waiting list or test. $f 7,840-$69485. Call (602) 838-8885. EXT. 4880. I:()R SA l.i:i HAVE A REAL TREE MERRY CHRISTMAS. Choose now and cut later. Ubelhor Christmas Trees, 8000 West No. 6 School Road, Evansville, Indiana. FOR SALE. HAND MADE double bed size cathedral window quilt. Can furnish photo upon request. 812-482-3438. 1978 OLDS 98 LOADED, great shape, must See to believe. $2,800.00. 985-5665. THANK YOU ST. JUDE Sacred Heart of Jesus for favors granted. St. Jude pray for us. M.A.H. 1 OH, HOLY ST. JUDE, Apostle ,., Martyr, great in virtue, rich in miracles, near kinsman of Jesus Christ. Faithful intercessor for all who invoke your special patronage in time of need. To you I have recourse from the depth of my heart & humbly beg to who God has given such great power to come to my assistance. Help me in my present & urgent petition. In return, I promise to make your name known & cause you to be invoked. Say three Our Father's, three Hail Mary's & three Glory Be's for nine consecutive days. Publication must be promised. St. Jude, pray for us all who invoke your aid. This novena has never been known to fail. M.R. 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