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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana S Pauline (Hull) Derr of Boonville will cele- wedding anniversary with a Mass of at 3 p.m. May 4 at St. Clement Church, 'eception will be held at'4 p.m. at St. Hall. The couple was married May 4, .'ent Church, Vincennes. They are the par- John Derr of Houston, Tex., Patty McAlpin, both of Boonville, Jane Voorhies Barbara Byers of Boonville, and Sharon City. They have 11 grandchildren and Mr. Derr is retired from Derris, Inc. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten ALL WERE THIEVES Gospel for Sunday, April 28, | 996 John lO:l-lO Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Fourth Sunday of Easter, A Cycle, a lesson about the one who leads us. The word clues are left to right in the order in.which they ap- pear in the reading. TRULY ENTER SHEEPFOLD CLIMBS A THIEF SHEPHERD KEEPER OPENS HEAR CALLS HIS OWN BY NAME LEADS BROUGHT OUT A STRANGER FIGURE BEFORE ME THIEVES NOT HEED GO IN PASTURE DESTROY I CAME HAVE LIFE S B M 1 L C E B N H J O P R F I G U R E D I A T P O D B M N U F E S T R P U D B Y D T O T O H U N G O I N N S R T W i L O H J C Y R A E H N E Y T T H A C N P M ! F F O H O J M G A" K E E P E R E U C E F I L E V A H T E T R E T N E L E A D S D L O F P E E H S B Z E O P E N S H E P H E R D (c) | 996 All: Publishing,, ,, Co. i dUbilarians dred (Streicher) Horney of Jasper will wedding anniversary with a Mass at 11 a.m. May 5 at St. Joseph Church, for the immediate family will be held at in Jasper. An Open House for will follow from 2 to 4 p.m. The cou- They were married May 4, 1946, at by Msgr. Leonard Wernsing. They are aur children: Allen of Charleston, Ill., Terre Haute, Mark of Baltimore, and have nine grandchildren. Ml'. Hor- for George P. Wagner Co.; he retired after 21 years. rues . I% r ent Locations HIGHLAND CHAPEL 6300 FIRST AVENUE Golden Jubilarians Othmar and Florentine (Seger) Mathias of Jasper will cel- ebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 6 p.m. May 4 at Precious Blood Church, Jasper. A dinner for family and invited guests will follow. Friends and relatives are invited to an Open House on May 5 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus, Jasper. The couple requests no gifts. They were married May 4, 1946, at St. Raphael Church, Dubois, by Father Clarence Nord. They are the parents of five children: Dennis of Charlotte, N.C.; Larry of Burke, Va.; Paul of Tomball, Tex.; Charlene Sermersheim of Ireland and Irene Persohn of Schnellville They have 11 grandchildren, and one great. granddaughter. Mr. Mathias was employed by Kelly Arm. strong as a sales manager for 25 years, and Mrs. Mathias is semi self-employed as a beautician. 11  : ::i ! ! i I Cndemning viience I Pop e JohnPau] II ap- I victims for anend to the "in. 1 | was no apparent justifica- tion for Israeli shelling in the area. The pope's wards at a Sunday blessing April 21 echoed an earlier Vatican statement that condemned the Israeli bombardment. Remembers Chernobyl Pope John Paul ii com- memorated April 21, the 10th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear acci- dent at Chernobyl, Ukraine and urged experts to make sure it never hapns again. To Cuba A ,00ait by Paul II to Cuba next year is a pos. sibility but not yet aproba bility, the vicar general of the Archdiocese of Havana said in New York. Msgr, Carlos Manuel de Cespedes quoted an official of the Cuban government he de- clided to taame as saying: "The pope will come when he wants to come." However, any specific arrangements! would still depend on the ap- proval of President Fidel Castro, he noted. Parishes to close * After serving Catholics of downtown Wilmington, Del., more than 120 years, Sacred Heart Pariahisto close t hi su m m The Benedictines of St. Mary!s Abbey in Morristown, N,J.  say they can no longer p. 4de the stair orthe Subsidy required for the par/all. * Of six parishes slated to close this summerin the Davenport, Iowa, DioceS five are more than 100 years old --including two pionr parishes dating back to the I840s. Bishop William E, Franklin announced the closings March 28 as part of ! one of the biggest realign, I menta of parishes and clergy | personnel in the history 0fi the southeastern !0we diol OP.te." ' : '  | i Pope,,dvis0v dies