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5 December 8, 1989 The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 1 Remember these faithful departed in your prayers Margaret Backes, 61 Evansville, Nov. 6. Lucille Bates, 73, St. Joseph, Jasper, Nov. 19. Frieda Baunach, 95, St. Joseph, Jasper, Nov. 6. Mary Louise Beghtel, St. John, Daylight, Nov. 14. Helena 'Lucille' Brodie, 80, St. Mary, Sullivan, Nov. 10. Judith Brosmer, 48, Holy Family, Jasper, Nov. 3. Bernard Bullock, 78, St. Mary, Washington, Nov. 2. Luella Claycomb, 62, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Nov. 26. Annabelle Cobb, 73, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Nov. 18. Ann Crow, 60, St. Clement, Boonville, Nov. 13. , Washington Continued from page 4 "I leave it on the conscience of the president," said Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin, a Democrat, after Congress' acquiescence. "We will be back next year, to right this egregious wrong." Archbishop John L. May of St. Louis, then president of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, hailed Bush's decision to veto such legislation. "What is really at issue," according to the archbishop, is that "pro- abortion groups will not rest easy until they have forced pro- life Americans to support their agenda by subsidizing the violence of abortion." Bush accepts use of abortion in cases of threat to the life of the mother, or in rape and in- cest cases-. However, he does not believe the government , Gevena Crow, 85, St. Boniface, Evansville, Nov. 23. Alice Marie Deciker, 87, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Nov. 21. Noble Dixon, 61, S{. John, Vincennes, Nov. 2. Helen Dosch, 74, St. Simon, Washington, Nov. 3. Elizabeth Duesterberg, Old Cathedral, Vincennes. Ions Embree, 94, St. Joseph, Princeton, Nov. 19. Catherine Fechtmeister, 85, St. Boniface, Evansville, Nov. 26. Walter Fields, 81, St. Mary, Washington, Nov. 11. Leone Fuchs, 60, St. Joseph, Dale, Nov. 2. Lucille Funke, 80, St. Benedict, Evansville, Nov. 7. should pay for rape or incest abortions. "Since 1981, the federal government has determined _ I think wisely -- that taxpayer funds should be used for abor- tion in only the most narrow of circumstances: where the life of the mother is endangered," he wrote in an Oct. 17 letter to Sen. Robert Byrd, D-W.Va. A copy of the letter was provided to Catholic News Service by the White House. "If abortion funding were ex- panded to include other cir- cumstances," Bush wrote, "it would be difficult to limit to the few cases of actual rape or in- cest and could have the unintended consequence of allowing the taking of countless other lives of unborn children." "Where customers send their friends!" tT__ - Open nightly til 9 p.m. OrD US 231 SOUTH - JASPER, IN - 482-2222 t Hers, ]arns garages commercial CUSTOM MADE TO YOUR SPECS. plus trusses and POLE BARN METAL Premium grade 20 yr. No. 1 White $43.95 sq. SECONDARY METAL CHEAP Reg. White $38.95 sq. No. 2 $34.95 sq. to $19.95 sq. Corr galv. and 5v also in stock. OVERHEAD DOORS LOW PRICES 9 x 7 insulated $196.00 Hundreds in stock. TRUSSES Fast service - excellent prices POLE BLDG. PACKAGES 24x24x8 -$1,995 24x30x8 - $2,995 30x40x9 - $2,995 40xGOx12 - $5,795 Above building includes doors and all trim "'no skimping" CALL FOR EXACT SPECS. & PRICING ON ERECTING FINANCING AVAILABLE I' k ,,\\;'x, IJ MIN(I I 1 ,,\\;NI ( )[ I, Daviess County Metal Hwy..50 E. Cannelburg 4 Miles E. Montgomery 812-295-4299 Raymond Gehlhausen, 83, St. Mary, Evansville, Nov. 5. Linda Gerlach, 92, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Nov. 8. Albert Glisson, 84, St. Joseph, Evansville, Nov. 5. Robert Hassler, 66, Corpus Christi, Evansville, Nov. 24. Elvera Hillenbrand, 67, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County, Nov. 25. Loretta Jacob, 73, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, Nov. 18. Charles Jenkins, 65, Evansville. James Keller, 68, St. Rupert, Red Brush, Nov. 17. Hilbert Klee, 90, St. Joseph, Jasper, Nov. 25. Cleo 'Dode' Kotter, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Nov. 9. Marvin 'Joe' Lamey II, 