Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 3, 1973 · Page 6
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T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N t · SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1973 Hbe names 30 cardinals; \* "^Sr'.^'-M ( . " " · ' · ' . , , ' ' · · . . - · . . I - . 1 i t ia«njaii( ^ ' . , - . " · · · ' - . ' . · ' ' ' · ' ' , - . : . · · . ' · ' ' . ' · ' , ' tSoare U.S. archbishops ^VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope Paul «VI has announced he is naming 30 new cardinals, including the archbishops of Bpston anrLLos Angeles. The move makes the College of Cardinals the biggest and most iitteflfitional in its 1,000- year history. iThe list contains some long- expected names, including Archbishop Timothy Manning of Los Angeles and Humberto S! Medeiros of Boston, bringing to li:the number of U.S. cardinals. Also appointed was Archbishop'Luis Aponte Marlines of San- Juan, P.R. f The'pdntiff called a con- sistoryJorJMach 5 to present red hats to the new cardinals, who will come from archdioceses^ and dioceses, scattered throughout' the. world.. Their" tSifAion will bring to 145 theSBSHbership of the College of^llBrials, which is the officiaKtotefbr the election of *inBr*" : ;3w* · his -last consistory April,.28, 1969. There now are 41 Italians in the college* but only 31 Bunder 80 and eligible to vote. It \vill be Paul's fourth 7 consistory -- the "youngest" and the most geographically dispersed of them all. The average age of the new cardinals 'In pectore 7 is GO. Only six hold Eoman Curia (church government) appointments. The rest run their own archdioceses or, in the case of .two nominees who are bishops, dioceses. One -key appointment was that : of iMsgr. Boleslaw :Koml- nek, who has been archbishop Identity of 2 named in 1969 kept secret Of 'tfiesef.however, only 116 win belpgSJle to vote because the present pontiff has e- strictetbijelection of his suc- cessor"£B3?«irdinals .under the age of Ig?^, V " Rarelwfiive Italians been so lightly~sljHisented in the college. THe.Pope did, ho' more than rertace the eight Italian cardtaalswwho have, died since VATICAN CITY (UPI) When Pope Paul VI held his last consistory in April 1969 he named 35 new cardinals but he has never disclosed;:who two of them are -- even to the prelates themselves. There was no indication whether the two secret cardinals Dvere' on the list of 30 whom the Pope announced yesterday he, would name to the College of Cardinals in a consistory March 5. It is a prerogative of the pontiff to make such appointments "in pectore" -- in his breast. Pope John XXIII named three cardinals in pec- .tore in 1960, but their names were never made public and the' appointments died with ·him., Ther was speculation at the time of the last consistory that Pope Paul had kept two of his appointments in pectore because the prelates were from Communist countries and would face political problems if their names were made .public. Relations between the .Vatican and East Europe have improved in the last four years . and no longer would block the appointment of cardinals. The name of Boleslaw Kominek- of Wroclaw, Poland, was on the Pope's new list of prospective : cardinals. of Wroclaw, Poland, since last June. He took the job when the Vatican reorganized the old German Diocese of Breslau and recognized the greater part of it as Polish. As a symbol of improving Vatican-Warsaw relations, r he becomes the third:Polish,cardinal: Many of the new cardinals will be the church leaders of the future. The youngest are Msgr. Antonio Ribeiro, the patriarch of Lisbon who is 45. and the Congo's first cardinal, Archbishop Emile Biayenda of Brazzaville, who is 46. The oldest is Archbishop Ferdinando G. Antonelli, the Italian secretary of the Vatican department which examines proposals for sainthood. He is 77. Other new cardinals include: Archbishops Paolo Evaristo of Sao Paolo, Brazil; Raul Francisco Primatesta of Cordoba, Argentina; wfarcelo Gonzales Martin of Toledo, Spain, and Nerciso Gubany Arnau of Barcelona. Also, Archbishops Avelar Brandao Vilela of Sao Salvador da Bahia, Brazil; Ambal Munoz Duque of Bogota, Colombia; Luis Jean Guyot of Toulouse, France; Jose Salazar Lopez of Guadalajara, Mexico. Adalberto Guerrero Mrs. Graciela