63, St. John the Baptist, Newburgh, Nov. 7. Frank Later, 85, St. Thomas, Knox County, Nov. 8. Danny Leighty, 34, St. Simon, Washington, Nov. 19. Bruce Leinenbach, 39, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, Nov. 12. Irene Ludwig, 89, St. Joseph, Jasper, Nov. 4. Lambert Marlin, 76, St. An- thony, Evansville, Nov. 24. Veronica Martin, 86, St. James, St. James, Nov. 26. Elmer Matheis, 71, St. Joseph, Jasper, Nov. 14. John McCarthy Jr., 60, Blessed Sacrament, Oakland City. Laura Melchior, 95, St. Joseph, Jasper, Nov. 2. Elmer Meyer, 62, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Nov. 23. Louis Meyer, 89, St. Martin, Chrisney, Nov. 15. Olive Meyer, 85, St. Martin, Chrisney, Nov. 19. Joseph Mongin Jr., 47, St. An- thony, Evansville, Nov. 13. Elvis Morton, 89, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Nov. 21. Irene Morton, 90, St. John, Vincennes, Nov. 24. George Sunning, 45, St. Agnes, Evansville, Nov. 21. Sarah Elva Padgett, St. Simon, Washington, Nov. 21. Jonathan Prohaska, 17, St. Mary. Ireland, Nov. 23. Jesse Robinson, 65, Christ the King, Evansville, Nov. 17. Hilda Schauman, 88, St. An- thony, Evansville. Clara Schulz, 74, St. Celestine, Celestine, Nov. 29. Jonathan Shea, infant, Evansville, Nov. 22. Lawrence Striegel Jr., 44, St. Joseph, Jasper, Nov. 5. Regina Tornatta, 61, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Nov. 2. Lee Roy Uebelhor, 70, St. Henry, St. Henry, Nov. 30. Marcadis Vonderheide, 66, Holy Family, Jasper, Nov. 14. Carl Waninger, 65, St. Boniface, Fulda, Nov. 12. Olivia Wimberly, 75, St. Agnes, Evansville, Nov. 6. Joan Yowell, 61, St. Matthew, Mount Vernon, Nov. 24. Pope prayed for Malta success VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope John Paul II told President George Bush that he prayed for the "successful outcome" of Bush's Dec. 2-3 summit meeting with Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev. In a telegram to Bush, the pope said he hoped the meeting would strengthen cooperation between "the two nations which bear such great respon- sibility for peace in the world." The text of the telegram was released by the Vatican Dec. 2 as Bush and Gorbachev began their meeting off the coast of Malta. Pope John Paul said he hoped that "in a spirit of respect for the sovereignty" of the United States and the Soviet Union, the meeting "will also favor the search for those just and peaceful solutions to which they have a right." The pope expressed similar wishes in person to Gorbachev when the Soviet president wa The Message cannot be held liable, or in any way responsible for the content of any advertisement (display or classified) appearing within these pages. All claims, offers, guarantees and statements made in advertisements are solely the responsibility of the adver- tisers. Deceptive or misleading advertising is never knowingly accepted. t i,i J .l, at the Vatican Dec. 1. Pope John Paul told Gor- bachev he prayed "that the forthcgming talks may lead to a new understanding, one based upon a careful heeding of the needs and aspirations of peoples." The Buh-Gorbachev summit produced promises to work for completion of major arms con- trol treaties in 1990, hold another summit in the United States in June, extend Western trade and investment in the Soviet economy and give the new democracy movements in Eastern Europe room to develop. Politics may replace arms issues WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Political 'relations between the superpowers will begin to take precedence over arms control issues as a result of the recent U.S.-Soviet summit in Malta, said the priest who was the U.S. bishops' chief consultant for their 1983 pastoral letter on war and peace. The priest, Father J. Bryan Hehir, now U.S. Catholic Con- ference counselor for social policy, told Catholic News Ser- vice Dec. 5 that the Dec. 2-3 meeting between President Bush and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev marked a shift from a belief held for the m past 20-25 years that "there was little chance of political pro- gress between the super- powers." 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