Revilla Mercedes Guerrero Larry Toledo Educators honor Society Tucson teachers SCHOOL LUNCH MENUS Week of Feb. 5 'Continental Flowing IT* it: Mar»n«_ .Sahuarha Siiiuivsidc Tucson Monday Burritcr Hash Browns Green Bean* Peaches Orange Juice Spaghetti with : Meat Sauce . Hot Roll Butter ' Lettuce with Dressing Carrot Stick Chocolate Cake Beef and Bean Burritos Spanish Rice Tossed Salad Peanut Butter Coffee Cake Apricots Coney Island Hot Dog Potato Chips Buttered Green Beans Apple Crisp Beef Pilaf Buttered Rice Golden Hominy Hot Roll's Butter Hula Cobbler Barbecue on Bun Corn Potato Chips Applesauce Pig-in-a-BIanket 'Chicken Salad Sandwich with Lettuce Potato Chips Buttered Corn Peaches Tuesday Spaghetti with Meat and Cheese Sauce Cole Slaw .._-.. 1 French Bread Butter Applesauce Vegetable Soup Bologna and Cheese Sandwich Potato Chips Pumpkin Pie Weiners on Bun Carrot and Celery Sticks ' Potato Chips Mixed Vegetables Fruit Cocktail Chill Con Carne, with Beans Steamed Rice Tossed Salad Cornbread Butter Applesauce Hot Dogs on Bun Relishes French Fries Peas and Carrots Hawaiian Drop Cookie Creamed Turkey with Peas Whipped Potatoes Jcllo with Fruit Hot Rolls , Butter Chocolate Crunch Sloppy Joe on Bun *Meat Ravioli French Fries Catsup Carrol and Raisin Salad Chocolate Cake Wednesday Hamburger on Bun Spinach Chips Squeezie . Taco with Lettuce Frijoles Bread and Butter Apricots . Oven Fried Chicken French Fried Potatoes Cole Slaw · Roll and Butter Jello with Bananas Cheese Pizza Buttered Peas Tossed/Salad ' ' Cookies Qven Fried: Chickeiv Giblet Gravy Mashed Potatoes Buttered Peas Hot Rolls Butter Apricots Tostadas Lettuce and Cheese Green Chili Rice Mexicorn Chocolate Cake Tamales Cowboy Beans Tossed Salad Glazed Fruit Roll Taco "Manager's Choice Cherry jello Cubes Cottage Cheese Cinnamon Apples Thursday Enchiladas' Lettuce and Cheese Buttered Peas Vegetable Stick Lemon Cobbler Hamburger on Bun Vegetable Soup Cole Slaw Apple Crisp Sloppy Joe on Bun French Fries Catsup Carrot and .Celery Sticks Oatmeal Cookies Fruit Italian Delight Tossed Salad French 'Bread ' Butter Mixed Fruit Raisin Bar Cookie Hamburger on Bun Hash Browns Mixed Vegetable's Banana Meat Balls in Gravy 'Creamed Turkey- Whipped Potatoes Hot Roll, butter Buttered Beets Orange Friday Grilled Cheese Sandwich Soup . TriTaters. Cookie ; Fruit Fish Burger on Bun Tartar Sauce Hash Brown Broccoli Cinnamon Roll Applesauce Fried Chicken Dinner Tostadas with Refribd Beans Lettuce, Tomatoes and Cheese Buttered Mexican Corn Chocolate Cake Peaches· Tuna Shdrtcakc Glazed Carrots Hot Biscuits Butter Cherry Pudding Seaburgcr Tartar Sauce Potatoes Cole Slaw Squeeze Cheese Enchilada with Lettuce and Sauce *Bccf Patty on Bun Cubed Lime jello Pineapple Butterscotch Brownie ' Alternate choice for District ~ 1 High School students only Milk served with each meal Five Tucson teachers were named outstanding Arizona educators today at a Western Regional Chicano Educators Conference in Phoenix. The five, selected by statewide Mexican-American groups, include Mercedes Guerrero, bilingual-bicultural program member at Mission View Elementary School; Robert M. Ortiz, cross-country coach at Tucson High School, and Larry Toledo, Pima Com- inurucy College athletic director. Others are Adalberto Guer- rero, dean of Mexican-American students at the University of Arizona, and Mrs. Graciela Revilla, adult basic education instructor who teaches English as a second language. They were among nine persons chosen by the Arizona Association of MexicanrAmeri- .can Educators and its Tucson branch. At the start of the two-day conclave, John Rodriguez, school superintendent consultant in Washington D.C, addressed the group. store will aid animals The Humane Society of Tucson Inc. has opened a used-article store to support local programs carried on here since 1944, according to Mrs. John Leasing, president. The store, the Humane Society's Atticque, at 3250 N. Country Club Road features used clothing, household goods, yard furniture and equipment, Mrs. Leasing said. Tucson physicians honored Hugh C. Thompson III and Three Tucson physicians have beenonducted as fellows of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. They are: Drs. Charles P. Fina, Larry I Mann. 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